The 2019 Metfone C-League season finally got underway with a ‘Clasico’ providing fans and coaches much to ponder.
The Metfone C-League season kicks-off tomorrow – 167 days after NagaWorld were crowned 2018 champions.
A cryptic Chan Vathanaka post has sparked rumours of his next destination.
Boeung Ket agree to release foreign duo Esoh Paul Omogba and Julius Oiboh.
Phnom Penh Crown announce they have parted ways with divisive British head coach Sean Sainsbury after only one season.
NagaWorld claims the Metfone C-League title after a 2-1 win over Visakha.
NagaWorld leapfrog defending champions Boeung Ket to top of the Metfone C-League standings at the end of Matchweek 18.
Boeung Ket maintain their position at the summit of the Metfone C-League after a 1-0 win over unfortunate Visakha.
Metfone C-League clubs return to domestic league priorities this weekend after midweek fixtures in the Hun Sen Cup competition.
Cambodian national team striker Khuon Laboravy has rejoined former club Boeung Ket after parting ways with Surat Thani.
Defending champions Boeung Ket’s impeccable domestic league record comes to an abrupt end on Friday.
The draw for the quarter finals of the Hun Sen Cup is made, with Cambodia’s best clubs on the hunt for a place in the final four.
Boeung Ket will be optimistic for a positive result when they welcome Soltilo Angkor to National Stadium.
Chan Vathanaka makes a winning return to the Metfone C-League heading home the winner against National Police.
Matchweek 13 of the Metfone C-League will see top of the table Boeung Ket seek to inflict further misery on Western FC.
As the Metfone C-League enters its second period with matchweek 12 this weekend, clubs will be showing off their new signings.
Boeung Ket scores a confidence boosting 3-2 win over Naga to cement their place at the top of the Metfone C-League.
After weeks of rumours, Chan Vathanaka, Cambodia’s prodigious forward, announces his return to the Metfone C-League.
A top of the table clash pits second-placed Boeung Ket against Metfone C-League leaders NagaWorld at Olympic Stadium.
NagaWorld regains their billing as league leaders in emphatic fashion at the weekend registering 10 goals thrashing Western FC.
Cambodian C-League clubs Boeung Ket and Visakha played out a 1-1 draw at the Western Stadium.
There were goals aplenty in the Metfone C-League’s ‘Super Saturday’ fixtures.
NagaWorld coach says he is concerned about the threat posed by Boeung Ket.
Boeung Ket’s victory in matchweek six of the Metfone C-League was muted after it was revealed the back-to-back league champions will be without the services of injured Cambodian custodian Sou Yaty.
Boeung Ket were 4-1 victors as they travelled to Myanmar on Wednesday, claiming a win over Shan United.
Boeung Ket wins 2-0 over National Defense to boost their hopes of securing the championship for a third consecutive year.
Boeung Ket coach Keo Kosal says his team were no match for Philippines’’ club side Ceres Negros in AFC Cup matchup.
C-League champions Boeung Ket welcome Ceres Negros of the Philippines to the Olympic Stadium in the AFC Cup.
The Metfone C-League resumes after the international break for matchweek four competition.
Cambodian national team captain Khuon Laboravy is set to go on trial with an unnamed Thai Premier League club.