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Press Releases ● Feb 27, 2019

U19 Women’s team to participate in invitational football tournament

SINGAPORE, 27 FEBRUARY 2019 – A Singapore Under-19 Women’s Selection squad will be participating in the JENESYS 2018 Japan-ASEAN Under-19 Women Football Tournament held from 2-6 March 2019. Head coach Melisa Ye has selected a squad of 16 U19 girls, with girls selected from four different secondary schools, six different tertiary institutions and various clubs. …

Replies to Media ● Feb 25, 2019

FAS’ statement on search for national football team coach

“The FAS have had discussions with several candidates in our search for the National Team coach and are pleased to state that we are at the tail end of the process. “We are working towards an announcement on this matter soon, in time for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers in June.” – FAS President, …

Replies to Media ● Feb 24, 2019

FAS’ response to Hougang United FC’s police report on club staff

“The Football Association of Singapore is aware of this matter, and had raised various inquiries with the Club. A police report had been made, and the police have also arrested a Club staff in connection with this matter. As the matter is currently under police investigation, we will not be able to comment further.” – …

Domestic Competitions ● Feb 23, 2019

AIA partners FAS as new title sponsor of the Singapore Premier League

Two-year partnership reflects joint commitment to supporting progress of local football SINGAPORE, 23 FEBRUARY 2019 – The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) today announced leading life insurer AIA Singapore as the new title sponsor of Singapore’s only professional sports league, which will now be known as the AIA Singapore Premier League (SPL). As part of …

Replies to Media ● Feb 22, 2019

FAS’ response to media query on players facing contract issues with foreign clubs

“The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) is in discussions with FIFA on the establishment of a system for intermediaries to register themselves with the FA. The system will assist in licensing player agents and building a database of FAS-recognised intermediaries. “In addition, the FAS Players’ Status Committee will consider all matters relating to the status …