Myanmar National League set to launch in April 2021

MNL to start in April 72
Striker Win Naing Soe (No 29) blocks the ball against the opponent during a Myanmar National League match against Yangon United on 1 September 2020. Photo: YDNB

A new season of the Myanmar National League I is scheduled to start in April 2021, according to a virtual meeting held recently.
Officials from the Myanmar Football Federation, Myanmar National League Committee and football club owners decided the football league to be launched in this year April.
According to the officials’ decision, MNL will run until October 2021.
The first leg of the MNL 1 will all be held in Yangon while the second leg will be held on a home-and-away basis depending on the current situation with the COVID-19 pandemic.
The MNL 2 will be held between May to August 2021, the Bogyoke Aung San Shield from June to September 2021, the Women’s League from April to July and the Under-21 Championship from May to November.
A total of ten football clubs: defending champions Shan United, Hantharwady United, Ayeyawady United, Yangon United, Yadanarbon FC, Rakhine United, Sagaing United, ISPE FC, Chin Land FC, and Myawady FC will participate in the Myanmar National League I, according to the MNL.—Lynn Thit

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