Myanmar VS Laos Live Match Score | AFF Championship Live

Myanmar vs Laos

Myanmar VS Laos Live Match Score | AFF Championship Live

About The Match:

Myanmar vs Laos live score (and video online live stream) starts on 2022/12/30 at 10:00:00 UTC time in AFF Championship. Here on Myanmar vs Laos livescore you can find all Myanmar vs Laos previous results sorted by their H2H matches.

Match Details:

Event: AFF Championship

Name: Myanmar vs Laos

Date: 2022/12/30

Time: 10:00:00 UTC

Stadium: Thuwunna Youth Training Centre Stadium

More details: Myanmar fixtures, Laos fixtures

Myanmar National Football Team

The Myanmar national football team, also known as the Myanmar U23 team or the Burma national football team, represents Myanmar (also known as Burma) in international football competitions. Myanmar is a country in Southeast Asia, bordered by India, Bangladesh, China, Laos, and Thailand.

Myanmar has been a member of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) since 1954 and has competed in the AFC Asian Cup, the AFC U-23 Championship, and the Southeast Asian Games. The team has had some success in regional tournaments, but has not yet qualified for the FIFA World Cup.

The team’s home stadium is the Thuwanna Stadium in Yangon, the country’s largest city. The team’s most successful period was in the 1970s, when it reached the final of the AFC Asian Cup in 1972 and the semi-finals in 1976. In recent years, the team has struggled to match the success of that period, but has still had some notable victories, including a 2-1 win over China in a friendly match in 2011.

Myanmar has a long history of football, with the first recorded game taking place in 1894. The game has been played in the country for over a century, and has grown in popularity over the years. The Myanmar Football Federation, the governing body for football in the country, was founded in 1939.

Laos National Football Team

The Laos national football team represents Laos in international football and is controlled by the Lao Football Federation. The team has not yet qualified for the FIFA World Cup, but has participated in the AFC Asian Cup and the Southeast Asian Games.

Football (also known as soccer) is the most popular sport in Laos and has a long history in the country. The sport was introduced to Laos by the French during the colonial period and has been played in the country for over a century. The first known football match in Laos was played in Vientiane in 1909.

The Lao Football Federation, the governing body for football in Laos, was founded in 1952. The national team has competed in various international tournaments, including the AFC Asian Cup and the Southeast Asian Games. In recent years, the team has had some success at the regional level, winning the AFF Suzuki Cup in 1996 and finishing as runners-up in 2004 and 2010.

Despite its limited success on the international stage, football remains a popular and beloved sport in Laos, with many local clubs and leagues throughout the country. The national team is supported by a passionate fan base and is an important source of pride for the people of Laos.

Myanmar vs Laos Previous Matches

The Myanmar national football team and the Laos national football team have played each other several times in their history. According to records, the two teams have faced off a total of 27 times. Where Myanmar winning 18 times, Laos winning 3 times, and 6 matches ending in a draw.

Myanmar vs Laos
Myanmar vs Laos

The first recorded match between the two teams took place in 1964. Back then  they played to a 2-2 draw in the Merdeka Tournament in Malaysia. Since then, the teams have faced off regularly in various international tournaments and friendly matches.

Some notable matches between Myanmar and Laos include a 3-0 victory for Myanmar in the 1980 Asian Cup Qualifiers. A 1-1 draw in the 2008 AFF Suzuki Cup, and a 3-2 victory for Laos in the 2018 AFF Suzuki Cup.

Overall, Myanmar has had the upper hand in their matches against Laos, but the two teams have had competitive and close matches over the years.



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