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Sports activities

Whether you live in Brussels or are just passing through, there are plenty of clubs, facilities and courses to keep you in trim.
Brussels has everything you need when it comes to sport. If you are looking to let off steam regularly, there are plenty of sports clubs and courses in the city. If you are just here on a short visit, you’ll find the facilities you need while you’re in town.

Sports clubs

If you want to do sport regularly you should get in touch with one of Brussels’s sports clubs. There are a lot of sports you can do in Brussels: from kitesurfing to underwater hockey.

The Communities are responsible for sport in Brussels, so information about sports activities is available in French or Dutch.



sport.brussels is the new regional website for sport in Brussels. It includes the sports offer for everyone. It is managed by the Sport Unit within perspective.brussels with the support of the CoCoF, the VGC, Brussels Local Authorities and the 19 Brussels municipalities.
You will find, in French, Dutch or English, a directory of Brussels' sports clubs and infrastructures. 

For French speakers

For Dutch speakers

Just visiting?

If you are only in town for a couple of days but want to keep yourself in trim, Brussels has a lot of green spaces where you can do some jogging. You can also criss-cross the capital by bike. In summer explore Brussels by bike or on roller blades in the Roller Bike Parade. Alternatively, take a plunge at one of Brussels’ swimming pools or keep in shape at one of the City’s gyms.

There is a list of sports halls and swimming pools (NL) on the Flemish Community Commission’s website. Shop in Brussels also has a very convenient map. See Sports & Leisure in the Leisure section.

Up for a sporting challenge?

Run the 20 km of Brussels and measure yourself against thousands of amateur and professional runners.

People with a disability are welcome too

Both the ADEPS and the Flemish Community Commission run sports activities for disabled people. Take up the challenge!

For French speakers

For Dutch speakers

Who to contact :

  • French Community Commission(COCOF)
    Service Sport et infrastructures sportives
    Rue des Palais 42, 1030 Brussels
    Phone: +32 (0)2 800 80 00
    Online: www.spfb.brussels/culture-sport/sport (FR)
  • Administration de l’éducation physique et des sports
    French Community (ADEPS)
    Online: www.adeps.be (FR)
  • Flemish Community Commission (VGC)
    Boulevard Emile Jacqmain, 1000 Brussels
    Phone: +32 (0)2 563 05 14
    Fax : +32 (0)2 563 04 49
    Email: sportdienst@vgc.be
    Online: www.sportinbrussel.be (NL)


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