FEI Entry System for Organising Committees

The Organising Committees of Jumping events are impacted by the FEI Entry System. To help you use this system, you will find useful documents and links below:
 
FEI Entry System Tutorials
 
Some video tutorials  have been set up to help you get familiar with the FEI Entry System for Jumping. These videos will guide you through every step of the system.

FEI Entry System Online Training Sessions

Online training sessions for Jumping Event Organisers will be held on a request. Please do not hesitate to contact us should you feel the need to follow one of these sessions: entries@fei.org

FEI Entry System Web Services and Entry Files

As an Organising Committee, in addition to the web interface, you have different and easy ways to manage entries:

  • Use the CSV and XML Entry files. Examples are available here for Entry System v2 and here for Entry System v3.
  • Use the Web Services (Entry System v3 only) which will allow you to connect your software with the FEI Entry System. This will help you to manage entries through your own software and will automatically update the FEI Entry System. The full documentation is available here.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
 
If additional support is still needed, you will probably find answers to your questions in the FAQ section. However if this does not help you, do not hesitate to contact the FEI Support by e-mail.
 
Master lists
 
Through the FEI Entry System, you have the possibility to download master lists, entries lists and all information about Athletes and Horses entered into events (i.e.: FEI IDs). These lists can be downloaded in PDF, CSV (Excel) or XML format.

National Federations delegation of rights to the Organising Committees

National Federations can choose to delegate their rights to the Organising Committees for the entries of late entries only as well as the substitutions and additions on the ground.

On the document "Rights delegation for OCs" you can check which National Federation delegates its rights to the Organising Committee.