Sports clubs

Join a team now!


Since the 2019-2020 school year, students can join a football, athletics or basketball team, and take a weekly training to prepare them for inter-school competitions in Rangoon and the Asia-Pacific zone, throughout the year.

All ages, from CP, and all levels are accepted, you just need to be motivated!

The training sessions take place twice a week, with session of 1h30, or three times a week, with 1 hour sessions. They are scheduled so that it is possible for the child to register for the three clubs at the same time. A sports pack is offered at every registration, with a sports outfit, a bag, a water bottle, and a cap!

Each player receives a specific uniform, to present a united front with the colors of the LFIR. Students will wear this uniform at each outdoor meeting, but it is optional for training. Several clubs are planned at the beginning of the year to adapt to each age group, but places remain limited.

Do not hesitate to register to book a spot for your child for this year, or at the beginning of the next school year!

Adam Bowen, sports teacher and sports clubs manager


“Sports clubs are an opportunity for students to develop sport specific skills while also growing their understanding of competitive strategy. Students not only go through progressions individually, but they evolve as a team with a shared experience focused on a unified goal.

Unlike AES, which last for a school term, students are encouraged to dedicate to their sport team for the duration of the school year, as sports clubs are designed to progress mental and physical abilities in a specific sport throughout the school year. This commitment helps student athletes learn how to dedicate, and count on one another as a team.

Sports Clubs not only prepare you mentally and physically for the challenges of sports, but provide skills in cooperation, determination, and problem solving that translate directly to life outside of sports. Although our number one goal as a coaching staff is to develop student athletes, our number one priority is to develop good citizens.”