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 Vietnam football looks set for a revival with the spread of training academies to boost the country's fortunes in future contests by recruiting and cultivating young players for the professional field.

U19 Vietnam thrashes Arsenal 3-0 in London

VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam’s U19 squad convincingly defeated U19 Arsenal in London 3-0 during their first excursion to Europe.

Arsenal to support U-19's training during European tour

 VietNamNet Bridge – English Premier League club Arsenal has confirmed support for Viet Nam Under-19 (U-19) team during its European tour in March.  

Vietnamese billionaire lost VND3 trillion while missing Arsenal deal

Doan Nguyen Duc, the owner of the Hoang Anh Gia Lai Group, could have pocketed the profit of $152 million, or VND3 trillion, if he successfully have bought 20 percent of stakes at Arsenal football club.

“Running Man" with the VN flag broadcast in 25 countries

Appearing in over one minute at Emirates Stadium on August 3, Vu Xuan Tien - the special fan of Arsenal FC, created memorable moments not only for himself but also for Vietnamese football fans.

Vietnam - Arsenal game organizer gets loss

After the tour of Arsenal FC, both Hoang Anh Gai Lai Group and Eximbank denied to announce financial details, but according information leaked from the recent conference of the organizing board, the loss is about VND14 billion ($700,000).

‘Running man' Tien gets dream ticket

 VietNamNet Bridge – "Running man" Vu Xuan Tien will be in the stands at the Emirates Stadium to watch the Emirates Cup football tournament that features Porto of Portugal, Galatasaray of Turkey, Napoli of Italy and the host, Arsenal.

“The Running Man” to go to the UK in September

 VietNamNet Bridge - Vu Xuan Tien's target is to watch the match between Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur on September 1, but everything depends on the organizer.

Some pocket billions dong, others lose millions of dollars on foreign celebrities

The presence of foreign celebrities in Vietnam brought big money to some businessmen and helped them polish their businesses’ images. However, cooperating with the “stars” is always a very costly, and sometimes costly, game.

Arsenal and unforgettable emotions in Hanoi

 VietNamNet Bridge - After three days in Vietnam, Coach Wenger and his team had a lot of memories and wonderful experience.

Vietnamese businesses pocket big money from Arsenal’s tour

 VietNamNet Bridge – The short stay of the famous British football club Arsenal was enough for Vietnamese businesses to get big benefits.

Vietnamese "super-fan" stirs world media

 VietNamNet Bridge – The photos featuring Vu Xuan Tien chasing Arsenal bus on the street of Hanoi has overwhelmed newspapers in the UK and some Asian countries.

“The Running Man” - the hero in the eyes of Arsenal players

Goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny of Arsenal told the interesting story and the impression about a Vietnamese fan who ran after the team’s bus for five kilometers to ask for signatures of Arsenal players.

Arsenal players arrive in Vietnam

 VietNamNet Bridge – At 4.20am this morning, July 15, the special aircraft carrying 80 members of Arsenal landed at Noi Bai Airport (Hanoi).

Arsenal begins the Asia Tour

 VietNamNet Bridge - Coach Arsene Wenger and his players began their Asia Tour 2013 on the evening of July 11 on a special flight. The team will come to Indonesia before they come to Hanoi on July 15.

Arsenal announces the list of 24 players for Asia Tour

 VietNamNet Bridge - The list of players for the Arsenal Asia Tour 2013 has been made public, which lacks some faces like Santi Cazorla, Thomas Vermaelen, Nacho Monreal, and Abou Diaby.

Arsenal ticket prices in Vietnam higher than Japan and Indonesia

 VietNamNet Bridge – The prices for tickets to watch Arsenal’s matches in Japan and Indonesia are only from $10-$70, compared to $20-$70 in Vietnam.

Vietnamese line-up announced for Arsenal friendly

 VietNamNet Bridge – Chief coach Hoang Van Phuc has selected 22 out of 32 training players for the national squad to play a long-awaited friendly against English Premier League FC Arsenal next week.

10,000 tickets for VN-Arsenal match sold out in one day

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Vietnam Football Federation announced to complete the sale of 10,000 tickets directly to fans at 4pm on July 7. At present, fans of the London club have only one chance to buy tickets through number 1080.

Ticket prices for VN–Arsenal match double on black market

 VietNamNet Bridge - Immediately after the first tickets were delivered on July 4, the tickets for this game have been offered for sale online. The prices are from two to three times higher than the face values.