2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
8-3-11, 6th in Singaporean Premier League
Football Association of Singapore
612dNeil Humphreys

Sablon prodigies must fill S.League void

FAS technical guru Michel Sablon must nurture rising talent to fill the void of departed Singapore stars in the 2018 S.League, says Neil Humphreys.

Hougang United Facebook
616dKenneth Tan

Pippo Aw backs youth drive for Singapore

Having failed to achieve targets last year, coach Philippe Aw is confident of greater success in his second season in charge of Hougang United.

Football Association of Singapore
620dKenneth Tan

Adam Swandi plots future with Albirex

Japan's Albirex Niigata (S) will have Singaporeans on their S.League roster in 2018, having signed playmaker Adam Swandi and goalkeeper Shahul Rayyan.

Geylang International
621dKenneth Tan

Faris 'sad' to leave 'supportive' Home Utd

Singapore attacker Faris Ramli has given credit to 'supportive' Home United and admit he's 'sad' to leave the S.League club for PKNS FC in Malaysia.

Geylang International
624dKenneth Tan

Faris Ramli leaves Home Utd for PKNS FC

Faris Ramli became the 10th current Singapore international to play abroad in 2018 after securing a move to Malaysia Super League side PKNS on Friday.

627dKenneth Tan

Singapore ace Ridhuan lands Borneo move

Singapore international winger Ridhuan Muhammad, 33, has moved from Warriors FC to Indonesia's Borneo in a stunning transfer for the 2018 season.

628dESPN Staff

Shahril signs with Home United for 2018

Singapore national captain Shahril Ishak has returned to former club Home United for the 2018 S.League season after a year with Warriors FC.

628dNeil Humphreys

Five 2018 wishes for Singapore football

Asia-based football author Neil Humphreys gives five Singapore wishes for 2018 after an annus horribilis in 2017, with no national team victories.

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630dKenneth Tan

Nizam to add strength to Warriors in 2018

Singapore international Khairul Nizam will play for Warriors FC in the 2018 S.League season after rejecting a contract extension at Home United.

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631dKenneth Tan

Shahdan 'hunger' to succeed in MSL move

Singapore midfielder Shahdan Sulaiman believes he can take his game to a new level by joining Melaka United in the Malaysia Super League on loan.

643dKenneth Tan

Singapore aces Hafiz, Shahfiq eye Malaysia

The number of Singaporeans playing overseas could increase in 2018, with four on trial in Thailand and Malaysia, including wide man Hafiz Sujad.

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650dESPN Staff

Selangor set to swoop for Faris for 2018

Malaysia Super League (MSL) side Selangor are set to swoop for Singapore international winger Faris Ramli, according to The New Straits Times.

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656dKenneth Tan

Faris Ramli stays at Home United for now

Singapore winger Faris Ramli may stay at Home United for the 2018 S.League season, despite having attracted interest from Malaysia.

659dPaul Murphy

Singapore GK Hassan to return to Army Utd

Singapore goalkeeper Hassan Sunny is set to rejoin former club Army United in Thai League 2 (T2) from next month, ending his time at Home United.

661dPaul Murphy

Irfan Fandi ponders Bangkok Glass move

Singapore starlet Irfan Fandi is in talks with Bangkok Glass about a move to Thailand for 2018, but admits his ultimate ambition is to play in Europe.

Hougang United Facebook
662dKenneth Tan

Aw bemoans lack of Hougang United goals

"If you don't score, you don't win games -- it's as simple as that," Hougang United coach Philippe Aw said after a disappointing Singapore season.

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662dKenneth Tan

Faris beaten by Nagasaki to top FAS award

Home United's Faris Ramli was pipped to S.League Player of the Year by Kento Nagasaki, of Albirex Niigata (S) at the inaugural FAS Nite 2017 on Monday

Home United FC
663dKenneth Tan

Home United clinch third in Singapore Cup

Home United clinched third in the Singapore Cup after a Amiruldin Asraf goal gave them a 1-0 victory over Hougang United at Jalan Besar on Sunday.

665dPaul Murphy

Hassan gets 'two concrete Thailand offers'

Singapore international goalkeeper Hassan Sunny is set to go abroad after admitting it was "most likely" that he'll be playing in Thailand in 2018.

Bangkok Glass FC
666dKenneth Tan

Plazibat completes move to Bangkok Glass

Home United's Croatian forward Stipe Plazibat has finally completed a move to Thai League (T1) side Bangkok Glass on a one-year contract.

Home United FC
667dKenneth Tan

Hariss, Plazibat ready for Home Utd exits

Stipe Plazibat and Hariss Harun will represent Home United for a final time vs. Hougang United in the 2017 Singapore Cup third-place game on Saturday.

669dSteve Darby

Five ways to fix Singapore football

S.League-winning coach Steve Darby gives five ways Singapore football can lift itself from the doldrums after a winless 2017 for the national team.

Albirex Niigata (S) FC
671dKenneth Tan

Home Utd held, Plazibat goal disallowed

Stipe Plazibat missed out on the Golden Boot after he had a goal disallowed in Home United's 0-0 draw with Tampines Rovers to end the S.League season.