Date: 16 March 2019 Venue: Our Tampines Hub Score: 0-1 (Khairul Amri 13')
4⃣ passes to carve open their rivals from Geylang 1⃣ month left to the start of the new #SPL season! 🤪 spl.org.sg.
Webb ⏩ Megumi ⏩ Webb ⏩ Amri ⚽ More of this to come in 2019 from Tampines?
Date: 15 Aug 2018 Venue: Bedok Stadium Scorers: Darren Teh 87' | Faritz Hameed 13', Shakir Hamzah 27', Shahril Ishak 56', 61', Hafiz Nor 57' Report: ...
Date: 9 May 2021 Venue: Jalan Besar Stadium Score: 2-1 (Stipe Plazibat 22', Saifullah Akbar 57' | Matheus Moresche 27') Watch the latest Singapore Premier ...
Double Header Sunday in the AIA Singapore Premier League! The Sailors can move to within a point of top spot IF they beat The Eagles. The last time these two ...
Date: 8 May 2021 Venue: Our Tampines Hub Score: 2-2 (Boris Kopitovic 53', pen. 90'+5 | Kiyoshiro Tsuboi 34', 49') Watch the latest Singapore Premier League ...
A mouthwatering clash between Tampines Rovers and Albirex Niigata (S) headlines this weekend's AIA Singapore Premier League action. The Stags looking to ...
Date: 2 May 2021 Venue: Jalan Besar Stadium Score: 0-4 (Zehrudin Mehmedović 3', Irwan Shah 19', Kyoga Nakamura 42', Taufik Suparno 80') Watch the latest ...
Tampines Rovers Football Club, commonly known as Tampines Rovers or simply Rovers, is a professional football club based in Tampines, Singapore, that competes in the Singapore Premier League. Nicknamed "The Stags", the club was founded in 1945 and settled on its current name six years later.
Geylang International Football Club is a professional football club based in Bedok, Singapore, which plays in the Singapore Premier League. The club was founded in 1973 with the purpose of building a successful football team that would be remembered for generations to come.
The 2014 S.League season is Geylang International's 19th season in the top flight of Singapore football and 39th year in existence as a football club.
Tampines is a planning area and residential town in the geographical region of Tanah Merah located along the south-eastern coast of the East Region of Singapore. The planning area is bordered by Bedok and Paya Lebar to the west, Pasir Ris to the north, Changi to the east and the Singapore Straits to the south.
Tampines Junior College is a junior college located in Tampines, Singapore, offering a two-year course for pre-university students leading up to the Singapore-Cambridge GCE Advanced Level examination.
Tampines MRT station is a Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) interchange station on the Downtown line and East West line in Tampines, Singapore. Located at the heart of the Tampines Town Centre, Tampines station is within the close proximity of Tampines Bus Interchange and the new Tampines Concourse Bus Interchange.
Tampines Bus Interchange is a bus interchange serving Tampines in Singapore. It is an open-air building located in the town centre near the Tampines MRT Station, with the allocated Block 512.
Not to be confused with the defunct pre-independence era ward called Tampines Single Member Constituency that existed from 1959 to 1988. This article is describing a present ward in Tampines.Tampines Group Representation Constituency is a five-member Group Representation Constituency (GRC) in the eastern region of Singapore.
Tampines 1 is a shopping mall located in the east of Singapore next to the Tampines. The mall opened on 9 April 2009.
Tampines Secondary School is a government co-educational secondary school in Singapore. It shares the same building as Tampines Primary School, but the school is not affiliated to Tampines Primary School.
Not to be confused with the present ward called Tampines Group Representation Constituency that exists since 1988 which is helm by the ex-Ministry of National Development Mah Bow Tan. This article is describing a pre-independence era ward that existed until 1988.Tampines Single Member Constituency is a former single member constituency in Tampines, Singapore and is one of the oldest wards.
Tampines Meridian Junior College is a junior college in Singapore, offering two-year pre-university courses leading up to the Singapore-Cambridge GCE Advanced Level examination. The school is established as the result of a merger between two existing junior colleges, Tampines Junior College and Meridian Junior College.
Geylang is a planning area and township located on the eastern fringe of the Central Region of Singapore, bordering Hougang and Toa Payoh in the north, Marine Parade in the south, Bedok in the east, and Kallang in the west. Geylang is known perhaps most infamously as a red-light district, particularly the areas along Geylang Road.