European Muaythai Federation

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2015-12-23 04:28:07
The Netherland Muaythai Federation has taken the celebration of the holidays to the next level bringing the holiday atmosphere to the GYMs of the federation. more »
2015-12-21 10:47:34
European and World Champion, World Combat Games gold medalist, Ukrainian muaythai athlete Igor Liubchenko has been distinguished by the honourable Olympic award Triumph of the Year.

The President of the National Olympic Committee of Ukraine and IOC Executive Board Member, Serhiy Bubka has given Igor this award marking high achievements of the athlete, as well as Ukrainian and European muaythai as a whole. more »
2015-12-18 11:31:48
Education is the key for success in the and outside the ring. After the successful EMF Antalya Cup, the Turkish Muaythai Federation decided to continue its development and invited the IFMA Secretary General to make a seminar for referees and coaches for 2016 Annual Coaches and Referees Development & Visa Seminar to let them have an insight into both pillars of muaythai theory and all the features of muaythai practice. more »
2015-12-17 12:33:30
Last week the city of Vilnus was rocked by the masters of various martial arts visiting the Lithuanian capital for the martial arts festival – “Kovos menų festivalis”, where muaythai was shining as usually represented by the Lithuanian Muaythai Federation and the Titanas gym.
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2015-12-16 07:11:03
World Muaythai Championships 2016 to be held in the city of Jonkoping has gained another strong partner personified by the local hockey club HV71 which plays in the highest hockey division in Sweden with home ground being the Kinnarps arena, same venue which will welcome thousands of guests for the World Muaythai Championship in May next year. more »
2015-12-15 11:54:35
EMF and IFMA put athletes to be the highest priority trying becoming for many a true family which sees many of its athletes grow and become true athletes, women and men, and outstanding citizens of their country proudly carrying their flag at all EMF and IFMA international events. more »
2015-12-14 06:50:31
Putting athletes in the center of the daily operation EMF under IFMA gives special attention to education of the athletes from the grassroots, and at all the levels of their career.

It is one of the EMF cornerstones to raise athletes’ awareness of sporting excellence and ethics, fair play, honesty and dedication. Teaching young athletes the art and techniques of muaythai is equally important as giving them the universal principles of Olympism in EMF. more »
2015-12-12 06:55:10

Swedish Muaythai Federation has made a muaythai workshop on the streets of the city of Varberg which has aroused a great interest from all the people who have happened to be close to the action. The workshop has turned passersby into a spectators of the demonstration of muaythai techniques, wai kru, cultural elements, and principles of keeping one’s body and mind sound. more »
2015-12-06 09:26:10

The World Muaythai Council, the sole governing body for the professional muaythai which is under the patronage of His Majesty the King of Thailand has organised an traditional event dedicated to the 88th birthday of His Majesty inviting muaythai athletes from all around the world. more »
2015-12-02 17:39:51

26-29 December the motherland of Ukrainian muaythai, the city Odessa has hosted a following edition of the Ukrainian Cup where 16 teams from 10 Ukrainian regions with around 100 athletes have come to be part of festival of sport, friendship and excellence of the sport beloved so much in Ukraine.

Ukraine and the city of Odessa was the pioneer of European muaythai holding the first European Championship trailing the way for Italy, Portugal, Turkey and last year Poland which held an outstanding event culminating in a grand finals at the full 23,000 seater in the city of Krakow. more »
European Muaythai Federation is a representative democracy, comprised of 53 national muaythai associations, and is itself recognised by IFMA as one of six continental federations. The organisation of the administration of muaythai is based on a pyramid system of regulations, with IFMA the world governing body, EMF the European governing body and national muaythai associations the governing bodies at domestic level. Subsidiarity should be a guiding principle in this hierarchy of regulations, with international bodies regulating only where international, or in some cases, worldwide action is required. EMF has therefore the following vision of success: "A united European muaythai family working together to improve enjoyment of the game"