Follow the football program The King’s Cup The 48th time, between 22-25 September 2022, will be contested at the Chiang Mai 700 Year Stadium, Chiang Mai Province, with 4 teams taking part in the competition, including a war elephant “Thai national team“, Malaysia, Tajikistan and Trinidad and Tobago.
By today (25 September 2022) a war elephant “Thai national team“Go to the field for third place against the national teamTrinidad and Tobago at 5:30 pm live broadcaston Thairath TV, Channel 32 and AIS Play, watch live through the TV screen and watch football online (click)
a war elephant “Thai national team“In 111, the national teamTrinidad and Tobago in 101
By meeting both games in the warm-up game. “War Elephants” Both matches had to be won, the first time they met, going back to 10 July 2004, Thailand won 3-2 and the most recent meeting was on October 14, 2018. Thailand won 1-0.
Trinidad and Tobago national team Of head coach Angus Eve, 50, in this set, only goalkeeper Marvin Phillips, the team’s captain, plays for domestic clubs, while the other 19 all play for international teams. Most of them will play mainly in Major League Soccer USA, the rest will play in neighboring countries. And the European region since Belgium, Finland, Greece, Norway and Estonia As for the national team in 2022, 4 wins, 1 draw, 3 losses
The player to watch is Levi Garcia, 24, a speedy winger from AEK Athens, Greece, who previously played for AZ Alkmaar in the Dutch Eredivisie League and has the interesting statistic of being the youngest player of Trinidad and Tobago In the national team in 18 years 127 days, currently playing 36 games, scoring 8 goals, the latest goal scored in a losing game. The national team of Tajikistan last September 22
Football program for the Royal Cup The King’s Cup 48th time
September 25, 2022
- 5:30 pm Third place finals
“Thai National Team” Meet the national teamTrinidad and Tobago
- 8:30 pm Finals
Malaysia national team vs Tajikistan national team
a channel to watch football online
- View via AIS Play (click)
- Watch via Thairath TV, Channel 32 (click)
Image credit: Chang Suek