England’s football team flew out to the World Cup on Tuesday, kitted out in a patriotic Marks & Spencer suit.... made in Cambodia.
As part of AIA’s commitment to ensuring people live 'healthier, longer, better lives', AIA Cambodia invited our Asia-based coaches Anton Blackwood and Shaun Harris to a sporting extravaganza, where they engaged with over 850 participants in a variety of technical football sessions.
Cambodia’s national under-21 team captain Souey Visal highlighted his desire to channel his passion for the sport on the pitch during the final of the Hassanal Bolkiah Trophy for Asean Youth Football Tournament 2018 recently
And so it ends. There was so much excitement in Cambodia, and a little in Malaysia too, when Chan Vathanaka signed for Pahang FA in December 2017.
Following Chan Vathanaka’s exit from Pahang FA, we list down three potential Southeast Asia clubs that will benefit from his attacking prowess.
Cambodia national under-21 team will make their first appearance in the Hassanal Bolkiah Trophy for ASEAN Youth Football Tournament final after two-goal hero Narong Kakada inspired them to a 2-1 victory over defending champions Myanmar in the semi-final at the Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium on Wednesday night.
For the first time in nearly a decade, Cambodia's National Football Team is well poised to bring home silverware from a major regional tournament, following a 2-1 win over a much favoured Myanmar side in the semifinals of the U22 Hassanal Bolkiah Trophy at the HB National Stadium in Brunei Darussalam on Wednesday night.
Cambodian playmaker Keo Sokpheng has left Malaysia Super League club PKNP FC with the May transfer window looming.
Cambodia have been drawn in Group A alongside Vietnam, Malaysia, Myanmar and Laos for this year’s 6th AFF Suzuki Cup involving 10 teams following the official draw held in Jakarta on Wednesday.
NagaWorld midfielder Sos Suhana landed the winning blow for Cambodia as the side put their narrow defeat to Laos behind them to down Singapore 1-0 and make the semifinals of the Hassanal Bolkiah U22 Youth Tournament in Brunei.
Grandmaster San Kim Sean closes his soft brown eyes and pauses. He takes a sharp breath and forces a smile before recalling how he survived the hell that Cambodia was plunged into during the Pol Pot-led Khmer Rouge regime from 1975 to 1979. During that time, almost a quarter of the country's population perished.
Following their heavy defeat against Singapore, Laos made a crucial comeback from behind with a 2-1 win over Cambodia in the 6th ASEAN youth football tournament on Saturday.
Cambodia’s hard earned promotion to Group III last year in Bahrain was lost at the My Dinh Sports Complex indoor arena in Hanoi on Saturday night after the Kingdom went down 0-3 to Saudi Arabia in the relegation playoff to drop down to the lowest tier of competition in the next Davis Cup Asia/Oceania zone cycle.
Cambodia’s tennis dynamic is set for a shift towards building a strong second line following a decision by non-playing captain Tep Rithivit and national head coach Braen Aneiros that it was time for the younger generation to take over the torch from seasoned campaigners like Bun Kenny, who has pivoted the Kingdom’s Davis Cup efforts over the past six year
Cambodia’s national head coach Braen Aneiros was happy to discover that the newly resurfaced indoor courts at the My Dinh Sports Complex in Hanoi seemingly suit his players as the Davis Cup squad completed its first training session ahead of Monday’s Asia/Oceania Group III series involving eight other countries.
The grand old man of Cambodian Tennis, Yi Sarun, who was one of only three survivors of the murder of more than 40 tennis players during the Khmer Rouge reign of terror, was felicitated by Tennis Cambodia on Thursday at the Olympic Stadium courts.
Cambodia secured a morale-boosting 1-0 win over Laos at the National Stadium in Vientiane in an international friendly on Wednesday.
The Kouprey Blue are due to face neighbours Laos in a friendly in Vientiane on March 21 before jetting off to Dushanbe to play Afghanistan in their Asian Cup qualifier.
When Afghanistan travelled to Phnom Penh in June 2017 for their 2019 Asian Cup qualifier, they didn’t know what awaited them. Cambodia may not be giants of Asian football or even Southeast Asian football but what the country lacks in past achievements, they make up for in passion and heart.
National head coach Prak Sovannara has called up eight new faces, including two goalkeepers, in his 23-member squad, while summoning four experienced stars currently involved in the Malaysian top flight this season for Cambodia’s international friendly against Laos on March 21.