Singapore - List of Champions


Singapore Amateur Football Association
1904    Band & Drums (1st Battalion Manchester Regiment)
1905    E Company (Sherwood Foresters)
1906      not played
1907/08 Singapore Cricket Club
1908    2nd Battalion West Kentshire Regiment
1909    3rd Battalion Middlesex Regiment
1910    3rd Battalion Middlesex Regiment
1911    Singapore Cricket Club
1912    Singapore Cricket Club
1913    Singapore Cricket Club
1914    Singapore Cricket Club
1915-20   not played
1921    1st Battalion South Staffordshire
1922    2nd Battalion Middlesex Regiment
1923    2nd Battalion Middlesex Regiment
1924    Singapore Cricket Club
1925    Singapore Chinese Football Association
1926    2nd Duke of Wellington's Regiment
1927    2nd Duke of Wellington's Regiment
1928    2nd Duke of Wellington's Regiment
1929    Singapore Cricket Club
1930    Singapore Chinese Football Association
1931    Singapore Malays Football Association
1932    Singapore Malays Football Association
1933    Singapore Malays Football Association
1934    Singapore Chinese Football Association
1935    Royal Engineers
1936    Royal Air Force
1937    Singapore Chinese Football Association
1938    Singapore Chinese Football Association
1939    Singapore Malays Football Association
1940    Royal Air Force
1941    Royal Air Force
1942-46   not played
1947    Army
1948    Rovers SC
1949      not played
1950    Kota Raja Club
1951    Tiger SA
1952    Rovers SC
Football Association of Singapore
1953    Tiger SA
1954    Star Soccerites SC
1955    Marine Department SC
1956    Tiger SA
1957    Marine Department SC
1958    Darul Afiah FC
1959    Darul Afiah FC
1960    Indian Recreation Club
1961-74   not played; in 1975 the National Football League was
          revamped from 118 clubs to 30
1975    Geylang International
1976    Geylang International
1977    Geylang International
1978    Singapore Armed Forces
1979    Tampines Rovers
1980    Tampines Rovers
1981    Singapore Armed Forces 
1982    Farrer Park United
1983    Tiong Bahru CSC
1984    Tampines Rovers
1985    Police SA
1986    Singapore Armed Forces 
1987    Tiong Bahru CSC
1988    Geylang International
1989    Geylang International
1990    Geylang International
1991    Geylang International
1992    Geylang International
1993    Geylang International
1994    Perth Kangaroos
1995    Singapore Lions (national team)
1996    Geylang United
1997    Singapore Armed Forces 
1998    Singapore Armed Forces 
1999    Home United  
2000    Singapore Armed Forces 
2001    Geylang United
2002    Singapore Armed Forces 
2003    Home United
2004    Tampines Rovers
2005    Tampines Rovers
2006    Singapore Armed Forces 
2007    Singapore Armed Forces 
2008    Singapore Armed Forces 
2009    Singapore Armed Forces 
2010    Etoile FC
2011    Tampines Rovers
2012    Tampines Rovers
2013    Tampines Rovers
2014  

Number of Titles (83)

 11  Geylang United (includes Geylang International)
     Singapore Armed Forces 

  8  Tampines Rovers

  7  Singapore Cricket Club

  5  Singapore Chinese Football Association

  4  Singapore Malays Football Association

  3  2nd Duke of Wellington's Regiment
     Royal Air Force
     Tiger SA

  2  2nd Battalion Middlesex Regiment
     3rd Battalion Middlesex Regiment
     Darul Afiah FC
     Home United
     Marine Department SC
     Rovers SC
     Tiong Bahru CSC

  1  1st Battalion South Staffordshire
     2nd Battalion West Kentshire Regiment
     Army
     Band & Drums (1st Battalion Manchester Regiment)
     E Company (Sherwood Foresters) 
     Etoile FC ('France')
     Farrer Park United 
     Indian Recreation Club
     Kota Raja Club
     Perth Kangaroos (Australia)
     Police SA
     Royal Engineers
     Singapore Lions (national team of Singapore)
     Star Soccerites SC


Number of Titles (39; since 1975)

 11  Geylang United (includes Geylang International)
     Singapore Armed Forces 

  8  Tampines Rovers

  2  Home United
     Tiong Bahru CSC

  1  Etoile FC ('France')
     Farrer Park United 
     Perth Kangaroos (Australia)
     Police SA
     Singapore Lions (national team of Singapore)



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Authors: Atsushi Fujioka and Erlan Manaschev
Last updated: 23 Jan 2014

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