LATEST RESULTS:
11 months ago: [ U12 FINALS ] JSSL Singapore (SIN) 2 – 0 I,Pagasa FC (PHI) 11 months ago: [ GU18 FINALS ] Footskills (AUS) 1 – 5 Chonburi FC (THA) 11 months ago: [ U18 FINALS ] YFH Phuket (THA) 3 – 0 Azzurri (AUS) 11 months ago: [ U14 FINALS ] Bontang (IDN) 3 – 1 Infa Lampung Timur (IDN) 11 months ago: [ U16 FINALS ] Ocean Reef Senior High School (AUS) 2 – 0 SCC Soccer Academy (SIN) 11 months ago: [ U18 3rd Placing ] SWAP (IDN) 0 – 1 Footskills (AUS) 11 months ago: [ U16 3rd Placing ] ANZA (SIN) 1 – 3 Cockburn City (AUS) 11 months ago: [ U12 3rd Placing ] Bontang (IDN) 5 – 0 Walkabout FC (AUS) 11 months ago: [ U14 3rd Placing ] Milan Soccer School (SIN) 1 – 0 Cockburn City (AUS) 11 months ago: [ U16 7th Placing PlayOff ] FC Metro Manila (PHI) 2 – 3 Milan Soccer School (SIN) 11 months ago: [ U16 Semi-Finals ] Cockburn City (AUS) 2 – 4 SCC Soccer Academy (SIN) 11 months ago: [ U16 Semi-Finals ] Ocean Reef Senior High School (AUS) 4 – 2 ANZA (SIN) 11 months ago: [ U12 Semi-Finals ] I,Pagasa FC (PHI) 3 – 0 Walkabout FC (AUS) 11 months ago: [ U12 Semi-Finals ] Bontang (IDN) 2 – 3 JSSL Singapore (SIN) 11 months ago: [ U12 5th Placing PlayOff ] Boca Juniors Football School (IND) 0 – 0 Cockburn City (AUS) ; Cockburn City win 6-5 on penalities 11 months ago: [ GU18 3rd Placing ] Walkabout FC (AUS) 5 – 0 SSB Blue Eagles (IDN) 11 months ago: [ U14 Semi-Finals ] Infa Lampung Timur (IDN) 2 – 2 Cockburn City (AUS) ; Infa Lampung Timur wins 3 – 2 on penalties 11 months ago: [ GU18 5th Placing PlayOff ] Hong Kah Secondary School (SIN) 1 – 3 SCC Soccer Academy (SIN) 11 months ago: [ U16 Quarter-Final ] Cockburn City (AUS) 5 – 0 Milan Soccer School (SIN) 11 months ago: [ U16 Quarter-Finals ] Hong Kah Secondary School (SIN) 2 – 2 SCC Soccer Academy ; SCC wins 3 – 2 on penalties 11 months ago: [ GU18 Semi-Finals ] Walkabout FC (AUS) 2 – 2 Footskills (AUS) ; Footskills win 2-0 on penalties 11 months ago: [U16 Quarter-Finals] Ocean Reef Senior High School (AUS) 4 – 0 Pilipinas Dragons (PHI) 11 months ago: [ GU18 7th Placing PlayOff ] West J United (SIN) 3 – 0 German European School (SIN) 11 months ago: [ U14 Semi-Finals ] Milan Soccer School (SIN) 0 – 3 Bontang (IDN) 11 months ago: [ U16 Quarter-Finals ] Walkabout FC (AUS) 0 – 1 ANZA (SIN)
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LATEST STORY:
November 6th, 2015: U12: Battle of the Titans, as JSSL Singapore (SIN) meets I,Pagasa FC (PHI) in the U12 Finals November 6th, 2015: U16: SCC Singapore Academy (SIN) to meet Ocean Reef Senior High School (AUS) in the U16 Finals November 5th, 2015: U14: All Indonesian U14 Finals between Bontang (IDN) and Infa Lampung Timur (IDN) November 5th, 2015: U16: U16 Semi-Finals Fixtures: November 5th, 2015: U16: Ocean Reef Senior High School (AUS) to compete with ANZA (SIN) for the Finals spot November 5th, 2015: GU18: Walkabout FC (AUS) set for a rematch against SSB Blue Eagles (IDN) in the Girls U18 3rd Placing match November 5th, 2015: Girls U18: Footskills (AUS) back for revenge against Chonburi FC (THA) in the SingaCup2015 Girls U18 Finals November 5th, 2015: U14: Bontang (IDN) enters the SingaCup2015 U14 Finals in style November 5th, 2015: U14: Cockburn City (AUS) prevailed over Anusorn FA (THA) with impressive rearguard actions ; a date with destiny against the mighty Infa Lampung Timur (IDN) November 5th, 2015: U18: Azzurri (AUS) sets up date with YFH Phuket (THA) in the SingaCup2015 U18 Finals
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SingaCup 2011 Boys U14 MVP award winner
Forward, Home United F.C (S.League)

September 21st, 2016 | Success Stories

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Ikhsan Fandi, son of Singapore’s football legend Fandi Ahmad, represented Fandi Ahmad Academy U12 in SingaCup 2011. He finished the tournament as the Most Valuable Player (MVP) as well as the scorer of 4 goals.

