Z.com, the global brand by Japanese internet services provider GMO Internet Group, has become the Vietnamese national football team’s top star partner for the second year in a row. As per the contract signed by the Viet Nam Football Federation and Z.com, the company will focus on the national men’s and women’s senior teams, and the national U22 squad. Ngo Van Tau, director of GMO-Z.com Runsystem, said it was an honour to continue as the main sponsor of the national football squads. “Last year, we encouraged and fully supported all teams who tried their best, played great football and reached positive results in many tournaments, bringing happiness to local fans,” Tau said. “That is what Z.com wanted from the partnership. We decided to continue partnering with them for another year. We hope to see the players’ efforts for national football.” Apart from finance assistance, Z.com has also pledged to promote the teams’ activities … [Read more...] about Z.com to be VN national football teams’ main sponsor
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The U23 national football team of Vietnam is to play more than 20 international friendly matches in 2009, to prepare for the SEA Games 25. The team is scheduled to undergo three overseas training courses in Japan, Korea and China respectively. Young Vietnamese players are especially expected to enter matches with the top world football club, either AC Milan or Manchester United at My Dinh National Stadium. In next matches, they will compete with other teams from the region in the U21 International Football Tournament and T&T Cup. Football players nationwide will be gathered for the first time coaching from May 19-June 1, 2009. Source: The Thao 24h Translated by Hoang Anh … [Read more...] about U23 national football team to play friendly match with M.U?
The overseas branch of Japan's international credit card dealer, Japan Credit Bureau International Co., Ltd. (JCBI), announced its sponsorship of Vietnam's national football team, in Hanoi on June 13. The new sponsor for the Vietnam Football Federation (VFF), the male caps and the Olympic team has signed a sponsorship contract at a time when the male national team has just chosen a new coach to manage the team and is busy with numerous major competitions such as the World Cup and Seagames. VNA … [Read more...] about Japan Credit Bureau to sponsor national football team
Z.com, a Japanese GMO Internet Group providing Internet solutions, signed a deal with the Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) in Hanoi on March 11 to sponsor the national football team. After Yanmar last year, Z.com is the third Japanese corporation to sponsor the team. Under the non-disclosure agreement with its value and duration kept confidential, Z.com has the right to advertise its brand on billboards on the field in each domestic game the national team plays and put its logo on the team’s practice uniform. It also affirmed support for promotional activities of the team through its website. In addition to the official sponsor, Z.com will consider other support activities and provide equipment for better training for the national team. VFF Secretary General Le Hoai Anh praised the importance of the collaboration and expressed his hope that Z.com would support Vietnamese football in the long rung with specific schedules and practical activities to promote the overall … [Read more...] about Japan’s Z.com becomes new sponsor for VN national football team
Nhan Dan Online - The Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) has put Japanese expert Toshiya Miura in charge of the men's national football team and the national Olympic team from 2014 to 2016. The appointment was made when the two sides reached a consensus on a two-year contract at a meeting in Hanoi on May 8. Toshiya's first challenge in charge will be the 2014 ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Suzuki Cup, with the qualifying round to be held in Vientiane from October 8-19 and the finals taking place between November 22 and December 20 in Vietnam and Singapore. Toshiya Miura was born on July 16, 1963 in Kamaishi, Iwate. He began his coaching career in 1997 at Vegalta Sendai Club, which played in Japan's top-tier football league, the J-League. He then served as manager of many different Japanese teams including Mito HollyHock (1998), Omiya Ardija (2000-2001, 2004-2006), Consadole Sapporo (2007-2008), Vissel Kobe (2009-2010) and Ventforet Kofu (2010-2011). During his 14 years as a … [Read more...] about Japanese expert to manage Vietnam national football team