2014 Australia Sikh Games, Perth
  • Kabaddi is a form of wrestling originating in India and played in many Asian countries under different names. It was first demonstrated at the 1936 Berlin Olympics.

  • Sardar Fauja Singh is a marathon world record holder, the only person over 100 years of age to have completed a marathon and he was an Olympic Torch Bearer at the 2012 London Olympics.

  • Indian soccer teams started touring Asia and Australia in the 1930s. The All India Football Federation (AIFF) was formed in 1937.

  • The Indian men's field hockey team is the most successful field hockey team in Olympic history with 8 gold, 1 silver, and 2 bronze medals.

  • Tug of War is an ancient sport. It is first thought to have been played in India as early as the 12th century AD.

Australian Sikh Games

ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ  ਜੀ  ਕਾ  ਖਾਲਸਾ      ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ  ਜੀ  ਕੀ  ਫਤਹਿ

Welcome to the official website of the Australian National Sikh Sports and Cultural Council (ANSSACC), a registered not-for-profit community organisation. ANSSACC administers and runs the Australian Sikh Games, a national event using sport as a way of:

  • Promoting the values of the Sikh faith
  • Encouraging health and well-being
  • Supporting active community involvement
The event attracts over one thousand athletes and up to 45,000 spectators over three days during Easter. Team sports include Kabbadi, Soccer, Netball, Hockey, Volleyball, Cricket, Basketball, Touch Football and Tug-o-War. Individual sports include Athletics, Badminton, Golf, Tennis and Wrestling.

Perth 2014

The 27th Australian Sikh Games are being held in the wonderful city of Perth, Western Australia.

Date: 18 to 20 April, 2014
Venue: Curtin University, Bentley

All are invited to be part of this exciting mela (carnival) that offers a three day spectacle of sport and culture, to be enjoyed by young and old alike.

Perth is not as far as you may think, so come along, make new friends, acquaint with older ones and relax in Perth, Heaven on Earth.


Clubs wanting to compete in the 2014 Australian Sikh Games in Perth must register with ANSSACC, pay the appropriate membership fees and provide a Certificate of Incorporation / Registration.

Payment due date: 30 November 2013
Existing members: $200
New members: $250

Payment methods:
1. Direct Deposit

  • Account Name: Australian National Sikhs Sports & Cultural Council Inc
  • BSB: 065 507
  • Account: 10190474
  • IMPORTANT: Please insert your club name in the description field when making an online transfer.

2. Cheque

  • Payable to: Australian National Sikhs Sports and Cultural Council
  • Mail to: ANSSACC Treasurer, 9 Alfred Street, Rozelle NSW 2039

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