Here’s what we found out about the online capabilities of the Singapore Premier League clubs. Points 1 and 2 are just embarrassing.
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Read on and you will understand its significance.
Communication is key, and vital in an organisation’s outreach to its fans.
With the Singapore Premier League having a breather because of the international break, TMSG decided to do a quick audit of the online communications for all Singapore Premier League (SPL) clubs taking part in the 2021 season.
We make some very interesting observations.
- Balestier Khalsa does not even have an official website and relies predominantly on Facebook and Instagram for outreach.
2. Tanjong Pagar United also does not have a website, but uses a tpufc.org domain for its email. That domain however, is owned by Vietnamese blogger.
- Balestier Khalsa, Tanjong Pagar and Geylang International have all not updated their Twitter accounts for years. Balestier and Tanjong Pagar since 2019, while Geylang has not tweeted since 2017.
- None of the clubs are on TikTok yet. Only Lion City Sailors have set up an account but have yet to upload any content.
- On the club’s Instagram page, Tampines Rovers states that it is “Singapore’s best supported football club.” It does not say how it has claimed this accolade though.
6. On a positive note, three clubs – Albirex Niigata, Lion City Sailors and Hougang United have fairly well managed websites.