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Syed Firdaus Hassan and Sahil Suhaimi at the airport, 19 September 2022.
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
Nazrul Nazari on the ball, 24 September 2022 HO CHI MINH CITY, 24 SEPTEMBER 2022 – The Singapore Men’s National Team ended their involvement in the Hung Thinh International Football Tournament 2022 on Saturday evening with a 1-1 draw
Shah Shahiran controls the ball, 21 September 2022 HO CHI MINH CITY, 22 SEPTEMBER 2022 – It was a tough Wednesday (21/9) evening for the Singapore Men’s National Team as they went down 4-0 to Vietnam in the opening
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.
MONDAY, 2 MARCH 2020 – National Team Coach Tatsuma Yoshida has called up 25 players from the Singapore Premier League (SPL) for two upcoming training sessions.
MUHARRAQ, 19 NOVEMBER 2019 – A stirring away display on Tuesday evening in Bahrain saw the Lions defeat Yemen 2-1 in their FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ and Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup 2023 Preliminary Joint Qualification Round
SINGAPORE, 17 NOVEMBER 2019 – Singapore National Team Coach Tatsuma Yoshida has called up Fareez Farhan to replace Faris Ramli in the 22-strong squad to face Yemen in their fifth Group D match of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™
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.