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Just when all Singapore football fans are starting to adjust to the new football scene in Year 2015, a couple of months quickly flashed past but not without any excitement. In fact if you ask us, these months could be one of the best Singapore

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  It was warm at the Stadium and the crowd was forming in front of the platform. I squeezed in with my team mates and the furthest we could do so was about 5meters from the award presentation area. Slowly but gracefully, the players walked up

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PUMA launched Tricks, a new colorful interpretation of its evoPOWER and evoSPEED football boots, made for the unbelievable at the 2014 FIFA World CupTM in Brazil. Players such as Italy’s Mario Balotelli, Argentina's Sergio Agüero, Spain's Cesc Fàbregas, just to name a few, are already wearing the unique Pink

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The Great Eastern Charity Shield 2014 between Tampines Rovers FC and Home United FC kicked off last evening at Jalan Besar Stadium. The match ended 1-0 with Tampines Rovers FC winning the Shield in an engaging match that saw plenty of action and entertainment to

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Puma Singapore has officially signed a two-year sponsorship deal with reigning RHB Singapore Cup champions, Home United Football Club (HUFC). Effective 19 February 2014, PUMA will become the official kit sponsor of HUFC. This partnership marks PUMA’s first-ever sponsorship of a football club in Singapore. As

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The Football Association of Singapore is pleased to announce the launch of the revamped Centres of Excellence (COE), one of the platforms for youth development in Singapore football. Under the new structure of the COE, three S.League clubs namely Balestier Khalsa, Home United and Warriors FC,

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What do you get if you mix far out football skills, a touch of break dance, a dash of gymnastics and an awesome beat? Singapore get ready to meet S3! Europe’s best Freestyle team! S3 (Street Style Society) are set to take the island by storm

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2013 has been a long and extraordinary season for the S.League, to say the least. A season that comprised 162 league matches; 25 League Cup matches and 22 Singapore Cup matches have seen all twelve S.League clubs severely tested on all capacities, both physical and mental. Fans

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  When you were a young footballer, all you needed was basically just playing time. To be precise, it's an opportunity to show what you were capable of. Well, at least that was what I’m training for when I was just an aspiring young chap trying

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