2026 ISU European Figure Skating Championships Steering Group
Vacancies: 3x Independent Members
Sheffield is the host city for the 2026 ISU European Figure Skating Championships - the final competition for many skaters before they travel to compete in the Milan Cortina 2026 Winter Olympic Games! The Championships' Steering Group will oversee its strategic direction, including managing risk, monitoring operational progress, and stakeholder management.
There are currently three vacancies for independent members of the steering group, so if you'd like to play an active role in this exciting event, find out everything you need to know in our recruitment pack. When you're ready to apply, just submit your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications Close 26 June 2023
About the 2026 Championships
The European Championships will be the final competition for British skaters and their European counterparts before they travel to compete in the Milan Cortina 2026 Winter Olympic Games, so we are sure to see some of the world’s finest figure skaters competing at their absolute best.
The event was last staged in the UK in the same arena back in 2012, and will be the highest profile figure skating event to be
staged in the country for over a decade. Sheffield was the chosen host city for its passion for Ice Sports, world class facilities, and well established community engagement programmes. The city is also home to the National Governing Body, British Ice Skating, and many of its national competitions all year round.
Over 150 skaters from over 35 countries will compete, with a projected spectator attendance of over 6000. The championships have been awarded to British Ice Skating following a successful bid to the ISU. They are working in partnership with Sheffield City Council and UK Sport to deliver the championships.