Sport is passion, dedication, fair play, and is a key resource to ensure social inclusion and for communities.
For this reason, Lottomatica supports numerous sports associations and federations, with the aim of promoting a culture based on healthy and genuine values such as those conveyed by sport.
Federazione Italiana Judo Lotta Karate Arti Marziali
The Italian Federation of Judo Fight Karate Martial Arts (Federazione Italiana Judo Lotta Karate Arti Marziali, FIJLKAM) was founded in 1902 as the Italian Athletic Federation, an organization aimed at regulating the sports of Greco-Roman wrestling and weight lifting. The quality of the work carried out by the Federation in over a century of activity is certified by the results achieved during major international sporting events.
Since its constitution, FIJLKAM has won more than 1,200 individual medals in the most important international competitions and more than 100 team medals, totalling more than 1,300 medals.
Federazione Ginnastica d'Italia
The Italian Gymnastics Federation (FGI), founded in 1869 and erected to a Moral Entity in 1896, is the eldest federation recognized by CONI and the IOC.
Affiliated with the relevant international bodies such as the International Gymnastics Federation and European Gymnastics, FGI carries out its activities in the four Olympic disciplines of Men's Artistic Gymnastics, Women's Artistic Gymnastics, Rhythmic Gymnastics and Trampolining. Federginnastica also provides for Aerobics, Gymnastics for All and Health and Fitness sections.
FGI can boast 32 five-ring medals (including 14 golden medals) and 96 world medals in its palmares, divided between 56 in the large apparatus M/F and 40 in the small, individual and team. It currently has more than 100,000 members and more than 1,300 affiliated clubs spread throughout the country, as well as 20 regional committees.
ASD Warriors Viadana
The Warriors Viadana WH Amateur Sports Association was established on 20 September 2014 with the aim of promoting sport, in particular Wheelchair Hockey, for disabled children suffering from neuromuscular pathologies.
After a year of training and promotion to bring boys and girls closer to this discipline, the Warriors signed up in the national championship of Serie A2 for the season 2015/2016, winning eleven games out of eleven and arriving just a year later in Serie A1 where they are still militating.