About SYOF

Organised by the Singapore Olympic Foundation (SOF), the 6th Singapore Youth Olympic Festival (SYOF) acts as a platform for youths to showcase their sporting talents. The SYOF is a legacy of the inaugural Youth Olympic Games (YOG) held in Singapore in 2010 and subsequently in Nanjing, China.

In 2011, the SYOF was first started to celebrate the first anniversary of the inaugural Youth Olympic Games. The SYOF hopes to inspire more Singaporeans to take up sports and bring youths together to foster stronger friendship through sports.

Opened to youths aged 18 and below, the SYOF aims to promote Olympic values of Friendship, Excellence and Respect. The second and third edition of the SYOF was held in 2013 and 2014 respectively with a total of 6 sports each. The event was held over a week in various competition venues in Singapore.

Our Objectives:

  1. Strong engagement of youths
  2. Quality competition and organisation
  3. Cultivate sportsmanship and sporting culture
  4. Profile and showcase athletes/officials
  5. Create fun and festive atmosphere for everyone

Message from Chairman of SOF

“It is my great pleasure to invite all young athletes in Singapore to participate in the 6th Singapore Youth Olympic Festival (SYOF).

The SYOF, a legacy from the Youth Olympic Games in Singapore, has moved from a biennial event to an annual festival promoting the Olympic values of Excellence, Friendship and Respect. This year’s edition will take us to the will include nine sports, which are popular among our youth in Singapore.

In 2014, our Team Singapore athletes made us proud at the Nanjing Youth Olympic Games – winning four medals in shooting and sailing. Bernie Chin and Samantha Yom became the first Singaporeans to win gold at the Youth Olympic Games.

I would like to encourage all supporters and sports fans to cheer on aspiring athletes in their sporting endeavours. I would also like to thank the organisers, volunteers, participants, officials, sports partners and sponsors for your continued support. I look forward to your participation at the SYOF.”


Yours sincerely
Mr Ng Ser Miang

Upcoming Event Schedule

The upcoming event schedule will be updated during March ~ April 2019 period.

Our Official Partners

ActiveSG
ActiveSG is an all-encompassing and inclusive national movement for sport, brought to you by Sport Singapore. Poised to be a lifestyle destination for Singaporeans, ActiveSG will offer individuals, families and communities ample opportunities to experience and share the joy of living better through sport.

100plus
100PLUS is the pioneer, and also the driving force that redefined the isotonic category with their unique flavour and taste. Bottle by bottle, they have boldly shaken the market, stirring taste buds and winning hearts, and established themselves from a sports drink known only to marathon runners to become the essential hydrating source for millions of people everyday.

Ice Mountain

Ice Mountain is a brand under the F&N umbrella. They are the No. 1 bottled water brand in Singapore, trusted for their quality and purity. F&N is committed to meeting the health and wellness needs of consumers in the region and across the world. They are driven by its overarching philosophy of Pure Enjoyment, Pure Goodness. Currently, they have built a wide and exciting portfolio of beverage and food products with a strong emphasis on healthy enjoyment.

Yonex & Sunrise
YONEX constantly strives for perfection. In order to achieve the best results possible, YONEX is guided by an unshakable company philosophy and a robust set of management policies. Furthermore, the design of their corporate logo is rich with the values and messages they wish to communicate throughout the world. Mikasa Corporation is a sports equipment company with its corporate headquarters in Nishiku, Hiroshima, Japan. Their football, basketball, volleyball, waterpolo and handball are often used for official competitions. Notably, Mikasa volleyballs are the official balls for all Fédération Internationale de Volleyball worldwide competitions, and numerous domestic leagues outside of North America. Mikasa volleyballs are the official ball for the 2012 London Olympics.

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