Are you a Manchester Red or Liverpool Red fan? You’re going to want to listen up! Today, Masters Football Asia has announced that Battle of The Reds will be returning to Singapore on 16 November 2019!
The football teams will be playing three round-robin format matches which will each span 40 minutes.
Tickets for the Battle Of The Reds 2019 will be going on sale on 24 August at 10am. Fans can get tickets though www.sportshubtix.com.
Tickets will start at $20 for concession rates to $250 for VIP ones. VIP tickets will include a meet and greet with team managers as well as a free flow of food and beverages on match day.
Plus, you could be one of the 500 lucky ticket holders who will stand a chance to receive an invite to meet their football heroes at a private meet and greet session on 22 September. Fans need only post on Masters Football Asia’s Facebook and Instagram pages with a comment telling them who their favourite team is.
Fans can look forward to seeing Liverpool Reds star, Jason McAteer, make his debut in Singapore. Jason was a midfielder with the Anfield side from 1995 to 1999. Jason said:
“It’ll be my first time playing at the Singapore National Stadium representing the Liverpool Reds. Singapore is an amazing place with fantastic fans and I am looking forward to meet them all.”
At the Stretford End, favourites such as Teddy Sheringham will return to Singapore and play alongside Singapore veterans Ronny Johnsen, Mikael Silvestre, Clayton Blackmore and Keith Gillespie. Teddy last played in Singapore in 2017.
The Singapore Reds will also be putting on an impressive display with big names such as Fandi Ahmad, Aleksandar Duric, Malek Awab, Alam Shah, Indra Shadan, Lionel Lewis and Nazri Nasir who will be playing against the teams.
Make sure you get your tickets fast!
2019 Battle of the Reds
Date: 16 November 2019, Saturday
Time: Kick-off at 7pm, gates open at 5.30pm
Venue: National Stadium, 1 Stadium Drive, Singapore, 397629
The Gym Pod: Singapore’s first 24 hour gym in a box opens
Life is busy. Most of the time we can’t leave our desks because we’ve got so much work to complete.
Lunch break? Nah. We dabao our cai png to the office and eat with our eyes glued to the screen. Then we head home after a long day to sleep.
That’s not really healthy. Where’re the three days of exercise per week Health Promotion Board recommends?
If it’s a matter of convenience, or you just feel embarrassed working out at a public gym, check this gym in a box out.
The Gym Pod is Singapore’s first 24 hour automated container gym, located at Ayer Raja Crescent.
This yellow metal box houses all the equipment you need to get that great workout. In it, you’ll find a treadmill, dumbbell rack and guided weight-plate-loaded bar (Smith Machine).
You’ll be able to get your heart pumping and sweat flowing in the privacy of this little pod! No more worrying about hogging the machines or whether other gym goers are judging you (usually, no one is).
Even better, you can invite two friends along to maximise this workout space. The maximum capacity of the container is three people.
All you’ve got to do is a book a slot on their website or mobile app (which will be launched soon). You’ll receive a unique passcode for the gym’s door, and you’re on your way to hopping on the gains train.
It’s pretty affordable, with prices starting from $4.17 an hour. Check out their packages as well. We’re hoping this creative initiative takes off. We could all use a little more exercise.
ONE champion Angela Lee involved in a car accident
Angela Lee won’t be competing in Singapore fight after suffered a concussion in a car accident in Hawaii earlier this week.
ONE Championship Atomweight world champion Angela Lee was involved in a car accident in Hawaii, Tuesday, Manila time.
According to the facebook post, Angela Lee had fallen asleep at the wheel and police said her vehicle flipped five or six times.
ONE Championship CEO Chatri Sityodtong released a statement on his Facebook page.
“ONE Atomweight World Champion Angela Lee got into a terrible car accident yesterday with her car flipping over 5-6x according to the police,” Sityodtong wrote. “She was driving to her morning training at the gym when she fell asleep. Miraculously, she survived with only a concussion, some minor burns, and a banged up body. If she was not wearing a seatbelt, it would have most certainly been a different story. I saw photos of the damaged car, and it was a complete wreck. Angela will not be competing on November 24. We are all blessed and relieved that Angela will make a full recovery. Please join me in sending love, prayers, and positive energy to Angela and her family.”
Born to a Singaporean father and South Korean mother, Angela Lee holds Canadian and US citizenship and resides in Hawaii. She trains with the Evolve MMA gym when in Singapore.
In October this year, AngelaLee got engaged to fellow MMA fighter Bruno Pucci.