2009 S.League

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S. League
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Season 2009
Champions Singapore Armed Forces
8th S.League title
AFC Champions League Singapore Armed Forces
(S.League winners)
AFC Cup Geylang United
(Singapore Cup winners)
Matches played 165
Goals scored 452 (2.74 per match)
Top goalscorer Aleksandar Đurić (28)
Biggest home win Singapore Armed Forces 6-0 Albirex Niigata (S)
(26 March 2009)
Biggest away win Sengkang Punggol 1-7 Singapore Armed Forces
(11 April 2009)
Highest scoring Sengkang Punggol 1-7 Singapore Armed Forces
(11 April 2009)
2008
2010

The 2009 S.League (officially known as the Great-Eastern-Yeo's S.League for sponsorship reasons) was the 14th season since the establishment of the S.League. Singapore Armed Forces FC won their eighth S.League title.

Changes to the league include:

  • Monthly claim of S$2,000 for the local clubs from the FAS if they sign a foreign player who is a newcomer to the S-League.[1]
  • Brunei DPMM have replaced Dalian Shide Siwu in 2009 season.[2]

Teams[edit]

2009 S.League is located in Brunei
Singapore
Singapore
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Location of teams in 2009 S.League (Brunei teams)

League table[edit]

2009 S-League Standings[edit]

Final League Standings

Pos Club P W D L F A +/- Points Qualifications
1 Singapore Armed Forces 30 22 1 7 73 31 +42 67 AFC Champions League 2010
2 Tampines Rovers 30 16 8 6 47 25 +22 56
3 Gombak United 30 14 11 5 52 32 +20 53
4 Home United 30 16 5 9 50 32 +18 53
5 South Korea Super Reds 30 14 8 8 52 34 +18 50
6 Geylang United 30 12 4 14 36 39 -3 40 AFC Cup 2010
7 Japan Albirex Niigata (S) 30 11 5 14 38 47 -9 38
8 Young Lions 30 9 7 14 33 48 -15 34
9 Woodlands Wellington 30 8 7 15 23 48 -25 31
10 Sengkang Punggol 30 5 6 19 26 58 -32 21
11 Balestier Khalsa 30 4 6 20 22 58 -36 18
- Brunei Brunei DPMM - - - - - - - - -
  • Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd goal difference; 3rd goals scored; 4th head-to-head
  • Rule on Continental Qualification: Only local clubs are able to qualify for Asian Club Competitions, hence the three foreign sides of Albirex Niigata (S), Brunei DPMM and Super Reds, and the FAS U-23 team Young Lions, will not be able to qualify for Continental Competitions.

† Following a FIFA decision reached in Rio de Janeiro on 29 September 2009, Brunei DPMM will no longer be permitted to play in the S.League.[3] They were unable to complete the League after FIFA denies FAS appeal for Brunei DPMM FC to finish the 2009 season.[4] Their records were being expunged according to the League rule.

Results[edit]

Fixtures and Results of the S. League 2009 season.

Note: The results are broken down into weeks rather than rounds, as some teams may play 2 or more games a week due to the nature of the league system (games are played every day). Hence, sometimes, teams may not play in the league some weeks due to other competition commitments or re-arranged games.

Week 1[edit]

The opening week of the season runs from Monday 16 February to Sunday 22 February.

February 16, 2009
19:45
Tampines Rovers 0 – 0 Home United
Details
Report
Tampines Stadium
Attendance: 3,337
Referee: Abdul Malik Bashir

February 17, 2009
19:45
Geylang United 3 – 1 Albirex Niigata (S)
Ashrin Shariff Goal 41' (pen) Goal 85'
Noor Ali Goal 45'
Details
Report
Kenji Adachihara Goal 32'
Bedok Stadium
Attendance: 2,521
Referee: Sukhbir Singh

February 19, 2009
19:45
Super Reds 0 – 0 Young Lions
Details
Report
Yishun Stadium
Attendance: 2,464
Referee: Abas Daud

February 20, 2009
19:30
Sengkang Punggol 0 – 1 Gombak United
Details
Report
Gabriel Obatola Goal 61'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 4,230
Referee: P Pandian

February 22, 2009
19:45
Balestier Khalsa 0 – 3 SAFFC
Details
Report
Aleksandar Duric Goal 36' Goal 39' (pen)
Masahiro Fukasawa Goal 75'
Toa Payoh Stadium
Attendance: 1,992
Referee: Leow Thiam Hoe

Week 2[edit]

The 2nd week of the season runs from Monday 23 February to Sunday 1 March.

February 23, 2009
19:45
Albirex Niigata (S) 0 – 1 Sengkang Punggol
Details
Report
Indra Sahdan Goal 36'
Jurong East Stadium
Attendance: 1,642
Referee: Muhd Taqi

February 24, 2009
19:45
Gombak United 1 – 0 Super Reds
Agu Casmir Goal 87' Details
Report
Jurong West Stadium
Attendance: 2,157
Referee: T Aravinthan

February 26, 2009
19:45
Woodlands Wellington 2 – 2 Tampines Rovers
Zakaria Yousif Goal 14'
Mojtaba Tehranizadeh Goal 50'
Details
Report
Sutee Suksomkit Goal 28' Goal 43'
Woodlands Stadium
Attendance: 1,955
Referee: Muhd Adzhar Adziz

February 26, 2009
19:45
Home United 3 – 0 Balestier Khalsa
Kengne Ludovick Goal 61' Goal 90' (pen)
Peres de Oliveira Goal 76'
Details
Report
Clementi Stadium
Attendance: 1,783
Referee: Zaid Hussein

February 27, 2009
19:30
Young Lions 1 – 1 Brunei DPMM
Khairul Nizam Goal 44' Details
Report
Abu Bakar Mahari Goal 90'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Abdul Malik Bashir

February 28, 2009
19:45
SAFFC 2 – 0 Geylang United
John Wilkinson Goal 24'
Aleksandar Duric Goal 26'
Details
Report
Choa Chu Kang Stadium
Attendance: 2,213
Referee: Abas Daud

Week 3[edit]

The 3rd week of the season runs from Monday 2 March to Sunday 8 March.

March 2, 2009
19:45
Balestier Khalsa 1 – 1 Tampines Rovers
Ithamar Rangel Goal 69' Details
Report
Seiji Kaneko Goal 54'
Toa Payoh Stadium
Attendance: 2,044
Referee: Sukhbir Singh

March 3, 2009
19:45
Woodlands Wellington 0 – 0 Young Lions
Details
Report
Woodlands Stadium
Attendance: 2,076
Referee: Muhd Taqi

March 4, 2009
19:45
SAFFC 3 – 1 Home United
Ahmad Latiff Goal 39'
Daniel Bennett Goal 61'
John Wilkinson Goal 90'
Details
Report
Shi Jiayi Goal 50' (pen)
Choa Chu Kang Stadium
Attendance: 3,242
Referee: P Pandian

March 4, 2009
20:45
Brunei DPMM 2 – 1 Super Reds
Yusof Salleh Goal 61'
Abu Bakar Mahari Goal 84'
Details
Report
Jeon Byung Euk Goal 11' (pen)
Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium
Attendance: 5,457
Referee: Abas Daud

March 5, 2009
19:45
Sengkang Punggol 2 – 2 Geylang United
Indra Sahdan Goal 70' (pen) Goal 88' Details
Report
Yasir Hanapi Goal 3'
Ashrin Shariff Goal 38'
Hougang Stadium
Attendance: 2,083
Referee: Abdul Malik Bashir

March 6, 2009
19:30
Gombak United 3 – 0 Albirex Niigata (S)
Gabriel Obatola Goal 23' (pen) Goal 72'
Ruhaizad Ismail Goal 80'
Detail
Report
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 3,117
Referee: Muhd Adzhar Adziz

March 8, 2009
20:45
Brunei DPMM 2 – 1 Woodlands Wellington
Sairol Sahari Goal 8'
Ivan Jerkovic Goal 85' (pen)
Details
Report
Ismadi Bin Muhamad Mukhtar Goal 4'
Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium
Attendance: 6,451
Referee: Leow Thiam Hoe

Week 4[edit]

The 4th week of the season runs from Monday 9 March to Sunday 15 March.

