Vietnam’s U19 women players train for AFC championship

Update: 17:18 | 08/10/2019
Vietnam's head coach Ijiri Akira has called up 26 players for a training camp in Ha Noi in preparation for the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U19 Women's Championship later this month in Thailand.
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Akira and his players will be training at the Vietnam Youth Football Training Centre before leaving for Myanmar for two friendly matches against the hosts on October 11 and 13.

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U19 players are in a training session in Ha Noi. They will be competing in Thailand later this month. (Photo: vtv.vn)

They then will return to Ha Noi for 10 days before Akira names the squad of 23 players. They will leave for the tournament in Chonburi on October 24.

The championship will run from October 27 to November 9.

Vietnam are in Group A with the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Australia and the hosts Thailand. Group B include Myanmar, the Republic of Korea, Japan and China.

The top three teams at the tournament will qualify for the 2020 FIFA U20 World Cup in Nigeria as AFC representatives.

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(Source: VNA)