When registering for an event / trials, we receive your request and we will after the end of the registration time ends, send out information on the venue, time table and when to register at the venue and what documentation to show when registering. (for registration purposes, always bring a copy of passport and your Childs student pass).
Information will be shared from the email: [email protected]
Information will also be shared on our FAS website, for boys on the BOYS page and girls on the GIRLS page – under Talent ID.
You will arrive at the venue with your child, where you will do the registration, afterwards you are welcome to observe the trial from the stands. (only allowed to observe from the stands)
Please remember to bring, own clothes / equipment for training (including shin pads, GK gloves if goalkeeper and a water bottle)
At the trial, your child will be doing a technical warm up and afterwards we will facilitate small sided games, so we are able to evaluate the potential of each player attending the trials.
After the trials have been concluded, the Talent ID department creates an overview of the players that attended the trials and makes a decision on which players, that makes it to the next stage of trials.
When the overview is created, we will communicate through email: [email protected] and/or through the boys/girls section under Talent ID.
The players chosen for next stage, will appear on a list, to be invited back.
Th players who are not invited back for the next stages, will not appear on the list, but are welcome to register for our next event/trials later in the year or next year.
As information for those who have not been selected on this occasion, we would suggest that you train on a regular basis with your club/school and keep working on improving your game as undoubtedly some players who were not selected on this occasion will develop later and may well make it into the Development Centers and Youth National Teams in the future
We are doing the trials to facilitate a platform for all players in Singapore to have a chance to show their potential in front of our coaches and Talent ID staff.
Our end goal is to identify the players with potential to be a part of our youth national training groups, teams and development centres.
We are not able to facilitate a change in the day that you have registered your child for.
No, only kids that have been registered online and have received an invite through the registered email can come for the trials.
If you wish to register more than one children, you need to sign in with a different mail.
We would suggest that your child train on a regular basis with her/his club/school/academy and keep working on improving his/her game as undoubtedly some players who were not selected on this occasion will develop later and may well make it into the Development Centers and Youth National Teams in the future.
Singaporeans, kids born in Singapore and kids who are permanent residents.
Then you are welcome to register for the next round of trials, we are not able to facilitate your child coming at a different time/day.
If you have not found the answer to your question, please send your queries via email to [email protected].
The goal of the FAS Talent ID Department is to identify potential talents for the future Singapore youth national teams.
The Talent ID process is done on a daily basis, when our coaches and talent-scouts are watching club- and private academies in games and tournaments, through school games and through FAS trials.
The current selected players for national training groups and development centers can be found under the “tabs – “Boys Team” & “Girls Team”.
For general questions, please have a look at our Q & A Section.
Talent ID – Scout, Education:
If you are interested in being a part of our Talent ID – courses, you can register your interest for future courses, through this link, click here…
The Talent ID department at FAS is managed by the FAS Head of Talent Identification, Kenneth Santa.
BOYS, TALENT ID – TRIALS:
U13, Boys (2024 – U13 COE Teams)
The next round of trials for U13 (U13 / 2011 Boys in 2024), will be on the 1st and 2nd December 2023.
On the above days, from 09.00-13.00, we will conduct trials for boys born in 2011, current U12 players, but U13 players from 1st January 2024. The trials serves as national trials, where the COE Clubs are invited to attend the trials, to identify potential players for their U13 teams in 2024.
Registration is closed (24th November 2023)
The list of the Selected players from the trials conducted 20-21-22 November, can be seen – if you click here…
The next round of trials for 2016-2015-2014-2013-2012 (U8-U12 – 2024 Season), will be on the following dates: School holidays (March 2024)
GIRLS, TALENT ID TRIALS:
The next round of trials for U8-U10-U12-U14 girls, will be on the following dates: School holidays in March 2024 (TBA)
The Talent Identification department will not facilitate any request to change your chosen day or slots after you have registered.
When registering your child, please make sure to register with TWO different emails (That hopefully secure that our information reach you).
If you do not register via the form, your child will not be allowed to take part in the trials.
Parents are allowed to observe from the stands, however they are not allowed to enter the field, or provide comments/speak to the players during the trials.
All players are reminded to bring their training gear, boots, shin pads, gloves (for goalkeepers) and a water bottle.
Parents will be informed if their child/guardian has been selected for the next round of trials via their registered email.
As information for those players that have not been selected through the previous FAS trials, we are planning to have further trials once a year (U8-U12 age groups) in which you will be welcome to attend at that time.
We would suggest that you train on a regular basis with your club/school and keep working on improving your game as undoubtedly some players who were not selected on this occasion will develop later and may well make it into the Development Centers and Youth National Teams in the future.
For more queries, you may drop an email to [email protected].
Please check your spam folder if you do not receive the email.