Vision 2030 began with this question: “How can Sport best serve Singapore in the coming decades?” In our quest to discover the answer to this, we met with more than 500 people for face to face discussions, and obtained the views of another 60,000 through online means. In all, we received some 300 unique ideas which allowed us to appreciate ways in which Singaporeans live, think and see the role of Sport in their lives and in society. These ideas were then categorised and crystallised into 20 recommendations to be implemented as the pillars of Vision2030.
Review of Vision 2030
6 years since the launch of Vision 2030.The sporting ecosystem is now healthier than before – the nation is playing more sport and society as a whole has a stronger belief on what sport can do for us. 68% of Singaporeans now regularly participate in sport, a 25% increase since 2011.
In the last 6 years, we’ve launched a variety of initiatives to reach the masses, enable Singaporeans to champion their health and also give back to society. Amongst the initiatives is SportCares, where we aim to empower vulnerable groups. ActiveSG was introduced in 2014 as a "super sports club" that could reach the masses. CoachSG was developed to uplift the coaching sector.
Our Team Singapore athletes continue to scale greater heights and our Team Nila volunteers inspire us through their selflessness. More recently, the launch of Active Health, a national social movement for health and wellness, aims to motivate individuals to take ownership of their health and well-being, while building social bonds and support through shared interests.
However, we need and want to do more to truly enable society to be built upon a bedrock of caring and confident people. It is with this aspiration that we embark on the review of Vision 2030.
We would like to invite you to be a part of this review. Please let us have your views by filling up the form below.
If the form below is not loaded, you can also fill it in at here