South East Asia: Inter-school Sports Associations

Students across South East Asia take part in national competitions run by associations including the Athletic Conference of Singapore International Schools (ACSIS) and regional tournaments such as the FOBISIA Games.
South East Asia: Inter-school Sports Associations
By Carli Allan
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Many international schools are a member of a global or regional sports association, which offers opportunities for their students to represent the school in a wide variety of inter-school tournaments. Here is a round-up of the associations covering South East Asia, as well as the member schools from Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand and Vietnam.

Athletic Conference of Singapore International Schools (ACSIS)

Schools compete in teams from U8 in badminton, basketball, cricket, cross country, football, netball, rugby, softball, swimming, tennis, touch, track & field, ultimate frisbee and volleyball.

Members in Singapore include:

Anglo-Chinese School International
Australian International School
Canadian International School (Lakeside)
Canadian International School (Tanjong Katong)
Chatsworth International School (Bukit Timah)
Chatsworth International School (Orchard)
Dover Court International School
Dulwich College (Singapore)
EtonHouse International School
GEMS World Academy
German European School Singapore
Global Indian International School (East Coast)
Global Indian International School (SMART)
Hollandse School
Hwa Chong International School
International Community School
ISS International School
Nexus International School
Singapore American School
St. Joseph's Institution International
Stamford American International School
Swiss School in Singapore
Tanglin Trust School
United World College (Dover)
United World College (East)
Yuvabharathi International School

South East Asia Student Activities Conference (SEASAC)

SEASAC activities include arts, badminton, basketball, cross-country, golf, gymnastics, Model United Nations (MUN), soccer, swimming, rugby, touch rugby, softball, tennis and volleyball. 

Members in Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand and Vietnam include:

Tanglin Trust School
United World College (Dover)
United World College (East)
Stamford American International School
Australian International School
Canadian International School
Bangkok Patana School
NIST International School
Ruamrudee International School
Shrewsbury International School
Saigon South International School

Interscholastic Association of Southeast Asia schools (IASAS)

An association of six schools across South East Asia that hosts tournaments in soccer, volleyball, cross country running, basketball, rugby, swimming, tennis, badminton, fastpitch softball, baseball, golf, and track and field.

Members in Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand and Vietnam include:

International School Bangkok
International School of Kuala Lumpur
International School Manila
Jakarta Intercultural School
Singapore American School
Taipei American School

Federation of British International Schools in South and East Asia (FOBISIA)

This association brings together British schools in South East Asia for sports events, as well as music festivals, drama festivals, community and environmental conferences, and Model United Nations Conferences.

Members in Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand and Vietnam include:

Tanglin Trust School
Kellett School
Discovery Bay International School
Bangkok International Preparatory and Secondary School
Shrewsbury International School
St. Andrew's School, Rayong
Bangkok Patana School
St. Stephen's International School
British International School, Phuket
Harrow International School
St. John's International School
The Regent's International School Bangkok
The Regent's School Pattaya
Garden International School, Rayong
Traill International School
British International School Vietnam
ABC International School
British International School Hanoi

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