Singapore

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.
4 August 2017
Singapore is turning 52 and to celebrate the anniversary, FourFourTwo have dug into the archives and produced our list of the 52 biggest moments in the country’s football history, in no particular order...
4 August 2017
He will have to serve his National Service at some point, but the son of former Singapore striker Nodin Kalil hopes to make a lasting impression before then… 
3 August 2017
In front of 45,000 baying fans at the Merdeka stadium on August 31, 1989, the Lions were on the cusp of history.
3 August 2017
Plenty are making moves out of their own domestic league to play abroad. Yasir and Sahil were the latest to do so for Singapore and here’s how they and other Southeast Asians fared in July... 
2 August 2017
Home United gained a slim lead in the AFC Cup ASEAN final after Hariss Harun scored a late winner to give his side a 2-1 win at Jalan Besar Stadium on Wednesday night. 
1 August 2017
Home United striker Stipe Plazibat will play a critical role if the Singapore club is to make AFC Cup history. He sat down with FourFourTwo to tell us more of his background, his motivation and his famous friend...
1 August 2017
Home United’s on-loan midfielder Hariss Harun has turned to his parent club Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) for some tips on how to turn the tables on Ceres-Negros for their AFC Cup ASEAN final. 
1 August 2017
In Southeast Asia, football associations are usually viewed with disdain by fans who are displeased with certain policies and the like. But Malaysia and Indonesia recently got it right... 

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