“The National Training Centre (NTC) will be a key step towards raising the level of professionalism in football in Singapore. The concept of an NTC is in line with the FAS’ Strategic Plan 2010-2015, as football facilities is one of
SINGAPORE, 3 April 2013; The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) was informed this morning that three match officials assigned to officiate the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Cup match between Tampines Rovers and East Bengal are currently assisting the Corrupt Practices Investigation
SINGAPORE, 28 JANUARY 2013: The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) has named a 23-man final squad for the upcoming Asian Cup 2015 qualifying match against Jordan. Comprising a squad with a blend of experience and youth, the Lions kick off
SINGAPORE, 21 FEBRUARY 2013: Four Singaporean officials have been shortlisted to attend the UEFA’s Centre of Refereeing Excellence (CORE) programme in Switzerland later this year. This is the first time UEFA has extended their invitation to Singapore since the programme was
“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
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 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