Lao Toyota FC

Name of Ground : SVĐ New Laos National Stadium

Capacity              : 25,000 

Address                : 2E, Muang Xai, Laos 

Website                :

The club came into being in 2013 as part of the Lao Toyota service company in Vientiane, Laos.  The initial aim was to provide a platform for professional football in the country.  The club currently play at the New Laos National Stadium which was constructed in 2009 for the South East Asian Games.

Brief History

  • 2013 Laos Toyota FC founded and compete in the Vientiane Capital League 1 where they finish 3rd winning six of their eight games.  The position is enough to allow the club to compete in the 2014 Lao FF Cup.

  • 2014 and the club compete in the Lao Premier League finishing 2nd.  

  • 2015 and the club wins it's first Championship, finishing the season on 48 points after winning 15 of their 20 league games.  The club also competes in it's first AFC Cup Campaign.  Competing in Group H against Ayeyawady United (Myanmar), New Radiant (Maldives) and Persib Bandung (Indonesia) they finish 4th in the Group.

  • 2016 Laos Toyota finish second in an extended league and once again participate in the AFC Cup.  Again they were to finish 4th in Group H but recorded their first ever victory in the campaingn by defeating Bengaluru FC of India 2-1 at home.

  • 2017 and Laos Toyota win their second League Championship with 37 points.  Only 8 teams competed for the title down from 14 the previous season.  In the AFC Cup, the club had to enter the competition at the Qualifying Play-Off stage due to AFC rankings where they were to be defeated 1-2 on aggregate against Boeung Ket Ankor of Cambodia (losing 0-1 at home and drawing 1-1 away).

  • 2018 Champions for a third time finishing the domestic season with 34 points from 14 games.  Once again the club had to enter the AFC Cup at the Qualifying Play-Off stage and once again they were to be defeated by Boeung Ket Ankor of Cambodia.  This time going down 3-4 on aggregate (losing 0-1 at home and drawing 3-3 away).

  • 2019 and the club completes the domestic double by winning it's forth league title and it's first Lao FF Cup beating Evo United 8-0 in the final.  The club were to compete in Group H of the AFC Cup.  Once again finishing 4th gaining a solitary point in a 1-1 draw at home to Kaya-Iloilo of The Philippines.

2019 Results

Previous Seasons

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