Community Sports

The People’s Association works through Community Sports Clubs (CSCs) to foster community bonding through a wide array of sports activities for residents to participate and interact with one another.

Over the years, the CSC flagship programmes have included One Community Walk, Community Sports Festival and Community Sports Day, along with evergreen programmes like the PAssion Children’s Football and the ever popular Singapore Community Games.

Other than these flagship programmes, the CSCs at the grassroots level organises an array of activities such as brisk walks, mass swims, sports carnivals, bowling, badminton, football and sepaktakraw, and in recent years also included ultimate frisbee, kin-ball and floorball.  Here are the highlights of our key programmes.

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Singapore Community Games

Singapore Community Games

The Singapore Community Games (SCG) is a multi-sports competition held across the island. Introduced in 2012, Singapore Community Games aims to bring sports to the heart of the community and connect residents of different ages, races and living across different estates.

In the 2019 edition of the Singapore Community Games, residents took part in Badminton, Table Tennis, Sepaktakraw (Men's Open), Men's Basketball 3-on-3, Bowling, Men's Football 5-a-side and the Community Ultra Ekiden from March to May at various venues island-wide.  Look out for the Singapore Community Games 2020!

PAssion Children's Football

PAssion Children's Football

The PAssion Children’s Football (PACF) programme, formerly known as the Children’s Football League, was initiated in 2004 by the People’s Association.  The programme is a platform for children aged 5 to 12 years old, regardless of gender, to spend quality family time with their parents and bond with the community through football.

With the motto “Every Child is a Champion,” the objective of PAssion Children’s Football is to promote family and community bonding while developing children’s physical and social skills through football.

Parent Volunteers are a vital part of the programme and thus parents are encouraged to participate as assistant coaches and facilitators.  Regular workshops are organised to equip Parent Volunteers with the knowledge and skills on football training for children, first-aid, etc.

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Page updated 25 Feb 2020