Headlines International 'A' Match Thailand 1:0 Trinidad and Tobago ()
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Thailand VS Qatar 1-1 - Highlight & Goal - Asian Games 2018 (14/8/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Suphanburi FC. 1:2 Pattaya United (22/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Chonburi FC. 0:2 Buriram United (22/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Thai Navy FC. 2:2 Ratchaburi FC (22/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: PT Prachub FC. 1:1 AirForce Central FC (22/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Ubon UMT United 1:0 Sukhothai FC (21/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Bangkok Glass FC. 3:1 Muangthong United (21/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Thai Port FC. 1:0 Police Tero FC (21/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Chiangrai United 1:2 Bangkok United (21/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Nakornratchasrima FC. 1:0 Chainat FC. (21/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Airforce Central FC. 3:2 Thai Port FC (15/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Pattaya United 1:1 Bangkok glass FC (15/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Police Tero FC. 1:1 Suphanburi FC (15/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Muangthong United 0:0 Nakornratchasrima FC (15/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Bangkok United 0:0 PT Prachub FC (14/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Ratchaburi FC. 1:1 Chonburi FC (14/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Buriram united 2:1 Ubon UMT United (14/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Chainat FC. 0:1 Chiangrai United (14/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: SukhothaiFC. 2:2 Thai Navy FC (14/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Thai Port FC. 2:2 Sukhothai FC (07/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Chiangrai United 2:1 Suphanburi FC (07/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Chainat FC. 2:0 Airforce Central FC (07/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Chonburi FC. 3:1 Police Tero FC (07/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Thai Navy FC. 0:4 Buriram United (07/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Bangkok United 1:2 Pattaya United (07/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Ubon UMT United 0:0 Muangthong United (07/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Nakornratchasrima FC. 2:1 Ratchaburi FC (07/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: PT Prachup FC. 1:0 Bangkok Glass FC. (07/07/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Bangkok Glass FC. 7:4 Chonburi FC (1/7/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Ratchaburi FC 0:4 Chiangrai United (1/7/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Police Tero FC. 1:1 Chainat FC (1/7/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Muangthong United 1:2 PT Prachub FC (1/7/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Sukhothai FC. 1:1 Nakornratchasrima FC (30/6/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Buriram United 2:1 Bangkok United (30/6/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: AirForce Central FC. 2:3 Pattaya United (30/6/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Ubon UMT United 0:1 Thai Port FC (30/6/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Chiangrai United 0:3 Muangthong United (24/6/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Thai Navy FC. 4:1 Pattaya United (24/6/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Thai Port FC. 3:2 Bangkok Glass FC (24/6/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: PT Prachub FC. 1:2 Buriram United (24/6/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Chonburi FC. 2:0 Suphanburi FC (23/6/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: AirForce Central FC. 0-2 Ubon UMT United (23/6/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Bangkok United 1:1 Ratchaburi FC (23/6/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Chainat FC. 4:2 Sukhothai FC (23/6/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Muangthong United 3:1 Airforce Central FC (17/06/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Bangkok Glass FC. 0:1 Thai Navy FC (17/06/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Ubon UMT United 2:2 Nakornratchasrima FC (17/06/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Pattaya United 0:0 PT Prachub FC (17/06/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Buriram United. 0:1 Chainat FC (16/06/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Sukhothai FC. 1:2 Chonburi FC (16/06/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Police Tero FC. 1:1 Chiangrai United (16/06/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Ratchaburi FC. 1:4 Thai Port FC (16/06/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Suphanburi FC. 1:2 Bangkok United (16/06/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Thai Navy FC. 3:1 Chonburi FC (10/06/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: AirForce Central FC. 0:1 Ratchaburi FC (10/06/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Bangkok United 2:1 Police Tero FC (10/06/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Chainat FC. 1:2 Pattaya United (10/06/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: NakornRatchasrima FC. 2:2 Suphanburi FC (09/06/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: PT Prachub FC. 2:1 Ubon UMT United (09/06/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Bangkok Glass FC. 1:2 Buriram United (09/06/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Thai Port FC. 2:3 Muangthong United (09/06/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Chiangrai United 4:0 Sukhothai FC. (09/06/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Bangkok United 1:0 Chainat FC. (26/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Pattaya United 0:4 Muangthong United (26/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Chonburi FC. 0:1 Thai Port FC. (26/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Ubon UMT United 0:0 Bangkok Glass FC. (26/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Suphanburi FC. 0:0 PT Prachub FC. (26/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Police Tero FC. 6:3 Thai Navy FC. (26/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Sukhothai FC. 3:2 Ratchaburi FC. (26/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Buriram United. 5:0 Airforce Central FC. (26/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Chiangrai united 1:2 Nakornratchasrima FC. (26/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Muangthong United 4:3 Sukhothai FC (20/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Thai Port FC. 7:1 Thai Navy FC (20/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Ratchaburi FC. 3:2 Police Tero FC (19/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Air Force Central FC. 0:1 Bangkok United (19/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Nakornratchasrima FC. 0:1 Chonburi FC (19/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Ubon UMT United 0:3 Chiangrai United (18/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Sukhothai FC. 1:4 Bangkok United (13/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Bangkok Glass FC. 2:0 Air force Central FC. (13/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: PT Phachub FC. 2:1 Nakornratchasrima FC. (13/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Chonburi FC. 2:2 Ubon UMT United (12/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Ratchaburi FC. 2:1 Pattaya United (12/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Police Tero FC. 1:2 Buriram United (12/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Suphanburi FC. 1:2 Thai Port FC. (11/05/2018)
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AFC CHAMPIONS LEAGUE Round of 16 Buriram United 3:2 Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC (8/5/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: PT Prachub FC. 5:0 Thai Navy FC. (05/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Chiangrai United 1:1 Bangkok Glass FC. (05/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Pattaya United 3:0 Sukhothai FC. (05/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Air Force Central FC. 1:2 Police Tero FC. (05/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Buriram United 4:0 Muangthong United (04/05/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Bangkok Glass FC. 2:5 Chainat FC. (28/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Thai Port FC. 2:1 Chiangrai United (28/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Thai Navy FC. 1:3 Nakornratchasrima FC. (28/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Suphanburi FC. 3:0 Airforce Central FC. (28/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Nakornratchasrima FC. 2:0 Pattaya United (22/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Suphanburi FC. 2:2 Ratchaburi FC. (22/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Police Tero FC. 2:1 Sukhothai FC. (22/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Chiangrai United 1:0 Buriram United (22/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Thai Port FC. 1:0 PT Prachub FC (21/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Chonburi FC. 1:1 Muangthong United (21/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Ubon UMT United 1:1 Chainat FC (21/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Thai Navy FC 1:1 Air Force Central FC (21/04/2018)
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AFC Women's Asian Cup Semi Final: Thailand 2:2 Australia Plk: 1:3 (17/4/2018)
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Jeju United FC 0-1 Buriram United (AFC Champions League 2018: Group Stage) (17/4/2018)
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Kawin Hilights: OHLeuven 2:0 Waasland-Beveren (Belgium First Division League A Europa League Play-offs) (14/4/2018)
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Thailand women national team qualify fot FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019 (13/04/2018)
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AFC Women's Asian Cup: Thailand 3:1 Philippines (13/04/2018)
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J1 Chanatip Hilights: Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo 1:0 Shonan Bellmare (11/4/2018)
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Teerasil Hilights: Sanfrecce Hiroshima 3:1 Yokohama F. Marinos (11/4/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Muangthong United 2:2 Suphanburi FC. (11/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Pattaya United 1:0 Chonburi FC (11/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Police Tero FC 3:2 Ubon UMT United (11/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Sukhothai FC. 1:1 Bangkok Glass FC. (11/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Chainat FC. 1:0 Thai Navy FC. (11/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Ratchaburi FC. 2:1 PT Prachub FC. (11/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Buriram United 3:1 Thai Port FC. (11/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Bangkok United 2:0 NakornRatchasrima FC. (11/04/2018)
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Thailand 6-1 Jordan (AFC Womens Asian Cup 2018: Group Stage) (9/4/2018)
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J.League 1 Theerathon Hilight: Gamba Osaka 0:1 Vissel Kobe (8/4/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Chonburi FC. 2:0 Chainat FC. (08/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Muangthong United 4:0 Navy FC. (08/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: PT Prachub FC. 1:0 Sukhothai FC. (08/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: NakornRatchasima FC. 0:1 Airforce Central FC. (08/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Ubon UMT United. 1:2 Ratburi Mitphol FC (07/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Thai Port FC 0:3 Bangkok United (07/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Suphanburi FC. 1:1 Buriram United (07/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Chiangrai United. 1:0 Pattaya United (07/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Bangkok Glass FC. 4:1 Police Tero FC (07/04/2018)
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AFC Championsleague: Buriram United 1:1 Guangzhou Evergrande (CHN) (03/04/2018)
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【MV】CS18 チャナティップҸԻ çԹ『cha cha SING』 (03/04/2018)
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Ratchaburi FC 4-0 Thai Navy FC (01/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Police Tero FC 4-2 Thai Port FC (01/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Muangthong United 2:2 Bangkok Glass FC (01/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Bangkok United 0:1 Chiangrai United (01/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Sukhothai FC. 1:0 Ubon UMT United (01/04/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Chainat FC. 1:2 Nakhon Ratchasima FC (31/3/2018)
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Chanatip Hilights: KASHIMA ANTLERS 0:0 HOKKAIDO CONSADOLE SAPPORO (31/03/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Pattaya united 1:1 Suphanburi FC (31/3/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Air Force Central FC 1:3 PT Prachuap FC (31/3/2018)
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Thaileague Hilight: Burriram United 2:1 Chonburi FC (31/3/2018)
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FULL MATCH: THAILAND 2:3 SLOVAKIA (25/3/2018)
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FULL MATCH: THAILAND 0:0 GABON (22/03/2018)
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AFC U-16 WOMEN CHAMPIONSHIP 2017: THAILAND 0:3 KOREA REP. (13/09/2017)

THAILAND 0:3 KOREA REP.  More...

THAILAND FIVE 2017 THAILAND 1:2 KAZAKSTAN (10/09/2017)

THAILAND 1:2 KAZAKSTAN  More...

AFF U-18 CHAMPIONSHIP 2017 THAILAND 3:0 TIMOR LESTE (4/09/2017)

THAILAND 3:0 TIMOR LESTE  More...

SEAGAMES 2017 FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT FINAL MALAYSIA 0:1 THAILAND (29/08/2017)

MALAYSIA 0:1 THAILAND  More...

SEAGAMES 2017 FUTSAL TOURNAMENT THAILAND VS MALAYSIA (27/08/2017)

MALAYSIA 3:4 THAILAND  More...

Friendly Match: CHINA U23 2:0 THAILAND U23 (13/12/2016)
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FIFA FUTSAL WORLD CUP 2016: THAILAND 8:13 AZERBAIJAN (23/09/2016)
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FIFA FUTSAL WORLD CUP 2016: THAILAND 2:1 EGYPT (17/9/2016)
FIFA FUTSAL WORLD CUP 2016: THAILAND 2:1 EGYPT
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FIFA FUTSAL WORLD CUP 2016: THAILAND 8:5 CUBA (14/9/59)
FIFA FUTSAL WORLD CUP 2016: THAILAND 8:5 CUBA
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FIFA FUTSAL WORLD CUP 2016: THAILAND 4:6 RUSSIA (11/9/59)
FIFA FUTSAL WORLD CUP 2016: THAILAND 4:6 RUSSIA
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FULL HILIGHT: SAUDI ARABIA 1:0 THAILAND (02/09/2016)
FULL HILIGHT: SAUDI ARABIA 1:0 THAILAND
2018 FIFA WORLDCUP ASIAN QUALIFIERS FINAL ROUND

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AFC U23 CHAMPIONSHIP 2016: THAILAND 1:1: SAUDI ARABIA (14/1/2016)
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FIFA WORLD CUP ASIAN QUAL. VIETNAM 0:3 THAILAND (13/10/2015)
VIETNAM 0:3 THAILAND

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HIGHLIGHT WORLDCUP AFC. QUAL. CHINESE TAIPEI 0:2 THAILAND (17/6/2015)
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HIGHLIGHT 28th SEA GAMES FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT FINAL :THAILAND 3:0 MYANMAR (15/6/2015)
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SEA GAMES 2015 SEMI FINALS: THAILAND 5:0 INDONESIA (13/6/2015)
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THAILAND 3:2 COTE D'IVOIRE (12/6/2015)
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FIFA WOMEN'S WORLDCUP 2015 : THAILAND 3:2 COTE D'IVOIRE (12/6/2015)
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SEA GAMES 2015 : THAILAND 3:1 VIETNAM (10/6/2015)
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FIFA WOMEN'S WORLDCUP 2015: THAILAND 0:4 NORWAY (6/8/2015)
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Highlight SEAGAMES 2015: THAILAND 5:0 BRUNEI (6/6/2015)
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FRIENDLY MATCH: THAILAND 1:1 BAHRAIN (05/06/2015)
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HIGHLIGHT: 28th SEA GAMES : THAILAND 1:0 MALAYSIA (4/6/2015)
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HIGHLIGHT: 28th SEA GAMES : THAILAND 1:0 TIMOR LESTE (01/06/2015)
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HIGHLIGHT: 28th SEA GAMES : THAILAND 6:0 LAOS (29/5/2015)
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HIGHLIGHT: THAILAND 1:0 VIETNAM (24/6/2015)
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FRIENDLY MATCH: THAILAND 0:1 DPR. KOREA (20/5/2015)
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HIGHLIGHT: YHAILAND U23 4:0 MYANMAR U23 FRIENDLY MATCH (19/5/2015)
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Highlight warm up match: Thailand 4:3 Thailand U23 (14/5/2015)
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AFC U23 CHAMPIONSHIP : Thailand 0:0 DPR. Korea (31/3/2015)
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FRIENDLY MATCH: THAILAND 2:3 CAMEROON (30/3/2015)
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AFC U23 CHAMPIONSHIP : Thailand 5:1 Philippines (29/3/2015)
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AFC U23 CHAMPIONSHIP : Thailand 2:1 Cambodia (27/3/2015)
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FRIENDLY MATCH : THAILAND 2:0 SINGAPORE HILIGHT (27/3/2015)
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AFC CHAMPIONS LEAGUE 2015 Chonburi (Thailand) 4 - 1 Kitchee (Hong kong) (11/2/2015)
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AFC CHAMPIONS LEAGUE 2015 Bangkok Glass (Thailand) 3 - 0 Johor (Malasia) (11/2/2015)
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King Cup 2015: Thailand 0:0 Korea Rep. (9/2/2015)
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International Friendly Match (Women): Netherlands 7:0 Thailand (9/2/2015)
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KING CUP 2014 HILIGHT: THAILAND 2:5 UZBEKISTAN (4/2/2015)
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GOLD CUP HILIGHT: THAILAND U22 3:0 BAHRAIN U22 (3/2/2015)
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KING CUP 2014 HILIGHT: THAILAND 3:1 HONDURAS (1/2/2015)
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LONG LIVE THE KING (21/12/2014)




