Chang Suek team faces a difficult task to qualify for the 2026 World Cup

"Thai War Elephants" start the 2026 World Cup qualifying round in the Asian zone, round 2 meets "Chinese Dragon Team" at Rajamangala National Stadium on November 16.

The Asian Football Confederation or AFC held a lottery ceremony for the 2026 World Cup qualifying round in the Asian zone, round 2. It appears that the "war elephants" of the Thai national team are facing a difficult task in Group C. Together with South Korea, China and Singapore or Guam.

"Madam Pang" Nuanphan Lamsam, manager of the Thai national team accept hard work Because South Korea and China are both top teams in Asia. Especially South Korea that is in world class standards. And there are almost all players playing in Europe. but insisted on being ready to fight And prepare the team continuously to win at least the finalists As the number 2 team in the group, leave the Thai football fans to cheer you up. Everyone will strive to do their best under the dreams of all Thai people.

for the competition program of the Thai national team First meeting with China At the Rajamangala Stadium on November 16, then on November 21, 2023, they will invade Singapore on March 21, 2024, visit South Korea on March 26, 2024. Open house to meet South Korea on June 6, 2024, invaded China and on June 11, 2024, returned to play at home to meet Singapore.

"Bas-Po Po" advances to the semi-finals badminton japan open 2023

Results of the World Tour Super 750 badminton competition "Daihatsu Japan Open 2023" in Japan, mixed doubles type, 2nd round "Basketball" Dechapol Puavaranukroh and "Popo" Sapsiree Taerattanachai Guide Third in the world, second seeded in the tournament and the defending champion of this tournament defeated Dejan Ferdinandiyah and Gloria Emanuel Widjaya, the 17th in the world from Indonesia, 2-1 game 21- 16, 21-23 and 21-12 through to the quarterfinals to meet Guide 6 from South Korea

Women's singles, first round, "May" Ratchanok Inthanon, 7th hand in the world and 6th hand of the program, showed excellent form, beating "May" Supanida Ketthong, 16th hand in the world 2-1 game 18-21, 21-12 and 21-16 through the final 8 finalists to meet An-Se Young, second hand from South Korea.-Thai news agency

Source: Thai News Agency