Regent's International School, Bangkok

Day and Boarding school for ages 2 – 18.



Under 11 Boys Football Victory!

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Another congratulations this week to the Under 11 boys for their win against Heathfield this week. It was a tough match but the Regent’s were victorious with a score on 3:2.

The team are now moving towards the end of season tournament. Well done again to the team!

Primary Football Sports Victory

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This week the Under 11 boys football team played two very successful matches. On Tuesday they play St Andrew’s 107 away and won 6:5 and on Wednesday they played BCIS at home and won 5:0. This is a fantastic achievement well done to the team!

Senior Girls Football Tournament

As we hopped on the bus, both the excitement and anxiety had driven us to strive for optimum teamwork and of course, our main goal: have fun. Despite the scorching rays of the sun (almost burning our flesh), the climate did not distract us from the thrilling sensation of chanting out loud and proud “TEAM!” as we commence our first tournament.

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We approached the matches with maximal enthusiasm. Whilst watching my team play from the substitute seating, I could sense their determination to honour our school with pride. There was no time for panting or sweat as we were having a shortage of goals (a.k.a we were losing). Our conscience was not fully connected to our foot movement, and that is when we were partially losing hope.

However, we were able to make a U-turn, we turned the wheel and thanks to the spirit of optimism (and excellent coach feedback), we had brought back motivation within the team. We manned up, clenched our teeth and fists and with all our forces, aimed for the goal. Our main strikers, Maryam and Florence outstandingly showcased impressive shots.

Conclusively, we had made it to the finals and gloriously took home third place on our first tournament as a team. We would like to thank Mr Jones, our coach; who has practically been our sixth sense throughout the matches, for always supporting us and giving us the training and strength we needed. This has been an unforgettable experience during our senior year at regents, and we are all looking forward to many more gleeful episodes.

U13 Girls Football First Match of the Season

The U13 Girls Football team traveled to Sky Kicks football ground to face Wells in their first match of the season on Tuesday.


An excited team took to the pitch and, in a frantic first half, were drawing 1-1 after 10 minutes with a goal from Catalina. Wells was a mix of experience and new additions, using their experienced players to score their second goal, ending the first half 1-2.

The girls took to the pitch in the second half still energized and keen for a second goal. Catalina, Waii and Cartoon were all pushing forward to make it happen, though unfortunately unsuccessful.

The girls thoroughly enjoyed this game and are looking forward to the next.

By Ms. Rebecca Edwards, PE Teacher

1st Football Fixture of the Season: U13 boys

The Regent’s School kicked off the season with a 1-1 draw against a local International School in what was a sweltering affair. The team led by Captain Tor Aminsen have had a build up of 15 weeks preparation for their first away game and excitement was high.


The game was dominated by the Regent’s team but confidence in front of goal proved costly as the home side went ahead early into the second half. Some fine forward burst from Tor pressured the opposition defence but it was a calculated long range strike by Max Watson that pulled things level. There were some good performances by Jimmy, Ann-ann and Amey.

Areas to improve for our next encounter involve being more confident and decisive in our abilities.

By Mr. Lee Burns, Head of Physical Education & sport

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