Myanmar football team begins training in Japan

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Myanmar head coach Michael Feichtenbeiner (centre) oversees the team in preparation for the second-round qualifiers for the 2026 World Cup. PHOTO: MFF

The Myanmar national football team has been training in Osaka, Japan since the night of 14 November to play an away match against the Japanese national team as the first group match of the 2026 World Cup second qualifying round.
Team Myanmar left for Japan from Yangon International Airport on 13 November and arrived in Osaka on 14 November.
The Myanmar national team began training on the night of 14 November and will have two days of preparation time in Japan before the match against the Japanese team to be played at Panasonic Stadium Suita in Osaka on 16 November.
Team Myanmar is falling in the same group as Japan, Syria and North Korea for the second-round World Cup Qualifiers.
Myanmar head coach Michael Feichtenbeiner took 24 players for the match against the Japanese team, and most of the core players were selected. — Ko Nyi Lay/KZL

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