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13 February 2011

Club official website and fan site

One bad thing about Vietnamese clubs is their official websites. They lack both quantity and quality. It's surprising that they can pay a great deal of money to buy players and pay their salary but cannot have a decent website. It shows kinda lack of professionalism. Even V-League 2010 champions Ha Noi T&T doesn't have anything on the internet. Just google Ha Noi T&T, it displays nothing but some brief news and a poor Wikipedia page. Ha Noi T&T and Navibank Saigon are also only two V-League clubs that have no official site or fan site.

Official websites:
Binh Duong: http://www.bongdabinhduong.com/
A decent website. At least we can find the squad list with players pics, fixtures and some helpful info.

SLNA: http://www.slnafc.com/
No player data, no fixture but the news is updated pretty quickly from newspaper.

Hoa Phat Ha Noihttp://hoaphatfc.com.vn/
There's more news about Manchester City than Hoa Phat Ha Noi. No players info. No fixture.


Khatoco Khanh Hoahttp://clb-bongda.khatoco.com/
There's some news about the club, squad list, fixtures but generally the website is poorly designed.


HAGL: http://www.hagl.com.vn/football/
A redesigned website. Good-looking and promising but very incomplete at the moment. HAGL used to have a better website with full players info as I remember.

Fan sites: Generally you can find more info about the club in fan sites than in official sites. Especially, SLNA, Dong Thap and Hai Phong sites are good ones with a large number of regular members.
SLNA:
http://www.slna-fc.com/home/

Binh Duong:
http://www.binhduongffc.tk/

Dong Thap: 
http://www.dongthapffc.com/congloc/

Lam Son Thanh Hoa: 
http://www.thanhhoafc.net/
http://thanhhoafc.vn/

Vicem Hai Phong
http://www.haiphong-fc.com/
http://haiphongfc.vn/

Ninh Binh
http://ninhbinh-fc.com

Dong Tam Long An
http://longanfc.net/

Hoang Anh Gia Lai:
http://haglfc.net

Ha Noi ACB:
http://chf.com.vn/

5 comments:

  1. Thank you Erick!!! greetings Pascal

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  2. I use your blog as my main source for V-league information.

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  3. Erick, good job with starting this blog. Why do you think VN football clubs are slow in improving their web sites?

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  4. Because they think it's unimportant. Even the V-league website is a mess.

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