Football Association of Singapore

Singapore’s ‘close one eye’ culture and an unquestioning deference to men of power and wealth left the game in a perilous state and will make it hard to clean up, argues Neil Humphreys
Officers from the Singapore Police Force visited the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) premises at Jalan Besar Stadium on Thursday afternoon as the matter of the infamous $500,000 donation took another twist.
18 April 2017
Fourteen people have come forward to run as individual candidates for the six individual Football Association of Singapore (FAS) council seats. FourFourTwo are profiling them all, starting off here with the first seven... 
18 April 2017
As candidates on both sides resort to mudslinging, the sordid accusations show once again that the local game is more interested in its administrators than its footballers, argues Neil Humphreys.
Football Association of Singapore (FAS) presidential hopeful Bill Ng has reiterated his stance the current administration – and particularly general secretary Winston Lee – must come clean over the use of a $500,000 donation made by Ng back in 2014.
A rift has emerged in the run up to this month’s Football Association of Singapore (FAS) elections, with presidential hopeful Bill Ng making some stunning revelations about football in the Republic, drawing a swift rebuke and the threat of legal action from the FAS.
31 March 2017
Football Association of Singapore (FAS) presidential hopeful Lim Kia Tong asserted the local football fraternity can expect things to be done differently as compared to when Zainudin Nordin was in charge. 
23 March 2017
La Liga president Javier Tebas officially opened the association’s Singapore office on Thursday and promised an array of activities for the region as they seek to boost the Spanish league’s popularity. 
15 March 2017
Apart from the unanswered questions that arose when the Lions midfielder’s move to Spain collapsed, the bureaucratic cock-up will again make local prospects wary of taking the overseas route, argues Neil Humphreys 
23 February 2017
Automotive giants Hyundai have signed on as the S.League co-title sponsors, replacing Yeo’s after the beverage company ended its 13-year association with the competition. 


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