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Flying to Qatar, going to Brazil (News)
Topic: Thailand U23
AFC U23 QualifierWho wants to go to Rio has to go to Qatar first. Seems logically somehow. Because since recently the small Emirate of Qatar counts as the new hub of the sporting world. And the Christmas World Cup 2022 of course. However, Motörhead's classic "Going to Brazil" would still need some rewriting to function as an accompanying song. "Flying to Qatar, Going to Brazil". Or so.

What we are talking of are the AFC U-23 Championship which is going to take place in Qatar and is the qualification tournament to the Summer Olympics in Rio the same year. But before anyone from Asia get's his ticket to Brazil via the desert, one must come through the qualifying round. And for Thailand it means that they will have to overcome North Korea, Cambodia and the Philippines first. For the Thais a putatively easy task, at least on the paper. Particularly with the advantage of hosting its group in Bangkok.
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Road to Canada - Goal festival for Holland and the fans (News)
Topic: Thai women's national teamNetherlands vs Thailand

Netherlands vs Thailand
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The historic first meeting between the host from the Netherlands and Thailand resulted in a 0-7 defeat for the visitors. Despite of the result there were bright faces to be seen far after the game.

It was quite dark on the sparsely illuminated parking area in front of the Polman Stadium in Almelo. But despite the darkness one could spot smiling faces all around in the throng of fans and players a good hour after the game. Some hours before, when the players of the Thai women's national team arrived at the parking place in daylight, they disappeared on the shortest way inside the stadium with tension to read off their faces.
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Easy wins for Chonburi and Bangkok Glass (News)
Topic: AFC Champions LeagueLazarus Kaimbi

Lazarus Kaimbi makes it 2-0
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With two sovereign wins Chonburi and Bangkok Glass advance to the final round of the AFC Champions League play-offs. Now two big tasks waiting in China and Japan.

What looked to be a possible high mountain to climb for Bangkok Glass in their AFC Champions League debut has turned out to as an easy task against Malaysian champion Johor Darul Ta'zim. After 90 minutes the scoreboard displayed a sovereign 3-0 win for the Thai FA Cup winner. And they could have scored more. Compared to the Supercup against Buriram United, which one lost 0-1 a fortnight ago, the Rabbits showed a substantially improved performance on the pitch. New signing Narong Jansawek, who moved from Osotspa, opened the account at the LEO Stadium after 27 minutes with a fulminating strike from outside the box.
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Road to Canada - 26 players for the camp in Holland (News)
Topic: Thai women's national teamVivianne Miedema

Miedema - for her club FC Bayern
image: © Florian Schießl

When the Thailand women's national team gets on the way to its training camp in the Netherlands these days, 26 players are to enter the plane heading to Europe.

With a training camp in the wintry, but not snowy Holland, the preparation of the women's national team to the Women's World Cup 2015 picks up some pace for the first time. During the four weeks, where the City of Maastricht is going to serve as a base camp, Thailand will face some several tough tests against opponents from Europe. The - admittedly - early highlight will be the meeting with the Dutch national team on 7 February in Almelo.
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2015 season fixtures long in coming (News)
Topic: Thai Premier LeagueFloodlights

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Five weeks to go until the first matchday of the Thai Premier League and Division 1 is kicking off. Although the overall schedule for the year 2015 stands and the fixtures are drawn, the ties are not

The TPL has never been so fast. Already at the middle of December, eight weeks ahead of the kick-off to the new season, the fixture draw took place for the Thai Premier League and Division 1. But that was it. There are no kick-off times or any dates for the ties fixed yet. And it certainly will take another one or two weeks until everything is set. Primarily for two reasons.
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#roadtocanada - Thai women's team
12 March 2015 - LEO Stadium
 
19:00
Thailand
-   Papua New Guinea
 11-1
 
14 March 2015 - Suphachalasai
 
17:30
Thailand
-   Papua New Guinea 7-0
 

international friendly - Thai men's team
26 March 2015 - Nakhon Ratchasima
 
18:00
Thailand
-   Singapore
 2-0
 
30 March 2015 - SCG Stadium
 
18:00
Thailand
-   Cameroon
 -:-
 

international friendly - Thai under-22
18 March 2015 - Thai Japanese Stadium
 
19:00
Thailand
-   Myanmar
1-0
 
22 March 2015 - Army Stadium
 
18:00
Thailand
-   Vietnam
 3-1
 

AFC Champions League - Group F
 
24 February 2015
 
18:00
Buriram United
-   Seongnam FC  2-1
 
3 March 2015
 
18:30
Guangzhou R&F
-   Buriram United
 1-2
 
18 March 2015
 
17:00
Gamba Osaka
-   Buriram United  1-1
 

Thai Premier League - matchday 5
 
11 March 2015
 
18:00
Saraburi FC
-   Chiang Rai Utd
 1-1
 
18:00
Chainat FC
-   Army United
0-2
 
18:00
BEC Tero Sasana
-   Navy FC 1-1
 
19:00
Osotspa FC
-   Ratchaburi FC
0-2
 
19:00
N. Ratchasima
-   TOT SC
2-1
 
19:00
Bangkok Glass
-   Bangkok Utd
1-0
 
19:00
Buriram United
-   Chonburi FC
1-1
 
20:00
Muang Thong
-   Sisaket FC
1-0
 
20:00
Port FC
-   Suphanburi FC
0-2
 

Thai Divison One - matchday 5
 
11 March 2015
 
18:00
Trat FC -   Bangkok FC
1-1
 
18:00
Nakhon Pathom
-   Ayutthaya FC
3-1
 
18:00
BBCU FC
-   Krabi FC
1-0
 
18:00
Pattaya United
-   Air Force United
0-0
 
18:00
PTT Rayong
-   Chiang Mai FC 2-2
 
18:00
Songkhla United
-   TTM FC
2-0
 
18:00
Samut Songkhram -   Phichit FC
1-0
 
18:00
Sukhothai FC
-   Prachuap FC
0-1
 
19:00
Phuket FC
-   Thai Honda
3-2
 
19:00
Ang Thong FC -   Police Uhited
0-1
 

Regional League - matchday 5
14 - 16 March 2015
 
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