Football. Coming to a neighbourhood near you.

Nothing pleases us more to see a player enjoying football with fellow pals in his neighbourhood.

In the 2 months that PlayPal has been launched, we are very happy to say that we have literally started the ball rolling and help many a player find football games or players in his neighbourhood. Bishan, Bukit Batok, Dover Road, Pasir Ris, Tampines and Tiong Bahru. These were just some of the locations where games have been scheduled using PlayPal. We also had players of different nationalities such as French, German, Burmese and Japanese using PlayPal to organize kickabouts in Singapore with their local counterparts. We like to think we are promoting diversity in Singapore through football too. In many games, there were players who have never met before but nonetheless connected seamlessly on the pitch as the football game started. In all, we are encouraged by what we have seen and are certain that we are moving in the right direction, especially in bonding the football community.

Don’t just take our words for it, we like to have you see and hear it for yourself. Here are some highlights we have captured from the neighbourhood.

Tiong Bahru Neighbourhood

The French, German and Singaporean gang at Tiong Bahru.

Pasir Ris Neighbourhood

The cheerful lot at Pasir Ris.

Dover Road Neighbourhood

Western brotherhood at Dover Road.

Bukit Batok Neighbourhood

Bukit Batok Sunday Kakis.

Football actions at Dover Road.

We would definitely love it if the 4 teams above can meet up one day for a tournament. It would be exciting to have such a tournament featuring the different neighbourhoods in Singapore. We can already imagine the Westside neighbourhood derby happening – Bukit Batok vs Dover Road, Singapore’s very own Liverpool vs Everton (or Arsenal vs Tottenham if you prefer).

Itching for some football action now? Download PlayPal from Android Google Play and iPhone App Stores to start playing!

 

 

 

 

 

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