Geylang Team Activity Highlights on Social Media

Highlights | Lion City Sailors vs Geylang International
Highlights | Lion City Sailors vs Geylang International

Watch the highlights as a Diego Lopes header was enough to see off Geylang International at the Jalan Besar Stadium.



Post-Match Reactions - Lion City Sailors v Geylang (Singapore Premier League 14 May '22)
Post-Match Reactions - Lion City Sailors v Geylang (Singapore Premier League 14 May '22)

Post-match reactions from the 9th game of our Singapore Premier League campaign. In the reverse fixture, an early red card left ...



2022 AIA Singapore Premier League: Lion City Sailors vs Geylang International
2022 AIA Singapore Premier League: Lion City Sailors vs Geylang International

Date: 14 May 2022 Venue: Jalan Besar Stadium Score: 1-0 (Diego Lopes 35') Watch the latest Singapore Premier League ...



Singapore Premiere League Lion City Sailors 1 - 0 Geylang International Match Highlight
Singapore Premiere League Lion City Sailors 1 - 0 Geylang International Match Highlight

Singapore Premiere League Lion City Sailors 1 - 0 Geylang International Match Highlight #singaporepremierleague ...



#LiveScoreNet #MatchDay #LiveSports #CheckScore #UpdateScore /Singapore Premier League 21' Lion City Sailors 0 - 0 Geylang International Click to watch now




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Geylang International FC

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.

2014 Geylang International FC season

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.

Geylang
Geylang

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.

Geylang Road
Geylang Road

Geylang Road is a major trunk road linking Singapore's eastern suburban areas with the country's central business district. Deriving its name from the area of Geylang where the road cuts through, it is fronted on both sides by low-rise shophouses protected statutorily from urban redevelopment in keeping with its history and urban heritage.

Geylang East
Geylang East

Geylang East , more commonly known as Eunos (Jawi: اييونوس; Chinese: 友诺士, Tamil: யூனுஸ்), is a subzone located in Geylang in the Central Region of Singapore. The vicinity is served by both Paya Lebar and Eunos MRT stations.

Geylang Methodist Secondary School

Geylang Methodist School (Abbreviation: GMS(S)) is a co-ed school located in Aljunied, Singapore. Founded in 1924, the school offers secondary education leading to the Singapore-Cambridge GCE Ordinary Level or Singapore-Cambridge GCE Normal Level examination.

Geylang Bahru MRT station
Geylang Bahru MRT station

Geylang Bahru MRT station is an underground Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station on the Downtown Line in Kallang, Singapore. The station is located under Kallang Bahru, at the junction with Geylang Bahru, hence its name.

Geylang Bahru
Geylang Bahru

Geylang Bahru is a subzone within the planning area of Kallang, Singapore, as defined by the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA). It is bounded by the Pan Island Expressway (PIE) in the east; the Pelton Canal in the south; the Kallang River in the west; and Serangoon Road in the north.Previously, "Kolam Ayer" encompassed an area that included present-day Geylang Bahru subzone and the adjacent Kallang Way subzone, the latter of which is officially organised under Geylang Planning Area.

Geylang Serai Single Member Constituency

Geylang Serai Single Member Constituency is a defunct Single Member Constituency within Geylang Serai, Singapore that existed in pre-independence era of 1959 elections by carving a portion from its predecessor ward, Ulu Bedok ward. It had remained itself all the way until prior to 1988 elections where it is one of the forming wards of the bigger Marine Parade Group Representation Constituency and it has remained so til date.

Geylang Bahru Family Murders

The Geylang Bahru family murders occurred in Singapore on 6 January 1979. All four children in the Tan family were found dead in their flat: they were hacked and slashed to death and their bodies were left piled on top of each other.

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