OMG! I shook hands and took photos with Edgar Davids!

Hi Huneybees,

I was recently invited to Meet and Greet with the renowned Dutch football star and the ambassador for Tiger Street Football - Edgar Davids, at Clarke Quay. Together with football fans, we waited patiently in the cage that was set up at Clarke Quay Central Fountain.

Pretty babes to prep the crowd... :)
The highly excited fans.
Some of them even queued for more than 2 hours!

We were kept entertained by the Brazil and Thailand team with a match. I was caught in the middle  when entering the cage and got greeted in the face by the soccer ball! It's ok, everything for meeting Edgar Davids!

Arrival of Edgar Davids.
Edgar Davids, who has played for top European clubs such as AC Milan, Juventus, FC Barcelona, Inter Milan and Tottenham Hotspur, is strongly associated to street football, serving as a patron for the game and its varieties all over the globe.

The sexy Tiger Cage Girls who will pose next to fans and Edgar Davids for the photo memento.

Fans were able to bring their personal football memento for an autograph by Edgar Davids as well as multiple photo opportunities during the session to capture the excitement around Tiger Street Football and Singapore’s love for the game. Everyone had interesting items for Edgar Davids to sign, it was interesting to stand aside and see what each of them brought...

Me and hubby each got an opportunity to take a photo with Edgar Davids and he autographed a t-shirt for us. Sweet!!!

Credits to Tiger Beer Singapore.
Credits to Tiger Beer Singapore.
Edgar Davids with the Brazil team.
Edgar Davids with the Thailand team.
Edgar Davids with the Tiger  Babes.
Fans not wanting to leave even though Edgar Davids have already stepped out of the cage, everyone crowded around him, still wanting to take more photos and getting autographs from him. Super high and I bet Edgar Davids felt our "warmth".

Edgar Davids meet and greet was in fact a kick start to The Tiger Street Football in Singapore. It is the second stop of the tournament which will be hosted in five Asian countries this year. The tournament promises a bigger competition filled with “battles” that reflect the flair and diverse styles associated with 5-a-side street football. Tiger Street Football Singapore is presented by internationally acclaimed Tiger Beer and is set to treat football fans and the general public to a showcase of the best street football action from local and international teams.
Here are the results for the Regional and National Champions of The Tiger Street Football Singapore...

Touch N Go has emerged as national champions of the second edition of Tiger Street Football Singapore which was held today at Clarke Quay. Witnessed by a packed audience, the tournament culminated with a thrilling final which saw Touch N Go defeating La Plata Juniors with a 2-0 scoreline.
Featuring 32 local teams, today’s National Finals showcased “battles” that reflected the flair and diverse styles associated with 5-a-side street football. The tournament was played on a unique caged, hard-court pitch with no side-lines and with a shorter, high-energy match format of two 6-minute halves with a 2-minute halftime period.
As winners of the tournament, Touch N Go walked away with a cash prize of USD3,000 as well as the chance to represent Singapore in the Tiger Street Football Grand Finals to be held in Ho Chih Minh City, Vietnam on 28 September.
As finalists of today’s competition, both Touch N Go and La Plata Juniors will get the opportunity to compete against four invited international teams to win additional cash prizes in tomorrow’s Tiger Street Football Regional Competition to be held at the same venue. The four international teams hail from Argentina, Brazil, Malaysia and Thailand.

Futsar Argentina are the newly crowned champions of the Tiger Street Football Regional Competition in Singapore after defeating favourites and reigning champions, Team Floripa Street Fotball from Brazil with a tight scoreline of 4-3. Played at Clarke Quay, today’s competition featured international and local teams vying for the grand prize of USD5,000.
Local teams Dorset Boys, La Plata Juniors and national champions Touch N Go were given the opportunity to compete against Futsar Argentina, Team Floripa Street Fotball, De Stadium YT from Malaysia and We Kick FC from Thailand. Runners-up Team Floripa Street Fotball earned themselves USD2,500.

Following the Tiger Street Football event in Singapore, the next leg of the regional tournament will be held in Guangzhou, China, followed by another in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The top team from each local leg will have the chance to fight it out in the Grand Finals in Vietnam to be the Tiger Street Football Champion and win the coveted top prize of USD30,000.

More photos of Edgar Davids here.