The American Club of Brussels is an international club with members from many countries and cultural backgrounds. Gaining from an ever-broadening expatriate community, the ACB represents the diversity that is Brussels.
People join the American Club of Brussels as individuals, either as an individual member or through a corporate membership. Each membership includes the person's spouse or partner, and both persons have full club privileges. Members are also eligible for reciprocal privileges at other selected American clubs around the world. Here is a list of these RECIPROCAL CLUBS. There are several categories of membership in the American Club of Brussels for both individuals and corporations.
The individual classes of membership include:
For more information, please see the Individual Membership Page.
The American Club of Brussels' Corporate Membership is a great way to assist your expatriate employees as they settle into Brussels. It also provides a unique forum to promote your company to a special group in Brussels.
For more information, please see the Corporate Membership Page.
An Application Form can be obtained from the club office or you can use the forms available on this website on the Individual and Corporate Membership pages. Membership applications are approved at the Board of Governors' monthly meetings.
The Pioneers' Club was created in the 1970s by a small group of American and Belgian members of the American Club of Brussels. They felt the need to have a special group within the club for those members having long-term interests in the Brussels community and who have been club members for 10 years or more. Also admitted as members are those who sit on the Board of Governors of the American Club of Brussels. The Pioneers' Club holds two dinners a year which by custom are black tie. The dinners are not announced publicly, as private invitations are emailed to eligible members. Once a year, a distinguished speaker is invited.