First published in ACCESS Winter 2017 magazine
Be a good sport at the next Feel at Home Fair
To be a good sport is to take part in good humour. It’s what the Feel at Home Fair is all about:
joining in with the activities, clubs, and events happening around you. It’s a great way to meet locals
and fellow internationals. Best of all, it helps you Feel at Home, wherever you live and work.
Keep fit and healthy
The 2018 Feel at Home International Community Fair will celebrate the diversity of sport, leisure, and wellness facilities available locally. The Hague area has an excellent infrastructure of clubs, associations, and sports facilities to practice every sport imaginable: from beach sports to skiing, sailing to golf, from gymnastics to football or hockey.
Whether you want to be a member of a competitive team, connect with others to play an occasional game, learn a new sport, or exercise through a leisure activity, there will be something for everyone at the Fair. On Central Park in City Hall, there will be demonstrations, try-outs, and workshops, showcasing a range of sports, leisure, and wellness activities. Companies, friends and family teams are invited to take part in friendly challenges and competitions, supervised by the schools, clubs, and associations.
Support local sport
Behind every successful club is a team of supporters. The Fair is a great place to find volunteering opportunities with local clubs or with international sports events, such as the 2020 Special Olympics.
Spectate and Socialise
At the Fair’s International Sports Bar you can meet with friends and enjoy sporting action on the Big Screen. Or take a culinary trip around the world at The International Food Court.
Alongside the Sports & Leisure theme, the Feel at Home Fair’s 150 exhibitors, performers, presenters, and fundraisers will provide the special mix of information and entertainment that makes the Fair so popular with over 3500 visitors.
Exhibitor registration is open. Visitors can reserve their Free Tickets from 4 December at
Save the date:
Sunday, 4 February 2018
The Hague City Hall