Imagine waking up one day to see Singapore in the FIFA World Cup and go on to win it.
That feeling will be comparable to when Joseph Schooling clinched the gold medal at the 2016 Olympics.
TL;DR – Living the Singapore World Cup dream Assuming positive monetary input produces positive results, Singapore will need to pump in an additional S$289 million into football to win the World Cup! Singapore’s players are drawing less than S$3,000 per month while players in Premier League on average draws S$286,666 per month. Across the border, players in the Malaysian Super League are paid RM30,000 to RM100,000 which is S$9,500 to S$31,600 per month.
Before we go on with our research on Singapore’s football scene, here are some assumptions: