Vietnam's professional football league, known as the All Vietnam Football Championship, was launched in 1980 to redevelop Vietnamese football after a long period of civil war. In 1989, following the Đổi Mới reforms, a new football federation was formed. Vietnamese sports began to return to international events.
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Vietnam's current side is regarded as the nation's "golden generation" and could be its best shot at qualifying for its first-ever FIFA World Cup. Courtesy of AFC 122d Adwaidh Rajan
Vietnam Football Federation’s Annual Meeting 2019 VFF officially announced a contract extension with Head coach Park Hang-seo U18 Vietnam – U18 Malaysia in the first match of Group B U18 AFF Cup (Next Media Cup) at Thong Nhat Stadium (Ho Chi Minh City)
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But it is here in this mountain idyll that one of Asia’s most productive football factories—the Hoang Anh Gia Lai-Arsenal JMG Academy—has worked its alchemy on the Vietnam national side. In fact, it’s hard to believe that just six years ago, Vietnamese football was facing a crisis borne of corruption and greed.
Get a summary of the China vs. Vietnam football match. Heartbreak for Vietnam despite stunning comeback; Japan flatter to deceive again
Asian Football Confederation Vietnam only ASEAN side to progress despite loss to UAE. Vietnam and Park Hang-seo knew their chances of topping Group G were as good as over five minutes into the second half of their fixture against UAE in Dubai, as Mahmoud Khamis made it 3-0 to the hosts.