Month: August 2019

Singapore Premier League Sports

Komoco Motors are new title sponsors of Singapore Cup.

After 14 years of association with RHB Bank, the Singapore Cup will have a new title sponsor for the next year.

Singapore Premier League Sports

FAS calls for removal of Warriors General Manager Paul Poh.

The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) has directed Warriors FC (WRFC) to remove the General Manager and Honorary Secretary of the club Paul Poh from

Entertainment Sports

The hunt is on for the first Karting in the City Champion.

Ticket sales for the inaugural Legion of Racers (LOR) Festival of Speed™ (FOS) have started and one car enthusiast could well be Singapore’s first ever

Sports

Singaporean Ben Davis makes senior debut for Fulham in Carabao Cup.

While most were still snoozing early this morning, a young Singaporean made history for the Lion City all the way in London.

Sports

Retired Baihakki Khaizan gets Lions call up.

He already has 134 international caps to his name and had indicated that he was retiring from international football.

Sports

Top UFC grapplers set for Singapore showdown.

UFC® is set to make its fourth stop in Singapore and brings with it a main event featuring two of the best grapplers in MMA history, as

Happenings Sports

ESM Goh Chok Tong + Chiam See Tong Sports Fund raise $170k for under-resourced athletes.

The Chiam See Tong Sports Fund (CSTSF) has managed to raise $160,000 to aid under-resourced athletes through its Gala Dinner which was held on 22

Sports

Singapore Masters suspended.

Singapore Athletics (SA) has suspended Singapore Masters Athletics (SMA) –  one of its affiliates – after it received a complaint and petition by athletes about

Sports

Time to get the flags and scarves out. The Lions are in action.

The National Stadium at the Singapore Sports Hub is set to host two World Cup qualifying matches involving the Singapore Lions in September and October.

Sports

2034 World Cup spot for Singapore a realistic goal, says FAS.

An expanded format of 48 teams and more sports for Asia could work in favour of Singapore in trying to make it to the World

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