Your favorite team may be on their way home; don’t be too sad, it’s getting more exciting with 2010 FIFA World Cup™: Round of 16! [Read more…]
I know we expected better results in “Singapore VS Iran” Asian Cup qualifiers, but Singapore did their best.
Singapore captain Mohamed Alam Shah pulled a goal back for the home side before halftime but substitute Gholamreza Rezaei broke away to seal the win in the 63rd minute for Iran with a delightful chip. [Read more…]
In SEA Games 2009 football, The Singapore-Laos match was shifted to the bigger 20,000 capacity main stadium of the National Sports Complex.
Singapore and Laos played to a goalless draw, putting the teams on five points each. Both Singapore and Laos teams make it to the semi-finals.
Their opponents in the last four will only be known when Group A plays their last matches today.
If you are a football fan, you already know this football match between Singapore and China was dubbed the National Day Challenge. China eventually won 4-3 on penalties to lift the National Day Challenge trophy. This is a video summary (in Chinese) from YouTube,
If you want to watch the full football match between Singapore and China, you can check out the video here and here. [Read more…]
The Barclays Asia Trophy 2009 is the fourth edition of the Premier League Asia Trophy, a four-team football (soccer) tournament held every two years. Hull City, Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United and the local Chinese Super League club Beijing Guoan will be competing for the title on 29 July and 31 July in the Workers Stadium, Beijing. [Read more…]
Liverpool will play pre-season friendlies in Thailand and Singapore in July, the club announced on Wednesday. Rafael Benitez’s side will face Thailand in Bangkok on 22 July before flying to Singapore to take on the national team on 26 July.
Show Sony you’ve got magic feet by taking on the Kaka Dribbling Challenge and be one of two winners to win a pair of tickets (inclusive of airfares and accommodation) to the FIFA Confederations Cup South Africa 2009. Play it here.
SingTel mio TV and Football Weekly is offering Italian Serie A fans an exlusive chance to experience Italian Football at its best. 2 pairs of tickets worth S$1,000 are up for grabs to watch the final week matches on May 31 2009.
To quality, simply write to them at Regent Media Pte Ltd or log on to www.footballweekly.sg to submit your entry. In no more than 50 words, tell them which Serie A team you support and why you deserve to win. Don’t wait! Write in now.
Brazil football team was in Singapore for a friendly match on July 28 against Singapore’s national team at the National Stadium. Watch the highlights below: [Read more…]