AFF SUZUKI CUP 2014 FINAL 2nd Leg: MALAYSIA 3:2 THAILAND HILIGHT (20/12/2014)




MALAYSIA 3:2 THAILAND (10/12/2014)




AFF SUZUKI CUP 2014 FINAL 1st Leg: THAILAND 2:0 MALAYSIA FULL HILIGHT (17/12/2014)




THAILAND VS MALAYSIA (17/12/2014)




THAILAND VS MALAYSIA 2nd GOAL (17/12/2014)




THAILAND VS MALAYSIA (17/12/2014)




AFF SUZUKI CUP 2014 SEMI FINALS: THAILAND 3:0 PHILIPPINES (10/12/2014)




AFF SUZUKI CUP 2014 SEMI FINALS: PHILIPPINES 0:0 THAILAND (06/12/2014)




AFF SUZUKI CUP 2014: THAILAND 2:0 MYANMAR (29/11/2014)


AFF SUZUKI CUP 2015: THAILAND 3:2 MALAYSIA (26/11/2014)


AFF SUZUKI CUP 2014: THAILAND 2:1 SINGAPORE (23/11/2014)




FULL MATCH : THAILAND 2:0 NEW ZEALAND (18/11/2014)
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THAILAND 2:0 NEW ZEALAND (18/11/2014)




FULL MATCH : THAILAND 3:0 PHILIPPINES (09/11/2014)
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THAILAND 3:0 PHILIPPINES (09/11/2014)


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AFC U19 CHAMPIONSHIP: THAILAND 1:2 UZBEKISTAN (17/10/2014)




AFC U19 CHAMPIONSHIP: THAILAND 3:2 YEMEN (13/10/2014)


AFC U19 CHAMPIONSHIP: 2nd Half: THAILAND 3:2 YEMEN (13/10/2014)


AFC U19 CHAMPIONSHIP: 1st Half: THAILAND 1:1 YEMEN (13/10/2014)


AFC U19 CHAMPIONSHIP: MYANMAR 3:0 THAILAND (12/10/2014)


AFC U19 CHAMPIONSHIP: THAILAND 2:1 IRAN (09/10/2014)


ASIANGAMES FOOTBALL 3rd Place Play off: THAILAND 0:1 IRAQ (02/10/2014)


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Thailand Football Asian Games 2014 You can do it! (1/10/2014)
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FULL HILIGHT: THAILAND 0:2 KOREA REP. (1/10/2014)




Referee: Mohamed Al Zarouni (United Arab Emirates) (30/09/2014)


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First Half Hilight : THAILAND VS KOREA REP. (30/09/2014)




15 GOALS HILIGHT THAILAND in ASIAN GAMES (29/9/2014)
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ASIAN GAMES FULL HILIGHT: THAILAND 2:0 JORDAN (28/09/2014)


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ASIANGAMES FOOTBALL MEN QUARTER FINALS: THAILAND 2:0 JORDAN (28/09/2014)


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ASEAN FUTSAL CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL: THAILAND 6:0 AUSTRALIA (28/09/2014)
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ASIAN GAMES: ROUND OF 16 MEN: THAILAND 2:0 CHINA (25/9/2014)


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ASIAN GAMES: THAILAND 6:0 INDONESIA (22/9/2014)


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ASIAN GAMES: WOMEN THAILAND 10:0 INDIA (21/9/2014)


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ASIANGAMES: THAILAND 2:0 MALDIVES (15/9/2014)




SEAGAMES FUTSAL MEN FINAL: THAILAND 8:1 VIETNAM (20/12/2013)


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SEAGAMES FUTSAL WOMEN FINAL: THAILAND 5:0 VIETNAM (20/12/2013)
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SEAGAMES FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT (WOMEN) FINAL: THAILAND 2:1 VIETNAM (20/12/2013)


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MYANMAR 1:1 THAILAND HILIGHT (14/12/2013)


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THAILAND 4:1 INDONESIA SEAGAMES FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT HILIGHT (12/12/2013)
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THAILAND 12:3 LAOS SEAGAMES FUTSAL (09/12/2013)
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THAILAND 3:1 TIMOR LESTE SEAGAMES 2013 HILIGHT (07/12/2013)


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AFC Futsal Team of the Year: Chonburi Bluewave (26/11/13)
Kuala Lumpur: Chonburi Bluewave have won the AFC Futsal Team of the Year award in recognition of their victory in the 2013 AFC Futsal Club Championship.  More...

AFC Futsal Player of the Year: Suphawut Thueanklang (26/11/2013)
Kuala Lumpur: An MVP-winning display at the 2013 AFC Futsal Club Championship for title winners Chonburi Bluewave and a standout out display in the 2014 AFC Futsal Championship qualifiers has earned Suphawut Thueanklang the AFC Futsal Player of the Year award.  More...

IRAN 2:1 THAILAND AFC ASIAN CUP QUAL. (16/10/2013)
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THAILAND 1:0 BAHRAIN International Friendly (10/10/2013)
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THAILAND U19 7:0 BRUNEI Hilight (11/10/2013)
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Thailand primed for Finland , Both teams upbeat ahead of King's Cup (Bangkok Post) (23 Jan 2013 )
The coaches of Thailand and Finland were in equally confident moods yesterday ahead of today's clash between the two countries at the King's Cup in Chiang Mai.  More...

Thailand fall short against Singapore (Bangkok Post) (23/12/2012)
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Thailand cruise past 10-man Malaysia (Bangkok Post) (14/12/2012)
Thailand moved a step closer to ending a 10-year Asean title drought when they reached the AFF Suzuki Cup final by beating Malaysia 2-0 for a 3-1 aggregate win last night.

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Second-string Thais too slick for Vietnam (Bangkok POst) (1/12/2012 at 12:00 AM )
Thailand completed their group stage fixtures with a perfect record after beating Vietnam 3-1 at the AFF Suzuki Cup at Rajamangala National Stadium last night.  More...

Teerasil treble lifts Thailand (Bangkok Post) (28/11/2012 )
A hat-trick from Teerasil Dangda inspired Thailand to a 4-0 win over Myanmar and a semi-final place in the AFF Suzuki Cup at Rajamangala National Stadium last night.

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HERMANS: WE ARE NOT READY FOR FIFA FUTSAL WORLD CUP (29/04/2012)
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Football the hostage as top two fight it out (29/04/2012)
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Barcelona and Real Madrid eye trips to Thailand next year (28/04/2012)
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Guest Article. Bryan Robson: Thailand was a fantastic experience (14/04/2011)
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'I am serving His Majesty': Schaefer decides to stay (10/03/2012)
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Schaefer could be on his way out (02/03/2012)
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Oman beat Thailand to qualify (01/03/2012)
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Thailand confident they can win (25/02/2012)
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SCG BUY INTO MUANG THONG UNITED (18/02/2012)
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Pohang Steelers 2-0 Chonburi (18/02/2012)
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Buriram grab the treble after Cup win (04/02/2012)
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Buriram searching for treble glory (04/02/2012)
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Shock as Prapol dies after heart attack (04/02/2012)
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Ridiculous FAT not doing any favour to game (29/01/2012)
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Siam Navy sink to Division One after loss (28/01/2012)
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THAIS TO TAKE ON MYANMAR IN NAYPYITAW (26/01/2012)
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TPL 2012 TO START ON 17 MARCH; MERGER OF TWO BURIRAMS (25/01/2012)
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Thailand face many challenges as futsal host (22/01/2012)
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The 41st King's Cup : Thailand 1-3 Korea Republic U23 (15/01/2012)
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BURIRAM TAKE ON MUANG THONG IN THAI FA CUP FINAL (08/01/2012)
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Thunder Castle beat Army 3-1 to claim maiden title with four games to go (18/12/2011)
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Rawi blasts 'disgraceful' Muang Thong (13/12/2011)
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Buriram storm ahead (10/12/2011)
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Thailand FA must make use of the big chance (04/12/2011)
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Thailand 0-1 Australia (15/11/2011)
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Woeful nine-man Thailand crash out in first round yet again (13/11/2011)
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Thailand team return to winning ways (11/11/2011)
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Saudi Arabia 3-0 Thailand (11/11/2011)
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Late Malaysia winner stuns Thailand (09/11/2011)
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WORAWI DENIES ANY WRONGDOINGS (06/11/2011)
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Striker Sarayuth left out of World Cup qualifiers (04/11/2011)
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Worawi Makudi faces prospect of Fifa ethics committee inquiry (03/11/2011)
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Two out of two for Thais (02/11/2011)
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Thai coach impressed by SEA Games squad's fitness (01/11/2011)
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World Cup qualifier may move to Chiang Mai (29/10/2011)
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German All-Stars to visit Bangkok (27/10/2011)
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Teerasil pulls out of squad (26/10/2011)
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THAIS SURVIVE LATE MYANMAR CHARGE TO BE CROWNED CHAMPIONS (25/10/2011)
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Buriram crush TOT SC, Port sink Navy (24/10/2011)
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Thais hold Saudis to scoreless draw (11/10/2011)
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Thailand eyeing Saudi Arabia scalp (11/10/2011)
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Schaefer upbeat ahead of World Cup qualifier (08/10/2010)
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Warm-up ends in stalemate (06/10/2011)
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Second division player Sarawut gets surprise call-up (03/10/2011)
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CALISTO IS A NO-GO (29/09/2011)
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Muang Thong United 0-0 Kuwait SC (0-1 agg) (27/09/2011)
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Nasaf 0-1 Chonburi (1-1 aet, 4-3 pens) (27/09/2011)
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AFF UNDER-19: THAILAND ARE CHAMPS AFTER EDGING VIETNAM IN SHOOTOUT (22/09/2011)
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V-League needs to learn from Thai-League, says Calisto (12/09/2011)
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Thailand put three past Oman (06/09/2011)
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Australia 2-1 Thailand (02/09/2011)
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Thailand beaten by Japan (02/09/2011)
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2014 WORLD CUP QUALIFIERS: THAILAND NAME SQUAD TO FACE AUSTRALIA IN THIRD ROUND OPENER (27/08/2011)
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SEA GAMES 2011: THAILAND TO START TRAINING IN TWO DAYS (19/08/2011)
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Schaefer wants Singapore for World Cup warm-up (05/08/2011)
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Schaefer confident of World Cup task (02/08/2011)
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Thailand to face Australian challenge (01/08/2011)
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Palestine 2-2 Thailand (2-3 agg) (28/07/2011)
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Chelsea cruise to 4-0 win over All-Stars (24/07/2011)
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Misfiring Thailand scrape to 1-0 victory (23/07/2011)
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AFF U16: EARLY SUCHANON GOAL GIVES THAILAND CROWN (20/07/2011)
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Thailand scrape past Burma (14/07/2011)
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Thais race to replace backroom staff (13/07/2011)
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FOWLER SIGNS FOR MUANG THONG FOR USD660,000 A YEAR (11/07/2011)
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Worawi sues paper for defamation (07/07/2011)
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Virach, Adisak removed from FAT executive board (06/07/2011)
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Thailand face Palestine (05/07/2011)
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Thailand to train in Chiang Mai or Phuket (03/07/2011)
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Buriram opens academy (27/06/2011)
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German Schaefer agrees 3-year contract (24/06/2011)
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Schaefer to take over the reigns in Thailand (21/06/2011)
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NO DECISION YET ON NEW THAI COACH: DATUK WORAWI (18/06/2011)
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Worawi re-elected football chief (17/06/2011)
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Glass Rabbits dent Sharks' title hopes (14/05/2011)
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Thailand eye Withe as coach (11/05/2011)
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Robson steps down as Thailand boss but resignation is not health related (08/06/2011)
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Si Sa Ket hand Buriram first loss (05/06/2011)
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Vindicated by Fifa, Worawi to sue over 'ruined reputation' (31/05/2011)
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Chonburi held to 1-1 draw by Pattaya Utd in derby match (30/05/2011)
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FORMER TV ANCHOR KASITI TO RUN FOR THAI FA PRESIDENCY (28/05/2011)
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Withaya sinks teeth into Sharks (25/05/2011)
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First-goal crucial concedes Calisto (24/05/2011)
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Buriram extend lead with 4-0 win (23/05/2011)
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Worawi sets June 17 as election date (21/05/2011)
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Soccer team looks to SEA Games after Olympic disqualification (19/05/2011)
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Fans demand urgent FAT election (18/05/2011)
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Leaders scrape last-gasp win (16/05/2011)
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Worawi to sue former English FA boss (15/05/2011)
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More woes for Worawi as SAT steps in (14/05/2011)
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Muang Thong United 4-0 Tampines Rovers (11/05/2011)
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South China 0-3 Chonburi (11/05/2011)
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SAT threatens action over 'unlawful' FAT vote postponement (10/05/2011)
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Leaders Buriram PEA held by Phichit (09/05/2011)
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Worawi buying time in battle to keep top job (08/05/2011)
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Drama as FAT election is called off (07/05/2011)
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FIFA OVERRULE FA THAILAND APPEAL (05/05/2011)
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Half-time grilling fired up Chonburi (04/05/2011)
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Professional performance pleases Calisto (04/05/2011)
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Thailand facing Olympic ban (03/05/2011)
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Buriram PEA back on top (02/05/2011)
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Sharks subdue Fire Dragons to go top (01/05/2011)
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Pichate set for Thailand soccer election (01/05/2011)
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Chelsea full squad for Thai friendly match (29/04/2011)
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Chonburi rout Persipura Jayapura 4-1 (27/04/2011)
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Buriram PEA back on top (25/04/2011)
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Robson: Things are looking good (24/04/2011)
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Thunder could run away with TPL title (24/04/2011)
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WORAWI CONFIDENT OF RETAINING THAI FA PRESIDENCY (22/04/2011)
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THAILAND GEAR UP FOR 2012 FIFA FUTSAL WORLD CUP (204/04/2011)
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Sharks show their teeth against Si Sa Ket (18/04/2011)
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Persipura Jayapura 3-0 Chonburi (13/04/2011)
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Early misses almost cost us concedes Callisto (12/04/2011)
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FIFA INSPECTS VENUES FOR FUTSAL WORLD CUP 2012 (09/04/2011)
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Buriram continue early season charge (07/04/2011)
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SMT winds up visit to Thailand (04/04/2011)
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Muang Thong, Buriram PEA share spoils (03/04/2011)
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Thailand to face Bahrain in Olympic qualifying (31/03/2011)
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Strong Sharks show their teeth (28/03/2011)
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Influx of foreign players (27/03/2011)
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Buriram PEA top, Muang Thong crash (21/03/2011)
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Chonburi 3-0 South China (17/03/2011)
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Tampines Rovers 1-1 Muang Thong United (17/03/2011)
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Robson undergoes cancer surgery (16/03/2011)
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Muang Thong sink Thai Port (14/03/2011)
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Palestine 1-0 Thailand (1-1 aet, 5-6 pens) (10/03/2011)
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FWCQ 2014 rankings announced (08/03/2011)
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Calisto confirmed as Muang Thong coach (08/03/2011)
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BRAZIL TO PLAY THAILAND IN OCTOBER : WORAWI (06/03/2011)
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Thai manager confirms to hire Calisto at high pay (03/03/2011)
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Lively Muang Thong breeze past Hanoi 4-0 (02/03/2011)
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Leaders Chonburi FC fight back to rescue a point in Saraburi (27/02/2011)
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Muang Thong kick out Carvalho (26/02/2011)
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Thailand scrape narrow win (24/02/2011)
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Thailand kick off Olympic qualifiers without No 1 keeper (23/02/2011)
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Chonburi defeat Port Sharks look impressive in their first league game of the new season (20/02/2011)
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MALAYSIA AND THAILAND AS HOSTS OF AFF SUZUKI CUP 2012; NOMINATIONS FOR AFF COUNCIL ANNOUNCED (19/02/2010)
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Olympic team held in warm-up (17/02/2011)
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Thai Port FC take Toyota Premier Cup (14/02/2011)
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Buriram off to winning start at BEC (13/02/2011)
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Sriwijaya 2-2 Muang Thong United. aet (5-4 pens) (12/02/2010)
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Trio tipped to vie for title (12/02/2011)
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TPL ready to kickoff (11/02/2011)
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Thai premier league now attracting fans across the region (09/02/2011)
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Chonburi conference to set new trend (07/02/2011)
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BOREY SIGNS FOR TPL SIDE SISAKET FC (04/02/2011)
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Chonburi Sharks take the King's Trophy (31/01/2011)
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Piyapong could become Robson's assistant (28/01/2011)
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FAT rules onclub dispute (27/01/2011)
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Security beefed up as FA braces for King's Cup trouble (26/01/2011)
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Worawi wants changes to TPL schedule (22/01/2011)
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TPL teams ponder mystery of the missing balls (20/01/2011)
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FAT to launch probe following graft allegation (19/01/2011)
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Worawi : Joint ASEAN World Cup unlikely (18/01/2011)
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2011 Thai Premier League season kicks off on Feb 12 (15/01/2011)
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Muang Thong sign ex-Fulham defender Kallio (14/01/2011)
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England friendly falls foul of murky FIFA politics (11/01/2011)
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Worawi vows to keep working hard (10/01/2011)
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WORAWI WINS FIFA EXCO ; TENGKU ABDULLAH RETAINS AFC VP SEAT (07/01/2011)
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Worawi set to retain FIFA role (05/01/2011)
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Problems at home and failure abroad (1/1/2011)
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Nakhon Pathom suffer two-year ban (30/12/2010)
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Nakhon Pathom face ban for referee attack (29/12/2010)
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Worawi Announces FA Election for March (28/12/2010)
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Violence leaves football referee injured (27/12/2010)
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Defiant Robson refuses to quit as Thai boss (26/12/2010)
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Committee in charge of national teams (25/12/2010)
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New soccer body to oversee Thai team (21/12/2010)
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Pressure on Worawi (20/12/2010)
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Newin denies bid for FA control (17/12/2010)
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Thailand through to Finals (14/12/2010)
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Thai manager Anucha offers to quit (13/12/2010)
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Fans demand scalp of football boss Worawi (12/12/2010)
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Fall from Grace (11/12/2010)
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Worawi vows to stay on as FAT chief (10/12/2010)
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Football fans pour frustrations online (09/12/2010)
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Thais paid penalty for nervous finish: Robson (08/12/2010)
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Indonesia 2 Thailand 1 - Bambang double ends Thai hopes (07/12/2010)
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Thais looking to dominate Indonesians again (06/12/2010)
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No drop in Thai standards: Sutee (6/12/2010)
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AFF Cup 2010: Robson rues missed opportunities (5/12/2010)
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AFF Cup 2010: Thailand 0 Malaysia 0 (5/12/2010)
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AFF Cup 2010: Robson blames fatigue for shock result (1/12/2010)
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AFF Cup 2010: Thailand 2 Laos 2 (1/12/2010)
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India 1-2 Thailand in second football friendly match (9/09/2010)
Thais Produce Classy Display To Edge Past India At The Ambedkar  More...

