We asked, you answered:

“We may be getting older but we are young at heart. Sport keeps us socially, mentally and physically active.”

Vision 2030 applauds your spirit. Singapore Sports Council is working with our fellow government agencies on Sporting Seniors to create more innovative space and modified programmes for our Seniors.

To help you age actively, the Coaching Academy will enhance the capabilities of coaches to cater specifically to your needs.

The SportCares Foundation and movement will drive social initiatives for disadvantaged seniors.

Caring for Seniors in Need

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What you said

Some Seniors have limited means. But as people over 50, we need the physical and social benefits of sports more than ever.


The SportCares Foundation and Movement will be able to help. Set up to drive social initiatives through sport, the Foundation will fund programmes to help needy seniors live better through sports.

Integrated Services for Sporting Seniors

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What you said

Sports can help Seniors stay active, socialise and make new friends.


With our partners and relevant stakeholders, we will create a fitness ecosystem to motivate and support our Sporting Seniors. Through an integrated approach, more Seniors will have opportunities to adopt sporting lifestyles.

More Convenience and Accessibility

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What you said

Make sports more accessible, affordable and convenient. How about seniors-only lanes in swimming pools during the morning and a Seniors ‘happy hour’ on rates during off-peak periods?


With the new Sports Facilities Master Plan, facilities will be designed with Seniors in mind. We will work with partners to extend innovations into precincts and parks. Programmes will meet the varying needs of Seniors who want to play sports.

Sporting Seniors

Sport Safety

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What you said

We want to play sport & exercise in a safe environment.


Safety isn’t just about physical space. A new Coaching Academy will train and certify coaches to meet the unique requirements of Seniors. The coaches will customise programmes to suit the abilities, health and fitness of seniors.

Sporting Seniors

Sporting Volunteers

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What you said

We know sports, and we are ready to help people who don’t. Volunteering makes us feel connected and productive.


The new Sporting Volunteers framework will produce more opportunities for seniors to contribute as coaches, trainers, technical officials or event organisers. As volunteers, Seniors will live more engaged and meaningful lives through sports.

Stay Connected and Engaged

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What you said

We need places to play sports. We want to be able to spend times with friends and families and develop friendships with our neighbours.


The next big thing: the “Super Sports Clubs”. This integrated approach to programming, spaces, coaches and players will feature opportunities for everyone, young and old, to learn, develop, play and excel.

Sporting Seniors
Unified Sports

Personal Stories

Ageing Actively

“We don’t want to just create an activity, we want to empower them and give them a better life, through sport...” - Helen Lee



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