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FAS ● May 13, 2020

Tatsuma Yoshida and nine FAS senior staff establish the OneStrong Fund

SINGAPORE, 13 MAY 2020 – National Team Coach Tatsuma Yoshida, along with nine members of the senior management staff from the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) have come together to establish the OneStrong Fund. This collective trust, which seeks to support less privileged families and children amidst the COVID-19 situation, is a voluntary initiative that …

Replies to Media ● May 13, 2020

FAS response to media query on employment status and welfare initiatives during COVID-19 circuit breaker

“The Football Association of Singapore has not considered neither any form of salary reduction nor retrenchment measures, at any point of time during the current circuit-breaker period.   “While the COVID-19 pandemic has inevitably affected revenue for the organisation, the FAS considers the well-being of every staff member to be of the utmost importance to …

Replies to Media ● Apr 27, 2020

FAS response to media query on resumption of SPL

“The fluidity and constantly evolving COVID-19 pandemic situation makes it very challenging to make any concrete or even scenario based plans for the League and the Cup Competition.   “While the Football Association of Singapore’s (FAS) desire is for the full resumption of the current AIA Singapore Premier League season whenever it is possible to …

Press Releases ● Apr 15, 2020

Local SPL clubs to retain full wages for players and backroom staff

SINGAPORE, 15 APRIL 2020 – The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) has announced that after extensive discussions with the respective local Singapore Premier League (SPL) clubs’ chairmen and relevant stakeholders, there will be no revisions made to the wages of their club players and staff at the current moment.   The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has …

Replies to Media ● Mar 31, 2020

FAS response to media query on possible SPL wage cuts

“The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) has met with the local Singapore Premier League (SPL) clubs and relevant stakeholders to address their various concerns in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.   “The SPL players and club officials are critical to our ecosystem and the FAS will always place their livelihood and well-being as the …