The Social Club for Public Service Officers
Established on 25th October 1971, the Singapore Civil Service Sports Council (SCSSC) was originally created to oversee inter-territorial games between Civil Servants of Singapore and Malaysia. The Tanglin Clubhouse, located on Dempsey Road, became the official home of SCSSC in April 1972. During this time, the council began organizing a diverse range of sports activities for public service officers.
Although the facilities were modest back then, the vision of promoting sports, fitness, and recreational activities among Public Officers was clear and unwavering; to promote a healthy lifestyle in the Public Service. As the years went by, the SCSSC transformed into the Civil Service Club (CSC) that exists today - a vibrant community where camaraderie, recreation, and well-being thrive.