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Sports Facilities

Chitkara International School places great emphasis on the physical and socio-developmental aspects of its students. Within our curriculum, students are encouraged to participate in regular weekly sports activities, encompassing both indoor and outdoor sports. This initiative has established Chitkara International School as a leading institution for sports in Chandigarh. The timetable includes two regular sports lessons per week.

Our sports staff is deeply committed to fitness and wellness. With extensive experience, they draw out the best sporting instincts in students, fostering involvement in superb social and physical activities. Emphasis is placed on instilling teamwork and sportsmanship skills in our students.

In addition to the regular sports curriculum, after-school activities contribute to the school’s athletic concept. This concept aims to develop our students into self-confident and responsible athletes.

The sports activities currently offered at CIS are:

Individual sports : Tennis, Fencing, Chess, Carom, Skating, Athletics, Yoga, Running and Fitness
Team sports : Soccer, Cricket and Basketball

We continuously make efforts to expand our sports programme time to time.

  • Play Courts

At CIS the sports infrastructure is second to none in India. Following are the immaculately groomed fields the school:

  • Futsal Field – Soccer teaches you to ‘think on the run’. It teaches coordination, teamwork and sharing. CIS looks forward to imbibing these attributes into every student by making them participate in several competitions for students’ overall growth and development.
  • Hoops Field – Whether you are out shooting hoops by yourself, playing a game of pick-up basketball or on an elite competitive team, basketball is a great way to get fit and stay in shape. The sports faculty renders and teaches basketball techniques, fundamentals and form to the students in the best possible way with a motive to excel in every competition.
  • Rollers Field – Skating is the perfect way to combine fitness and fun. Our faculty preaches a number of skating elements, such as striding, starting/stopping, pivots and crossovers along with development of edge control. With these techniques, the students are able to learn intricacies behind this game and prepare for advanced competitions.
  • Cross Courts – Tennis has historically been called the sport for a lifetime. It triggers physical and emotional development of a child. CIS is accredited to AITA Standard Courts with flood lights for night and extends its endeavour to make potent contribution in Tennis. It encourages students to participate in various competitions on national and state level.
  • The Stumpyard (cricket pitch) – The Stumpyard of Chitkara International School has been anchored with the efficacious outlook of providing the ultimate facility to budding cricketers. The CIS pitch holds three different kinds of pitch grounds namely, hard, clay and mat to facilitate several kinds of bowlers. The area of the pitch enclosed also matches the area of International standard and thus hones the sporting skills of the young batsman, bowler and wicket-keeper for the professional turf. Moreover, this vast playground is in the heart of CIS and provides all the support and encouragement requisite for such a magnificent sport.
  • Jogger’s Track – The jogger’s track renders a pathway to students for jogging. The students can ease and warm up themselves before playing any game or sport.
  • Gym-O-Sphere – Gym-O-Sphere truly reflects the idea of wholesome exercise in free air. It’s an area designated for students outside in the school premises and equipped with equipment for students to do exercise in fresh and green environment.
  • The Indoor PlayStation

With addition to outdoor games, students have wide variety of indoor games to choose from. Air Hockey, Indoor Soccer, Table Tennis, Chess, Carom are thoroughly enjoyed by the students. Regular Inter-House Indoor Competitions are organised to test the skills and motivate the students to indulge in board games instead of electronic games.

  • Health & Fitness Counselling Sessions for Students

CIS renders paramount importance to health and fitness for which it is always at the front foot to organise varied counselling sessions for the students. The sessions are inclusive of various fundamentals and pre-requisites to attain good health. These missionary sessions/workshops also impart knowledge on sports culture and values.

  • Magnificent Achievements in Games and Sports Football

State National level The Under-17 and 19 boys’ team of Chitkara International School won twice in a row in CBSE North Zone-II Tournament 2017-18 and 2018-19. Also, the same team bagged the 3rd position in CBSE National Tournament


  • State National levelThe Under-17 and 19 boys’ team of Chitkara International School won twice in a row in CBSE North zone-II Tournament 2017-18 and 2018-19. Also, the same team bagged the 3rd position in CBSE National Tournament
  • Individual Accomplishment Gurtegbir of Grade-7 and Dhruv Rathee of Grade-8 won a gold medal in 63rd School National Football Tournament.


  • National Level: Paramvir Singh, a brilliant Chitkarian, performed exceptionally at the Weightlifting National Championship, held in Nagercoil, Tamil Nadu. Not only did he win two shining gold medals in the youth and junior categories, but he also managed to set four new national records in the +109 kg category.
  • Fencing

    • State level The Under-14 team of Chitkara International School is the winner of State championship and the Under-17 Team held the second position in State Championship
    • National Level Individual Accomplishment: Kashish Sharma, an alumna of CIS grabbed 4th rank in Junior/Cadet Commonwealth Fencing Championship held at Cape Town. She has also received The National Award from our former honorary President, Pranab Mukherjee for her excellent contribution.
    • Prabhjot Dayal of Grade-10 won a bronze medal in Cadet National Fencing Championship.
    • Ashiyana of Grade-11 won a bronze medal in Senior National Fencing Championship.
    • Sukhmeet of Grade-7 won a silver medal in 63rd School National Fencing Championship.
    • Prabhjot Dayal won a silver medal in 15th Cadet & Sub-junior National Fencing Championship
    • Sukhmeet of Grade -9 won a silver medal in 15th Cadet & Sub-junior National Fencing Championship
    • Athrav of Grade-6 won a bronze and a Silver medal in 15th Cadet & Sub-junior National Fencing Championship.


    • Individual Accomplishment
      Sai Garg of Grade-2 won a gold and a silver medal in Open National Taekwondo National Championship.
      Mayank Agarwal of Grade-8 won a silver medal in 2nd India Open International Taekwondo Championship.
      Anshit,of Grade 7 received a silver medal in junior/cadet open tri-city Taekwondo Kyorugi Tournament.

    Lawn Tennis

    • School Position
      The Under-19 lawn tennis team of Chitkara International School got the 2nd position in CBSE Cluster Tournament.
    • Individual Accomplishment
      Sumitpalof Grade-12 won a bronze medal in 63rd School National Tennis Tournament.


    • Individual Accomplishment
      Raj Roshan of G-12 won a gold medal in Shot put by making a new CBSE record 14.34 meter. He also won a silver medal in the Discus throw in CBSE North Zone Athletics Championship.

    Roller Hockey

    • Individual Accomplishment
      Lakshey of Grade-7 won a bronze medal in National Roller Hockey Championship.

    Martial art

    • Individual Accomplishment
      Jasbani of Grade-5 won silver and a bronze medal in Sikh Championship.
    • Our Sports Scholarships

    CIS avidly effectuate learning techniques in the field of games and sports. Along with it, it is committed to offer and acknowledge the achievements and benefaction of blooming students seeking new admission in our school and for the present CIS students as well. CIS is unrestrained to offer scholarship under the following category:

    • International Level
    • National Level
    • State Level

    These scholarships propel students to contribute more in the times to come