|25 Feb 23||Tampines Rovers ||-|| Geylang International|
|03 Mar 23||Tanjong Pagar ||-|| Tampines Rovers|
|09 Mar 23||Young Lions ||-|| Tampines Rovers|
|19 Mar 23||Albirex Niigata ||-|| Tampines Rovers|
|31 Mar 23||Tampines Rovers ||-|| Home United|
|20 Oct 22||Tampines Rovers|| ||4 - 3|| ||Tanjong Pagar|
|15 Oct 22||Tampines Rovers|| ||5 - 3|| ||Albirex Niigata|
|08 Oct 22||Hougang United|| ||1 - 4|| ||Tampines Rovers|
|01 Oct 22||Tampines Rovers|| ||0 - 0|| ||Geylang International|
|10 Sep 22||Tampines Rovers|| ||2 - 1|| ||Home United|
Tampines Rovers Football Club, commonly known as Tampines Rovers or simply Rovers, is a professional football club based in Tampines, Singapore, that competes in the Singapore Premier League. Nicknamed "The Stags", the club was founded in 1945 and settled on its current name six years later. Their home ground is currently at Our Tampines Hub, where they had been since 2017, after six years playing away due to the construction of their new stadium.
Tampines Rovers has won major trophies in Singapore, including the Singapore Cup and the Singapore Premier League. They have won the national league championship eight times, the Singapore Cup thrice, the Singapore Premier League five times and the ASEAN Club Championship once. The Stags are known for boosting a considerably high attendance at home and away games.
Tampines Rovers is one of the wealthiest football clubs in Singapore. They were previously sponsored by Hyundai and Komoco Motors until 2016 season, ending a 15-year association. It is also one of the more widely supported football clubs in Singapore, attracting high attendances at both home and away games. Its main rival is Geylang International, with whom they contest the Eastern Derby.
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