30th September 2019

After a break of nine days, the team returned to training in preparation for the up coming clash against Hoàng Anh Gia Lai which takes place on Saturday 19th October.

27th September 2019

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Tickets will go on sale for the game against Hoàng Anh Gia Lai, for what is City's final home game of the 2019 Wake-Up 247 V-League 1 campaign, on 14th October and can be purchased from the Head Office of Binh Minh Group located at 115 Pasteur, Ward 6, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City between 09:30 and 17:00 until 17th October.  From the 18th October tickets will be available at the Ticket Office which is situated outside Block A between 09:30 and 17:30 until matchday.

PLEASE DO NOT BUY TICKETS BEFORE THE ABOVE DATE

Tickets purchased prior to the dates stated above are liable to be FAKE and you will not gain access to the ground.  Don't risk missing City's final home game of the season.

26th September 2019

Ngô Hoàng Thịnh Returns With Eye Issues.

City player Ngô Hoàng Thịnh has had to leave the Vietnam World Cup Squad and return to City due to an eye issue.  Hoàng Thịnh will catch up with the rest of the City squad next week as the team prepares for it's next V-League 1 game against Hoàng Anh Gia Lai on October 19th.  www.hcmcfc.net would like to offer its support to Hoàng Thịnh in what must be a sad moment in his professional career.  He will be back!!

25th September 2019

Whilst the V-League takes a break due to the upcoming World Cup Qualifiers two City players are part of the Vietnam Squad. Nguyễn Hữu Tuấn and Nguyễn Công Thành.  City's other call up Ngô Hoàng Thịnh will return to the squad after completing his treatment for a temporary eye problem

20th September 2019

City served up a Derby Day banquet tonight at the SVĐ Thống Nhất, dispatching city rivals Sài Gòn FC 4-1 and in doing so securing second place in this season's Wake-Up 247 V-League 1 Championship

Read the full match report including Official Highlights and Match Photos by clicking this link

20th September 2019

Prior to tonight's game against Sài Gòn FC, it was announced that three City players had been called into Vietnam's National Squad for their upcoming World Cup Qualifiers.  Ngo Hoang Thinh, Nguyen Cong Thanh and Nguyen Huu Tuan.  www.hcmcfc.net would like to congratulate all three on their selection.

20th September 2019

It's Match Day 24 and City take on Sài Gòn FC in the HCM Derby at the SVĐ Thống Nhất tonight.  City will be aiming to guarantee 2nd place in thís season's Wake-Up 247 V-League 1 table.  Kick Off is at 19:00 

17th September 2019

In true VFF fashion, the fixture dates for Rounds 25 and 26 (plus the Cup Semi-Final) have been changed at the last minute to accommodate Vietnam's World Cup Qualifying campaign.  Apparently the VFF have just realised that Vietnam will be playing the same time as the V-League is due to be played!!  Round 25 has been moved from 6th October to 19th October.  Round 26 (the final round) has been moved from a weekend to mid-week on 22nd or 23rd October.  There are no dates yet for either Cup Semi-Finals or the Final itself.  Once again the VFF and VPF have shown their complete incompetence and utter disregard for both the integrity of the V-League and their distaste for those who attend V-League games.

15th September 2019

City saw their title aspirations all but disappear after drawing 1-1 away to Nam Định in front of a passionate home crowd of over 15,000.  Lê Hoàng Thiên's 85th minute equaliser securing a point for City when only three would suffice.

Read the full match report including Official Highlights and Match Photos by clicking this link

13th September 2019

The team earlier completed their final training session at Thành Long before moving onto Nam Định for this Sunday's V-League 1 game.  A reminder that this game will kick off at 17:00 on Sunday 15th September.

Photos - Courtesy of CLB BÓNG ĐÁ TP.HCM Offical Facebook page

8th September 2019

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Going to Nam Định.  City's next match in Week 23 of the 2019 Wake Up 247 V-League 1 season is a trip to the northern city of Nam Định.  Based on the Red River Delta, the city is situated 90 km south east of Hà Nội.  There are various ways of getting to Nam Định from HCM.  Bus : This journey will take approximately 37 hours.  Buses start from the Mien Dong Terminal in Bình Thạnh District.  Cost (one-way) starts at approx đ720K and can be purchased via the Hoang Long Asia Bus Company website by following this link  Train : A trip to Nam Định by train will take approximately 32 hours and ticket prices can vary.  The cheapest ticket for Sunday's game is just short of 1 million VND.  To get their in time for the 17:00 kick off the very last train you can catch is the SE2 leaving HCM at 21:55 on Friday night.  Fly : Of course the quickst way to get to Nam Định is to fly.  Their are no direct flights so you will have to fly to Hà Nội.  From the airport you will need to get to the bus station in the south of the city (Giáp Bát Bus Station in Hoàng Mai District) before boarding a bus to Nam Định which takes approximately 90 minutes.  Cost of the bus ticket is approximately đ80k.

7th September 2019

With no game this weekend due to the World Cup Qualifier, the team used the time to prepare for next Sunday's trip to Nam Định.

Photos - Courtesy of CLB BÓNG ĐÁ TP.HCM Offical Facebook page

3rd September 2019

With Vietnam's World Cup Qualifier away to Thailand only 2 days away.  City defender Nguyễn Hữu Tuấn continues his preparation with the squad.  His inclusion in the final 23 is testament to his undoubted ability.  www.hcmcfc.net wishes him all the best and hopes that he gets to pull on the Vietnam jersey this Thursday night.

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