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Welcome to the NUS Students' Sports Club (NUSSSC)!

NUSSSC was established in 1979 and has grown into the largest non-faculty constituent club in NUS, becoming one of the most active and wide-reaching student-run organisations on campus. We are dedicated to being a leading platform that serves to promote community bonding through recreational sports.

To achieve this, we have a family of 18 member clubs, categorised into Martial Arts, Water, Land & Indoor Sports, and 6 major Sports Club Projects, namely NUS Biathlon, SunNUS, NUS Sports Camp, MADNUS, RunNUS and the Inter-Faculty Games (IFG), which serve to provide the NUS population with an array of sporting activities and multiple channels to enrich their university experience. 

Unite & Ignite!

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The National University of Singapore Students’ Sports Club (NUSSSC) is one of the most active student organisations in the campus. We cater to the recreational sporting needs of the NUS community.

NUS Students' Sports Club comprises a central Management Committee overseeing many recreational sports. The Management Committee provides the administrative, financial and logistical support for our sports groups and acts as the link between them, the general NUS population, with Office of Student Affairs (OSA), Sports and Recreation Centre as well as external organisations.

In line with our vision of uniting the NUS population through Sports, we boast a family of 18 member clubs, 2 associated sports interest groups and 5 flagship projects namely NUS Biathlon, SunNUS, NUS Sports Camp, RunNUS and Inter-Faculty Games.

Unite & Ignite!


Sports and Adventure

Organisation Objective(s)

Please list your objectives for the next year.

The 40th Management Committee's direction is to Forge our Legacy, and to Build the Family.

What types of events do you hold?

(For example: social, service, leadership, physical/fitness, etc.)

Sports-related events (exposure courses, introductory courses, regular trainings, competition events, recreational events)