National Team - Lionesses ● Apr 19, 2022

Provisional Lionesses squad named for 31st SEA Games


27 players to participate in Thailand training camp ahead of Group B campaign


Lionesses at the FAS Tri-Nations Series 2022 (Women’s), 4 April 2022


SINGAPORE, 19 APRIL 2022 – Singapore Women’s National Team Head Coach Stephen Ng today named 27 players in the provisional squad for the upcoming Southeast Asian (SEA) Games campaign in Vietnam.


Overseas-based players Siti Rosnani Azman and Nicole Lim have been added to the Lionesses side, who recently ended the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) Tri-Nations Series 2022 (Women’s) with a 6-2 win over Seychelles and a narrow 1-0 loss to Papua New Guinea.


Defender Rosnani, 24, became the first local professional female football player when she signed for International Athletic Club Kobe Leonessa of Japan’s Women Empowerment League last September. She is currently on loan to Kibi International University Charme in Japan’s third tier.


Forward Lim was part of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Women’s Asian Cup qualifying campaign last September. The 20-year-old made her debut then and moved to Scotland after to study at the University of Edinburgh.


As part of their SEA Games preparations, the Lionesses will embark on an eight-day overseas training camp in Chonburi, Thailand starting on 20 April 2022. Three friendly matches with Thai clubs have been lined up for Coach Ng to further fine-tune the squad’s preparation for the biennial competition.


Coach Ng said: “We are fortunate to have arrangements to go to Thailand for more match practice after the recent international friendly matches. With three more matches under their belt, they will gain more match exposure to play at higher intensities while providing them with the opportunity to continue to work on their match fitness and speed of play as we prepare for their Group B matches against Thailand, Myanmar, and Laos.”


Twenty-five players will be available for the training camp, before Coach Ng makes the call for the final 20-strong squad upon the completion of the training trip. London-based forward Danelle Tan and Rosnani will link up with the final squad directly in Vietnam after completing their school and club commitments.


The Lionesses are set to make an appearance at the SEA Games for the first time since 2003. The other editions they took part in were in 2001, 1995 and 1985, where they finished as runners-up.


Singapore Women’s National Team Provisional SEA Games Squad

S/N Name Pos Caps DOB Club
1 Hazel Lim Ya Ting GK 0 3-Mar-02 Balestier Khalsa
2 Noor Kusumawati Rosman GK 37 29-Sep-90 Lion City Sailors
3 Tan Li Bin Beatrice GK 5 29-Jun-92 Lion City Sailors
4 Fatin Aqillah Ridzwan DF 6 11-Jun-94 Lion City Sailors
5 Khairunnisa Khairol Anwar DF 2 21-Feb-03 Lion City Sailors
6 Nadhra Aqilah Saiful DF 4 12-Apr-94 Albirex Niigata (S)
7 Nur Syafiqah Peer DF 2 4-Oct-96 Balestier Khalsa
8 Nur Syazwani Ruzi DF 11 20-Dec-01 Lion City Sailors
9 Nur Umairah Hamdan DF 11 11-Mar-02 Lion City Sailors
10 Nurhidayu Binte Naszri DF 4 16-Mar-04 Bussorah Youth Sports Club
11 Siti Nurerwadah Erwan DF 1 26-Jun-04 Balestier Khalsa
12 Siti Rosnani Azman DF 28 22-May-97 Kibi International University
13 Dorcas Chu MF 9 29-Jul-02 Lion City Sailors
14 Ernie Sulastri Sontaril MF 44 24-Nov-88 Lion City Sailors
15 Ho Hui Xin MF 29 23-Apr-92 Lion City Sailors
16 Lim Ying Xuan Venetia MF 6 14-Oct-03 Lion City Sailors
17 Mastura Jeilani MF 11 10-Jul-92 Balestier Khalsa
18 Nur Afiqah Omar MF 7 15-Oct-01 Still Aerion
19 Nur Farhanah Ruhaizat MF 20 26-Jul-98 Still Aerion
20 Nur Izzati Rosni MF 14 24-May-99 Lion City Sailors
21 Putri Syaliza Sazali MF 8 17-Mar-03 Eastern Florida State (USA)
22 Clara Lau FW 0 23-Sep-97 Tiong Bahru
23 Danelle Tan Li Ern FW 7 25-Oct-04 Mill Hill School (ENG)
24 Dhaniyah Qasimah Zamri Abdullah FW 9 7-Jul-04 Hougang United
25 Nicole Lim Yan Xiu FW 1 10-Apr-02 University of Edinburgh (SCT)
26 Nur Raudhah Kamis FW 20 4-Mar-99 Tiong Bahru
27 Stephanie Gigette Dominguez FW 17 27-Sep-98 Still Aerion


SEA Games Group B Fixtures

Date Match Venue
10 May 2022, Tuesday Thailand vs Singapore Lạch Tray Stadium, Hải Phòng, Vietnam
13 May 2022, Friday Laos vs Singapore
15 May 2022, Sunday Singapore vs Myanmar




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