TFAS CUP 2016: Registration are now Open!


Click Here to register now! Closing Date : 7th March 2016 @2359

TFAS CUP 2016-Poster


Date: 12-13 March 2016 (Sat-Sun)

Venue: Sports Hub Library

Events on Sat 12 March 16: FISTF Individual U19 + Team Open

Events on Sun 13 March 16: FISTF Individual Open + WASPA Individual Open (Plate)

Registration fees, as follows;

Registration Fees

Junior (U19) Category **

Open Category **

Junior (U19) & Open Category **

Team Category

19 Years Old and Above



< 19 Years Old





** FREE entry to Team Category

Registration is only confirmed upon payment.

Payment Options

1. Collection at during Play Days – 




Sports Hub Library (map)

Please refer to Events Calendar

Please refer to Events Calendar

2. Bank Funds Transfer (Please drop us an email after you have done the transfer, thank you)

Account Name:              Table Football Association of Singapore

Account number:           0102793018

Account currency:          SGD

Bank:                              Standard Chartered Bank

Bank code:                    7144

Branch code:                 001


For any other inquiries, please email us at

ORCHID WASPA Challenge 2014 @ Orchid Country Club


Report by Kok Wee Tan and Bernard Lim …



Seating (L-R): Michael Choong, Den Mulia Yusni, Vikas Chandiramani, Bernard Lim

Standing (L-R): Rudy Hesty Roselan, Antonio Carabillo, John Ho, Noor Haikal, Nic Tan, Kok Wee Tan, Henry Peh, Anas Rahamat, Arthur Yeo, Rizal Taib

26th October 2014 was the date where the very 1st Orchid WASPA Challenge took place at the Ruby Suite of Singapore Orchid Country Club.  A total of 14 players took part in this competition which saw a unique format being used.

2 groups of 7 players vie for the top 4 spots in each group with 4 rounds of SWISS Format fixtures.  In the end of the group games, Den Mulia, Michael, Rudy, John, Anas, Bernard, Kok Wee and Vikas made it into the Quarter Finals.

After another round of knock-out games in the Quarters, it was Den Mulia, Bernard, Kok Wee and John that prevailed and moved into the Semi-Finals.  With 2 games decided by a solitary goal each, Kok Wee and Den Mulia played out an exciting Final, where Kok Wee succumbed to the pressure and surrendered the Title of the Orchid WASPA Champion to… DEN MULIA!!

IMG-20141026-WA0031Champion Den Mulia with Mr John Edwards (OCC SNR Facilitator)

IMG-20141026-WA0030Runner-Up Kok Wee with Mr John Edwards (OCC SNR Facilitator)

IMG-20141026-WA0029Semi-Finalists Bernard (left) and John (right) with Mr John Edwards (OCC SNR Facilitator)

This competition also saw the the very 1st Team event organised.  3 groups of 4 players each played in a triangular format before the top 2 played out the final.  Team Bravo comprising of Antonio, Rizal, Anas and Captain Den Mulia, managed to edge out their opponents by a solitary point to take the Team challenge.


Team Champion (L-R): Antonio, Rizal, Anas, Den Mulia

As a whole, it was yet again a memorable, exciting and super fun competition of SPORTS TABLE FOOTBALL!

TFAS-OCC Merlion Cup 2014 – Open Event on 7 December 2014


A good turnout of 22 players gathered at the Orchid Country Club, Ruby Suite, to battle it out for honours in the final tournament event on the SG Table Football calendar – the TFAS-OCC Merlion Cup 2014 Open Tournament (a FISTF Satellite tournament).


Back Row (L-R): Amin Anis, Antonio Carabillo, Michael Choong, Giovanni Choong, Vikas Chandiramani, Ouabi Rouis, Bernard Lim, Nur Hashim, Nic Tan, Kok Wee Tan, Den Mulia, Anas Rahamat, Rizal Taib

Front Row (L-R): Rudy Hesty Roselan, Brother of Haikal, Chihiro Takao, Bhavin Sham, Hideaki Wada, Ruhan Sham, John Ho, Irwan Iskandar, Noor Haikal

The players were drawn into 6 groups of 3 players + 1 group of 4 players in accordance to FISTF regulations based the latest available FISTF World Rankings.  Odds-on hot favourite was none other than the defending Merlion Cup Champion – Ouabi Rouis!!

The Group standings after the Group games are shown below with the 1st-placed player from Groups A and B qualifying automatically for the quarter-final …


The 2nd-placed player from Groups A and B, together with the top 2 players in Groups C and G goes into barrage match-ups to determine the remaining quarter-finalists as follows …


Below is the semi-final, 3rd/4th placing and Final match-ups and results …


After an eventful day, as expected, Ouabi Rouis successfully defended his Merlion Cup title to add-on to the TFAS Cup and SGTF Premeir League titles he had already won in 2014.  What a successful year for him!!

