League resumes after two years with landmark sponsorship from Deloitte and three new clubs L-R: Albirex Niigata (S) captain Tina Afrida Nasmi, Hougang United player Michelle Lim, Still Aerion captain Stephanie Gigette Dominguez, Tiong Bahru FC vice-captain Raudhah Kamis, Lion City Sailors captain Ernie Sulastri and Balestier Khalsa captain Mastura Jeilani at the Deloitte … <a href="https://www.
Kim Do-hoon’s charges sealed a historic first league title on the final day of the season SINGAPORE, 10 OCTOBER 2020 – History was created on Sunday night as Lion City Sailors FC were crowned champions of the 2021 AIA Singapore Premier League (SPL).
Fans must produce proof of negative ART or have completed vaccination to gain entry at a match venue; limit will be increased to 1,000 fans from 19 August SINGAPORE, 12 AUGUST 2021 – Starting this Friday, 13 August, a maximum of 500 fans will be allowed entry at AIA Singapore Premier League (SPL) matches.
Fans must produce a negative ART test result or proof of completed vaccination at a match venue in order to gain entry A security marshal issues a wristband at Jurong East Stadium, 17 July 2021 SINGAPORE, 22 JULY 2021 – Starting this Friday, 23 July, a maximum of 100 fans will be allowed … <a href="https://www.
Fans must produce a negative test result or proof of completed vaccination at a match venue in order to gain entry Fans at Jurong East Stadium, 24 April 2021 SINGAPORE, 7 JULY 2021 – Fans will be able to attend AIA Singapore Premier League (SPL) matches once again when the 2021 season resumes … <a href="https://www.
Singapore Cup 2021 to be cancelled as rearranged schedule incorporates Stay Home Notice period for National Team players & Tampines Rovers FC’s continental commitments SINGAPORE, 21 JUNE 2021 – The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) released today the fixtures for the remainder of the 2021 AIA Singapore Premier League (SPL) season.
SINGAPORE, 4 MAY 2021 – The 2021 AIA Singapore Premier League (SPL) season will continue behind closed doors starting this weekend, 8 May 2021, in accordance with additional community measures announced earlier today by the COVID-19 Multi-Ministry Taskforce.
Hougang HOOLs in the background during the 2020 AIA Community Shield on 22 February SINGAPORE, 7 APRIL 2021 –Fans will be able to attend AIA Singapore Premier League (SPL) matches starting this weekend, marking another step towards resuming live spectatorship at football matches.