SINGAPORE, 15 MARCH 2021 – The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) is delighted to announce that re-turfing works for the Jalan Besar Stadium pitch has been completed. The installation of the GreenFields Evolution Pro 40 pitch, as part of
SINGAPORE, 7 MARCH 2021 – The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) today announced that Stephen Ng has been appointed as the new head coach of the Women’s National Team and will serve for a two-year term. He was selected from
SINGAPORE, 8 JANUARY 2021 – Singapore Women’s National Team star Putri Nur Syaliza Binte Sazali has made history by becoming the first local female footballer to be offered an overseas athletic scholarship. The attacker, who turns 18 in March,
SINGAPORE, 20 DECEMBER 2020 – Lion City Sailors FC have been crowned champions of the inaugural FAS Women’s Panna Challenge 2020 after five days of intense competition. Held at Expy The Lab in Queensway Shopping Centre, five teams took part
SINGAPORE, 15 DECEMBER 2020 – The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) is set to welcome the inaugural FAS Women’s Panna Challenge from 16 to 20 December this year. This initiative will see the FAS partnering Soccer Girl Goals and Expy
SINGAPORE, 28 MAY 2020 – As part of efforts to help local clubs to further develop their capabilities, the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) has developed a lineup of programmes that can be utilised during the current circuit-breaker period.
In a bid to enhance women’s football development nationally, FAS applied to conduct the FIFA Women’s Coaching Workshop on a yearly basis since 2015. This is part of FIFA’s programme specifically designed for coaches of women footballers. The theme
SINGAPORE, 25 OCTOBER 2019 – Few would dispute that football is a male dominated sport. Indeed, the most popular football leagues in the world – the English Premier League, Bundesliga, Primera Liga and Serie A – are populated with male