Vietnam. The Vietnam national football team ( Vietnamese: Đội tuyển bóng đá quốc gia Việt Nam) represents Vietnam in international football and is controlled by the Vietnam Football Federation, the governing body of football in Vietnam . Vietnam was introduced to the sport by the French in the 19th century.
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Vietnam's current side is regarded as the nation's "golden generation" and could be its best shot at qualifying for its first-ever FIFA World Cup.
Vietnam Football Federation’s Annual Meeting 2019 VFF officially announced a contract extension with Head coach Park Hang-seo U18 Vietnam – U18 Malaysia in the first match of Group B U18 AFF Cup (Next Media Cup) at Thong Nhat Stadium (Ho Chi Minh City)
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According to the latest information, after the U23 Vietnam national football team completed the Asian U23 qualifying round, Coach Park Hang Seo will return to Vietnam and negotiate a third contract with the Vietnam Football Federation (VFF). The Korean coach’s employment contract signed with the VFF will expire at the end of January in 2022.
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Vietnam National Football Team. Governing body. Vietnam Football Federation. Affiliated. 1964. Stadium. Sân vận động quốc gia Mỹ Đình (My Dinh National Stad (40,192 seats) Manager. Park Hang-Seo.
The Vietnam Football Federation (VFF, Vietnamese: Liên Đoàn Bóng Đá Việt Nam) is the governing body of football in Vietnam. It is responsible for the all Vietnam teams of football, futsal and beach soccer as well as national competitions.
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Asian Football Confederation Vietnam only ASEAN side to progress despite loss to UAE. Vietnam and Park Hang-seo knew their chances of topping Group G were as good as over five minutes into the second half of their fixture against UAE in Dubai, as Mahmoud Khamis made it 3-0 to the hosts.