SINGAPORE, 15 AUGUST 2019 – The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) is pleased to announce that three more members of the local footballing fraternity have been handed appointments in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Standing Committees for the term 2019
“The Football Association of Singapore’s Disciplinary Committee (FAS DC) is a judicial body which is an independent body elected by The Congress to make decisions, inter alia, on disciplinary infringements. The decisions relating to the charges of violence brought against
“The FAS Discplinary Committee, having heard evidence from the match officials, team officials, the players and witnesses produced, was unable to conclusively ascertain whether or not Balestier Khalsa FC player Vrebac Sanjin was slapped by Matthew Tay of Hougang United
1. In the report of TODAY of 5th January 2018, it was reported, inter alia, that Yakob Hashim, a Football Association of Singapore (FAS) Council Member and an official from a National Football League (NFL) club, namely a coach of
“Balestier Khalsa FC player Raihan Rahman has been charged for an act of misconduct for allegedly using a racial slur on an opponent during an off-the-field incident during the Great Eastern-Hyundai S.League match between Balestier Khalsa FC and Warriors FC,
Following the recent incidents and articles that has cast the FAS referees in a negative light, we speak to Mr Mohamed Muzamil, Head of Referees’ Committee to shed more clarity on the situation and also the efforts of the referees.
Revised requirements for Under-23 players in the Singapore Premier League; FAS Judicial Bodies and Independent Committees elected to new term SINGAPORE, 25 SEPTEMBER 2021 – The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) today held its 39th Annual Congress with its
SINGAPORE, 29 JULY 2021 – She may not be the match-winning goal-scorer or the mastermind behind astute tactical plays, but 70-year-old Lydia Lim is just as big a hero to grace our local football fraternity. A multi-faceted pillar, she