|Secretary General||Đorđe Višacki|
The Olympic Committee of Serbia (Serbian : Олимпијски комитет Србије / Olimpijski komitet Srbije) is the National Olympic Committee representing Serbia. It organizes the country's representatives at the Olympic Games and other multisport events.
Members of the committee are 47 sports federations, which elect the Executive Council composed of the president and seventeen members.
Serbian Olympic Club (Serbian : Српски олимпијски клуб / Srpski olimpijski klub) was established on February 23, 1910. Major Svetomir Đukić is considered the founder of the Olympic movement in Serbia. In 1912 the Serbian Olympic Club has changed its name to the Olympic Committee of Serbia and that year it was recognized by the IOC. After Creation of Yugoslavia, Yugoslav Olympic Committee (Југословенски олимпијски комитет / Jugoslovenski olimpijski komitet) as created in Zagreb, Croatia in 1919, before moving to Belgrade in 1927. It was recognized by IOC in 1920. After renaming the country FR Yugoslavia to Serbia and Montenegro, it changed its name to the Olympic Committee of Serbia and Montenegro (Олимпијски комитет Србије и Црне Горе / Olimpijski komitet Srbije i Crne Gore). In 2006 Serbia became an independent country after Montenegrin independence referendum, and Olympic Committee of Serbia returns to its original name. Belgrade, the capital of Serbia and Yugoslavia was two times submitted bids to host the Summer Olympic Games. They wanted to organize the 1992 Summer Olympics and 1996 Summer Olympics.
The 2017-2020 committee of the OCS is represented by:
The Serbian National Federations are the organizations that coordinate all aspects of their individual sports. They are responsible for training, competition and development of their sports. There are currently 35 Olympic Summer and 7 Winter Sport Federations and five another Sports Federations in Serbia.
|National Federation||Summer or Winter||Headquarters|
|Archery Association of Serbia||Summer||Belgrade|
|Athletics Federation of Serbia||Summer||Belgrade|
|Badminton Association of Serbia||Summer||Belgrade|
|Baseball Federation of Serbia||Summer||Belgrade|
|Basketball Federation of Serbia||Summer||Belgrade|
|Biathlon Union of Serbia||Winter||Belgrade|
|Serbian Bob & Skeleton Association||Winter||Belgrade|
|Serbian Boxing Federation||Summer||Belgrade|
|Serbian Canoe Federation||Summer||Belgrade|
|Sport Climbing Federation of Serbia||Summer||Belgrade|
|Clay Target Shooting Federation of Serbia||Summer||Belgrade|
|National Curling Association of Serbia||Winter||Belgrade|
|Cycling Federation of Serbia||Summer||Belgrade|
|Serbian Diving Association||Summer||Belgrade|
|Federation for Equestrian Sport of Serbia||Summer||Belgrade|
|Fencing Federation of Serbia||Summer||Belgrade|
|Football Association of Serbia||Summer||Belgrade|
|Golf Association of Serbia||Summer||Belgrade|
|Gymnastics Federation of Serbia||Summer||Belgrade|
|Handball Federation of Serbia||Summer||Belgrade|
|Serbian Hockey Association||Summer||Belgrade|
|Serbian Ice Hockey Association||Winter||Belgrade|
|Judo Federation of Serbia||Summer||Belgrade|
|Karate Federation of Serbia||Summer||Belgrade|
|Serbian Luge Association||Winter||Belgrade|
|Serbian Rowing Federation||Summer||Belgrade|
|Rugby Union of Serbia||Summer||Belgrade|
|Serbian Sailing Association||Summer||Belgrade|
|Serbian Shooting Sport Federation||Summer||Belgrade|
|Serbian Skating Association||Winter||Belgrade|
|Ski Association of Serbia||Winter||Belgrade|
|Softball Federation of Serbia||Summer||Belgrade|
|Serbian Swimming Federation||Summer||Belgrade|
|Synchronized Swimming Federation of Serbia||Summer||Belgrade|
|Table Tennis Association of Serbia||Summer||Belgrade|
|Serbian Taekwondo Association||Summer||Belgrade|
|Tennis Federation of Serbia||Summer||Belgrade|
|Serbian Triathlon Union||Summer||Belgrade|
|Volleyball Federation of Serbia||Summer||Belgrade|
|Serbia Water Polo Federation||Summer||Belgrade|
|Serbian Weightlifting Federation||Summer||Belgrade|
|Wrestling Federation of Serbia||Summer||Belgrade|
|Coaches Association of Serbia||Belgrade|
|Olympians Association of Serbia||Belgrade|
|Paralympic Committee of Serbia||Belgrade|
|Sports Association of Serbia||Belgrade|
|Sports Medicine Association of Serbia||Belgrade|
Decision by the Board, then the Yugoslav Olympic Committee, JOK since 1994. at the end of each calendar year proclaimed the most successful athletes. Initially declared sportswoman and sportsman, and later introduced the award for best the women's team, the men's team, coach, young sportsperson and youth team. The competition includes results from current Olympic sports, also and from Chess Olympiad.
