SINGAPORE, 14 OCTOBER 2020 – With the 2020 AIA Singapore Premier League (SPL) season set to resume this weekend on 17 October, the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) will be implementing strict protocols to ensure the safety of all match-day
SINGAPORE, 9 OCTOBER 2020 – The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) welcomes the announcement made today by Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth (MCCY) on the approval to resume the Singapore Premier League (SPL) from 17 October 2020. The current
The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) welcomes the move by the Multi-Ministry Taskforce to allow the resumption of full-team training sessions for Singapore Premier League (SPL) clubs. This is a significant step towards having our clubs resuming football as per
SINGAPORE, 28 MAY 2020 – As part of efforts to help local clubs to further develop their capabilities, the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) has developed a lineup of programmes that can be utilised during the current circuit-breaker period.
Photo: Jacob Mahler SINGAPORE, 13 APRIL 2020 – When the 2020 Singapore football season kicked off six weeks ago, it was amid growing concerns over the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe. Various measures and protocols were put in
“With regards to the statement issued by the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) yesterday regarding the precautionary travel restrictions faced by Brunei DPMM FC in the light of the current COVID-19 situation, we would like to update that the 2020
SINGAPORE, 14 FEBRUARY 2020 – Lion City Sailors FC – formerly known as Home United Football Club – will make its debut in the upcoming Singapore Premier League (SPL) season under the new ownership of leading homegrown internet company, Sea.
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, 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