March 9, 2009
19:45
Tampines Rovers 2 – 0 Sengkang Punggol
Noh Alam Shah Goal 22'
Sutee Suksomkit Goal 82' (pen)
Details
Report
Tampines Stadium
Attendance: 2,510
Referee: Zaid Hussein

March 11, 2009
19:45
Super Reds 1 – 1 Balestier Khalsa
Yu Hyun Koo Goal 58' Details
Report
Bryan Soane Goal 90'
Yishun Stadium
Attendance: 2,194
Referee: Muhd Taqi

March 12, 2009
19:45
Geylang United 0 – 0 Brunei DPMM
Details
Report
Bedok Stadium
Attendance: 2,595
Referee: Sukhbir Singh

March 12, 2009
19:45
Albirex Niigata (S) 3 – 0 Woodlands Wellington
Akira Takase Goal 8' Goal 14'
Kenji Adachihara Goal 69'
Details
Report
Jurong East Stadium
Attendance: 1,518
Referee: P Pandian

March 13, 2009
19:30
Home United 1 – 1 Gombak United
Valery Hiek Goal 54' Details
Report
Goran Šubara Goal 82'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 3,664
Referee: Abas Daud

March 14, 2009
19:45
Young Lions 1 – 2 SAFFC
Obadin Aikhena Goal 67' Details
Report
John Wilkinson Goal 3'
Shaiful Esah Goal 72'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,455
Referee: Abdul Malik Bashir

Week 5[edit]

The 5th week of the season runs from Monday 16 March to Sunday 22 March.

March 16, 2009
19:45
Sengkang Punggol 2 – 3 Super Reds
Murphy Wiredu Goal 22' Goal 38' Details
Report
Kim Yoon-Sik Goal 5'
Park Han Seok Goal 7' Goal 29'
Hougang Stadium
Attendance: 2,030
Referee: T Aravinthan

March 19, 2009
19:45
Gombak United 1 – 0 Young Lions
Kingsley Njoku Goal 90' Details
Report
Jurong West Stadium
Attendance: 2,606
Referee: Zaid Hussein

March 19, 2009
19:45
Balestier Khalsa 0 – 1 Brunei DPMM
Details
Report
Oh Ddog Yi Goal 35'
Toa Payoh Stadium
Attendance: 1,957
Referee: Muhd Adzhar Adziz

March 20, 2009
19:45
Geylang United 0 – 2 Tampines Rovers
Details
Report
Qiu Li Goal 37'
Noh Alam Shah Goal 68'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 4,012
Referee: Muhd Taqi

March 21, 2009
19:45
Albirex Niigata (S) 1 – 0 Home United
Ryota Kobayashi Goal 5' Details
Report
Jurong East Stadium
Attendance: 1,532
Referee: Leow Thiam Hoe

March 22, 2009
19:45
SAFFC 2 – 3 Woodlands Wellington
Park Tae-Won Goal 20'
John Wilkinson Goal 34'
Details
Report
Jamil Ali Goal 49' Goal 79'
Mojtaba Tehranizadeh Goal 70'
Choa Chu Kang Stadium
Attendance: 2,248
Referee: Abas Daud

Week 6[edit]

The 6th week of the season runs from Monday 23 March to Sunday 29 March.

March 23, 2009
19:45
Balestier Khalsa 2 – 1 Geylang United
Ithamar Rangel Goal 64'
Syaqir Sulaiman Goal 72'
Details
Report
Rastislav Belicak Goal 23'
Toa Payoh Stadium
Attendance: 1,905
Referee: Zaid Hussein

March 24, 2009
19:45
Brunei DPMM 1 – 0 Sengkang Punggol
Shahrazen Said Goal 60' Details
Report
Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium
Attendance: 9,081
Referee: Abdul Malik

March 25, 2009
19:45
Young Lions 1 – 0 Home United
Obadin Aikhena Goal 72' Details
Report
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 2,863
Referee: P Pandian

March 26, 2009
19:45
SAFFC 6 – 0 Albirex Niigata (S)
Ahmad Latiff Goal 32'
Aleksandar Duric Goal 37' Goal 54' Goal 90'
John Wilkinson Goal 42' Goal 74'
Details
Report
Choa Chu Kang Stadium
Attendance: 2,084
Referee: T Aravinthan

March 26, 2009
19:45
Woodlands Wellington 1 – 1 Gombak United
Zakaria Yousif Goal 20' Details
Report
Agu Casmir Goal 89'
Woodlands Stadium
Attendance: 1,625
Referee: Muhd Taqi

March 27, 2009
19:30
Super Reds 1 – 1 Tampines Rovers
Choi Dong Soo Goal 52' Details
Report
Seiji Kaneko Goal 39'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 2,543
Referee: Abdul Malik Bashir

Week 7[edit]

The 7th week of the season runs from Monday 30 March to Sunday 5 April.

March 30, 2009
19:45
Home United 4 – 0 Woodlands Wellington
Norikazu Murakami Goal 55' Goal 62' Goal 80'
Kengne Ludovick Goal 90'
Details
Report
Clementi Stadium
Attendance: 1,806
Referee: Sukhbir Singh

March 31, 2009
19:45
Gombak United 3 – 1 SAFFC
Gabriel Obatola Goal 31' Goal 65' (pen)
Kingsley Njoku Goal 52'
Details
Report
Ahmad Latiff Goal 6'
Jurong West Stadium
Attendance: 2,870
Referee: Leow Thiam Hoe

April 1, 2009
19:45
Sengkang Punggol 2 – 2 Balestier Khalsa
Indra Sahdan Goal 37' Goal 65' Details
Report
Seth Galloway Goal 10'
K Vikraman Goal 63'
Hougang Stadium
Attendance: 1,562
Referee: Pandian Palaniyandi

April 2, 2009
19:45
Albirex Niigata (S) 2 – 1 Young Lions
Kenji Adachihara Goal 8'
Tetsuya Kishida Goal 31'
Details
Report
Obadin Aikhena Goal 90'
Jurong East Stadium
Attendance: 1,615
Referee: Zaid Bin Hussein

April 2, 2009
19:45
Geylang United 1 – 0 Super Reds
Lloyd Butler Goal 5' Details
Report
Bedok Stadium
Attendance: 2,202
Referee: Abas Daud

April 3, 2009
19:30
Tampines Rovers 1 – 1 Brunei DPMM
Sutee Suksomkit Goal 75' Details
Report
Shariff Abdul Samat Goal 63' (o.g)
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 3,809
Referee: T Aravinthan

Week 8[edit]

The 8th week of the season runs from Monday 6 April to Sunday 12 April.

April 6, 2009
19:45
Balestier Khalsa 0 – 1 Woodlands Wellington
Details
Report
Jufri Taha Goal 2' (o.g.)
Toa Payoh Stadium
Attendance: 1,964
Referee: Muhammad Adzhar Aziz

April 8, 2009
19:45
Super Reds 2 – 1 Albirex Niigata (S)
Park Kang Jin Goal 15'
Choi Dong Soo Goal 60'
Details
Report
Shunsuke Sunaga Goal 31'
Yishun Stadium
Attendance: 1,708
Referee: Jeevanathan

April 9, 2009
19:45
Tampines Rovers 2 – 0 Young Lions
Noh Alam Shah Goal 5'
Aliff Shafaein Goal 42'
Details
Report
Tampines Stadium
Attendance: 2,521
Referee: Sukhbir Singh

April 10, 2009
19:30
Brunei DPMM 2 – 1 Gombak United
Sairol Sahari Goal 3', Goal 73' Details
Report
Emmanuel Emuejeraye Goal 29'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 3,546
Referee: Pandian Palaniyandi

April 11, 2009
19:45
Sengkang Punggol 1 – 7 SAFFC
Anthony Bahadur Goal 53' Details
Report
Therdsak Chaiman Goal 30' Goal 55'
Ahmad Latiff Goal 34' Goal 90'
Mustaqim Manzur Goal 59'
Kenji Arai Goal 71'
Aleksandar Đurić Goal 75'
Hougang Stadium
Attendance: 1,336
Referee: T Aravinthan

April 12, 2009
19:45
Geylang United 1 – 0 Home United
Lloyd Butler Goal 67' Details
Report
Bedok Stadium
Attendance: 2,264
Referee: Leow Thiam Hoe

Week 9[edit]

The 9th week of the season runs from Monday 13 April to Sunday 19 April.

