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 S.League to amateur leagues.
100 Tyrwhitt Road, Jalan Besar Stadium, Singapore 207542
Its MISSION - "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."
100 Tyrwhitt Road, #04-02 (Jalan Besar Swimming Complex), Singapore 207542
The Singapore Weiqi Association is a Go association in Singapore. Founded in 1981, it aims to promote the game of Go in Singapore and improve the skills of local Go players. The association is training more than 3000 students each year at clubhouses and schools.
MISSION - The SPBA is a non-profit organization dedicated to nurturing a passion for power boating in Singapore through the safe and skillful use of pleasure crafts, by organizing PPCDL training courses and rental of powerboats to the general public.
Formed in 1966, with the objectives of promoting and developing contract bridge in Singapore. Whether you have just learnt bridge, or are new to the local bridge community, joining it would be the fastest way to get linked to all sorts of Bridge events and fun!
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The Basketball Association of Singapore (BAS) is the National Sports Association (NSA) for basketball in Singapore. It is the national body recognised by the Singapore Sports Council (SSC) for the promotion of basketball in Singapore.
It's the National Sports Authority (NSA) for the sport of dragon boat in Singapore. Its vision: To develop sporting excellence in the sport of Dragon Boat and to cultivate mass participation in the sport.
Kallang Water Sports Centre, No. 10 Stadium Lane, Kallang, Singapore 397774
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.
Objectives - To act as the sole controlling and governing body of the games of Billiards, Snooker, Pool and Carom and any other game(s) played on a Billiards, Pool or Carom Table in Singapore , and to draw up or adopt from any accredited source the Rules and Regulations for such games....
12 West Coast Walk #03-12A, West Coast Recreation Centre, Singapore 127157
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, ASEAN Chess Confederation, and members of the Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) and Singapore Sports Council (SSC).
51 Bishan Street 13, #02-01A SIGC, Singapore 579799
SDSC is the only organisation in Singapore that caters sports for persons across all kinds of disabilities. It aims to help people with disabilities to lead full and independent lives through sports. Besides providing sporting opportunities for them to realize their potential, SDSC trains talents to represent Singapore and pursue excellence at regional and international competitions.
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.
Silat Centre of Excellence, No. 7 Bedok North Street 2, #01-01, #02-01,
Special Olympics Singapore is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.
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.
The Singapore Sailing Federation is the national sports association responsible for the management and organisation of the sport of sailing in Singapore, with affiliations to organisations such as the Singapore National Olympic Council and the International Sailing Federation (ISAF).
1500 East Coast Parkway, National Sailing Centre, Singapore 468963
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: To develop world class table tennis players by identifying, nurturing and motivating aspiring table-tennis talents to become the best that they could be.
Singapore Badminton Association (SBA) is the National Sporting Association (NSA) for badminton. The association is charged with the training and performance of our national athletes and the national and international competitions.
The Mission of the Federation is to inculcate the right values in its members, promote the art and sport widely, provide participants with optimum opportunities to develop their potential by having sound support, development programmes and services and play a role in supporting the Singapore Government's programmes and helping charitable causes.
MISSION.To Groom, Nurture & Sustain a pool of Baseball and Softball Players and Officials, driven by fair play and solidarity, to foster friendship amongst the fraternity, enriched by the experience en-route to excellence.
Postal Address : Novena Post Office P.O. Box 156, Singapore 913017
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.
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. It is the sole national authority affiliated to the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF).
National Shooting Centre, 990 Old Choa Chu Kang Road, Singapore 699814
The Singapore Squash Rackets Association (SSRA) is the governing body for squash in Singapore. Its primary role is to develop the infrastructure to popularise squash, both as a recreational and competitive sport.
45 Jalan Pemimpin, Foo Wah Industrial Building, #11-05, Singapore 577197
SingaporeBowling is the National governing body of the Sport of Tenpin Bowling in Singapore and recognised as such by the Singapore National Olympic Council and the Government, the latter through its Ministry of Sports and the Singapore Sports Council.
100 Tyrwhitt Road, #02-05 Jalan Besar Swimming Complex, Singapore 207542
The Singapore Canoe Federation (SCF) was founded in 1971. It represents the interest of its athletes and members. The SCF aims to promote opportunity for public participation in a full range of canoeing activities in Singapore with high standards of safety.
The Singapore Waterski & Wakeboard Federation (SWWF) is a National Sporting Association (NSA) and is the National Governing Body for waterskiing and wakeboarding in the Republic of Singapore, as recognised and supported by the Singapore Sports Council. The SWWF is affiliated to the Singapore National Olympic Council and the International Waterski Federation.
SWF is a National Sports Association under the purview of the Singapore Sports Council. It is the mission of the Singapore Weightlifting Federation is to establish the necessary programmes to facilitate and encourage increased participation in the sport as well as maximizing the resources available to ensure the competitiveness of the athletes with a strong and efficient management team.
Mailing Address: 15-6 Jalan Riang, Singapore 358987
Singapore Gymnastics (SG) is the National Sport Association for gymnastics in Singapore. Its Mission: To promote gymnastics as a sport for all ages and to develop world class athletes who consistently win medals at the South East Asian Games, Asian Games, Commonwealth Games, and other Games.
The Singapore Floorball Association (SFA) was formed in 1995. It aims to encourage, develop and manage the sport of Floorball at national and international levels in Singapore. It also strives to promote Floorball to countries within the region. The association is constantly working to increase participation in Floorball and provide more playing opportunities for Singaporeans of all ages.
26 Jalan Benaan Kapal, Kallang Park, Singapore 399629
Established in 1973 the Singapore Underwater Federation SUF is a National Sports Association (NSA) affiliated with Singapore Sports Council (SSC), Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) and Singapore Environmental Council (SEC). SUF Main focus is promote diving-snorkeling for all age groups as an affordable / safe sport and create environmental awareness.