More spectators allowed at Singapore Premier League matches from Mar 18

The raised limits allows 500 to 2,000 more to spectate matches at stadiums, depending on each venue’s capacity.

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Published: 18 March 2022, 12:00 PM

While the 2022 season of the Singapore Premier League rolls on, the spectator limit at each match has now been raised, the Football Association of Singapore announced in a statement on Friday (Mar 18).

Limits at each of the five match venues this season will be capped at 50 per cent of each venue’s capacity, allowing a maximum of 3,000 for Jalan Besar Stadium, 2,500 for Our Tampines Hub and 1,500 each for Toa Payoh Stadium, Hougang Stadium and Jurong East Stadium.


When the season kicked off back in February, only up to 1,000 spectators were allowed at each match, similar to the previous season. PHOTO CREDIT: FACEBOOK/@SINGAPOREPREMIERLEAGUE


The adjustments are in line with the kicking in of simplified safe management measures on Mar 15, the association said.

Even though social distancing will no longer be required under the new regulations, the wearing of masks at all times and fully vaccinated status of spectators will still be mandated.

In accordance with the previous ruling, children aged 12 and below will require the company of a fully-vaccinated adult. 

The FAS advised fans to check in with the eight home clubs for specific ticketing details.

Alternatively, the matches can be viewed online via the league’s YouTube channel and Mediacorp’s meWatch platform, as well as on Singtel and Starhub TV.

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