April 13, 2009
19:45
Young Lions 2 – 0 Balestier Khalsa
Irwan Shah Goal 33'
Yang Mu Goal 64'
Details
Report
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,898
Referee: W Ravisanthiran

April 14, 2009
19:45
Albirex Niigata (S) 2 – 2 Brunei DPMM
Kenji Adachihara Goal 10'
Kunihiro Honda Goal 50'
Details
Report
Shahrazen Said Goal 41'
Abdelhamid Berguiga Goal 65'
Jurong East Stadium
Attendance: 1,747
Referee: Abas Daud

April 15, 2009
19:45
Home United 3 – 0 Sengkang Punggol
Peres de Oliveira Goal 45'
Kengne Ludovick Goal 59'
Norikazu Murakami Goal 73'
Details
Report
Clementi Stadium
Attendance: 904
Referee: P Pandian

April 16, 2009
19:45
Gombak United 0 – 0 Tampines Rovers
Details
Report
Jurong West Stadium
Attendance: 2,535
Referee: Abdul Malik

April 16, 2009
19:45
Woodlands Wellington 0 – 2 Geylang United
Details
Report
Lloyd Butler Goal 12'
Rastislav Belicak Goal 59'
Woodlands Stadium
Attendance: 1,466
Referee: T Aravinthan

April 17, 2009
19:30
SAFFC 1 – 0 Super Reds
John Wilkinson Goal 78' Details
Report
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 3,440
Referee: Abas Daud

Week 10[edit]

The 10th week of the season runs from Monday 20 April to Monday 27 April. The week is one day longer than normal so as to accommodate the break for Singapore Cup 2009 between 28 April and 6 May. The league will resume on 7 May.

April 20, 2009
19:45
Tampines Rovers 1 – 0 Albirex Niigata (S)
Noh Alam Shah Goal 8' Details
Report
Tampines Stadium
Attendance: 2,420
Referee: Johan Jahari

April 22, 2009
19:45
Geylang United 1 – 1 Young Lions
Shah Hirul Goal 36' Details
Report
Goh Swee Swee Goal 34'
Bedok Stadium
Attendance: 1,978
Referee: Muhammad Adzhar Aziz

April 23, 2009
19:45
Sengkang Punggol 1 – 0 Woodlands Wellington
Anthony Bahadur Goal 45' Details
Report
Hougang Stadium
Attendance: 1,604
Referee: Mohammad Taqi A Jahari

April 24, 2009
19:30
Balestier Khalsa 1 – 4 Gombak United
Syaqir Sulaiman Goal 89' Details
Report
Gabriel Obatola Goal 12' Goal 14' Goal 77' (pen)
Agu Casmir Goal 82'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 3,486
Referee: Sukhbir Singh

April 25, 2009
19:45
Super Reds 1 – 0 Home United
Park Han Seok Goal 28' Details
Report
Yishun Stadium
Attendance: 1,024
Referee: T Aravinthan

April 26, 2009
20:15
Brunei DPMM 2 – 1 SAFFC
Ivan Jerkovic Goal 7'
Abdelhamid Berguiga Goal 47'
Details
Report
Therdsak Chaiman Goal 89'
Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium
Attendance: 10,583
Referee: Abdul Malik

April 27, 2009
19:45
Young Lions 2 – 3 Sengkang Punggol
Afiq Yunos Goal 1'
Eugene Luo Goal 68'
Details
Report
Indra Sahdan Daud Goal 10' (pen)
Murphy Wiredu Goal 42'
Anthony Bahadur Goal 51'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,559
Referee: Johan Bin Jahari

Week 11[edit]

The 11th week of the season runs from Thursday 7 May to Sunday 10 May, following the break for Singapore Cup 2009.

May 7, 2009
19:45
Gombak United 3 – 1 Geylang United
Agu Casmir Goal 29' Goal 90'
Kingsley Njoku Goal 65'
Details
Report
Rickey Harris Goal 90' (pen)
Jurong West Stadium
Attendance: 2,541
Referee: Sukhbir Singh

May 7, 2009
19:45
Albirex Niigata (S) 2 – 2 Balestier Khalsa
Kenji Adachihara Goal 49'
Akira Takase Goal 77'
Details
Report
Ednardo Moura Goal 30'
Bryan Soane Goal 90'
Jurong East Stadium
Attendance: 1,458
Referee: Jeevanathan

May 8, 2009
19:30
Young Lions 1 – 1 Woodlands Wellington
Obadin Aikhena Goal 86' Details
Report
Daniel Hammond Goal 42'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,632
Referee: Leow Thiam Hoe

May 9, 2009
19:45
SAFFC 4 – 2 Tampines Rovers
Therdsak Chaiman Goal 25' (pen)
Shariff Abdul Samat Goal 47' (o.g.)
Aleksandar Duric Goal 77' Goal 90'
Details
Report
Noh Alam Shah Goal 14'
Sutee Suksomkit Goal 23' (pen)
Choa Chu Kang Stadium
Attendance: 2,184
Referee: Abas Daud

May 10, 2009
19:45
Home United 2 – 0 Brunei DPMM
Norikazu Murakami Goal 60'
Kengne Ludovick Goal 63'
Details
Report
Clementi Stadium
Attendance: 1,008
Referee: Sukhbir Singh

Week 12[edit]

The 12th week of the season runs from Monday 11 May to Sunday 17 May.

May 11, 2009
19:45
Gombak United 3 – 0 Sengkang Punggol
Gabriel Obatola Goal 8' Goal 88'
Agu Casmir Goal 64'
Details
Report
Jurong West Stadium
Attendance: 2,272
Referee: Muhd Taqi

May 12, 2009
19:45
Young Lions 0 – 5 Super Reds
Details
Report
Park Kang Jin Goal 24'
Choi Dong Soo Goal 37' (pen) Goal 70'
Park Han Seok Goal 49'
Kim Tae Young Goal 63'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,914
Referee: Abdul Malik

May 13, 2009
19:45
Home United 1 – 1 Tampines Rovers
Fadzuhasny Juraimi Goal 84' Details
Report
Qiu Li Goal 24'
Clementi Stadium
Attendance: 1,110
Referee: P Pandian

May 14, 2009
19:45
SAFFC 3 – 1 Balestier Khalsa
Park Tae-Won Goal 6'
Mustaqim Manzur Goal 59'
Jufri Taha (Goal 82' (o.g)
Details
Report
Bryan Soane Goal 90'
Choa Chu Kang Stadium
Attendance: 1,835
Referee: Muhammad Adzhar Aziz

May 15, 2009
19:30
Albirex Niigata (S) 2 – 0 Geylang United
Taisuke Akiyoshi Goal 4'
Kenji Adachihara Goal 83'
Details
Report
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 2,429
Referee: Muhd Taqi

May 16, 2009
19:45
Brunei DPMM 1 – 0 Young Lions
Shahir Hamzah Goal 56' (o.g.) Details
Report
Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium
Attendance: 4,856
Referee: T Aravinthan

Week 13[edit]

The 13th week of the season runs from Monday 18 May to Sunday 24 May.

May 18, 2009
19:45
Tampines Rovers 4 – 1 Woodlands Wellington
Benoit Croissant Goal 40'
Seiji Kaneko Goal 48'
Qiu Li Goal 58'
Shukor Zailan Goal 77'
Details
Report
Daniel Hammond Goal 53'
Tampines Stadium
Attendance: 2,134
Referee: Sukhbir Singh

May 20, 2009
19:45
Super Reds 3 – 1 Gombak United
Kim Yoon-Sik Goal 35'
Park Kang Jin Goal 53'
Park Han Seok Goal 74'
Details
Report
Gabriel Obatola Goal 17'
Yishun Stadium
Attendance: 1,108
Referee: Leow Thiam Hoe

May 21, 2009
19:45
Woodlands Wellington 2 – 1 Brunei DPMM
Mojtaba Tehranizadeh Goal 33'
Jamil Ali Goal 64'
Details
Report
Abu Bakar Mahari Goal 65'
Woodlands Stadium
Attendance: 1,330
Referee: Abas Daud

May 22, 2009
19:30
Sengkang Punggol 1 – 0 Albirex Niigata (S)
Indra Sahdan Goal 81' Details
Report
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,414
Referee: T Aravinthan

May 23, 2009
19:45
Balestier Khalsa 1 – 1 Home United
Syaqir Sulaiman Goal 85' Details
Report
Jumaat Bin Jantan Goal 21'
Toa Payoh Stadium
Attendance: 1,741
Referee: Jeevanathan P M

May 24, 2009
19:45
Geylang United 0 – 3 SAFFC
Details
Report
Mustaqim Manzur Goal 3'
Aleksandar Duric Goal 55' Goal 78'
Bedok Stadium
Attendance: 2,202
Referee: P Pandian

Week 14[edit]

The 14th week of the season runs from Monday 25 May to Saturday 30 May. The league will then take a break for the League Cup.

