Sports Events

Super Six Sports Series

BISP has developed an extensive competitive sports programme that includes student participation in major regional and global sports tournaments, as well as other home and away fixtures for the school’s athletes. In addition, the school also hosts its own annual series of major tournaments, currently in five sports but with the aim of hosting BISP’s Super Six.

Soccer 7s

Held in November, and on 12 on-site grass pitches, this football tournament is arguably the largest school tournament of its kind in the world. For both boys and girls teams, with over 1500 players from approximately 40 international schools and ranging from Under 9s to seniors, this event draws teams from around Asia and the Middle East.

Soccer 7s Information

Flying Fish Invitational Swim Meet

Held in May each year, this swimming event draws students from swim teams throughout the SE Asia region and beyond. With over 500 competitors from approximately 15 International Schools, it is one of the region’s largest swim competitions for international schools.



3 on 3 and Breakers Cup Basketball

An exciting format of Basketball that is ideal for developing players’ skills, our 3 on 3 event is held in March each year. Entries are limited due to the number of basketball courts available at the school, but it attracts U13 and U15 teams from international schools as far away as Hong Kong.

The Breakers Cup is an U19 full team knock out competition with local and international entrants held annually in Term 1.

Breakers Cup Information

Tennis 4s

The school hosts several tournaments in support of the Thai LTF, including UTR (ranking tournaments). However, the Tennis 4s format allows international schools to compete in a friendly competitive environment. This regional tournament will be developed over the forthcoming years in keeping with the growth of Tennis within the school




The school has a unique partnership with Laguna Golf Club that hosts an annual tournament in the world-famous Faldo Series. This series attracts the best young players from around the world. The elite school players participate in the main open tournament while other international school players compete in a schools’ tournament that takes place simultaneously and at the same course.



As a relatively new sport at the school, it is the intention to host a major international school’s triathlon competition. The infrastructure for this is currently being developed. BISP triathletes compete in regional and global open events.