On June 4, the Philippines and Hong Kong played a FIFA friendly at Mongkok Stadium, which the Philippines won, 1-0. The match was marred by allegations of abuse from Hong Kong fans towards the Philippine players and supporters.
The Philippine Football Federation released a statement:
The Philippine Football Federation has revealed the composition of the Under-23 team for their upcoming friendly with their Singaporean equivalents on Monday.
The Philippines keeps its spot in the FIFA/Coca-Cola Rankings when the June edition was released on Thursday.
They remain in 144th overall, with 203 points, three behind Kyrgyzstan and seventeen points ahead of Luxembourg.
United Football League champions Global FC arrived in Singapore on Thursday for their RHB Singapore Cup preparations.
They will face defending RHB Singapore Cup champions Warriors FC on June 1 at 730pm at the Choa Chu Kang Stadium.
The Philippine Football Federation early Thursday morning called up eighteen individuals for the upcoming FIFA friendly against Hong Kong on June 4.
The FIFA friendly will be held at the Mong Kok Stadium, with kickoff pegged at 8:00 pm.
It will be a Visayas versus Mindanao battle that would determine who will be the PFF U-23 Suzuki Cup champions on Thursday, May 30 in Dumaguete City.
The Philippines opened their Malditas015 plan in grand style on Tuesday at the Bangabandhu National Stadium in Dhaka. The ladies scored three goals in the opening four minutes, then cruised their way to a 6-0 victory over Iran in Group B action of the AFC Women's Asian Cup Qualifiers.
The Philippines' quest to make the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup begins tonight.
The senior women's national team, a.k.a. Malditas, open Group B action for the AFC Women's Asian Cup Qualifiers against Iran at 6pm Manila time. They play at Bangabandhu National Stadium in Dhaka. The other match in Group B is to take place at 9pm between host Bangladesh and Thailand.
Chelsea may not be able to defend its Champions League title in virtually its home turf, but they made history of their own in Amsterdam instead.
The Hong Kong Footall Association (HKFA) released in their website on Monday the ticketing guidelines for their upcoming friendly against the Philippines on June 4, 8:00pm, at the 6,600-seat Mongkok Stadium.
Tickets will cost HK$ 100 (PhP 530.24) for adults and HK$ 30 (PhP 159.07) for students and pensioners.