Kuala Lumpur: Majlis Keselamatan Negara (MKN) disaran supaya mencontohi pendekatan yang dilaksanakan oleh Liga Perdana Inggeris (EPL) bersama Kerajaannya apabila membenarkan kemasukan penyokong bola sepak ke stadium. Ia disuarakan Ahli Jawatankuasa Persatuan Bolasepak Malaysia (FAM), Christopher Raj yang berharap agar MKN dapat melihat dan mengkaji semula kebenaran ke stadium khususnya buat peminat yang sudah menerima lengkap dua dos vaksin. "28,342 kes di sana (kes Covid-19). 60% (peratus) lengkap vaksin. Stadium penuh. "Di Malaysia, skuad negara nak main friendly pun tak lulus. Harap MKN buka mata lihat senario sukan antarabangsa. "Tambah sikit, dua dos vaksin pun belum boleh masuk stadium. Murid yang belum vaksin pula kena masuk...

The implementation of corporate governance. Increasing the national talent pool. The chance to work alongside the current leadership in moving forward the national football agenda. These were the rationales given by three candidates vying for the Football Association Malaysia (FAM) Executive Committee (Exco) position; Dato ‘Sri Shahril Mokhtar, Tuan ACP Zulkefly Yahya and Tuan Abdul Aziz Yeop Jamaludin during the upcoming 57th FAM Congress that will take place on the 13 March 2021. As a corporate figure with two decades of experience, Dato ‘Sri Shahril has great ambitions to streamline the governance of FAM as he’s willing to implement the experience that...

Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) President, Datuk Haji Hamidin Haji Mohd Amin, today paid a courtesy call to the Sultan of Selangor, His Royal Highness Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah Alhaj at Istana Bukit Kayangan, Shah Alam.HRH Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah granted an audience to Datuk Haji Hamidin who took the opportunity to discuss current football issues, including the privatisation process of the FA (football association) to FC (football club). Other topics discussed were the progress of the F:30 Roadmap, launched on 31st October 2018, as well as the plan to build the new FAM headquarters and a modern state-of-the-art national training...

Tindakan Presiden Persatuan Bolasepak Malaysia (FAM) DYAM Mejar Jeneral Tunku Ismail mengeluarkan kenyataan mengenai hasrat untuk meletak jawatan dalam Facebook rasmi FAM adalah sesuatu yang begitu mengejutkan dan betul-betul di luar jangkaan ketika semua pihak termasuklah barisan Ahli Jawatankuasa (EXCO) FAM sendiri begitu memerlukan Tunku sebagai Presiden FAM. FAM masih memerlukan Tunku Ismail memandangkan kita ibarat helaian buku yang baru sahaja dibuka kulitnya. Ini bermakna perjalanan FAM di bawah kepimpinan Tunku Ismail baru sahaja bermula dan pembaharuan dalam FAM juga masih di peringkat awal, belum sampai ke titik untuk Tunku Presiden meletakkan jawatan baginda. Biarpun hanya hampir setahun menduduki kerusi selaku Presiden...

This must be the closest fought FAM elections that’ll take place tomorrow in Holiday Inn, Shah Alam. While some candidates have shield away from the media, a few campaigned nationwide, speaking on how they can make Changes to FAM. These people were talking as though they had already won. When tomorrow comes some of these candidates will not be able to accept the results. I will not name or speak about these candidates, the main stream media have written enough on these candidates and who should be leading the FAM into the future. However I feel after this election, the FAM needs to...

Pengurniaan bas untuk kegunaan pasukan Harimau Malaya oleh DYAM Mejar Jeneral Tunku Ismail Ibni Sultan Ibrahim, Presiden Persatuan Bolasepak Malaysia (FAM) adalah sesuatu yang sudah pastinya memberi keselesaan buat pasukan negara. Selain daripada satu kemudahan kepada pasukan, ianya adalah menarik kerana sudah tentu bas tersebut juga bakal memberi identiti tersendiri kepada pasukan kebangsaan kita. Pada masa akan datang, kita mungkin akan dapat melihat pelbagai lagi infrastruktur dan fasiliti yang disediakan oleh Tunku Presiden sebagaimana baginda lakukan kepada kelab bola sepak Johor Darul Takzim sebelum ini. Semoga langkah demi langkah yang diusahakan oleh Tunku Presiden akan memberikan semangat serta moral kepada barisan pemain negara...

Malaysia’s domestic football league took another major step forward with the first ever Football Malaysia Limited Liability Partnership workshop, organised by the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) and its global media and commercial advisor, MP & Silva. The workshop was held to keep the FMLLP stakeholders apprised of the latest and planned developments for the 2016 season, and was attended by the State Football Associations and respective football clubs. Amongst the updates shared was the role of the FMLLP in relation to the clubs, as well as proposed broadcast, production and commercial strategies for the 2016 season. The framework for the financial...

Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) General-Secretary Dato’ Hamidin Mohd Amin paid glowing tribute to Frenz United Football Club for organizing this second edition of the FAM-Frenz Asia Champions Trophy (ACT) U-16 2014 which has been a perfect springboard for Harimau Muda 'D' who emerged champions on Sunday. “You have to give full credit to Frenz United Football Club for their vision and mission. They certainly deserve all the accolades. Participation in the FAM-Frenz Asia Champions Trophy has been a fantastic platform for all the teams from 12 nations, especially Harimau Muda ‘D’ and Frenz United Malaysia,” said Dato’ Hamidin. He added that...

Frenz United Malaysia defeated defending champions Chonburi FC of Thailand 3-1 in the second-leg of the third-fourth placing match in the FAM-Frenz Asia Champions Trophy Under-16 2014 at Frenz Stadium in Janda Baik, Pahang. A brace from Muhammad Akhmar Haiqal (37th and 65th) and Muhammad Fareez(41st) sealed Black Dragons impressive victory by 3-1 aggregate after both teams played to a goalless draw in the first-leg encounter at Chonburi Stadium last week. The hosts picked up a US$15,000 (RM49,500) cheque while Chonburi FC received US$7,500 ( RM24,750) in the tournament which boasts one of the most lucrative prize money ever offered in the...

High expectations and big dreams but the fiesta are far from over for defending champions Chonburi FC, title pretenders PVF Vietnam, Harimau Muda Under-16 and Frenz United Malaysia in the Asia Champions Trophy Under-16 2014. The ‘Young Tigers’ and Frenz United Malaysia, dubbed the ‘Black Dragons’, aim to ruin the escalating dreams and hopes of Chonburi FC and PVF Vietnam when the semi-finals of Asia’s richest youth tournament which offers a total prize money of US$100,000 (RM330,000) gets underway this weekend. Harimau Muda Under-16 coach S. Balachandran has called on his young tigers to add more bite into their game against the...