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Thank you for your kind support towards National Street Soccer League (NSSL) 2017. Registration for NSSL 2017 has come to a closure on 12 March 2017. This year, we have received good participation across all categories since December 2016 when we open up for registration. Please note registration online is confirmed only upon payment at Anchorvale Community Club (59 Anchorvale Road S544965). We regret to inform teams which did not submit payment will be removed from the registration list.

Do note Jersey Apparel Collection for all teams will only be on 19 & 26 March 2017 (Sunday) 10.00am – 6.00pm @ Anchorvale CC Level 4. Any team member can bring his/her NRIC to collect on behalf for the registered team. Change of players will be allowed only once during the collection. Do get ready the new players details for recording. Jerseys Sizes will be while stocks last if there is a change of player in the team. We will not accept any phone calls in and email to change players.

Point to note NSSL Under 14 and Under 17 Categories are for boys. Categories playing venues will be informed during Jersey Collection. Teams will only made known who they are up against with on day of tournament at playing venue. Players must wear NSSL Jerseys at all times during all matches.

Looking forward to having a good time during the tournament matches on 2 April (Preliminary Rounds), 9 April (Zone Finals) and 9 July (Grand Finals).

See You Soon.

National Street Soccer League 2017 is back! Click here to register now!

Featuring new tournament format and revised prizes!

If you do not have your own team but are still interested to join the NSSL, you may wish to proceed to www.strangersoccer.com, where you can join a group of strangers to participate in the NSSL.

See what participants from NSSL 2014 have to say!

Closing date for NSSL 2017 is 28 February 2017.

A Legacy – the Lee Hsien Loong Challenge Trophy

The National Street Soccer League (NSSL) was first proposed in 1995 at the Teck Ghee Community Centre Management Committee in conjunction with a Healthy Lifestyle Campaign for all Singaporeans. Mr Lee Hsien Loong, who was the then Deputy Prime Minister of Singapore & Member of Parliament for Ang Mo Kio GRC, gave his whole-hearted support. Hence, the Grand Prize of the tournament being the Challenge Shield was aptly named after him.