Chiang Rai held a closing ceremony and awarding prizes to the winning team of 7 youth football competitions SAT Football Thailand Championship “Champion Chon Champ” Year 2021

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At 4:30 p.m. on October 31, 64 Acting Lt. Narong Rojanasothorn, Deputy Governor of Chiang Rai Province, together with Mrs. Nittaya Kerdchantuk, Director of the Office of Professional Sports Commission Mr. Kriengsak Wanchaithanavong, Deputy Prime Minister of Chiang Rai Provincial Administrative Organization Join in the honor of closing the competition and awarding prizes to football athletes in the project to inspire and create opportunities for young people to advance to professional level SAT Football Thailand Championship “Champion Champ” year 2021 at Chiang Rai Provincial Stadium

by the Sports Authority of Thailand Chiang Rai Together with Football 108 Co., Ltd. has organized a football competition for 7 youths aged 8-13 years and over under the name of a football competition project to inspire and create opportunities for youth to advance to professional level SAT Football Thailand Championship “Champion Champ” to promote and develop the talents of youth. To a career path, gaining direct experience in football competitions at the national level, resulting in the development of skills, techniques and tactics, resulting in a healthy body. have good health for children and youth in the future

The competition “Champion Champ” for the year 2021 takes place between 30-31 Oct. 64, with the format of the competition. It is a football competition of 7 people, divided into 6 generations, 8 teams each, namely, under 8 years old, 9 years old, 10 years old, 11 years old, 12 years old, and 13 years old, a total of 48 teams in each generation. Will be given the right to place 1-4 from the 108 Championship 2020 football competition to be the team placed 1-4, while the remaining teams will be invited to participate in the competition.

For the results of the competition in various age categories, consisting of the age category not over 8 years old, the winner is Footboy, Songkhla, the first runner-up is Sawatbowon Academy, Songkhla, the second runner-up is Patong City. Phuket Province and the 3rd Runner-up: Jim Thompson Farm Academy, Nakhon Ratchasima Province

Age not over 9 years, the winner is Chao Fah Motor, Phuket Province, the 1st runner-up is Chonburi Academy, Chonburi Province, the 2nd runner-up is Burarak, Samut Prakan Province. and the 3rd runner-up is Shocker Nine Academy, Rayong Province

Under 10 years old, the winner is Chula 38, Surat Thani Province. The first runner-up is Sriracha United, Chonburi Province, the second runner-up is South Kid, Surat Thani province. and the 3rd runner-up is Huai Pong Academy, Rayong Province

Under 11 years of age, the winner is Chonburi Academy, Chonburi Province, the first runner-up is Dragon Junior Phon, Khon Kaen Province, the second runner-up is U-Thong FC Academy, province. Suphanburi and the 3rd runner-up: Uttaradit United, Uttaradit Province

Under 12 years old, the winner is Sawat Bowon Academy, Songkhla Province, the first runner-up is Chiang Rai Lanna, Chiang Rai Province, the second runner-up is Surat Thani City, Surat Thani province. And the third runner-up is Kid FC, Chiang Mai Province.

Under 13 years old, the winning prize is Assumption Thonburi, Bangkok, the first runner-up is SK Academy, Bangkok, the second runner-up is Kilen Junior, Nonthaburi and the runner-up. 3rd place winner is Chiang Rai Provincial Administrative Organization School, Chiang Rai Province

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