The World Flying Disc Federation (WFDF) have claimed they learnt a lot from the process to select additional sports for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris, even though they were overlooked.
Flying disc was one of a number of sports hoping to be added to the programme for Paris 2024 but was not chosen.
Paris 2024 selected breakdancing, skateboarding, sport climbing and surfing.
The WFDF now plan to concentrate on launching a campaign for inclusion at Los Angeles 2028.
"It was a pleasure and honour for WFDF to discuss the possibility of inclusion of flying disc sports to the Olympic Games 2024 in the French capital with the Paris 2024 executive team members and staff and we thank them for their consideration," WFDF President Robert Rauch said.
"We would like to congratulate the four sports selected for the proposal and we are sure they will make a positive contribution to the Games."
Rauch added: "We will seek to learn from their experience as we look forward to consideration for inclusion in the programme of the 2028 Olympic Games in Los Angeles.
"We have again learned a lot about the opportunities which our sport would give to any organiser of multi-sport games and the challenges this entails.
"It appears that the organisers have decided against adding any team sports to this edition of the Games due to logistical constraints and the selection process followed a logic that at the end left no place for the WFDF proposal.
"As invited by Paris 2024, we will aim to enter now into a discussion to explore other possibilities to foster the position of flying disc sports in France around the Games and add to the legacy of Paris 2024 for the organisers.
"We will work with our member association, Federation Flying Disc France, and our other supporters in France to follow-up on such opportunities."