Logo
Unionpedia
Communication
Get it on Google Play
New! Download Unionpedia on your Android™ device!
Free
Faster access than browser!
 

Gombak United FC

Index Gombak United FC

Not to be confused with Gombe United FC. [1]

39 relations: Association football, Bukit Gombak Stadium, Darren Stewart, Erke, Gombe United F.C., Jorgen Nielsen (footballer), Jurong West, Jurong West Sports and Recreation Centre, Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation, Salim Moin, Singapore, Singapore Cup, Singapore League Cup, Singapore Premier League, 1998 S.League, 1999 S.League, 2000 S.League, 2001 S.League, 2002 S.League, 2003 S.League, 2006 S.League, 2007 S.League, 2007 Singapore League Cup, 2008 S.League, 2008 Singapore Cup, 2008 Singapore League Cup, 2009 S.League, 2009 Singapore Cup, 2009 Singapore League Cup, 2010 S.League, 2010 Singapore Cup, 2010 Singapore League Cup, 2011 S.League, 2011 Singapore Cup, 2011 Singapore League Cup, 2012 S.League, 2012 Singapore Cup, 2012 Singapore League Cup, 2013 S.League.

Association football

Association football, more commonly known as football or soccer, is a team sport played between two teams of eleven players with a spherical ball.

New!!: Gombak United FC and Association football · See more »

Bukit Gombak Stadium

The Bukit Gombak Stadium is located in Bukit Batok, Singapore, and has a capacity of 3,000 people.

New!!: Gombak United FC and Bukit Gombak Stadium · See more »

Darren Stewart

Darren Stewart (born 17 May 1966) is a former Australian football (soccer) player.

New!!: Gombak United FC and Darren Stewart · See more »

Erke

The erke (alternatively erque, coroneta, or quepa) is a large labrophone (lip reed) instrument native to the Gran Chaco of Bolivia, northern Chile, and Argentine Northwest.

New!!: Gombak United FC and Erke · See more »

Gombe United F.C.

Not to be confused with Gombak United FC.

New!!: Gombak United FC and Gombe United F.C. · See more »

Jorgen Nielsen (footballer)

Jorgen Nielsen is a Danish former footballer and coach.

New!!: Gombak United FC and Jorgen Nielsen (footballer) · See more »

Jurong West

Jurong West (ஜூரோங் மேற்கு) is a planning area and residential town located in the West Region of Singapore.

New!!: Gombak United FC and Jurong West · See more »

Jurong West Sports and Recreation Centre

Jurong West Sports and Recreation Centre is a centre catering to Singaporeans who do sports and recreational activities.

New!!: Gombak United FC and Jurong West Sports and Recreation Centre · See more »

Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

The Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (RSSSF) is an international organization dedicated to collecting statistics about association football.

New!!: Gombak United FC and Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation · See more »

Salim Moin

Salim Moin is a former Singapore national footballer and also formerly the head coach of S.League club Hougang United in the S.League.

New!!: Gombak United FC and Salim Moin · See more »

Singapore

Singapore, officially the Republic of Singapore, is a sovereign city-state and island country in Southeast Asia.

New!!: Gombak United FC and Singapore · See more »

Singapore Cup

The Singapore Cup is an annual knockout football competition in Singapore.

New!!: Gombak United FC and Singapore Cup · See more »

Singapore League Cup

The Singapore League Cup is an annual soccer competition in Singapore.

New!!: Gombak United FC and Singapore League Cup · See more »

Singapore Premier League

The Singapore Premier League (SPL) is the Singaporean professional league for men's association football clubs.

New!!: Gombak United FC and Singapore Premier League · See more »

1998 S.League

The 1998 S.League was the third season of the S.League, the top professional football league in Singapore.

New!!: Gombak United FC and 1998 S.League · See more »

1999 S.League

The 1999 S.League was the fourth season of the S.League, the top professional football league in Singapore.

New!!: Gombak United FC and 1999 S.League · See more »

2000 S.League

The 2000 S.League was the fifth season of the S-League, the top professional football league in Singapore.

