Singapore: A haven for sports enthusiasts

Beyond its reputation as a cultural, culinary, and shopping destination, Singapore annually welcomes some of the world’s premier sporting events, making it a dynamic destination for enthusiasts and adventurers alike. These action-packed events will provide a distinctive way to explore the Lion City while fostering connections with the local community and their shared passions. From the highly awaited Grand Prix Season to golf championships and rugby sevens tournaments, Singapore firmly stands as a destination with adrenaline-pumping sports events.

Adrenaline-filled events in 2024

HSBC Women’s World Championship

HSBC Women's World Championship

Image: HSBC Women’s World Championship 2024

When: 29 Feb – 3 Mar 2024

Experience world-class sporting prowess at the HSBC Women’s World Championship, where the best LPGA players compete on The Tanjong at Sentosa Golf Club to make history. The entertainment off the course is just as electrifying as the action on it. Check out the Fan Village where you can kick back with the family at the lounge, have a go at putting Singapore’s iconic skyline or grab some cool merch from the sponsors’ booth.

JSSL Singapore Professional Academy 7s 2024

The Finals

Image: JSSL Singapore Professional Academy

Join thousands of football fans at Asia’s largest youth tournament held over the Easter weekend. Over 400 teams across 17 countries will compete in this 7-a-side tournament across three accessible venues. And here’s the kicker—snag exclusive deals at top-rated hotels just a quick 20-minute drive from the tournament venues. It’s a great way to blend sightseeing with pitch-perfect excitement.

PTO Asian Open

PTO Asian Open

Ready to claim some bragging rights? Discover Singapore through the PTO Asia Open 100km triathlon, where you get to swim, bike, and run in iconic city center locations with other triathletes of all abilities. Even if you’re not hitting the racecourse, you can still be a part of the action and cheer on the pros. Join thousands of spectators at this multisport festival and soak up the unbeatable race vibes.



Image: HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series

Catch some supercharged rugby action at the HSBC SVNS, featuring 12 men’s and women’s teams in eight cities, including Singapore. This annual series run by World Rugby combines heart-stopping rugby showdowns, music, food, and other fun activities, perfect for visitors looking for a new sporting travel experience. Soak up the laidback vibes at the beach club or check out the food markets to complete the experience.

Grand Prix Season Singapore

Image: Singapore Tourism Board

Every September, Singapore’s Marina Bay lights up as a street circuit for F1 legends to rev up towards championship glory. But it’s not just about the thrilling night races—there’s a whole lot more to ramp up the excitement. Besides all the adrenaline that the race entails, fans attending the race can expect a whole slew of live music and off-track celebrations at the Grand Prix Season Singapore taking place in four unique precincts across Singapore – Orchard Road, Clarke Quay, Kampong Gelam, Sentosa.

Tour de France Prudential Singapore Criterium

Tour de france

Image: Amaury Sport Organisation (A.S.O), Pauline Ballet

Experience nonstop high-speed thrills at the Tour de France Prudential Singapore Criterium—an exhilarating sporting event perfect for the whole family. Witness elite cycling teams from around the world race through Singapore’s specially designed street circuit at Suntec City, whizzing by iconic landmarks like the Esplanade and the Merlion. Ready to feel the pedal power firsthand? Dive into the action by signing up for the PRURide Seeker’s Criterium, open to both amateur and pro-amateur cyclists.

SingaCup 2024


Get ready for the soccer showdown of the year at SingaCup—the biggest and fastest-growing international youth football tournament in Southeast Asia.

Hosted by Dynamique Konzepts Pte Ltd (DK) at Turf City in Bukit Timah, this annual event has been kicking up a storm since day one. Teams from Australia to Thailand bring their A-game, making it an epic clash on the field. DK’s game plan? Score big by making Singapore the heart of youth football. Join us as we aim to host a whopping 160 teams by 2025—because when it comes to football fever, SingaCup is where the action is.


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