Located about six kilometers from the centre of
the City, The Club stands as a prominent landmark
at the junction of Balestier and Moulmein Roads,
commanding a panoramic view of one of the most picturesque
playing fields in Singapore. A Management Committee
(which includes Lady members), implements the policy,
together with an Immediate Past President and Advisors.
It was founded by early Singapore Ceylonese professionals
to promote sports & camaraderie among residents
in Singapore. Originally known as the Lanka Union
since January 1920, the Club was reconstituted on
11 June 1928 as the Ceylon Sports Club. It has since,
evolved into a premier Family and Sports Club in
The Ceylon Sports Club has set a new record for Singapore with 72 hours of non—stop cricket tournament matches.
The tournament started at 8pm on September 9 and ended at 8pm September 12.
It features 52 teams from schools, corporations, clubs and a soft—ball category.
The tournament attracted many expatriates from South Asia, including India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Bangladesh, as well as
Australia, New Zealand and Britain.Some 3,000 people attended the tournament.