Who organises the Olympic Games?
The host city’s Organising Committee for the Olympic Games (OCOG) is in charge of organising this great event.
When the International Olympic Committee (IOC) selects a city to stage the Games, the city and the National Olympic Committee (NOC) of the host country create the OCOG which will organise the Games.
From the moment it is created, seven years before the Games, the OCOG works closely with the IOC.
- What is the role of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in organising the Olympic Games?
- How are the Olympic Games financed?
- What is the Olympic Movement?
- What is a National Olympic Committee (NOC)?
- What is the role of the International Sports Federations (IFs)?
- Who organises the Paralympic Games?
- Which sports are on the programme of the next Games?
- Where can I find details about the ticketing, accommodation and access for the next Olympic Games?