India go down to Thailand 1-0 (5/09/2010)
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Sarayoot seals Thailand friendly win (12/08/2010)
First-half strike sinks visiting Singapore  More...

Thai League XI 0-3 Atletico Madrid (2/08/2010)
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Atletico Madrid to play TPL all-star in friendly (27/07/2010)
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Laeng leaves Europe for TPL (21/07/2010)
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AFC Futsal Championship: Thailand 2-9 China (27/05/2010)
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AFC Futsal Championship: Mistakes will undo Thais warns Mandez (26/05/2010)
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AFC Cup: Thai pair ready to overcome odds (26/05/2010)
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AFC Cup quarter-finals draw (25/05/2010)
Al Karamah (Syria) VS Muang Thong United (Thailand) while Thai Port (Thailand) VS Al Qadsia (Kuwait)  More...

AFC Futsal Championship: Thailand 5 - 2 Vietnam (25/05/2010)
Thailand defeating Vietnam as a group C Winners...  More...

AFC Futsal Championship: Thailand 10 - 3 South Korea (24/05/2010)
Thais through to last eight ...  More...

Woman's ASIAN CUP: Myanmar 0-2 Thailand (24/05/2010)
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AFC Futsal Championship: Thailand 4 - 2 Kyrgyzstan (23/05/2010)
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Woman's ASIAN CUP: Thailand 0-4 Japan (23/05/2010)
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Woman's ASIAN CUP: DPR Korea 3-0 Thailand (Thursday, 20 May 2010)
Chengdu: Defending champions DPR Korea underlined their AFC Womens Asian Cup 2010 title credentials with a comfortable 3-0 win over Thailand at a misty Chengdu Sports Centre on Thursday.   More...

South Africa 4-0 Thailand: Bafana Thrash Asian Minnows (18/05/2010)
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Bafana Fixture Against Thailand Sold Out (15/05/2010)
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South Africa to open stadium with Thailand friendly (15/5/2010)
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England confirm Thai friendly (15/05/2010)
England have confirmed they will play Thailand in June next year.  More...

Robson Looking At New Players For Thailand And Arranging India Test (21/04/2010)
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Iran put Thais out of Asian Cup (4 March 2010)
Teheran - Iran scored in the 89th minute on Wednesday night to defeat Thailand 1-0 and officially deny Bryan Robson's team a place at next year's Asian Cup finals.   More...

Well get no favours from Iran, reiterates Robson (2 March 2010)
TEHRAN Thailand coach Bryan Robson expects Iran to come out fighting in Wednesday's AFC Asian Cup Qatar 2011 Group E showdown at Azadi Stadium even though Afshin Ghtobi's side have already secured qualification for next year's finals in Qatar.   More...

Thailand Want To Qualify For The Asian Cup - Bryan Robson (13 February 2010)
The English gaffer has revealed Thailand's ambition to make it to the Asian Cup...  More...

Attaphol appointed assistant coach (5 February 2010)
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Champions Denmark retain King's Cup (24 January 2010)
Thailand beaten in final game; Poland thrash Singapore 6-1 to finish second  More...

Poland prove too strong (21 January 2010)
Visitors beat Thailand 3-1, Denmark hit five  More...

KINGS CUP GATE RECEIPTS TO GO TO HAITI (20 January 2010)
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Thailand battle to victory in King's Cup (18 January 2010)
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KIRATI WINNER OVER ULSAN HYUNDAI (14 Jan 2010)
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THA 0-0 JOR Time running out for Thais (7 January 2010)
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Bryan Robson - One Goal Will Do Against Jordan (5 January 2010)
The former English captain just wants a win...  More...

Thailand drub Zimbabwe but Robson unimpressed (30 December 2009)
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WE HAVE TO BEAT JORDAN: ROBSON (23 December 2009)
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WOMENS FOOTBALL: THAILAND LOSE PENALTY SHOOTOUT TO TAKE SILVER (17 December 2009)
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THAI FA TEMPORARILY SUSPEND DARBY (15 December 2009)
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MALAYSIA DENY CHAMP THAILAND SEMI-FINALS SPOT (12 December 2009)
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A STROLL FOR THAILAND: Thailand 9-0 Timor Leste: (8 December 2009)
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Sompong on song as Thais cruise past Cambodia (5 December 2009)
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Dubious penalty denies Thailand win (3 December 2009)
Games debutant Kirati on target for holders  More...

Steve Darby Names Strong Thailand Squad For SEA Games (27 September 2009)
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Singapore's Duric dents Thai hopes (19 November 2009)
Visitors seal crucial victory in Group E  More...

Robson keeps result in perspective (15 November 2009)
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SIN 1-3 THA - Ex-S.League stars shine for Thais (15 November 2009)
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Robson ready to tame Lions (14 November 2009)
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WE ARE CAPABLE OF AN IMPRESSIVE RESULT: ROBSON (13 November 2009)
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Thailand draw with Syria in the rain (9 November 2009)
Thailand drew 1-1 with Syria in atrocious conditions at the Thunderdome stadium, Muang Thong Thani yesterday in a warm-up match for the Asian Cup.  More...

Thailand edge Vietnam to top Group E (9 November 2009)
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PIPAT DELIVERS THAI FA CUP TO THAI PORT (26 October 2009)
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THAIS TO TAKE ON AUSSIES IN AFF U16 WOMENS FINAL (17 October 2009)
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Bryan Robson Ready To Give 100% As Thailand Boss (17 October 2009)
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Muang Thong United seal TPL title (12 October 2009)
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Thailand U-16 begin with a bang (10 October 2009)
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TWO HORSE RACE AT TOP OF TPL WITH FOUR GAMES LEFT (2 October 2009)
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Robson ready to take Thailand top job (22 September 2009)
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Robson provisionally agrees to coach Thailand - Thai FA (18 September 2009)
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Thailand target Bryan Robson as national coach (10 September 2009)
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Reid is no longer Thai head coach (10 September 2009)
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Reid's departure regarded by fans, critics as best outcome (10 September 2009)
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Peter Reid To Stoke City Isn't A Done Deal - Thailand Assistant Steve Darby (25 August 2009)
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MANAGER FOCUS : SUTEE ALL OVER THE WORLD (15 August 2009)
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Singapore Coach Radojko Avramovic: China Play Like Thailand (15 August 2009)
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Ukrit the hero as Thais claim AFF title (14 August 2009)
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THAILAND-AUSTRALIA FINAL IN U19 MEET (11 August 2009)
Thailand will take on Australia in the final of the Asean Football Federation (AFF) Under-19 Championship on Wednesday at the Thong Nhat Stadium.  More...

Thailand take on Malaysia in U19 SEMIS (9 August 2009)
Thailand will take on Malaysia while hosts Vietnam will play Australia in the semi-finals of the AFF Under-19 Championship on Monday at the Thong Nhat Stadium.
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Thailand to host AFC U16 Group G qualifiers (6 August 2009)
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Carragher surprised by Reid exile (24 July 2009)
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Schools are the talent pool for Thai football (24 July 2009)
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Liverpool held to 1-1 draw by Thailand (23 July 2009)
A great second-half strike by Sutee Suksomkit earned Thailand a well-deserved 1-1 draw with Premier League giants Liverpool in a pre-season game here on Wednesday.  More...

Reds boss predicts tough test (22 July 2009)
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Thais in Avramovics eyes (21 July 2009)
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REIDY GREEDY FOR PREM RETURN (19 July 2009)
IT will be like old times for Peter Reid on Wednesday when the Everton legend takes on Liverpool.   More...

2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying format approved (19 July 2009)
KUALA LUMPUR: The AFC Competitions Committee has decided to use the present qualification format for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.   More...

Thailand cruise past Pakistan (19 July 2009)
The Thai national team beat Pakistan 4-0 in their final warm-up match yesterday before taking on Liverpool on Wednesday.   More...

Reid ready for Reds But doubts remain over which Liverpool stars will feature (18 July 2009)
Thailand coach Peter Reid is looking forward to the national side's friendly against Liverpool on Wednesday.   More...

Everton legend Peter Reid hoping to shock Liverpool FC (18 July 2009)
PETER REID relished the rough and tumble of a Merseyside derby.   More...

Pakistan, Thailand football clash today (18 July 2009)
LAHOREThe sixth Pakistan-Thailand clash in international soccer arena will be recorded when both the teams will face each other in the International friendly tomorrow, Saturday at Thunder Dome stadium Bangkok.The Saturdays tie will be third match for Pakistan in Thai Tour who lost two warm-up matches: 0-2 against Thailand U23 on Tuesday and 0-4 against Thailand U19 0-4 on Thursday.   More...

SEVENTH HEAVEN FOR THAIS (14 June 2009)
HO CHI MINH CITY (14 June 2009) Defending champions Thailand made it their seventh crown in a row in the AFF Futsal Championship when they beat hosts Vietnam 4-1 in the final that was played at the Phu Tho Stadium this evening.  More...

Surat heads to Australia (14/05/2009 )
A-League side Melbourne Victory have sent a letter of confirmation to his club Chonburi FC saying that they will sign Surat, Chonburi manager Annop Singtothong said yesterday.  More...

A night to remember for star Tawan (29/03/2009 )
Thailand beat New Zealand and emotional veteran hits back of net in front of appreciative crowd at Supachalasai stadium
Tawan Sripan scored one goal as Thailand came from behind to beat New Zealand 3-1 in his testimonial at Supachalasai stadium last night.  More...

Thailand face Saudi Arabia in friendly (4/02/2009 )
Thailand will play a warm-up match against Saudi Arabia in freezing conditions in Sendai, Japan tomorrow. When the Thai team arrived in Sendai yesterday, the city was hit by snow with the temperature being -3 degrees Celsius.   More...

Thailand hold Iran to Asian Cup draw (29/01/2009 )
Thailand held powerhouses Iran to a scoreless draw in an Asian Cup qualifier at Rajamangala National Stadium last night.  More...

Thailand eye all three points (14/01/2009 )
Thailand coach Peter Reid is looking for a winning start to their Asian Cup campaign today when the national side faces Jordan in Amman in their opening match of the qualifying round.The Group E encounter will kick off 10pm Thai time. The match will be shown live on TrueSport 1 (TrueVisions 59).  More...

