The Singapore Sports Museum is the first of its kind in Singapore,
with an array of exhibitions tracing Singapore’s sporting heritage and creating an inspiring atmosphere for anyone who’s interested to take a dip into the world of sports. Housing a truly unique collection of rare and valuable artifacts, the memorabilia displayed are donated by fans and athletes and reflect the many milestones achieved in Singapore’s sporting scene!
The Museum is segregated into different permanent galleries that contain interactive exhibits, that are awe-inspiring, exciting and provide a fun learning experience for everyone! The incredible displays give visitors a chance to take a trip down memory lane and learn about the developments of the multifaceted sport in Singapore. Not to mention, you’ll also get to see displays of our local sports heroes and their accomplishments that have contributed to Singapore’s sporting excellence!
Weekdays: 10 am - 8 pm
Weekends, Eve of Public Holidays and Public Holidays: 10 am - 9 pm
THE HALL OF FAME
Start the Museum tour with the Hall Of Fame -- a large display panel honoring more than 50 sporting legends in Singapore! The Sports Hall of Fame (HOF) was created in 1985 by the then Singapore Sports Council (SSC) to recognize and celebrate the achievements of Singapore’s top athletes. This wall is studded with the names of Singapore’s top athletes and highlights their impressive achievements that have brought glory to Singapore!
BUILDING A DREAM
This nostalgia-filled gallery features a collection of rare artifacts that document the origins of local sports clubs and associations that saw many Singaporean athletes rise to fame. The artifacts displayed in this gallery are dated back to as early as the 1950s and shed light on how passion paved the way for sporting excellence in Singapore.
CHASING THE DREAM
Experience this unique gallery that chronicles the various initiatives and policies Singapore has adopted over the years to encourage the pursuit of sports among aspiring individuals. Some of the notable policies that Singaporeans may recognize are the National Fitness Exercise and the National Physical Fitness Award/Assessment (NAPFA), of which the National Fitness Exercise policy was created in the hopes of deepening inter-racial bonding and creating a united Singapore.
The National Stadium is undeniably an iconic national landmark that has hosted several momentous sporting victories, instilling a great sense of national pride in Singaporeans! This gallery takes visitors through the history of the National Stadium from the conceptualization of the former National Stadium to the design process that culminated in the current National Stadium.
LIVING THE DREAM
Molding oneself into a high-performing athlete extends beyond sheer talent to possess traits such as discipline, resiliency, self-confidence, and most importantly the desire to succeed. This uplifting gallery illustrates the journey of an athlete’s life that has led them to become an elite sporting legend in their respective fields!
The Singaporean sporting dream is an embodiment of grit, determination, and dedication which manifests in everyone including professional athletes and spectators alike! For instance, a sport loved by many in Singapore, football is a sport that unites people from all walks of life to cheer on their favorite team together. Apart from internationally renowned sporting events such as the FIFA World Cup, the local professional league, Singapore Premier League has seen its fair share of fans as well!
FIFA WORLD CUP
A global sporting phenomenon that unites soccer fans from all over the world, the FIFA World Cup is a prestigious international football competition that pits men’s national teams against each other across different stages of the competition to finally select the best team as the world champion. The FIFA World Cup display gives soccer enthusiasts a chance to be a part of football’s rich history as they revel in the exciting exhibit that brings football to life!
SINGAPORE YOUTH OLYMPIC MUSEUM
The Singapore Youth Olympic Museum commemorates the hosting of the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games and continues the Singapore Youth Olympic Games Organising Committee’s vision of “Inspiring Youths, Sporting Singapore”. The Museum provides a platform for visitors to discover and gain insights on the spirit of the Olympic Games, learn the Olympic Value such as friendship and respect, and be inspired to embrace, embody and express these values in their lives.