Football: Singapore Premier League clubs to share stadiums

Geylang International (left), who have made Bedok Stadium their home since 1996, when the then S-League started, will move to Our Tampines Hub, which it will share with Tampines Rovers (right).
Geylang International (above), who have made Bedok Stadium their home since 1996, when the then S-League started, will move to Our Tampines Hub, which it will share with Tampines Rovers.BERITA HARIAN, ST FILE PHOTOS
Geylang International (left), who have made Bedok Stadium their home since 1996, when the then S-League started, will move to Our Tampines Hub, which it will share with Tampines Rovers (right).
Geylang International, who have made Bedok Stadium their home since 1996, when the then S-League started, will move to Our Tampines Hub, which it will share with Tampines Rovers (above).BERITA HARIAN, ST FILE PHOTOS

There are issues to overcome, but the FAS is working with SportSG to work around them

When the second edition of the Singapore Premier League (SPL) kicks off next year, there will be a significant change - half of the stadiums utilised for league matches last season will not see any SPL action.

As part of the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth's Sports Facilities Masterplan, all eight locally based clubs will share stadiums.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on December 02, 2018, with the headline 'SPL clubs to share stadiums'. Print Edition | Subscribe