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Changi Golf Club has a long history, with its origins stretching back to RAF Changi military staff, who first built a basic course on the site in the 1940s. In 1971, the club was privatised, and the course has been upgraded continually since then. The eighth fairway was once listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the narrowest fairway in the world!
20 Netheravon Rd, Singapore 508505
Clubhouse is an upmarket indoor golf club in the heart of Singapore's CBD, which provides an oasis for like-minded people to meet, relax and have fun. We provide exceptional service, high-quality products, and a warm ambiance. Using state of the art Foresight GC Hawk Simulator technology trusted by Ricky Fowler and other top professionals, we’re here to enable more people to take up the game and to help them improve faster than ever before.
The club with a heritage like no other, With over a century of rich golfing heritage, Keppel Club will provide you with a unique golfing experience steeped in history. As one of the few courses located near the hustle and bustle of the city, a challenging and enjoyable time is just a stone’s throw away.
10 Bukit Chermin Road, Singapore 109918
Daily from 7am to 8pm (Course closes on Mondays for maintenance)
A prominent club in the local and regional golf scene since its inauguration in 1993, Laguna National is one of Singapore’s premier golf and country clubs. Laguna National boasts two 18-hole championship courses that have won prestigious accolades and hosted international championships, including the European Tour’s Singapore Masters, the Korean LPGA’s ADT Caps Tour Championship and European and Asian Tour co-sanctioned event, The Championship at Laguna National.
11 Laguna Golf Green, Singapore 488047
This golf and country club opened in the 1990s and was set up to recognise the contributions of Singapore’s NSmen. The 18-hole championship golf course in Changi was originally designed by renowned golf architect Max Wexler, with additions from other prominent designers. There’s a 36-bay driving range on site.
10 Changi Coast Walk, Singapore 499739
At Orchid Country Club, find true relaxation and respite in the embrace of nature’s lush green and sparkling reservoir waters. The sprawling 100-hectare plays host to a duo of clubhouses, a top rate golf course, as well as a wonderland of social, recreational and entertainment facilities.
1 Orchid Club Road, Yishun, Singapore 769162
Nestled amidst 146 hectares of luscious land in the western part of Singapore lies Raffles Country Club, one of the premier golf clubs on the island.
450 Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim, Singapore
The 18-hole gem in Seletar Country Club is a result of the great vision of its founding members. Emphasis on making the most of the natural undulating terrain gave birth to a course filled with tricks, yet breathtaking in its beauty. Blessed with a panoramic vista of the Lower Seletar Reservoir, a rustic country theme enhances the backdrop of clear glistening waters. Bird sanctuaries fringe the course and play home to various species of local and migratory birds, while the addition of waterscapes enhance the overall splendour of the course. The natural undulating terrain gives the Seletar Golf Course a high challenge rating, demanding great ball striking and a sound strategy. It brings excitement to those who try to make par on the course, yet leaves room for others to delight in its beauty. It is little wonder that the immaculately groomed Seletar course ranks amongst the best in Singapore and is a popular choice for private golf tournaments.
101 Seletar Club Road, 798273 Singapore
This club was established in 1967 as a 9-hole course, with the opening officiated by Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew. It became an 18-hole course in 1977, before being fully refurbed – clubhouse and course alike – between 2010 and 2013. There’s a pro shop, a driving range and full facilities and F&B options for members.
249 Sembawang Rd, Singapore 758352
One of Asia’s most prestigious golf clubs, TMCC has earned many awards and accolades over the years for its 2 championship courses – Garden Course and Tampines Course. The Club has played host to Asia’s premier events such as Singapore Open, Johnnie Walker Classic, Tiger Skins, Lexus Cup and, the HSBC Women’s Champions.
25 Changi Coast Road, Singapore 499803
The Singapore Island Country Club story – also the dawn of golf in Singapore – began on 17 June 1891. A special match was arranged to celebrate the birth of The Golf Club, graced by the presence of Governor Sir Cecil Clementi-Smith and his wife. Sir John Tankerville Goldney, the man responsible for forming the club, had the privilege of driving off the first ball in the opening game. The Golf Club had the unique opportunity of witnessing the first tee off, and from here on, golf in Singapore had finally taken off.
180 Island Club Road, Singapore 578774
Warren Golf & Country Club (formerly known as Warren Golf Club) was founded by the late Brigadier Derek Warren of the British 18th Signal Regiment. The Club started with a 4-hole golf course and quickly expanded to feature a 9-hole golf course together with a driving range when it officially opened at Folkestone Road in 1962. Over the years, the Club progressed and it now has an 18-hole championship golf course as well as an extensive range of social and recreational facilities. The Club has a present membership strength of around 4,000, which consists of both local as well as foreign members.
81 Choa Chu Kang Way, Singapore 688263
Sailing & Yacht Clubs
Welcome to our secret hideaway on Singapore’s northeastern rim. At the water’s edge and beneath coconut trees in rhythm to the winds, we invite you to escape the hustle and bustle of the city with us in our version of paradise.
