16 December 2018

Stallion Laguna Tryouts in January

STALLION LAGUNA FC will be holding tryouts for the 1st team starting Jan 3-14 @ 6:30am-8:30am at the Biñan Football Stadium. If you arrive late pls do not bother the coaching staff, we will not entertain your questions during training sessions. This is our yearly tryouts and nothing else.

Local Players
1. Philippine Passport or NSO Birth Certificate
2. Players Resume/CV

Foreign Players
1. Letter of invitation from Stallion Management
2. Copy of current passport with Philippine Visa
3. If your visa is expired pls renew it 1st before attending tryouts

Cainta Futsal Tournament - Jan 26 and 27

PTPA- FOOTBALL CLUB - CAINTA is inviting your team to join. Reserve your team now!
Limited slots only..


14 December 2018


HANOI (14 Dec 2018) – Thailand will host three of the six Asean Football Federation (AFF) events in the new year. The FA of Thailand will organise the AFF Girls’ Under-15 Championship, AFF Boys’ Under-15 and AFF Women’s Championship between May and August next year.
All three tournaments in Thailand will be played out at the IPE Stadium in Chonburi. The AFF Girls’ Under-15 will take place rom May 10-22 while the AFF Boys’ Under 15 will run from July 22 to Aug 9. Less than a week later on Aug 16, the AFF women’s competition will kick-off, it will conclude on Aug 27.
While Thailand have three events next year, Vietnam will be the venue for two AFF events – the AFF Boys’ Under-18 and AFF Futsal Championship. The AFF Under-22 Championship, which will be first event for 2019, will be staged in Cambodia.
The six competitions are important for the teams in the Southeast Asian region as they will provide the teams with a crucial platform to test their teams out ahead of some of the continental competitions.
AFF Deputy President Maj Gen Khiev Sameth, in his opening address at this morning’s AFF 17th Council Meeting here, congratulated the winning nations in this year’s competitions. He also thanked the FA of Indonesia for hosting all the AFF events this year. “I have to once again commend the Football Association of Indonesia for all their hardwork in delivering our competitions for 2018.”
Maj Gen Khiev Sameth also congratulated AFF Suzuki Cup finalists, Vietnam and Malaysia. “With respective leaps in development, it is no surprise that we are once again congratulating Malaysia and Vietnam who will be battling it out tomorrow to e crowned the champions of football in Southeast Asia.
“The AFF Suzuki Cup is a celebration of football in the region and I would like to thank all the participating Member Associations for their contribution in making the 2018 edition of the AFF Suzuki Cup the most successful ever,” Maj Gen Khiev Sameth added.
Later, Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) President, Le Khanh Hai welcomed the AFF Council members to Hanoi. “It is an honour for the Vietnam Football Federation to welcome leaders of the Asean football family gathering for the AFF 17th Council Meeting to discuss and approve important decisions for Asean football for the coming year.”
The AFF Council Meeting was held this morning ahead of the AFF Suzuki Cup final which will take place here tomorrow night.

AFF Schedule for 2019
NosCompetitionVenueCompeting TeamsDates
1AFF Under-22 ChampionshipCambodia11Feb 18 to Mar 2
2AFF Under-15 Girls’ ChampionshipsThailand10May 10 to 22
3AFF Under-15 Boys’ ChampionshipsThailand12July 22 to Aug 9
4AFF Under-18 ChampionshipsVietnam12Aug 4 to 18
5AFF Women’s ChampionshipsThailand9Aug 16 to 27
6AFF Futsal ChampionshipsVietnam8Oct 16 to 27

