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Thai womens national team to play Linkopings FC (News)
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For many years Sweden is considered one of the flagships in women's football. In January 2014 and for the first time, a female top team from Europe will come to Thailand for a training camp and at least one friendly.

A touch of SEA Games Gold and the UEFA Women's Euro 2013 might surround the Thupatemee Stadium of Air Force United when the Thai women's national team will take on Linkopings FC in January. Within the scope of a training camp for the Swedes from the 20 January to 29 January, both sides are to meet for a friendly on 25 January at 15:30. After the match of the women's, Thailand's record champion and TPL newbie Air Force United, will take on Bjorn Lindemann's former club Army United at 17:30. One day later, so it is planned, Linkopings will hold a training session with and for promising female players.
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SEA Games: Acid test for the Womens Asian Cup (News)
Topic: Thai women's national team
After Thailand's men entered the SEA-Games competition a week ago, it is now on the women's national team to enter the medal race on this Saturday. For the team around captain Naphat Seesraum it is also an acid test as it could turn out to be a blueprint of the upcoming Asian Cup in 2014.

For the women national teams from South-East Asia the biennial SEA-Games are mostly nothing else than a new edition of the yearly AFF Championships. The only differences between both tournaments: while only nations from South-East Asia are allowed to participate at the SEA-Games, nations like Japan or Australia are to complete the starting field of the AFF Championships. And the women's are allowed to enter the Games with full force and one is not limited to U-23 players only like it is the case for the men's tournament.
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Stony road - Thailands way to Women's World Cup 2015 (News)
Topic: Thai women's national team
Thailand's women were handed a tough draw for the Women's Asian Cup 2014. Although the result makes it easier to reach the knock out phase - to win a ticket for the World Cup 2015, couldn't have become more stony.

China, South Korea, Myanmar. No. Last Friday's draw for next years Women's Asian Cup in Vietnam didn't mean it well with the Thai national team. Less concerning about reaching the knock out's. But rather concerning qualifying for the Women's World Cup 2015 in Canada. In the past Asia's top women tournament could be safely filed under the chapter "taken part" for the Thai Eleven. But finishing its group third this time, could be worth a lot.
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Nisa Romyen fires Thailand to the Asian Cup 2014 (News)
Topic: Thai women's national teamNisa Romyen

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Thailand's women national team successfully managed to qualify for the Asian Cup in 2014 and with it, made a first important step towards a possible participation at the Women's World Cup 2015.

Without its two star players from Nadeshiko-League, Kanjana Sung-Ngoen and Pitsamai Sornsai, both nursing injuries, Thailand's women national team had to travel to Bangladesh. However, being without out the two currently  under contract with Speranza FC, Thailand was able to qualify successfully without any bigger problems.
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After one year: Thai women's national team back in action (News)
Topic: Thai women's national teamThai women's national team 2012

Thai women's national team 2012
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With the AFF Championships ahead, official games are on the schedule for the women's national football team for the first time after a one year break. We take a look at the preparation and talked to team officials.

From 13 - 22 September the 7th edition of the AFF Women's Championship takes place in Vietnam. Defending champion Thailand, currently number 30 of the FIFA world rankings, is going to face Laos (82) and Malaysia (86) in group B. The fourth team of this group, Indonesia, has withdrawn at short notice. In Group A, Vietnam (31), Myanmar (47), the Philippines (85) and Singapore (92) are fighting for two spots in the semi-finals. For Thailand, the tournament marks the first official internationals since nearly one year. Back, that time the women's were able to lift the AFF trophy for the first time since the tournament saw his introduction in 2006.
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AFF Suzuki Cup - semi finals
 

1 December 2018
 
19:45
Malaysia - Thailand

0-0
 
 

2 December 2018
 
19:30
Phillippines - Vietnam
1-2
 
 

5 December 2018
 
19:00
Thailand - Malaysia
-:-
 
 
6 December 2018
 
19:30
Vietnam - Phillippines
-:-
 

Thai League - matchday 33
 

3 October 2018
 
18:00
Prachuap FC
- Suphanburi FC

0-1
 
18:00
Bangkok Glass
- Ubon UMT

1-1
 
18:00
Chainat FC

-

Bangkok United

0-0
 
18:00
N. Ratchasima
- Chiang Rai Utd

1-1
 
18:00
Air Force
- Buriram Utd

2-3
 
18:00
Navy FC
- Police Tero

4-2
 
18:00
Port FC
- Chonburi FC

5-0
 
18:00
Ratchaburi FC
- Sukhothai FC

0-0
 
18:00
Muang Thong
- Pattaya Utd

5-5
 

Thai League 2 - matchday 30

29 September 2018
 
18:00

Rayong FC -   PTT Rayong 0-2
 
18:00
Khon Kaen FC -   Chiang Mai FC 2-2
 
18:00
Samut Sakhon FC -   Ang Thong FC 3-3
 
18:00
Udon Thani FC -   Krabi FC 4-2
 
18:00
Sisaket FC -   Kasetsart FC 2-0
 
18:00
Trat FC -   Thai Honda 2-1
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18:00
Nong Bua -   Army United 1-1
 

Thai League 3 - matchday 24
11 August - 12 August 2018
 
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