Elite Club Friendlies 11/24 12:30 - Lion City Sailors FC v Borussia Dortmund L 2-7
Singapore Cup 11/05 09:30 - [2] Lion City Sailors FC v Albirex Niigata Singapore [1] L 1-2
Singapore Cup 10/31 11:45 - [4] Young Lions v Lion City Sailors FC [2] D 1-1
Singapore Cup 10/27 11:45 - Lion City Sailors FC v Balestier Khalsa FC D 3-3
Singapore Premier League 10/21 11:45 25 [2] Lion City Sailors FC v Young Lions [8] W 2-1
Singapore Premier League 10/14 11:45 28 [4] Tanjong Pagar United v Lion City Sailors FC [2] W 1-3
Singapore Premier League 10/07 11:45 27 [2] Lion City Sailors FC v Albirex Niigata Singapore [1] L 2-4
Singapore Premier League 10/02 09:30 26 [7] Balestier Khalsa FC v Lion City Sailors FC [2] L 5-3
Singapore Premier League 09/10 09:30 24 [3] Tampines Rovers FC v Lion City Sailors FC [1] L 2-1
Singapore Premier League 09/04 09:30 23 [1] Lion City Sailors FC v Geylang International [4] L 1-3
Singapore Premier League 08/26 11:45 22 [5] Hougang United FC v Lion City Sailors FC [1] W 4-9
Singapore Premier League 08/20 09:30 21 [1] Lion City Sailors FC v Tanjong Pagar United [3] W 7-0


Matches played 39 21 18
Wins 21 12 9
Draws 6 2 4
Losses 12 7 5
Goals for 108 53 55
Goals against 67 36 31
Clean sheets 10 5 5
Failed to score 3 0 3

Wikipedia - Lion City Sailors FC

Lion City Sailors Football Club, commonly referred to as The Sailors or LCS, is a Singaporean professional football club competing in the Singapore Premier League, the top tier of the Singapore football league system. Since the 2021 season, the team have played their home games at Jalan Besar Stadium.

LCS is one of the most successful football clubs in Singapore, with its club owner being Forrest Li, who also owns Sea Ltd.

In 2021, the club smashed the league transfer history with a record S$3 million signing of Diego Lopes.


The Police Sports Association was founded in 1945 to organize football activities for the Singapore Police Force. It sent two teams to compete in the Singapore Amateur Football Association League in the 1950s and 1960s, but neither team won any trophies. Under coach Choo Seng Quee, Police SA won the inaugural President's Cup in 1968, then reached and lost the next two finals.

When the S.League was formed in 1996, the club was known as the Police Football Club. The following year, its name was changed to Home United to reflect the fact that the team represented not only the Singapore Police Force, but also other HomeTeam departments of the Singapore Ministry of Home Affairs such as the Singapore Civil Defence Force and the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority.

Home United was two-time S.League winners and holders of a record six Singapore Cup trophies. It was the first club to achieve the S.League and Singapore Cup double in 2003.

The team's nickname was the "Protectors"; its mascot, a dragon; its home ground, the Bishan Stadium.

On 14 February 2020, the club was privatised for the first time in its history, when Singaporean billionaire Forrest Li announced that he had purchased a 100% stake in the club. Home United Football Club was officially renamed as Lion City Sailors Football Club and its signature red colour was replaced with white and blue. LCS' main aim following its rebranding was to boost professionalism in Singaporean football, with becoming a Southeast Asian super club its long-term goal. The new name, Sailors, was a homage to the country's maritime heritage.

On 21 January 2021, the club created history by smashing the Singapore Premier League transfer-fee record with the signing of midfielder Diego Lopes from Portuguese top-flight side Rio Ave for 1.8 million euros on a three-year deal.

On 18 April 2022, the club defeated K League 1 club Daegu FC 3–0 in the 2022 AFC Champions League, their first AFC Champions League win since their rebranding.