Despite dominating for almost the entire 90 minutes and creating a load of chances, the Police Sports Association Women’s fell to Tanjong Pagar United Women’s team, losing 5-4 on penalties, after the match ended 1-1 at full-time. In fact, led
SINGAPORE, 12 AUGUST 2012: The local refereeing fraternity has been given a shot in the arm when news came through that FAS will be sending its first woman referee to a FIFA international tournament. Ms Abirami d/o Apbai Naidu, who
Singapore, 31 July 2012 – Bowen Secondary School triumphed over Queensway Secondary School 3-0 to clinch the 2012 Singapore Schools Sports Council/Football Association of Singapore National Inter-Schools Football C Division Girls Championships 2012 on Tuesday afternoon at Jalan Besar Stadium.
Following the recent incidents and articles that has cast the FAS referees in a negative light, we speak to Mr Mohamed Muzamil, Head of Referees’ Committee to shed more clarity on the situation and also the efforts of the referees.
SINGAPORE, 29 MAY 2012: The Football Association of Singapore Referees’ Disciplinary Committee (DC) convened yesterday at the Jalan Besar Stadium, to hear two charges against FAS Referee Mr T Aravinthan. The FAS Referees’ DC was chaired by FAS Referees’ Committee
Despite dominating the whole seventy minutes of the game, Meridian JC, the favourites for the 2012 SSSC/FAS National Inter-School Girls Football Championship A Division, still somehow found themselves losing the game. That decisive goal came from Raffles Institution’s No.23, left winger