Futsal Thai League 2021 to be launched in June

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Futsal tourneys are popular not only in Thailand, Malaysia and Myanmar but across the globe.  Photo: AFF

The Futsal Thai League 2021 is scheduled to start on 19 June 2021 and will run until 29 January 2022, according to the statement with the ASEAN Football Federation and Thailand Football Association.
The Thailand Football authorities will be organizing the lower Division 1 of Futsal Thai with six zones participating.
“It was also announced that the first international tournament – the SAT Futsal International Championship – will be held on 22 – 27 May 2021.
‘‘The Futsal Women Thai League 2021 will be held from 28 July to 29 September 2021.
‘‘The Beach Soccer League will also be held from 16 June to 1 September 2021,” the football authorities said.
The Futsal Thai League, founded in 2006, is a top league for futsal clubs in Thailand. The most championship-winning club and defending champion is Chonburi Bluewave Futsal Club, and the team has garnered 10 championship titles.
A total of 14 teams participated in the Futsal Thai League in previous years. —GNLM

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