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North Vietnam national football team


The North Vietnam national football team was the national team of Democratic Republic of Vietnam between 1949 and 1975. The team ceased to exist when the North and South regions combined into the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. For results after 1991, see the article Vietnam national football team (no matches were played between 1976 and 1990). Most of North Vietnam's international games were played against other socialist countries.

Contents

  • World Cup record 1
  • Asian Cup record 2
  • Selected international opponents 3
  • All-time Records 4
  • See also 5

World Cup record

Asian Cup record

Selected international opponents

Based on [1]
Opponents Matches Win Draw Loss GF GA
Algeria 1 1 0 5
 China PR 6 1 5 9 17
 Cuba 1 1 2 1
 Egypt 1 1 1 4
1 1 3 1
1 1 2 1
3 1 2 6 5
2 2 2 5
1 1 9 1
1 1 3 1
6 6 2 17
1 1 9 0
1 1 4 0

All-time Records

Date Opponent Score Venue
4 October 1956 3–5 China
10 October 1956 0–3 China
22 October 1959 0–5 North Korea
28 October 1959 0–2 North Korea
22 November 1959 0–5 North Vietnam
3 October 1960 People's Republic of Mongolia 3–1 North Vietnam
8 October 1960 1–3 North Vietnam
11 October 1960 3–4 North Vietnam
April 1963 0–1 Indonesia
April 1963 3–2 Indonesia
April 1963 1–3 Indonesia
November 1963 1–4 Indonesia
November 1963 Kingdom of Laos 9–1 Indonesia
November 1963 0–2 Indonesia
August 1965 0–1 North Korea
August 1965 3–3 North Korea
August 1965 2–1 North Korea
August 1965 1–2 North Korea
August 1965 1–1 North Korea
1966 1–3 Cambodia
1966 0–2 Cambodia
1966 2–2 Cambodia
1966 4–0 Cambodia
15 November 1966 9–0 Cambodia
20 September 1970 2–1 North Vietnam

See also

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