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Tampines Rovers FC

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Tampines Rovers Football Club nicknamed The Stags are a professional association football club based in Tampines, Singapore, that play in the SLeague Founded in 1945, Tampines has won major trophies in Singapore football, including the Singapore Cup and the SLeague They have won the national league championship eight times, the Singapore Cup thrice, the SLeague five times and the ASEAN Club Championship once Their home ground is currently at Our Tampines Hub, where they had their first match against Brunei DPMM FC 2-0 on 28 July 2017, signifying the return to their home1 The Stags are also known for boosting a considerably high attendance at home and away games Their main rivals are Geylang International, with whom they contest the Eastern Derby Tampines Rovers is one of the wealthiest clubs in Singapore football They were previously sponsored by Hyundai and Komoco Motors However it is reported that they would have a new jersey sponsor from 2017 season, ending a 15-year association with Hyundai and Komoco Motors

Contents

  • 1 History
    • 11 2016 season
    • 12 2017 season
  • 2 Crest and colours
  • 3 Stadium
  • 4 Supporters
  • 5 Players
    • 51 SLeague squad
    • 52 Prime League squad
  • 6 Club officials
    • 61 Management
    • 62 Technical staff
  • 7 Managers
  • 8 Honours
    • 81 Domestic
    • 82 ASEAN competition
  • 9 Performance in domestic competitions
  • 10 Performance in AFC competitions
  • 11 AFC clubs ranking
  • 12 References
  • 13 External links

Historyedit

Several football enthusiasts from Tampines decided to form a football club in 1945 After many name changes, they finally decided on "Tampines Rovers" as the official club name The Stags spent the 1950s and 1960s competing in the Singapore Amateur Football Association League, where they were among the top teams, until they were placed in Division II of the newly formed National Football League in 1974 1975 was a watershed year for Tampines, as they were promoted to Division I after winning all their league matches and reached the President's Cup final, where they lost 0–1 to the Singapore Armed Forces Sports Association in front of a national record crowd of 30,000 They continued to challenge for honours for the next decade, reaching another President's Cup final in 1978, then emerging as national champions in 1979, 1980 and 1984 The Stags were relegated to the second tier in 1988, but under a new management team, won their league in 1994, and were one of eight clubs selected to compete in the newly formed SLeague2

However, Tampines did not finish higher than sixth place in the first six seasons of the SLeague In 2002, the Stags secured the services of Malaysian coach Chow Kwai Lam,3 who guided them to the Singapore Cup and two fourth-place finishes4 Under the next coach, Vorawan Chitavanich, Tampines achieved the SLeague and Singapore Cup double in 20045 The following season, they successfully defended their SLeague title, were named the 'SLeague Team of the Decade' and became the first Singapore team to win the ASEAN Club Championship6 The Stags were Singapore Cup champions in 2006, but finished runners-up to SAFFC in the SLeague78 The Stags was also the champion of S-League in 2011 and 2012 They were also runner-up in the 2012 Singapore Cup after losing 1–2 to SAFFC

2016 seasonedit

Signing 9 Lions XII players, Tampines Rovers FC began with 6 unbeaten matches in the SLeague In February Tampines Rovers FC started with the 2016 AFC Cup9 Tampines Rovers FC finished second place in Group E with 10 points Leaving the Red Giants behind with 2 points' difference The round of 16 was won with 10 men by Tampines Rovers FC versus Mohun Bagan by a late goal in the after extra time 1-2 This was also V Sundramoorthy's last match before taking on the Singapore national football team job as care taker V Sundramoorthy's successor was his Assistant coach Akbar Nawas He was appointed to be the next head coach of Tampines Rovers FC followed with 8 straight wins and 28 goals Tampines Rovers FC started the 2016 RHB Singapore Cup with a double win playing Global in the Quarter Finals Global had an unbeaten score in the whole of 2016 season The Stags will face their AFC Cup rivals Ceres from their group stage were they draw and lost a match and let them finish 1st in the AFC Cup 2016 group E

2017 seasonedit

In view of the financial woes faced by the club during the 2016 season, drastic measures were taken before the start of 2017 season These would include cut in players and technical staff's salaries, shutting down of fruit machines to name a few Club chairman, Mr Krishna Ramachandra had decided to make sweeping changes within the club to avoid the same issues happening as last season The 3 foreign imports from last season, Billy Mehmet, Jordan Webb and Jermaine Pennant had been released from the club with them joining Brunei DPMM, Warriors FC and Bury FC respectively The club had also ended their 15-year association with their long term sponsor, Hyundai A significant number of the playing staffs had also left the club as well, notably Hafiz Abu Sujad who left the club for Thai Division 2 side, BBCU FC

The club had signed a trio of foreign young players to replace the 3 that had departed the end of last season They would include former Ceres FC utility player, Son Yong Chan, Japanese Teenage winger, Ryutaro Megumi and former Croatia U17 International, Ivan Jakov Džoni They too did sign a couple of local free agents last season Notable local signings would include Singapore National Team Defensive Pairing, Madhu Mohana and Daniel Bennett from Warriors FC and Geylang International FC The most notable one would be the sudden resignation of coach Akbar Nawas who left the club just 1 month before the start of the season and was replaced by former Garena Young Lions Coach, Jürgen Raab On the non-technical aspect of the team, Yellow Cab Pizza would be the New Jersey sponsor for the team for the upcoming season and Jako would be the new technical sponsor for the team

