Myanmar National League postponed to 2022 amid pandemic surge

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Shan United FC is a defending champion of the Myanmar National League.  Photo: MNL

All the Myanmar National League football matches have been postponed to next year amidst the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic across Myanmar, said the source with the Myanmar National League yesterday.
The Myanmar National League Committee has decided to resume all MNL matches next year in consultation with all clubs.
The domestic football tourneys including MNL matches are being organized by Myanmar Football Federation and Myanmar National League Organizing Committee.
“The 2021 football season was originally scheduled for May, this year, but has been postponed due to the COVID-19 third wave, which has been spreading across the country in recent months.
‘‘Some Asian and ASEAN countries including Laos, Cambodia, and Brunei Darussalam, are also planning to resume their domestic leagues next year due to the high prevalence of COVID-19.
‘‘All the Myanmar National League football clubs will be notified in advance when the tournament will resume in 2022,” said Myanmar National League officials. —GNLM

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