Buriram United climbed five points clear at the top of the Thai League table on Sunday evening, as Supachok Sarachart scored the only goal of their clash against second placed Bangkok United in the dying minutes. Masatada Ishii continued his perfect start to life as Buriram United coach, having previously won his first three games […]Read more
After a tight loss in DY Patil Stadium against The Philippines, the Chaba Kaew are seeking redemption in the second match of the group stage. Meanwhile, Garuda Pertiwi want to forget the 18 goals they shipped against Australia. Thailand only played with three experienced players in their loss against the Malditas: Waraporn Boonsing, Silawan Intanmee […]Read more
Both Thailand and The Philippines will play their first match of the 2022 AFC Women’s Asian Cup in DY Patil Stadium, Navi Mumbai, on Friday, 21st January 2022, at 7pm Thailand time. Interestingly both head coaches are the debutants for their new side. Even though this is the first time both coaches take charge of […]Read more
The 20th edition of AFC Women’s Asian Cup will be held in India this week. For the Thailand Women’s National Team this is the perfect moment to try and repeat their best performance when they were winners of the 1983 edition. This year’s tournament has expanded from 8 to 12 contenders from the last edition […]Read more
Despite little to no preparation time going into his new job, Mano Polking met the fans’ expectations as he guided Thailand to win the AFF Suzuki Cup 202O trophy. Here’s part one of Thai League Central’s exclusive interview with the Changsuek boss as he takes us behind the scenes with stories on team selections, handling […]Read more
The draw for the 2022 AFC Champions League has been completed, and the four Thai sides involved now know who they will be facing in this years’ competition. The 2020-21 Thai League Champions and FA Cup winners have booked their tickets directly into the competitions group stage. Defending champions BG Pathum United were in Pot […]Read more
After delays and postponements marred the opening weekend of the Thai League’s second leg, all 16 T1 sides returned to action in the League Cup. Now with rule changes in place, we can look forward to a full slate of fixtures this weekend. Can Dusit Return BG to Winning Ways? Both Muangthong and BG Pathum […]Read more
The Thai League and Football Association of Thailand (FAT) have vowed to continue with the current competition calendar and target to finish the season in May, and have proposed regulation changes to ensure it can happen despite a potential new wave of COVID-19. The league’s return was marred by cancellations last weekend, as only five […]Read more
Only ten of the sixteen Thai League 1 sides were present for the start of the season’s second leg last weekend. However, that didn’t stop the games which did occur from having major consequences at both ends of the table. The pick of the weekend’s games were the relegation six-pointer between Prachuap and Khon Kaen […]Read more
The domestic league resumes on the back of Thailand’s historic sixth AFF Suzuki Cup title, which put many of the division’s top prospects in the regional spotlight. However, as we have become sadly accustomed to over the past two years now, the spectre of COVID-19 continues to hang over the league. Buriram United’s trip to […]Read more
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