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FFC release 2012 league fixtures

The Football Federation of Cambodia yesterday released the full set of fixtures for the 2012 Metfone C-League season with the start date postponed to March 10.

Naga Corp and National Police Commissary will get the campaign underway at 2pm on the Saturday, with the two provincial clubs – Takeo’s Kirivong Sok Sen Chey and Kampong Cham’s Boeung Kat Rubber Field – facing off at 4pm.

All matches are to be played at Olympic Stadium, with double headers on Saturdays and Sundays, and one or two games slated for Wednesdays.

The first leg of the season will run from March 10 to May 23, while the second half takes place from May 30 to July 29.

The Super 4 Playoffs, which are being brought back to the top tier league after a year hiatus, will be competed from August 4-12.

The Police team have scheduled a pre-season friendly this afternoon at Siem Reap stadium against visiting constabulary counterparts from the Australian state of Victoria.

Today’s HBT Fixtures
Playing at Track & Fields Sports Complex
Cambodia v Timor Leste – 7:15pm

Playing at Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Stadium
Brunei v Vietnam – 7:15pm

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