Brasilia - Post Report Question and Answers

Are local sports classes and/or activities available for kids?

Orange Tree Studio offers lovely art classes for children. Beyond this, I don't know since we have a toddler. - May 2017

Yes: lots of soccer with every club having teams, tennis, horseback riding, swimming, etc. We started baseball (which has ended now). But you can find a willing baseball community at the Japanese Club. There is also the start of American football. - May 2016

Yes, plenty. My son has done varsity volleyball and soccer, but there are many other options. - Aug 2015

Yes, many. Soccer, Judo, Capoeira, Jiu-Jitsu, Ballet, etc. There is ONE taekwondo dojo in Asa Sul as well. - Aug 2015

Through school and through gyms, yes. - Aug 2015

Yes, some via the schools and lots via the social clubs. - Jun 2014

Yes. Brazilians are sporty, and so are their kids. Martial arts schools and soccer or swimming at local clubs are obvious options. You can also give your kids a real cultural gift and enroll them in capoeira classes---they're almost guaranteed to love it. - Sep 2012

Soccer, anyone? The American school has a variety of programs as well. - Dec 2011

It may take some looking to find a fit, but you'll find what you are looking for. - Aug 2011

Yes, but I don't know much about them. - Dec 2009

Yes - Jun 2009

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