They took on Global FC in the Asian Champions League Play-Offs this season and lost to them 2-0, which meant that they would be playing in the AFC Cup this season where they finished as quarter finalists last season

Crest and coloursedit

The club selected the stag as its animal mascot as the animal is a symbol of wisdom, its antlers are associated with the tree of life and in Chinese culture, it is a symbol of virility Past Kit Sponsors for the Club would include uhlsport, DAL, Mikasa and Decathlon Kipsta It is reported that Jako would be their new kit sponsor for the 2017 season10

Stadiumedit

As of July 2017, the Stags' home is currently at Our Tampines Hub, having been playing at Clementi Stadium from 2012 to 2014 and from 2015 till the first half of 2017 at Jurong West Stadium, as their previous home ground Tampines Stadium was demolished for Our Tampines Hub On 28 July 2017, Tampines Rovers had their first match against Brunei DPMM FC and won 2-0, signifying the return of The Stags to their home1

Supportersedit

The Yellow Brigade is the official supporting group for the club It is one of the largest supporters group in the SLeague dedicated to the club They are also known for its fanaticism and their support towards the club The Yellow Brigade main colour is black and yellow with mainly yellow football Scarf and Yellow Banners to represent the beloved colour of the club They will also appear at the Stadium for the home match The Yellow Brigade also bring drums, trumpet and flags to every match

Playersedit

SLeague squadedit

As of 18 June 2017 11

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality

No Position Player
1 GK Izwan Mahbud
2 MF Ismadi Mukhtar
3 DF Jufri Taha
4 MF Fahrudin Mustafic vice-captain
6 DF Madhu Mohana captain
7 MF Son Yong-chan
8 MF Shahdan Sulaiman
9 MF Ryutaro Megumi
10 FW Fazrul Nawaz
11 DF Shakir Hamzah
13 MF Amirul Haziq
14 MF Fazli Ayob
No Position Player
15 DF Imran Sahib
16 DF Daniel Bennett
17 MF Jamil Ali
18 MF Hafiz Sujad
19 FW Khairul Amri
20 FW Ivan Džoni
21 FW Hafiz Rahim
22 DF Farhan Rahmat
23 GK Joey Sim
24 GK Haikal Hasnol
25 DF Irwan Shah

Prime League squadedit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality

No Position Player
26 MF Noor Hilman
27 FW Faizal Raffi
28 FW Diego Silvas
29 Raja Rishan
30 MF Aide Shazwandi
31 Khairul Nizam Irwan
32 MF Danish Uwais
33 Rafiq Tajudin
34 GK S Sakthishwar
35 FW Haiqal Sulaiman
36 Adiputra Jeferee
No Position Player
37 Sheikh Abdullah
39 Jayden Wee
40 Leonard Koh
41 Sheikh Ibrahim
42 MF Andi Agus Salam Kahar
43 Yuen Yong Jie
44 Nauffal Shah
45 MF Ryhan Stewart
46 D Arjuna
47 DF Zulfadhmi Suzliman

Club officialsedit

Managementedit

  • Chairman: Murali Krishna Ramachandra
  • Vice Chairman:
  • Honorary Secretary: Wong Yi
  • Honorary Treasurer: Kua Chin Teck
  • Committee Member: Tetsu Liew Wai Tat
  • General Manager: Desmund Khusnin
  • Head of Digital Marketing: Chris Harvey
  • Admin Executive: Faridah Matsah

Reference:12

Technical staffedit

  • Team Manager: Desmund Khusnin
  • Director of Football Excellence: Jita Singh
  • Head Coach: Jürgen Raab
  • Assistant Coach: Herman Zailani
  • Assistant Coach: Sugunan Perianan
  • Assistant Coach: Tom Silvas
  • Player-Assistant Coach: Mustafic Fahrudin
  • Goalkeeper Trainer: William Pang
  • Sports Trainer: Shafiq Tahir
  • Sports Trainer: Premjit Singh
  • Sports Trainer: Gurnaya Singh
  • Sports Trainer: Kumar Krishnan
  • Kit Man: Goh Koon Hiang
  • Media Officer: Chris Harvey
  • Prime League Coach: Dilwant Singh

Reference:13

Managersedit

  • Victor Stănculescu 1997–1998
  • Vorawan Chitavanich 1 January 2004 – December 2010
  • Steven Tan 1 January 2011 – 10 August 2012
  • Zulkarnaen Zainal January 2012 – 
  • Tay Peng Kee 11 August 2012 – 31 December 2012
  • Nenad Baćina 1 December 2012 – 28 May 2013
  • Tay Peng Kee 28 May 2013 – 27 November 2013
  • Salim Moin 28 November 2013 – 27 April 201414
  • Rafi Ali 27 April 2014 – 5 November 201414
  • V Sundramoorthy 5 November 2014 – June 2016
  • Akbar Nawas June 2016 – January 2017
  • Jürgen Raab January 2017 –