May 25, 2009
19:45
Young Lions 0 – 4 Gombak United
Details
Report
Gabriel Obatola Goal 25' (pen) Goal 32' (pen)
Agu Casmir Goal 27'
Kingsley Njoku Goal 90'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,366
Referee: Zaid Bin Hussein

May 26, 2009
19:45
Super Reds 0 – 0 Brunei DPMM
Details
Report
Yishun Stadium
Attendance: 1,219
Referee: Abdul Malik

May 27, 2009
19:45
Tampines Rovers 1 – 0 Balestier Khalsa
Noh Alam Shah Goal 27' Details
Report
Tampines Stadium
Attendance: 2,123
Referee: W Ravisanthiran

May 28, 2009
19:45
Geylang United 2 – 0 Sengkang Punggol
Miroslav Latiak Goal 66'
Noor Ali Goal 83'
Details
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Bedok Stadium
Attendance: 1,682
Referee: Abas Daud

May 28, 2009
19:45
Albirex Niigata (S) 3 – 3 Gombak United
Akira Takase Goal 23'
Ken Matsumoto Goal 49'
Kenji Adachihara Goal 64'
Details
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Gabriel Obatola Goal 12' (pen)
Kingsley Njoku Goal 18'
Agu Casmir Goal 34'
Jurong East Stadium
Attendance: 1,587
Referee: P Pandian

May 29, 2009
19:30
Woodlands Wellington 1 – 0 Super Reds
Daniel Hammond Goal 54' (pen) Details
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Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,671
Referee: Zaid Bin Hussein

May 30, 2009
19:45
Home United 2 – 1 SAFFC
Kengne Ludovick Goal 62'
Peres de Oliveira Goal 85'
Details
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Park Tae-Won Goal 77'
Clementi Stadium
Attendance: 1,135
Referee: Abdul Malik

Week 15[edit]

The 15th week of the season runs from Monday 22 June to Sunday 28 June. The league resume after the break for the League Cup.

June 22, 2009
19:45
Woodlands Wellington 0 – 1 Albirex Niigata (S)
Details
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Kenji Adachihara Goal 16'
Woodlands Stadium
Attendance: 1,417
Referee: T Aravinthan

June 24, 2009
20:15
Brunei DPMM 3 – 0 Geylang United
Azwan Saleh Goal 21'
Abdelhamid Berguiga Goal 69'
Oh Ddog Yi Goal 85'
Details
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Sultan Hassal Bolkiah Stadium
Attendance: 5,949
Referee: Muhd Taqi

June 25, 2009
19:45
Sengkang Punggol 1 – 1 Tampines Rovers
Hiroyuki Yamamoto Goal 5' Details
Report
Noh Alam Shah Goal 87'
Hougang Stadium
Attendance: 1,602
Referee: Leow Thiam Hoe

June 26, 2009
19:45
Balestier Khalsa 1 – 2 Super Reds
Ednardo Moura Goal 5' Details
Report
Yun Bo Young Goal 17'
Sahairi Ramri Goal 77' (o.g.)
Toa Payoh Stadium
Attendance: 616
Referee: P Pandian

June 27, 2009
19:45
Gombak United 2 – 1 Home United
Kingsley Njoku Goal 30'
Emmanuel Emuejeraye Goal 41'
Details Kengne Ludovick Goal 90'
Jurong West Stadium
Attendance: 2,390
Referee: T Aravinthan

June 27, 2009
19:45
SAFFC 2 – 1 Young Lions
Aleksandar Duric Goal 23'
Zulfadli Zainal Abidin Goal 89'
Details
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Razaleigh Khalik Goal 57' (o.g.)
Choa Chu Kang Stadium
Attendance: 1,673
Referee: Abas Daud

June 28, 2009
19:45
Tampines Rovers 3 – 1 Geylang United
Noh Alam Shah Goal 22'
Qiu Li Goal 25'
Fahrudin Mustafic Goal 71' (pen)
Details
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Ashrin Shariff Goal 36'
Tampines Stadium
Attendance: 3,482
Referee: Abdul Malik

Week 16[edit]

The 16th week of the season runs from Monday 29 June to Sunday 5 July.

June 29, 2009
19:45
Super Reds 3 – 2 Sengkang Punggol
Choi Dong Soo Goal 53' Goal 58'
Kim Yoon Sik Goal 85'
Details
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Anthony Bahadur Goal 2'
Murphy Wiredu Goal 29'
Yishun Stadium
Attendance: 926
Referee: K Kalimuthu

June 30, 2009
19:45
Home United 3 – 1 Albirex Niigata (S)
Peres de Oliveira Goal 11'
Tengku Mushadad Goal 45'
Valery Hiek Goal 66'
Details
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Kenji Adachihara Goal 89'
Clementi Stadium
Attendance: 890
Referee: Jeevanathan P M

June 30, 2009
19:45
Woodlands Wellington 1 – 4 SAFFC
Daniel Hammond Goal 40' (pen) Details
Report
Aleksandar Duric Goal 16' Goal 88'
John Wilkinson Goal 32' Goal 58'
Woodlands Stadium
Attendance: 1,409
Referee: Zaid Hussein

July 1, 2009
20:15
Brunei DPMM 2 – 0 Balestier Khalsa
Shahrazen Said Goal 11'
Rene Komar Goal 89'
Details
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Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium
Attendance: 6,951
Referee: Abas Daud

July 2, 2009
19:45
Tampines Rovers 2 – 0 Super Reds
Ridhuan Muhammad Goal 5'
Noh Alam Shah Goal 90' (pen)
Details
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Tampines Stadium
Attendance: 2,001
Referee: T Aravinthan

July 3, 2009
19:30
Albirex Niigata (S) 1 – 3 SAFFC
Tetsuya Kishida Goal 90' Details
Report
Shaiful Esah Goal 39'
Syed Karim Goal 45'
Zulfadli Zainal Abidin Goal 75'
Jurong East Stadium
Attendance: 1,802
Referee: Abdul Malik

July 4, 2009
19:45
Home United 3 – 2 Young Lions
Kengne Ludovick Goal 13', Goal 54'
Shi Jiayi Goal 45' (pen)
Details
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Fairoz Hasan Goal 7'
Faritz Abdul Hameed Goal 90'
Clementi Stadium
Attendance: 728
Referee: Zaid Hussein

July 4, 2009
19:45
Gombak United 1 – 2 Woodlands Wellington
Agu Casmir Goal 62' Details
Report
Zakaria Yousif Goal 77'
Jamil Ali Goal 88'
Jurong West Stadium
Attendance: 2,185
Referee: K Kalimuthu

July 5, 2009
20:10
Geylang United 2 – 0 Balestier Khalsa
Noor Ali Goal 5'
Masrezwan Masturi Goal 45'
Details
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Bedok Stadium
Attendance: 1,517
Referee: Johan Jahari

Week 17[edit]

The 17th week of the season runs from Monday 6 June to Sunday 12 July.

