Tournament RecordWinners in 1998, 2004 and 2006/7 Played: 40
Goals for: 78
Goals against: 36
Biggest Win: 11-0 vs Laos(2007)
Biggest Defeat: 0-4 vs Malaysia (2002)
Latest Results & Fixtures
|2 Dec 10||Singapore||1 - 1||Philippines|
|5 Dec 10||Singapore||2 - 1||Myanmar|
|8 Dec 10||Vietnam||1 - 0||Singapore|
Singapore 2012 Squad ListGoalkeepers
HASSAN BIN ABDULLA SUNNY
MOHAMAD IZWAN BIN MAHBUD
MOHAMED HYRULNIZAM BIN JUMA'AT
SIM WEI ZHI JOEY
BAIHAKKI BIN KHAIZAN
BENNET DANIEL MARK
DELWINDER SINGH S/O RANJIT SINGH
HAMQAAMAL SHAH BIN HAMZAH
ISMAIL BIN YUNOS
JUMA'AT BIN JANTAN
MOHAMED SHAIFUL BIN ESAH NAIN
MUHAMMAD IRWAN SHAH BIN ARISMAIL
MUHAMMAD JUFRI BIN TAHA
MUHAMMAD RAIHAN BIN ABDUL RAHMAN
MUHAMMAD SAFUWAN BIN BAHARUDIN
MUHAMMAD SHAKIR BIN HAMZAH
HARISS S/O HARUN
MOHAMED HAFIZ BIN RAHIM
MOHAMMAD FIRDAUS BIN KASMAN
MOHAMMAD ISA BIN ABDUL HALIM
MOHAMMAD SHARIL BIN ISHAK
MUHAMMAD FAZLI BIN AYOB
MUHAMMAD FIRDAUS BIN MOHAMED IDROS
MUHAMMAD NAZRUL BIN AHMAD NAZARI
MUHAMMAD YASIR BIN HANAPI
MUHAMMAD ZULFAHMI BIN MOHD ARIFIN
SAFIRUL BIN SULAIMAN
SHAHDAN BIN SULAIMAN
FAZRUL NAWAZ S/O SHAHUL HAMEED
MUHAMMAD KHAIRUL AMRI BIN MOHAMED KAMAL
Coach: Avramovic Radojko (Serbia)
*The Final registration of players will be confirmed at the 1st Team Managers’ Meeting which will be held one day before the commencement of the competition.
* Shirt numbers are subject to change.
That fantastic run was ended by a 1-0 semi-final (second leg) defeat by Vietnam in 2008, Quang Hai scoring in the 74th minute to silence the famed "Kallang Roar" at the National Stadium, which is currently under reconstruction.
Worse was to come with Singapore failing to reach the knock-out stages in 2010 after drawing 1-1 with shock troops The Philippines and losing 1-0 to defending champions Vietnam. Sandwiched between those results was a nail-biting 2-1 victory over Myanmar with Agu Casmir scoring deep into injury time. But the win was not enough with Singapore eventually finishing in third spot, a point behind The Philippines.
After a period of re-building, Avramovic has been set the target of leading The Lions into the final of AFF Suzuki Cup 2012. A recent 1-0 loss to Hong Kong and a 2-2 home draw followed by a 2-0 defeat to Malaysia (a loss that snapped an eight-year unbeaten run against their old rivals) in the two-leg Causeway Challenge suggests there is more work to be done for the former kings of ASEAN football before the November kick-off.
Nickname: The Lions
National coach: Radojko (Raddy) Avramovic (Serbia)
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