The 9th edition of SingaCup, Singapore’s Premier International Youth Football Tournament has concluded on Friday at Cage Sports Park, Turf City! 140 teams competed in the 7-days annual International Youth 11-aside tournament and the biggest winners emerged from Thailand and Singapore!
For the Under-8 Final, Australia’s
PT Prachuap FC lifted their first ever major trophy Thailand’s Toyota League Cup after a hard-fought victory over Buriram United on Saturday!
The highly entertaining League Cup Final between Buriram and Prachuap was played out in front of an estimated 11,000 fans at SCG Stadium. Although
Exciting times are ahead as the SingaCup will be back for its 9th edition from 2nd to 8th November 2019! Here's five things that you definitey need to know ahead of the ever-growing international youth football tournament!
Asia's largest international 11-aside youth football tournament
The SingaCup is
After Philippines, Thailand and Cambodia, the 2018 edition of the SingaCup Football Experience (SFE) has seen the Beautiful Game being brought over to Bandung, Indonesia. Collaborating with one of the best supported, if not the best supported club, Persib Bandung, more than 130 children benefited
Good friends since 11 year old, Junpiter Futbol conducted a quick Question & Answer for both Deden & Dedi. And guess among the two, who do they agree to be the most good-looking one!
Click below to recap the great youth football action of SingaCup 2017, Singapore & Asia Premier International Youth Football Tournament 2017.
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,
We have always know that great football experience does not necessary mean we have to travel far. Especially after being shown great hospitality at the Arabian Gulf League (UAE), Gojek Traveloka Liga (Indonesia) and Toyota Thai League (Thailand) this year, we are truly convinced that
Statistical or performance analysis for football has actually been around for nearly half a century. In the olden days, it would be the manual recording of a play or a player’s performance using a paper and pen. With the current advance technology, the in-depth analysis