July 6, 2009
19:45
Sengkang Punggol 2 – 1 Brunei DPMM
Mamadou Diallo Goal 42'
Murphy Wiredu Goal 63'
Details
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Shahrazen Said Goal 72'
Hougang Stadium
Attendance: 1,729
Referee: Leow Thiam Hoe

July 7, 2009
19:45
SAFFC 4 – 1 Gombak United
John Wilkinson Goal 17'
Park Tae-Won Goal 40'
Aleksandar Duric Goal 53' Goal 77'
Details
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Theerawekin Seehawong Goal 87'
Choa Chu Kang Stadium
Attendance: 2,065
Referee: T Aravinthan

July 7, 2009
19:45
Woodlands Wellington 2 – 1 Home United
Precious Emuejeraye Goal 16'
Mojtaba Tehranizadeh Goal 30'
Details
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Norikazu Murakami Goal 71'
Woodlands Stadium
Attendance: 1,023
Referee: Sukhbir Singh

July 8, 2009
19:45
Young Lions 0 – 1 Albirex Niigata (S)
Details
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Shinya Yamagishi Goal 23'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,331
Referee: W Ravisanthiran

July 8, 2009
19:45
Super Reds 1 – 2 Geylang United
Seo Su Jong Goal 36' Details
Report
Kim Jae Hong Goal 57'
Noor Ali Goal 59'
Yishun Stadium
Attendance: 969
Referee: Abas Daud

July 9, 2009
19:45
Balestier Khalsa 0 – 0 Sengkang Punggol
Details
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Toa Payoh Stadium
Attendance: 1,584
Referee: Jeevanathan P M

July 10, 2009
19:30
Tampines Rovers 2 – 1 Brunei DPMM
Noh Alam Shah Goal 41' Goal 86' Details
Report
Shahrazen Said Goal 39'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 2,441
Referee: P Pandian

July 11, 2009
19:45
Albirex Niigata (S) 1 – 1 Super Reds
Kenji Adachihara Goal 46' Details
Report
Chang Jo Yoon Goal 71'
Jurong East Stadium
Attendance: 1,485
Referee: K Kalimuthu

July 11, 2009
19:45
Home United 2 – 1 Geylang United
Kengne Ludovick Goal 49' Goal 60' Details
Report
Hafiz Rahim Goal 69'
Clementi Stadium
Attendance: 693
Referee: Abdul Malik

July 12, 2009
19:45
Woodlands Wellington 2 – 1 Balestier Khalsa
Precious Emuejeraye Goal 19'
Daniel Hammond Goal 76' (pen)
Details
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Oh In Kyun Goal 90'
Woodlands Stadium
Attendance: 1,178
Referee: Muhd Taqi

July 12, 2009
19:45
SAFFC 2 – 0 Sengkang Punggol
Aleksandar Duric Goal 43' Goal 50' Details
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Choa Chu Kang Stadium
Attendance: 1,662
Referee: Johan Jahari

Week 18[edit]

The 18th week of the season runs from Monday 13 June to Sunday 19 July.

July 13, 2009
19:45
Young Lions 0 – 3 Tampines Rovers
Details
Report
Ridhuan Muhammad Goal 37' Goal 41'
Qiu Li Goal 83'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,393
Referee: Jeevanathan P M

July 15, 2009
19:45
Geylang United 4 – 0 Woodlands Wellington
Yasir Hanapi Goal 12'
Masnashzreen Masturi Goal 62'
Masrezwan Masturi Goal 67'
Mojtaba Tehranizadeh Goal 72' (o.g.)
Details
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Bedok Stadium
Attendance: 1,856
Referee: T Aravinthan

July 16, 2009
19:45
Sengkang Punggol 2 – 3 Young Lions
Hyrulnizam Juma'at Goal 35' (o.g.)
Azhar Baksin Goal 86'
Details
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Obadin Aikhena Goal 9'
Safuwan Baharudin Goal 67'
Khairul Nizam Goal 71'
Hougang Stadium
Attendance: 1,778
Referee: Abas Daud

July 17, 2009
19:30
Super Reds 2 – 0 SAFFC
Seo Su Jong Goal 29'
Choi Dong Soo Goal 58'
Details
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Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,790
Referee: Abdul Malik

July 18, 2009
20:15
Brunei DPMM 2 – 1 Albirex Niigata (S)
Haji Subhi Abdilah Goal 75'
Ivan Jerkovic Goal 79'
Details
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Tetsuya Kishida Goal 40'
Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium
Attendance: 4,249
Referee: Muhd Taqi

July 19, 2009
19:45
Tampines Rovers 2 – 1 Gombak United
Qiu Li Goal 27'
Sutee Suksomkit Goal 37'
Details
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Fazrul Nawaz Goal 26'
Tampines Stadium
Attendance: 2,887
Referee: K Kalimuthu

Week 19[edit]

The 19th week of the season runs from Monday 20 June to Friday 24 July. The week is shortened as the Singapore National Team takes on Liverpool in a friendly on Sunday 26 July.

July 20, 2009
19:45
Super Reds 0 – 0 Woodlands Wellington
Details
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Yishun Stadium
Attendance: 1,061
Referee: Adzhar Adziz

July 21, 2009
19:45
Balestier Khalsa 2 – 1 Young Lions
Oh In Kyun Goal 25'
Jamie Pitt Goal 56'
Details
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Madhu Mohana Goal 48'
Toa Payoh Stadium
Attendance: 1,452
Referee: Johan Jahari

July 22, 2009
19:45
Sengkang Punggol 1 – 2 Home United
Hiroyuki Yamamoto Goal 32' Details
Report
Peres de Oliveira Goal 50' Goal 87' (pen.)
Hougang Stadium
Attendance: 1,638
Referee: W Ravisanthiran

July 23, 2009
19:45
Gombak United 3 – 3 Brunei DPMM
Emmanuel Emuejeraye Goal 3'
Gabriel Obatola Goal 59' Goal 85' (pen.)
Details
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Shahrazen Said Goal 71' Goal 90'
Hamid Berguiga Goal 78'
Jurong West Stadium
Attendance: 2,082
Referee: T Aravinthan

July 24, 2009
19:30
Balestier Khalsa 2 – 0 Albirex Niigata (S)
Oh In Kyun Goal 27' (pen.)
Jun Jin Goal 69'
Details
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Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,184
Referee: Zaid Hussein

Week 20[edit]

The 20th week of the season runs from Tuesday 28 July to Sunday 2 August. The week is shortened as the Singapore National Team takes on Liverpool in a friendly on Sunday 26 July.

July 28, 2009
19:45
Gombak United 2 – 1 Balestier Khalsa
Gabriel Obatola Goal 14' Goal 67' Details
Report
Oh Ddog Yi Goal 73'
Jurong West Stadium
Attendance: 2,013
Referee: Muhd Taqi

July 29, 2009
19:45
Home United 1 – 2 Super Reds
Peres de Oliveira Goal 39' Details
Report
Park Kang Jin Goal 5'
Yu Hyun Koo Goal 29'
Clementi Stadium
Attendance: 649
Referee: Sukhbir Singh

July 29, 2009
19:45
SAFFC 0 – 0 Brunei DPMM
Details
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Choa Chu Kang Stadium
Attendance: 3,091
Referee: Abas Daud

July 30, 2009
19:45
Woodlands Wellington 0 – 0 Sengkang Punggol
Details
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Woodlands Stadium
Attendance: 1,167
Referee: K Kalimuthu

July 30, 2009
19:45
Albirex Niigata (S) 3 – 0 Tampines Rovers
Kenji Adachihara Goal 35'
Ryota Kobayashi Goal 60'
Akira Takase Goal 70'
Details
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Jurong East Stadium
Attendance: 1,561
Referee: Abdul Malik

July 31, 2009
19:30
Geylang United 1 – 1 Gombak United
Haruki Seto Goal 55' Details
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Goran Subara Goal 26'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,671
Referee: P Pandian

August 2, 2009
19:45
Tampines Rovers 1 – 2 SAFFC
Akihiro Nakamura Goal 67' Details
Report
Park Tae Won Goal 15' Goal 22'
Tampines Stadium
Attendance: 2,195
Referee: Muhd Taqi

August 2, 2009
20:15
Brunei DPMM 1 – 6 Home United
Ivan Jerkovic Goal 82' (pen.) Details
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Valery Hiek Goal 42'
Kengne Ludovick Goal 69' Goal 72' Goal 74'
Peres de OliveiraGoal 78'
Fadzuhasny Juraimi Goal 90'
Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium
Attendance: 5,060
Referee: K Kalimuthu

Week 21[edit]

The 21st week of the season runs from Tuesday 3rd to Saturday 8 August. The week is shortened as the country celebrate its National Day on 9 August and the national team prepares for a friendly against China on 12 August. The League will resume on 14 August.

