Myanmar U-16 football team resumes training for Asian Cup U-17 qualifier, MNL U-20 Tournament

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Myanmar U-16 players are seen in a training session in preparation for taking part in the 2025 Asian Cup U-17 qualifier.  Photo: MFF

Myanmar U-16 boys’ team resumed its training on 1 July to take part in domestic and international tournaments this year.
The team started training after the 2024 AFF U-16 Championship held in Indonesia. The squad formed with 30 players is under training at the camp.
The U-16 team with the title of Junior Lion FC will take part in the MNL U-20 Tournament. The squad secured two wins in two games at the MNL U-20 Tournament. The competition will continue in the first leg matches.
This year, the Myanmar U-16 team will compete in the 2025 Asian Cup U-17 qualifier as the second international match to be held in coming October. So, the players are taking training for both tournaments.
Myanmar U-16 was included in the same group as Vietnam, Cambodia and Brunei in the AFF U-16 Championship held in June. The squad dropped out of the competition with one win and two losses.
Head Coach Japanese national Mitami is handling the Myanmar U-16 and giving training to existing players. — Ko Nyi Lay/TTA

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