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Tampines Rovers, JSSL in landmark tie-up

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Tampines Rovers Football Club has embarked on a ground-breaking partnership with one of Singapore’s leading youth development football academies.

The club is one of Singapore’s most successful clubs in the history of the S-League.

Tampines is a Five-time S-League champions and the partnership with the private football academy JSSL Singapore is a first in the country.

On 1 March 2018, both Tampines Rovers Football Club and JSSL Singapore signed a multi-year and multi-layered partnership.

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The aim is to develop youth footballers to feed towards the club’s S-League team.

Established in 2002, JSSL has over 1,000 footballers under its charge across multiple age-groups.

The age range is from three to 16.

JSSL will also offer scholarships to 60 young players.

The scholarship will cover the cost of these players being part of the academy’s elite programme for a year.

Managing Director of JSSL Singapore Harvey Davis and Chairman of Tampines Rovers Desmond Ong announce a partnership to develop youth footballers posed for the photo shoot (picture above).

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