Vietnam will host the qualifying round for the Asian U.17 tournament, focusing on the U.20 to attend the World Cup
Vietnam will be the host country for a qualifying tournament Soccer U.17 Asia in 2023 at the beginning of next October. In addition, the Vietnam U.20 team will also be gathered soon to aim to win tickets to the FIFA U.20 World Cup.
The 2023 AFC U-17 Championship qualifier is the 19th time this tournament is held at the continental level. After the 2018 tournament in Malaysia where the Japanese U.17 team won the championship, the AFC decided to have the 2020 tournament in Bahrain, but due to the pandemic the tournament was canceled and now the tournament will be continued to be held in Bahrain on year 2023.
A total of 44 teams will participate and will be divided into 10 groups by AFC, of which there are 6 groups of 4 teams and 4 groups of 5 teams. Besides the group held in Vietnam, the remaining 9 groups have also been determined to be held in Australia, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Jordan, Kyrgyzstan, Oman, Saudi Arabia and Tajikistan. The qualifying matches will be played in a round-robin format from October 1 to October 9, 2022 to select 15 teams (10 group winners and 5 best runners-up in the groups) to compete in the finals with the home team. Direct entry is Bahrain.
U.17 Vietnam trained in Germany has grown up quickly
Team U.17 Vietnam has also been placed in the second seed group by AFC at the qualifying draw to be held at 13:00 on May 24. This seed group also includes Yemen, Thailand, Iraq, Malaysia, Jordan, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia and Bangladesh. Meanwhile, the number 1 seed group includes: Japan, Tajikistan, KoreaAustralia, DPR North KoreaIndonesia, Oman, India and Iran.
U.17 Vietnam will be more confident when playing internationally thanks to rubbing
In addition to the 2023 AFC U-17 Championship, the AFC also announced a plan to organize the 2023 AFC U-20 Championship Qualifiers from September 10 to September 18, 2022 in 10 host countries including: Bahrain, Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Mongolia, Oman, Saudi Arabia and Tajikistan. There were 44 participating teams divided into 10 groups (6 groups of 4 teams and 4 groups of 5 teams). The competition format is also round-robin to calculate the ranking points in each group, select 15 teams (10 group winners and 5 best runners-up in the groups) to compete in the finals with the special home team. The direct way in is Uzbekistan.
Dinh Xuan Tien born in 2003 promises to be the mainstay of U.20 Vietnam
Mr. Tran Quoc Tuan, acting President of VFF, said that Vietnam’s U.20 and U.17 teams will also gather soon after the domestic second-class football tournaments end. The U.17 team, still led by coach Hoang Anh Tuan, went to Germany for a month-long training session in April in the program “Vietnamese young football talent incubator in Germany” which is expected to perform well in the world. home to win the right to reach the finals. The team will participate in the Southeast Asian tournament, then continue to train in 2 to 3 stages to prepare to compete in the Asian Qualifiers.
Nguyen Quoc Viet, born in 2003, is also a necessary spearhead of U.20 Vietnam
The Vietnam U.20 team, which is expected to be led by coach Dinh The Nam, will also gather to participate in the 2022 Southeast Asian U.19 tournament hosted by Indonesia. After that, the U.20 team will participate in the international U.19 tournament in Vietnam in early August. This tournament is considered very useful for the U.20 team in Vietnam towards the goal of competing for a place in the U. .20 Asia 2023. The draw for the Asian U.20 qualifiers 2023 will take place at 3pm on May 24 right after the draw for the AFC U.17 Championship 2023.
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