About Us

The Springfield Malayalee Association was formed in 2017 to promote and celebrate the Malayalee Culture and Events.

SMA is a charitable organisation which was started by a group of local IT professionals, lawyers, doctors and nurses, and aims to highlight the importance of blood and organ donation, as well as supporting other community initiatives.

Through festivals, fundraising, education and partnerships with community and charity organisations, our goal is to bring people together in the shared spirit of peace, harmony and karma.


Hello all!!! The most awaited SMA Indian Open Badminton Tournament has arrived again. Please save the date (29th July 2023) in your calendar and start registering before it's too late. It will surely be a great day with lots of competitive and enjoyable games. Please click on the Register here button to register ASAP and please note it is limited to ONE ENTRY PER PLAYER to run the schedule smooth and fair. Please make sure to make your entry in the appropriate level of your game. (G1 - Advanced players & G2 - Intermediate players) 


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact one of the event coordinators as given in the flyer. Look forward to seeing you all for the tournament. 

Thank you. 

SMA Managing Committee. 

Join or Collaborate

If you would like to become a member of the Springfield Malayalee Association, please complete our online application and one of our management committee will contact you with more information.

We are always looking to work with the broader community and other charities to further the objectives of our association.  If you would like to participate in an event or festival being held by our organisation, or would like us to participate with your community event or charity, please contact us with further details.

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Who are the Malayalee?

The Malayalee are an ethno-linguistic group native to the South Indian state of Kerala and the Union Territory of Lakshadweep and have the Malayalam language as their mother tongue.

The Malayalee community in India has a history of immigrants to the region from various parts of the world, as well as a unique sub-culture owing to the tropical environment of the state.

  • It has been an honour working with the Springfield Malayalee Association, and sharing in their great work and community spirit.

    Steven Purcell