Below are key events in the history of the FITB.
The International Tchoukball Federation (FITB) is founded by Switzerland and France with tchoukball's creator, Dr Hermann Brandt as president.
Great Britain (under the old name of the British Tchoukball Association) joins the FITB.
Dr Brandt passes away, and is replaced by Dr Théodore Werey at the 1973 General Assembly of the FITB.
An international development plan is created by the FITB Executive Council to spread tchoukball throughout the world.
The first major international tournament takes place, between France, England and Switzerland.
John Andrews, secretary of the FITB introduces tchoukball to Taiwan, where it is immediately extremely popular.
The first FITB International Tchoukball Tournament takes place in Taiwan - August 21st - 23rd
FITB International Tchoukball Tournament in Neuchâtel – July 27th to August 3rd
Tchoukball is showcased at the World Games in Karlsruhe, Germany: 26-27 July
World Tchoukball Tournament Portsmouth – August 7th to 10th
Due to the Ryacin terrorist attack in Japan, the 1995 tchoukball tournament is cancelled.
Tchoukball is introduced to Brazil by Ocelio Antonio Ferreira.
In 2000, the 30th year anniversary of tchoukball, the first international tournament for 10 years is organised. The FITB World Tchoukball Championship in Geneva – August 9th to 13th 2000.
Great Britain hosts the next FITB World Tchoukball Championships at Loughborough University, England - August 21st to 25th 2002.