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After a couple of years of inactivity due to Covid, Football Asia are happy to be back up and running. Our first event since before Covid and the travel restrictions was in December of 2022. The first year of our elite 11 aside tournament, the Siam Cup was a huge success as we bought some of the best youth teams from Singapore and Thailand together for a 3 day tournament. The ethos of the Siam Cup

The Metphone Cambodian League, which is the top league in Cambodia has just completed the first leg. Due to the Coronavirus there is less time to complete the league than previously planned. In the first leg all the teams in the league played each other once and this was meant to be the case in the second leg as well. However, due to time restrictions the 13 teams have now been split into two groups.

The Coronavirus has not been nearly as damaging in Southeast Asia as it has in other parts of the world. Vietnam and Cambodia have not had a single death reported so far. With that in mind you’d expect the effects on football to be less than the effect, leagues in other parts of the world have suffered. Most leagues in Europe have finished now or are nearly finished

Liverpool FC have a massive fan base in Southeast Asia and are the most popular team in Thailand. The fans have been starved of success for quite a long time until Jergen Klopp came along to help establish the club as premier league champions in 2020. During the 2013/14 season under Brendan Rodgers Liverpool were in 1st place with three games to go

BG Pathum United FC, formally known as Bangkok Glass FC have been spending big upon their return to T1. In 2018 Bangkok Glass FC were relegated from T1 to T2 to the shock of everyone in Thai football. Traditionally one of the biggest clubs in Thailand with a great stadium and financially backed by one of the richest families in Thailand. They always finished in the top half