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Irfan Najeeb (jersey number 3) in action against Papua New Guinea.
Five debutantes in line to potentially get their first cap for the country SINGAPORE, 8 JUNE 2023 – Singapore Men’s National Team Head Coach Takayuki Nishigaya has named his squad for the upcoming friendlies against Papua New Guinea and
SINGAPORE, 24 MARCH 2023 – Singapore battled to a draw against Hong Kong yesterday night at the Mongkok Stadium, with debutant Lionel Tan scoring a goal at each end.
SINGAPORE, 16 MARCH 2023 – Five players have been handed their debut call up to the Singapore Men’s National Team by Head Coach Takayuki Nishigaya, who announced today a squad of 22 players for the FIFA international window
SINGAPORE, 31 MARCH 2021 – Last week, the Men’s National Team gathered together for the first time in a year to undergo a series of training sessions for the March international break.
Coming from across seven Singapore Premier League clubs, this will be the first time that the squad has gathered in a year and includes seven new call-ups Tatsuma Yoshida with Christopher Van Huizen at a training session, 3 March
SINGAPORE, 6 DECEMBER 2019 – The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) is extremely disappointed with the conduct of the six players of the Singapore Under-22 National Team.
SINGAPORE, 5 DECEMBER 2019 – Singapore recorded their first victory at the 30th SEA Games tournament earlier this evening after putting seven goals past Brunei in their final Group B game at the Rizal Memorial Stadium.
SINGAPORE, 3 DECEMBER 2019 – A resolute performance by Singapore was not enough to prevent defeat against Vietnam on Tuesday night in the 30th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games.
Photo from FA Thailand SINGAPORE, 1 DECEMBER 2019 – Singapore went down to a 3-0 defeat against Thailand at the Binan Football Stadium this evening.