|Full name||Home United Football Club|
|League||Singapore Premier League|
|2019||Singapore Premier League, 6th of 9|
The Police Sports Association was founded in the mid-1940s to organise football activities for the Singapore Police Force. They sent two teams to compete in the Singapore Amateur Football Association League in the 1950s and 1960s, but neither team won any trophies. Under coach Choo Seng Quee, Police SA won the inaugural President's Cup in 1968, then reached and lost the next two finals. In 1979, they joined the National Football League, were placed in Division III, and immediately earned promotion to Division II. In 1980, Police SA won the Division II title, the President's Cup and the Boggars Cup. In 1985, they were national league champions, after setting a national record as the only team to go unbeaten for 17 consecutive games. The performances of Police SA led to their selection as one of eight teams to compete in the newly formed S.League.
When the S.League was formed in 1996, the club was known as the Police Football Club. The following year, its name was changed to Home United to reflect that the team represents not only the Singapore Police Force, but also other HomeTeam departments of the Singapore Ministry of Home Affairs such as the Singapore Civil Defence Force and the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority.
Home United were two-time S.League winners and holders of a record six Singapore Cup trophies. They were the first club to achieve the S.League and Singapore Cup double in 2003.
The team's nickname is the "Protectors", and its mascot is a dragon. The team's home ground is the Bishan Stadium.
Home United Youth Football Academy
Home United is the first and only S.League club to own and operate its own physical football academy. Located at 8 Mattar Road, HYFA boasts 10 futsal courts, 2 full-size football pitches, events plaza, staff offices, meeting rooms and a Sports Performance Centre. HYFA aims to nurture youths towards achieving excellence in the sport of football in tandem with their academic pursuits. It seeks to raise the standards for professional football club in Singapore, and serve our dream to be in the World Cup. More importantly, HYFA will provide youths the opportunities to establish themselves in football, either as a professional player, technical support staff, or referee and even as club administrators.
HYFA's core missions are to develop and prepare local, talented youths with opportunities to pursue professional careers in football, and also aid in character development, guiding them to be upright, law-abiding and responsible individuals.
|Season||League||Pos.||P||W||D||L||GS||GA||Pts||Singapore Cup||League Cup|
|2010||3rd||33||18||11||4||55||31||65||Round of 16||Quarter-finals|
|2018||Singapore Premier League||2nd||24||12||7||5||48||36||43||Semi-finals|
- The 1996 season of the S.League was split into two series. Tiger Beer Series winners Geylang United defeated Pioneer Series winners Singapore Armed Forces in the Championship playoff to clinch the S.League title.
- 2003 saw the introduction of penalty shoot-outs if a match ended in a draw in regular time. Winners of penalty shoot-outs gained two points instead of one.
- As of 5 Jan 2020
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Chairman: Winston Wong
- Deputy Chairman: Deculan Goh
- Deputy Chairman: Charles Shng
- Honorary Secretary: Kadir Maideen
- Honorary Treasurer: Fan Peck Yen
- Honorary Legal Advisor: Alvin Chang
- General Manager: Badri Ghent
- Team Manager: Sheer Angullia
- Head Coach: Aurelio Vidmar
- Assistant Coach: Noh Rahman
- Goalkeeper Coach: Adi Saleh
- Sports Performance Specialist: Shazaly Ayob
- Sports Trainer: Fazly Hasan
- Zsolt Bücs (2006–2007)
- P. N. Sivaji (January 2008 – December 2009)
- Lee Lim-saeng (January 2010 – December 2014)
- Philippe Aw (December 2014 – July 2016)
- Aidil Sharin Sahak (July 2016 – October 2018)
- Saswadimata Dasuki (December 2018 – April 2019)
- Noh Rahman (April 2019 – June 2019)
- Radojko Avramovic (July 2019 - August 2019)
- Noh Rahman (August 2019 – Present)
- Aurelio Vidmar (December 2019 - Present)
- S.League: 2
- National Football League Division One: 1
- Singapore Cup: 6 (record)
- Prime League: 8 (record)
- 2013, 2015, 2016
Performance in AFC competitions
- Asian Club Championship: 1 appearances
- 2001: Second round
- AFC Cup: 8 appearances
AFC clubs ranking
- As of 13 MARCH 2019.
Performance by coach
- Statistics correct as of 23 July 2019
|Lee Lim-saeng||December 2009 - December 2014||180||104||37||39||57.8||2013 Singapore Cup|
|Philippe Aw||December 2014 - August 2016||54||20||14||20||37.0|
|Aidil Sharin||August 2016 - December 2018||90||49||17||24||54.4||2018 AFC Cup Zonal finals|
|Saswadimata Dasuki||December 2018 - April 2019||10||4||2||4||40.0||Singapore Community Shield|
|Noh Rahman||April 2019 - July 2019||8||3||1||4||37.5|
|Radojko Avramović||July 2019 - August 2019||8||4||1||3||50.0|
|Noh Rahman||August 2019 - Present||0||0||0||0||—|
- Main Sponsor: Linco Investments
- Kit Supplier: Puma
- Malathi Das and Palakrishnan (1996), "S.League: the kick-off", Singapore Professional Football League Pte Ltd, p. 33
- "S.League 2018 Transfer Round-Up: New Season, New Transfers". Retrieved 8 March 2018.
- "Lopez leaves Home after 19 years, Wong appointed chairman". fourfourtwo.com. 4 January 2017. Archived from the original on 16 January 2017. Retrieved 15 March 2017.
- "AFC Club Ranking 2019".