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.
The Civil Service Club serves as the home club for public service officers and is the organizing body for the STAR Games, an annual series of competitive sports played by representatives from different ministries and statutory boards. These games foster friendly competition, and serve as a platform for networking and camaraderie among public service officers.

Beyond its role in sports and fitness, the Club values the well-being and fulfillment of public service officers and their families - be it for family bonding activities, exploring new hobbies, or forging meaningful connections with like-minded individuals, the Club offers a wide range of activities and events catering to all age groups and interests.
Discover the endless possibilities that await you as a valued member of CSC, and embrace a lifestyle where recreation, rest, and quality family time seamlessly converge.

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CSC Clubhouses
Bukit Batok
Bukit Batok
CSC @ Bukit Batok is a hilltop oasis and family destination with water park features including a wave pool, drift pool, 4-storey (8.6m) slide, lap pool, jacuzzi and kids wading pool. The entire Clubhouse is centred around families for their rest and recreation. Besides the pools, there’s a 24-lane bowling centre, BBQ pavilions, indoor playground and more!
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CSC @ Changi is a beachfront clubhouse and staycation destination with 23 quality accommodations ranging from suites to villas. The Clubhouse is located next to Changi Village and highly sought after for providing laid back retreats away from the hustle and bustle, as well as get-togethers and celebrations for families.
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CSC @ Tessensohn is a town club and sports, social and recreation hub. Expect modern and professional facilities such as an Olympic-size swimming pool, banquet halls, cookery studios, dance studio and an auditorium. This Clubhouse is teeming with meetings, conferences, performances and events, as well as social and sporting activities.
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Vision, Mission & Values
Our Vision
To be the Social Club of Choice for Public Service Officers
Our Mission
To provide affordable, quality facilities, activities and services which fulfill the needs of our members
Our Values
Passion, Integrity, Excellence, Respect and Creativity
“There is a need for rest and recreation for members in the Public Service. The pressures upon them have increased tremendously with Singapore’s rapid economic growth and the government’s greater involvement in the economy”
Mr. Hon Sui Sen
The Late Minister For Finance
At the opening ceremony of the Portsdown Clubhouse on 12th September, 1980.
“The Council has an important role to play in organising sporting, social, cultural and recreational programmes for the public service… These facilities will enable the civil service officers of all grades and their families to enjoy healthy recreational activities which are so important for efficiency and productivity.”
Dr. Wee Kim Wee
The Late President of Singapore
At the official opening of Tessensohn Clubhouse on 9th June, 1990.
“Beyond providing modern facilities for enjoyment, the Club plays a crucial role in fostering a One Public Service identity, by establishing itself as a “unique home” for public officers to take respite.”
Mr. Peter Ong
Former Head of Civil Service
At the re-opening of Changi Clubhouse on 4th May, 2015.

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