SingaCup 2017 Concluded In Great Football Style
SingaCup 2017, Asia’s Premier International Youth Football Tournament, the biggest edition ever, concluded in great style this morning at The Cage Sports Park! 102 teams battled out in an entertaining fashion throughout 7 days that was
SingaCup 2017, Asia’s Premier International Youth Football Tournament, the biggest edition ever, concluded in great style this morning at The Cage Sports Park!
102 teams battled out in an entertaining fashion throughout 7 days that was witnessed by near 3,000 watchful eyes organized by Dynamique Konzepts, co-organized by Joji. At the end of the week, winners pulled off the competition extremely well despite playing under extreme weather.
Kallang Field was the tournament venue for the inaugural U-8 category. Singapore’s representatives proved to be the better side as both Turf City Football Club and JSSL Football Club pulled off great challenges from the Thais, Filipinos, Malaysians, Japanese and Spaniards to lift the Champion & 1st Runner Up trophy respectively in the first 2 days of the tournament. JSSL Football Club also fenced off intensive battle from Spanish Soccer Club Asia (Singapore) with a score line of 3-1 to lift the tournament’s U-10 Championship at the same venue too.
Tournament continued to be heated out at The Cage Sports Park from the third day onwards. In particular, performance of the Malaysian teams in this edition has been attracting all the positive attentions with their fantastic results. Teams from Indonesia such as ASTAM Soccer School and Indonesia National U-12, also known as BLiSPI Bina Sentra in this tournament, have been outstanding but that did not hold Malaysia’s Shahzan Junior back from registering a convincing 3-0 victory over ASTAM to lift the U-12 Championship.
Indonesian teams are no strangers to winning in the biggest International Youth Football Tournament in Singapore since 2012. Both Indonesian’s Imran Soccer Academy and debutant Football Plus put up an exciting U-14 Final. At the end of the 90 minutes, Football Plus emerged victorious!
In the U-16 category, Malaysian teams continue to dominate! M-League’s Felda Youth took the bronze medals while both Kelab Bolasepak Remaja Shah Alam and Great Oak Manor (Philippines) maintained perfect records to declare joint Champion.
While Malaysian teams dominated the U-12 and U-16 category, Asahan Football Academy and Jogja Istimewa Football did Indonesia proud by presenting all with an All-Indonesian Final in probably one of the most anticipated categories! Asahan proved too strong for their opponent as they defeated Jogja Istimewa 6-0!
In the Girls U-18 Final, Australia’s Footskills (Green) scored an amazing 20 goals and only conceded 1 goal to top the table to lift the Girls U-18 Championship for a record 3 times!
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