August 3, 2009
19:45
Geylang United 1 – 0 Albirex Niigata (S)
Haruki Seto Goal 46' Details
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Bedok Stadium
Attendance: 2,109
Referee: W Ravisanthiran

August 3, 2009
19:45
Super Reds 1 – 1 Young Lions
Park Chul Hyung Goal 87' Details
Report
Yang Mu Goal 56'
Yishun Stadium
Attendance: 970
Referee: Adzhar Adziz

August 4, 2009
19:45
Sengkang Punggol 0 – 0 Gombak United
Details
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Hougang Stadium
Attendance: 1,662
Referee: Johana Johari

August 5, 2009
19:45
Balestier Khalsa 0 – 3 SAFFC
Details
Report
Aleksandar Duric Goal 45' Goal 88' (pen.)
Kenji Arai Goal 45'
Toa Payoh Stadium
Attendance: 1,263
Referee: Zaid Hussein

August 6, 2009
19:45
Tampines Rovers 2 – 3 Home United
Mustafic Fahrudin Goal 6' (pen.)
Seiji Kaneko Goal 50'
Details
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Peres de Oliveira Goal 39' Goal 45' (pen.) Goal 77'
Tampines Stadium
Attendance: 2,723
Referee: P Pandian

August 7, 2009
19:30
Gombak United 1 – 1 Super Reds
Bah Mamadou Goal 7' Details
Report
Chang Jo Yoon Goal 82'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 2,350
Referee: Muhd Taqi

August 8, 2009
20:15
Brunei DPMM 2 – 0 Woodlands Wellington
Drazen Govic Goal 1'
Safari Wahit Goal 53'
Details
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Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium
Attendance: 4,372
Referee: T Aravinthan

Week 22[edit]

Only one game was scheduled for week 22, the week was shortened as the national team was in action during midweek.

August 14, 2009
19:30
Albirex Niigata (S) 2 – 1 Sengkang Punggol
Kenji Adachihara Goal 2'
Kunihiro Honda Goal 55'
Details
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Raymond Kwa Goal 59'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,171
Referee: Abdul Malik

Week 23[edit]

The 23rd week of the season runs from Monday 17th to Sunday 23 August.

August 17, 2009
19:45
Young Lions 0 – 5 SAFFC
Details
Report
Aleksandar Duric Goal 7' Goal 41' (pen.) Goal 69'
Therdsak Chaiman Goal 34' (pen.)
Kenji Arai Goal 87'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,369
Referee: Jeevanathan P M

August 17, 2009
20:15
Brunei DPMM 3 – 2 Super Reds
Helmi Zambin Goal 61'
Abdelhamid Berguiga Goal 85'
Safari Wahit Goal 88'
Details
Report
Yu Hyun-Koo Goal 7'
Choi Dong-Soo Goal 70'
Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium
Attendance: 3,999
Referee: Abdul Malik

August 18, 2009
19:45
Balestier Khalsa 0 – 1 Tampines Rovers
Details
Report
Edward Tan Goal 21'
Toa Payoh Stadium
Attendance: 1,498
Referee: Abas Daud

August 19, 2009
19:45
Sengkang Punggol 0 – 3 Geylang United
Details
Report
Masrezwan Masturi Goal 2' Goal 14'
Yasir Hanapi Goal 10'
Hougang Stadium
Attendance: 1,306
Referee: T Aravinthan

August 20, 2009
19:45
Gombak United 1 – 1 Albirex Niigata (S)
Gabriel Obatola Goal 21' Details
Report
Kenji Adachihara Goal 49' (pen.)
Jurong West Stadium
Attendance: 1,888
Referee: Sukhbir Singh

August 21, 2009
19:30
SAFFC 0 – 2 Home United
Details
Report
Rosman Sulaiman Goal 41'
Kengne Ludovick Goal 47'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 3,658
Referee: P Pandian

August 22, 2009
19:45
Geylang United 4 – 3 Brunei DPMM
Masrezwan Masturi Goal 4' Goal 20'
Baihakki Khaizan Goal 45'
Hafiz Rahim Goal 82'
Details
Report
Abdelhamid Berguiga Goal 39'
Suhaime Yussof Goal 64'
Safari Wahit Goal 79'
Bedok Stadium
Attendance: 847
Referee: Leow Thiam Hoe

August 22, 2009
19:45
Woodlands Wellington 0 – 0 Young Lions
Details
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Woodlands Stadium
Attendance: 989
Referee: Adzhar Adziz

August 23, 2009
19:45
Super Reds 5 – 1 Balestier Khalsa
Kim Shin-Yui Goal 6' Goal 73'
Kim Yoon-Sik Goal 15'
Yu Hyun Koo Goal 48'
Seo Su Jong Goal 85'
Details
Report
Jamie Pitt Goal 49'
Yishun Stadium
Attendance: 564
Referee: T Aravinthan

Week 24[edit]

The 24th week of the season runs from Monday 24 August to Thursday 27 August. The week is shorthened to accommodate the Singapore Cup 2009 between 26 August and 4 September. The league will resume on 6 September.

August 24, 2009
19:45
Home United 1 – 1 Gombak United
Juma'at Jantan Goal 82' Details
Report
Ruhaizad Ismail Goal 87'
Clementi Stadium
Attendance: 762
Referee: Abas Daud

August 25, 2009
19:45
Geylang United 0 – 1 Tampines Rovers
Details
Report
Seiji Kaneko Goal 75'
Bedok Stadium
Attendance: 971
Referee: Sukhbir Singh

August 27, 2009
19:45
Albirex Niigata (S) 1 – 2 Home United
Kenji Adachihara Goal 5' Details
Report
Peres de Oliveira Goal 77'
Valery Hiek Goal 81'
Jurong East Stadium
Attendance: 1,031
Referee: Abdul Malik

August 27, 2009
19:45
SAFFC 1 – 0 Woodlands Wellington
Park Tae-Won Goal 75' Details
Report
Choa Chu Kang Stadium
Attendance: 1,639
Referee: Muhd Taqi

Week 25[edit]

The 25th week of the season runs from Sunday 6 September to Sunday 13 September. The week is one day longer than normal so as to accommodate the break for Singapore Cup 2009 between 26 August and 4 August.

September 6, 2009
19:45
Young Lions 2 – 0 Geylang United
Gabriel Quak Goal 40'
Fadhil Noh Goal 52'
Details
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Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,345
Referee: K Kalimuthu

September 7, 2009
19:45
Home United 3 – 0 Balestier Khalsa
Valery Hiek Goal 15'
Azhar Sairudin Goal 41'
Peres de Oliveira Goal 89'
Details
Report
Clementi Stadium
Attendance: 754
Referee: W Ravisanthiran

September 8, 2009
19:45
Woodlands Wellington 1 – 0 Tampines Rovers
Jamil Ali Goal 17' Details
Report
Woodlands Stadium
Attendance: 1,338
Referee: Abdul Malik

September 9, 2009
19:45
SAFFC 4 – 1 Geylang United
Therdsak Chaiman Goal 25' Goal 32'
Aleksandar Duric Goal 34'
Rastislav Belicak Goal 45' (o.g.)
Details
Report
Noor Ali Goal 20'
Choa Chu Kang Stadium
Attendance: 1,518
Referee: Abas Daud

September 10, 2009
19:45
Balestier Khalsa 1 – 3 Brunei DPMM
Jun Jin Goal 22' Details
Report
Ivan Jerkovic Goal 43', Goal 80'
Abdelhamid Berguiga Goal 62'
Clementi Stadium
Attendance: 1,121
Referee: Jeevanathan P M

September 10, 2009
19:45
Gombak United 2 – 2 Young Lions
Obadin Aikhena Goal 61' (o.g.)
Agu Casmir Goal 66'
Details

Report

Fadhil Noh Goal 68'
Nazrul Ahmad Nazari Goal 75'
Jurong West Stadium
Attendance: 1,623
Referee: Leow Thiam Hoe

September 11, 2009
19:30
Tampines Rovers 3 – 1 Sengkang Punggol
Noh Alam Shah Goal 13' Goal 54' Goal 90' Details
Report
Anthony Bahadur Goal 49'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,324
Referee: P Pandian

Week 26[edit]

The 26th week of the season runs from Monday 14 September to Sunday 20 September.

