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Replies to Media ● Jan 21, 2020

FAS’ response to query on ActiveSG Football Academy

“ActiveSG plays a significant part in helping to develop the Singapore football ecosystem. The ActiveSG Football Academy (AFA), as like other academies that exist here in Singapore, plays a key role in growing the participation rate at grassroots level and contributing to the development of players.   “To synergise efforts in the development of Singapore …

Domestic Competitions ● Jan 09, 2020

Statement by FAS on Warriors FC participation in SPL 2020 season

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 the Singapore Cup, and the meeting on 2 January 2020 between the FAS and WRFC. …

Press Releases ● Dec 31, 2019

FAS statement on Warriors FC participation in 2020 SPL season

With its present dire financial state, Warriors FC (WRFC) are unable to comply to the Club Licensing requirements that is expected of all Singapore Premier League clubs.   At present, Warriors FC (WRFC) remains liable for a significant amount of debt owed to employees/players and social/tax authorities. These outstanding liabilities have also been the subject …

Replies to Media ● Dec 12, 2019

FAS’ response to query about SNOC statement on FAS’ actions regarding National Under-22 players

“The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) notes the statements made by Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) secretary-general Chris Chan during the post-mortem of Singapore’s performance at the SEA Games on Wednesday (Dec 11).   “Mr Chris Chan’s statement questioning the unfairness of the FAS in naming the 9 players until FAS had completed a thorough …

FAS ● Dec 09, 2019

FAS statement on conduct of National Under-22 players at SEA Games

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 by the Football Association of Singapore (FAS). Shah Shahiran, Hami Syahin and Saifullah Akbar will …