SINGAPORE, 15 AUGUST 2019 – The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) is pleased to announce that three more members of the local footballing fraternity have been handed appointments in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Standing Committees for the term 2019
SINGAPORE, 31 JANUARY 2018: The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) Disciplinary Committee reached a verdict on the case involving National Football League (NFL) Division One clubs Yishun Sentek Mariners FC and SAFSA on Monday 29 January 2018, and the Notice
The decision regarding the number of Asian Champions Leauge (ACL) play-off spots granted to Singapore will be confirmed in November after the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Executive Committee meeting. We understand from AFC that we are in line to be
Following the recent incidents and articles that has cast the FAS referees in a negative light, we speak to Mr Mohamed Muzamil, Head of Referees’ Committee to shed more clarity on the situation and also the efforts of the referees.
On case involving Warwick Knights FC “The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) received Warwick Knights FC’s official appeal on 29 December 2017. As per our Standard Operating Procedure, their case will now be referred to the FAS Appeals Committee.
“Teams need to field the minimum seven players for a match to proceed, and the National Football League (NFL) Rulebook 2017 Section A, Article 10.7 states that: “If a team has less than seven players attending a match or fail
‚ÄúThe FAS did not suggest a format change at any point during the season. There was a suggestion from a club regarding promotion and relegation, but after careful consideration, the FAS Competitions Committee decided that there will not be any
On WPL incident ‚ÄúAs per our standard operating procedures, the incident of the Woodlands Wellington FC players leaving the pitch has been referred to the Football Association of Singapore Disciplinary Committee. For amateur leagues with two consecutive games played at
“In line with our plans to further develop football at all levels and provide more playing opportunities for our footballers, the 2017 National Football League (NFL) will comprise two divisions with 12 teams playing in each division. Clubs which participated