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The Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) and coach Mai Duc Chung have agreed to extend their contract for another year.

VN women's football team welcomed home after securing World Cup berth

Coach Mai Duc Chung and his players were warmly welcomed at Hanoi's Noi Bai International Airport this morning after earning historic 2023 World Cup berth at the 2022 AFC Women’s Asian Cup held in India.

Vietnam vie for Women’s World Cup 2023 place

With Australia and New Zealand being named as the hosts of the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup, the Vietnamese women’s national football team have been granted a boost in their quest to compete in the global tournament.

Women’s team lose to RoK in Olympics qualifiers

The Vietnamese women’s football team lost 0-3 to their Korean rivals in Group A’s final match of the Tokyo Olympics 2020 qualifiers in the Republic of Korea (RoK) on February 9.

Striker Van Su passes coach Chung's test

The VN women’s football team scored a tough 1-0 win against Myanmar in the third round of qualifying for the Tokyo Olympics 2020 on Thursday and young striker Ngan Thi Van Su proved her talent to head coach Mai Duc Chung.

 

Vietnam strive for best results, says coach Mai Duc Chung

Vietnam have respect for all their opponents and will do their utmost to attain the best possible result, said head coach Mai Duc Chung at a press conference held on Sunday.

Women footballers ready to depart for Tokyo 2020 Olympic qualifiers in RoK

The Vietnamese women’s football team is set to fly out to the Republic of Korea (RoK) in the early hours of January 31 in order to prepare for their upcoming fixtures in the third qualification round for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

Women's football team refuse awards

The Vietnamese women's football team have refused an award of VND500 million ($21,739) offered by a local company after being offended by their requirements.

 

PM praises success of men’s and women’s football teams at SEA Games

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc lavished praise on the men's and women’s football teams after their resounding success in the finals of the SEA Games against Indonesia and Thailand at the Government Office on December 11.

PM hosts welcome party praising Vietnamese football’s success at SEA Games

A welcome party in Hanoi led by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc was put on for both the Vietnamese men’s and women’s football teams.

20-woman squad named ahead of SEA Games 30

Mai Duc Chung, the head coach of Vietnam’s women’s national football team, has revealed the official list of 20 female players who will make up the squad for the upcoming SEA Games 30 in the Philippines.

Vietnam qualify for third round of AFC Women’s Olympic qualifiers

Vietnam qualified for the third round of the 2020 AFC Women’s Olympic Qualifying Tournament in style, as Mai Duc Chung’s side hardly broke a sweat to beat Jordan 2-0 on April 9 to conclude the second round as the Group B winners.

 

Mai Duc Chung back to coach VN women's football team

 VietNamNet Bridge – Mai Duc Chung will return to manage the national women's football team after the Viet Nam Football Federation decided not to extend their contract with Japanese coach Norimatsu Takashi.

Mai Duc Chung lands Binh Duong FC

 VietNamNet Bridge – Mai Duc Chung was appointed technology director of the V.League 1's Becamex Binh Duong yesterday (May 20) to replace Le Thuy Hai until the end of this year.

Chung lays out plans to revive women's football

 VietNamNet Bridge – New coach Mai Duc Chung plans to rejuvenate the national women's football squad that will compete at the coming Asian Games (ASIAD) in South Korea this September.

Chung returns to women's team

 VietNamNet Bridge – Mai Duc Chung has returned as head coach of the national women's football team, which will take part in the coming Asian Games in South Korea in September.