SINGAPORE, 9 FEBRUARY 2020 – In light of the rapidly evolving situation with regards to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus, the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) has put in place precautionary measures and protocols for various stakeholders involved in FAS-organised activities amidst
SINGAPORE, 24 JANUARY 2020 – Defending AIA Singapore Premier League (SPL) champions Brunei DPMM FC will take on Komoco Motors Singapore Cup winners Tampines Rovers FC on 22 February in the AIA Community Shield to kick off the 2020 domestic
SINGAPORE, 15 JANUARY 2020 – The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) held its annual Match Commissioner and Venue Manager Seminar over the weekend as part of preparations for the 2020 domestic season. Held at Jalan Besar Stadium, the third
SINGAPORE, 13 JANUARY 2020 – The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) would like to invite interested participants to register for the FAS / Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Futsal Level 1 Coaching Course and the FAS ‘C’ Certificate Coaching Course.
SINGAPORE, 9 JANUARY 2020 – The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) notes the recent press articles and public interest concerning the FAS’ decision for Warriors FC (WRFC) to sit-out of the 2020 season of the Singapore Premier League (SPL) and
SINGAPORE, 2 JANUARY 2020 – The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) invites proposals for the Provision of Ambulance Services for the years 2020/2021, with an option to renew the agreement with the vendor for a further period of two years.
SINGAPORE, 27 DECEMBER 2019 – The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) hereby invites companies to participate in the tender for Provision of Production of Matches for the Singapore Premier League (Tender no. FAS/MKT/2020-2023/01/01). Companies are required to read and
SINGAPORE, 17 DECEMBER 2019 – Registration for the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Fitness Level 1A Coaching Certificate course is now open. Interested and eligible participants are invited to register for the course by 30 January 2020. AFC Fitness Level
SINGAPORE, 9 DECEMBER 2019 – In the matter of the six Singapore U-22 National Team players found to have broken curfew during the 30th SEA Games, three more players were found to committed the same offence after further thorough investigations
SINGAPORE, 6 DECEMBER 2019 – The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) is extremely disappointed with the conduct of the six players of the Singapore Under-22 National Team. They were found to have broken curfew time while on national duty at