September 14, 2009
19:45
Albirex Niigata (S) 2 – 0 Woodlands Wellington
Kenji Adachihara Goal 78'
Park Myung Eun Goal 83'
Details
Report
Jurong East Stadium
Attendance: 1,475
Referee: Johan Jahari

September 14, 2009
19:45
Sengkang Punggol 0 – 2 Super Reds
Details
Report
Seo Su-Jong Goal 19'
Park Kang-Jin Goal 32'
Hougang Stadium
Attendance: 912
Referee: Abas Daud

September 15, 2009
19:45
Young Lions 0 – 1 Brunei DPMM
Details
Report
Drazen Govic Goal 5'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,333
Referee: Sukhbir Singh

September 16, 2009
19:45
Balestier Khalsa 0 – 1 Geylang United
Details
Report
Masrezwan Masturi Goal 36'
Toa Payoh Stadium
Attendance: 923
Referee: Muhd Taqi

September 17, 2009
19:45
Super Reds 1 – 3 Tampines Rovers
Yu Hyun Koo Goal 59' Details
Report
Aliff Shafaein Goal 35'
Sutee Suksomkit Goal 62' (pen.) Goal 76'
Yishun Stadium
Attendance: 689
Referee: Leow Thiam Hoe

September 18, 2009
19:30
Woodlands Wellington 0 – 2 Gombak United
Details
Report
Agu Casmir Goal 22'
Gabriel Obatola Goal 83' (pen.)
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,357
Referee: Abas Daud

Week 27[edit]

The 27th week of the season runs from Monday 21 September to Sunday 27 September.

September 22, 2009
19:45
Young Lions 2 – 1 Home United
Khairul Nizam Goal 11'
Afiq Yunos Goal 90'
Details
Report
Itimi Dickson Goal 57'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,345
Referee: W Ravisanthiran

September 23, 2009
19:45
SAFFC 2 – 1 Albirex Niigata (S)
Aleksandar Duric Goal 17' Goal 71' Details
Report
Ryohei Maeda Goal 85'
Choa Chu Kang Stadium
Attendance: 1,365
Referee: Sukhbir Singh

September 25, 2009
19:30
Home United 3 – 1 Woodlands Wellington
Ham Hyeong-Kyu Goal 25' Goal 82' Goal 87' Details
Report
Ismadi Mukhtar Goal 35'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 3,208
Referee: Zaid Hussein

Week 28[edit]

The 28th week of the season runs from Monday 28 September to Sunday 4 October.

September 28, 2009
19:45
Sengkang Punggol 1 – 3 Balestier Khalsa
Mamadou Diallo Goal 50' Details
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Anantha Rajan Goal 11' (pen.)
Oh In-Kyun Goal 47' Goal 71'
Hougang Stadium
Attendance: 975
Referee: K Kalimuthu

September 29, 2009
20:15
Brunei DPMM 2 – 2 Tampines Rovers
Shahrazen Said Goal 3'
Ivan Jerkovic Goal 30' (pen.)
Details
Report
Khairul Amri Goal 5' Goal 53' (pen.)
Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium
Attendance: 3,296
Referee: P Pandian

September 30, 2009
19:45
Gombak United 2 – 1 SAFFC
Kingsley Njoku Goal 41'
Agu Casmir Goal 49'
Details
Report
Aleksandar Duric Goal 90' (pen.)
Jurong West Stadium
Attendance: 1,806
Referee: Abdul Malik

October 1, 2009
19:45
Albirex Niigata (S) 3 – 2 Young Lions
Kazuki Yoshino Goal 4'
Kenji Adachihara Goal 51' (pen.)
Akira Takase Goal 52'
Details
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Fazli Ayob Goal 60'
Fadhil Noh Goal 90'
Jurong East Stadium
Attendance: 1,493
Referee: Jeevanathan P M

October 2, 2009
19:30
Geylang United 1 – 2 Super Reds
Masrezwan Masturi Goal 59' Details
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Yu Hyun-Koo Goal 65'
Seo Su-Jong Goal 90'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,418
Referee: T Aravinthan

Week 29[edit]

The 29th week of the season runs from Monday 5 October to Sunday 11 October. The week has fewer match to accommodate the Singapore Cup semi finals.

October 7, 2009
19:45
Woodlands Wellington 2 – 5 Super Reds
Daniel Hammond Goal 79' Goal 81' (pen.) Details
Report
Choi Dong-Soo Goal 23' (pen.)
Jeon Byung-Euk Goal 36'
Kwon Jin Goal 38'
Seo Su-Jong Goal 77' Goal 90'
Woodlands Stadium
Attendance: 1,108
Referee: K Kalimuthu

October 8, 2009
19:45
Young Lions 2 – 0 Balestier Khalsa
Yang Mu Goal 64'
Khairul Nizam Goal 90'
Details
Report
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,630
Referee: Muhd Syahir

Week 30[edit]

The 30th week of the season runs from Monday 12 October to Sunday 18 October.

October 12, 2009
19:45
Home United 1 – 0 Sengkang Punggol
Naruphol Ar-Romsawa Goal 57' Details
Report
Clementi Stadium
Attendance: 1,053
Referee: W Ravisanthiran

October 13, 2009
19:45
SAFFC 1 – 4 Super Reds
John Wilkinson Goal 19' Details
Report
Chang Jo Yoon Goal 34' Goal 38'
Choi Dong Soo Goal 57' Goal 80' (pen.)
Choa Chu Kang Stadium
Attendance: 2,185
Referee: Sukhbir Singh

October 14, 2009
19:45
Tampines Rovers 0 – 1 Young Lions
Details
Report
Khairul Nizam Goal 46'
Tampines Stadium
Attendance: 1,311
Referee: Zaid Hussein

October 15, 2009
19:45
Geylang United 1 – 2 Home United
Kim Jae Hong Goal 26' Details
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Peres de Oliveira Goal 42'
Kengne Ludovick Goal 90'
Bedok Stadium
Attendance: 1,445
Referee: Muhd Taqi

October 15, 2009
19:45
Balestier Khalsa 0 – 1 Woodlands Wellington
Details
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Precious Emuejeraye Goal 90'
Toa Payoh Stadium
Attendance: 851
Referee: Leow Thiam Hoe

October 16, 2009
19:30
Sengkang Punggol 0 – 1 SAFFC
Details
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Aleksandar Duric Goal 15'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,712
Referee: Abdul Malik

October 17, 2009
19:45
Gombak United 0 – 2 Tampines Rovers
Details
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Qiu Li Goal 36'
Aliff Shafaein Goal 38'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,777
Referee: Abas Daud

Week 31[edit]

The 31st week of the season runs from Tuesday 20 October to Friday 23 October. The week was shorthened to accommodate the National Team participation in the Ho Chi Minh City Football Tournament. The schedule was revised after DPMM Brunei was denied to continue playing in the League by FIFA.

October 20, 2009
19:45
Woodlands Wellington 0 – 1 Geylang United
Details
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Kim Jae-Hong Goal 90'
Woodlands Stadium
Attendance: 1,219
Referee: P Pandian

October 23, 2009
19:30
Super Reds 2 – 2 Albirex Niigata (S)
Jeon Byung Euk Goal 36'
Choi Dong Soo Goal 57'
Details
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Tetsuya Kishida Goal 14', Goal 67'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,523
Referee: Muhd Taqi

Week 32[edit]

The 32nd week of the season runs from Tuesday 27 October to Saturday 31 October.

October 27, 2009
19:45
Balestier Khalsa 0 – 4 Gombak United
Details
Report
Gabriel Obatola Goal 20' (pen.) Goal 39' Goal 90'
Fazrul Nawaz Goal 61'
Toa Payoh Stadium
Attendance: 873
Referee: K Kalimuthu

October 27, 2009
19:45
Tampines Rovers 4 – 0 Albirex Niigata (S)
Qiu Li Goal 17'
Khairul Amri Goal 60'
Benoit Croissant Goal 83'
Shariff Samat Goal 90'
Details
Report
Tampines Stadium
Attendance: 1,115
Referee: T Aravinthan

October 28, 2009
19:45
Super Reds 2 – 3 Home United
Seo Su Jong Goal 58'
Choi Dong-Soo Goal 60'
Details
Report
Kengne Ludovick Goal 5' Goal 27'
Peres de Oliveira Goal 45' (pen.)
Yishun Stadium
Attendance: 605
Referee: P Pandian

October 28, 2009
19:45
Geylang United 0 – 1 Young Lions
Details
Report
Yang Mu Goal 44'
Bedok Stadium
Attendance: 769
Referee: Leow Thiam Hoe

October 30, 2009
19:30
SAFFC 0 – 0 Tampines Rovers
Details
Report
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 4,377
Referee: Abdul Malik

October 31, 2009
19:45
Young Lions 4 – 2 Sengkang Punggol
Obadin Aikhena Goal 2' (pen.)
Fazli Ayob Goal 21'
Khairul Nizam Goal 33'
Gabriel Quak
Details
Report
Murphy Wiredu Goal 3' Goal 9'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 940
Referee: Muhd Taqi

Week 33[edit]

The 33rd week of the season runs from Tuesday 2 November to Friday 6 November. It was the final week of the 2009 season.

