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National Teams – Age-group ● Apr 16, 2019

Singapore U15 and U18 to take part in Jockey Club International Youth Invitational Tournament

SINGAPORE, 16 APRIL 2019 – TheSingapore Under-15 and Under-18 National Teams will be heading to Hong Kong to take part in the Jockey Club International Youth Invitational Football Tournament 2019. Held from 19 to 22 April, the tournament also features teams from Malaysia, Myanmar, Vietnam and hosts Hong Kong. The 20-strong squad for the U15s …

Press Releases ● Apr 06, 2019

FAS MEDIA STATEMENT ON WINSTON LEE’S WITHDRAWAL FROM AFC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Former Football Association of Singapore (FAS) General Secretary, Winston Lee informed the FAS of his decision to withdraw his candidacy for the AFC Executive Committee (Asean Zone) in the 29th Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Congress and had submitted the withdrawal letter to the AFC to this effect shortly before the commencement of the AFC Congress …

Coaching ● Apr 05, 2019

Zainudeen Hassan to lead Coach Education and Development

SINGAPORE, 5 APRIL 2019 – The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) announced that Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Coaching Instructor Mohamed Zainudeen Bin Mohamed Hassan has been appointed as Head, Coach Education and Development, effective today. Zainudeen has been part of the local football scene since 1996 when he took on his first coach appointment under …

Replies to Media ● Mar 21, 2019

FAS’ response to query on alleged spying during training sessions

“The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) is aware of recent complaints made by Geylang International FC that pertain to other Singapore Premier League (SPL) teams observing their training sessions. While we note that SPL stadiums are also designated as public facilities, we have reminded clubs to be mindful of the professional conduct expected of them.” …

Domestic Competitions ● Mar 17, 2019

Yishun Sentek Mariners win thriller to retain NFL Challenge Cup

SINGAPORE, 17 MARCH 2019 – Yishun Sentek Mariners FC were crowned champions of the 2019 National Football League (NFL) Challenge Cup on Sunday night after a 3-2 win over Tiong Bahru FC. Played between last season’s NFL Division One champions Tiong Bahru and FA Cup winners Mariners, the thriller at Jalan Besar Stadium served as …