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History of SSSC

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Category: About SSSC

21 March

More than 150 Spurs fans gathered at Monkey's Cafe at Orchard Towers to catch the Worthington Cup Final. The euphoria from the Cup triumph inspired talk of setting up a Spurs Supporters' Club in Singapore.


A group of passionate and dedicated Spurs supporters took up the challenge of turning the idea of a Spurs Supporters' Club in Singapore into a reality.

25 August

Protem committee of the Singapore Spurs Supporters' Club formed.


11 January

SSSC officially recognised by Tottenham Hotspur.

13 March

SSSC's Constitution drafted and approved. SSSC formally registered with Registry of Societies.

27 July

SSSC officially launched at Spanky's Diner 'N' Pub with more than 150 fans in attendance.


24 February

SSSC holds screening for Carling Cup Final 2008 at Swissotel Merchant Court Hotel.


1 March

SSSC holds screening for Carling Cup Final 2009 at Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel.

2 August

SSSC visits Hong Kong for Tottenham Hotspur's pre-season friendly.

12 December

SSSC hosts Gary Mabbutt in Singapore.


11 April

SSSC hosts Ossie Ardiles in Singapore.


22 January

SSSC celebrates 10th anniversary.

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  • Son Heung-Min has scored three goals in his five starts for Spurs. Tottenham midfielder Son Heung-Min has been shortlisted for the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian International Player of the Year award. Son, 23, has made an immediate impact at White Hart Lane since arriving from German club Bayer Leverkusen during the summer. The South Korea international joins QPR's Australian midfielder Massimo Luongo -- a former Spurs player -- and Swansea's Ki Sung-Yueng...

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