Former coach Park Hang-seo to join charity football match in Vietnam
  • | VOV | July 07, 2024 02:00 PM

Park Hang-seo, former chief coach of the Vietnam national football team, will lead his ex- players in a friendly match to raise funds for charity in Binh Duong, southern Vietnam, on July 12.

The match initiated by striker Tien Linh will see the participation of 60 players and artists, including veteran players of the national team. The players will be divided into two teams coached by former Korean manager Park Hang-seo and veteran journalist Ly Chanh.

Among the veteran players will be strikers Le Huynh Duc, Viet Thang, and Anh Duc and goalkeeper Bui Tan Truong.

Members of the current Vietnam national team such as Tien Linh, Que Ngoc Hai, Quang Hai, Hoang Duc, Tuan Anh, Doan Van Hau, Bui Tien Dung, Ho Tan Tai, Thanh Chung, Van Thanh, Hong Duy, and Dang Van Lam will play in the friendly.

Famous artists of Vietnamese showbiz such as Huy Khanh, Tuan Hung, Hoang Bach, Quach Ngoc Tuyen, Ho Viet Trung, Hua Minh Dat, Jack, Pham Truong, Chau Khai Phong, and Tien Luat, will also join the match.

The upcoming football match is of great significance, as it not only brings joy to the players but also spreads the love of sports within the community and disadvantaged people, shared striker Tien Linh.

Organisers decided to offer free admissions for all spectators.

After the match, the organizing board will auction special items such as coach Park Hang-seo’s shirt, Tien Linh’s shirt and footballs signed by players, singers and actors participating in the match, to raise funds for charity

Contributions by individuals and businesses and the proceeds from auctions will be transferred to the Binh Duong Provincial Red Cross Fund to carry out humanitarian activities.

The match will be co-organized by the Binh Duong provincial administration, the Binh Duong provincial Department of Culture, Sports, and Tourism, the BInh Duong provincial Red Cross Society, and the Becamex Binh Duong Football Club Joint Stock Company.

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