“The objective of all physical activities is not to make champions, but to make a contribution to the building of a harmonious society.”
– Hermann Brandt (Founder of Tchoukball)
TBAS is now AN nsa!
We are pleased to announce that it is now official - today (28/03/2023) Tchoukball Association of Singapore (TBAS) becomes a National Sports Association (NSA) under SportSG.
LATEST WORLD RANKING (01/01/2023)
Training players to represent Singapore in international competitions every year. Total of 8 teams of different age group.
Training coaches to be competent in technical, tactical and sports related risk management.
Training referees to be competent match officials who can become a FITB International Referee.
1. World Tchoukball Championships 2023 (WTC 2023)
30 July to 1 August 2023, Prague Czech Republic.
1. Asia Invitational Schools Tchoukball Challenge & Exchange Camp 2023
11 to 16 November 2023, BBGB Campsite Singapore.
TBAS is always looking out for suitable corporate sponsors to partner us in the promotion of this unique sport.
“I felt that the training helped me a lot both physically and mentally. I have learnt a lot of values and display them on and off court. Tchoukball has helped me in my academics by helping me destress and focus on my studies. I have seen improvement in my results and am very pleased with the improvement. This year’s tchoukball training has really opened up my eyes. Thank you” - S, M15 Girls team.
“My son has been with TBAS since Pri 4. Throughout these years, the changes that I have seen in him is amazing. Playing in a team sport at such a young age is not easy, it is not only physically demanding but mentally too. He has persevere through all these challenges and I can see that it has helped him develop important life skills. Very often he will tell me about what is going on during his trainings. They learn to set goals and then work towards achieving these goals. They learn that they have to work as a team to win a match and sometimes you win some, you lose some. Such situations actually help him to learn how to deal with disappointment and to take them in his stride, just like in the real world with challenges in school, workplace and his life. It helps him to learn how to cope in competitive environments” - Father of M, M12 Boys team.
“The training programme has helped to nurture me into a more patient person. I used to be very impatient when things don’t go my way. However through the TBAS training, I have learnt to be more patient as I work with my team mates despite our differences and weakness to overcome difficult times as we try to solve issues together.” - K, M18 Girls team.