Sultan of Selangor Cup competition returns to Singapore

Sultan of Selangor Cup chairman Tan Sri Abd Karim Munisar (right) handing over the trophy to Singapore delegation chief Teo Hock Seng (left) at Singapore Football Association headquarters in Singapore on Nov 22. Pic by ABDUL RAHMAN EMBONG/The Star

SINGAPORE: The Sultan of Selangor Cup football tournament between Selangor and Singapore will return to island republic for the first time in seven years.

Organising committee chairman Tan Sri Abd Karim Munisar said the match will be played at the new 55,000-capacity National Stadium on May 6 next year.

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