Singapore National Football Team 2023/2024 Squad, Players, Stadium, Kits, and much more

Singapore National Football Team Squad, Players, Stadium, Kits, and much more

The Singapore national football team represents the Republic of Singapore in senior men’s international football.

Here in this article, you will get to know about Singapore National Football Team 2023/24 Players, Squad, History, Stadium, Nickname, Kits, and more.

Singapore National Football Team Profile Summary

Nickname(s)The Lions
AssociationFootball Association of Singapore (FAS)
ConfederationAFC (Asia)
Sub-confederationAFF (Southeast Asia)
Head coachTakayuki Nishigaya
CaptainHariss Harun
Most capsDaniel Bennett (146)
Top scorerFandi Ahmad (55)
Home stadiumNational Stadium
Jalan Besar Stadium

About Singapore National Football Team

The Singapore national football team represents the Republic of Singapore in senior men’s international football. It is organized by the Football Association of Singapore (FAS), the governing body for football in Singapore, which is affiliated with the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) and the ASEAN regional Football Federation (AFF). The current head coach is Takayuki Nishigaya. The team colors are red and white. Singapore are known colloquially as “The Lions”.

Singapore National Football Team 2023/2024 players Squad?

No.Pos.PlayerDate of birth (age)CapsGoalsClub
GKHassan Sunny02-04-1984 (38)1000Lion City Sailors
GKZaiful Nizam24-07-1987 (35)30Geylang International
GKSyazwan Buhari22-09-1992 (30)00Tampines Rovers
GKZharfan Rohaizad21-02-1997 (25)00Tanjong Pagar United
DFHariss Harun (captain)19-11-1990 (32)11511Lion City Sailors
DFShakir Hamzah20-10-1992 (30)584Tanjong Pagar United
DFNazrul Nazari11-02-1991 (31)560Hougang United
DFIrfan Fandi13-08-1997 (25)421BG Pathum United
DFAmirul Adli13-01-1996 (26)210Lion City Sailors
DFNur Adam Abdullah13-04-2001 (21)80Lion City Sailors
DFChristopher van Huizen28-11-1992 (29)80Tampines Rovers
DFRyaan Sanizal31-05-2002 (20)30Tampines Rovers
DFRyhan Stewart15-02-2000 (22)30Chiangmai
DFJoshua Pereira10-10-1997 (25)20Geylang International
MFShahdan Sulaiman09-05-1988 (34)806Lion City Sailors
MFZulfahmi Arifin05-10-1991 (31)531Hougang United
MFAnumanthan Kumar14-07-1994 (28)260Lion City Sailors
MFHafiz Nor22-08-1988 (34)162Lion City Sailors
MFAdam Swandi12-01-1996 (26)161Lion City Sailors
MFSong Ui-young08-11-1993 (29)123Lion City Sailors
MFHami Syahin16-12-1998 (23)120Lion City Sailors
MFShah Shahiran14-11-1999 (23)70Young Lions
MFFarhan Zulkifli10-11-2002 (20)00Hougang United
FWFaris Ramli24-08-1992 (30)6910Lion City Sailors
FWIkhsan Fandi09-04-1999 (23)3217BG Pathum United
FWShawal Anuar29-04-1991 (31)202Hougang United
FWAmy Recha13-05-1992 (30)70Hougang United
FWHazzuwan Halim02-02-1994 (28)60Geylang International
FWTaufik Suparno31-10-1995 (27)50Tampines Rovers
FWIlhan Fandi08-11-2002 (20)40Albirex Niigata (S)

Singapore National Football Team Home Stadium

From 1932 until the National Stadium opened in 1973, the Jalan Besar Stadium hosted all the home games of the Singaporean representative teams that participated in the Malaysian Cup. Since then, all of Singapore’s home games in the Malaysia Cup and the national team’s home games have been played at the National Stadium.

However, the National Stadium was scheduled to be demolished in 2010 to make way for the new Singapore Sports Centre, which was completed in 2014. Singapore played Australia in what was scheduled to be the last game to be played at that stadium.

Singapore National Football Team Home Stadium

Singapore National Football Team Kit

There have been different suppliers for the jerseys, from Admiral, Puma, Umbro, and Grand Sport to Tiger. In November 2006, Nike signed a one-year kit sponsorship deal worth SGD 1,000,000.

Singapore had initially worn blue jerseys and shorts as their home kit. However, in the late 1980s, the Lions adopted the national colors of red and white for their home kit, while keeping blue as their away kit color. This tradition continued until the 1990s. For the 2007 AFF Championship, the national team’s colors reverted to blue as their home kit and white as the other kit.

Singapore National Football Team Kit

Kit sponsorship


Singapore National Football Team world rankings

Current155 (5 December 2023)
Highest73 (August 1993)
Lowest173 (October 2017)

Singapore National Football Team trophies


  • AFF Championship

Champions (4): 1998, 2004, 2007, 2012 Third place: 2008, 2020

  • Southeast Asian Games

Silver medalists (3): 1983, 1985, 1989

 Bronze medalists (4): 1975, 1991, 1993, 1995Minor Titles

  • AYA Bank Cup
  •  Runners-up (1): 2016
  • AirMarine Cup
  •  Runners-up (1): 2019
  • Tri-Nation Series
  •  Champions (1): 2022


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