New challenge begins now for Reid & Co (14/01/2009 )
Thailand coach Peter Reid and his men undertake their first assignment of the year today when they face Jordan in their opening match of the Asian Cup qualifying round.  More...

Reid expects right result (7/01/2009)
Coach Peter Reid is confident that Thailand will get off to a winning start in the Asian Cup qualifying round next week. The Thais are drawn in Group E along with Iran, Jordan and Singapore with the top two teams advancing to the 2011 finals.  More...

Thais to face Vietnam for Asean Cup (21/12/2008 )
Singapore - Vietnam advanced to the final of the AFF Suzuki Cup against Thailand after defeating Singapore 1-0 in the second leg semi-final at the National Stadium on Sunday.   More...

Thailand atfull strength in second leg (December 19, 2008)
Thailand will be at full strength when they meet Indonesia in the semi-final second leg of the AFF Suzuki Cup at Rajamangala stadium tomorrow.   More...

Thailand get crucial away win (December 17, 2008)
Thailand moved closer to reaching the AFF Suzuki Cup final after beating Indonesia 1-0 in the first leg of the semi-finals in Jakarta last night.  More...

Thais top group with perfect record (December 11, 2008)
PHUKET : Thailand thrashed arch-rivals Malaysia 3-0 in their last preliminary round match yesterday to reach the semi-finals of the AFF Suzuki Cup.   More...

Thailand thrash Laos in Phuket (December 09, 2008)
PHUKET : Thailand's makeshift side hammered Laos 6-0 at Surakul stadium last night to move closer to clinching a semi-final berth at the AFF Suzuki Cup.   More...

Worawi: Suzuki Cup win a must for Thailand (December 04, 2008)
Thailand must win the AFF Suzuki Cup to prove that they are still Southeast Asia's football powerhouses, the country's football chief said yesterday.   More...

Suzuki Cup tournament could be moved from Bangkok to Phuket due to political chaos (November 29, 2008)
The AFF Suzuki Cup is likely to be moved from Bangkok to Phuket due to the current political problems, Football Association of Thailand (FAT) president Worawi Makudi said yesterday.   More...

Thai fitness drive (November 22, 2008)
Thailand boss Peter Reid said he is whipping the national side into shape in Nakhon Ratchasima ahead of next month's AFF Suzuki Cup.   More...

Reid happy with players' fitness level (November 21, 2008)
Thailand coach Peter Reid is pleased with the fitness of his players but has threatened to axe anyone who is not fit enough.   More...

Thailand beaten 1-0 (November 10, 2008)
Peter Reid suffered his first defeat as Thailand's national coach on Saturday when Saudi Arabia beat the kingdom 1-0 in a friendly at the King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh.   More...

Reid happy with current Thailand squad (November 03, 2008)
Thailand coach Peter Reid will not call up any more players for Saturday's friendly against Saudi Arabia in Riyadh.   More...

Reid looking for a win today (November 01, 2008)
HANOI : Thailand's national coach Peter Reid said his team is going for an outright win against host Vietnam even though a draw would be enough to lift the T&T Cup at My Dinh stadium tonight.   More...

Thailand register victory under Reid (October 29, 2008)
HANOI : An injury-time goal helped Thailand beat North Korea 1-0 yesterday in Vietnam in their first international game under English coach Peter Reid.   More...

Thailand boss Reid ready to do it for real (October 25, 2008)
Thailand coach Peter Reid is pleased with his players' fitness but feels under pressure to do well in his first tournament. The team are preparing for the four-team T&T Cup in Hanoi where they will face Vietnam, North Korea and Uzbekistan.   More...

Reid recalls Anon after Sarayuth injury (October 24, 2008)
Thailand League top-scorer, Anon Sangsanoi, who was earlier this week dropped by national team coach Peter Reid, is back in the squad for the T&T Cup in Vietnam following an injury to key striker, Sarayuth Chaikamdee of Osotapa.   More...

Brave fight by Thai futsal stars (October 10, 2008)
Thailand salvaged some pride when they were edged 3-2 by heavy favourites Portugal in their last first-round game at the Fifa Futsal World Cup in Brasilia on Wednesday.   More...

Portugal and Thais tumble out (October 09, 2008)
Thailand, one of the pleasant surprises of the first round of the FIFA Futsal World Cup Brazil 2008, were eliminated on Wednesday after a dramatic 3-2 loss with Portugal, who also head for home. The lively Asians made heavy work of it for the Lusitanians, grabbing what looked like a late equaliser, only to see their hopes dashed in stoppage time.   More...

Reid says Thai players need fitness and stamina (October 09, 2008)
Thai players have technique but lack fitness, national coach Peter Reid said yesterday. The former England international signed a four-year contract to coach Thailand two months ago.   More...

Thailand set for action (October 06, 2008)
Thailand take on Paraguay in the Futsal World Cup today as they bid to qualify for the quarter-finals.   More...

Thailand lose to Italy in group opener (October 01, 2008)
Thailand put up a brave fight before losing 1-0 to Italy in their opening match at the 2008 Fifa Futsal (five-a-side) World Cup in Rio de Janeiro yesterday. Captain Grana scored from the spot after 15 minutes to seal the win for the 2004 runners-up in Group B.  More...

Thailand play Italy today (September 30, 2008)
Thailand begin their campaign at the 2008 Futsal (five-a-side) World Cup against Italy in Rio de Janeiro today.   More...

Date change (September 19, 2008)
The 39th King's Cup has been re-scheduled for January, the Football Association of Thailand (FAT) announced yesterday. North Korea are the first foreign side to confirm their participation in the four-team tournament, FAT secretary-general Ong-art Kosinkha said.   More...

Thailand set for Hanoi (September 11, 2008)
Former England international Peter Reid will begin his job as Thailand's coach in the Agribank Cup in Hanoi next month. Ong-art Kosinkha, secretary-general of the Football Association of Thailand (FAT), said yesterday the FAT had decided to send the national team to take part in the four-team tournament in Hanoi where they will face hosts Vietnam, New Zealand and a European side yet to be determined.   More...

SIXTH STRAIGHT TITLE FOR THAILAND IN AFF FUTSAL (31 August 2008)
BANGKOK (31 August 2008) Hosts Thailand won their sixth straight title in the AFF Futsal Championship when they beat Indonesia 5-1 in the final that was played at the Nimibutr Stadium.   More...

Reid in Bangkok to take up coaching job (August 29, 2008)
Ex-Everton star Peter Reid arrived in Bangkok yesterday to take up his new job as Thai national coach. He was accompanied by his personal manager, Mike Morris   More...

AFF SUZUKI CUP 2008: CHAMPS SINGAPORE AND THAILAND IN DIFFERENT GROUPS (August 27, 2008)
JAKARTA (August 27, 2008) Defending champions Singapore and 2006 runners-up Thailand landed in different groups when the draw of the AFF Suzuki Cup 2008 was staged at a leading hotel here today.   More...

Coach Reid 'to get 63 million baht a year' (August 11, 2008)
Former Sunderland manager, Peter Reid, will be paid one million pounds or 63 million baht per year as coach of Thailand, according to Worawi Makudi, president of the Football Association of Thailand (FAT).   More...

Thailand start away in Jordan (July 21, 2008)
Peter Reid's Thailand will begin their qualifying campaign for the AFC Asian Cup with an away match against Jordan on January 14 next year.   More...

Reid to begin Sept 1 (July 17, 2008)
Former England international Peter Reid has reached an agreement to coach Thailand, the Thai football chief said yesterday. Reid will start his work on September 1 in a four-year contract, said Football Association of Thailand (FAT) president Worawi Makudi.   More...

Worawi Reid is right (July 12, 2008)
Thailand's football chief has dismissed criticism that former Everton star Peter Reid's route one style does not suit Thailand.   More...

Reid still awaiting Thailand contract (July 10, 2008)
While the Thai football chief believes Peter Reid is the right man to lead the country to the 2014 World Cup, the former England international insists he is still waiting to sign a contract.   More...

Reid named as the next Thailand boss (July 09, 2008)
Former England international Peter Reid will be Thailand's new national coach, the Football Association of Thailand (FAT) announced yesterday. Reid succeeds Chanvit Phalajivin, who quit last month, and will start work next month.   More...

Chanvit confirms his farewell (June 17, 2008)
Thailand coach Chanvit Phalajivin reiterated yesterday that he will step down after his side's last World Cup qualifying match.  More...

Thailand can learn from Euro action (June 16, 2008)
Thailand's World Cup campaign officially ended on Saturday when they were well beaten 3-0 by Japan at Rajamangala National Stadium.   More...

Japan beat Thailand to close in on making the final round of World Cup qualifiers (June 15, 2008)
Japan hammered Thailand 3-0 to virtually secure a place in the next round of World Cup qualifiers at Rajamangala National Stadium last night.   More...

Bahrain save point against Thailand (7 June 2008)
Frontrunners Bahrain rallied to a fortuitous 1-1 draw against Thailand to keep their unbeaten run intact in the FIFA World Cup qualifiers at the National Stadium in Manama on Saturday. Hardworking Thonglao Datsakorn put the visitors ahead in the 65th minute with a fine long-ranger and Salman Isa equalised two minutes later to keep Bahrain at the top of Group 'B' with 10 points.  More...

Thailand hoping to get a point in Bahrain (June 07, 2008)
Thailand are hoping to earn their first point in their World Cup qualifying group when they meet Bahrain in Manama today.  More...

Thailand's hopes evaporate (June 03, 2008)
Thailand's World Cup dreams are realistically over after they were beaten 3-2 by Bahrain at Rajamangala National Stadium last night. It was Thailand's third defeat in as many matches in Asia's first group stage of World Cup qualification. They had already lost to Japan and Oman.   More...

Thailand suffer triple injury trouble (June 02, 2008)
Thailand are sweating on the fitness of key players Teerasil Dangda, Kiatprawut Saiwaew and Sutee Suksomkit ahead of tonight's do-or-die World Cup qualifier against Bahrain. Coach Chanvit Phalajivin said the trio could miss the crunch match, which kicks off at Rajamangala stadium at 6.30pm (Channel 7 televise live).   More...

Thailand defeat Iraq (May 26, 2008)
Thailand put on an impressive display to defeat Asian champions Iraq 2-1 in a friendly at Rajamangala stadium yesterday.  More...

Chonburi FC lose in Melbourne (May 22, 2008)
MELBOURNE: Chonburi FC suffered a 3-1 defeat against Melbourne Victory in their last group match of the AFC Champions League yesterday. Brazilian Ney Fabiano gave the Sharks the lead after 55 minutes only for Kevin Muscat to equalise for the Australians moments later. The home side hit two more goals from Australia international striker Archie Thompson (65) and Carlos Hernandez (77).   More...

Kangaroo on menu forChonburi (May 20, 2008)
MELBOURNE : Chonburi FC players have been served with kangaroo meat as team officials believe it will give them extra energy in their AFC Champions League match against Melbourne Victory tomorrow.   More...

Thai hopefuls put through paces; defeat in futsal final (May 19, 2008)
Iran won the AFC Futsal Championship when they put on a powerful display to beat Thailand 4-0 in the final at Nimibutr Gymnasium.   More...

Thailand move into AFC Futsal semi-finals (May 16, 2008)
Thailand beat Australia 5-2 yesterday to reach the semi-finals of the AFC Futsal (five-a-side) Championship and qualify for the World Championship for the third time in a row.  More...

Thailand beat Kyrgyztan (Wednesday May 14, 2008)
Thailand defeated Kyrgyztan 3-1 in their final preliminary round game at the AFC Futsal (five-a-side) Championship at Nimibutr Gymnasium yesterday. Goals from Anucha Munjaroen, Ekaphan Surasawang and Tanakorn Santanaprasit earned Thailand the top spot in Group A.   More...

Gamba end Chonburi's dream (May 08, 2008)
Gamba Osaka of Japan ended Chonburi's AFC Champions League campaign with a 2-0 win at Supachalasai stadium last night. Second-half goals from substitute Masato Yamazaki and Brazilian striker Lucas sent the Japanese side to the quarter-finals with one round of matches to go in Group G.   More...

Man City tour will go ahead (May 07, 2008)
Manchester City have reaffirmed that the team will come to Thailand next week as part of their Asian tour. In a reply to questions by the Thai media, City spokesman Paul Tyrell said the squad will be led by coach Sven-Goran Eriksson, although his future at Eastlands is still uncertain.   More...

Chonburi have to get it right (May 07, 2008)
Thailand Premier League champions Chonburi FC need to beat Japan's Gamba Osaka of Japan in the AFC Champions League at Supachalasai stadium today to stay in contention for a quarter-final berth. Gamba, who have 10 points, lead Group G with two games remaining. Chonburi have five, South Korea's Chunnam Dragons four and Melbourne Victory three.   More...

Chonburi rally to draw with Dragons (April 24, 2008)
Thailand Premier League champions Chonburi rallied from two goals down to secure a 2-2 draw with South Korea's Chunnam Dragons to keep alive their hopes of reaching the quarter-finals of the AFC Champions League yesterday. Substitute Pipob On-mo earned the Sharks a precious point with goals in the 56th and 88th minutes after Chunnam, who were reduced to 10 men after 25 minutes, had taken a two-goal lead through Jeong Jun-yeon (5) and Kim Mung-woon (47).   More...

Late goal sinks Chonburi (April 10, 2008)

Chonburi FC suffered their first defeat in the AFC Champions League when they lost 1-0 at South Korea's Chunnam Dragons in Gwangyang yesterday. Substitute Victor Simoes fired home a free-kick in the dying moments as the Korean FA Cup winners claimed their first points in the current campaign.   More...

Chonburi roll on (April 08, 2008)
Thailand League champions Chonburi FC are looking forward to tightening their grip at the top of Group G of the AFC Champions League.   More...

New manager should stick to his own job (April 02, 2008)
Thailand's World Cup dreams turned into a nightmare last Wednesday when they lost 1-0 to Oman in a qualifier at Rajamangala National Stadium for the 2010 finals in South Africa.   More...

Kittiratt's resignation accepted (April 01, 2008)
Football Association of Thailand president Worawi Makudi approved the resignation of national team manager Kittiratt Na Ranong yesterday. Kittiratt announced his intention to quit after Thailand suffered a 1-0 home defeat against Oman in a World Cup qualifier last week.  More...

Kittiratt's resignation not yet approved (March 28, 2008)
The Football Association of Thailand (FAT) has not yet approved the resignation of Kittiratt Na Ranong as national team manager after the side lost 1-0 to Oman in a World Cup qualifier on Wednesday night. The defeat at Rajamangala National Stadium seriously damaged Thailand's World Cup dreams and Kittiratt promptly resigned after the game.
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First-minute strike stuns Thailand (March 27, 2008)
Thailand's road to South Africa virtually reached an end last night when they lost 1-0 to Oman in a World Cup qualifier at Rajamangala National Stadium.   More...

