SS Lazio Nuoto
The Società Sportiva Lazio is the oldest and largest multisport society in Italy, founded in Rome on January 9th 1900, with currently 57 sections and associated activities and close to 70 different sport disciplines. In its 113 years of history the Società Sportiva Lazio, recognized as “Ente Morale” (Moral Agency) in 1921 “as an example of rectitude for the Youth” and decorated with the “Golden star” (1967) and “Golden collar” (2002) for sport merits, has achieved a very significant palmares: 9 gold Olympic medals, more than 500 international and national titles and more than 1000 at youth level.
SD Crvena Zvezda
Sportsko društvo Crvena zvezda, commonly abbreviated as SD Crvena zvezda, is a multisport club from Belgrade, Serbia. SD Crvena zvezda's clubs have won more than 600 trophies. SD Crvena zvezda is the most successful sports society in Serbia, and one of the four most successful sports societies in the world.
Olympiacos C.F.P. was founded in 1925. The Club’s aim, as stated in the statutes, is the systematic cultivation and development of its athletes’ possibilities for participation in athletic competitions, the spreading of the athletic ideal and the promotion of sportsmanship and fanship among the youth according to egalitarian principles and stressing a healthy, ethical and social basis for this.
Levski Sport For All
Levski Sport For All is a sports club from Sofia, Bulgaria, founded in 1914. The club is named after Vasil Levski, the national hero of Bulgaria. Its football team, PFC Levski Sofia, is its most popular sports branch. Other important branches are BC Levski Sofia, the basketball team, and VC Levski Sofia, the volleyball team. The club develops 30 types of sport. Levski Sofia is the only Bulgarian club, and one of few in Europe to have won the European Champions' Cup in three different team sports – basketball, volleyball and athletics