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February, 11 2014 14:59:00

Viet Nam meet Singapore in U14 qualifying match

Viet Nam will play Singapore in the opening match of the Asian Women's Under-14 Football Championship's Southeast Asian zone.— File Photo

HA NOI (VNS) — Viet Nam will play Singapore in the opening match of the Asian Women's Under-14 Football Championship's Southeast Asian zone, according to a draw early this week.

As the host and the defending champions of the region, Viet Nam are also in Group A with the Philippines and Cambodia.

Group B comprises Thailand, Myanmar and Malaysia.

All matches will be organised at the HCM City's Thong Nhat Stadium between June 10 and 15.


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