32 Netheravon Road Singapore 508508
Marina Country Club is an extension of your home, this is an extraordinary place where you can relax, dine, unwind, chill out, wakeboard or participate in sea sport activities and relish the company of friends while your children are simply bowled over endless hours of fun and play.
11 Northshore Drive Singapore 828670
ONE°15 Marina Sentosa Cove, Singapore, is a waterfront lifestyle destination offering world-class marina facilities replete with a comprehensive range of exclusive club amenities. From the infinity pool, fitness centre, members’ lounge, modern spa, restaurants and bars, to the 26 tastefully appointed rooms with spectacular views, no effort has been spared to make your time here an absolute pleasure.
11 Cove Dr Singapore
At a time in the mid nineties, when the marine leisure scene in Singapore consisted only of modest traditional yacht clubs and basic boatels in the backwaters, Raffles Marina was born and pioneered the advent of a new genre of modern marinas and country clubs.
Today, even with the arrival of second generation modern marinas, Raffles Marina remains the largest corporate, premier marina, country club, megayacht hub and nautical lifestyle centre, dedicated to your enjoyment!
10 Tuas West Drive Singapore 638404
The Republic of Singapore Yacht Club is the oldest yacht club in Asia and the only members-owned yacht club in Singapore. Founded in 1826, the history of the RSYC goes back more than 180 years to an elegant era when the officers and men of Sir Stamford Raffles were our earliest members.
Our Marina offers modern berthing and marine support facilities both to members and visiting international boats. We are dedicated to sea sports and also provide social and recreational activities throughout the year to try to meet the needs of all members.
52 W Coast Ferry Road Singapore 126887
SAF Yacht Club is To provide effective and efficient club facilities and services to bring forth maximum benefits for Members and Guests, To provide and maintain high-quality training standards for our young, youth and adults in sailing and powerboat handling., To create interactive opportunities for Members to share their passion for boating and sea sports. To be a vibrant club of choice that offers unparalleled nautical experience and produce world class sailors.
43 Admiralty Road West, Singapore
Amateur MuayThai Association Singapore (AMAS) is the main governing body for the sport, overseeing the management of MuayThai activities, coaching, talent-scouting, coordinating competitions worldwide, and promotion of the sport in Singapore.
AMAS regulates and manages the conduct of athletes, instructors, clubs, gyms, and schools in the Republic of Singapore.
5001 Beach Road, Golden Mile Complex #04-07, Singapore 199588
The Archery Association of Singapore is a non-profit organization under the charity's activities and is the governing association of archery for Singapore.
Archery Association of Singapore, 3 Stadium Drive #01-33, Singapore, 397630, Singapore
The Basketball Association of Singapore (BAS) is the National Sports Association (NSA) for basketball in Singapore. It is the national body recognized by Sport Singapore for the promotion of basketball in Singapore.
BAS is the official liaison body for the sport with Sport Singapore, the International Basketball Federation (FIBA), schools, the media, and other national sports associations and organisations.
601 Aljunied Avenue 1 #01-04 (next to Geylang East Swimming Complex), 389862
Lawn bowling is a popular precision game across the world and suitable for participants of all ages. The object of lawn bowling is to roll a ball, or bowl, closest to the target ball, a small white/yellow ball called a jack. The bowl's design, slightly flattened on one side, creates the challenge of the game. The shape of the ball causes it to travel a curved path, or bias. A bowler determines the bias direction of the bowl in his hand by a dimple or symbol on one side.
1A Woodleigh Park, Singapore 357874
Cuesports Singapore, formerly known as The Singapore Billiards and Snooker Council, has been serving the interests of billiard sports since 1892 when it was known as The Billiards Club. It changed to its present name in 1965 and is recognized as the sole governing body for the games of Billiards, Snooker, Pool, and Carom and any other game(s) played on a Billiards, Pool or Carom Table in Singapore.
8 New Industrial Road, #04-03 LHK 3 Building, Singapore 536200
To develop Singapore as a Sports Hub, and a centre for sports excellence and industry, through the development of Equestrian and Para-Equestrian Sport.
To make Singapore a centre for regional and international-level competitions, education, and training in the equestrian sports.
100 Jalan Mashhor, Singapore
FENCING SINGAPORE (formerly known as “Amateur Fencing Association of Singapore”) was established in 1955 and is the national governing body for the sport of fencing. Currently, there are 3000 fencers in the fencing community. By actively participating in international competitions, organising international events and promoting the sport to more youths, Fencing Singapore aims to raise the profile of the sport and to achieve medals at the highest levels of global competition.
3 Stadium Drive, NSA Office, Singapore 397630
The Football Association of Singapore is responsible for developing and advancing the game at all levels. Providing a structure for the game to flourish and governing the running of football in Singapore, the FAS also ensures that the Laws of the Game are adhered to, from the professional Singapore Premier League to amateur leagues.
Organising and running league and cup competitions, the stewardship of international teams, the establishment of a youth development, women’s football, refereeing and coaching frameworks are some of the affairs of the FAS. Mass participation and the appeal that crosses divides makes football the most popular sport in Singapore.
