Singapore Football Update: Ramadan, Hari Raya Preparations, and More

As Ramadan concludes and preparations for Hari Raya Puasa begin, the Singapore football scene remains active. National Team Head Coach Tsutomu Ogura has introduced a new style, showing promise despite mixed results in World Cup Qualifiers against China. With Ogura leading the charge, optimism is high.

The Lionesses are also in training, gearing up for upcoming competitions with a camp in Saudi Arabia. Meanwhile, the Singapore Youth League progresses, providing crucial development opportunities for young players.

The Deloitte Women’s Premier League started strong, with defending champions Lion City Sailors and Hougang United leading the pack. Exciting player reshuffles promise a competitive season ahead.

Looking forward, the financial literacy training camp for Premier League players aims to educate on financial management. The FIFA Integrity Summit underscored efforts to combat match manipulation, while AFC President Shaikh Salman’s visit cements ties between AFC and FAS.

In May, the Singapore Premier League will kick off with Albirex Niigata joining as a local team. The Community Shield match between Albirex and Lion City Sailors promises thrilling action.

As Hari Raya approaches, President Bernard Tan extends warm wishes to all, emphasizing the joy and unity that football brings in Singapore. Let’s embrace the upcoming football season with excitement and anticipation.

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