In its first championship in 2014, the Toyota Mekong Club Championship attracted the top clubs from 4 nations – Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam – as they went head-to-head to claim the top prize.
The championship was hosted in Vietnam and drew in big crowds – a total of 33,000 people came to support their home teams over two match days. And many other activities were organized to bring more excitement to the people who gathered in the stadium.
Vietnam’s Becamex Binh Duong FC emerged Champions in Toyota Mekong Club Championship 2014, with a final score of 4 - 1 against Myanmar’s Ayeyawady United FC.
The second edition of the Toyota Mekong Club Championship in 2015 saw the involvement of five top clubs from the following countries: Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam. A total of 53,000 people attended the five matches, that were played between 1st November to 20th December 2015, with one home match being played in all countries.
Thailand’s Buriram United FC became the new Champion when they defeated Cambodia’s Boeung Ket Angkor FC 1 – 0 in the final held at Bangkok’s Suphachalasai National Stadium.
Anouvong Stadium, Vientiane, Laos
Thuwanna Youth Training Centre Stadium, Yangon, Myanmar
National Olympic Stadium, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Hang Day Stadium, Hanoi, Vietnam
Suphachalasai National Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand
1st November till 20th December 2015
Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam, Thailand
Buriram United FC
Chan Vathanaka's performances helped his club Boeung Ket Angkor FC to reach the final. Vathanka scored 5 goals throughout the tournament and became the MVP and top goalscorer of Toyota Mekong Club Championship 2015.
Binh Duong Stadium, Binh Duong, Vietnam
31st October and 2nd November, 2014
Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam
Becamex Binh Duong FC
Scored 2 goals at final match and highly contributed to his team’s victory at the 2014 Toyota Mekong Club Championship.
Scored an equalizer at 1st match.
Scored an equalizer at final match.
Scored a goal at 1st match & 2 goals at 2nd match.