2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
14-6-1, 1st in Singaporean Premier League
Lion City Sailors name new head coach (1:26)
200d
What will Hariss Harun bring to Lion City Sailors? (1:15)
208d
Johor Darul Ta'zim Football Club
209dAdwaidh Rajan

Hariss leaves JDT, joins Lion City Sailors

Singapore captain Hariss Harun has left Malaysian giants Johor Darul Ta'zim to return home to play with the Lion City Sailors.

Football Association of Singapore
4yNeil 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
4yKenneth 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
4yKenneth 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
4yKenneth 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
4yKenneth 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.

S.League
4yKenneth 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.

S.League
4yESPN 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.

FAS
4yNeil 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.