The Runner-Up was none other than our SG National Champion, Den Mulia who lost out narrowly by a solitary goal; while 3rd place went to our President Kok Wee after a hard-fought victory against Bernard in a dramatic playoff – where he led comfortably by 2 goals at half-time only for Bernard to come back with 2 goals to tie the game in the 2nd half.

Alas, there was to be no repeat of their 3rd place playoff in the June National Championships as Kok Wee gain a measure of revenge by snatching victory with a winning goal with 45 seconds left on the clock.  It must have been ‘sweet’ for Kok Wee …


Winners (L-R): Bernard (Fourth), Den Mulia (Runner-Up), Ouabi (Champion), Kok Wee (Third), Mr Alex (OCC SNR Facilitator)

A Plate knock-out tournament was also organised for players who did not make it out of the Group stage.  Newcomer Irwan Iskandar (in his very 1st tournament) did well to qualify for the semi-finals where he took on Nic – who took the place of Giovanni who had to leave early.  What a twist of fate for Nic as he went all the way – taking Haikal to shots to win by 3-2 and emerged as the Plate Champion!!  Congrats Nic!!


Plate Champion: Nic (left) with Mr Alex (OCC SNR Facilitator)

Thank you all players for your participation and sporting behaviour throughout the course of the tournament.  And congratulations to all Winners!! … as the table football calendar draws to a close in 2014, we look forward to 2015 with the commencement of the 3rd season of the SGTF League and also take this opportunity to wish everyone in the Table Football Community an advanced Merry Xmas and Happy New Year!!


TFAS-OCC Merlion Cup 2014 – U19 and Team Event on 6 December 2014


U19 Individual Event

A total of 8 U19 players contested the final tournament of calendar 2014 – the TFAS-OCC Merlion Cup (U19) event at the Orchid Country Club.  The Swiss system was once again adopted for this FISTF Satellite tournament.

IMG-20141207-WA0011Back Row (L-R): Bhavin Sham, Fadhly Fahmi, Azhar Yusri, Giovanni Choong, Galvin Ho

Front Row (L-R): Ruhan Sham, Isaac Lim, Luke Lim

After 4 rounds of action of the Swiss system, the final standings saw Fadhly finishing top of the table with an unbeatean record of 3 wins and a 1 draw yielding 10 points.  Azhar was tied with Giovanni on 7 points but finished 2nd by virtue of a better goal difference.  Galvin edged out Isaac by a single point to take the 4th and last spot for the final round of play.  Tellingly, age and experience made the difference for the 4 older boys as none of the U12 boys made the cut to the top 4.


The final round of play saw Giovanni and Galvin playing-off for 3rd / 4th placing while perennial rivals Fadhly and Azhar fighting to be the 2014 Merlion Cup U19 Champion!!

Giovanni comfortably defeated Galvin 3-1 to take 3rd place.  However, the final is a much closer-fought contest as Fadhly and Azhar played out a 0-0 draw at full-time.  It took extra-time for Azhar to show the difference as he edged out Fadhly by a solitary goal!!  This was Azhar’s 2nd U19 title of the year as he added the Merlion Cup crown to the TFAS Cup crown he won earlier in the year!!   Congratulations Azhar!! .. and well done to all players!!

Poignantly, this tournament also marks the last that Azhar, Fadhly and Galvin can compete in U19 events; from next year onwards, they will no longer be eligible and it will be interesting to see how they fare against the ‘big boys’ in the Open event!! …


Winners (L-R): Giovanni (Third), Azhar (Champion), Kok Wee (TFAS President), Fadhly (Runner-Up), Galvin (Fourth)

Open Team Event

For the 1st time, a WASPA-style Open Team Event was also organised and a total of 20 players participated.


Back Row (L-R): Rudy Hesty Roselan, Anas Rahamat, Nur Hashim, Bernard Lim, Kok Wee Tan, Azhar Yusri, Ouabi Rouis, John Ho, Galvin, Ho, Michael Choong, Vikas Chandiramani, Nic Tan, Sham Doulatram

Front Row (L-R): Luke Lim, Ruhan Sham, Giovanni Choong, Isaac Lim, Fadhly Fahmi, Hideaki Wada, Bhavin Sham

The 20 players were drawn into 5 teams of 4 players based on their SG Rankings as follows:

Team Alpha: Michael (captain), Vikas, Sham, Isaac

Team Bravo: Rudy (captain), John, Giovanni, Luke

Team Charlie: Ouabi (captain), Nic, Fadhly, Bhavin

Team Delta: Kok Wee (captain), Anas, Hashim, Ruhan

Team Echo: Bernard (captain), Antonio, Azhar, Galvin

The 5 teams were then engaged in a round-robin format with each team playing a total of 4 games against one another.  The team that finishes top of the group is declared the Team Event Champion.  At the end of the day, Team Bravo emerged top and became the very 1st Merlion Cup Open Team Champion!! .. Congrats to Team Bravo!!


