Double round-robin format for 21st season of top-flight women’s league football; foreign player cap increased from three to four Not in picture: Tanjong Pagar United Football Club SINGAPORE, 25 MAY 2022 – The 2022 Deloitte Women’s Premier
Police SA celebrate winning the WNL title, 13 November 2022 (Credit: FAS / Steven Tan) SINGAPORE, 14 NOVEMBER 2022 – A dominant display by Police SA saw them romp to their maiden Football Association of Singapore (FAS) Women’s
Unbeaten leaders clinch maiden championship with two games left SINGAPORE, 10 SEPTEMBER 2022 – Lion City Sailors FC have secured the 2022 Deloitte Women’s Premier League (WPL) title off the back of an unbeaten run with two matches
League resumes after two years with landmark sponsorship from Deloitte and three new clubs L-R: Albirex Niigata (S) captain Tina Afrida Nasmi, Hougang United player Michelle Lim, Still Aerion captain Stephanie Gigette Dominguez, Tiong Bahru FC vice-captain Raudhah Kamis,
Siti Rosnani Azman in action during the 2019 AFF Women’s Championship (Photo: FA Thailand) SINGAPORE, 3 SEPTEMBER 2021 – Singapore international Siti Rosnani Azman is set to make history by becoming the first local to play in Japan’s first-ever
Course participants take a group photo at the FAS/AFC ‘A’ Diploma Coaching Course, October 2022 SINGAPORE, 7 NOVEMBER 2022 – The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) recently concluded Part 1 of the FAS/Asian Football Confederation (AFC) ‘A’ Diploma Coaching Course.