Handball was first introduced to Singapore in the 1980s, however the sport was not well recognised and popular hence it died down. Until 2008 when Singapore started preparing for the Youth Olympic Games, handball reappeared in the sports scene and has since continuously gained popularity till today.
Handball Federation of Singapore is established on 2008 and Youth Olympic Handball Team was initiated to take part in the YOG 2010 held in Singapore. Our YOG preparation started in 2009 through many panels of selection from our Coaching Committee.
Jurong West Swimming Complex 20 Jurong West St 93 #02-05A, Singapore 648965
JKA Singapore is dedicated to the teaching and promotion of authentic JKA karate in Singapore.
69 Jellicoe Rd, Singapore 208737
Jump Rope Federation Singapore is National Federation/ National Governing Body for Jump Rope/Rope Skipping and Double Dutch sport in Singapore. A Full Member of the International Jump Rope Union (IJRU), the sole International Federation for the sport.
The Singapore Karate-Do Federation is the highest authority for the promotion and in governing of all Karate-Do matters and activities in the Republic of Singapore.
262 Bishan Street 22, #B1-287, Singapore 570262
Netball Singapore, founded in 1962, is the national body for netball in Singapore. In 2002, the Association was named a merit sport by the Singapore Sports Council. In 1999, Netball Singapore established the Netball Super League with six teams competing to emerge as Champion.
6 Stadium Boulevard, Singapore 397797
The membership grew and the Association produced some of the best karate-kas in the region in the 1970s. this was evident when a local team beat stiff competition from Japan and the United States and clinched the second runner-up spot in the 2nd World Karate Championship, held in Paris in 1973.
Shitoryu Karate Association of Singapore (SKA), 60 Tessensohn Road, Civil Service Club Level 2, Singapore 328561
Singapore Amateur Boxing Association (SABA), founded in 1930, is the national controlling body for the sport of amateur boxing in Singapore and is responsible for the promotion, coordination, and organization of all local activities.
Farrer Park Boxing Gymnasium, 3 Rutland Road, Singapore 218254
Boasting a membership of 21 affiliate institutions, the Singapore Athletic Association (SAA) continues to build on its proud history and tradition as Singapore’s governing body in the track and field for the new millennium.
Founded in 1934, SAA’s historic footprints began more than 60 years ago when we opened our doors to Singapore’s early athletes at the Farrer Park Stadium. Since then, the SAA has toiled and grown, and is now poised to chart new territories for the future. Under the helm of a new dynamic team of volunteers and full-time secretariat, the association will take bold strides to nurture talents and work towards a holistic athlete development and making competitive athletics a viable career.
Singapore Athletic Association, 3 Stadium Dr, #01-33, Singapore 397630
Singapore Badminton Association was founded in 1929. It has since grown from strength to strength. Today it has a following of several thousand badminton enthusiasts. Before the last war, our badminton players like E J Vass, Koh Keng Siang, Leow Kim Fatt, Tan Chong Tee and S A Durai played well in international tournaments of nearby countries like India.
Singapore Badminton Association, 5 Stadium Drive #02-40, OCBC Arena, Singapore 397631v
Previously known as Singapore Softball Association (SSA), the association was formed in 1960. It was later renamed as Singapore Baseball & Softball Association (SBSA) in 1998 and remain as it is till now.
SBSA objective is to uphold, as the Singapore national governing organization for baseball and softball, the rules of baseball and softball as adopted by the World Baseball & Softball Confederation (WBSC), International Baseball Association (IBA) and Baseball Federation of Asia (BFA), and the International Softball Federation (ISF) and the Softball Confederation Asia (SCA) which are the international authorities
3 Stadium Drive Singapore 397630
Created in 1989 to promote the sport of Petanque to the general public. First introduced to Singaporeans as a recreational exercise for senior citizens in 1985 by the People's Association and the Singapore Sports Council. It takes the Federation many years to change the mindset of the public, that Petanque is a "SPORT FOR ALL AGES".
Room 17 Toa Payoh Sports Hall, 297A, Lor 6 Toa Payoh, 319389
The Singapore Tenpin Bowling Congress was constituted in 1963 at a time when the sport of Tenpin Bowling was strictly for the recreational past-time of a privileged few.
In 2005, the Singapore Tenpin Bowling Congress formerly changed its name to the Singapore Bowling Federation (SingaporeBowling) (SBF), the Constitution was amended and a new logo formed.
Jalan Besar Swimming Complex, 100 Tyrwhitt Road #02-05, Singapore 207542
The SCF is also a proven organizer of high-profile international races. Most recently in 2011, the SCF planned, coordinated and successfully organized the World Canoe Marathon which brought many elite marathon paddlers to Marina Reservoir. The SCF also assisted in the organizing of the 2010 Canoe/Kayak Sprint and Slalom events held during the inaugural Youth Olympic Games.
Through such events, the SCF aims to inspire young athletes to strive for excellence in this sport. Through continued leadership renewal and increasing collaboration with the paddling community in Singapore, the SCF is ever forward-looking and will strive to build on its past successes to attain greater achievements for many years to come.
