BSA Scouting Outside of U.S.

If you are moving or live outside of the United States, you can still continue to be a member of the Boy Scouts of America. The World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM), of which the BSA is a member, is divided into six regions: Africa, Arab, Asia-Pacific, Eurasia, Europe, and Interamerica. For a map of the regions and the list of countries that they serve, please see below and select the appropriate region.

Three BSA councils provide service to BSA Scouting outside of the U.S. and their contact information, sorted by the WOSM regions, are listed below.

For countries in the Asia-Pacific Region, Far East Council, contact:

Phone—within Japan: 098-971-9014; international: +81-98-971-9014
Address—Far East Council BSA, Unit 35049, FPO AP 96373-5049
Web/email—http://www.fareastcouncil.org/; http://www.fareastcouncil.org/about/service-centers; membership@fareastcouncil.org;

For countries in the European, Arab, Eurasia, and Africa regions, Transatlantic Council, contact:

Phone—CIV: +32 2 717 9726
Address—Transatlantic Council, BSA, USAG Brussels, Unit 28100 Box 24, APO AE 09714
E-mail—program@tac-bsa.org


For countries in the Interamerican Region (North, Central, and South America, and the Caribbean), Direct Service Scouting, contact:

National Capital Area Council
Phone— 301-530-9360
Address— 9190 Rockville Pike, Bethesda, MD 20814-3897
Website— http://www.ncacbsa.org/directservice/

 

AFRICA REGION     ARAB REGION     ASIA-PACIFIC REGION     EURASIA REGION     EUROPEAN REGION     INTERAMERICAN REGION