At Loyola, sports is a very important component in the overall development of the students. Sports teaches a
number of practical lessons in a very natural way, that cannot be taught theoretically in a classroom. For
example, team sports like football or hockey teach the importance of teamwork, strategy and cooperation
for the success of the team, and individual sports like athletics, tennis or badminton teach concentration,
determination and above all, the constant pursuit of excellence.
Loyola has three very good playgrounds where students can play a large variety of games – ranging from football and hockey, to baseball, basketball and athletics – running, high and long jumping and even hurdles. Sport is also the best way to learn to
win without ego, to lose with grace, to always give one's best, and most important of all, to enjoy the game–win or lose.