The National Deaf Games is an annual event platform providing opportunities for the Deaf community to compete against one another in their favourite sports and to encourage higher participation in physical activities which promotes healthy lifestyle.
The inaugural National Deaf Games was successfully organised in early March 2015. The entire event registered 143 Deaf participants. The guest-of-honour, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Mr Tharman Shanmugaratnam, graced the Opening Ceremony of 1st National Deaf Games at Jurong East Sports Centre. More than 250 spectators turned up to watch the action of Futsal.
- Allow members to experience both fun and higher competitive games.
- Provide members with opportunity to play against their own family and friends.
- To boost the recruitment drive for the Deaf sports development programme.
- To identify talents and potential athletes and prepare them for future major games.
Open to Singaporeans, Permanent Residents and foreigners working in Singapore. A participant shall be Deaf or Hard of Hearing and shall be a member of any of DSA affiliated member organisation.
Permanent Resident or foreigner working in Singapore shall be a client member of their national deaf association in their native country. Document proofs are required.
National Deaf Games 2015
Gallery of the captured memories