NSA Office, Singapore Sports Hub, 3 Stadium Drive #01-33, Singapore 397630
Founded in 1949, The Singapore Chess Federation (SCF) is the principal authority over all chess events in Singapore. The Federation is affiliated with the World Chess Federation and members of the Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) and Singapore Sports Council (SSC). SCF registered itself as a society under the Societies Act in 1961 and is also an Institute of Public character, and a non-profit organization with charitable status.
Singapore Intellectual Games Centre, 51 Bishan St 13 #02-01A
The Singapore Contract Bridge Association (SCBA) was formed in 1966, with the objectives of promoting and developing contract bridge in Singapore. As the National Sport Association under the Singapore Sports Council for Contract Bridge, SCBA Promotes bridge, encourages member participation in regional and international championships, as well as organises regular bridge events and tournaments to attract local and foreign bridge players. in accordance to promote Sports Participation, Sports Excellence and Sports Industry Singapore as a sports hub.
Singapore Intellectual Games Centre, 51 Bishan St 13 #01-01, Singapore 579799
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Singapore Cricket Association (SCA) constituted as a society on 4th November 1965 is the official governing body of the sport of cricket in Singapore. SCA is Singapore’s representative as an associate member of the International Cricket Council since 1974 and also a member of the Asian Cricket Council.
The SCA is governed by the Singapore Sports Council, the Commissioner of Charities, the Registry of Societies, as well as the board of SCA’s Committee Members. The SCA Constitution, which is the main governing instrument, has been approved by all governing bodies. The SCA’s constitution comprises regulations for the governance of club memberships, national players, management committee and accounts, amongst others.
229 Mountbatten Road, #03-31 Mountbatten Square, Singapore 398007.
The Singapore Cycling Federation (SCF) is the national federation for cycling recognized by the world body Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) and its affiliated Asian Cycling Confederation (ACC). Among other things, SCF is responsible for the licensing of competitive cyclists, sanctioning of local cycling events, and to ensure compliance with UCI international regulations in competitions world-wide, involving Singapore-registered cyclists and Singapore-registered teams. SCF represents the interests of five main cycling disciplines of Road (including Time Trial), Track, Mountain Bike (MTB), BikeTrial and BMX racing.
5 Stadium Drive #02-44 OCBC Arena, Singapore 397631
In 2005, Singapore became the first country in the world to host both a continental championship (2005 IDSF Asian Pacific Championships) and a Grand Slam Finals (2005 IDSF Grand Slam Finals). The year also saw several of our athletes participating in the prestigious 2005 Asian Indoor Games (Thailand) and the 23rd South-East Asian (SEA) Games (Philippines).
In June 2011, the International DanceSport Federation (IDSF) changed its name to the World DanceSport Federation (WDSF), in line with other world sporting bodies.
Singapore DanceSport Federation, PO Box 0280 Tanjong Pagar Post Office, Singapore 910810.
The Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) is the national sports body for the disabled in Singapore. It is a social service organisation registered with the Commissioner of Charities.
SDSC is the national body championing. It aims to aspire and transform the lives of Persons with Disabilities through sport. Besides providing platforms for the learning of sports, SDSC trains talents to represent Singapore at regional and international competitions.
SDSC depends on the kind and generous contributions of corporate sponsors and members of the public to advance its cause.
3 Stadium Drive #0134, Singapore 397630
The Singapore Dragon Boat Association (SDBA) is the National Sports Association (NSA) for the sport of dragon boat in Singapore.
Sport Singapore, 3 Stadium Drive, #01-33, Singapore 397630
Singapore Floorball Association manages the development and promotion of the game to more than 15,000 players and more than 200 schools and 100 clubs. Through the organisation of Singapore Floorball Leagues, National Inter-Schools tournaments, coaching courses and officiating seminars, SFA aims to promote Floorball to Singaporeans of all ages and continuously improve the standard of the sport locally.
3 Stadium Drive, Singapore 397630
A non-profit organization registered with the Institutions of a Public Character (IPC), the Singapore Golf Association (SGA) is the National Sport Association governing the game of golf in Singapore.
The Singapore Golf Association’s mission is to be a national governing body of golf that monitors golf development, to enhance golfing experience and promote mass participation by providing the fraternity with the support it requires.
249 Sembawang Rd, Singapore 758352
Singapore Gymnastics (SG) was registered with the Registry of Societies (ROS) on 24 July 2003 and gazetted on 15 August 2003 as the National Sports Association (NSA) for gymnastics. SG is also affiliated to Federation Internationale de Gymnastique (FIG) since December 2003.
Its formation by the gymnastics fraternity was supported by the Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) and Sports Singapore (SportSG). In December 2010, SG received the status of Institution of a Public Character (IPC), this allows the association to receive tax-deductible donations.
Bishan Sports Hall 5 Bishan Street 14 # 02-01 Singapore 579783
The Singapore Hockey Federation is the driving force behind the country’s blossoming hockey culture, building a progressive program to cultivate new talent, and taking the hockey community further.
As a brand custodian for the sport in Singapore, we believe in constantly striving for more, whether it’s our core values, or providing support to stakeholders in the community - never backing down, never falling short, and never giving up.
