All gymnasts 12 years old and older, coaches and judges who are taking part in IFAGG international events (A- and B-category) must have a valid license for the ongoing competition year. This means that the licenses must be applied and paid yearly.
By the decision of IFAGGs President gymnasts, under 12 years old will not need licenses from this year 2023 on. Gymnasts who are born 2011 or earlier will need licenses for season 2023.
License fees 2023
Senior gymnasts 25 EUR / gymnast
Junior gymnasts 15 EUR / gymnast
Children 12 years old and older (born in 2011 or earlier) gymnasts 5 EUR / gymnast
International judges 50 EUR / judge
International coaches 5 EUR / coach
The licenses have to be paid to IFAGG by the IFAGG member before the gymnast(s) / judge(s) participate in their first international competition (A- and B-category competitions) during the year.
Information about changing the team can be found here
Regarding team / license changes, please contact IFAGG office (email@example.com
). By request, the office will send a list of all registered gymnasts (per country) to the official member representative. You can make all team and / or license changes into that excel sheet in red colour and the office will make the corrections into the register system and send the invoice.
IFAGG will open the licenses for the season 2023 from 6.3.2023. More information about purchasing licenses will be provided closer to the opening of the licenses.
EUSA student competitions are held in the student category: gymnasts 17 years and older (maximum 25 years).
The first AGG World Championship was held in Helsinki (Finland) in 2000. The first World Champion became the team "Campuksen Koonto" (Finland).
Team "Minetit" (Finland) - The World Champion in AGG in 2015, 2017, 2021.