• ASIAN RUGBY AWARDS

    Thank you to the Rugby Lovers Guide to Asia for recently awarding us the Best Junior Club of the Year.  We are happy to share it jointly with good friends – the Tanglin Rugby Club!  We are very honoured to be recognised and we look forward to bringing on an even bigger 2018.

  • KB DAY Featuring CECIFOOT

    On the 11th of June, KB again welcomed more than 450 children from our NGO and school partners for our last KB DAY of the school year before the summer holidays. The theme of the day was social inclusion as the children were mixed into different teams ranging from Under 9 up to U15 – […]

  • CAMBODIA TENS 2017

    It has just wrapped up and it was a tremendous weekend of rugby! Thank you to all the teams (Men’s, Women’s & Old Boy’s) who travelled far and wide to participate at this social rugby tournament.  We also received some great donations from the teams who were very generous in helping to support the Kampuchea Balopp […]

  • BANGKOK 7’s & 10’s

    KB were very lucky to enter both comps – the 10’s at the start of the year and the 7’s near the end.  For the 7’s, KB entered the tournament with 10 young players from our program who are from PSE – Pour un Sourire d’Enfant – Cambodia and Toutes à l’école. Thank you very much to […]

  • GIRLS RUGBY TOURNAMENT IN PP

    Kampuchea Balopp had the pleasure of organising a girl’s rugby tournament with teams participating from Singapore and Cambodia. The 210 girls ranged in age between 8 and 14, and from the Cambodian teams, 9 came from the KB program, 2 from the Lycée Français René-Descartes de Phnom Penh – Cambodge, and 3 from the Valkyries […]

En bref

Aux racines De l’ecole de rugby

Depuis sa création courant 2012, Kampuchea Balopp (qui signifie “enlasser le ballon” en Khmer) est une organisation Cambodgienne qui assiste les enfants démunis et/ou handicapés dans leur épanouissement et construction au travers du sport. Kampuchea Balopp est une association enregistrée au Cambodge, à but non lucratif, a-politique, et non-religieuse. Elle est en cours de création en France. Notre objectif est d’utiliser le sport comme outil d’education et d’intégration social pour l’enfant. Au travers du sport et du Rugby en particulier, les enfants sont amenés a développer des qualités humaines essentielles, telles que le partage, le respect mutuel, la tolérance, l’esprit d’équipe et bien d’autres valeurs sociales.

[Balopp] se traduit par “enlasser le ballon“ mais signifie RUGBY en Khmer.

BANGKOK 7’s & 10’s

KB were very lucky to enter both comps – the 10’s at the start of the year and the 7’s near the end.  For the 7’s, KB entered the tournament with 10 young players from our program who are from PSE – Pour un Sourire d’Enfant – Cambodia and Toutes à l’école. Thank you very much to […]

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GIRLS RUGBY TOURNAMENT IN PP

Kampuchea Balopp had the pleasure of organising a girl’s rugby tournament with teams participating from Singapore and Cambodia. The 210 girls ranged in age between 8 and 14, and from the Cambodian teams, 9 came from the KB program, 2 from the Lycée Français René-Descartes de Phnom Penh – Cambodge, and 3 from the Valkyries […]

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ASIAN RUGBY AWARDS

Thank you to the Rugby Lovers Guide to Asia for recently awarding us the Best Junior Club of the Year.  We are happy to share it jointly with good friends – the Tanglin Rugby Club!  We are very honoured to be recognised and we look forward to bringing on an even bigger 2018.

Learn More

KB DAY Featuring CECIFOOT

On the 11th of June, KB again welcomed more than 450 children from our NGO and school partners for our last KB DAY of the school year before the summer holidays. The theme of the day was social inclusion as the children were mixed into different teams ranging from Under 9 up to U15 – […]

Learn More

CAMBODIA TENS 2017

It has just wrapped up and it was a tremendous weekend of rugby! Thank you to all the teams (Men’s, Women’s & Old Boy’s) who travelled far and wide to participate at this social rugby tournament.  We also received some great donations from the teams who were very generous in helping to support the Kampuchea Balopp […]

Learn More