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Zeise given joint coaching role

German Gerd Zeise, 64, the national coach, has been appointed coach of the under-22s by the Myanmar Football Federation (MFF)

Magwe FC to face Cambodian team in AFC Cup tomorrow

Angkor Football Club from Cambodia and the Magwe FC from Myanmar will play the third match of their group in the AFC Cup 2017 at Olympic Stadium in Phnom Penh in Cambodia tomorrow.
The match is important for both teams as only the winner will have the chance to move ahead to the next round. After the second match of the group, Philippines FC Global had won 2 matches and scored 6 goals. Magwe FC scored once, and Cambodia scored none.

Yadanarbon beat Singapore club

Yadanarbon FC have defeated Home United FC of Singapore 1-0 in their opening match in Group H of the 

Fifa president opens football academy

The Myanmar National Football Academy in Thuwunna, Yangon, was opened on February 17

Asean Football Federation to hold council meeting in Yangon on March 17

Asean Football Federation (AFF) will now hold its council meeting at Novotel Hotel in Yangon on Ma

Myanmar come from behind to knock Cambodia out


Myanmar down to Oman in friendly match before Suzuki Cup

In its final friendly match leading up to the Suzuki Cup 2016, Myanmar was beaten by Oman 3-0 at Thuwana stadium on Monday.

Myanmar had made two changes from the team which had earlier played the Indonesian national team.

Myanmar created but failed to capitalise on some goal opportunities in the first half. That left Oman to score its first goal nine minutes before interval and its second and third goals at the 54 and 68-minute marks.

Vitorino confident of developing Lao football on international stage

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Myanmar to host 2017 Southeast Asian Archery Championship

The Southeast Asian Archery Federation approved Myanmar’s request to host the Southeast Asian championship.

Premier League champion Leicester City visits Shwedagon Pagoda

The Leicester City football club, the English Premier League champion for the 2015-16 football season, visited Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon yesterday.

The team arrived in Yangon on the evening of May 22 after taking their end of season tour to Thailand. Leicester City is owned by Thai billionaire Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.