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Fixtures and schedule of the ASEAN 2020 football season

Fixtures and schedule of the ASEAN 2020 football season

The new and exciting 2020 season is about to start in domestic leagues all across the ASEAN region.

Thailand (Thai League 1)

Fixtures and schedule of the ASEAN 2020 football season

The number 1 league in the region has just kick-started the season with the grand opening ceremony on Tuesday. The upcoming season is expected to follow up the dramatic and exciting nature of the 2019 season with title race lasting till the last minute.

Matchday 1 fixtures:

Friday, February 14

20:00 Samut Prakan City vs Singha Chiangrai United

Samutprakan Stadium

Saturday, February 15

17:45 True Bangkok United vs PT Prachuap FC

True Stadium (Thammasat U.)

18:00 Sukhothai FC vs Suphanburi Football Club

Thalay Luang Stadium

19:00 BG Pathum United vs SCG Muangthong United

BG Stadium

20:00 Port FC vs Nakhonratchasima Mazda FC

Sunday, February 16

18:00 Police Tero FC vs Buriram United

Boonyachinda Stadium

18:00 Ratchaburi MItrphol FC vs Trat FC

Mitr Phol Stadium

19:00 Chonburi FC vs Rayong FC

Chonburi Stadium

Vietnam (V-League 1)

Fixtures and schedule of the ASEAN 2020 football season

Vietnamese football has demonstrated some substantial developments in recent years with numerous feats at many levels and the quality of the league has subsequently improved. Clubs like Hanoi FC and Ho Chi Minh City FC are more and more professionalised and taking early steps to continental competitions.

The 2019 season witnessed a back-to-back championship of Hanoi FC. However, the capital club will have to try even harder in the 2020 season to retain their crown against the rapid rise of other sides.

Matchday 1 fixtures:

Friday, February 21

17:00 Hoang Anh Gia Lai vs Than Quang Ninh

Pleiku Stadium

17:00 Quang Nam vs Ho Chi Minh City FC

Quang Nam Stadium

Saturday, February 22

17:00 Becamex Binh Duong vs SHB Da Nang

Binh Duong Stadium

19:00 Hanoi FC vs Duoc Nam Ha Nam Dinh

Hang Day Stadium

Sunday, February 23

17:00 Thanh Hoa vs Hai Phong

Thanh Hoa Stadium

18:00 Sai Gon vs Song Lam Nghe An

Thong Nhat Stadium

18:00 Hong Linh Ha Tinh vs Viettel

Ha Tinh Stadium

Singapore (Singapore Premier League)

Fixtures and schedule of the ASEAN 2020 football season

Singapore Premier League, formerly known as S-League, is making its way back to the former glory after overcoming the risk of being eradicated in 2017 due to lack of funding.

Singapore’s top-flight league is unique in the ASEAN with the participation of clubs outside of the Singaporean border like the Japanese Albirex Niigata, the Bruneian Brunei DPMM.

Matchday 1 fixtures:

Saturday, February 29

17:30 Albirex Niigata vs  Geylang International

Jurong East Stadium

17:30 Home United vs Brunei DPMM

Bishan Stadium

Sunday, March 1

17:30 Young Lions vs Hougang United

Jurong West Stadium

17:30 Tampines Rovers vs Balestier Khalsa

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Malaysia (Malaysia Super League)

Fixtures and schedule of the ASEAN 2020 football season

The Malaysian Super League is on its way of building a truly professional football environment, making the league more competitive and putting up a fight with the supremacy of Johor Darul Ta’zim.

The 2020 season will be another chance for Johor Darul Ta’zim to extend its phenomenal record with the 7th consecutive championship.

Matchday 1 fixtures:

Friday, February 28

20:00 Johor Darul Ta’zim vs Kedah FA

Sultan Ibrahim Stadium

Saturday, February 29

20:00 Terengganu vs Perak

Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium

20:00 UiTM vs Melaka United

UiTM Stadium

20:00 Pahang vs Selangor

Darul Makmur Stadium

Sunday, February March 1

20:00 PDRM vs Sabah

KLFA Stadium

20:00 Felda United vs PJ City

Tun Abdul Razak Stadium

Indonesia (Liga 1)

Fixtures and schedule of the ASEAN 2020 football season

Liga 1 has the most participating clubs with 18 competing in the 2020 season. The top tier league of Indonesian football has never witnessed a club succeeding in protecting its championship. Bali United will have to work hard to overcome their rivals and break the title curse.

Matchday 1 fixtures (Kick-off time TBA):

Saturday, February 29

Persebaya vs Persik

Madura United vs Barito Putera

Bhayangkara FC vs Persiraja

Sunday, March 1

Persija vs Borneo FC

Persipura vs PSIS Semarang

Persib vs Persela

PSM Makassar vs PSS Sleman

Monday, March 2

Tira Persikabo vs Arema FC

Bali United vs Persita