S.League Table
S.League 2017 Season

The S.League is Singapore's first professional football league, kick-started by the nation's withdrawal from the Malaysia Cup in 1994. Two years later in 1996, an eight-team S.League was born.

Indeed the S.League has evolved from its humble beginnings in 1996 into the forward thinking and modern professional league it is today. In fact, the S-League is widely regarded as the best league in South East Asia.

Eight non-Singaporean teams have been involved in the S.League – Albirex Niigata FC (Singapore), Sinchi FC, Sporting Afrique FC, Liaoning Guangyuan FC, Super Reds FC, Dalian Shide Siwu, Harimau Muda and Brunei DPMM FC.

An ninth side – Etoile FC – went on to become the first non-Singaporean team to win the S.League title in 2010.

In February 2007, the S.League received a massive shot in the arm when it was shortlisted by the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) among the top ten leagues in Asia, alongside the J-League, K-League and A-League.

Rank Teams Played Wins Draw Lost Goal score Goals conceded Points
1 Albirex Niigata FC (S) Albirex Niigata FC (S) 21 17 2 2 55 13 53
2 Home United FC Home United FC 19 13 4 2 49 20 43
3 Tampines Rovers FC Tampines Rovers FC 19 13 2 4 37 20 41
4 Warriors FC Warriors FC 20 8 6 6 27 26 30
5 Geylang Int'l FC Geylang Int'l FC 20 9 3 8 20 25 30
6 Hougang United FC Hougang United FC 21 8 2 11 21 28 26
7 Balestier Khalsa FC Balestier Khalsa FC 22 4 4 14 16 30 16
8 Brunei DPMM FC Brunei DPMM FC 19 3 2 14 23 47 11
9 Garena Young Lions Garena Young Lions 19 1 3 15 9 48 6

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