57 Anchorvale Road, #02-08 Seng Kang Sports and Recreation Centre, Singapore 544964
The Singapore Ice Hockey Association (SIHA) is the National Sport Association (NSA) of ice hockey in Singapore; recognized by the Singapore Sport Council (SSC) as the exclusive representative and national organization to operate ice hockey leagues and related programs in Singapore. These activities include programs from basic level hockey programs for children (Learn To Play), to youth programs, an adult ice hockey league, women’s ice hockey and aim to implement both youth and adult annual invitational tournaments in Singapore.
30 Sturdee Road #29-06, Singapore 207852
The Singapore Ice Skating Association (SISA) is a not-for-profit National Sports Association (NSA) founded in 1988 and staffed by volunteers to serve the needs of Singapore's growing community of recreational and competitive ice skaters.
Singapore Ice Skating Association is also a member of the Singapore National Olympic Council, the International Skating Union (ISU) and the Asian Skating Union (ASU). It is also an approved Institution of Public Character (IPC).
3 Stadium Drive, #01-33, Singapore 397630
The Singapore Judo Federation(SJF) is the national controlling body for the sport of Judo in Singapore. Formed in 1965, SJF oversees the pathway development, coaching, and officiating development and the high-performance system for judo stakeholders in Singapore.
The Singapore Judo Federation is recognized by Sport Singapore as the official National Sports Association(NSA) for Judo and is affiliated to the Singapore National Olympic Committee(SNOC), the International Judo Federation and the Kodokan Judo Institute in Japan.
1 Guillemard Cres, Singapore 399913
The Singapore Karate-Do Federation is the highest authority for the promotion and in governing of all Karate-Do matters and activities in the Republic of Singapore with the following objectives:
To promote Karate-Do in the Republic of Singapore and to arrange and organize tournaments and other activities for the benefits of the members of the Federation.
c/o Blk 262 Bishan St 22 # B1-287, Singapore 570262
The Club was founded in 1972 by the late Lim Kwa Chwee sensei and from its humble beginnings the Club has progressed much over the past 40 plus years.
Accorded a National Sports Association status by the National Sports Council of Singapore since its inception, SKC receives much support from the Sports Council as well as the Japanese Association and the Japanese School. As a member of the International Kendo Federation, SKC conducts training sessions and regular grading for its club members as well as members from clubs affiliated to SKC in Nanyang Polytechnic, the National University of Singapore and Singapore Management University of Singapore.
Bras Basah Post Office, PO Box 12, Singapore 911801
The Singapore Modern Pentathlon Association and Club Breakaway are not affiliated officially or informally. There are currently no certified local coaches that are endorsed by Modern Pentathlon's international governing body, The UIPM.
Clementi Sports Complex, 129 Clementi Ave 3, Singapore
The SMF is itself affiliated to the Asian Committee for Climbing Competition based in South Korea and is a council member of the South-East-Asia Council for Climbing Competition. The SMF is also a member of the UIAA, the world body representing climbing and mountaineering.
3 Stadium Drive #01-33, Singapore
Pickleball was first introduced to Singapore in 1990. With the sport growing in popularity, the Singapore Pickle-Ball Association (SPA) was founded in 1995.
The Singapore Pickle-Ball Association (SPA) is the national governing body for the sport of pickleball and also a member of the International Federation of Pickleball (IFP).
23 Lorong 19 Geylang, Singapore 388497
The SPBA (Singapore Power Boat Association) is a National Sports Association under Sport SG, dedicated to nurturing the sport of Pleasure Boating in Singapore.
390 Victoria Street #03-38 Golden Landmark Shopping Complex, Singapore 188061
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Singapore RollerSports Federation (SRF) formed in April 1998 was previously known as the Inline Sports and Skating Association of Singapore (InSSAS).
Singapore Rollersports Federation is the national governing body of roller sports in Singapore, where roller sports refer to any and all forms of skating, except Ice-Skating. The Federation is supported by SportSingapore.
1014 Geylang East Avenue 3, #07-210, Singapore 389729
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Singapore Rowing Association is the National Sports Association responsible for the administer, development and promotion of rowing in Singapore. It act as National Authority under the FISA and to safeguard the interest of its athletes and members.
249 Jalan Buroh, Singapore 609832
From grassroots Rugby to youth development and to our national team. “We inspire our community to excellence with good governance, effective leadership and active engagement”
SINGAPORE RUGBY UNION, 301 Lorong 6, Toa Payoh, Unit 01-05, Toa Payoh Swimming Complex, Singapore 319392
The Singapore Sailing Federation (SingaporeSailing) is the official National Sports Association responsible for the promotion of sailing in Singapore. Since its inception in 1966, the Singapore Sailing Federation has groomed sailors who have achieved breakthrough results at the Youth Olympic Games, Southeast Asian Games, Asian Games and World Championships.
National Sailing Centre, 1500 East Coast Parkway #01-01, Singapore 468963
Singapore Shooting Association is the national authority for shooting in Singapore. It co-ordinates, regulates, advises and administers all matters relating to the shooting sport. This includes Pistol, Rifle, Shotgun and other related shooting activities.
