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2007 S.League

S. League
Season 2007
Champions Singapore Armed Forces
6th S.League title
AFC Cup

Singapore Armed Forces
(S.League and Singapore Cup winners)

Home United
(S.League runners-up)
Matches played 198
Goals scored 617 (3.12 per match)
Top goalscorer Aleksandar Đurić (37)
Biggest home win Singapore Armed Forces 6–0 Super Reds
(3 April 2007)
Tampines Rovers 7–1 Young Lions
(15 September 2007)
Biggest away win Woodlands Wellington 0–6 Singapore Armed Forces
(7 April 2007)
Highest scoring Albirex Niigata (S) 3-5 Singapore Armed Forces
(12 June 2007)
Tampines Rovers 7-1 Young Lions
(15 September 2007)
Highest attendance 4,473
Home United 2–0 Singapore Armed Forces
2006
2008

2007 S.League was the twelfth season of Singapore's professional football league. It was won by Singapore Armed Forces, which was their sixth league title.

Changes from 2006

  • Korean Super Reds represented the Korean community in Singapore. They were renamed Super Reds on 14 August 2007.
  • Liaoning Guangyuan were a farm team of Chinese Super League club Liaoning.
  • Sporting Afrique went out of operations at the end of the 2006 season.


League table

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Singapore Armed Forces 33 25 4 4 95 38 +57 79 Qualification to 2008 AFC Cup group stage
2 Home United 33 24 6 3 73 35 +38 78
3 Tampines Rovers 33 24 5 4 77 32 +45 77
4 Gombak United 33 13 9 11 54 40 +14 48
5 Young Lions 33 13 8 12 45 54 −9 47
6 Geylang United 33 10 9 14 43 44 −1 39
7 Woodlands Wellington 33 10 13 10 47 52 −5 37[1]
8 Albirex Niigata Singapore 33 9 8 16 45 49 −4 35
9 Balestier Khalsa 33 7 8 18 44 63 −19 29
10 Liaoning Guangyuan 33 8 5 20 33 63 −30 29
11 Sengkang Punggol 33 5 10 18 39 69 −30 25
12 Super Reds 33 3 9 21 24 80 −56 18
Source: RSSSF
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored
Notes:
  1. ^ Woodlands Wellington were deducted six points for abandoning a match on 5 September

External links

  • S.League 2007
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