Domestic Competitions ● Oct 11, 2018
FFA 18 claims COE U19 Challenge Cup
The ‘Florence Nightingale’ of local football, Nurhafizah Abu Sujad broadens the reach of her quest to keep footballers in top condition, joining the Lion City Sailors while retaining her role as National Teams Head Physiotherapist.
SINGAPORE, 11 OCTOBER 2018: The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) Football Academy 18 lifted the Centre of Excellence (COE) Under-19 Challenge Cup after claiming a 2-1 win over Tampines Rovers FC Under-19 tonight at the Jalan Besar Stadium.
The third placing match, which took place at the same venue yesterday, saw Home United FC Under-19 beat FAS Football Academy (FFA) 17 3-1.
The teams were presented the trophy and medals by FAS Vice President Mr Razali Saad who congratulated them for their good showing in the competition and encouraged the teams to keep working hard.
He said: “The boys did their best for the night…the FFA took their chances well and made it difficult for the opponents. I think for the boys this is the journey that they must continue… training and playing well together as a team but also improve individually as a player for them to market themselves in the next phase of their career.”
Besides the trophy and medals presentation for the COE Under-19 Challenge Cup, prizes for the COE Under-19 League and COE Under-16 League were also presented.
Centre of Excellence Under-19 Challenge Cup
Tampines Rovers FC U19 
(Shagir Firaf 82’)
FAS Football Academy 18 
(Akram Azman 28’, Katz Ellison 75’)
Third Placing Match
FAS Football Academy 17 
(Syahadat Masnawi 53’)
Home United FC U19 
(Anaqi Ismit 10’, 83’, Sharul Shah 62’)
Centre of Excellence Under-16 League
Champions – FAS Football Academy 16
1st Runners-up – Home United FC Under-16
2nd Runners-up – FAS Football Academy 15
Centre of Excellence Under-19 League
Champions – FAS Football Academy 18
1st Runners-up – Hougang United FC Under-19
2nd Runners-up – FAS Football Academy 17