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FAS' REPLY TO MEDIA QUERY REGARDING AFFILIATION TO FAS AND FRUIT MACHINES

On Affiliation to the Football Association of Singapore

“Gombak United FC, Woodlands Wellington FC and Tanjong Pagar United FC are S.League sit-out clubs, and are affiliates of the Football Association of Singapore. Sinchi FC is not an affiliate of FAS.

“S.League sit-out clubs sat out of the S.League to strengthen their financial position. During the sit-out period, they are encouraged to engage the community with football activities for the community at large. Like all S.League clubs, the sit-out clubs are required to submit monthly management accounts and annual audit reports.

“They may apply to return to the S.League when they are financially stable. However, their application will be subject to meeting stringent criteria, and is at the discretion of the FAS and S.League.

“For renewal or application of new membership, affiliates or prospective affiliates will have to provide the FAS with the latest copy of their legally valid Constitution and Regulations or Memorandum and Articles of Association, a copy of the minutes of the Club’s last congress or constitutional meeting or Annual General Meeting, and, if applicable, the Club’s 2015 (or later) audited accounts and completed Registry of Societies returns.

“The new Council will make the decision on whether or not to relook the membership of clubs not regularly involved in football.”


- FAS spokesman 


On obtaining permits for fruit machines

“FAS does not play any role in clubs obtaining permits for fruit machines."


- FAS spokesman 

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