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U13 Youth Cup planned

U13 Youth Cup planned

THE Football Federation of Cambodia (FFC) held a seminar Tuesday at the National Football Centre to raise awareness of the upcoming 2010 National U13 Youth Cup competition. A total of 58 people attended the meeting, with all 23 provinces and municipalities represented by military police officers and Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports department officials. Also in attendance were representatives of Cambodian football clubs such as Phnom Penh Crown, Preah Khan Reach, National Defence Ministry, Phouchung Neak, Build Bright United, Kirivong Sok Sen Chey and Koh Kong, as well as FFC youth development and technical officials. The U13 Youth Cup will feature 40 teams from across the Kingdom selected by the FFC Organising Committee, and will kick off in July.

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