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[Event] Liverpool Back in Singapore to face Leicester and Bayern Munich

(This entry is formulated by the media release issued by Full Circle PR, the PR agency for the event with image depicted in this entry belonging to "Singapore Festival of Football Driven by CDG Zig")

The club legends** at the press conference of the event

Riding on the success of their last year's visit, which saw them beat Crystal Palace in front of 50,217 fans at the National Stadium, nineteen-time English league champions Liverpool FC will be in Singapore again to play not one but two matches at Kallang.


In a press conference held earlier today at the Pan Pacific, it was announced the Reds will be scheduled to play follow English side Leicester City on the 30th of July before taking on German giants Bayern Munich on the 2nd of August at the National Stadium.

Liverpool will defend their Standard Chartered Singapore Trophy, presented by Standard Chartered, when they take on The Foxes on the last Sunday of July before facing the Bavarians days later at the same venue for the Singapore Trophy, presented by both Audi and Standard Chartered.

This will see Bayern Munich return to Singapore since their last visit in 2017 with Leicester making their maiden visit to the Republic in their 139-year history.

(** [L-R]John Barnes (Liverpool FC), Giovane Elber (FC Bayern Munich), Marco Cassetti (AS Roma), Emile Heskey (Leicester City FC), Gary Mabbutt (Tottenham Hotspur))


In addition to the above-mentioned matches, the inaugural Singapore Festival of Football Driven by CDG Zig will include another mouth-watering match at the National Stadium on the 26th of July between Tottenham Hotspur and reigning UEFA Europa Conference League winners AS Roma, coached by former Spur manager JosΓ© Mourinho.

The Singapore Festival of Football Driven by CDG Zig is organised by TEG Sport, the team behind last year’s Standard Chartered Singapore Trophy.

This inaugural football fiesta will see Liverpool FC's official main partner, Standard Chartered, returning as presenting partner of their matches while strong support from local companies provide an added boost to the event. CDG Zig is on board as the title sponsor, while Tiger Beer is also the official beer of the event.

With key local and international partners joining forces, the Singapore Festival of Football Driven by CDG Zig is gearing up to be a spectacular affair to be enjoyed by the masses.


Besides world-class football action, spectators can also look forward to a series of entertaining offerings at the Football Fan Interactive Festival Village throughout the week. The village will be open to the public on open training and match days as well as on 1 Aug, a day before the final match between Liverpool FC and FC Bayern Munich.

Complementing the main events at the National Stadium, the village will be home to a wide range of engagement activities as well as food and beverage options to give local and foreign fans the complete festival experience.

Tickets for all the events for the Singapore Festival of Football Driven by CDG Zig will go on general sale via Ticketek Singapore from 22 May, 10am. Tickets can be purchased at

The full schedule of the Singapore Festival of Football Driven by CDG Zig is as follows:

Training sessions
Tottenham Hotspur open training
Venue: National Stadium, Singapore Sports Hub
Date: 25 July 2023
Time: 6.00pm

Liverpool FC open training
Venue: National Stadium, Singapore Sports Hub
Date: 29 July 2023
Time: 8.30pm

FC Bayern Munich open training
Venue: TBC
Date: 1 August 2023
Time: TBC

Match days
All matches will be played at the National Stadium, Singapore Sports Hub.

Tiger Cup: Tottenham Hotspur vs AS Roma
Date: 26 July 2023
Time: 7.30pm

Standard Chartered Singapore Trophy: Liverpool FC vs Leicester City FC
Date: 30 July 2023
Time: 5.00pm

Singapore Trophy presented by Audi and Standard Chartered: Liverpool FC vs FC Bayern Munich
Date: 2 August 2023
Time: 7.30pm


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