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Adam Swandi in training, 19 September 2022 HO CHI MINH CITY, 20 SEPTEMBER 2022 – The Singapore Men’s National Team will face Vietnam in the opening match of the Hung Thinh International Football Tournament 2022 tomorrow evening.
Stephanie Gigette handles the ball, 26 June 2022.
Ikhsan Fandi controls the ball, 1 June 2022 ABU DHABI, 2 JUNE 2022 – An inability to finish their chances proved to be the Lions’ downfall in a 2-0 defeat to Kuwait on Wednesday night at the Al Nahyan
Match on 1 June is part of Abu Dhabi training camp ahead of Asian Cup final round qualifying Singapore captain Hariss Harun, 26 March 2022 SINGAPORE, 12 MAY 2022 – The Singapore Men’s National Team will face Kuwait
The Lionesses will play Seychelles and Papua New Guinea in the FAS Tri-Nations Series 2022 (Women’s) as part of preparations for 31st SEA Games.
The Causeway derby takes place on 26 March as part of a friendly triangular tournament in Singapore, which will also feature the Philippines SINGAPORE, 16 MARCH 2022 – The Singapore Men’s National Team will clash with Causeway rivals
“The FAS can confirm the Singapore Men’s National Team will play two ‘A’ international matches in the upcoming FIFA International Window between 21 to 29 March 2022.
Hami Syahin on the ball in a friendly against Kyrgyz Republic, 11 November 2021 DUBAI, 11 NOVEMBER 2021 – Two early goals proved to be Singapore’s undoing in a 2-1 defeat to the Kyrgyz Republic on Thursday night at
Irfan Fandi in training, 9 November 2021 DUBAI, 10 NOVEMBER 2021 – The Singapore Men’s National Football Team will face the Kyrgyz Republic tomorrow in the first match of their training camp in Dubai.
DOHA, 14 NOVEMBER 2019 – Two first-half goals saw Singapore fall to a 2-0 defeat against Qatar on Thursday evening in an international friendly at the Abdullah bin Khalifa Stadium.