Thailand's World Cup quest in balance (March 26, 2008)
Thailand need a win over Oman at Rajamangala stadium tonight to get their World Cup qualifying campaign back on track after a humiliating start. The match kicks off at 6.30pm and will be televised live on Channel 7.  More...

Super sub Baga bags Victory (19 March 2008)
BANGKOK - Substitute Stephane Baga came on to score two late goals as Thai Premier League champions Chonburi picked up their first win in the AFC Champions League with a stunning 3-1 victory over Australian side Melbourne Victory on Wednesday.   More...

Chonburi square up to Melbourne (March 19, 2008)
Thailand League winners Chonburi face a tricky test against Australian champions Melbourne Victory in their second AFC Champions League game today. The Group G match, which kicks off at 7.30pm, has been moved from the eastern province to Bangkok's Supachalasai stadium to accommodate more fans.   More...

Thailand draw 3-3 with China (March 16, 2008)
Thailand put on a good display to draw 3-3 with China yesterday in a friendly in Kunming. Striker Teerathep Winothai scored twice and substitute Tana Chanabut netted the other for Thailand. A last-gasp goal by China's Zhu Ting denied the visitors a win.   More...

Thailand will play China today (March 15, 2008)
Thailand will play China in a friendly in Kunming today as part of both sides' preparations for World Cup qualifiers. The match kicks off at 1pm (Thai time) and will be televised live on Channel 11  More...

Thailand and UAE through to Lion City Cup Final (March 13, 2008 )
SINGAPORE, 13 March 2008: Thailand and UAE are through to Saturday's Lion City Cup Final after completing the group stages with their third straight wins.   More...

Krung Thai Bank crushed; Chonburi draw (March 13, 2008)
J-League champions Kashima Antlers humiliated Thailand League runner-ups Krung Thai Bank 9-1 in their AFC Champions League opener at Chulalongkorn stadium yesterday. But Thailand League champions Chonburi saved the face of Thai football when they secured a 1-1 draw at Japanese FA Cup winners Gamba Osaka.   More...

Trio seem to have been forgotten (March 12, 2008)
A few weeks before the December general election, Suree Sukha, Kiatprawut Saiwaew and Teerasil Dangda signed with English Premiership club Manchester City at a Bangkok hotel.   More...

Japan Thrash Thailand (Feb 6 2008 )
JAPAN kicked off their attempt to qualify for a fourth straight World Cup finals with a 4-1 victory over Thailand at Saitama Stadium.  More...

Tough mission for Thailand in Saitama (February 06, 2008)
After comfortable wins over Macau and Yemen in the first two qualifying rounds for the 2010 World Cup, Thailand will get a real test in the first group stage featuring Asian zone's top 20 teams. The Thais are grouped with Japan, Bahrain and Oman with two teams from each of the five groups advancing to the final qualifying stage, or the last 10 teams.   More...

Thailand battle through snow (February 04, 2008)
Heavy snowfall in Japan has forced Thailand to adjust their training schedule ahead of Wednesday's World Cup qualifier in Saitama.   More...

Thailand defeat Korea's Jeonbuk Hyunday Motors 2-0 (February 02, 2008)
The Thai national team put on a good performance before leaving today for their crucial World Cup qualifier in Japan by defeating the strong Korean club side, Jeonbuk Hyunday Motors FC 2-0 in a warm-up match at Rajamangala stadium yesterday.   More...

THAILAND DENIES IRAN FOR A PLACE IN THE SEMI-FINALS (February 02, 2008)
KUALA LUMPUR (1st Feb 2008) Thailand beat Iran for the first time in their history to make the semi-finals of the KL World 5s where they will face Argentina tomorrow at the Stadium Negara in Kuala Lumpur.  More...

Final warm-up against Chonbuk (January 31, 2008)
will field their strongest team in their last World Cup warm-up match against Chonbuk Motors from South Korea at Rajamangala stadium tomorrow. Kick-off is 6 pm.   More...

Thais happy with City trip (January 28, 2008)
Thailand's national team returned to Bangkok yesterday after more than two weeks of training in Manchester. The trip formed part of the preparation for a crucial World Cup qualifying match against Japan on February 6.   More...

Thailand boss Chanvit sees improvement (January 20, 2008)
Thailand coach Chanvit Phalajivin said yesterday his side had improved a lot since they began training with Premier League side Manchester City a week ago.   More...

Thai team to train with Man City (January 04, 2008)
Thailand will train with Manchester City for two weeks as part of their preparations for the World Cup qualification. Worawi Makudi, president of the Football Association of Thailand (FAT), said 29 players had been named to the World Cup squad who would have to report to the training camp next Monday.  More...

Own goal gives Thailand triumph over Iraq (December 25, 2007)
A late own goal by Iraq gifted Thailand a 2-1 win as the hosts cruised into the final of the 38th King's Cup at Rajamangala National Stadium last night.   More...

Thailand tighten defence against Iraq tonight (December 24, 2007)
Thailand will tighten up their defence for tonight's match against Iraq in their second match of King's Cup football tournament at Rajamangala Stadium.   More...

Thailand take on Uzbeks (December 22, 2007)
Hot-shot Sarayuth Chaikamdee and his new strike partner Pipop Onn-mo will lead the Thai attack against Uzbekistan in the opening match of the 38th King's Cup at Rajamangala National Stadium today.   More...

Thai teams are drawn into tough groups (December 18, 2007)
Thai teams have been drawn into tough groups for next year's AFC Champions League.   More...

In-form four in the frame (December 16, 2007)
SEA Games players Arthit Sunthornpit, Adul Lasoh, Wuthichai Tatong and Jeera Jaroensuk are likely to be named in the full national squad after impressive performances in Nakhon Ratchasima.   More...

Record eighth win (December 15, 2007)
Thailand continued their dominance in men's football winning their eighth consecutive SEA Games gold medal after beating Burma 2-0 in the final last night.  More...

Thais face Burma in finals (December 12, 2007)
National coach Thongsuk Sumpahangsit was an elated man after his side were a step away from winning their eighth successive SEA Games title following an emphatic 3-0 victory over Singapore in their semi-final match at His Majesty the King's 80th Birthday Anniversary stadium yesterday.  More...

Thailand aim to pick up all three points (December 07, 2007)
Thailand will be gunning for three points when they meet Indonesia in their last preliminary-round match at His Majesty the King's 80th Birthday Anniversary Stadium today.   More...

Thais ring the changes (December 06, 2007)
Thailand, who have already qualified for the semi-finals, will rest some players in their final preliminary-round match against Indonesia tomorrow.   More...

Thailand rout Cambodia to reach semis (December 05, 2007)
Nakhon Ratchasima _ Thailand moved into the semi-finals of the 24th SEA Games after thrashing Cambodia 8-0 at His Majesty the King's 80th Birthday Anniversary Stadium yesterday.   More...

Thailand make changes to line-up for Cambodia today (December 04, 2007)
Nakhon Ratchasima _ Thailand will make a few changes to the line-up for their second match against Cambodia today following their unimpressive 3-2 victory over Burma in their opening game on Sunday.   More...

Thailand begin with 3-2 victory over Burma (December 03, 2007)
Nakhon Ratchasima _ Thailand began their defence of the SEA Games football title with an unimpressive 3-2 victory against Burma at the 80th Birthday Anniversary of His Majesty the King stadium yesterday.   More...

Coach fears cold weather (November 30, 2007)

Thailand coach Thongsuk Sumpahangsit is worried that the cold weather in Nakhon Ratchasima could affect his side's bid to win the country's eighth straight SEA Games gold medal.  More...

20 players named in SEA squad (November 29, 2007)
Thailand yesterday named the 20-man squad which will defend their title at the 24th SEA Games which begins in Nakhon Ratchasima next week. Among those in the team are striker Teerathep ''Leesaw'' Winothai and two recent Manchester City signings, Teerasil Dangda and Kiatprawut Saiwaew.   More...

Thais confident of progressing to next stage (November 27, 2007)
Thailand are confident that they will reach Asia's final qualifying round for the 2010 World Cup.   More...

Thailand face Japan, Oman and Bahrain (November 26, 2007)
Thailand have been drawn in a difficult group with Japan and two Middle East teams, Oman and Bahrain for the group stage of the World Cup Asian qualifying round.   More...

Trio agree to join Cupshowdown (November 23, 2007)

Singapore, Iraq and North Korea have confirmed their participation in the 38th King's Cup football tournament in Bangkok next month.  More...

Chonburi claim country's top honours (November 22, 2007)
Chonburi were crowned Thailand Premier League champions for the first time after beating Krung Thai Bank 3-2 yesterday. Before their supporters at the Municipal Stadium, Chonburi built a comanding 2-0 lead at half-time.   More...

Thailand hungry for success (November 20, 2007)
Thailand aim to reach Asia's final qualifying round for the 2010 World Cup after advancing to the third stage.   More...

Sarayuth on target again as Thailand advance (November 19, 2007)
Thailand advanced to the next stage of the Asian World Cup qualifiers when they defeated Yemen 1-0 in the second leg of the second qualifying round at Supachalasai Stadium yesterday.   More...

Thai trio make history with Sven (November 17, 2007)
Manchester City manager Sven-Goran Eriksson signed three Thai players yesterday but they are not likely to play in the Premier League this season.   More...

Sutee and Therdsak to miss qualifier (November 15, 2007)
Thailand's Singapore-based veterans Sutee Suksomkit and Therdsak Chaiman will not be available against Yemen in Sunday's World Cup qualifier in Bangkok. Thailand held Yemen to a 1-1 draw in Sana'a in the first leg of Asia's second round qualification for the 2010 World Cup last week. The return takes place at Supachalasai stadium on Sunday at 5pm.  More...

Eriksson ready to ink Suree deal (November 13, 2007)
Thailand international Suree Sukha is set to become the first Thai player to sign for an English Premiership club when Manchester City manager Sven-Goran Eriksson arrives here later this week, the Football Association of Thailand (FAT) said yesterday.   More...

Sutee and Therdsak to play part (November 12, 2007)
Thailand will call up Singapore-based Sutee Suksomkit and Therdsak Chaiman for the second leg of their World Cup qualifier against Yemen on November 18 at Supachalasai stadium   More...

Tawan to miss Yemen clash (November 09, 2007)
Thailand will be without injured captain Tawan Sripan when they meet Yemen in a World Cup Asian qualifer in San'aa tonight. The second-round first leg kicks off at 8.15pm and will be televised live on TV Channel 11.   More...

Weather worry for Chanvit (November 08, 2007)
Thailand coach Chanvit Phalajivin is worried about the weather in San'aa when his men take on Yemen in a World Cup qualifier tomorrow. The Thai squad had to travel more than 12 hours to arrive in San'aa earlier this week for the first leg of Asia's second round World Cup qualification.   More...

Kuwait crisis may favour Thais (October 31, 2007)
World governing body Fifa has suspended Kuwait from all international football activities, a move that is likely to benefit Thailand's World Cup qualifying campaign.   More...

Thailand set to face Yemen (October 30, 2007)
Thailand head coach Chanvit Phalajivin is worried about the hot Middle Eastern climate after Thailand were drawn to meet Yemen in the second round of the Asian zone 2010 World Cup qualifiers.   More...

SEAGAMES FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT:Thailand meet Burma in opener (October 20, 2007)
Seven-time defending champions Thailand will meet Burma in the curtain-raiser of the SEA Games football tournament in Nakhon Ratchasima in December.   More...

Thailand aim to finish job (October 15, 2007)

Macau _ Thailand coach Chanvit Phalajivin is ready to end Macau's World Cup dream today in the second leg of their Asian qualifier at Macau University's Science and Technology stadium.   More...

Inside Story : FAT has been made to look like paper tiger (October 10, 2007)
Thailand got off to an auspicious start in their 2010 World Cup qualifying campaign when they hammered Macau 6-1 in the first leg of their preliminary round tie at Supachalasai stadium on Monday.   More...

Thailand tackle squad dilemma (October 10, 2007)
Thailand's preparations for their clash against Macau in the second leg of their World Cup qualifier has become chaotic due to Thailand Premier League fixtures. Thailand kicked off their 2010 World Cup campaign with a 6-1 win over Macau in the first leg of their preliminary round tie at Supachalasai on Monday.   More...

Thais different class as Macau hit for six (October 09, 2007)
Thailand kicked off their 2010 World Cup qualifying campaign with a 6-1 thrashing of Macau in the first leg of their preliminary-round tie at Supachalasai stadium last night.   More...

Defending champions China drub Thailand 2-0 (5 October 2007)
CHONGQING: Defending champions China beat Thailand 2-0 in a Group B match at the Chongqing Olympic Center Stadium Friday night.   More...

Veteran striker calls time after 15 years (October 04, 2007)
Thailand's former captain Kiatisak ''Zico'' Senamuang made an emotional farewell to his football fans last night in his testimonial match which saw Thailand draw 1-1 with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) at Supachalasai stadium yesterday.   More...

Thailand to pay tribute to Kiatisak in UAE friendly (October 03, 2007)
Thailand take on the United Arab Emirates at Supachalasai stadium tonight in a friendly which is also a testimonial for striker Kiatisak ''Zico'' Senamuang. The match (8.30pm) is a warm-up for upcoming World Cup qualifying matches.   More...

THAILAND WIN UNDER-17 CROWN (September 1, 2007)
PHNOM PENH (September 1, 2007) Thailand won the Asean Football Federation (AFF) Under-17 Championship crown when they beat Laos 3-2 in a pulsating final which was played at the National Olympic Stadium   More...

Iraq booked (August 29, 2007)
Asian Cup champions Iraq and North Korea will play in the 38th King's Cup tournament at Supachalasai Stadium in December. Football Association of Thailand president Worawi Makudi said he was waiting to hear if either Sweden or Bulgaria would take part.   More...

AFF U-17 : THAILAND EDGE GUTSY CAMBODIA (August 20, 2007)
PHNOM PENH (August 20, 2007) Thailand had to use everything they had before they were able to overcome a gritty Cambodia side 3-2 in the second match in Group A of the Asean Football Federation (AFF) Under-17 Championship here at the National Olympic Stadium this morning.   More...

Bronze medal for Thailand (August 18, 2007)
Thailand's football team claimed the Universiade bronze medal by beating Canada in a penalty shoot-out after the score was 1-1 at full time in the play-off for third place at the Army Stadium yesterday.   More...

