Affiliation

FIADD is comprised of three types of  affiliated bodies:

Member Organisations   – recognised national bodies contributing to the governance of FIADD

Affiliates – local/regional bodies working towards national recognition and that are affiliated to FIADD

Supporters – any parkour / freerunning group dedicated to preserving, embodying and spreading the discipline of parkour / freerunning

All these organisations align with and uphold the values, methods and standards of parkour / freerunning.

Join FIADD

Affiliating with FIADD either as a Member Organisation or Affiliate body brings your organisation into the official global network for the discipline of parkour / freerunning. Affiliation brings your organisation the support and endorsement of FIADD as a local or national representative for the discipline and demonstrates that your organisation lives up to the benchmarks of best practice, good governance and guiding principles and values of FIADD.

To join FIADD as a Member Organisation or Affiliate, please contact us directly to begin your application. Any organisation must fulfil certain pre-requisites to be able to submit an official application.

Application Pre-Requisites – Affiliate or Supporter

  • Must be a registered legal entity in the home territory or working towards recognition

  • Must be working towards official national recognition in home country
  • Must be a recognised coaching body or working towards official certification

  • Must be able demonstrate alignment with the ethics and values of the discipline and evidence of positive work within the parkour community
  • Supporters can be any parkour / freerunning group or organisation

Application Pre-Requisites – Member Organisation

  • Must be an existing FIADD Affiliate for at least one year

  • Must be a registered legal entity in the home territory

  • Must be a recognised coaching body or working towards certification

  • Must be able demonstrate alignment with the ethics and values of the discipline

  • Must be able to demonstrate significant centrality to its national practising community

  • Must be able to demonstrate competent and fair governance