Ikhsan was known as a natural goalscorer with a cool head and good technical skills. Together with his elder brother, Irfan Fandi, both of them received glowing reviews from European club scouts and coaches after they impressed at AC Milan’s junior football camp in Malaga, Spain when Ikhsan was just 8yrs old. During Ikhsan’s stint at Milan camp, he showed off his predatory instincts by scoring 10 goals in just two matches! Since then, Ikhsan had been invited to various top clubs’ academy for training in Europe as well as in South America.

In 2013, Ikhsan finished the Football Association of Singapore’s Centre of Excellence (COE) U14 tournament as the top scorer with 16 goals in 18 games. Ikhsan then proceeded to train at Spanish club, Hercules for 3 months, and then represented Singapore in the Asian Youth Games in China in August in the same year. In Sept 2013, Ikhsan Fandi signed for Chilean top flight club, Club Deportivo Universidad Católica (Chile Primera Division) to continue his football development.

In 2015, Ikhsan returned to Singapore to play in the 26th Lion City Cup for the Singapore’s National Football Academy U16 side and scored a famous hat-trick against Liverpool Academy to bring the scores level after the Singapore’s National Football Academy U16 side trailed 3-0 at half time.

In January 2016, Ikhsan signs for Home United after two and a half years in Chile. At this point, Ikhsan had developed into an attacking midfielder that plays behind the striker, leveraging on vision, ball control and dribbling ability to create chances for the team or take the shot himself. Ikhsan made his top flight professional debut for Home United on 14 Feb 2016, in a S.League match against derby rivals Warriors FC that ended in a 2-2 draw.

Played for Ateneo De Manila University U-18 in SingaCup 2011
Midfielder, Ateneo Blue Eagle (UAAP)

September 21st, 2016 | Success Stories

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Born with a great athletic physique and pace, Paolo Gabriel R. Alilam represented Ateneo De Manila University U-18 as a Midfielder/Striker in SingaCup 2011 though he was only a 15yrs old then. As an excellent offensive minded player, Paolo poses a constant threat to all teams especially with his killer pass from midfield.

At the age of 14 years old, Paolo had already caught the attention of the Philippines National Youth Team coach Reff Cauaresma. Represented Philippines U-14, U-16 and U-19 in various international competitions such as AFF U-16 Football Youth Championship in 2011. Paolo also received professional training at Elite Football Academy in England in 2011.

Paolo is currently (2016) playing for Ateneo Blue Eagles, the collegiate men’s varsity football team of Ateneo De Manila University. Ateneo Blue Eagles came in 3rd in 8 teams at the end of the UAAP Season 78 (2015-2016).

SingaCup 2012 Boys U18 MVP award winner
Midfielder, Super Power Samut Prakan F.C (Thailand Premier League)

September 21st, 2016 | Success Stories

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Under the watchful eyes of his mentor and coach Hannu Tuukkanen, 16yrs old (2013) Wuttichai “Bell” Sooken has grown and flourished into a polished player.

Having impressed the panellists at SingaCup 2012 where the Boys U-18 MVP Award winner inspired his team, Phuket Youth Football Home (YFH) U-18 to finish as first runner-up behind German European School, the young Thai player was invited to train with Schalke 04 (GER) U-17 and U-19 teams.Jens Keller, Head Coach for Schalke 04 first team was so impressed with Bell during the 2 weeks training stint in year 2012 that he extended a second invitation to the young midfielder to train again with the German team in October 2013.

“Bell has a superb fitness and he could understand and adapt to different type of training methods despite the language barrier. Obviously, there must be a reason why I am inviting him back for training at one of the top clubs in Europe,” said Jens. In fact, Jens is not the only coach full of praises for Bell. Former Germany’s legend and World Cup winner, Uwe Bein has also compliments for the gifted young midfielder.

In 2014, Bell signed his first professional contract with Osotspa M-150 FC (The club was renamed Super Power Samut Prakan F.C in 2016) after playing for the Thailand National Team’s U19 and U21 squads.

Scorers: JSSL – 19, 8

November 6th, 2015 | Results

Scorers:
JSSL – 19, 8

November 6th, 2015 | Results

Scorers:
Footskills – 14
Chonburi – 10, 4 (2 goals), 11, 5

November 6th, 2015 | Results

Scorers:
YFH – 13 (2), 14, 11, 10

November 6th, 2015 | Results

Scorers:
Bontang – 7, 6
Infa – 15, 5(own goal)

November 6th, 2015 | Results

Scorers:
10, 11

November 6th, 2015 | Results

Scorer:
9

November 6th, 2015 | Results

Scorers:
Anza – 10
Cockburn – 10 (2 goals), 8

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