Late Ukraine winner ends Thailand hopes (August 16, 2007)
It was heartbreak for Thailand's football team when they lost 2-1 to the Ukraine thanks to a last minute goal in the semi-final of the Universiade at Supachalasai Stadium yesterday. A tight match looked like it was going to a penalty shoot-out when, in injury time, a shot from the edge of the area by Andriy Zaporozhan deflected off Thai defender Weerayut Jitkuntod and the ball bounced agonisingly past goalkeeper Chatchai Bootprom to put Ukraine into the final.   More...

Thailand drawn against Macau (August 07, 2007)
Thailand will face Macau in Bangkok on October 8 in their first match on the long road for qualification to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.  More...

Thai players get official invite to City trials (August 02, 2007)
The Football Association of Thailand has received an official letter from Manchester City inviting three Thai players to have trials with the club. The players, as expected, are Suree Sukha and Kiatprawut Saiwaew (Chonburi _ Thailand Premier League) and Teerasil Dangda (Muang Thong-Nong Jok United _ Division 2.)   More...

Kiatisak hangs up his boots (July 24, 2007)
Thailand veteran striker Kiatisak Senamuang has stuck to his guns and retired from football.   More...

Worawi backs Chanvit to stay in charge (July 18, 2007)
Chanvit Phalajivin will remain as Thailand coach, Football Association of Thailand (FAT) president Worawi Makudi said yesterday. Chanvit said after Thailand's elimination from the Asian Cup following their 4-0 defeat against Australia on Monday that it was up to FAT bosses whether they wanted him to continue in his position as Thailand coach.   More...

Thailand out but 4-0 score flatters Australia (July 17, 2007)
It was heartbreak for Thailand last night when they were knocked out of the Asian Cup, losing 4-0 to Australia after putting up a gallant fight at a nearly full Rajamangala National Stadium.  More...

Thailand and Australia have it all to play for in last group game (July 16, 2007)
Thailand and Australia meet tonight at Rajamangala National Stadium in a crucial match to decide which of the two teams will progress from Group A into the quarter-finals of the Asian Cup.   More...

Chanvit considers quarter-final options ahead of Aussie tie (July 14, 2007)
Thailand coach Chanvit Phalajivin aims to finish at the top of Group A as he wishes to avoid Japan in the knockout phase if Thailand qualify   More...

Super sub Pipat seals Thai win (Jul 12, 2007)
BANGKOK Thailand took a step closer to the quarter-finals of the AFC Asian Cup 2007 after substitute Pipat Tonkanya scored twice as the co-hosts defeated Oman 2-0 on Thursday to record their first-ever regulation-time victory in the competition.  More...

Thailand face crucial showdown against Oman (July 12, 2007)
Thailand know that if they beat Oman at Rajamangala National Stadium today they will have a great chance to advance to the quarter-finals of the Asian Cup. Thailand coach Chanvit Phalajivin is quite aware just how crucial the showdown with Oman will be.   More...

Chanvit looks for teamwork (July 10, 2007)
Thailand coach Chanvit Phalajivin said the team must band together to beat Oman on Thursday in their second Group A match of the Asian Cup. Yesterday, the squad trained at the Army stadium and Chanvit said the key to victory rests with teamwork.   More...

Honours even in Asian Cup opener (Jul 7, 2007)
BANGKOK Co-hosts Thailand and Athens Olympic Games semi-finalists Iraq shared the points when they played out a 1-1 draw in the opening game of the AFC Asian Cup 2007 at Rajamangala Stadium on Saturday evening.   More...

Time for action (July 07, 2007)
Thailand kick off tournament tonight with match against Iraq   More...

Chanvit names final squad (July 06, 2007)
Thailand yesterday named their final 23 players for the Asian Cup with seven of the squad getting the axe. Dropped from the initial squad are Sarayud Chaikamdee, Prat Samakrat, Kraikiat Beadtaku, Kwanchai Phuangprakob, Jakkrit Bunkham, Narongchai Vachiraban and Punnarat Klinsukon.   More...

Charnvit axes four players from squad (July 04, 2007)
Thai national team coach, Chanvit Phalajivin yesterday named four of the six players to be axed from the Asian Cup squad. The unlucky players are Kraikiat Beadtaku, Narongchai Vachiraban, Sarayud Chaikamdee and Kwanchai Phuangprakob.   More...

Match abandoned after downpour (July 1, 2007)
A half-time heavy downpour forced a suspension of a warm-up friendly between Thailand's Asian Cup squad and Qatar at Rajamangala National Stadium yesterday.   More...

Thailand to give foreign based players an outing (June 28, 2007)
Thailand's head coach plans to line up the four foreign based players for the warm-up match against Qatar this Saturday. The match will kick off at 6.30 pm at Rajamangala stadium and will be shown live on Channel 7.   More...

Chanvit satisfied with tour (June 27, 2007)

Thailand coach Chanvit Phalajivin is happy with the national team's three-week training in Germany and believes his men can be a surprise package at next month's Asian Cup. The team returned from Germany yesterday and Chanvit was particularly satisfied with his men's improving physical fitness.   More...

Hot striker (June 20, 2007)
Young striker Teerasil Dangda has won praise from Thailand coach Chanvit Phalajivin and is likely to be included in the Asian Cup squad. The Thai team are training in Germany and Chanvit has been impressed by Teerasil's improvement.   More...

Progress made (June 19, 2007)
Thailand coach Chanvit Phalajivin said he is pleased with the progress his side are making during their current trip to Germany.   More...

Thailand aim to reach quarter-finals (June 15, 2007)
Thailand are aiming to reach the quarter-finals of the Asian Cup which begins in three weeks.   More...

Kiatisak nearly fit (June 13, 2007)
Veteran striker Kiatisak ''Zico'' Senamuang said he was nearly back to full strength and would be fit for the Asian Cup. Kiatisak is training with the national side in Germany as part of their preparations for the Asian Cup to be held in Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia next month.   More...

Free of fear (June 11, 2007)
Thailand coach Chanvit Phalajivin said he is not afraid of Australia's Asian Cup team even though it contains many superstars who play in European leagues.   More...

Thailand lose 3-1 to Dutch masters (June 07, 2007)
The Netherlands defeated Thailand quite comfortably 3-1 in an entertaining friendly at Rajamangala stadium yesterday. Thailand put up a spirited effort in front of an enthusiastic crowd of about 20,000, but the classy Dutch side were in control of the match right from the start with captain Rafael van der Vaart once again playing a key role.   More...

Thailand wary of Dutch danger (June 06, 2007)
Thailand are worried that they could be thrashed by the Netherlands in their warm-up match at Rajamangala National Stadium tonight (7pm kick-off, live on Channel 7). The Dutch defeated South Korea 2-0 in a friendly on Saturday and Thailand coach Chanvit Phalajivin knows that Holland's attacking prowess could be too much for his men.   More...

Holland set for friendly tomorrow (June 05, 2007)
Holland arrived in Bangkok on Sunday night led by Liverpool's Dirk Kuyt and Hamburg's Rafael van der Vaart The Dutch will play a friendly against Thailand tomorrow at Rajamangala stadium. The match will kick off at 7pm and will be shown live on channel 7.   More...

Therdsak and Sutee picked (May 30, 2007)
Singapore-based Therdsak Chaiman and Sutee Suksomkit will be selected for the Asian Cup sqaud although they are likely to miss Thailand's friendly against Holland and training in Germany. Thailand manager Kittirat na Ranong said the two veteran stars may not return to play against the Dutch at Rajamangala National Stadium next Wednesday due to engagements with their S-League clubs.   More...

Old guard gain new backing from Chanvit (May 19, 2007)
Thailand coach Chanvit Phalajivin has backed veterans Tawan Sripan and Therdsak Chaiman for future success after their performances in the 1-0 friendly win over China at Rajamangala stadium last week.   More...

Thailand sent packing by powerful Japan (May 18, 2007)
Thailand were knocked out of the Asian Futsal Championship yesterday when they were beaten 9-6 by hosts Japan at Osaka Municipal Central Gymnasium. The Thai team put up a good fight and were leading 2-1 early on, but the more experienced Japanese team took control after that.   More...

Morale-boosting win for Thailand (May 17, 2007)
Thailand's national football squad received a great confidence boost for their Asian Cup campaign when they defeated China 1-0 in a warm-up at Rajamangala National Stadium yesterday. It was the first time Thailand had beaten China since the Asian Games in Beijing 17 years ago and was a well-deserved victory.   More...

Thais aim to beat China to boost confidence (May 16, 2007)
An attack-minded Thailand will be looking for a result against China in a friendly today to boost the Kingdom's confidence before the Asian Cup. The match, which is part of Thailand's preparations for Asia's premier tournament, kicks off at 6.30pm at Rajamangala stadium and will be televised live on Channel 7.   More...

AFC Futsal Championship: Thailand maintain charge as Uzbeks get back on track (14 May 2007)
OSAKA: Two-time AFC Futsal Championship finalists Uzbekistan have kept their hopes alive of making it to the knock-out stage with a 4-0 win over Kuwait while Thailand inched closer to the last eight phase beating Iraq 7-4 at the Osaka Municipal Central Gymnasium here on Monday.   More...

Strong Dutch squad for Thai friendly (12 May 2007)
BANGKOK: A strong Dutch squad will provide a stern test to AFC Asian Cup 2007 co-hosts Thailand in a crucial preparatory friendly on June 6 at the Rajamangala Stadium.   More...

Thailand blank Kuwait in opener (May 14, 2007)
Thailand got off to a good start in the AFC Asian Futsal Championship yesterday when they thrashed Kuwait 8-0 at Osaka stadium in Japan. The Thai side moved into a 4-0 lead by half-time and added another four after the interval.   More...

Therdsak back in Thai squad (May 12, 2007)
Former national football captain, Therdsak Chaiman has been called up to join the 34-man squad for Thailand's warm-up match against China next Wednesday. Head coach Chanvit Phalajivin said there was only a limited time to get the team together because of league commitments but the team would do its best.   More...

Coach plays down chances (May 10, 2007)
National football team head coach Chanvit Phalajivin has asked fans not to expect too much when Thailand play China in a warm-up match for the Asian Cup at Rajamangala Stadium next Wednesday. ''Because of Thailand Premier League fixtures this weekend we can only get the players together for training after Sunday,'' he said.   More...

Talent search (April 28, 2007)
Thailand head coach Chanvit Phalajivin is keeping a close eye on potential prospects for his Asian Cup squad. Chanvit will have scouts at every Thailand League game this weekend to try and find the squad for the summer tournament, which Thailand are hosting with Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam.   More...

University knocked out after defeat (April 26, 2007)
Thailand League champions Bangkok University lost 1-0 away to the Indonesia's Arema Malang yesterday in Group F of the Asian Champions League, meaning the Thai team will not be able to advance to the next round. Heavy rain at Gajayana Stadium, Malang city, made the game a scrappy affair and the teams went in at the interval 0-0 after very few chances.   More...

ASIAN CUP : Tickets available tomorrow (April 23, 2007)
Tickets for the AFC Asian Cup go on sale tomorrow. Tickets for the opening match between Thailand and Iraq in Bangkok on July 7 are priced 150, 250, 500 and 800 baht while the group games are priced 100, 200, 400 and 700 baht.   More...

Therdsak still optimistic (April 19, 2007)
Veteran Thailand midfielder, Therdsak Chaiman has reiterated his hope of being part of Chanvit Phalajivin's squad as Thailand co-host the AFC Asian Cup in July. The 33-year-old has refuted speculation that he has called time on his international career and is hoping to be involved in the tournament when the Thais face off against Australia, Iraq and Oman.   More...

Late strike ends Thailand qualifying hopes (April 19, 2007)
A late goal saw Iraq defeat Thailand 1-0 and put an end to the host's chances of advancing in the Group E pre-Olympic qualifying round at the Army stadium yesterday. Thailand's Under 23 squad needed a victory to maintain any hope of progressing to the next round, but they fell well short.   More...

Thailand shock Korea Republic 1-0 in womens final round qualifying opener (April 8 2007)
KUALA LUMPUR: Thailand shocked Korea Republic 1-0 even as Japan, DPR Korea and Australia recorded comfortable wins in the opening final round qualifying matches of the Womens Olympic Football Tournament 2008.   More...

Thailand hold Iraq 1-1 to keep hopes alive (March 30, 2007)
A goal from Teerathep ''Leesaw'' Winothai helped Thailand's U23 team earn a creditable 1-1 draw with Iraq in Jordan on Wednesday night, keeping alive their hopes of advancing to the next Olympic qualifying round.   More...

Thailand face battle to stay in contention (March 28, 2007)
The Thai Under-23 team have to avoid defeat against Iraq when they meet in Jordan today (kick-off 10pm Thai time) to stay in contention for an Olympic berth. With one win over India and one loss against North Korea in Group E, the Thais cannot afford any more slip-ups. Two teams from each group advance to the next qualifying stage.   More...

Own goal denies 10-man Thais (Mar 21, 2007)
KAWASAKI - An own goal by Patiparn Phetphun 12 minutes from time denied Bangkok University one of the biggest shocks in the history of the AFC Champions League as they drew 1-1 with J.League runners-up Kawasaki Frontale on Wednesday.   More...

ASIAN CUP: All-clear given (March 21, 2007)
The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) is happy with the renovation of Rajamangala and Supachalasai stadiums, the venues for the Asian Cup in July. Rajamangala stadium should be ready by May. The AFC did not ask Thailand to make any changes to Supachalasai as it will be used as a training ground and hosts only one match.   More...

Worawi must make an impression (March 21, 2007)
Worawi Makudi was elected president of the Football Association of Thailand (FAT) on Sunday replacing Vijitr Getkaew who quit earlier this month. Reports claimed that an ''undercurrent'' would send a challenger to test Worawi's power but they proved untrue as Worawi was the only candidate.   More...

AFC to look at Asian Cup stadiums (March 20, 2007)
The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) will today inspect the two Bangkok stadiums that are set to host the Asian Cup this year.   More...

Worawi in hot seat (March 19, 2007)
FAT secretary general Worawi Makudi was elected as the new FAT chief yesterday. He was the only candidate for the job and has been given a two-year term. The election was held at the National Football Training Centre in Nong Jok and 118 of a possible 151 votes went to the winner.   More...

New season kicks off today (March 17, 2007)
Royal Thai Army's clash BEC Tero Sasana at the Army stadium is the pick of the first day fixtures in the Thailand Premier League this afternoon. The match will kick off at 4pm and will be televised live on Channel 11.   More...

Worawi tipped to be elected president (March 16, 2007)
Worawi Makudi has become hot favourite to be elected president of the Football Association of Thailand on Sunday after honorary president of the FAT, Chaiyapak Siriwat, confirmed he would not be a candidate for the post. Chaiyapak said yesterday his only interest is to help develop football in Thailand. ''I will support Worawi as new president,'' he said.   More...

