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2009 S.League

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Season  2009
Dates  16 Feb 2009 – 6 Nov 2009
Goals scored  452
Top goalscorer  Aleksandar Đurić (28)
Location  Singapore
Matches played  165
2009 S.League
Champions  Singapore Armed Forces 8th S.League title
AFC Champions League  Singapore Armed Forces (S.League winners)
AFC Cup  Geylang United (Singapore Cup winners)
Biggest home win  Singapore Armed Forces 6-0 Albirex Niigata (S) (26 March 2009)
Similar  2015 SLeague, 2016 SLeague, 2014 Singapore Cup

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.
  • Brunei DPMM have replaced Dalian Shide Siwu in 2009 season.
  • Foreign players

    Each club is allowed to have up to a maximum of 4 foreign players.

  • Albirex Niigata (S) and Super Red are not allowed to hire any foreigners.
  • Results

    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.


  • 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

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

    S-League Awards Night Winners

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


    2009 S.League Wikipedia

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