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The most popular sports for students in some developed countries (Part 3)

Sports in Sweden especially often take advantage of the typical climate such as kayaking, canoeing, diving, climbing, fishing and hunting. It may not be suitable for people with “weak heart” but ensuring these sports will help you find some “extreme” friends!


Like Japan, Thai sports are a mixture of traditional local events and popular Western games. A good example is Muay Thai – a martial arts similar to boxing and football.

Thailand is also considered the “golf paradise” of Asia with more than 200 world-class golf courses. Thailand also attracts global golfers to PGA and LPGA tournaments.


England is the cradle of golf, football, rugby, tennis, cricket, badminton and countless other sports before they are popular all over the world. There are countless options to practice your favorite type of sport in the UK, from popular subjects to rare ones!

England is always proud of the great sporting tradition with many gold medals in the Olympics. However, if you are looking for an easy-to-understand, easy-to-play sport, football is an ideal choice. You’ll find it easy to see clubs and sports fields all over the country and of course, there is a Premier League tournament that keeps millions of people around the world watching every week. 


Many people say that American sports are currently changing. While traditional football, basketball and handball still hold their place, hockey, and football are gradually gaining popularity among young people.

Similar to China and the United Kingdom, Americans also have a lot of success in the sports world. In fact, no matter what subject you are interested in, it is easy to find clubs with friends in the United States. 


These suggestions are typical national sports so you can imagine what you can do in your country. However, the subject that suits you depends on your experience, achievements, and goals. If you’re still confused, then try out every sport and definitely find a subject that fits your interests.

The most popular sports for students in some developed countries (Part 1)

One of the quick ways to integrate and make friends abroad is through sports. Nelson Mandela once said, “Sport unites people in a way that never solves” because he realized that sports can connect people in a special way that no political thought can do.

For that reason, knowing how to play your favorite sports in the country you intend to study abroad will help you get closer to the native people. Let’s take a look at the outstanding sports of some popular countries below.


Sports are closely associated with Australians as “breath” right from the time of reclamation and national establishment. Sports such as cricket, rugby, and football are always on the list of the most-watched and played subjects in kangaroos.

The history of Australian sports is marked by stories and great moments of victory. Tournaments like Ashes, Melbourne Cup, and America’s Cup have contributed to Australia’s national identity in addition to success at the Olympics, the Paralympics and the Commonwealth Games.


Ice hockey is considered to be the most favorite subject in the country of the maple leaf, partly reflecting the very cold weather typical of Canada. Canadians also have a lot of success in lacrosse, Canadian rugby, football, curling, and baseball.


The Chinese culture has long been associated with martial arts, but through the Olympics, Chinese people have become “fans” of many other sports. Basketball, football, table tennis, and volleyball are the sports that attract the most viewers and players in this country.


Like most European countries, football is the most popular sport in France when the national football background owns more than 2,000,000 professional players. France is also mentioned a lot with rugby, racing and of course, indispensable terrain biking. Tour de France – the most prestigious bicycle racing tournament in the world is a familiar name even for those who are not interested in sports.