New!!: Gombak United FC and 2000 S.League · See more »

2001 S.League

2001 S.League was the sixth season of Singapore's professional football league.

New!!: Gombak United FC and 2001 S.League · See more »

2002 S.League

2002 S.League was the seventh season of Singapore's professional football league.

New!!: Gombak United FC and 2002 S.League · See more »

2003 S.League

2003 S.League was the eighth season of Singapore's professional football league.

New!!: Gombak United FC and 2003 S.League · See more »

2006 S.League

2006 S.League was the eleventh season of Singapore's professional football league.

New!!: Gombak United FC and 2006 S.League · See more »

2007 S.League

2007 S.League was the twelfth season of Singapore's professional football league.

New!!: Gombak United FC and 2007 S.League · See more »

2007 Singapore League Cup

The inaugural Singapore League Cup was held in 2007.

New!!: Gombak United FC and 2007 Singapore League Cup · See more »

2008 S.League

2008 S.League is the 13th season of Singapore's professional football league.

New!!: Gombak United FC and 2008 S.League · See more »

2008 Singapore Cup

The 2008 edition of the Singapore Cup soccer competition was officially known as the RHB Singapore Cup (due to sponsorship from RHB Bank).

New!!: Gombak United FC and 2008 Singapore Cup · See more »

2008 Singapore League Cup

The 2008 Singapore League Cup marks the second occasion on which the Singapore League Cup competition has been staged.

New!!: Gombak United FC and 2008 Singapore League Cup · See more »

2009 S.League

The 2009 S.League (officially known as the Great-Eastern-Yeo's S.League for sponsorship reasons) was the 14th season since the establishment of the S.League.

New!!: Gombak United FC and 2009 S.League · See more »

2009 Singapore Cup

The Singapore Cup 2009 (known as the RHB Singapore Cup due to its main sponsor) started on 27 April 2009.

New!!: Gombak United FC and 2009 Singapore Cup · See more »

2009 Singapore League Cup

The 2009 Singapore League Cup kicked off on 1 June.

New!!: Gombak United FC and 2009 Singapore League Cup · See more »

2010 S.League

The 2010 S.League (officially known as the Great-Eastern-Yeo's S-League for sponsorship reasons) was the 15th season since the establishment of the S-League.

New!!: Gombak United FC and 2010 S.League · See more »

2010 Singapore Cup

The 2010 Singapore Cup (known as the RHB Singapore Cup for sponsorship reasons) started on 24 May 2010.

New!!: Gombak United FC and 2010 Singapore Cup · See more »

2010 Singapore League Cup

The 2010 Singapore League Cup was held between 20 February to 7 March.

New!!: Gombak United FC and 2010 Singapore League Cup · See more »

2011 S.League

The 2011 S.League was the 16th season of the S.League, the top professional football league in Singapore.

New!!: Gombak United FC and 2011 S.League · See more »

2011 Singapore Cup

The 2011 Singapore Cup (known as the RHB Singapore Cup for sponsorship reasons) starts in June 2011.

New!!: Gombak United FC and 2011 Singapore Cup · See more »

2011 Singapore League Cup

The 2011 Singapore League Cup will be held between 19 and 30 July.

New!!: Gombak United FC and 2011 Singapore League Cup · See more »

2012 S.League

The 2012 S.League was the 17th season of the S-League, the top professional football league in Singapore.

New!!: Gombak United FC and 2012 S.League · See more »

2012 Singapore Cup

The 2012 Singapore Cup (known as the RHB Singapore Cup for sponsorship reasons) starts in May 2012.

New!!: Gombak United FC and 2012 Singapore Cup · See more »

2012 Singapore League Cup

The 2012 Singapore League Cup (known as the StarHub League Cup for sponsorship purposes) was held between 26 July to 11 August 2012.

New!!: Gombak United FC and 2012 Singapore League Cup · See more »

2013 S.League

The 2013 S.League was the 18th season since the establishment of the S.League, the top professional football league in Singapore.

New!!: Gombak United FC and 2013 S.League · See more »

Redirects here:

Gombak United, Gombak United F.C., Gombak United Football Club, Gombak Untied FC, Redhill Rangers, Redhill Rangers FC.

References

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gombak_United_FC

OutgoingIncoming
Hey! We are on Facebook now! »