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Amicale Office and Committee

  • President : Denis HUBER
  • Co-President: Nathalie VERNEAU
  • Vice-President : Sabrina WITTMANN
  • Treasurer : Catherine GUERRERO
  • Executive Secretary : Renée MORITZ
  • Elected Members : Keltoum BELAID, Anne GAREL, Janis SYMONS

Secretariat

AGORA - Bureau A1.09V

Office closed from lundi 20/11 et mardi 21/11

Time: 9 am - 3 pm

Tél.: 03.90.21.54.95

amicale@coe.int

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Tennis

The Tennis Section is one of the oldest sections of the ASCE.

The Tennis Section does not have its own sports facilities so most of its members play at the TCS (Tennis Club de Strasbourg) which is near the Council of Europe, in the Wacken, next to the swimming pool and the European Youth Centre. See the attached document for more details.

The Section has a number of tennis teams which represent the Council of Europe in the “Tennis entreprise” championships for the Bas-Rhin ...

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Tennis - Call for membership fees - 2017/2018 season

Tennis - Call for membership fees - 2017/2018 season

Written written the 11/10/2017

Dear current and future members of the Tennis Section

It's time to pick up your rackets, renew your licences and/or become a member, the 2017/2018 tennis season has just begun!

The Tennis Club de Strasbourg (TCS) proposes a special rate for staff members of the Council of Europe, of the Permanent Representations, of the local antenna of the European Parliament and for the Judges of the European Court of Human Rights, as well as their partners.

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Les membres de l'Amicale ont désormais accès à un terrain de padel

Les membres de l'Amicale ont désormais accès à un terrain de padel

Written written the 09/05/2017

Après le squash et le tennis, le TCS s’ouvre à un nouveau sport de raquette et accueille désormais en son seing 2 terrains de padel !
Pour la petite histoire, le Padel est un sport né et développé en Espagne depuis les années 70 qui est pratiqué dans son pays d’origine par près de 3 millions de joueurs et joueuses, plus que le tennis. Son côté plus ludique et accessible que le tennis en fait un succès partout où il s’installe. Le Padel se joue obligatoirement en double sur un
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