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Women's AFF Championship: Thailand lift the trophy (News)
Topic: Thai women's national team

Honor to whom honor is due

After beating Myanmar 2-1 in the final of the women's AFF Championship this week, Thailand lifted the AFF Cup trophy for the first time in history. They are now "Champion of ASEAN", a well earned title completing a really successful year in Thailand's women football.

As expected, the group stage was no big hurdle for Thailand women's national team. 8-1, 5-1 and a 3-1 against the later final opponent Myanmar, were the results in the qualifying round. As winner of group B Thailand qualified for the semi finals and avoided arch rival Vietnam. Sovereign as Thailand, Vietnam won his group and clashed with Myanmar in the round of the last 4. Latter only underdogs, knew how to surprise at the end. Although for most of the time being the dominant team, and leading 1-0, the Vietnamese national side finally been knocked out. Thailand, playing the other semi final against Laos, did not hesitate and sent them home wining 4-0 to book a place in the final.
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Women's AFF Championship: Thailand aims for the title (News)
Topic: Thai women's national team

courtesy Pikul Khueanpet

Currently the AFF Women's Championship taking place for the fifth time. Since the inaugural tournament in 2006, Thailand's women national team was not able to lift the trophy. This time it should happening. Thailand started the tournament successful, leaving Malaysia with no chance.

The Women's AFF Championship is the female version of the region famous men tournament AFF Suzuki Cup. From 16 to 24 October the women's competition this year takes place in Vientiane/Laos. Beside Malaysia Thailand's national team is going to face Myanmar and the Philippines in group B. None of the opponents from group B seriously might prevent Thailand from winning the group and reaching the semi-finals. Myanmar is lining up a U-23, a team selected particularly with regard to the SEA-Games 2013 and the Philippines lost the opener to Myanmar 2-0. Thailand steam rolled Malaysia in the first match 8-1. Nisa Romyen scored a hat-trick within seven minutes. Other goals came from Warunee Phetwiset, Junpen Seesraum, Sunisa Srangthaisong and Taneekarn Dangda.
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Thailand women's loose their two openers (News)
Topic: Thai women's national teamNahomi Kawasumi

scored the first goal for Japan,
Nahomi Kawasumi
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Till present Thailand women's football national team played two matches of the final Olympic qualifying round and host China is waiting on Monday. Unsurprisingly Thailand lost their two openers against World Champion Japan and World Championship participant Australia. While Taneekarn Dangda putatively wrote a piece of football history.

Thailand women's coach Piyakul Kawnamkang had to travel to China without key players. Goalkeeper Warapon Boonsing and defender Pikul Khueanpet were absent because of injury. Forward Pitsamai Sornsai who was nominated but still nursing an injury. Not enough captain Junpen "Juppie" Seesraum was suspended for the first match. And no one else than World Cupô holder Japan was waiting in the the first tie. Japan even could effort to leave captain Homare Sawa and goalkeeper Ayumi Kaihori on the bench. Yuki Nagasato (Turbine Potsdam) and Saki Kumagai (FFC Frankfurt) were in the starting line-up.
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Thailand Women's team ahead of the last hurdle to London 2012 (News)
Topic: Thai women's national team
Thai women's national team presumably is ahead of it's biggest challenge ever. From Thursday onwards they are going to fight for a ticket to the 2012 Olympic Games in London. On the very first day of the final round of the pre-Olympic qualification tournament, Thailand is going to face World Cup title holder Japan. World champion Yuki Nagasato answered a few of our questions ahead of the tie.

The Thai women's national team qualified for the final round of the pre-Olympic tournament, by fighting it's way through two qualifications round. World champion Japan, Australia, China (hosting the tournament) as well as North and South Korea are qualified for the final round without playing any match. All together those six nations are the cream Asian women's football has to offer. With no doubt, Thailand is nothing more than the underdog, although being ranked 6 in Asia. Japan as well as Australia are considerably the favourites to win the tournament and to earn a trip to London next year.
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Women's Olympic qualifier - Mission completed, big guns are waiting (News)
Topic: Thai women's national team
What a heartbeat final. Thailands women national team did it and qualified for the final round of the Pre-Olympic qualification tournament. Now, in the very last final round the "Big Guns" of asian women's football are waiting.

Thailand women's national football team started with promise in to the 2nd round of the Pre-Olympic qualification. After an early deficit against Uzbekistan in the opener, Thailand cruised to a comfortable 5-1. The ban of the Iran women's national football team forced the Thai side to a 7-day break. However, the ladies on no account appeared rusty in the game against Jordan and kicked the hosts out of the tournament with a 7-0 win. As foreseen, everything would come down to the wire. Once more a decisive match between the rivals Vietnam and Thailand.
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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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