|16 Sep||Home United ||3 - 1|| ||Geylang Interna|
|16 Sep||Albirex Niigata ||5 - 0|| ||Hougang United|
|15 Sep||Balestier Khals ||1 - 3|| ||Tampines Rovers|
|15 Sep||Tanjong Pagar U ||1 - 1|| ||DPMM FC|
|20 Aug||Balestier Khals ||1 - 5|| ||Albirex Niigata|
|19 Aug||Hougang United ||3 - 3|| ||Tanjong Pagar U|
|19 Aug||Geylang Interna ||3 - 0|| ||Young Lions|
|18 Aug||Tampines Rovers ||2 - 2|| ||DPMM FC|
|13 Aug||Hougang United ||2 - 8|| ||Home United|
|12 Aug||Geylang Interna ||2 - 6|| ||Balestier Khals|
The Singapore Premier League (SPL) is the Singaporean professional league for men's association football clubs. It was previously known as the S.League. At the highest level of domestic football competition in Singapore, it is the country's primary football competition. Contested by nine clubs, it consists of three rounds in which each team plays every other team once. Clubs from Brunei, China, France, Japan and Korea have been invited to take part in the league to raise its level of competitiveness and profile.
The Singapore Premier League is run by the Football Association of Singapore. Seasons run from late March to October, with teams playing 24 matches each, totalling 108 matches in the season. It is currently sponsored by AIA Group, and thus officially known as the AIA Singapore Premier League for sponsorship reasons.
Since the inception of the league in 1996, 7 clubs have been crowned champions. Warriors FC have been the most successful club with 9 titles, followed by Tampines Rovers (5), Albirex Niigata Singapore FC (3), Geylang International (2), Home United (2), DPMM FC (2) and Étoile FC (1).
Tanjong Pagar U
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