Kings Schools International boasts the very best sports facilities anywhere in Bratislava. Our students are given opportunities to participate in a wide range of sports and train with highly qualified instructors. An adjusted educational programme is also an option for students who wish to give more time to sport and pursue higher levels of sporting excellence through our international sports academy.
Large Multipurpose Gym
This is the largest of our gyms and made available at weekends, holidays and afterschool for competitions in volleyball, football, floorball and international modern gymnastics. The gym is equipped to provide students with volleyball, football, handball, gymnastics, basketball and floorball. It is large enough to accommodate 3 volleyball courts or two smaller football courts and has seating for around 200 spectators.
This small multifunctional hall offers a wide range of sports opportunities. With a sprung floor and mirrored wall, It is suitable for training activities in athletes, dance, gymnastics and ballet.
Small Multipurpose Gym
This is the second largest of our gyms and made available as a training gym at weekends, holidays and afterschool. The gym is equipped to provide students with badminton, volleyball, football, handball, gymnastics, basketball and floorball.
Combat Sports Hall
This gym has been specifically designed for the training of martial arts and contact/combat sports. It has soft floor covering and offers students the possibility of experiencing activities such as judo, wrestling, aikido, boxing, yoga and so on.
This is a specialised training and competition hall for fencing. The gym is also used for social events and seminars.
This is the only athletic hall in Slovakia with the IAAF certified surface. It meets the conditions of Slovak Athletics Federation. The hall is equipped for all track and field events sprint disciplines and has a 400m oval running track.
Our swimming pool provides opportunities for students of all ages and abilities to participate in pool games and generally improve as swimmers.