990 Old Choa Chu Kang Road, Singapore 699814
The natural appeal of Sepaktakraw is undeniable for someone who is watching a professional match for the first time. At the highest competitive level, Sepaktakraw athletes perform out of this world tricks like backflips and jumps every few seconds. As the official governing body of Sepaktakraw , we are committed to growing appreciation for this amazing sport.
We are a sport steeped deep in history but we are ready to expand to a new global audience and look forward to your support as we look to even greater global recognition.
No.11 Bedok North St 1 #04-03, [email protected] Singapore 469662
Singapore Silat Federation or also known as Persekutuan Silat Singapura (PERSISI) was formed in 1976 and is registered with the Registry of Societies (UEN Number S76SS0039A). PERSISI has been successfully registered and renewed with Institution of a Public Character (IPC000526) yearly, and received its Charity status under the Charities Act since April 2011. Singapore Silat Federation is also certified with ISO 9001:2008 from Guardian Independence Certification since its first certification in November 2009.
Our members, Silat associations and Silat Clubs, who are affiliated with us are actively conducting Silat lessons in Singapore, island-wide. Singapore Silat Federation is the main governing body for the sport covering large scopes, such as; the management of Silat activities, coaching, talent-scouting, coordinating competitions worldwide, technical officiating (Referee/Jury, and Secretariat services), cultural promotion of the art to educational institutions, corporations, and communities.
3 Stadium Drive #04-02, Singapore 397630, OCBC Arena Hall 4
The Singapore Ski and Snowboard Association (SSSA) attained provisional National Sporting Association status in September 2011. SSSA became a provisional member as an affiliate of the Singapore National Olympic Committee in January 2013. We received provisional membership to the Federation Internationale de Ski (FIS) at the last council meeting in June 2013.
SSSA 2018 is an overall strategic plan to increase the general awareness of the sports of Skiing & Snowboarding in Singapore and to lay the foundation for Singapore’s participation in the 2018 Winter Olympic Games. The Winter Games are to be held in Seoul, South Korea. Singapore’s representation would be a significant achievement as it would be our country’s first-ever representation at a Winter Olympic Games.
250 North Bridge Road #24-00 Raffles City Tower, Singapore 179101
INTEGRITY – The quality of being honest and having strong moral principles despite the challenges that we may face in our quest to attain our vision. TEAM WORK – “Teamwork is the ability to work together towards a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishments towards organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.” –Andrew Carnegie. DIVERSITY – We know it takes people with different ideas, strengths, interests, and cultural backgrounds to make us succeed. We encourage healthy debate and differences of opinion.
3 Stadium Drive #01-33 The National Stadium, SportsHub, Singapore 397630
Singapore Swimming Association is the National Sports Association governing Swimming, Water Polo, Synchronised Swimming, Diving and Open Water Swimming in Singapore.
7 Stadium Drive #01-50, Singapore 397632
Singapore Table Tennis Association (STTA) is a National Sports Association affiliated to the Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) and Singapore Sports Council (SSC).
The STTA is committed to its mission of developing world class table tennis players by identifying, nurturing and motivating aspiring table-tennis talents to become the best that they could be. The emphasis on youth development at the STTA has never been greater and a key goal for STTA is to identify and groom talented athletes from a very young age.
297C Lorong 6, Toa Payoh, Singapore 319389
The vision of the Singapore Taekwondo Federation is that the sport makes better persons and enjoys wide participation and the organization has a tradition of helping potential players realize their dreams of being champions and contributing to the community.
35 Joo Chiat Place, Singapore 427759
We are committed to promoting the continuous development of tennis and its community in Singapore. We are passionate about tennis. We aim to deliver more tennis to our whole tennis community and see the standard of tennis raised for all players. Ultimately, we strive for excellence so that Singapore tennis can compete at the highest international levels.
Jalan Besar Swimming Complex, 100 Trywhitt Road #04-02 Singapore 207542
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Singapore Underwater Federation was established in 1973, the Singapore Underwater Federation (SUF) is also the National Sports Association (NSA) governing Underwater Sports like Finswimming, Underwater Hockey, Underwater Rugby, Free-diving, Scuba Diving & Sport Diving in association with Sport Singapore.
5 Soon Lee Street #01-36 Pioneer Point, Singapore 627607
The Singapore Waterski & Wakeboard Federation (SWWF), a non-profit organization, was registered in December 1975 with the Registry of Societies.
21 Tai Seng Drive, Singapore 535223
Officially registered in January 2001, however, it was an initiative proposed by passionate weightlifting fans in the sporting community. A small but brave group of volunteers (who were not weightlifters, but active sportspeople in their own rights) revived it, and took upon their shoulders to succeed in this challenge.
15-6 Jalan Riang Singapore 358987
Singapore Weiqi Association was founded in 1981. The association has not only succeeded in establishing a foothold in Singapore, but has also attracted attention in the international Weiqi circles. During the late 80's, the association successfully held several international tournamentsand received visits of many Weiqi Grand Masters from China, Japan and Korea. The Weiqi population in Singapore has increased from about 100 in 1981to more than 20,000 in 2000.
