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U15, U17 youth leagues to kick off on Sunday

U15, U17 youth leagues to kick off on Sunday

The Football Federation of Cambodia launches its U15 and U17 Youth Leagues this weekend at the National Training Centre in Cheng Meng commune and RSN Stadium in Tuol Kork district respectively.

Sunday’s action in the U15 competition opens at 8am with a game between Sea Shark and Boeung Ket. Civil Aviation and Svay Rieng then play at 10am before a 2pm battle between Ang Snuol Juniors and Phnom Penh Crown.

A 3pm kickoff concludes the day’s fixtures with Ampor Van Juniors facing National Police Commissary.

The U17 division, meanwhile, has Hopeful Youth RCAF taking on Svay Rieng at 2pm and Western University playing Civil Aviation at 4pm.

Further rounds will be held on subsequent Sundays building up to the start to the knockout phase on December 22. The grand final is slated for December 29.

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