Teerathep on target in crucial win in Chennai (March 15, 2007)
Teerathep Winothai scored the only goal of the match to earn Thailand an important 1-0 victory over India in the pre-Olympic qualifying round at Nehru stadium in Chennai yesterday. Thailand had lost their opening Group F game to North Korea and a win was crucial to keep their qualifying hopes alive.   More...

Thailand gunning for India victory (March 14, 2007)
Thailand's Under-23 side need a win over India in a crucial Olympic qualifying match in Chennai today (kick-off 7pm Thai time) to keep alive their hopes of securing a berth for the 2008 Games. The Thais suffered a huge setback when they lost 1-0 to North Korea in their opening Group F game of the Asian qualifiers in Bangkok two weeks ago.   More...

Thailand off to India for crucial match (March 13, 2007)
Thailand pre-Olympic team left for India yesterday to play against India in the second match of the Group F pre-Olympic qualifying round in Chennai tomorrow.   More...

Japan battle hard for place in semi-finals (March 12 2007)
KUALA LUMPUR: Defending champions Japan had to overcome stiff resistance from Thailand in Group B before emerging 2-1 winners and sealing their place in the AFC U-16 Womens Championship semi-finals on Monday   More...

DPR Korea romp to 7-1 win over Thailand (March 10 2007)
KUALA LUMPUR: DPR Korea overcame an early scare to beat Thailand 7-1 and finish top of Group B in the AFC U-16 Womens Championship at the MPPJ Stadium on Saturday.  More...

Worawi keen to succeed Vijitr as boss (March 10, 2007)
Secretary general of the Football Association of Thailand (FAT) Worawi Makudi said yesterday he would be prepared to be the next president of the organisation following the sudden resignation of Vijitr Getkaew. Worawi returned to Thailand yesterday after attending the AFC annual meeting in Kuala Lumpur.   More...

Vijitr steps down as football boss (March 09, 2007)
The president of the Thai Football Association, Vijitr Getkaew, resigned yesterday saying he could not handle the pressure of the job any more. Vijitr, who has held the post for more than 10 years, will remain acting president until an election is held on March 18th.   More...

Students pass first test (Bangkok University 0:0 Chunnam Dragons (Mar 7, 2007)
BANGKOK Thai league champions Bangkok University more than held their own on their first ever appearance on the continental stage in a goalless draw against Chunnam Dragons of Korea in the AFC Champions League Group F opener on Wednesday.  More...

Chanvit confusion was easy to avoid (March 07, 2007)
Chanvit Phalajivin was in the headlines when he quit as Thailand's national football coach last month after Vietnamese side Dong Thap agreed to pay him 500,000 baht a month plus other fringe benefits.   More...

Chanvit claim (March 03, 2007)
Vietnamese club Dong Thap are still keen to secure Thai coach Chanvit Phalajivin's services after he completes his tenture with Thailand. Chanvit quit as Thailand coach last month and initially agreed to coach the V-League club. However, this week he made a U-turn and decided to remain with Thailand at the request of Tourism and Sports Minister Suvit Yodmani.   More...

Hopes hit by opening defeat (March 01, 2007)
North Korea stalled Thailand's Olympic hopes last night by beating the Thais 1-0 in their opening match of the first qualifying group stage at Supachalasai Stadium. Thailand, who started with three forwards, dominated for long spells in the Group E match but failed to break North Korea's gritty defence.   More...

Chanvit back at the helm (March 01, 2007)
Chanvit Phalajivin has made a U-turn and will be Thailand coach for another year at the request of Tourism and Sports Minister Suvit Yodmani. ''I have talked to Chanvit. We want him to stay as the national football team coach and he is willing to stay,'' Suvit said.   More...

Time will tell if head coach Thongsuk is a soft touch (February 28, 2007)
Thongsuk Sampahangsit has been appointed Thailand's national football team head coach to replace Chanvit Phalajivin.   More...

Thais aim to shoot down North Korea (February 28, 2007)
Thailand are aiming for three points against North Korea in their opening match of the first group stage of the Olympic qualifying round at Supachalasai stadium tonight. The match kicks off at 7pm and will be televised live on Channel 7.   More...

Maradona tipped for Thai match (February 27, 2007)
Argentina legend Diego Maradona is likely to come to Thailand with the 1986 World Cup winners to play a friendly match in May or June. Argentina Ambassador HE Felipe Frydman met Minister of the Tourism and Sports Mr Suvit Yodmani to talk about a celebratory event to commemorate more than 50 years of relations between the countries.   More...

Thongsuk takes over as coach (February 22, 2007)
Staff coach Thongsuk Sampahangsit has been appointed new head coach for Thailand's national team, the Football Association of Thailand (FAT) announced yesterday. He takes over at the helm following Chanvit Phalajivin's decision to quit the job and take up a new post with a Vietnamese team.  More...

Inside Story: Chanvit's big chance leaves a role to fill (February 21, 2007)
Chanvit Phalajivin has resigned as Thailand's national football team coach and will train Vietnamese side Dong Thap in the V-League. Chanvit will be another Thai to coach a foreign club. There are a couple of Thai coaches who are working for Singaporean clubs in the S-League, including Vorawan Chitawanich who is said to be popular there.   More...

Chanvit quits as Thailand national coach (February 20, 2007)
Thailand's head football coach Chanvit Phalajivin has quit and will go to Vietnam to coach the club side Dong Thap in the V-League, it was announced yesterday. Chanvit said he had been given the green light by the Football Association of Thailand (FAT) president Vijitr Getkaew and secretary general Worawi Makudi, to go ahead with the move and that he is leaving on good terms with the FAT.  More...

Holland to play Thailand in June (February 16, 2007)
Good news for Thai football fans. The Dutch national football team will play against Thailand in Bangkok on June 6 and they have promised to bring their full squad. The match was confirmed yesterday by secretary general of the Football Association of Thailand (FAT), Worawi Makudi.   More...

Thailand in five-star performance (February 15, 2007)
Thailand romped to a convincing 5-1 victory over Turkmenistan in the second leg of the first pre-Olympic qualifying round at Supachalasai stadium yesterday. The victory gave them an aggregate 6-1 win over the two legs and in the next round they will face North Korea in Bangkok on February 28, a much tougher assignment.   More...

Thailand gunning for right result (February 14, 2007)
Thailand have to get a result against Turkmenistan in the return leg of an Olympic qualifying tie today to win back the faith of the fans, which was shattered by the national squad's failure to clinch the recent Asean Championship. The match takes place at Supachalasai stadium, which is expected to become a sea of red. Fans have been urged to don the colour to mirror Thailand's strip and to celebrate Valentine's Day.  More...

Thailand likely to name unchanged squad for second leg against Turkmenistan tomorrow (February 13, 2007)
Thailand are expected to name an unchanged squad for the second leg of the pre-Olympic qualifying round match against Turkmenistan at Supachalasai stadium tomorrow.   More...

Thai team confident of advancing (February 09, 2007)
Thailand's pre-Olympic team are confident they will advance into the next qualifying round after defeating Turkmenistan 1-0 away in the first leg on Wednesday. The Thai team are still in Ashgabat and are hoping to get a flight to Bangkok today.  More...

Thai youth teams in Kuala Lumpur (February 09, 2007)
Kuala Lumpur will this weekend play host to the 20th annual Southeast Asia Youth Football Tournament. Thailand will be represented at U13 and U15 levels by players selected from the Bangkok Soccer League (based at Bangkok Patana School) and North Bangkok Soccer League (based at the International School of Bangkok).   More...

Chakrit goal seals crucial away win (February 08, 2007)
A 79th minute goal by Chakrit Buathong was enough to give Thailand an important 1-0 victory away to Turkmenistan in the pre-Olympic qualifying round first leg yesterday at the Olympic Stadium in Ashgabat. The Thai side performed well in weather that saw temperatures as low as 5 degrees Celsius on a bumpy pitch.   More...

Thailand escape AFC punishment (February 07, 2007)
Thailand have escaped with a warning for their protest against a dubious penalty call in the first leg of the Asean Championship final against Singapore last week. The Asian Football Confederation met yesterday to discuss what sanction should be applied after the side left the pitch for 15 minutes when Malaysian referee C. Ravichandran awarded a late penalty to hosts Singapore when the game was locked at 1-1.   More...

Kiatisak eyes Asian Cup (February 06, 2007)
Thailand skipper Kiatisak Senamuang has set his sights on playing in the Asian Cup in July. The veteran proved a revelation during the Asean Championship but was sidelined through injury for most of the two-legged final.  More...

Thailand suffer heartbreak in final (February 05, 2007)
Singapore won the Asean Football Championship last night when they held Thailand to a 1-1 draw in an entertaining match for an aggregate 3-2 victory at a packed Supachalasai stadium . It was a frustrating night for the Thai team and 32,000 enthusiastic fans at the stadium who had been hoping to turn the tables after their controversial 2-1 defeat in Singapore last Wednesday.  More...

Thai manager expects fair play in match against Singapore (February 04, 2007)
Thailand team manager Thavatchai Sajakul said his side are ready for a tough, but sporting, clash against Singapore tonight in the final of the Asean Championship at Supachalasai Stadium. Thailand trail 2-1 after Wednesday's first leg in Singapore following a controversial late penalty which prompted a 15 minute protest by the Thai team.   More...

'I thought referee was going to book me' (February 3, 2007 )
Noh Alam Shah, the Singapore striker awarded a controversial penalty fiercely protested at by the Thai squad, has admitted he thinks the spot kick should not have been given.   More...

Singapore players assured of safety (February 03, 2007)
Singapore's national football team arrived in Bangkok yesterday and have been assured there will be strict security for tomorrow night's crucial second leg of the Asean Championship at Supachalasai Stadium. Tension is high following the controversy which erupted in the first leg when Singapore won 2-1 following a controversial penalty awarded against Thailand by Malaysian referee C. Ravichandran.   More...

Thailand must learn to accept decisions (February 02, 2007)
It is unfortunate that Thailand suffered a 2-1 defeat in Singapore in the final first leg of the Asean Championship on Wednesday with the home side scoring the winner from a highly controversial penalty. After cancelling Singapore's half-time lead shortly after the interval, Thailand were the better side in the second half and should have returned home with at least a draw.   More...

Thais prepare for showdown (February 02, 2007)
Thai players have been told to put Wednesday night's controversial match out of their minds and concentrate on winning the second leg of the Asean Championship final against Singapore at Supachalsai stadium Sunday night. The Thai team have come under fire for walking off the pitch for 15 minutes after disputing a penalty decision by Malaysian referee C.Ravichandran . Singapore went on to win 2-1 and the Thai team left the pitch to a chorus of boos from the Singaporean fans.   More...

AFF: SECOND LEG INTACT AND ON COURSE ()
KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 1, 2007) - The Asean Football Federation (AFF) are studying the relevant reports of the Match Commissioner and Referees Inspector with respect to the first leg of the Asean Football Championship final match between Singapore and Thailand that ended in a 2-1 win for the host at the National Stadium in Singapore yesterday.   More...

Walkout overshadows 2-1 defeat (February 01, 2007)
Singapore won the first leg of the Asean Championship final 2-1 last night but the game was overshadowed by the Thai team walking off the pitch and refusing to play for 15 minutes after the referee had awarded the hosts a hotly disputed penalty. The score was 1-1 with eight minutes to play and Thailand were looking good for returning to Bangkok with at least a draw.   More...

Thailand's hopes hit by injury woes (January 31, 2007)
Talismanic Thailand skipper Kiatisak 'Zico' Senamuang has been forced to pull out of tonight's Asean Championship final first leg clash against Singapore. Kiatisak is expected to be sidelined with an ankle injury for three weeks and there are also questions marks over playmaker Datsakorn Thonglao, midfielder Nirut Surasiang and fullback Suree Sukha.   More...

Thailand keep eye on high ball (January 30, 2007)
Thailand's national team left for Singapore yesterday to prepare for tomorrow's first leg of the Asean Championship final.   More...

Thailand reach Asean final after 0-0 draw with Vietnam (January 29, 2007)
Thailand secured their place in the final of the Asean Football Championships after holding Vietnam to a 0-0 draw in the second leg of the semi-final at a packed Supachalasai stadium yesterday. Having beaten Vietnam 2-0 in Hanoi, the Thai side will now play Singapore in the first leg of the final in Singapore on Wednesday. The return leg will be in Bangkok next Sunday.   More...

Kiatisak doubtful for match (January 27, 2007)
Thailand skipper Kiatisak 'Zico' Senamuang faces a race to be fit for tomorrow's Asean Cup semi-final second leg against Vietnam because of an injured tendon. Thailand take a 2-0 lead into the match at Supachalasai stadium courtesy of victory in Hanoi on Wednesday night.   More...

Pre-Olympic team to face Denmark today (January 26, 2007)
Thailand and Denmark's pre-Olympic teams will play a warm-up match today at the Army stadium. The game will kick off at 6 pm with live telecast on Channel 11. Team manager Kasem Jariyawatwong said the only doubts with his team is centre-back Kiatprawut Saiwaew who is suffering a back injury.   More...

Thailand record vital away win (January 25, 2007)
Hanoi - Thailand took a major step towards making the final of the Asean Football Championships yesterday when they put on an impressive display to defeat Vietnam 2-0 away in Hanoi in the first leg of the semi-final.   More...

Thailand's Datsakorn fit to play tonight (January 24, 2007)
Thailand midfielder Datsakorn Thonglao is fit for tonight's semi-final first leg against Vietnam at My Dinh stadium, Hanoi. Thailand coach Charnwit Phalajivin said he was pleased with the return of his playmaker.   More...

Injured pair in the frame (January 22, 2007)
Thailand's Datsakorn Thonglao and Nirut Surasiang are training with the squad in Hanoi and could be fit for the Asean Championship semi-final first leg against Vietnam on Wednesday.  More...

Sarayuth fires Thailand through (January 17, 2007)
Thailand booked their spot in the semi-finals of the Asean Championships last night with a 1-0 win over Malaysia at Supachalasai stadium.   More...

Thailand hit four past Philippines (January 15, 2007)
Thailand cruised to a 4-0 Group A win over the Philippines at Supachalasai stadium yesterday, but could have bagged more in a one-sided first half.   More...

Suchao comes to the rescue (January 13, 2007)
Thailand salvaged a draw in injury time against Burma in the Asean Cup last night after they seemed destined for an undeserved defeat.   More...

Charnwit looks for maximum (January 09, 2007)
Thailand coach Charnwit Phalajivin aims to get nine points from the first round of the Asean Football Championship, which starts Friday.  More...

Two leagues become one in Thailand (January 06, 2007)
The Football Association of Thailand (FAT) has joined forces with the Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT) to merge the two current leagues in time for the big kick-off on March 18.   More...

