Expat Clubs & Associations
International community clubs and expat associations in Berlin: Find details for a great variety of clubs for social gatherings, cultural exchanges and to meet up with international minded people. You are welcome to list your club here!
Berlin Film Folks
Group for movie lovers and anyone interested in any aspect of film making and production.
Berlin Language Exchange
Online portal for conversation exchange with English, German and other languages
Berlin Historical Association
Berlins only English-speaking historical association. Regular monthly meetings on historical themes with guest speakers and follow-up discussions. Also guided tours to historical sites in and around Berlin. At Clayallee 135, 14195 Berlin.
Berlin International Womens Club e.V.
An English speaking club established in 1992 designed for women to network and socialise in Berlin. BIWC offers many activities and a standing Stammtisch every 8th and 15th of the month, check website for times and venues.
International online community and network for people living and working abroad. Events, advice and support.
Networking club for expatriate parents of babies, toddlers and young children. Weekly meetings for children, baby and toddler meetings and events. Website has information on playgroups and preschools as well as current events.
English Conversation Club
Conversation club for non-native English speakers who want to practise their English. ESL conversation classes and ESL practice.
Meetup group for women striving to combine motherhood with building a fulfilling and rewarding career or business. Meetings once or twice a month.
Deutsch-Kanadischer Business Club of Berlin-Brandenburg e.V.
German-Canadian business association and networking club, meets regularly and hosts special events and business luncheons, open to all nationalities, club activities in English, monthly stammtisch every 3rd Monday at the Berlin Marriott.
The American Academy in Berlin
Established in 1994, the Academy fosters greater understanding and dialogue between the U.S. and Germany in the Arts, Humanities and Public Affairs through fellowships and conferences. The academy offers residential fellowships to scholars, writers, journ...
The Booker Tea Reading Group
Group organising regular meetings to discuss literature and share a pot luck dinner. No smoking or pets.
Berlin Friends Club
Meet and make friends internationally in a warm and friendly atmosphere. The club is non-commercial and non-partisan. No entrance or membership fee and no membership application. Just drop in and have a good time. In Berlin-Kreuzberg.