Vietnam women's football championship

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Vietnam women's football championship
Country Vietnam
Confederation AFC
Founded 1998
Number of teams 6
Levels on pyramid 1
Current champions Than Khoang San Viet Nam
(2012)
Most championships Hanoi (7 titles)
Website http://www.vff.org.vn
2012 Vietnam women's football championship

Vietnam's women's football championship is the highest league of women's football in Vietnam. The league was established in 1998 and is currently contested by 6 teams. The team with the most championships is coming from Hanoi. The league's attendance is very high with over 2,000 spectators per game in the 2010 season.[citation needed]

History[edit]

In 1998, the first tournament was held with two teams involved: Hochiminh City and Ha Noi. Ha Noi won the leagues first championship and also record champion with seven championships. Currently the tournament currently involves 6 teams. Vietnam women's football championship was the first football tournament for women in South East Asia.[citation needed]

Competition Format[edit]

Teams will play each other two times per season on a weekly basis. The team with the most points after that is the champion. How the scoring and ranking Order after Scores of teams (in order from high to low). The tiebreakers are:

  1. most points
  2. better in direct matches
  3. most goals

Clubs[edit]

  • Hanoi Trang An 1
  • Hanoi Trang An 2
  • Than khoang san Vietnam
  • Hochiminh city
  • Thainguyen
  • Hanam

Past Champions[edit]

The list of champions:[1]

Year Previous winners Runner-up Third Place
1998 Hanoi Hochiminh City
1999 Hanoi Hochiminh City Than Vietnam
2000 Hanoi Hatay Hochiminh City
2001 Hanoi Hatay Than Vietnam
2002 Hochiminh City Hanoi
2003 Hanoi Than Cua Ong Hochiminh City
2004 Hochiminh City (2) Hanoi Hanam
2005 Hochiminh City Hatay Hanam
2006 Hatay (2) Hanoi Than Cua Ong
2007 Than Khoang San Vietnam Ha Tay Hanoi
2008 Hanoi (2) Than Khoang San Vietnam Hoa Hop Hatay
2009 Hanoi (2) Than Khoang San Vietnam Hoa Hop Ha Noi (Ha Tay merged into Hanoi)
2010 Hochiminh City (2) Hanoi Trang An 1 Than Khoang San Viet Nam
2011 Hanoi Trang An 1 (2) Phong Phú Hà Nam Hochiminh City
2012 Than Khoang San Vietnam (2) Phong Phú Hà Nam Hanoi Trang An 1
2013 Ha Noi I Hochiminh City Phong Phú Hà Nam
2014 Ha Noi I Phong Phú Hà Nam Than Khoang San Viet Nam

Top scorers[edit]

Year Previous Name Club Goals
2012 Vietnam Nguyễn Thị Hòa Hanoi Trang An 1 8
2011 Vietnam Nguyễn Thị Hòa Hanoi Trang An 1 4
2010 Vietnam Doan Thi Kim Chi Hochiminh City 6
2009 Vietnam Do Thi Ngoc Cham Hanoi 7
2008 Vietnam Do Thi Ngoc Cham Hanoi 7
2007 Vietnam Trinh Thuy Linh Ha Tay 8
2006 Vietnam Doan Thi Kim Chi Hochiminh City 8
2005 Vietnam Nguyen Thi Thanh Ha Tay 8
2004 Vietnam '
2003 Vietnam '
2002 Vietnam '
2001 Vietnam '
2000 Vietnam Nguyen Thi Ha Hanoi 5
1999 Vietnam '
1998 Vietnam '

Best Player award[edit]

  • 2012 - Nguyễn Thị Nguyệt (PP.Hà Nam)
  • 2011 - Nguyễn Thị Kim Tiến (16-Ha Noi Trang An 1)
  • 2010 - Tran Thi Kim Hong(7- Hochiminh City)
  • 2009 - Đao Thi Mien (8- Hoa Hop Ha Noi)
  • 2008 - Đo Thi Ngoc Cham (8-Ha Noi)
  • 2007 - Đao Thi Mien (8- Ha Tay)
  • 2006 - Le Thi Hoai Thu (11, Than Cua Ong)
  • 2005 - Nguyen Thi Huong (Ha Nam)
  • 2004 -
  • 2003 -
  • 2002 -
  • 2001 -
  • 2000 - Quach Thanh Mai (Ha Noi)
  • 1999 -
  • 1998 –

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Vietnam - List of Women Champions". RSSSF. Retrieved 19 August 2011. 

External links[edit]