FIFA and AFC have decided to postpone the 2022 World Cup qualifying matches (scheduled to take place in October and November this year) to 2021.
Let's keep track of all the goals and goals lost by the Vietnamese team in the tournaments in 2019.
The Vietnam Football Federation is doing its best to support Filip Nguyen's naturalization process and everything is going smoothly.
VFF Vice President Tran Quoc Tuan confirmed that U22 Vietnam will attend the friendly tournament in Toulon, France in December 2020.
Let's watch again the situation Hoang Duc made an incredible goal in the match between Quang Nam and Viettel in round 7 V-League 2020.
Vietnam NT captain Que Ngoc Hai said he chooses to play in Japan if possible.
Shin Tae-yong admited the fierce competitiveness in World Cup 2022 qualifiers and Indonesia NT has no hope to progress.
Park Hang-seo and his assistants scout matches in V-League round 3.
In the first training session after winning the Golden Ball, Do Hung Dung shared his goals with Hanoi FC and Vietnam in 2020.
Filip Nguyen had a brilliant performance that helped Slovan Liberec to win 3 points against Ceske Budejovic to reach the top 4 of the Czech League.
After Park Hang-seo requested VFF about encouraging clubs to use local strikers and limiting to play foreign ones, coach Le Huynh Duc has voiced to disagree with him.
Quang Hai, despite playing stable and outstanding, has little chance for the Golden Ball this year.
This is a completely sound case when Filip Nguyen is getting a lot of popularity in the Czech league.
Slavia Prague’s coach Jindřich Trpišovský assessed overseas Vietnamese goalkeeper Filip Nguyen could move to Chelsea (Premier League).
The defender of HAGL expressed his ambition to go abroad to play in the future to improve his level and develop his career.
Xuan Truong and the Vietnamese players are recovering very quickly after being treated at PVF Center.
Not wasting time on the break of the COVID-19 pandemic, Park Hang-seo and his coaching staff are still working hard to find ways to renew Vietnam.
'Thai Messi' Chanathip Songkrasin became the first Southeast Asian player to have the highest transfer value at a J.League club.