November 2, 2009
19:45
Gombak United 2 – 2 Geylang United
Gabriel Obatola Goal 24'
Kingsley Njoku Goal 88'
Details
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Miroslav Latiak Goal 4'
Yasir Hanapi Goal 71'
Jurong West Stadium
Attendance: 1,782
Referee: P Pandian

November 5, 2009
19:45
Albirex Niigata (S) 3 – 0 Balestier Khalsa
Atsushi Shimono Goal 28'
Tetsuya Kishida Goal 80'
Ken Matsumoto Goal 85' (pen.)
Details
Report
Jurong East Stadium
Attendance: 1,445
Referee: Abas Daud

November 6, 2009
19:30
Sengkang Punggol 2 – 1 Woodlands Wellington
Farizal Basri Goal 57' (pen.)
Murphy Wiredu Goal 90'
Details
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Precious Emuejeraye Goal 68' (pen.)
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,533
Referee: Leow Thiam Hoe

Goals[edit]

Top Scorers[edit]

Rank Scorer Club Goals
1 Singapore Aleksandar Đurić Singapore Armed Forces 28
2 Nigeria Gabriel Obatola Gombak United 24
3 Cameroon Kengne Ludovick Home United 18
4 Japan Kenji Adachihara Albirex Niigata 16
5 Brazil Peres de Oliveira Home United 15
6 Singapore Noh Alam Shah Tampines Rovers 14
7 South Korea Choi Dong-Soo Super Reds 13
8 Singapore Agu Casmir Gombak United 12
9 Singapore John Wilkinson Singapore Armed Forces 11
10 Thailand Sutee Suksomkit Tampines Rovers 8
Brunei Shahrazen Said Brunei DPMM
Singapore Qiu Li Tampines Rovers
South Korea Seo Su Jong Super Reds
Nigeria Kingsley Njoku Gombak United
Canada Murphy Wiredu Sengkang Punggol

Own goals[edit]

Scorer Club Opponent Date
Singapore Shariff Abdul Samat Tampines Rovers Brunei DPMM 3 April 2009
SAFFC 9 May 2009
Singapore Jufri Taha Balestier Khalsa Woodlands Wellington 6 April 2009
SAFFC 14 May 2009
Singapore Shahir Hamzah Young Lions Brunei DPMM 16 May 2009
Singapore Sahairi Ramri Balestier Khalsa Super Reds 26 June 2009
Singapore Razaleigh Khalik SAFFC Young Lions 27 June 2009
Iran Mojtaba Tehranizadeh Woodlands Wellington Geylang United 15 July 2009
Singapore Hyrulnizam Juma'at Young Lions Sengkang Punggol 16 July 2009
Slovakia Rastislav Beličák Geylang United SAFFC 9 September 2009
Nigeria Obadin Aikhena Young Lions Gombak United 10 September 2009

Hat-tricks[edit]

Scorer Club Opponent Date
Singapore Aleksandar Đurić SAFFC Albirex Niigata (S) 26 March 2009
Young Lions 17 August 2009
Nigeria Gabriel Obatola Gombak United Balestier Khalsa 24 April 2009
27 October 2009
Japan Norikazu Murakami Home United Woodlands Wellington 30 March 2009
Cameroon Kengne Ludovick Home United Brunei DPMM 2 August 2009
Brazil Peres de Oliveira Home United Tampines Rovers 6 August 2009
Singapore Noh Alam Shah Tampines Rovers Sengkang Punggol 11 September 2009
South Korea Ham Hyeong-Kyu Home United Woodlands Wellington 25 September 2009

Kits and Main Sponsors[edit]

Team Kitmaker Main Sponsor Notes
Albirex Niigata (S) Adidas Sanyo
Balestier Khalsa Umbro Civics Ambulance &
FTMS Global
Brunei DPMM Lotto Sri Sentosa SDN BHD
Geylang United Lotto Five Star Tours Lotto replaces Diadora as kit-maker[5]
Gombak United Lotto None
Home United Kappa Coca-Cola
SAFFC Umbro STAR Automotive Centre &
United Engineers Limited
Sengkang Punggol Uhlsport None
Super Reds Umbro QT Technology
Tampines Rovers Dal Hyundai
Woodlands Wellington Umbro Sembcorp
Young Lions Nike None

Stadia and attendance[edit]

Stadia[edit]

Team Stadium Capacity Notes
Albirex Niigata (S) Jurong East Stadium 2,700
Balestier Khalsa Toa Payoh Stadium 3,896
Brunei DPMM FC Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium 30,000
Geylang United Bedok Stadium 3,864
Gombak United Jurong West Stadium 4,000
Home United Clementi Stadium 4,000 Move from Bishan Stadium as it is undergoing upgrading programme for the 2010 YOG
Singapore Armed Forces Choa Chu Kang Stadium 4,600
Sengkang Punggol Hougang Stadium 2,500
Super Reds Yishun Stadium 3,400
Tampines Rovers Tampines Stadium 3,580
Woodlands Wellington Woodlands Stadium 4,300
Young Lions Jalan Besar Stadium 6,000
  • The league plays all its Friday matches, which is televised live on MediaCorp Channel 5, at the Jalan Besar Stadium. An exception is when the AYG 2009 is in process, matches are played on the Home stadiums of the home team.

Attendance[edit]

The League will only play 193 matches after Brunei DPMM were unable to complete the season.

Team Hosted Average Highest Lowest Total
Brunei DPMM 13 5,681 10,583 3,296 73,850
Tampines Rovers 16 2,396 3,809 1,115 38,333
Singapore Armed Forces 17 2,381 4,377 1,365 40,479
Gombak United 17 2,235 3,117 1,623 37,994
Geylang United 17 1,886 4,012 769 32,059
Sengkang Punggol 17 1,712 4,230 912 29,106
Young Lions 16 1,648 3,000 940 26,373
Balestier Khalsa 17 1,556 3,486 616 26,454
Albirex Niigata (S) 16 1,562 2,429 1,031 24,991
Woodlands Wellington 16 1,396 2,976 989 22,328
Super Reds 16 1,335 2,543 564 21,357
Home United 15 1,343 3,664 649 20,147
Total 193 2,039 10,583 564 393,471

Managerial changes[edit]

Team Outgoing manager Manner of departure Replaced by Date of appointment Position in table
Sengkang Punggol Germany Jorg Steinebrunner Mutual Consent [6] Sinagpore Aide Iskandar June 2009 10th

S-League Awards Night Winners[7][edit]

The winners will be announced on 9 November 2009 on the 14th Great Eastern-YEO’S S.League Awards Night.[8]

Awards Winners
Player of the Year Valery Hiek (Home United)
Young Player of the Year Gabriel Obatola (Gombak United)
Coach of the Year Richard Bok (SAFFC)
Top Scorer Award Aleksandar Đurić (SAFFC)
Fair Play Award Home United
Referee of the Year P Pandian
Assistant Referee of the Year Jeffrey Goh
Goal of the Year Ahmad Latiff (SAFFC) (vs Albirex Niigata FC (S) on 26 March @ Choa Chu Kang Stadium)
Fan Club of the Year SAFFC
Story of the Year Wang Meng Meng (The Straits Times) - "Alam Shah : Why I’m who I am"
Picture of the Year Lim Kok Meng (Lianhe Zaobao) - “Balestier Khalsa Australia striker Bryan Soane has a tough
time roughing out Geylang United defender Walid Lounis tackle”
People's Choice Award Gabriel Obatola (Gombak United)

References[edit]

External links[edit]