The Cambodian men’s U23 football team will play hot favourites Thailand on May 14 at 7pm. The match is a must-win for both sides, with the winner taking three points – and a shot at making the semi-finals – and the loser dumped out of the competition.
Four Cambodian kickboxers will arrive at the end of their gold medal campaigns on May 13, while their compatriots would begin their quests in 18 other sports, notably Ju-Jitsu star Jessa Khan, returning to defend her gold medal.
Cambodia's top kickboxers Touch Rachan – better known as Beut Sangkheum – as well as Lon Panha and Kan Meng Hong will compete in the final round of the kickboxing bouts on May 13. Each one is seeking the glory of claiming the first gold for the Kingdom at the ongoing 31st Southeast Asian Games (SEA
The Kingdom’s SEA Games chief of mission Vath Chamroeun considers the participation of Cambodian athletes and delegates in the biennial regional multi-sport event a strategic opportunity to study and analyse the preparations of hosts Vietnam – as well as to compete for medals
The Cambodian men’s U23 national football team paid the price for wasting too many chances in front of the goal in their second Group B match at the Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) on May 11, going down 1-0 to Singapore.
The Cambodian Cycling Federation (CCF) is highly motivated, as it prepares for its mid-May departure to Vietnam for the 31st Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games). The federation is scheduled to compete in two cycling disciplines.
The Cambodian men’s U23 national football team will be seeking to build on their dream start when they meet winless Singapore in their second Group B match of the ongoing 31st Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) at Thien Truong Stadium in Vietnam, from 4pm on May 11.
The Cambodian men’s U23 national football team had a dream start to their campaign in group B of the ongoing 31st Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) on May 9 after trouncing Laos U23 4-1 in front of a big crowd in Vietnam’s Nam Din province.
The first gold medal at the 31st Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) went to Malaysian diver Nur Dhabitah Sabri on May 8.
Minister of Information Khieu Kanharith encouraged local radio and television stations – as well as all other media – to widen coverage of Cambodia’s journey to the 2023 Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) and the ASEAN Para Games.