Singapore Intellectual Games Centre, 51 Bishan Street 13 #02-01 Singapore 579799
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The official national governing body of wushu in Singapore is the Singapore Wushu Dragon and Lion Dance Federation, interchangeably known as the Singapore National Federation of Wushu. It was established on February 3, 1967 as the Singapore National Pugilistic Federation.
Braddell Heights Community Club, 50 Serangoon Ave 2, #04-01, Singapore 556129
In international competitions, teams are sent every year to participate in Asian tournaments and various international invitational tournaments. Every two years, teams are sent to the World Cup. We also hold a Singapore-Malaysia exchange competition with Malaysia every two years.
In addition to tournaments, overseas or local chess masters are also invited to host chess lectures or hold training courses. In recent years, the Association has attached importance to the promotion of youth chess activities and the training of rookies. Also vigorously promote the development of graphical chess pieces, hoping to cut more non-Chinese players.
The aim of the Association is to popularize chess skills, connect the feelings of chess friends, promote the level of chess skills, and promote the internationalization of chess.
Singapore Intellectual Games Centre 51 Bishan Street 13 #01-01, Singapore 579799
Triathlon Association of Singapore (TAS) is the national governing body for the multi-sport disciplines of triathlon, duathlon and aquathlon in Singapore. It is a not-for profit organisation, founded in 1992. TAS is also a member of the Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC), the Asian Triathlon Confederation (ASTC) and the International Triathlon Union (ITU).
126 Joo Seng Road, #06-04 Goldpine Industrial Building, Singapore 368355v
The Ultimate Players Association (Singapore) is the body responsible for the governance of flying disc sports in Singapore. These sports include Ultimate, Beach Ultimate, and Disc Golf. Founded in 2000, the UPA(S) leads a thriving community of more than 3,000 from the various schools & varsities who play the sport as part of their PE curriculum or as an extra-curricular activity and the many recreational groups that play the sport on a leisure basis.
In 2008, UPA(S) was inducted as a full member of the World Flying Disc Federation (WFDF) the international governing body for all disc-related sports in the world and organizers of the World Club and World National Championships.
VAS is governed by the President and its Council Members with the governance of its Constitution (2012) which is approved by Sports Singapore as well as its various Corporate Members during its 2011 Annual General Meeting on 26th June 2011.
VAS was set up on the 4th November 1961 as a society. VAS is officially registered on the Charity Portal as an Institution of Public Character (IPC) which is a registered charity which are able to issue tax deductible receipts for qualifying donations to donors.
While the first officially registered governing body of wrestling in Singapore (Singapore Amateur Wrestling Association) can be traced back to 1933, wrestling had ceased to exist locally since 1980. The current National Sports Association, Wrestling Federation of Singapore (WFS) was established as a new and separate entity on 18th December 2008. WFS has been successfully registered as a charity and renewed with Institution of Public Character status since 1st of February 2012.
Wrestling Federation of Singapore, 3 Bedok North Street 2, Singapore 469643
Sports & Recreation Clubs
ANZA Cycling is Singapore’s largest adult social cycling club with over 300 active members. Our members ride in bunches over established routes from set starting points, pretty much every day of the year. Some of us train and race at elite/UCI level, others simply enjoy a 60km weekly social spin and a post ride coffee. We cater to all and everything in between.
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Bucks RFC, a Singapore based premier sports club offering our members the best opportunities for local club competitions, regional tours and social events.
The British Chamber of Commerce Dragon Boat team was started in the millennium year of 2000 with the full assistance and support of the British Chamber of Commerce.
Over the years we have gone through many transitions, lost & won a few medals on the way but we are getting stronger and stronger every year.
We practice 3 times a week on Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays so there is always a suitable day to train and fit in to your busy schedule. The team is a great way to meet new friends and find other new interests.
5 Stadium Rd Singapore
The Canadian Dragons of Singapore are dedicated equally to competition and fun and we participate in both Singapore and overseas races. As the first ex-pat paddling club in Singapore, the team has well over over two decades of history and success to build on.
5 Stadium Rd, 397732, Singapore
The Ceylon Sports Club has set a new record for Singapore with 72 hours of non—stop cricket tournament matches. The tournament started at 8pm on September 9 and ended at 8pm September 12. It features 52 teams from schools, corporations, clubs and a soft—ball category. The tournament attracted many expatriates from South Asia, including India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Bangladesh, as well as Australia, New Zealand and Britain.Some 3,000 people attended the tournament.
101 Balestier Road, Singapore, Singapore 329678
The Chinese Swimming Club, set in the idyllic east of the island, is undoubtedly an exclusive choice family club, steeped in a century-old heritage renowned for nurturing top national sportsmen.
The Club’s Principal membership currently stands at 8800 and it occupies 3 plots of land totaling 17,490 square metres in size and is a well-rounded family recreation club offering a comprehensive range of facilities, services and activities catered for the diverse needs of its members and their guests.
