24SEVENS – a brand new thrilling seven-a-side international football series will kick off its inaugural amateur football tournament on our sunny shore!
24SEVENS aims to bring talented amateur players together in seven football crazy cities to celebrate the beautiful game we love! This festival comprises of a unique charity auction element that will give teams an opportunity to bid for a chance to play alongside several former Lions such as Abbas Saad, Malek Awab, Rafi Ali, Nazri Nasir and Shahri Rahim. Besides being a football festival for the players, 24SEVENS Singapore is an all-encompassing event that reaches out to the supporters as well. With a plethora of lifestyle activities on offer, football fanatics can grab a snack at the pop-up bar, enjoy live music and show off one’s slick free style moves at the football skills corner.
Event Day Details:
Date and Time: 15 May (Friday) from 6 pm onwards
16 May 2015 (Saturday) from 8 am onwards
Location: The Cage Sports Pack @ Turf City (220 Turf Club Road, S(288001)
Registration Period: 25 March – 9 May 2015
Categories & Registration Fees (min 7 players, max12):
Open: 18 years old & above (from $74/player)
Masters: 40 years old & above (from $74/player)
This looks brilliant! Shall get my colleagues to take part in this with me :)
Wow this looks fun! I shall form a team with my colleagues! Anyone else joining too??
replied to the thread Moving to Singapore
on the Singapore forum:
I'm pulling together expat tips for an article for our site (Expat Exchange)... 10 Tips for Living in Singapore. Please take a minute to reply and share your favorite tips for newcomers. What are some of your favorite expat clubs and organizations? What do expats typically pay for an apartment (single occupant, family)? If you drive, driving/license tips? Cost of Living advice? What to Bring when you move to Singapore? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!!!
1) Utilize online property search sites
2) Your budget is 80% of whatever your budget is
3) The rental amount is 80% of whatever is posted
4) It's been open for months - no need to rush
5) Low rents: far from public transport or near construction
6) Public Transportation is plentiful
7) Driving - get an allowance as you pay to park everywhere (most expensive cars in the world due to taxes / COE)
8) It's hot, humid - your on the equator
9) It is an Asian culture that speaks English (la!)
10) Budget to travel in the region
I am a native spanish from Malaga, Spain. I am offering to teach spanish in Singapore. I am a certified teacher from the 'International House' in Barcelona and have teaching experiences in China. Drop me a reply if you are interested in picking up the world third most widely used language!
Hi may I know how long have you lived in Singapore and how much you charge for private 1.5h private lesson for IGCSE.
I'm a spanish teacher from Spain. I got the master's in spanish as a second language in the university complutense of Madrid and now I' m teaching here in Singapore. I teach at my place, a confortable condo with A/C, a big table, good materials (audios) and well located. It is in Boon Keng, saint michael's road.
I teach level A1, A2.
And the price it's $40 per hour. I prefer to teach saturdays and sundays.
call me and give a try!