A football tournament to be held in Siem Reap to raise money for charitable causes.
A football tournament that commemorates the January 7 Victory Day has commenced.
Several major football tournaments in the Kingdom will resume next week.
Football generates some $20 billion in global revenue annually.
Football tournament marking 42nd January 7 Victory Day is slated to start next week.
England’s 1966 World Cup hat-trick hero Geoff Hurst says children should be banned from heading the ball due to so many of his generation suffering from dementia.
The Ukrainian team were hit with a cluster of positive COVID-19 tests the night before their game against Germany in Leipzig. UEFA’s decision to go ahead regardless sends the wrong message.
A meeting of the Netherlands and Spain would normally be something to savour, a glamour match-up between two of the great names of European football.
The FFC recognises and handed out awards to the top performers in this year’s MCL.
Premier League chief executive Richard Masters has pleaded with the government to rethink its stadium supporter ban, calling for football to be treated “fairly”.
Six Shakhtar Donetsk players will miss Ukraine’s friendly with World Cup winners France.
One of the regular football tournaments for young people in Cambodia will be back soon after a long layover.
Gov’t announces that it will allow a limited number of fans to watch games courtside.
HKFCJS donates nearly $10,000 to help ISF Cambodia continue its football programme.
Footballers can be sent off if referees judge they have coughed deliberately at opponents or match officials in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, say the sport’s rule-makers and England’s Football Association.
A football player from Ghana playing in one of Cambodia’s second-tier football leagues has passed away.
Afghan women players on Wednesday called for the arrest of fugitive ex-football chief Keramuddin Karim after his life ban for “appalling” sexual abuse was upheld.
Another major football tournament in the Kingdom is set to resume after being sidelined by the coronavirus pandemic.
The two Japanese-owned teams that are part of the Metfone Cambodian League (MCL) are getting ready for the resumption of the Kingdom’s top-flight football league next month.
Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is aiming for a return to Italian football’s top table for the first time since selling AC Milan after his new club Monza were promoted to Serie B on Monday.
Football competitions, including MCL, are set to return in early July.
MCL, will likely return soon with the easing of restrictions related to sports.
A team sponsored by Cultivating Cambodia is to participate in Children Hospital Cup.
Fans, players and officials are longing for the return of football in Cambodia.
Top-flight football in Germany kicked off again on the weekend, becoming the first major sports league in the world to resume play, as parts of Europe took more tentative steps towards normality after the devastation unleashed by the coronavirus pandemic.
Bundesliga will be the first major European league to return to action next week.
The transfer value of players in 10 of Europe’s top leagues could plummet by up to 10 billion euros due to the economic crash caused by coronavirus, a study from accounting firm KPMG said on Wednesday.
Among foreigners, it is not only Japan or Nigeria that are most represented.
Players from African countries are making waves in the Kingdom’s top football league.
Luis Fernando Vitorino is ready to coach clubs in Cambodia or in another country.