Press Releases ● Oct 02, 2015

Media Statement


SINGAPORE, 2 OCTOBER 2015:  The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) and S.League have been informed about an alleged bribery case relating to the Balestier Khalsa FC vs Singapore Recreation Club (SRC) League Cup match played on 19th July 2014. We take a very serious view on this matter and are assisting the authorities in their investigations. 


We have always adopted a zero-tolerance policy towards all forms of corruption, including match-fixing.  


We would like to reiterate that any player or official found guilty in a court of law for football corruption offences, or on sufficient proof being established before the FAS Council, will be dealt with severely and with the full extent of our laws, including the imposition of a permanent suspension from taking part in football management, membership and/or the activities of the FAS.


 As investigations are still ongoing, we will not be able to comment further at this stage.