Honoursedit

Domesticedit

League

  • SLeague: 5
  • 2004, 2005, 2011, 2012, 2013
  • National Football League Division One: 3
  • 1979, 1980, 1984

Cup

  • Singapore Cup: 3
  • 2002, 2004, 2006
  • Singapore Charity Shield: 4
  • 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
  • League Cup: 1
  • 2014 Plate Winners

ASEAN competitionedit

  • ASEAN Club Championship: 1
  • 2005

Performance in domestic competitionsedit

Season SLeague Singapore Cup League Cup
Pos P W D L F A Pts
1996-1 8th 14 3 3 8 18 27 12
1996-2 7th 14 2 2 10 10 28 8
1997 6th 16 4 3 9 22 38 15
1998 6th 20 8 5 7 41 40 29 Group Stage
1999 10th 22 4 8 10 25 39 20 Quarter-finals
2000 7th 22 7 6 9 30 27 27 Quarter-finals
2001 6th 33 14 6 13 60 55 48 Group Stage
2002 4th 33 16 11 6 67 39 59 Winners
2003 4th 33 17 3–2 11 63 40 59 Quarter-finals
2004 1st 27 20 3 4 76 29 63 Winners
2005 1st 27 18 3 6 77 35 57 Semi-finals
2006 2nd 30 16 9 5 70 42 57 Winners
2007 3rd 33 24 5 4 77 32 77 Runners-up Quarter-finals
2008 4th 33 20 5 8 66 37 65 Third Place Quarter-finals
2009 2nd 30 16 8 6 47 25 56 Quarter-finals Quarter-finals
2010 2nd 33 21 6 6 68 30 69 Runners-up Quarter-finals
2011 1st 33 25 3 5 71 25 78 Quarter-finals Third Place
2012 1st 24 16 4 4 49 24 52 Runners-up Semi-finals
2013 1st 27 17 5 5 59 36 56 Preliminary Quarter-finals
2014 3rd 27 14 6 7 42 32 49 Third Place Group Stage
2015 2nd 27 14 7 6 44 25 48 Quarter-finals Group Stage
2016 2nd 24 15 4 5 50 28 49 Runner-up Semi-finals
2017 7th 0 0 0 1 1 2 0
  • The 1996 season of the SLeague was split into two series Tiger Beer Series winners Geylang United defeated Pioneer Series winners Singapore Armed Forces in the Championship playoff to clinch the SLeague title
  • 2003 saw the introduction of penalty shoot-outs if a match ended in a draw in regular time Winners of penalty shoot-outs gained two points instead of one

Performance in AFC competitionsedit

  • AFC Cup: 8 appearances
2016: Quarter Finals 2014: Group stage 2013: Group stage 2012: Group stage 2011: Round of 16 2007: Quarter-finals 2006: Quarter-finals 2005: Quarter-finals

AFC clubs rankingedit

As of 02 JULY 201715
Current Rank Country Team
70 Tampines Rovers
71 Erbil SC
72 Shanghai Greenland Shenhua
73 Central Coast Mariners
74 Persipura Jayapura

Referencesedit

  1. ^ a b hermesauto 2017-07-28 "Football: Over 4,600 fans cheer Tampines Rovers' homecoming" The Straits Times Retrieved 2017-07-30 
  2. ^ Malathi Das and Palakrishnan 1996, "SLeague: the kick-off", Singapore Professional Football League Pte Ltd, p 50
  3. ^ Fariq Rahman, "Kwai Lam helming S-League club", The Malay Mail, 11 April 2002
  4. ^ "Tampines Rovers beat Jurong FC 1–0 to win Singapore Cup", Channel NewsAsia, 14 October 2002
  5. ^ "SLeague champs Tampines make it double with Singapore Cup win", Channel NewsAsia, 3 October 2004
  6. ^ Alvin Foo, "Tampines are S-League Team of the Decade", The Straits Times, 21 November 2005
  7. ^ Atsushi Fujioka, "Singapore – List of Champions", RSSSF, 8 November 2012
  8. ^ Erlan Manaschev, "Singapore – List of Cup Winners", RSSSF, 8 November 2012
  9. ^ "2016 AFC Cup Competition Regulations" PDF AFC 28 November 2015 
  10. ^ "SLeague: the kick-off", p 18
  11. ^ "Tampines Rovers FC – Team Players 2015" SLeague Retrieved 27 March 2015 
  12. ^ "Management – Tampines Rovers FC" Tampines Rovers Retrieved 12 July 2016 
  13. ^ "Staff – Tampines Rovers FC" Tampines Rovers Retrieved 12 July 2016 
  14. ^ a b Dan, Guen Chin 28 April 2014 "Rafi Ali to lead Tampines Rovers" Today 
  15. ^ "AFC Club Ranking 2nd July 2017 " globalfootballrankscom Asian Football Confederation Retrieved 2 July 2017 

External linksedit

  • Official club website
  • SLeague website page on Tampines Rovers FC

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