True Bangkok United has won the inaugural Selangor Asia Challenge 2020 (SAC) after defeating hosts Selangor on penalties last Sunday. Despite that was just a pre-season tournament, Bangkok United & Thai International Mika Chunuonsee was delighted with the triumph on overseas soil as he sets
Singapore International Zulfahmi Arifin has signed a one-year deal with Thailand Suphanburi FC. This is Zulfahmi’s second stint in Thai League after having played for Chonburi FC in 2018.
The former Hougang United player will be the third & final ASEAN player for the team as
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PT Prachuap FC lifted their first ever major trophy Thailand’s Toyota League Cup after a hard-fought victory over Buriram United on Saturday!
The highly entertaining League Cup Final between Buriram and Prachuap was played out in front of an estimated 11,000 fans at SCG Stadium. Although
Bangkok United's Teeratep 'Leesaw' Winothai has completed his loan to Chonburi FC till the end of the season. Official announcements have been made by both the club and player on Wednesday via their social media.
It is understood that the former Crystal Palace youth striker is
Another talented player from Singapore, Warriors’ Gabriel Quak has joined Thai League side Navy FC days before the transfer window closes on 5 Feb 2018. Gabriel has become the fifth Singapore footballer, after Hassan Sunny (Army United), Izwan Mahbud (Nongbua Pitchaya), Zulfahmi Arifin (Chonburi) &
It was an entertaining weekend with back-to-back actions coming from the 29th SEA Games Men’s football semi-final that saw Thailand and host nations Malaysia triumphed over their opponents, Myanmar and Indonesia respectively. As entertaining as it should be, both teams booked their slots in the
Since the news of the Thai Premier League’s move to introduce the five foreign players, 1 from Asia and 1 from ASEAN countries, has been reported last December, it has garnered a mixture of reactions from the Thais and as well as regional football fraternity.
Not many would have predicted the Garudas to be one of the finalists when the bi-annual tournament kicked off in November. For a country who just had their ban lifted by FIFA after a year, the intention of making up the lost times on international
Thailand U16, also known as the Chang Thailand was hosted by Australia’s Footskills U18 at the Singapore’s biggest international youth tournament, SingaCup 2016.
Although the Thais were expected to walk over their opponent easily, it was the Australian team who drew the first blood to give