Teams sports other than soccer also played an important role, registering more than four million admissions in 2018. Volleyball, basketball, and rugby were among the most practiced ones. In 2018, over 330 thousand athletes practiced volleyball in Italy. Similarly, about 140 thousand male athletes and 22 thousand female athletes played basketball in Italy in the 2017/2018 season. Moreover, the history of rugby in Italy goes back as far as the first years of the twentieth century. Overall, the turnover of teams sports other than soccer amounted to roughly 280.5 million euros in 2018, whereas the turnover of individual sports reached almost 198 million euros.
Looking at individual sports in Italy, the number of athlete memberships in the Italian Athletics Federation rose significantly from 2009 to 2019. Similarly, the number of athletes playing tennis in Italy increased from 2008 to 2018, and so did the revenue of the Italian Tennis Federation (FIT). Whereas most revenues of the FIT were generated by international events, the grant provided by the Italian National Olympic Committee (CONI) and member fees were essential sources of funding for cycling in Italy, as data published by the Italian Cycling Federation reveal.
Overall, Italy recorded roughly 10 thousand sports activity venues in 2018. Lombardy, the most populous region of the country, recorded the highest number of sports facilities in Italy. Most gyms in Italy were located in this region as of June 2019.