STAND A CHANCE TO WIN NATIONAL TEAM JERSEY
Singapore will be gunning for their fifth Asean Football Federation (AFF) Suzuki Cup title when they start their campaign against Thailand on Sunday.
In partnership with Nike, The New Paper is offering its readers a chance to win a Singapore national team jersey signed by captain Shahril Ishak.
Tell us why Singapore can win the Suzuki Cup for a fifth time.
Email your views in not more than 50 words with your full name, IC number and contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org by 6pm tomorrow. Three readers with the best letters will be contacted to collect their prizes.
The new national team jersey (above) was designed to give Singapore title bid a boost.
Some of the highlights of the new kit include sleek chevrons in deep shades of red to amplify speed. It maintains a classic crew cut and a Lion bonded on the inner collar - designs inspired by a desire to ignite the fearless spirit.
Featuring Nike's Dri-FIT technology, the jersey absorbs perspiration from the body for better comfort.
Each jersey is made from an average of 18 recycled plastic bottles as Nike continues to emphasise on the sustainability of its products.
The new Singapore national team jersey is available in limited quantity at Nike outlets in Shaw House, Paragon, Weston Corporation Queensway and Ngee Ann City for $99.