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Changes to the league include:
- Monthly claim of S$2,000 for the local clubs from the FAS if they sign a foreign player who is a newcomer to the S-League.
- Brunei DPMM have replaced Dalian Shide Siwu in 2009 season.
League table 
2009 S-League Standings 
Final League Standings
|1||Singapore Armed Forces||30||22||1||7||73||31||+42||67||AFC Champions League 2010|
|6||Geylang United||30||12||4||14||36||39||-3||40||AFC Cup 2010|
|7||Albirex Niigata (S)||30||11||5||14||38||47||-9||38|
- Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd goal difference; 3rd goals scored; 4th head-to-head
- Rule on Continental Qualification: Only local clubs are able to qualify for Asian Club Competitions, hence the three foreign sides of Albirex Niigata (S), Brunei DPMM and Super Reds, and the FAS U-23 team Young Lions, will not be able to qualify for Continental Competitions.
† Following a FIFA decision reached in Rio de Janeiro on 29 September 2009, Brunei DPMM will no longer be permitted to play in the S-League. They were unable to complete the League after FIFA denies FAS appeal for Brunei DPMM FC to finish the 2009 season. Their records were being expunged according to the League rule.
Fixtures and Results of the S. League 2009 season.
Note: The results are broken down into weeks rather than rounds, as some teams may play 2 or more games a week due to the nature of the league system (games are played every day). Hence, sometimes, teams may not play in the league some weeks due to other competition commitments or re-arranged games.
Top Scorers 
|2||Gabriel Obatola||Gombak United||24|
|3||Kengne Ludovick||Home United||18|
|4||Kenji Adachihara||Albirex Niigata||16|
|5||Peres de Oliveira||Home United||15|
|6||Noh Alam Shah||Tampines Rovers||14|
|7||Choi Dong-Soo||Super Reds||13|
|8||Agu Casmir||Gombak United||12|
|10||Sutee Suksomkit||Tampines Rovers||8|
|Shahrazen Said||Brunei DPMM|
|Qiu Li||Tampines Rovers|
|Seo Su Jong||Super Reds|
|Kingsley Njoku||Gombak United|
|Murphy Wiredu||Sengkang Punggol|
Own goals 
|Shariff Abdul Samat||Tampines Rovers||Brunei DPMM||3 April 2009|
|SAFFC||9 May 2009|
|Jufri Taha||Balestier Khalsa||Woodlands Wellington||6 April 2009|
|SAFFC||14 May 2009|
|Shahir Hamzah||Young Lions||Brunei DPMM||16 May 2009|
|Sahairi Ramri||Balestier Khalsa||Super Reds||26 June 2009|
|Razaleigh Khalik||SAFFC||Young Lions||27 June 2009|
|Mojtaba Tehranizadeh||Woodlands Wellington||Geylang United||15 July 2009|
|Hyrulnizam Juma'at||Young Lions||Sengkang Punggol||16 July 2009|
|Rastislav Beličák||Geylang United||SAFFC||9 September 2009|
|Obadin Aikhena||Young Lions||Gombak United||10 September 2009|
|Aleksandar Đurić||SAFFC||Albirex Niigata (S)||26 March 2009|
|Young Lions||17 August 2009|
|Gabriel Obatola||Gombak United||Balestier Khalsa||24 April 2009|
|27 October 2009|
|Norikazu Murakami||Home United||Woodlands Wellington||30 March 2009|
|Kengne Ludovick||Home United||Brunei DPMM||2 August 2009|
|Peres de Oliveira||Home United||Tampines Rovers||6 August 2009|
|Noh Alam Shah||Tampines Rovers||Sengkang Punggol||11 September 2009|
|Ham Hyeong-Kyu||Home United||Woodlands Wellington||25 September 2009|
Kits and Main Sponsors 
|Albirex Niigata (S)||Adidas||Sanyo|
|Balestier Khalsa||Umbro||Civics Ambulance &
|Brunei DPMM||Lotto||Sri Sentosa SDN BHD|
|Geylang United||Lotto||Five Star Tours||Lotto replaces Diadora as kit-maker|
|SAFFC||Umbro||STAR Automotive Centre &
United Engineers Limited
|Super Reds||Umbro||QT Technology|
Stadia and attendance 
|Albirex Niigata (S)||Jurong East Stadium||2,700|
|Balestier Khalsa||Toa Payoh Stadium||3,896|
|Brunei DPMM FC||Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium||30,000|
|Geylang United||Bedok Stadium||3,864|
|Gombak United||Jurong West Stadium||4,000|
|Home United||Clementi Stadium||4,000||Move from Bishan Stadium as it is undergoing upgrading programme for the 2010 YOG|
|SAFFC||Choa Chu Kang Stadium||4,600|
|Sengkang Punggol||Hougang Stadium||2,500|
|Super Reds||Yishun Stadium||3,400|
|Tampines Rovers||Tampines Stadium||3,580|
|Woodlands Wellington||Woodlands Stadium||4,300|
|Young Lions||Jalan Besar Stadium||6,000|
- The league plays all its Friday matches, which is televised live on MediaCorp Channel 5, at the Jalan Besar Stadium. An exception is when the AYG 2009 is in process, matches are played on the Home stadiums of the home team.
The League will only play 193 matches after Brunei DPMM were unable to complete the season.
|Albirex Niigata (S)||16||1,562||2,429||1,031||24,991|
Managerial changes 
|Team||Outgoing manager||Manner of departure||Replaced by||Date of appointment||Position in table|
|Sengkang Punggol||Jorg Steinebrunner||Mutual Consent ||Aide Iskandar||June 2009||10th|
The winners will be announced on 9 November 2009 on the 14th Great Eastern-YEO’S S.League Awards Night.
|Player of the Year||Valery Hiek (Home United)|
|Young Player of the Year||Gabriel Obatola (Gombak United)|
|Coach of the Year||Richard Bok (SAFFC)|
|Top Scorer Award||Aleksandar Đurić (SAFFC)|
|Fair Play Award||Home United|
|Referee of the Year||P Pandian|
|Assistant Referee of the Year||Jeffrey Goh|
|Goal of the Year||Ahmad Latiff (SAFFC) (vs Albirex Niigata FC (S) on 26 March @ Choa Chu Kang Stadium)|
|Fan Club of the Year||SAFFC|
|Story of the Year||Wang Meng Meng (The Straits Times) - "Alam Shah : Why I’m who I am"|
|Picture of the Year||Lim Kok Meng (Lianhe Zaobao) - “Balestier Khalsa Australia striker Bryan Soane has a tough
time roughing out Geylang United defender Walid Lounis tackle”
|People's Choice Award||Gabriel Obatola (Gombak United)|
- S-League unveils Brunei DPMM FC as 12th club for 2009 season
- Key decisions reached in Rio
- Lotto switch for Geylang
- All Change as Dolphins start again
- S.League 2009
- Brunei team to play in S-League
- S.League unveils Brunei DPMM FC as 12th team for 2009 season