02 July 2015

FIFA World Cup Qualifier - DPR Korea vs Philippines - Visit Pyongyang !

Dear Sir /Madam

It gives me great pleasure to invite fans of the Phillipines National football team to Pyongyang, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, to view the World Cup qualifying match between the two countries.

The match is taking place on Thursday 8th October and it is our pleasure to arrange individual and group tours to view the game and to spend a few days in the country to see some of the main tourist sights.

The match is taking place at the legendary Kim Il Sung stadium (capacity 50,000), in the country's capital Pyongyang. We expect an electric atmosphere among the fans, as well as a great range of entertainment displays at half time. 

We can arrange tours ranging from 2 to 14 nights and from 1 to 1000 people! Our company has been in operation since 2011 and since then has grown to one of the largest and most respected travel companies specializing in DPR Korea. More information can be found on our website here:


DPR Korea is a unique tourist destination unlike anywhere else in the world. If you are interested to visit, please get in touch and we can provide more information.

Regards

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David Thompson

Juche Travel Services

Tel: +44 7841 408462



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Azkals eye friendly vs Vietnamese

UNABLE to work out a deal to play against Thailand, the Philippine Azkals have turned their attention to Vietnam for a friendly match that will prepare them for the duel with Uzbekistan in World Cup Qualifying in September.
The Philippine Football Federation is arranging a friendly against the Vietnamese, the AFF Suzuki Cup semifinalist, on Sept. 3 at Philippine Sports Stadium in Bocaue, Bulacan.
The Azkals initially wanted to play against the Thais, who beat them in the Suzuki Cup semifinals last December. But Thailand is adamant in playing on home grounds in preparation for the WCQ matches.


Sharing top spot with North Korea with six points from two matches, the Azkals seek to sustain their fine form against the Uzbeks on Sept. 8.
“It’s important for us to utilize the Fifa dates for us to play friendly matches and develop cohesion in the team,” said Azkals team manager Dan Palami. Cedelf P. Tupas


Read more: http://sports.inquirer.net/185722/azkals-eye-friendly-vs-vietnamese#ixzz3egOT5jBn 
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Jinggoy Valmayor strikes as Pachanga Diliman holds UFL titleholder Global FC to a draw

By Karlo Sacamos
PACHANGA-DILIMAN held Global FC to a stunning 1-1 draw that kept the defending champion from closing in on pacesetting Ceres-La Salle on Monday night in the United Football League at the Rizal Memorial Stadium.
The side mostly made of former University of the Philippines standouts almost pulled off an upset as it led for most of the match after Jinggoy Valmayor struck just eight minutes into the match.
Jason de Jong salvaged the stalemate for Global with a late conversion two minutes into second-half stoppage time.
Still, Global failed to get maximum points and moved down to third spot with 23 points after 11 matches.
Pachanga, on the other hand, stayed in eighth after hiking its point total to eight points in 12 outings.
Stallion FC moved up to second on the table after a 4-0 romp over Socceroo.
Nate Alquiros fired a brace, while Balot Doctora and Jordan Mintah added a goal apiece for the Stallions, who improved to 24 points, although they’ve have played one more match than Global.
Socceroo was left stuck in ninth spot with four points.

Read more at http://www.spin.ph/football/ufl/news/pachanga-diliman-draw-global-fc-jinggoy-valmayor-jason-de-jong-stallion-fc-socceroo#UC0joHTD2riW70bv.99

01 July 2015

Azkals friendly against Vietnam on September 3 ?

PFF is trying to organize a friendly against Vietnam on September 3 in Bocaue, Bolacan.

Phillipines is playing World Cup qualifier against Uzbekistan on September 8

UFL Division 1 Results

UFL Division 1 Monday

Pachanga Diliman 1-1 Global !

Stallion 4-0 Team Socceroo

25 June 2015

UFL Wednesday







AFC Girls U14

Vietnam 3-0 Philippines
Scorers: Tran Thi Hai Linh (28’), Nguyen Thi Hang (70’, 70+1’)


GROUP B
Philippines 3-1 Singapore
Scorers: Andrea Tiongson (14'), Regine Rebosura (41'), Catherine Pardilla (55') / Nur Afiqah Omar (9')


June 25 Philippines 2-2 Malaysia

Scorers for Philippines : Pardilla and Own goal

Malaysia and Vietnam in semifinals.

Malaysia and Philippines both got 4 points, but Malaysia advance on goal difference.


Philippine U14 Girls Football team wins against Singapore 3-1 in AFC and this girl from Payatas scored one of the goals

Unbeknownst to most, the Philippines U-14 girls squad is currently in Vietnam for the Asian Football Cup Regional Championships. Yesterday, they beat Singapore, 3-1.
It may be one of those garden-variety ho-hum matches except it’s not. Joining team Philippines is Regine, a 13-year-old girl from Payatas who was trained by Payatas FC, of the Fairplay for All Foundation (FFA). She actually scored one of the goals for Team Philippines.
According to Roy Moore, one of the two British founders of FFA, Regine started training with the National team in May. “They held tryouts in San Beda. She joined and was selected for training camp, which was comprised of 40 girls. She made the cut and joined the next training camp in Laguna, eventually making it to the 18-girl squad.”
They left Manila for the AFC games last Sunday, which is a first for many for Regine — it was her first time to ride a plane, her first time out of the country, and her first time with the National Team.
This is also the first time for Payatas FC — the football squad of FFA — to successfully send one of their players into the national team. “Another one of our girls was invited to join the team [last year], and the year before, but she was homesick so she didn’t,” narrates Moore, who along with compatriot Naomi Tomlinson, established FFA and Payatas FC in 2011.
Regine, who has been training with Payatas FC since 2011, is enjoying the experience, Roy says. “She says she’s learning a lot.” The lost their first game, against Vietnam 0-3 but they beat Singapore 3-1 last night.”
Today, Team Philippines is playing against Malaysia, which they should win to qualify for the semis.
Football and education are the two biggest concerns of FFA. Apart from being one of Payatas FC’s star players, Regine, Moore shares, is also an FFA scholar, who just graduated from elementary. “We’re sponsoring 45 kids in nearby public schools but we’re currently raising funds to build our own school, the Fairplay Center in Payatas where we can enroll kids.”
Inspiring work, you all!

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