Singapore

20 February 2017
The Southeast Asian football scene is stacked with an ever-growing list of prodigiously talented teenagers. We've scoured the region for the absolute cream of the crop and here they are – FourFourTwo's inaugural series, '20 Under-20'...
14 November 2016
Facing an uphill battle in Group A, can four-time champions Singapore upset the formbook and cause another Suzuki Cup surprise?
9 May 2016
Throughout 2016, FourFourTwo has been digging deep into the rich and colourful history of club football across Southeast Asia. This is the home of all that compelling content and will continue to be updated as the journey continues.
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29 April 2017
Lim Kia Tong will be the new president of the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) after his team won Saturday's historic election.
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28 April 2017
Singapore international Hafiz Sujad’s immediate playing future is unknown after his Thai League 2 club BBCU made a shock announcement it would be pulling out of the domestic competition.
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28 April 2017
After all the mudslinging, the arrests and the mystery of the missing money, the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) will finally have a newly-elected president in around 24 hours’ time.
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Friday, April 28, 2017 - 03:32
The Sultan of Selangor Cup is returning to Singapore for the first time since 2009 and FourFourTwo are giving you the chance to be there.
27 April 2017
There were high hopes on the Young Lions’ class of 2009 to achieve a first-ever gold medal at the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games. Unfortunately they could only repeat their bronze medal feat from the previous edition. FFT takes a look at how things have panned out for that crop of players since…  
26 April 2017
After coming across a FourFourTwo story that suggested Aidil Sharin had involved himself in former Home United coach Philippe Aw's training sessions, the current Protectors coach wanted to set the record straight in our latest 'Telling it like it is'...
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

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