Datsakorn heads for V-League (January 05, 2007)
BEC Tero and Thailand midfielder Datsakorn Thonglao has been transferred to Hoang Anh Gia Lai of Vietnam for a fee of three million baht, it was announced yesterday. BEC Tero will receive two million baht while the remainder will go to Datsakorn.   More...

Thailand put an end to six-year wait (December 31, 2006)
Home favourites fire three goals past stubborn Vietnamese in front of packed Supachalasai Stadium   More...

Thailand down S'pore, enter final (December 27, 2006 )
Thailand's ambitions of regaining the title got a boost after they notched up their second successive win by defeating Singapore 2-0 in their second match of the quadrangular King's Cup tournament yesterday.   More...

Thailand begin on winning note against VN (December 26, 2006)
Thailand got off to a good start in the 37th King's Cup on Sunday night when they put on a solid display to defeat Vietnam 2-1 in the opening match of the tournament at Supachalasai Stadium.   More...

Bangkok University face hard entrance exam (December 23, 2006)
Thailand League champions Bangkok University face a tough introduction to the AFC Champions League after being drawn with Japan's Kawasaki Frontale, Indonesia's PS Arema Malang and South Korea's Chunnam Dragons. The group stage draw was made in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.   More...

ASIAN CUP: Thailand aiming for quarters (December 22, 2006)
The secretary-general of the Football Association of Thailand (FAT) is confident that Thailand will reach the quarter-finals of the Asian Cup next year. One group of preliminary matches is being hosted by Thailand in the July 7-29 competition.   More...

Thai players touch down today after quarter-final exit in Doha (December 12, 2006)
Thailand's Asian Games football team returns home today after being knocked out in the quarter-finals on Saturday by hosts Qatar. There will not be much rest for some of the players, however, as six have been shortlisted to represent Thailand in the King's Cup tournament which will be held from December 24-30.   More...

Moment of truth for Thailand tonight (December 09, 2006)
Doha, Qatar _ Thailand's football team play their most important match in several years tonight when they take on Asian Games hosts Qatar in the tournament's quarter-final in Doha. The kick off at Al Gharrafa stadium has been moved back to 11pm (Thai time) as it will attract more television viewers in the Middle East at that time and also give fans more chance to go to the stadium.   More...

Thailand likely to face Qatar (December 07, 2006)
Thailand's football team is likely to face the host, Qatar in the quarter final of the Asian Games tournament on Saturday.   More...

Thailand sink Kuwait 1-0 for third victory (December 06, 2006)
Thailand made it through to the quarter-finals last night after beating Kuwait 1-0 in their final group game.   More...

Maximum points again (December 03, 2006)
Thailand won their second group game yesterday when they impressively beat Kyrgyzstan 2-0 at Al Rayyan stadium in Doha.  More...

Ekaphan in fitness race for Kyrgyzstan clash (December 01, 2006)
Thailand decided to delay the team announcement until the last minute to see if injured striker Ekaphan Inthasen, who missed the first game against Palestine, will be fit for the Kyrgyzstan match. Thailand will play Kyrgyzstan in tomorrow's second group match at the Al Rayyan Sport Centre. The match will kick off at 9.15pm (Thai time).   More...

Thailand outclass Palestine (November 29, 2006)
Doha _ Thailand beat Palestine 1-0 in their first group game at the Asian Games at Al Rayyan Stadium in Doha yesterday, but the scoreline fails to reflect the kingdom's dominance in a one-sided match.   More...

ASEAN C'SHIP Thailand learn cup fate for January (November 28, 2006)
Defending champions Singapore have been drawn to meet 2004 runners-up Indonesia in the group stages of next year's Asean Football Championship.  More...

Jordan join Thailand's group (November 27, 2006)
Jordan have joined Thailand and Kuwait in Group C at the Asian Games, which starts tomorrow.   More...

Charnwit so confident (November 23, 2006)
Thailand head coach Charnwit Phalajivin has set the semi-finals at the Asian Games as the target for his side. Charnwit, who left with the team for Doha yesterday, was brimming with confidence as the national team prepares for battle in the Middle East.  More...

Asian Games journey starts today (November 22, 2006)
Thailand's Asian Games team leave for Qatar today ready to kick off their campaign against Palestine on Tuesday. Coach Charnwit Phalajivin said he hoped the extra time in the middle-eastern country would help the players adjust to the conditions.  More...

Concerns mount over Palestine's attendance (November 18, 2006)
Thailand is making arrangements in case Palestine pull out of its Asian Games clash on November 28.   More...

Can our footballers create another surprise? (November 17, 2006)
Thailand has been relatively successful in the Asian Games football competition over the years, reaching the semi-finals on three occasions. This is no mean achievement considering the high quality of some of the teams in the competition.   More...

Team to be revamped with younger squad ()
In an abrupt about face, the Football Association of Thailand (FAT) has scrapped the national squad which was announced only last week and says it will name a new, younger squad shortly. This does not affect the team preparing for the Asian Games team which is a separate squad.   More...

Burns stars as Australia drub Thailand 3-1 (1 November 2006)
KOLKATA: A brace from Nathan Burns enabled 10-man Australia down Thailand 3-1 in their second Group B game in the AFC Youth Championship here at the Salt Lake stadium on Wednesday.  More...

Donchui, Dangda star as Thailand down UAE 2-1 (31 October 2006)
KOLKATA: A last-gasp winner from Phonlawut Donchui helped Thailand outclass the UAE 2-1 in their first Group B encounter in the AFC Youth Championship here at the Salt Lake stadium on Monday.  More...

Thailand capture cup and cash prize (October 30, 2006)
Thailand's Asian Games side fought back from two goals down to capture the Agribank Cup yesterday after drawing 2-2 with hosts Vietnam at My Dinh stadium in Hanoi. Thailand won the trophy without Sutee Suksomkij, who went back to the S-League in Singapore before the match.  More...

Thailand ready and waiting for Agribank Cup action (October 24, 2006)
Thailand's Asian Games squad arrived in Vietnam yesterday to prepare for the Agribank Cup, which kick offs tomorrow. Thailand will play against hosts Vietnam, Bahrain and New Zealand.   More...

Seniors vie for Asiad team place (October 19, 2006)
Final selections for Thailand's Asian Games football squad will be made after they play in the Agribank Cup in Hanoi, Vietnam next week. In addition to Thailand and Vietnam, the quadrangular tournament from October 24-28 will also feature Bahrain and New Zealand.  More...

Thailand may lose right to co-host Asian Cup (October 17, 2006)
Thailand may lose its status as one of the hosts of next year's Asian Cup after a stadium inspection by Asian Football Confederation officials yesterday.   More...

AFC to come to Thailand (October 12, 2006)
Officials of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) will come to Bangkok next week to ensure that Thailand will be able to co-host the Asian Cup finals in July next year. President of the Football Association of Thailand (FAT), Mr Vijitr Getkaew and his deputy, Mr Chaiyapak Siriwat yesterday discussed the situation with Minister of Tourism and Sports, Dr Suvit Yodmani.   More...

Tournament starts January (October 04, 2006)
Thailand will co-host the Asean Football Championship (formerly the Tiger Cup) with Singapore from January 12 next year. Football Association of Thailand secretary general Worawi Makudi revealed the news after attending a meeting in Kuala Lumpur.   More...

Qantas Young Socceroos too strong for Thailand (13 September 2006 )
The Qantas Young Socceroos kicked off their four-nation tournament in Malaysia, with a solid 3-0 win over Thailand on Wednesday night.   More...

Middle East tour on way (September 12, 2006)
Thailand's Asian Games team will have some warm-up matches with Middle Eastern sides to prepare for the 15th Asian Games in Doha, Qatar in December.  More...

Australia and Thailand in SEA U-20 tournament (2 September 2006)
HANOI: Vietnam will host a quadrangular Southeast Asian U-20 Football Tournament from September 13-17 with the participation of Malaysia, Thailand and Australia.   More...

Thailand held to 2-2 draw despite Teerathep's double (August 24, 2006)
Kuala Lumpur _ Goalkeeping errors proved costly as Thailand's Asian Games football squad were held 2-2 by Burma in the 38th Merdeka Cup at Shah Alam stadium yesterday. Despite two goals from livewire forward Teerathep Winothai, it was a disappointing result for Thailand who were expected to win the match.   More...

TOT scoop title (August 21, 2006)
The Telephone Organisation of Thailand (TOT) were crowned champions of the inaugural Thailand Professional League yesterday when they drew 2-2 at home with Surat Thani.   More...

Leesaw joins forces with Thana (August 10, 2006)
Thailand's Asian Games football team will have Teerathep 'Leesaw' Winothai and Thana Chanboot as the striking duo for today's warm-up match against China in Qing Huang Dao. Head coach Charnwit Phalajivin said he was not worried about the result as he just wanted his Under 23 side to gain experience against a good side.   More...

Hard China mission (August 08, 2006)
Thailand are on their way to China today to play in a friendly on Thursday as part of the squad's preparation for the 15th Asian Games in Doha, Qatar later this year. Head coach Charnwit Phalajivin has asked fans to keep the match in perspective.   More...

Thais meet China next Thursday (August 03, 2006)
Former Everton player Li Tie and Manchester City's Sun Jihai will be in the China squad which faces Thailand in a friendly on August 10 in Qin Huangdao. The match is part of Thailand's preparations for the 15th Asian Games in Doha, Qatar in December.   More...

Youth focus in World Cup mission (August 02, 2006)
The Football Association of Thailand met yesterday to thrash out the route to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. They have devised a plan to nurture young talent in a bid to reach the tournament   More...

Future aim (July 29, 2006)
The Football Association of Thailand (FAT) believes 100 million baht is required to help the Thai national team qualify for World Cup 2010 in South Africa. The money will come from private companies as the FAT does not want to depend on government assistance because of the current instability.   More...

Jung-suk fires six as Korea Republic blank Thailand 11-0 (July 20 2006)
ADELAIDE: After suffering a surprise 4-0 defeat to hosts Australia on the opening day, Korea Republic took it out on Thailand with an 11-0 mauling here at the Hindmarsh Stadium on Thursday.   More...

Support for national team (July 20, 2006)
Managing director of Dhospaak Communications Vorawut Rojanapanich has been appointed chairman of a special project to get the best out of the Thai football team at the Asian Games in December. President of the Football Association of Thailand (FAT) Vijitr Getkaew announced the project during the presentation of prizes to the Thailand Premier League teams at the Radisson hotel yesterday   More...

DPR Korea show no mercy to Thailand: AFC Womens Asian Cup 2006 (July 18 2006)
ADELAIDE: DPR Korea ripped apart Thailand 9-0 to launch their campaign for a third consecutive AFC Womens Asian Cup title in imperious style here at the Hindmarsh Stadium on Tuesday.   More...

AFC cuts allocation for Thai clubs (July 18, 2006)
Thai football suffered a blow yesterday when the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) announced it was reducing the allocation of Thai clubs in the Asian Champions League from two to one.   More...

Battle of strikers as DPR Korea clash with Thailand (July 17 2006)
ADELAIDE: A battle of strikers awaits fans at the Hindmarsh Stadium tomorrow when two-time champions DPR Korea kick off their title defence against ASEAN opponents Thailand.  More...

Sornsai brace helps Thailand edge Myanmar in opener (July 16 2006)
ADELAIDE: A goal in either half from Pitsamai Sornsai helped Thailand edge Myanmar 2-1 in the opening match of the AFC Womens Asian Cup 2006 here at the Hindmarsh Stadium on Sunday.   More...

Merdeka Cup from August 23-29 (15 July 2006)
KUALA LUMPUR: The Merdeka Cup will be held from August 23-29 at the Shah Alam Stadium, announced the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) general secretary Dato Seri Dr. Ibrahim Saad on Friday.   More...

Bangkok University win Thailand Premier League (July 05, 2006)
Bangkok University captured the Thailand Premier League for the first time after beating defending champions Tobacco Monopoly 1-0 in the last match of the Thailand Premier League at their Rangsit campus last Sunday. They finished one point ahead of runners up Osotsapa and three points clear of BEC Tero Sasana.
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Thailand can learn from top teams (June 29, 2006)
Senior Thai sports reporters believe Thailand should pick up important tips from watching the way the top teams play in the World Cup. Khao Sod reporter Sroi Muangmee said top Thai football officials must change their approach if they want to build a successful Thai national team. ''They should study the techniques and see how the standards can be improved, especially the coaches and players,'' he said.   More...

Prachya has his first date (June 05, 2006)
Thai linesman Prachya Permpanich will get his first taste of World Cup action this Saturday in the game between Trinidad & Tobago and Sweden in Dortmund. Prachya learned of his opening assignment when Fifa released the opening assignments for their approved officials.   More...

On his way (May 27,2006)
Thai assistant referee Prachya Permpanich flew to Germany yesterday to prepare for the World Cup finals. Prachya was announced by Fifa as one of six assistant referees from the Asian Zone to officiate in Germany.   More...

Visit arranged (May 24, 2006)
The Football Association of Thailand will send the 12 Thailand Premier League teams to England and Germany in September to help them with their football.  More...

Iran, Thailand record big wins (May 23 2006)
TASHKENT, Uzbekistan: Asian futsal kingpins Iran made it two in a row after destroying Indonesia 20-1 on the second day of the AFC Futsal Championship even as Thailand, their main challengers for the top spot from Group D, routed Turkmenistan 8-1.   More...

On target (May 16, 2006)
National striker Teerathep 'Leesaw' Winothai broke a goal-scoring drought last weekend when he netted BEC Tero Sasana's opening goal to beat Suphan Buri 5-0 in the Thailand Premier League.   More...

Thailand to train at Ipswich (May 11, 2006)
Thailand's national football team will train a month with English Championship side Ipswich Town FC to help them prepare for the 15th Asian Games in Qatar. Charnwit Phalajivin, who is the head coach for both the Asian Games team and the pre-Olympic squad, said training will begin on July 15 at the National Football Centre, Nong Jok before the team takes part in the Merdeka Cup in Malaysia from August 20-30.   More...

Charnwit in charge of Asian Games and pre-Olympic teams (May 5 2006)
Charnwit Phalajivin will be head coach for both the Asian Games and pre-Olympic soccer teams, the Football Association of Thailand (FAT) announced yesterday. Former coach of the pre-Olympic team. Prapol Pongpanich, will now become a staff coach.   More...

We must walk before we run (May 3 2006)
Football was introduced to Thailand long before it was in several Asian countries and the Football Association of Thailand (FAT) celebrated its 90th anniversary last week. The FAT was established 14 years before the first World Cup was staged in 1930. After nearly a century, Thailand are still waiting for their first appearance at the World Cup finals.   More...