SINGAPORE, 19 JUNE 2020 – The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) has announced today, guidelines and measures for the safe return to footballing activities as sports and recreation facilities reopen for Phase 2 Safe Transition.
SINGAPORE, 19 MAY 2020 – In a bid to effectively streamline match day operation processes for match commissioners, the Football Association of Singapore (FAS), in collaboration with SportRadar, have officially rolled out the Football Management Platform (FMP).
Participants at the AFC Fitness Coaching Course – Level 1B, 27 March 2022 SINGAPORE, 12 APRIL 2022 – The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) Coach Education Department (CED) recently concluded an Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Fitness Coaching Certificate Course –
Participants at the FAS Grassroots Level 1 Course, 27 March 2022 SINGAPORE, 1 APRIL 2022 – The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) successfully concluded a FAS Grassroots Level 1 Coaching Course over the weekend for Singapore Football Coaches Association, an
The limit will be capped at 75 per cent of each venue’s capacity while F&B can be consumed in designated zones, in line with the latest government directive SINGAPORE, 31 MARCH 2022 – The number of permitted spectators
The limit will be capped at 50 per cent of each venue’s capacity with social distancing no longer required, in line with the latest government directives SINGAPORE, 17 MARCH 2022 – The number of permitted spectators at AIA Singapore