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ASEAN Football Federation National League Final Tables 2019

ASEAN Football Federation Logo [Reference: 2]

*Binh Duong won on Away Goals Rule.

Philippines 2019

PWDLFAPts
Ceres Negros (C)242220991268
Kaya-Iloilo241824601656
Stallion Laguna241167542539
Green Archers241059423735
Mendiola 1991246513345423
Philippines Air Force243219188611
Global Makati24141915927
Philippines Final Soccer Table 2019 [Reference: 4]

Singapore 2019

PWDLFAbPts
Brunei DPMM (C)241554512550
Tampines Rovers241284522944
Hougang United241347584543
Albirex Nigata241257362541
Geylang International2410311414833
Home United249312344630
Warriors246513405623
Young Lions246414213822
Balestier K’sa244515375817
Singapore Final Soccer Table 2019 [Reference: 4]

Thailand 2019

PWDLFAPts
Chiangnai United (C)3016104532858
Buriram United3016104512558
Port301587553653
Bangkok United3013116553250
Muangthong3014412454244
Samut Prakan3012711445043
Chonburi3011712434540
Ratchaburi3010812484838
Prachuap3091011324437
Trat309813474735
PTT Ray’g (R)309813334635
Sukhothai306168373734
Nakhon R’sima309714545134
Suphanburi3071112294432
Chainat H308616315030
Chiangmai307716396228
Thailand Final Soccer Table 2019 [Reference: 4]

Note: PTT Ray’g Relegated after withdrawing from the League at the end of the season.

Vietnam 2019

PWDLFAPts
Ha Noi (C)261583603053
Ho Chi Minh City261466412948
T Quang Minh261097413339
Binh Duong2610610323236
Sal Gon2610610374036
Viettal2611312334036
Song Lam NA268117322635
Hoang Anh Gl.2610511454635
Quang Nam268108433834
Da Nang269611383833
Namh Dinh268711324131
Hai Phong268612334430
Thanh Hoa266812365226
Sanna KH (R)266713314525
Vietnam Final Soccer Table 2019 [Reference: 4]

Note: Thanh Hoa stay in Top division after winning Promotion/Relegation Playoff.

Brunei Super League 2018-19

PWDLFAPts
MS ABDB Tutong (C)181512401346
Kasuka FC181143581637
Wijaya FC181143452437
Indera SC181053492335
Kota Ranger FC181125503035
MS PDB18747333025
Lun Bawang FC185211234317
Setia Perdana FC183114265610
IKLS FC (R)183114185010
Najip-Bakes FC (R)18201615716
Brunei Final Soccer Table 2018-19 [Reference: 3]

East Timor 2019

PWDLFAPts
Lakenok United (C)14932351530
Boavista14743282225
Ponta Leste14725221823
Karketu14626242720
SL Benfica14545302719
Assalam14545262919
Academica (R)14248212710
Atletico Ultramar (R)143110204110
East Timor Final Soccer Table 2019 [Reference: 4]

Irish Players

NameTeamPositionMatchesGoals
Cillian Sheridan (IRL)Wellington Phoenix FCForward171
Andrew Declan Keogh (IRL)Perth Glory FCForward2815
Roy Simon O’Donovan (IRL)Newcastle United Jets FCForward1911
Stephen Mallon (IRL)Central Coast Mariners FCMidfielder81
ASEAN Football Federation Irish Players Record 2018-19 [Ref: 3]

Report

Four Irish players (all Republic of Ireland) played in the Australian A-League in Soccer in 2018-19. Andrew Keogh played 28 matches in total for Perth Glory FC, as they won the Minor Championship (League) but lost in the Playoff Final on penalty kicks to Sydney FC.

In addition, Cillian Sheridan played 17 games for Wellington Phoenix (a New Zealand club in the A-League), scoring one goal, Roy O’Donovan bagged 11 goals in 19 games for Newcastle United Jets FC, and Stephen Mallon scored one goal in eight games for Central Coast Mariners FC.

Key to Final Tables

(C) Champions * Qualify for Playoffs (R) Relegated

About

The ASEAN Football Federation is a Sub-Federation within the Asian Football Confederation, covering the South East Asian Nations of Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, East Timor, Brunei, Thailand, Vietnam, Camodia (Kampuchea) & Laos.

References

Images

[1] ASEAN Football Federation (2016) ASEAN Football Federation Logo [Internet] Available from: https://www.aseanfootball.org/v3/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/aff.jpg [Accessed 25 December 2019]

[2] Logok (2020) A-League Logo [Internet] Available from: https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/proxy/lyqHXMGcgOZwTsY997t-2ySngtbKNDo9TmbtVIZH3m6tWYB1gD4bvblTDNXFPcJapUB69IIoqsZof_DoWjLum96uRtP556N6cUOZzPupQ03apAVsq7M5-6Q5fBnIGLy4WuFZugWIEeekr-ctOcUeOg [Accessed 22 July 2020]

Bibliography

[3] Mantz, Gabriel (2020)  Asian Football Yearbook 2018-2019.

Sources/Magazines

[4] Anon. (2019) “World Service: Club football – Asia.” World Soccer December 2019. pg. 78.

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Richard Conville, Conor Lynch, Maurice Lynch, Simon Brennan and Gordon Brennan.

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 22 July 2020

(c) Copyright Enda Mulcahy and Eirball 2019-2020

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