The winners of the 2020 V. League 1 will directly enter the finals of the expanded AFC Champions League in 2021.
VOV.VN - The official website of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has published an article titled “Ho Chi Minh City’s Tran Phi Son eyeing V.League and AFC Cup success” with the piece featuring an interview with the talented winger as he shares his thoughts on his club and teammates.
VOV.VN - V.League 1 champions Hanoi FC have been named as the Vietnamese football club with the highest estimated market value of EUR3.65 million, as calculated by football website Transfermarkt.
Nguyen Tien Linh celebrated his first goal of a V. League 1 match this week with a clear stance against racism, as civil unrest spirals in the US.
Ha Tinh Stadium in the eponymous central province has been fined for letting too many fans in during a V.League match on June 12.
VOV.VN - Nam Dinh FC have become the first team of the ongoing V.League 1 season to receive a punishment after an incident involving their fans throwing bottles of water onto the pitch during a fixture against Viettel FC on June 5.
VOV.VN - A total of eight football clubs have made it into the quarter-finals of the National Cup 2020, including V.League 1 champion’s Hanoi FC, following the completion of a two-day event on May 30 and 31 to decide who qualifies for the next round of the domestic cup competition.
Vietnam, who have two major tournaments this year, badly need to play some friendlies, but cannot find opponents amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
VOV.VN - The People’s Court of Hanoi’s Dong Da district on May 19 handed down jail sentences on three football fans charged with causing social disturbances and injuries at a football match at the capital's Hang Day Stadium last year.
VOV.VN - President of the International Federation of Football Association (FIFA) Gianni Infantino has sent a letter thanking President of the Vietnam Football Federation Le Khanh Hai and Vietnamese football in general for their unity in taking a range of practical measures to combat the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
VOV.VN - Le Huynh Duc, Le Cong Vinh, and Nguyen Van Quyet are among the leading goal scorers in the history of the V.League 1, the top tier of Vietnamese football, according to the Vietnam Professional Football Joint Stock Company.
VOV.VN - The Vietnamese National Football First League, more commonly known as the V.League 2, is set to add two teams for the 2021 season, increasing to 14 clubs as opposed to the 12 sides that currently compete in it, according to the Vietnam Football Federation (VFF).
VOV.VN - Reigning V.League 1 champions Hanoi FC on April 9 donated an array of essential goods and cash totaling approximately VND2 billion to the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) to support the country’s efforts to combat the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic.
VOV.VN - Two V.League 1 teams have been named among the club sides who have fielded the least amount of players since January 2015, as announced by the International Centre for Sports Studies Football Observatory (CIES).
V. League 1 clubs remain operational despite temporary stoppage over the COVID-19 strike.
VOV.VN - There is a strong possibility that the delayed V.League 1 season will come back again with matches likely to take place in a single location in order to limit air travel and prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
VOV.VN - Prestigious sports website FOX Sports Vietnam has posted an article about the five goalkeepers to watch in the V.League 1 during the 2020 season, with names such as Van Cong,Thanh Thang, and Van Toan making the list.
VOV.VN - Following two rounds of matches played behind closed doors, the LS V.League 1-2020 will be paused until the end of March due to fears that the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic is likely to spread far and wide.
The second round of the V. League will also be played behind closed doors as a precaution against coronavirus after the first round also had no audience.
After two weeks of quarantine at home, Vietnam national men's team football coach Park Hang-seo watched a V.League game on March 8.