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Road to Russia 2018: Hope dies last for Thailand (News)
Topic: Thai National TeamCharyl Chappuis

Is back: Charyl Chappuis
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On Thursday the AFC's final stage of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup is going to kick off. And for the first time since 2002, Thailand is part of it. Although the euphoria is very high, Thailand's men's team could qualify for a World Cup for the first time, hope is easy on.

Too much are the two big nations of Japan and Australia the Favorites to go to Russia. And also the schedule is not really in favour with the Thais. Sure, it could have got even worse. But three away games against Saudi Arabia, the Emirates and the Iraq doesn't look like a promising start. Plus the two home games against the two favourites in September and November.
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New ticket provider for the final World Cup qualifying round (News)
Topic: Thai National TeamForth Smart

Forth Smart
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It won't be long until the final round of the World Cup qualifier is going to kick off. And with it the run for the coveted tickets for Thailand's home games. First and foremost for the two ties against Japan (September) and Australia (November). But the time-tested ticket provider "Thai Ticket Major" had its day.

"Forth Smart" is the name of the company which has won the tender of the Thai FA for the distribution of the tickets for all four home games of the final round. According to his own account, the E-payment provider is in the business for eight years and deals with almost 2 million transactions per day and is represented nationwide. TTM also applied for the tender but was not awarded a contract. Which is very unfortunate.
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World Cup and Asian Cup - In mind or with eye on (News)
Topic: Thai National TeamCartoon from Wat

image: Wats Toon

The World Cup 2018 in mind and an eye toward the Asian Cup 2019. Or even vice versa. It might depend on the angle of view. But at the bottom line, the result is the same. For the first time since over a decade Thailand is back among Asia's elite. And will be there for the next three years at least.

At the moment when Abdulrahman Al-Jassimden blew his whistle for the last time into the evening night of Teheran on the 23 March, the surprise was perfect. Although Iraq just scored seconds ago before the final whistle, to draw 2-2 with Thailand, it could not alter the fact: Without defeat, Thailand secured winning of Group F and qualified for the 2019 Asian Championships and the final qualifying round to the World Cup 2018 in Russia.
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Old friends on the way to Russia 2018 (News)
Topic: Thai National TeamAFC U23 Qualifier
New hope springs within the fans of the male version of the War Elephants, that their side could qualify for its first ever World Cup appearance and a first appearnce at the Asian Cup since 2007 when Thailand was hosting the tournament.

Indeed, at least latter seems feasible and absolutely realistic and based on the result of the draw to the second qualifying round to the World Cup 2018 in Russia where Thailand will face Chinese Taipei, Iraq and its well known long time rivals Indonesia and Vietnam in Group F. Because this qualifying round, as well as the following ones, count as qualifiers to the Asian Championship in 2019 in unison. Merging the qualification rounds of the World Cup and Asian Cup is not the only innovation the AFC has introduced. Another one is the increase of the Asian Cup to 24 teams in four years.
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Asian Games: Good draws for the Thais (News)
Topic: Thai National TeamAsian Games Logo

Logo of the Asian Games 2014

Beside the AFF Suzuki Cup, the Asian Games in South Korea is going to be the second great footballing event this year. All together 29 male national teams and 11 women's team fight for gold at the 17th Asiad.

The draw to the 2014 Asian Games footballing tournament must have been one of these nights where the Thai officials couldn't stop to grin all over the face. So well she went. No. Even better. She couldn't have run any better. Almost. If one refrains of the Maldives, Group E, where Thailand's man where drawn in with Indonesia and Timor-Leste, has become a pure Southeast Asia group. In addition, all three sides have faced just eight months ago in Group B of the 2013 SEA-Games. Back then Thailand won both of its group games and met his rival from Indonesia in the Final again, to grab its first gold medal since 2007.
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Thai League - round 31
 

22 October 2017
 
17:45

Port FC
-   Muang Thong
1-1
 
17:45
Navy FC
-   Sisaket FC
1-0
 
18:00
Pattaya United
-   Chiang Rai Utd
2-2
 
18:00
Chonburi FC
-   Bangkok Glass
1-1
 
18:00
Suphanburi FC
-   Buriram United
0-1
 
19:00
BEC Tero Sasana
-   Sukhothai FC
1-1
 
19:00
Bangkok United
-   Ratchaburi FC
2-1
 
20:00
Thai Honda
-   Super Power
2-2
 
20:00
N. Ratchasima
-   Ubon UMT
2-1
 


Thai League 2 - round 34
 

21 October 2017
 
18:00
Kasetsart FC
-   PTT Rayong
2-2
 
18:00
Ang Thong FC
-   Nakhon Pathom
2-1
 
18:00
Chiang Mai FC
-   Chainat FC
1-2
 
18:00
Krabi FC
-   Army United
3-1
 
18:00
S. Songkhram
-   Lampang FC
1-0
 
18:00
Prachuap FC
-   Songkhla United
1-0
 
18:00
Trat FC
-   Air Force
1-3
 
18:00

Bangkok FC
-   Nong Bua
0-0
 

Thai League 3 - promotion play-off
30 September 2017
 
18:00

Trang FC
-   Udon Thani
3-2
 
8 October 2017
 
18:00

Udon Thani
-   Trang FC
1-0
 
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