South-East Asia most renowned football competition, AFF Suzuki Cup 2012, is bringing all South-East Asia football fans together again! 2012 edition will be co-hosted by Malaysia and Thailand, 24 November to 22 December 2012, and Singapore kicking off its campaign this coming Sunday, against arch-rival
To think top ATP player, Juan Monaco, only knows tennis? Think again. The South American player grew up in Argentina where the country is more famously known for Diego Maradona and football, and even if he is in Singapore to showcase his talent, he shared
Brazil retained Futsal World Cup Championship trophy afer a hard-fought 3-2 win over old rival, Spain, in the FIFA Futsal World Cup Thailand 2012! The game was a typical final where each team took their turns to score and to wild the crowd of 5,700pax.
After clinching S-League 2012 Championship, Tampines Rovers FC has already start planning for the Asian Champions League (ACL) next year! Although AFC (Asian Football Confederation) has not officially given FAS (Football Association of Singapore) the green light, I can only see Singapore football gets
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The recent concluded SINGACUP 2012 was a great success where all the fortunate football lovers got to witness the future football stars from Australia, India, Thailand, Germany, Philippines Indonesia and as well as Singapore! Let Junpiter Futbol brings you some interesting moments during the tournament
SINGACUP 2012 ended with a big bang on Friday! Extreme weather was attempting to spoilt all fun but the enthusiasm from the players were not damped! Games continued as per scheduled and all final games were played in front of big crowd.
Talk about the game
SINGACUP 2012 has officially kicked off yesterday at Cage Sports Park! Weather has not been extremely kind for all the players but everyone seems to be enjoying themselves!
Far away from the pitches, we could hear players communicating to each others like a morning market, coaches
Headline news on Bangkok Post stated Italy and Argentina hammered opponent. With all respect to the teams, the games were decent but Italy and Argentina were the better teams last evening.
At Bangkok, Nimibutr Stadium, Italy started strongly against a very young-looking Australian team, putting 4
It was a few hours bus journey from Bangkok to reach Nakhon Ratchasima, Korat Chatchai Hall, where Junpiter Futbol would be catching game number 3 and 4, Libya playing against Portugal and Brazil taking on Japan respectively.
And to be honest, there wasn’t much fanfare when