The Football Association of Serbia is the governing body of football in Serbia, based in Belgrade. It organizes Serbian football leagues, namely the Serbian Superliga, the Serbia national football team, as well as the Second Leagues.
The Scout movement in Yugoslavia was served by different organizations during the existence of the multi-ethnic state.
The Serbia national basketball team represents Serbia in international basketball competition and is controlled by the Basketball Federation of Serbia. Serbia is currently ranked fifth in the FIBA World Rankings.
Olivera Jevtić is a Serbian long-distance runner. She has represented her country five times at the Olympics in 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016.
The Serbian Cup is the national football cup of Serbia. The winner of the competition gets a spot in the UEFA Europa Conference League qualifying round.
Teams from Yugoslavia first participated at the Olympic Games in 1920. Previously, several athletes from Croatia, Slovenia and northern Serbian province Vojvodina had competed for Austria or Hungary when those countries were part of the Empire of Austria-Hungary. A small team of two athletes had competed distinctly for Serbia at the 1912 Summer Olympics.
The Montenegrin Olympic Committee is the National Olympic Committee representing Montenegro. It is responsible for promoting the Olympic ideals and for ensuring that Montenegro is represented with athletes at the Olympic Games and other multi-sport events. The committee's president, as of January 2008, is Dušan Simonović.
The Olympic Committee of Kosovo is the National Olympic Committee representing Kosovo. Officially established in 1992, the OCK became a full member of the International Olympic Committee and the Olympic Movement on 9 December 2014. It is responsible for Kosovo's participation at the Olympic Games.
The former State Union of Serbia and Montenegro appeared at the Olympic Games on two occasions from 2004 until 2006, after which the union was dissolved and Montenegro and Serbia each declared full independence.
The Yugoslav Olympic Committee was the non-profit organization representing Yugoslav athletes in the International Olympic Committee. The YOC organized Yugoslavia's representatives at the Summer and Winter Olympic Games.
The Olympic Committee of North Macedonia is the National Olympic Committee of North Macedonia. Members of the committee are 26 sports federations, which elect the Executive Council composed of the president and four members.
The Russian Olympic Committee is the National Olympic Committee representing Russia.
The Olympic Committee of Bosnia and Herzegovina is the non-profit organization representing Bosnia and Herzegovina athletes in the International Olympic Committee. The committee organizes Bosnia's representatives at the Summer and Winter Olympic Games.
Aleksa Šaponjić, is a Serbian water polo player, and a member of the Serbia men's national water polo team. His first notable competition with his national team was the 2012 European Championship in Eindhoven, the outcome was a win. He currently attends the University of California, Berkeley and plays for the CA Golden Bears water polo team.
Ervin Holpert is an ethnic Hungarian sprint canoer representing Serbia.
Weightlifting has been part of the Olympic Games program since 1896.
The Basketball Federation of Serbia and Montenegro, previously Basketball Federation of Yugoslavia, was a non-profit organization and the national sports governing body for basketball in Serbia and Montenegro. Federal Republic of Yugoslavia renamed to Serbia and Montenegro in 2003. Until 2006, the organization has represented Serbia and Montenegro in FIBA and the men's and women's national basketball teams in the Olympic Committee of Serbia and Montenegro.
The Provincial Committee for Serbia or Provincial Committee of Serbia, abbreviated PKS/ПКС, was the branch of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia (KPJ) active in Serbia during the Kingdom of Yugoslavia and German-occupied Serbia during World War II. It was transformed into the Communist Party of Serbia in May 1945.
The Serbian Swimming Federation, also known as the Swimming Association of Serbia, is the governing body of swimming in Serbia. It carries out its activities directly and through three regional associations: Swimming Federation of Vojvodina, Swimming Federation of Belgrade and Swimming Federation of Central Serbia. It is an independent sports organization, member of the LEN, FINA, Sports Association of Serbia, Olympic Committee of Serbia.
The Olympic Committee of Serbia and Montenegro was the non-profit organization representing athletes from Serbia and Montenegro in the International Olympic Committee. It was founded by changing name of the Yugoslav Olympic Committee on April 2003, after the adoption of the Constitutional Charter of Serbia and Montenegro.