Dubai has a multitude of sports clubs to accommodate expats of all nationalities. Whether you are looking for a game of American Touch Football to a game of cricket, you’ll be happy to know its available!
In the past many expat families used the long summer break to escape the heat and spend two months in cooler climes visiting friends and family. However, today more and more families have both parents working which limits the amount of time families can spend away from Dubai. For this very reason Dubai has witnessed a rise in the amount of companies now offering holiday camps throughout the hot summer months. So whether your child’s passion is in the sports or arts there will be the opportunity for them to be busy and entertained throughout the whole summer holidays here in Dubai.
Here is a growing list of the camps that will be on offer this summer. Read more
With the summer fast approaching, and the temperatures set to soar, you might want to start thinking about how to keep the kids active indoors during the hot summer months. Whatever you are looking for, whether it is a new sport with top quality coaching, or just to have the enjoyment of trying something new, then look no further. DuDive springboard and highboard diving club offers an exciting opportunity to cool off in the pool whilst learning new skills and having fun!
Diving lessons are a great way to build confidence in the water, and can give a great sense of achievement after conquering the heights of the boards or perfecting a new dive. Read more
This week Move One are thrilled to be supporting the 2015 World Championships of Beach Ultimate Frisbee.
The event begins on Sunday 8 March, to coincide with International Women’s Day, and runs until March 13 on JBR Beach in Dubai. More than 1,200 athletes from more than 70 teams and 25 countries are expected to compete in nearly 400 games.
The first game of the tournament will be held at the beach at 3 p.m. when the US women face Germany. Games start at 9 a.m. on Monday and 8a.m. Tuesday through Thursday. Entry is free.
This is the first time the premier competition for Ultimate Frisbee players will come to the Middle East. The 2015 BULA & WFDF World Championships of Read more
The Freediving Club is an academy for education, instruction, coaching, and training of individuals & groups to develop and improve their capabilities in freediving sport mainly Freediving In Dubai & AbuDhabi and in UAE.
The Freediving Club promote for freediving sport for benefit of freedivers of ages start from 16 years old & for all abilities under AIDA (Association Internationale pour le Développement de l’Apnée) standards, rules, and regulations.
The freediving club offer also AIDA Courses:
AIDA courses cover all levels from complete beginner to very advanced and competitive level freediving. AIDA courses are taught in many languages all over the world and thousands of new divers have discovered a passion of freediving through AIDA. On an AIDA course, you will learn what freediving is, how to do it, how to get the most out of your time in the water and most importantly – how to do it safely.
If you have recently moved to Dubai you maybe trying to understand why all your friends and colleagues have suddenly become rugby mad and are insisting you come and watch (or even play) rugby at the beginning of December. It’s the Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby Sevens – a Dubai Institution!
Now in its 45th year the most anticipated event in Dubai’s sporting and social calendar is set to take place from December 4th to December 6th. With massive crowds once again expected to converge on The Sevens Stadium for the tournament tickets are now on sale and spectators are urged to buy their tickets as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. Read more
Dubai Youth Hockey Club (DYHC), the first youth hockey development coaching programme in the UAE, aimed at developing the skills and sportsmanship of young hockey players in the emirate, is looking forward to a successful season following the announcement of two local club sponsors, Avery Office Supplies and HSS health & safety training consultancy for the 2014/15 season.
The support has come at a time when Dubai Youth Hockey Club (DYHC) has seen a surge of interest by youngsters in learning and playing the sport and coincides with the UAE Hockey Federation’s move towards a more structured game with national leagues set to support hockey at grassroot level. Read more