SINGAPORE, 27 JULY 2023 – Singapore will go up against Guam in Round 1 of the Asian Qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup 2026™ and AFC Asian Cup Saudi Arabia 2027™ which will begin in October 2023.
Safuwan Baharudin in action against Saudi Arabia during our Asian Qualifier on 11 October 2019 (Photo: Saudi Arabian Football Federation) SINGAPORE, 12 MARCH 2021 – Singapore will play their remaining Asian Qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™
SINGAPORE, 19 FEBRUARY 2021 – As announced by the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) earlier today, Singapore’s Asian Qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ and AFC Asian Cup China 2023™ for this March have been postponed.
SINGAPORE, 14 NOVEMBER 2018 – The Singapore Women’s National Team will return to Singapore today after concluding their Women’s Olympic Football Tournament Tokyo 2020 – Asian Qualifiers Round One campaign with one draw and three losses.
Putri Nur Syaliza is the youngest in the squad for the Olympic qualifiers SINGAPORE, 22 OCTOBER 2018: The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) today announced the Women’s National Team squad for the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament Tokyo 2020 –
Safuwan Baharudin returns to national setup since last appearance in June 2022 SINGAPORE 8 NOVEMBER 2023 – Twenty-four players will form Takayuki Nishigaya’s squad for the opening two games of the second round of qualification for the FIFA
Winner over two-legged playoff will face China, South Korea and Thailand in Round Two SINGAPORE, 2 OCTOBER 2023 – The Singapore Men’s National Team has been named ahead of the vital first round qualification campaign for the FIFA
Team scheduled to face Group C rival Yemen, Guam, and Vietnam in Hanoi SINGAPORE, 3 SEPTEMBER 2023 – Singapore Under-22 Men’s National Team Head Coach Nazri Nasir has announced a finalised squad of 23 players for the upcoming 2024 Asian
Squad to undergo two-week centralized training camp in Thailand SINGAPORE, 19 AUGUST 2023 – Singapore Under-22 Men’s National Team Head Coach Nazri Nasir has called up a squad of 26 players for centralized training in preparation for the upcoming 2024