Vietnam book ticket to quarter finals for the first time

Vietnam book ticket to quarter finals for the first time

NDO – Vietnam U23’s made history as the team sealed a historic place in the AFC U23 Championship quarter finals for the first time. (Jan 17, 2018)

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Thao, Tung honoured as Athletes of the Year

  Jan 17, 2018
NDO/VNA - Bui Thi Thu Thao was honoured as Female Athlete of the Year at the Victory Cup awards ceremony in Hanoi on January 16. 

AFC President congratulates Vietnam on fabulous win over Australia

  Jan 15, 2018
NDO – President of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Salman Al Khalifa extended a congratulatory message to Standing Vice President of the Vietnam Football Federation (VFF), Tran Quoc Tuan, right after Vietnam achieved a historic 1-0 win over Australia at the ongoing AFC U23 Championship 2018 in Jiangshu, China. 

Over 8,000 athletes attend Ho Chi Minh City Marathon 2018

  Jan 14, 2018
NDO/VNA - More than 8,000 domestic and foreign runners participated in the Ho Chi Minh City Marathon 2018, which was held on January 14. 

Vietnam suffer poor start to AFC U23 Championship campaign

  Jan 11, 2018
NDO – Vietnam failed to secure their first point at the ongoing AFC U23 Championship 2018 in China after losing 1-2 to the Republic of Korea (ROK) in their Group D opener on January 11.  

Vietnam tie with Palestine in friendly match

  Jan 05, 2018
NDO/ VNA - The Vietnam U-23 team tied with Palestine 1-1 in the friendly match held in China on January 4. 

Thanh Trung, Kieu Trinh win Vietnamese Golden Ball 2017

  Jan 03, 2018
NDO – Female goalie Dang Thi Kieu Trinh won her third Vietnamese Golden Ball Award, while Dinh Thanh Trung claimed Best Male Player of the Golden Ball Awards for the first time. 

Le Quang Liem drops to 23rd in FIDE world ranking

  Jan 02, 2018
NDO – Vietnamese chess star Le Quang Liem has fallen to 23rd spot, with a new Elo rating of 2,737, in the latest International Chess Federation (FIDE) rankings for January 2018. 

Correct investment significantly contributes to success of Vietnamese sport

  Dec 30, 2017
NDO – 2017 continues to be a fruitful year for Vietnamese sport with many new achievements gained across different arenas. Vietnam successfully defended its place in the top three at the 29th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games, whilst making the top ten on the overall podium of the 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games (AIMAG 5), with most of the country’s gold medals and records won in the basic Olympic sport events.  

Thao Nguyen finishes fifth at World Rapid Championship

  Dec 29, 2017
NDO – Vietnamese International Master (IM), Pham Le Thao Nguyen, claimed fifth place overall in the rapid competition at the ongoing World Blitz & Rapid Championships 2017 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.  

Swimmer Anh Vien named best Vietnamese athlete of 2017

  Dec 29, 2017
NDO – Swimmer Nguyen Thi Anh Vien has been named the best Vietnamese athlete of the year for the fourth time after winning the most votes from journalists and sports aficionados in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City on December 28. 

Outstanding athletes to be honoured

  Dec 28, 2017
NDO - Hundreds of journalists and sports aficionados are casting their votes for the athletes and coaches of the year in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City on December 28. 

Four Vietnamese referees recognised for FIFA’s Elite level

  Dec 26, 2017
NDO – The International Football Federation (FIFA) has recognised four Vietnamese referees as meeting its Elite 2018 level, after considering the proposals from the Vietnam Football Federation (VFF)’s Referee Committee.  

Vietnam U23s narrowly defeated in penultimate friendly for Asian campaign

  Dec 21, 2017
NDO – Vietnam’s U23 team were closely defeated 2-3 by Ulsan Hyundai FC from the Republic of Korea (ROK) in a friendly meeting at Hanoi’s Hang Day Stadium on December 21, which was the second-last clash for Park Hang-seo and his players as they prepare for their AFC U23 Championship campaign in China next month. 

Vietnam tops Southeast Asia in year-end FIFA rankings

  Dec 22, 2017
NDO – Vietnam has officially surpassed the Philippines to become the no. 1 football team in Southeast Asia as the International Football Federation (FIFA) announced its year-end men’s world rankings on December 21.