21 & 34 Amber Road Singapore 439870
Secretarial - Office, Hash House Harriers Singapore, 46 Jalan Pakis, Singapore 678633
A club by runners for runners. Our runners are passionate about distance & trail running. Join us for progressive runs, time trials & ultra marathons!
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Singapore Netball Club (SGNC) is an open Netball club for experienced female players in the age category 18 to 35 years who want to continue playing Netball at a competitive level.
229 Mountbatten Road, #03-38 Mountbatten Square, Singapore 398007
SIA Groups Sports Club was founded to promote, organise and co-ordinate sports, social and other recreational activities for members of the Club and employees of the SIA Group.
In addition, the Club aims to provide, maintain and operate a vibrant, exciting and welcoming Clubhouse for the benefit of members & their families. Sports & Social events and activities, as well as other programs for Health & Fitness, are organized frequently every year to cater to members’ interests.
726 Upper Changi Rd E, Singapore 486046
As the only American football league in Southeast Asia, SAFL has been building young men of strength and character since 1974. The league is open to all boys ages 10 to 18, and offers additional programs in flag football and cheerleading.
With 13 different Sports Sections ranging from the action-packed field sports of cricket, rugby, soccer and hockey, to our court sports of netball, tennis, and squash, to the challenging lawn bowls and golf, and other more leisurely games of billiards & snooker, bridge, balut and darts, and even a wine circle, there is a competitive and social sport for everyone at SCC.
Connaught Drive Singapore 179681
The Gaelic Athletic Association, in its modern form, was started in 1884, as an amateur sports and cultural association. However, the sports themselves precede the organisation by many centuries with references to Hurling from the 8th century.
The Sports under the GAA banner are Football, Hurling and Camogie, Handball and Rounders. It is the largest sports association in Ireland with 2,800 clubs and over 800,000 members in Ireland and overseas.
71 Loewen Rd, Singapore 248846
We are a ladies Hash House Harriet's club in Singapore. We run on Wednesdays at 6pm. Visitors are very welcome; please just come along and introduce yourself at the run site. Men are welcome on our hash but must NEVER lead the run. If you are part of a large group (say more than 5 people) planning to run with us, please contact a member of the committee at least a day in advance so we can warn our beer wagon to bring enough refreshments!
Singapore Paddle Club is an independent, non-profit sports club dedicated to the establishment of competitive outrigger canoeing and the progression of competitive dragonboat racing in Singapore. We are also home to surfski and stand-up paddling.
46 Siloso Beach Walk, Ola Beach Club, Singapore 099005
The Singapore Polo Club is one of the oldest sporting and social clubs in Singapore. Founded in 1886 by the officers of the King’s Own Regiment, the 1st Battalion, the Club has a distinguished heritage and remains rich in its traditions of camaraderie and sportsmanship.
80 Mount Pleasant Road, Singapore
The objectives of the Club remain: to promote all forms of sports, recreation and social activities through an active calendar of events, as well as to participate in activities of national sports association and the Singapore National Olympic Council. The commitment to sporting excellence is enshrined in the Club’s Constitution and prevails to the present day.
B Connaught Drive Singapore 179682
Singapore Swimming Club is a premier members-only recreational club founded in 1894. Located in exclusive prime residential district Tanjong Rhu, the Club is fringed by serenity, yet merely minutes away from the city centre.
Spanning over more than 30,000 square metres of beautiful landscaped gardens, Singapore Swimming Club is the country’s largest non-golfing recreational club. The Club has an expanse of sporting facilities, including two Olympic-size pools and one training pool for children as well as tennis, squash and badminton courts. It also has a fully equipped gym and a 10-lane bowling centre. The Club’s 10 F&B outlets caters to different gastronomic preferences and palates. As a family club, Singapore Swimming Club regularly organises an array of recreational and social activities suitable for members of all ages.
45 Tanjong Rhu Road, Singapore 436899
Singapore Mixed Netball runs 2 mixed netball leagues a year in Singapore. The MSL which runs FEB-APR and the SR community league that runs OCT-DEC. Our main aim is to work alongside existing netball bodies in promoting the many benefits a healthy lifestyle and sport can bring to both individuals and communities.
Singapore Vikings is a team mainly consisting of Danish Players, who for shorter or longer period are working or studying in Singapore. The Vikings focus a lot on the social aspects of being a footballer.
3 Temasek Avenue, Centennial Towers Unit 10-02, Singapore 039190
Wings Athletic Club is a Singapore-registered non-profit society that was officially founded on 18 April 2000. We organise training programmes, competitive events and social activities for youth athletes, with the aim that all youth athletic enthusiasts will find our Club a place to meet, challenge themselves and sharpen one another.
We believe in building character through excellence; to touch and mould many more lives with this tough yet amazing sport of water polo. We'll teach you regardless of your ability. Ultimately, we aim to instil the value of hard work and dedication into our players to achieve excellence both in and out of the water. With a mindset of "Anything is Possible", we will nurture discipline, build character and confidence.
Queenstown Swimming Complex, 473 Stirling Road, Singapore 148948