2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
14-5-3, 1st in Singaporean Premier League
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594dPaul Murphy

S.League hot shot Ramazotti joins PKNS

Two-time S.League Golden Boot winner Rafael Ramazotti has agreed a deal to join PKNS for the 2018 Malaysia Super League (MSL) season.

Football Association of Singapore
607dNeil 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.

Football Association of Singapore
615dKenneth 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.

623dNeil 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.

625dESPN Staff

DPMM perform U-turn on exiting S.League

Brunei DPMM have backed down on their threat to quit the S.League after reports emerged that strict rules imposed on them for 2018 will be relaxed.

634dKenneth Tan

Brunei DPMM set to leave S.League

S.League club Brunei DPMM have stunned FAS by threatening to quit the league and move to Indonesia due to new restrictions imposed by the ruling body.

680dPaul Murphy

Steve Kean agrees to leave Brunei DPMM

Ex-Blackburn Rovers boss Steve Kean has agreed to part ways with struggling S.League side Brunei DPMM after only four wins in 23 games in 2017.

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682dKenneth Tan

Tampines romp in Brunei to grab second

Tampines Rovers pulled off a 5-0 road win over Brunei DPMM on Friday to secure a second-placed finish behind Albirex Niigata (S) in the 2017 S.League.

725dESPN Staff

Raab calls for 'Singapore-only' S.League

Tampines Rovers boss Jurgen Raab has called for an S.League with only Singaporean clubs, which would mean no place for champions Albirex Niigata (S).

730dKenneth Tan

Albirex beat DPMM, climb 12 points clear

Albirex Niigata (S) beat Brunei DPMM 1-0 away at Hassanal Bolkiah Stadium on Saturday night to continue their relentless march to the 2017 S.League.

Albirex Niigata (S) FC
730dKenneth Tan

Albirex without Sano vs. DPMM in Brunei

Reigning champs and runaway leaders Albirex Niigata (S) will be missing top scorer Tsubasa Sano for Saturday's S.League trip to Brunei to face DPMM.

737dKenneth Tan

Faris double as Home United win in Brunei

Singapore's top hopes Home United and leaders Albirex Niigata (S) both picked up victories as the S.League resumed on Friday after a two-week break.

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738dKenneth Tan

Faris aims to keep Home's dreams alive

The S.League season resumes on Friday, with Singapore winger Faris Ramli hoping to shake off fatigue to power Home United against DPMM in Brunei.

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761dKenneth Tan

Home Utd ease into Singapore Cup semis

Home United set up a semifinal meeting with holders Albirex Niigata (S) in the Singapore Cup after accounting for Brunei DPMM in the quarterfinals.

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761dNicolas Anil

Safawi, Davies planned SEA wonder goal

Safawi Rasid says he and Matt Davies practised the move that produced Malaysia's cracking opening goal in Monday's 2-1 SEA Games victory over Brunei.

763dNicolas Anil

SEA Games: Safawi sparks Malaysia victory

Safawi Rasid and Adam Nor Azlin scored in either half as Malaysia beat Brunei 2-1 in their SEA Games opener at Shah Alam Stadium on Monday night.

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763dNicolas Anil

Malaysia 'cautious' of Faiq in SEA Games

Defender Matthew Davies has singled out Leicester City winger Faiq Bolkiah as Brunei's major threat in Malaysia's SEA Games' opener on Monday night.

764dKenneth Tan

Faris double for Home vs. DPMM in Cup QF

Home United bounced back from a midweek AFC Cup defeat to Ceres-Negros with a 3-1 comeback victory over Brunei DPMM in the Singapore Cup QF on Sunday.

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765dNicolas Anil

Malaysia cut eight players for SEA Games

Ong Kim Swee admits it was his "toughest" ever SEA Games selection after dropping eight players from his national U22 squad ahead of Monday's opener.

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765dNicolas Anil

SEA Games: Syafiq primed for Malaysia

Syafiq Ahmad is fired up to score goals when the Malaysia open their Southeast Asian Games campaign against Brunei at Shah Alam Stadium on Monday.

766dESPN Staff

Singapore Cup 'finished' for Stags - Raab

The Singapore Cup is "finished" for Tampines Rovers, who will now aim to win their first S.League title in four years, says coach Jurgen Raab.

780dKenneth Tan

Tampines' homecoming victory vs. DPMM

Tampines Rovers marked their return to the East after a six-year absence with a 2-0 S.League win over struggling Brunei DPMM on Friday night.

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794dGabriel Tan

Geylang held, DPMM top in League Cup

Brunei DPMM FC sealed top spot in the Singapore League Cup Group B on Friday evening after coming from behind to force a 3-3 draw with Geylang Int.

796dESPN Staff

Raab bemoans Tampines defensive errors

Tampines Rovers boss Jurgen Raab was left feeling "angry" after their winless run extended to three matches as they exited the Singapore League Cup.