7 Places You Can Go in Singapore to Get Cheap Sports Equipment & Apparels

If you’ve ever complained about how expensive sporting supplies can be then this article is for you.

Sports equipment and apparels can be pricey, but there are places you can go to get them at better prices without forsaking variety and quality.

We’ve compiled a list of 7 of such places to help you lower your expenditure on sporting supplies.


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You can find products appropriate for over 40 sports at Decathlon and at great prices too. Some of these sports include less popular or more exotic ones, such as snowshoeing, petanque, snorkelling and horse riding.

Decathlon only has 2 outlets in Singapore – one at 750A Chai Chee Road #01-01, Singapore 469001 and another at 180 Kitchener Road, #02-03 City Square Mall, Singapore 208539.

You can also purchase from their online store.

Queensway Shopping Centre

Queensway Shopping Centre is well-known for selling cheap sports shoes, bags, gear and apparel. Here, it is not difficult to find a good bargain, especially for running shoes. You can easily find trainers and sneakers sold below the usual retail prices at other places here. Shoes and equipment for a wide range of sports are available here, which is why it has become a one-stop shopping solution for athletes. Queensway Shopping Centre is located at 1 Queensway, Singapore 149053.

Changi City Point

Changi City Point is practically the factory outlet haven of the east.

There are so many sports factory outlets located within Changi City Point – Puma, Adidas, Asics, Nike, New Balance, Royal Sporting House, Branded Outlet, Key Power Sports and Skechers.

The discounts and savings can be quite substantial and sometimes you can even find goods sold at half the retail price! It is situated at 5 Changi Business Park Central 1, Singapore 486038.


If the east is too far for you, how about the west?

IMM at Jurong East also has many factory outlets, including New Balance, Adidas, Royal Sporting House, World of Sports, Nike, Puma, Onitsuka Tiger, Skechers and Premier Football.

IMM is Singapore’s largest outlet mall, located at 2 Jurong East Street 21, Singapore 609601.

Peninsula Plaza

Peninsula Plaza is a great place to shop for sports shoes. You can find trainers from varying seasons in abundance as well as numerous models at good prices. You may not be able to find some of these shoes elsewhere, too.

Stores include Athletes Domain, Feder Sports and Champion Sports. Peninsula Plaza is located at 111 North Bridge Road, Singapore 179098.


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Velocity@Novena isn’t exactly the cheapest place on this list to shop for your sporting goods. However, being a mall catered to sports, the variety and availability of products here is hard to beat.

The more well-known brands would include Asics, Reebok, Key Power Sports, Outdoor Life, Columbia, Sun Paradise, Mizuno, Running Lab, New Balance and World of Sports. There is also an Adidas factory outlet.

However, there are shops that are harder to find in Singapore, such as Marmot, which features outdoor and sporting brands, Salomon, which retails apparel and footwear for trail runners and The Big Country, which specialises in equipment for bike, hike, triathlon, ski and outdoor travel.

Velocity@Novena is at 238 Thomson Road, Singapore 307683.

Lai Sports

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Lai Sports is a good place to visit if you’re looking for tennis equipment. Lai Sports carries a wide range of tennis rackets, balls, bags, shoes and grips. They also offer re-stringing services.

It has been around for decades and will provide you with the latest tennis gear. Lai Sports is situated at 304 Orchard Road, Lucky Plaza, #B1-51/54, Singapore 238863.

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Lynette Tan

Lynette has more than six years of experience in financial analysis and writing, having stepped foot in the financial world as a commodities analyst. With a passion for personal investing and financial literacy, she hopes to help others gain investment knowledge by making investment concepts plain and simple for the man on the street.

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