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Thursday, August 11, 2011

[Media Information] Changes in the 2011 Great Eastern-YEO’S S-League and RHB Singapore Cup fixtures

(Media Information from the Football Association of Singapore)


SAFFC hold the record number of win of the S.League title

SINGAPORE, 11 August 2011: Due to the closure of several stadiums for the upcoming Presidential Elections and also to facilitate our National Team's preparations for the upcoming 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ Asian Qualifiers, Third Round matches this year, the following 2011 Great Eastern-YEO’S S.League and Singapore Cup matches have been rescheduled or moved to a new venue.


The changes are as follow:


Great Eastern- YEO’S S.League/ RHB Singapore Cup
Match No Match Original Venue New Venue Original Date New Date Kick Off
SC10 Singapore Armed Forces FC vs Albirex Niigata FC Choa Chu Kang NA 15-Aug 14-Aug 08:00:00 PM
SC16 Albirex Niigata FC vs Singapore Armed Forces FC Jurong East Jalan Besar 21-Aug 18-Aug 08:00:00 PM
SC15 Etoile FC vs Gombak United FC Queenstown Jalan Besar 20-Aug NA 08:00:00 PM
91 Etoile FC vs Albirex Niigata FC Queenstown NA 10-Oct 7-Sep 7.30pm
126 Home United FC vs Courts Young Lions Bishan NA 22-Aug 28-Sep 7.30pm
169 Tanjong Pagar United FC vs Courts Young Lions Clementi NA 5-Oct 3-Oct 7.30pm
173 Woodlands Wellington FC vs Etoile FC Woodlands NA 3-Oct 4-Oct 7.30pm
174 Albirex Niigata FC vs Geylang United FC Jurong East NA 6-Oct 5-Oct 7.30pm
127 Hougang United FC vs Tanjong Pagar United FC Hougang NA 28-Aug 6-Oct 7.30pm
145 Balestier Khalsa FC vs Courts Young Lions Toa Payoh NA 25-Aug 6-Oct 7.30pm
68 Etoile FC vs Geylang United FC Queenstown NA 1-Sep 10-Oct 7.30pm
165 Home United FC vs Woodlands Wellington FC Bishan NA 28-Sep 24-Oct 7.30pm
189 Hougang United FC vs Albirex Niigata FC Hougang NA 27-Oct 24-Oct 7.30pm
67 Singapore Armed Forces FC vs Courts Young Lions Choa Chu Kang NA 28-Aug 25-Oct 7.30pm
190 Geylang United FC vs Tampines Rovers FC Bedok NA 27-Oct 25-Oct 7.30pm
188 Gombak United FC vs Tanjong Pagar United FC Jurong West NA 25-Oct 27-Oct 7.30pm
149 Albirex Niigata FC vs Tampines Rovers FC Jurong East NA 26-Aug 29-Oct 7.30pm
147 Geylang United FC vs Singapore Armed Forces FC Bedok NA 24-Aug 31-Oct 7.30pm
187 Balestier Khalsa FC vs Woodlands Wellington FC Toa Payoh NA 24-Oct 31-Oct 7.30pm
135 Gombak United FC vs Tampines Rovers FC Jurong West NA 23-Aug 1-Nov 7.30pm
148 Hougang United FC vs Home United FC Hougang NA 25-Aug 1-Nov 7.30pm
146 Tanjong Pagar United FC vs Woodlands Wellington FC Clementi NA 22-Aug 3-Nov 7.30pm
150 Gombak United FC vs Etoile FC Jurong West Jalan Besar 27-Aug 4-Nov 7.30pm
SC Finals TBC Jalan Besar NA 5-Nov 19-Nov 7.30pm
172 Tampines Rovers FC vs Home United FC Tampines NA 4-Oct 23-Nov 7.30pm
170 Gombak United FC vs Singapore Armed Forces FC Jurong West NA 5-Oct 24-Nov 7.30pm
157 Albirex Niigata FC vs Etoile FC Jurong East Jalan Besar 7-Sep 25-Nov 7.30pm
198 Tanjong Pagar United FC vs Hougang United FC Clementi NA 3-Nov 26-Nov 7.30pm
195 Tampines Rovers FC vs Balestier Khalsa FC Tampines NA 1-Nov 27-Nov 7.30pm
196 Home United FC vs Geylang United FC Bishan NA 2-Nov 27-Nov 7.30pm
193 Etoile FC vs Courts Young Lions Queenstown NA 25-Oct 28-Nov 7.30pm
197 Albirex Niigata FC vs Singapore Armed Forces FC Jurong East NA 31-Oct 28-Nov 7.30pm
194 Woodlands Wellington FC vs Gombak United FC Woodlands NA 4-Nov 28-Nov 7.30pm

Please kindly note that with these changes, the Great Eastern-YEO’S S.League 2011 season will end on 28 November 2011.

CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT
FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION OF SINGAPORE
11 AUG 2011

2 comments:

  1. The next question will be asked when is the season 2012 kick off?

    As far as I recall the shortest recess period in between was TWO months and it was a frantic period for almost everyone involved then.

    As mentioned by a friend in the earlier entry issues such as shorter resting period, field maintaining, scouting of players will be inevitable.

    It's really a tricky situation here on how the League authority is going to dealt with.

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  2. The most critical factor is clubs with most national players like Home United and Courts Young Lions fare without them in the S-League, especially at this stage of the competition...

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