IMG-20141207-WA0023Team Champion (L-R): Luke, John, Rudy, Giovanni

SG Table Football Premier League & Junior League 2014 (Matchday 9 : 14/09/2014)


The 9th matchday of the SG Table Football Premier League and Junior League took place at the Sports Hub Library.  A total of 22 games were played i.e. 21 games in the Premier League and 1 game in the Junior League.

Many of the top players consolidated their position and both Vikas and Bernard completed their 2014 League Season after having completed 30 games.  There was another unfortunate withdrawal – John Edwards.  Similar to the previous withdrawals, the Board of the SG Table Football Premier League has ruled that the results and scores of the games involving John Edwards shall be declared null and void.  We hope that John Edwards can continue flicking and join us for TFAS tournaments and for friendly games whenever available.

Here are the scores for the games played in the Premier League (highlighted) …premier-score-20140914

And the current Premier League Table looks like this …premier-league-20140914

1 Junior League game was played between Asyraf and Isaac, with Isaac winning 4-1.  This result did not alter the League positions.

Here are the scores for the games played in the Junior League (highlighted) …junior-score-20140914

And the current Junior League Table looks like this …junior-league-20140914

Be Part of our Flicking Family!


Have not heard about the game before? Don’t worry! We now have 3 registered clubs here in Singapore to help you learn the basic of table football at no charge! No age restriction. You just need a working index finger to flick! With practice and guidance from players in the club that you are attached to, you never know you could be one day selected for the Singapore National Team! So what are you waiting for? Contact us today!

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Club : SG Lions Table Football Club (SGLTFC)
Venue : *to be updated soon*
Whatsapp : 98537423 (Kok Wee)


Club : Jurong Central Subbuteo Club (JCSC)
Club Venue : *to be updated soon*
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Whatsapp : 90174022 (Rudy)


Club : Kebun Bahru Table Football Club
Club Venue : K B Community Club, Ang Mo Kio Ave 4
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Email :
Whatsapp : 96984701 (John)


Watch the seasoned players battle it out at The National League Days happens with the below schedule..

** IMPORTANT NOTE: pleas email us at if you are planning to visit. Or you may also whatsapp any of the above club IC prior to your visit, so that you will get updated of any last minute changes to our league match day schedule or venue.


When Time Where What
Every 2nd Sunday
of the month
(except Tournament days)
11am – 4pm
Kebun Bahru
Community Club
Ang Mo Kio Ave 4
S (569897)
SG League competition

Alternatively, you can also fill up the form below if you have any enquiries and our team will get back to you as soon as possible!


SG Table Football Premier League & Junior League 2014 (Matchday 8 : 10/08/2014)


The 8th matchday of the SG Table Football Premier League and Junior League took place yesterday (10/08/2014) at the Aranda Lounge, Orchid Country Club.  With a good turnout of 16 players (10 Premier players and 6 Junior players), a total of 26 games were played i.e. 17 games in the Premier League and 9 games in the Junior League.

There were many movements in the Premier League table as players catch-up on their unplayed games and, in part, due to the unfortunate withdrawal of Erfandy and Anis.  The Board of the SG Table Football Premier League has ruled that the results and scores of the games involving these 2 players shall be declared null and void.  We hope that the 2 players can continue flicking and join us for TFAS tournaments and for friendly games whenever they are available on League days.

Despite the movements, Ouabi remain top of the table even though he is still on holiday back in France.  And thanks to the understanding of all League players, World Cup-bound Bernard and Rudy moved up to 2nd and 3rd respectively as they racked up the games for maximum practice and preparation ahead of the FISTF Subbuteo World Cup 2014 at Rochefort, Belgium.

Here are the scores for the games played in the Premier League (highlighted) … premier-score-20140810

And the current Premier League Table looks like this …premier-league-20140810

Over in the Junior League, Singapore’s No. 1 Junior player, Giovanni, stamped his authority on the League as he continued his 100% win record; and took over the leadership of the Junior League table.  Chihiro moved down to 2nd while Isaac maintained his 3rd position.  Both Asyraf and Luke moved up 1 position to 4th and 6th respectively.

Here are the scores for the games played in the Junior League (highlighted) …junior-score-20140810

And the current Junior League Table looks like this …junior-league-20140810

SG Table Football Premier League 2014 (Matchday 6) : 08/06/2014


The June matchday of the Premier League (Matchday 6) took place on 8 June 2014.  A total of 8 senior players played a total of 13 games.  Here are the results for the games played in the Premier League (highlighted in yellow):


And the current standings in the Premier League is as follows: