Updated  
January, 22 2014 08:22:00

HCM City prepares to hosts Futsal Championships in March

The National Futsal Championships, which will be held during March 2-15, is expected to see the participation of 10 teams.— Photo vov

HCM CITY (VNS) —The National Futsal Championships, which will be held during March 2-15, is expected to see the participation of 10 teams.

The teams will play in two groups in a round-robin format with two legs. The two strongest opponents will advance to the semi-final round.

The matches will be organised at the Thai Son Nam and Phu Tho stadiums in HCM City.

Apart from bonuses for the top winners, there will also be awards for the Best Player, the Best Goal Scorer, the Best Goal-keeper, as well an award for the Best "Fair Play" team. — VNS

Send Us Your Comments:
Name:
Your E-mail address:
Title:
 

VietNamNews may edit your comments and not all emails will be published.

Highlight

PM's India visit to bolster strategic ties 4    PM's India visit to bolster strategic ties

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung begins an official visit to India today, aiming to consolidate the strategic partnership between both countries and take it to new heights.

Law to ease real estate restrictions 1    Law to ease real estate restrictions

Most National Assembly members yesterday agreed that the amended Housing Law should allow more foreigners to be eligible to buy or own houses in Viet Nam.

National team in training ahead of AFC challenge 1    National team in training ahead of AFC challenge

The Japanese coach of Viet Nam's national football team, Toshyia Miura, says that fitness and tactics will be his priorities in a 10-day training camp in the southern province of Binh Duong.

Bear bile tourism shuts down in Ha Long Bear bile tourism shuts down in Ha Long

Bear bile tourism in the northern province of Quang Ninh's Ha Long City has finally been shut down, according to the non-governmental organisation Education for Nature – Viet Nam (ENV).

Artist restores traditional values through paper Artist restores traditional values through paper

Artist Phan Hai Bang, who created a very special type of paper called truc chi, is now working with his team to bring back what he calls "old values" in a really big way.