The national U19 women’s football team have gathered in Hanoi in preparation for the 2017 AFC U19 Women’s Championship’s qualifying round to be held in Hanoi from October 29 to November 6.
Thailand won the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Women’s Football Championship after beating Vietnam 7-6 on penalties, after a 1-1 draw in regular time and extra-time on August 4.
Vietnam are set to win the Southeast Asian Women’s Football Championship, which begins on July 26 in Myanmar.
Coach Mai Duc Chung has called 26 players to prepare for the coming ASEAN Women’s Football Championship next month in Myanmar.
Vietnam has been drawn in Group A along with Thailand, Singapore and the Philippines at the 2016 AFF Women’s Championship, to take place in Mandalay, Myanmar from July 26 to August 4.
Vietnam lost to the Republic of Korea (RoK) 0-4 in the last match of the AFC Women’s Olympic Football Tournament Rio 2016 qualifiers in Japan on March 9.
Vietnam's women football team will play China in the opener of the Brazil Olympics' third qualification round on February 29, in Osaka, Japan.
(VOV) -The national women’s football team on September 3 flew to China for a training camping preparation for the upcoming 2014 Asian Games (ASIAD 17) to take place in Incheon, the Republic of Korea later this month.
(VOV) -Vietnam’s female footballers maintained their 28th position in the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA)’s latest ratings.
(VOV) -Vietnamese female football players have overwhelmingly defeated their Jordanian rivals at the ongoing Southeast Asian Football Championships in Ho Chi Minh City.
There is hope that the Vietnamese women football team will join the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada for the first time.
Defending champions Phong Phu Ha Nam will play Hanoi Trang An in the opening match of the 2011 National Women’s U19 Football Championships taking place in Ha Nam province on August 6.
The 2011 National Women’s Football Championships closed in the northern province of Ha Nam on April 9.
Vietnam’s female football squad, led by coach Tran Van Phat, left Hanoi on May 31 to participate in the second qualifying round of the 2012 London Olympics Women's Football, which will take place in Jordan from June 3-12.
Vietnamese women will play three friendly matches before flying to Chengdu, China, on May 7 for the 2010 AFC Women’s Asian Cup.
The National Women’s Football Championship will kick off on March 8 in the northern province of Ha Nam.
The Vietnam women’s football team won the International Women’s Football Tournament TKV after beating Thailand 2-0 at Cua Ong Stadium in the northern province of Quang Ninh.