About SFI

The Swimming Federation of India (SFI) is the central governing body for promotion and administration of swimming sport in India. The SFI is affiliated to FINA, the world governing body for the sport. SFI was formed after the amalgamation of its predecessors – the National Swimming Association (NSA) and the Indian Swimming Federation (ISF). The SFI was formed in 1948

Events of SFI

The SFI Annually conducts the following events


  • Sub Junior National Aquatic Championships
  • Junior National Aquatic Championships
  • Senior National Aquatic Championships
  • National Masters Swimming
  • National Club Championships


Partnership with Glenmark Aquatic Foundation


Glenmark Aquatic Foundation, The non profit CSR initiative of Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Limited has entered into a long term agreement with SFI to transform the sport of swimming in India. GAF and SFI would work together in enhancing the ecosystem of swimming in India through Sponsorship of National Events, Coach Education and Scientific development with an eye to produce champions from India at the International stage.

Finacial Documents

SFI Balance Sheet

SFI Balance Sheet 2015

SFI Income and Expenditure Statement 2015

SFI Income and Expenditure Statement 2015

SFI Audit report 2015

SFI Audit report 2015