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FFC to host national youth competitions

FFC to host national youth competitions

The Football Federation of Cambodia have announced the run its U15 and U17 National Youth Championships from August 10 to December 28, the FFC has announced.

Ten teams from either Metfone C-League clubs or clubs supported or invited by the FFC will be allowed to enter each competition, with registration deadline set at June 30.

U15 matches of 35 minutes each way will be played every Sunday at the National Physical and Sport Institute located along National Highway 6A, while U17 matches lasting 90 minutes will be contested on the Lah Salakhan pitch at the same facility.

The FFC also announced an U13 tournament to be held between July 3 and 13 at the National Football Centre in Tonle Bati district of Takeo province. 32 clubs from across the Kingdom will participate in games of 60 minutes.

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