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Argentina strolled to a convincing 6-0 win over Singapore amidst the humid weather earlier this evening with Federico Fazio, Carlos Correa and Angel Di’Maria all getting on the scoresheet.   Despite missing the likes of Lionel Messi and Nicolás Otamendi, fans were entertained by the fancy

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Football Association of Singapore (FAS) has announced that Japanese company, Ajinomoto Singapore has signed a 1-year sponsorship for the National Football League (NFL) competition.   Apart from the cash sponsorship, Ajinomoto Singapore will also be sponsoring products such as aminoVITAL Gold, aminoVITAL Protein and aminoVITAL Perfect Energy

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UNIQLO, the Football Association of Singapore (FAS), and the Japan Football Association (JFA) today announce JFA+FAS UNIQLO Football Kids, the first UNIQLO Football Kids tournament to take place outside of Japan, on October 12 at Jalan Besar Stadium in Singapore. As part of its community outreach

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The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) is pleased to announce that Courts Young Lions will travel to Antalya, Turkey, for a training camp from 12 January to 12 February 2014. The month-long training camp will see the Young Lions take on opponents including Azerbaijan Under-21s, Denmark

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The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) is pleased to announce the LionsXII Squad List for the 2014 Malaysian Super League (MSL) season. The team selection comprises a good mix of players from the previous LionsXII squad and the S.League, ensuring that there will be a good

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The Great Eastern Live Great Kids Football Tournament 2013 held this morning at Toa Payoh Stadium attracted 16 teams from schools across Singapore and football academies. Each team was made up of five boys aged 10 and 11 years. The tournament was a golden opportunity

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A total of 16 sports trainers, physiotherapists and strength & conditioning coaches from both the football and medical fields benefitted from the FIFA 11+ “Train the Trainers” Programme, which concluded earlier today. Organised by the FAS’ Football Science and Medicine (FSAM) department, in conjunction with the FAS Medical Committee,

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