Last updated : Sunday, 26 November 2023
MOF Sunday League
The MOF Sunday League is an amateur football league in Singapore organized by the Ministry of Football (MOF). It is one of the most popular Sunday leagues in Singapore, with over 100 teams competing in various divisions.
The MOF Sunday League was founded in 2009. The inaugural season had 40 teams competing in two divisions. The league has since grown in popularity, and now has over 100 teams competing in four divisions.
The MOF Sunday League is a round-robin competition. Each team plays each other team in their division once. The top teams in each division at the end of the season qualify for the playoffs. The playoffs are played in a knockout format, with the winner of the playoffs being crowned champions.
The MOF Sunday League games are played at various artificial turf pitches in Singapore. The pitches are located near MRT stations, making them easily accessible for players and spectators.
The MOF Sunday League follows the rules of the Football Association of Singapore (FAS). The games are officiated by qualified referees.
The cost of participating in the MOF Sunday League is \$200 per team per season. This includes the registration fee, referee fees, and pitch fees.
The MOF Sunday League website is https://www.teamstats.net. The website provides information on the league's rules, regulations, fixtures, and results.
- MOF Sunday League (Official website)
- Football fans rejoice as MOF Sunday League returns after two-year hiatus (Today Online)
- MOF Sunday League kicks off with record 100 teams (The Straits Times)