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WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM TO PLAY FRIENDLIES AGAINST MACAU AND MALAYSIA

Date: 
Fri, 04 Aug 2017

WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM TO PLAY FRIENDLIES AGAINST MACAU AND MALAYSIA

SINGAPORE, 4 AUGUST 2017: The Football Association of Singapore today announced that the Women’s National Team will be playing two friendly matches – at home against Macau on 7 August, and away against Malaysia on 9 August. The two matches will be Women’s National Team Head Coach K. Balagumaran’s first official assignments.

FIFA “LIVE YOUR GOALS” SINGAPORE FESTIVALS

Date: 
Mon, 29 Aug 2016

FIFA “LIVE YOUR GOALS” SINGAPORE FESTIVALS

Brave Lionesses show heart in narrow defeat to Sri Lanka

Date: 
Fri, 29 Jan 2016

By Kenneth Tan

SINGAPORE, 29 JANUARY 2016: The Singapore women’s National Team went down to an unfortunate 1-0 defeat to their Sri Lankan counterparts in an international ‘A’ friendly at the Jalan Besar Stadium on Friday evening.

In what was their first international match in two years, the Lionesses showed enterprise in their play and dominated their opponents for most of the 90 minutes.

CHAIRMAN OF AFC WOMEN'S FOOTBALL COMMITTEE VISITS SINGAPORE

Date: 
Sat, 18 Apr 2015
Moya Dodd's visit

SINGAPORE, 18 APRIL 2015: The “A” and Under-14 Women’s National Teams were honoured when Moya Dodd, FIFA Executive Committee Member, Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Vice President and Chairman of the AFC Women’s Football Committee, squeezed some time out of her busy schedule during her Singapore stopover to pay a visit at their training session on yesterday.

Singapore Women's team end their AFF Women Championship 2011 campaign with a loss to Laos

Date: 
Thu, 20 Oct 2011
Singapore Women Team

The Singapore Women's team concluded their AFF Women Championship 2011 campaign with a 5-0 loss to Laos in a match that was played on Wednesday, 20th October 2011 at the Main National Stadium Sports Complex KM16.

This was the Lionesses' 3rd loss at the tournament which was always meant to be a huge learning experience to expose our talented youngsters on the international front. The match against Laos was their last match and it was held at Vientiane, Laos.

Singapore Womens' succumbed to Indonesia in second match

Date: 
Tue, 18 Oct 2011

The Singapore Womens' team suffered a 3-1 defeat to Indonesia in the AFF Womens Championships, that was played on Tuesday, 18th October 2011.

The match against Indonesia was their second match of the tounament and was held at the Vientiane, Laos.

Singapore's only goal came from Noor Fatin Afiqah, six minutes to the end, after unleashing a grounder to beat Indoensia's keeper, Komala Oktapiana.

Singapore faces Laos next on Thursday, 20th October 2011.

AFF Womens' Championships - Singapore faced strong opposition in opening match

Date: 
Sun, 16 Oct 2011

The Singapore National Womens Team played their opening match of the Asean Football Federation Womens Championships on Sunday, the 16th of October 2011, against Vietnam at the Main National Stadium Sports Complex, Vientiane, Laos. 

The Vietnamese proved too strong for the Singapore National side as they walked out 9-1 winners of the match.

Singapore's Siti Liyana Yahya scored the only goal for the side with a superb half-volley from 30 metres out.

Singapore National Women's Team suffer a 2-0 loss to Malaysia National Women's Team in an International Friendly

Date: 
Sat, 24 Sep 2011
Singapore and Malaysia National Women's Team

The Singapore National Women’s team went down 2-0 to the Malaysian National Women’s team in an International friendly match that was played at Jalan Besar Stadium on the 24th of September 2011.

The rivalry between Singapore and Malaysia on the soccer pitch spreads across all age groups and gender too. This was evident at Jalan Besar Stadium as Singapore die-hard fans made their presence known in the stadium before the kick-off at 5pm with their usual cheers and songs for the team.

In memory of Bernard Tay

Date: 
Tue, 27 Oct 2009

Bhaskaran Kunju

info@fas.org.sg

On October 19 the Singapore football fraternity lost an influential and long serving coach in the women’s football scene. Bernard Tay, a coach with Middle Rangers FC and SMU, suffered a stroke during a friendly match on October 16. He passed away from complications two days later.

Bernard was a well-recognised figure in the football scene and as the coach of Middle Rangers FC, he had led the team to runners up positions in both Pesta Sukan 2009 and the FAS Women’s League.

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