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Press Releases ● Apr 03, 2013

Singapore Football Clinches National Team of the Year and Four Key Accolades at Inaugural AFF Awards 2013

Three Singapore players also named in the AFF’s First XI  SINGAPORE, 3 APRIL 2013: The Football Association of Singapore is pleased to announce that the Lions have been crowned the “Asean Football Federation (AFF) National Team of the Year (Men)”. In addition, four nominees from the local football fraternity also clinched key awards at the …

Replies to Forum ● Mar 04, 2013

FAS will continue to improve local football

We thank readers Mr Shawn Teo Yi En and Mr M Lukshumayeh for their letters (“Lions need to play against national teams to gain experience” and “Unanswered questions over Raddy’s departure”, Mar 1).     The FAS and coach Raddy Avramovic mutually agreed to focus on the AFF Suzuki Cup, and not discuss any other …

Replies to Media ● Feb 20, 2013

FAS’ reply to media queries on match-fixing

“The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) has a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to match-fixing/football corruption which includes the imposition of permanent suspension from all football activities on any player or official, convicted in a court of law for football corruption offences.   We take a serious view of allegations pertaining to match-fixing and football …

Replies to Forum ● Feb 19, 2013

FAS is transparent and accountable in decision-making

We thank reader Mr George Quek for his views (“FAS right to rebut Fandi’s accusations”, Feb 15).   The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) is grateful for the strong and unstinting support that football enjoys among Singaporeans, including Mr Quek. We appreciate Mr Quek’s call for fans to give us time and support to fulfill …

Replies to Forum ● Feb 16, 2013

FAS’ reply to ST Forum Page: FAS is transparent and accountable in decision-making

We thank readers Melvin Tan, M. Lukshumayeh and Jahangeer K. Abdul Halim for their views (“Give FAS time to pick a new coach”, “FAS could have done better” and “Singapore football should aim higher” respectively, February 16).  The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) is grateful for the strong and unstinting support that football enjoys among …