16 - 20 December 2020

Match Schedules

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Full Matches are on Facebook

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⬇️Scroll down to view Participating Clubs & day-by-day updated Standings! ⬇️

About the event

In this Covid-19 pandemic year, football has come to a standstill in Singapore, especially for women.

This inaugural Women's Panna Challenge was hence birthed from a joint commitment by Soccer Girl Goals, Expy The Lab and FAS to provide more opportunities for women to continue playing competitively while staying safe.

Matches will be played daily from 16 - 20 Dec 2020, and will be supporters will be able to watch the livestream via the 3 channels:

1PlaySports, Soccer Girl Goals or FAS Facebook pages

Participating Teams & Standings

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Swipe to see the players from each team!

How the game works

What is Panna:

Played in a 1 vs 1 format, a panna is when the ball is played in between the opponent’s legs (also known as Ole or Nutmeg).

Players win by either:

a) Dealing a successful intentional panna (immediate knockout) or

b) Scoring more goals than the opponent within the stipulated match duration.

How to win

For detailed version of Rules & Regulations, see document below:

FAS Women's Panna Challenge 2020 - Rules & Regulation.pdf

Match duration for this event:

  • 3 rounds x 2 minutes (Total: 6 mins per match)

How to win the Challenge:

  • 4 players per club

  • Each player plays 3 matches (i.e. 3 opponents)

  • Game time per player:

      • 3 opponents x 2 minutes/match x 3 rounds (Total: 18 mins per player)

  • Clubs with the most points wins

Points system per match round:

  • Win by Panna - 5 pts

  • Win by Goals - 3 pts

  • Draw - 1pt

  • Lose - 0pt

  • Walkover - 5pts (treated as Panna win)

Event Press Release & Media Features

  1. Press Release on 15 Dec 2020 by Football Association of Singapore

  2. Feature on 16 Dec 2020 by BeritaHarian, the sole Malay-language broadsheet newspaper published in Singapore.

  3. Press Release on 20 Dec 2020 by Football Association of Singapore

  4. Post-event Feature on 20 Dec 2020 by ASEAN Football Federation (aseanfootball.org)

  5. Photo Feature on 21 Dec 2020 by The Straits Times, Singapore

  6. Post-event Feature on 21 Dec 2020 by The New Paper, Singapore

  7. Post-event Feature on 21 Dec 2020 by Yahoo News Singapore

  8. Post-event Feature on 21 Dec 2020 by Sports247 Malaysia

  9. Post-event Feature on 21 Dec 2020 by Singapore News Live

FAS Women's Panna Challenge 2020