ESPZEN Pte Ltd is excited to announce that on Sunday 15th February 2009, ESPZEN will be organising the first ever official football games on the
world?s only floating football platform. The floating platform will host 6 ESPZEN League teams (3 games) as they battle for 3 league points on the
internationally recognised artificial turf.
The venue / event will provide a unique opportunity for ESPZEN league players to enjoy their favourite sport with a stunning backdrop of Singapore?s Skyline.
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Results for 15th February :
1pm Tuan Gemuk Athletic FC 4 - 5 Vnntu FC (ESPZEN Division Four)
3pm Barbarians FC 1 - 2 Matador FC (ESPZEN Division Three)
5pm Racing FC 4 - 3 Hibernians FC (ESPZEN Division One)
ESPZEN Pte Ltd organises both amateur football and futsal leagues in Singapore. Since incorporation in May 2004 ESPZEN leagues have grown exponentially year on year.
Currently ESPZEN organises football leagues in Singapore for 107 teams (of which 86 teams belong to our Sunday league, containing 11 divisions) and Midweek Futsal
leagues for 28 teams (which includes a women?s league, corporate league and social league). ESPZEN leagues are managed through its amazing interactive website
www.espzen.com. ESPZEN is probably the most active organiser of amateur football in Asia. ESPZEN leagues have over 3000 registered players from over 30 nationalities, providing a platform for
Singapore?s multinational / cultural society to unite through sport.
ABOUT THE MARINA BAY FLOATING PLATFORM
The Marina Bay Floating Stadium is one of the most prominent and attractive venues for football in the world, boasting the skyline of Singapore?s business and financial
district and a coastline brimming with lush greenery as a back-drop. Made entirely of steel, the floating platform on Marina Bay measures 120 metres long and 83 metres wide,
which is 5% larger than the soccer field at the National Stadium. The platform can bear up to 1,070 tonnes, equivalent to the total weight of 9,000 people, 200 tonnes of stage props and
three 30-tonne military vehicles. The gallery at the stadium has a seating capacity of 30,000 people.