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After the second qualifying round of the 2022 World Cup in Asia was postponed to June, the Vietnamese football team will not play against Malaysia in late March as the previous plan. 

Professional football leagues get go ahead for September restart

The nation’s professional football leagues look set to resume action by the end of September due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic being brought under control, according to the organisers of the competitions.
 

Top 10 goal scorers in V.League 1 history

Le Huynh Duc, Le Cong Vinh, and Nguyen Van Quyet are among the leading goal scorers in the history of the V.League 1, the top tier of Vietnamese football, according to the Vietnam Professional Football Joint Stock Company.

Football tournaments postponed until at least April 15

The Vietnam Professional Football Company (VPF) have announced that a number of football competitions are to be pushed back until April 15 for fear of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic.

Quang Hai named V.League 2019’s best player

Vietnam’s midfield Nguyen Quang Hai has been recognised for his quality over the past season by being named as the best player in the V.League during the 2019 season, as announced by the Vietnam Professional Football Company.

VPF ends contract with three V.League referees

 VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam Professional Football Joint Stock Company (VPF) has decided not to invite three referees to the ongoing national premiere league.

Vietnam, Japan boost football cooperation

 The newly-appointed Japanese Ambassador to Vietnam Kunio Umeda has pledged to spare no effort to contribute to the development of football of the two countries.

VN Professional Football Co., Dong Luc agree on two-year ball sponsorship deal

Local sportswear manufacturer Dong Luc Group and Vietnam Professional Football Company, the manager of V-League, signed an agreement on ball provision for the football tournaments in 2016-17.

Vietnam Football Federation has new general director

 VietNamNet Bridge – Cao Van Chong has been promoted as the general director of the Viet Nam Professional Football Company (VPF), which manages national V.League 1, V.League 2 and the National Cup tournaments.

Toyota sponsors V-League in 2015

 VietNamNet Bridge – The V-League organisers have found a sponsor just days ahead of the start of the tournament.

VPF announces V-League schedule

VietNamNet Bridge – The Viet Nam Professional Football Company (VPF) has announced its official schedule for the national premier V-League.

Vietnam Football Federation’s Japanese advisor died of cancer

Vietnamese football officials have been informed of the death of Japanese football expert Kazuyoshi Tanabe. Mr. Tanabe was a former advisor to the Vietnam Professional Football JSC, which runs the V-League and the First Division Tournament.

FCs lose billion dong due to VFF’s rules

 VietNamNet Bridge - Hanoi T & T and Ninh Binh football clubs may have to pay huge compensations for foreign footballers owing to the change of rules by football management agencies.

Japanese specialist may head up V-League

 VietNamNet Bridge – Tanaka Koji, a Japanese specialist, has met with leaders of the Vietnam Professional Football Joint Stock Company (VPF) before signing a contract soon.  

Chief organizer of V-League 2014 named

 VietNamNet Bridge - More than two months after V-League former chief organizer – Mr. Tran Duy Ly resigned, the leading national football league of Vietnam has had the new chief – Mr. Pham Ngoc Vien.

The output of U19 Vietnam is J-League?

Chairman Vo Quoc Thang of the Vietnam Professional Football JSC (VPF) said that next year, J-League will likely allow each club to register one Vietnamese player. This is the good news for many players of the Vietnam U19 football team.

Saigon Xuan Thanh withdraws from V-League

 VietNamNet Bridge – Saigon Xuan Thanh FC on August 21 sent a dispatch to the Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) and the Vietnam Professional Football JSC (VPF) on its withdrawal from the V-League.

V-League is “progressing” to amateur level

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Vietnam Football Federation JSC or VPF was set up to make football tournaments in Vietnam be more professional. But the reality is contrary to all expectations.

Japanese football expert not yet returned to Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge - After returning to his home to mourn for his father, Japanese football expert Kazuyoshi Tanabe has asked the Vietnam Professional Football JSC’s permission (VPF) to stay in Japan for medical treatment.

Four V-League referees suspected of taking bribes

An official of the Vietnam Professional Football JSC (VPF) said that four V-League referees are doubted of taking bribes from a club. The incident occurred in late April and is now being investigated.