JFC Brunssum International Club

'Welkom' to the Joint Forces Command Brunssum International Club!

The International Club is open to all NATO ID holders and spouses. We meet regularly in the Coffee and Culture mornings to share national culture and food. Members also run activity groups, organize activity trips, and charity events.

Check out our Calendar to see what is coming up.

If you have any questions, please email us at: jfcbic@gmail.com.

Membership:

You can become a member of the International Club if you are part of the NATO Tri-Border Community and have a NATO ID Card (or have once owned a NATO ID card) from either Brunssum, Schinnen, Geilenkirchen, or Niederheid.


The membership fee is 12€ for one year.


The Club accepts new members all year round, so no need to wait!

For information about becoming a member, please get in touch with jfcbicmembers@gmail.com.


Make friends from across the globe, while raising money for charities.

The JFC Brunssum International Club board has volunteer positions available!

What would you change? Help out with the planning and running of the club!

The JFC International Club Board plays an active role in representing the needs of our community: fostering friendship and creating opportunities to learn about our many NATO nations. Have your say in our future plans and activities.

All positions available are listed below. If you would like to volunteer please let us know no before 30th November 2021.

Available positions 2021/22
(Job descriptions)

  • Member of the Charity Team (2 from each nation)

  • Deputy Treasurer

  • Deputy Secretary

  • Deputy Childcare Coordinator

  • Travel Coordinator

  • Deputy Travel Coordinator


History:

50+ Years of International Club

In 1969, only two years after the foundation of HQ Allied Forces Central Europe (HQ AFCENT) here in Brunssum, a group of spouses started the AFCent Ladies Club. This Club fulfilled a similar purpose as what our Club strives to provide today: international friendship and entertainment for spouses and charitable activities within the community and beyond. The Club raised funds, organized Ladies' Tea, tours in the area, and activities like Bridge Club, Antiques Club, Tennis Club, Language Classes, and many more.