13 December 2018

10 December 2018

Kaya FC wants AFC Cup home games in Iloilo

 Adrian Stewart Co

MANILA – Kaya Iloilo is moving heaven and earth to bring to Iloilo City its home matches in the 2019 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Cup, which starts Feb. 5 next year.
They are working to have the AFC approve the Iloilo Sports Complex as venue for their home, said Paul Tolentino, general manager of the 2018 PFL Copa Paulino Alcantara champion team.
Kaya, mentored by Noel Marcaida, has been bracketed alongside tough teams in Southeast Asia – Home United of Singapore, Lao Toyota FC of Laos and an Indonesian squad.
“It’s an exciting group to be with. It’s definitely going to be a challenge but a challenge that the club and the players are excited for,” Tolentino said in an interview posted on Kaya’s website.
“The club is striving to bring matches home to Iloilo. Obviously there’s a lot of work to be done to get approval from the AFC to be able to play in front of the Iloilo home crowd, but we’re doing our best,” he added.
Kaya is one of the Philippine-based teams in the competition along with fellow Western Visayas team Ceres Negros, which was bracketed with Shan United, Becamex Bình Duong of Vietnam and an Indonesian team.
But the Negros squad still has a chance to break into the 2019 AFC Champions League group stage when it participates in the preliminary stages in February.
Should the club successfully qualify to the group stage of Asia’s elite tournament, Davao Aguilas will take over its spot in the 2019 AFC Cup./PN

09 December 2018

Cagayan de Oro City - 14 th Rosevale Football Cup

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Bohol - Christmas League

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Attention All club/team coaches or representatives. Pls come to the coaches meeting at Abby's restaurant CpG avenue in front of st. Jude hospital. Pls bring credentials and necessary documents of your team. This will be also the deadline of the early bird registration. Pls come on time. FYI


06 December 2018

REPORT: Vietnam 2 Philippines 1 (Vietnam win 4-2 on aggregate)

Hanoi: Vietnam will play Malaysia in the 2018 AFF Suzuki Cup final after late goals from Nguyen Quang Hai and Nguyen Cong Phuong helped secure a 2-1 victory over the Philippines in the second leg of the semi-final on Thursday to advance 4-2 on aggregate.
After a first half of few chances at My Dinh Stadium and a second period that was following a similar pattern, Quang Hai finally opened the scoring in the 83rd minute, before substitute Cong Phuong ended the Philippines’ hopes four minutes later. 
James Younghusband scored a consolation goal for the Philippines in the final minute but it was Vietnam who progressed to their third final and a date with the 2010 winners Malaysia next week.
The visitors began the match knowing they needed to score at least twice to have any chance of reaching the final and they gave as good as they got in the opening 15 minutes.
Vietnam finally got the crowd off their seats in the 28th minute when Doan Van Hau broke down the left, cut back and curled in a neat ball with the outside of his left foot that Quang Hai met with an acrobatic effort that was directed straight at goalkeeper Patrick Deyto.
Quang Hai was seeing more of the ball and his strike from distance soon after hit teammate Nguyen Anh Duc, before Phan Van Duc blasted his follow-up effort high and wide.
A lovely low delivery from Van Hau was then just inches away from being finished by Quang Hai, before a superb sliding clearance from Carli de Murga denied Anh Duc an easy tap-in at the back post as Vietnam took full control of the game.
The Philippines came back into the match in the last five minutes of the half, though, and Iain Ramsay fired an effort just over from fully 30 yards as the sides went in goalless.
Sven-Goran Eriksson would likely have heard plenty about the ‘Miracle of Hanoi’ in the build-up to the game, and the Swede’s half-time job was to inspire the same kind of performance that produced the famous 2-0 victory in 2010.
But the Philippines struggled to create goalscoring opportunities and as the hour came and went, the likelilhood of any kind of repeat seemed improbable.
James Younghusband replaced de Murga midway through the half as the Philippines sought extra creativity going forward, but it was Vietnam who finally broke the deadlock with seven minutes remaining.
Van Duc cut into the penalty area from the left, skipped past Amani Aguinaldo and slid the ball to Quang Hai to tap home from inside the six yard box.
And the hosts wrapped the game up just two minutes later when Cong Phuong burst into the box with intent before getting a lucky break off Adam Reed and riffling past Deyto.
The Philippines pulled one back in the last minute when James Younghusband stabbed into the net from a few yards out following Ramsay’s corner from the right but it was too little too late as Vietnam returned to their first final since winning the competition in 2008.
Pak Hang-seo’s side will travel to Kuala Lumpur’s Bukit Jalil Stadium for the first leg on December 11 before the 2018 AFF Suzuki Cup champions will be crowned at My Dinh Stadium after the return meeting on December 15.