Belgrade 2024 Final Masters Bulletin Revealed

European Aquatics, together with the organisers of the Belgrade 2024 Masters Championships, are happy to publish finalised details for this year’s competition.

Following the announcement that due to the popularity of the artistic swimming event it will now relocate to the prestigious Milan Gale Muškatirović Sports Centre, it has now also been confirmed that registration deadline for all sports is extended until 10 June.

Those still looking to enter and compete in what promises to be a phenomenal celebration of the best of masters’ competition, can do so via THIS LINK.

The third instalment of the bulletin also details the official schedule for each sporting discipline – artistic swimming, diving, open water, swimming and water polo – during the championships which run from 26 June to 6 July in Serbia.

The document – available to view and download at the bottom of this page – contains additional key information which includes, but is not limited to:

• accreditation collection, 

• late accommodation booking options,

• tourism suggestions for your time in Belgrade,

• artistic swimming music submission procedure,

• with event withdrawal process.

Furthermore, European Aquatics recommends that all competitors, officials and fans who will be in attendance during the event in Belgrade download the ‘Sportify app’.

It will be used to distribution key information throughout the championships and can be downloaded here. The password to access Belgrade 2024 details is: Masters1

Competitors are also reminded that they should bring their passport, proof of payment of fees and a printed ‘release of liability’ form when they collect accreditation.

Those able to do so can submit the liability form to liability@belgrade2022.org, however there will also be black copies available to sign upon arrival at the accreditation venues.

“It is our hope that all the teams shall bring back good memories and results from the championships and we hope that everyone will enjoy their stay in our capital,” said Snezana Zugic, President of Serbian Swimming Federation.

For the latest news and features relating to the European Aquatics Masters Championships Belgrade 2024, please visit the OFFICIAL WEBSITE.