|Full name||Keo Sokpheng|
|Date of birth||3 March 1992|
|Place of birth||Kratié, Cambodia|
|Height||1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)|
|2012–2015||Boeung Ket Angkor||37||(21)|
|2015–2017||Phnom Penh Crown||51||(27)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 11 February 2018|
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 22 March 2018
Keo Sokpheng (Khmer: កែវ សុខផេង; born on 3 March 1992) is a Cambodian football player. He was born in Roka Kandal village in Kratié, Cambodia. He plays for Visakha in the Cambodian C-League and the Cambodia national football team. He plays mainly as a forward (either wide or central) but also can deploy as a winger. He is Keo Sokngon's younger brother who is a former Cambodian international footballer.
In June 2015 both Sokpheng and his brother Sokngon were signed by Phnom Penh Crown to play in the 2015 Cambodian League. Ironically Phnom Penh Crown's first game of the season was against the Keo brothers' former team, Boeung Ket Angkor.
Sokpheng signed for Malaysia's PKNP F.C. for one season, for the 2018 Malaysia Super League. On his league debut for the club on 1 February 2018, Sokpheng became the first Cambodian to play in the Malaysian league, and the first Cambodian to score in the league, when his goal helps his team defeat Negeri Sembilan F.A. 1-0. He was released by PKNP in May 2018, but despite rumors he rejoined Phnom Penh Crown, Sokpheng joined another C-League team, Visakha FC in June 2018.
Sokpheng was a member of Cambodia's squad at the 2015 Southeast Asian Games football tournament, scoring three goals in four games. Soon after he was called up to the senior side to take part in 2018 World Cup qualification, where he started in a 1-0 home defeat to Afghanistan. He scored his first international goal in a friendly match against Bhutan.
Sokpheng scored 4 goals at the 2019 Southeast Asian Games football tournament in the Philippines. He was one of the most important players contributed to the historic achievement of Cambodian football (4th place).
- As of match played 14 November 2019. Cambodia score listed first, score column indicates score after each Sokpheng goal.
|1||20 August 2015||Olympic Stadium, Phnom Penh, Cambodia||2||Bhutan||2–0||2–0||Friendly|
|2||3 November 2015||7||Brunei||4–1||6–1|
|4||2 June 2016||National Stadium, Kaohsiung, Taiwan||11||Chinese Taipei||1–1||2–2||2019 AFC Asian Cup qualification|
|5||9 October 2016||Olympic Stadium, Phnom Penh, Cambodia||16||Sri Lanka||3–0||4–0||Friendly|
|7||18 October 2016||18||Brunei||2–0||3–0||2016 AFF Championship qualification|
|8||14 January 2017||Zayed Sports City Stadium, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates||24||Saudi Arabia||2–3||2–7||Friendly|
|9||20 November 2018||Olympic Stadium, Phnom Penh, Cambodia||38||Laos||3–1||3–1||2018 AFF Championship|
|10||5 September 2019||42||Hong Kong||1–1||1–1||2022 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|11||14 November 2019||46||Mongolia||1–1||1–1||Friendly|
- Boeung Ket Rubber Field
- Cambodian C-League: 2012
- Phnom Penh Crown
- Cambodian C-League: 2015
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