AFF Suzuki Cup 2021: schedule, results, group tables, broadcaster Information

AFF Suzuki Cup 2021
AFF Suzuki Cup 2021

The 2021 AFF Championship officially AFF Suzuki Cup 2021 for sponsorship reasons is the 13th AFF Championship, the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) football championship, and the 7th AFF Suzuki Cup. AFF Suzuki Cup 2021 tournament was originally scheduled for November 23 and December 31, 2021. However, the tournament was postponed and rescheduled at least twice due to the COVID pandemic; For the first time, the tournament was postponed from April 11 to May 8, 2021, and therefore the schedule was moved from December 5, 2021, to January 1, 2022.

The highly-anticipated AFF Suzuki Cup is back with the best teams from Southeast Asia competing to become the best team in the region. Vietnam, the reigning champions of the 2018 championship, will once again be one of the favorites with Malaysia. , Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Singapore try to overthrow two champions.

Originally scheduled for 2020, the tournament has been postponed due to the Covid pandemic and this time it will see a new format with a centralized venue chosen to host 26 matches played in the competition, with Singapore as the host nation Ten teams were divided into two groups, two of the best of each group advanced to the semi-finals.

The tournament promises to be exciting, Group A promises to be particularly tasty as the rivalry between Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia resumes in Group B, having already played in the same group in the second round of the 2022 Joint FIFA World Cup / 2023 Asian Cup. qualifications.

AFF Suzuki Cup 2021: schedule, results, group tables, broadcaster Information

AFF Suzuki Cup 2021 Championship Group A
1. Thailand
2. Singapore (H)
3. Philippines
4. Myanmar
5. Timor-Leste

AFF Suzuki Cup 2021 Championship Group B
1. Indonesia
2. Vietnam
3. Malaysia
4. Cambodia
5. Laos

Suzuki Cup Group A fixtures and results:

Date Time Venue Result
5 Dec 2021 20:30 National Stadium Singapore 3-0 Myanmar
5 Dec 2021 17:30 National Stadium Timor-Leste 0-2 Thailand
8 Dec 2021 17:30 National Stadium Myanmar 2-0 Timor-Leste
8 Dec 2021 20:30 National Stadium Philippines 1-2 Singapore
11 Dec 2021 17:30 National Stadium Timor-Leste 0-7 Philippines
11 Dec 2021 20:30 National Stadium Thailand 4-0 Myanmar
14 Dec 2021 17:30 National Stadium Philippines 1-2 Thailand
14 Dec 2021 20:30 National Stadium Singapore 2-0 Timor-Leste
18 Dec 2021 20:30 National Stadium Thailand 2-0 Singapore
18 Dec 2021 20:30 Bishan Stadium Myanmar 2-3 Philippines

Suzuki Cup Group B fixtures and results:

Date Time Venue Result
6 Dec 2021 17:30 Bishan Stadium Cambodia 1-3 Malaysia
6 Dec 2021 20:30 Bishan Stadium Laos 0-2 Vietnam
9 Dec 2021 17:30 Bishan Stadium Malaysia 4-0 Laos
9 Dec 2021 20:30 Bishan Stadium Indonesia 4-2 Cambodia
12 Dec 2021 17:30 Bishan Stadium Laos 1-5 Indonesia
12 Dec 2021 20:30 Bishan Stadium Vietnam 3-0 Malaysia
15 Dec 2021 20:30 Bishan Stadium Indonesia 0-0 Vietnam
15 Dec 2021 17:30 Bishan Stadium Cambodia 3-0 Laos
19 Dec 2021 20:30 Bishan Stadium Vietnam 4-0 Cambodia
19 Dec 2021 20:30 National Stadium Malaysia 1-4 Indonesia

AFF Suzuki Cup 2021 semi-finals
Date Time Venue Fixture
22 Dec 2021 20:30 National Stadium Singapore 1-1 Indonesia
23 Dec 2021 20:30 National Stadium Vietnam 0-2 Thailand
25 Dec 2021 20:30 National Stadium Indonesia vs Singapore
26 Dec 2021 20:30 National Stadium Thailand vs Vietnam

AFF Suzuki Cup 2021 finals
Date Time Venue Fixture
29 Dec 2021 20:30 National Stadium TBC
1 Jan 2022 20:30 National Stadium TBC

How to watch the Suzuki Cup
Country Broadcaster:
Malaysia: Astro
Singapore: Mediacorp
Indonesia :RCTI Indonesia, Champions TV, Vidio
Thailand :BBTV Channel 7HD
Vietnam/Laos/Cambodia/Myanmar: Next Media
Brunei: Radio Television Brunei
Republic of Korea: SBS

 

The national stadium, which can accommodate 55,000 spectators, will be the main stadium that is likely to host Group A matches. An earlier version of the competition format.

This 6,200-seat Bishan Stadium, likely to be the venue for Group B matches, is located in central Singapore and was previously used at the 2015 Southeast Asian Games and is also a training ground for international matches such as Juventus and Atletico Madrid. Champions Cup.

 

 

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