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1st S.League title
|AFC Cup||Tampines Rovers
|Goals scored||464 (2.34 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Frédéric Mendy (21)|
|Biggest home win||
Gombak United 5-0 Woodlands Wellington
(1 July 2010)
|Biggest away win||Woodlands Wellington 0-4 Singapore Armed Forces
(7 July 2010)
The 2010 S.League (officially known as the Great-Eastern-Yeo's S-League for sponsorship reasons) was the 15th season since the establishment of the S-League. The season began on 1 February 2010, and ended on 12 November 2010.
Changes to the league include:
- Etoile FC and Beijing Guoan Talent have replaced Brunei DPMM FC and Super Reds FC in the 2010 season.
List of import players in 2010
Each club is allowed to have up to a maximum of 4 foreign players.
|2||Tampines Rovers||33||21||6||6||68||30||+38||69||Qualification to 2011 AFC Cup group stage[a]|
|4||Singapore Armed Forces||33||16||5||12||56||41||+15||53|
|7||Albirex Niigata Singapore||33||9||10||14||31||42||−11||37|
|10||Beijing Guoan Talent||33||10||6||17||30||49||−19||31[b]|
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored; 4) number of wins
- The three foreign clubs – Albirex Niigata (S), Beijing Guoan Talent and Étoile – as well as the Football Association of Singapore under-23 team, Young Lions, were not eligible for qualification to continental competitions. The FAS withdrew their one allocated AFC Champions League qualifying round spot. Tampines Rovers qualified for the 2011 AFC Cup as league runners-up.
- Beijing Guoan Talent and Young Lions were deducted five points each for gross misconduct in their match on 7 September 2010.
||Aleksandar Duric||Tampines Rovers||
||Shahril Ishak||Home United||
||Qiu Li||Tampines Rovers||
||Peter Tomko||Geylang United||
|6||Rivaldo Costa||Balestier Khalsa||
|Shi Jiayi||Home United||
|8||Indra Sahdan||Singapore Armed Forces||
|Park Tae-Won||Singapore Armed Forces||
Fixtures and Results of the S. League 2010 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.
Stadia and attendance
|Albirex Niigata (S)||Jurong East Stadium||2,700|
|Balestier Khalsa||Toa Payoh Stadium||3,900|
|Beijing Guoan Talent||Yishun Stadium||3,400|
|Geylang United||Bedok Stadium||3,900|
|Gombak United||Jurong West Stadium||3,200|
|Home United||Clementi Stadium||4,000||Moved from Bishan Stadium which is undergoing upgrading|
|Singapore Armed Forces||Choa Chu Kang Stadium||4,600|
|Sengkang Punggol||Hougang Stadium||2,500|
|Tampines Rovers||Tampines Stadium||3,600|
|Woodlands Wellington||Woodlands Stadium||4,300|
|Young Lions||Jalan Besar Stadium||6,000|
- All Friday matches, televised live on MediaCorp Channel 5, are played at the Jalan Besar Stadium. However, the time period of the 2010 Youth Olympic Games will see matches being played at the home stadium of the respective home team.