International Journal of Sport Sciences and Health

ISSN: 1857 - 9310 (Print)

ISSN: 2545 - 4978 (Online)

UDC: 796 - 613.7

Publisher: Faculty of Physical Education, Tetova, Republic of Macedonia


Faculty of Physical Education at the University of Tetova is issuing the journal “Sport and Health" – a scientific publication which covers the subjects in the field of general and applied kinesiology. We publish original scientific papers, comprehensible papers, previous announcements and publications from authors which have been approved based on the positive reviews from eminent domestic and foreign critics, in the field of kinesiology but also from the related or the scientific disciplines have relation points to Kinesiology.

“Sport and Health” publishes scientific papers according to the criteria listed in the Guidelines. Everyone who has met the requirements of the journal and who takes full responsibility for all that is written in the publication has the right to apply.

If you are interested in publishing scientific publications in the field of physical education, sport and health please write us on the following email address:

The journal is under the indexing phase in several international bases.

Sport and Health covers all aspects of Physical Education and Sport:

  • Didactics, Educational Technologies and Special Pedagogy
  • Adapted Physical Activity
  • Biomechanics
  • Comparative PE and Sport
  • Coaching Science
  • Games
  • Individual Sports
  • Kinanthropometry
  • Kinesiology
  • Neuromotor Psychology
  • Sociology of Sport
  • Sport and Exercise Physiology
  • Sport and Exercise Psychology
  • Sport History
  • Sport Management
  • Sports Medicine.

Year of first issue: 2014

Annual issues of the journal: 2 (two)

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