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March 26, 2017

ESPZEN Junior League and Singapore Super League are excited to announce our collaboration to form Singapore’s Largest Junior League (in terms of number of academies) for the new season commencing in September 2017.
Collaboration talks have been ongoing since 2016 and together we have a found a formula which will provide all academies/clubs/schools in Singapore the opportunity to not only play age appropriate football (as defined by international best practice) but also in a division which suits the playing ability of the team.
Uniting over 40 academies, across 8 age groups between 3 (possibly 4) venues requires careful and meticulous planning, traits which ESPZEN League Management Services, Singapore First Professional League Organiser, established in 2004, has built up an unparalleled reputation.
The schematic below describes the impact of the collaboration
The new league will offer teams the options to join 7 age groups:
U6 –  2011 / 2012
U8 –  2009 / 2010
U10 – 2007 / 2008
U12 – 2005 / 2006
U14 – 2003 / 2004
U16 – 2001 / 2002
U18 – 1999 / 2000
Within each group teams can opt to play in two tournaments
3 match days per month
10 match day season
Awards ceremony at the end of the season
8 teams in the division
Competitive for Singapore’s strongest academies.
Fortnightly games
7 match day season
Awards ceremony at the end of the season
8 teams per division
Different divisions to reflect levels of ability


With all our leagues, we provide full schedules of fixtures in advance, so you know where, when, and who will you will be playing against each week, allowing coaches, parents, players and team administrators to plan in advance their logistics.

The new league will unite some of Singapore’s most established academies including:-
Barcelona Escola, International Soccer Academy, Euro Soccer Academy, F-17, ESPZEN Soccer School, Real Madrid Foundation, Albirex Niigata Singapore , GFA Japan, YG2K, St Michaels Soccer Academy, FC Jepun Hitam, AC Milan Academy, ANZA, LFA, J7 United, Singapore Soccer Academy, and many many more.
Together with emerging academies and both local schools (including Hong Kah Secondary, JurongVille Secondary, Admiralty Primary School) and international schools (DPS International, French Lycee etc)
We are very excited about this collaboration which is a major milestone for how Junior Football is organized and administrated in Singapore, and we are sure you would like to receive more information regarding the finer details of our new League structure. The full league marketing package should be circulated in the next 5 days…
Our Junior Leagues each season have received exponential growth, and we look forward to expanding the leagues further with the full support of our all stakeholders.