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What is Vision 2030?
Sport can develop the attributes to compete in the evolving global conditions: a winning spirit, a respect for teamwork, a commitment to leadership and love of country. Vision 2030 was initiated in 2011 to enable sport to maintain Singapore's social integrity and economic strength. Vision 2030 is a joint project led by Sport Singapore (then known as Singapore Sports Council) and the then Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports with active participation from the public, people and private sectors. With engagement of more than 60,000 people from all walks of life, Vision 2030 lays out the blueprint to posit sport as a strategy for Singapore to meet the challenges in the coming two decades and for Singaporeans to live better through sports.
Read the Vision 2030 recommendations
What sports facilities are available? Where can I go to find more information and provide feedback on sports, such as booking of sports facilities and venues, as well as programmes?
Sport Singapore offers a wide range of sports facilities conveniently located for easy access island-wide. They include swimming complexes, stadiums with track and field, sports halls, tennis and squash centres, netball centres, hockey fields. School facilities such as football fields and indoor sports halls under the Dual Use Scheme are also managed by Sport Singapore and available for public booking. The list of facilities can be found
You can also access the Sport Singapore's website at
to provide your feedback.
What sports programmes and events are available?
Sports should be a way of life for everyone, not just the athletically gifted. ActiveSG is a one-stop lifestyle portal that offers a plethora of sports events and engagements for the everyday sporting individual, and for those who simply wish to know more about the local sporting verve. Find out more about the available sports programmes, or sign up for one or two at the portal.
For more information, please visit
Does the Government provide sports grants and scholarships to support sports in Singapore ?
Sport Singapore provides a range of schemes and support, and work with various stakeholders including corporate and the community to build a sporting culture to encourage participation for all, for aspiring athletes to achieve excellence and to develop a sports ecosystem.
For more information on the various schemes and support provided by Sport Singapore, please visit
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