Philippine football in 2014 opened with a tripleheader at the FEU-Diliman artificial pitch on Thursday, marking the start of the second round campaign in men's football of the UAAP.
The University of the East and the University of Santo Tomas continue their positive headway in the UAAP season.
The Red Warriors of head coach Ryan Marinay continue their surprising run atop the men's football standings with a 2-0 victory over National University on Friday.
Yu Murayama scores the game-winning penalty for the Ateneo as they deny reigning champions, the University of the Philippines, the opportunity to secure the second three-peat in the history of UAAP Seniors' Football at the Moro Lorenzo Field (a.k.a Erenchun Field) on Sunday afternoon.
The UAAP is in its final set of matches this week before the postseason begins next week. Right now, there is not much clarity as to what is the set of postseason matchups in both men's and women's football. This is a way to provide clarity for the situation for those who might need it.
Here are the current men's football standings:
Jesus Melliza and the Far Eastern University Tamaraws continued their offensive stampede in the UAAP with a overwhelming 7-0 victory over National University in the last UAAP football match scheduled in 2012 at Ateneo's Ocampo Field on Wednesday afternoon.
The Blue Booters kept themselves on top of the football roost in the UAAP with a 1-0 victory over National University in the UAAP action conducted last Sunday.
A Bulldogs own goal off a free kick from Jico Noel in the 77th minute ensured that Ateneo maintains its top perch on the men's side and denying their opponents from securing points in back-to-back matches.
The Blue and White just keep on rolling.
Both the Blue Booters and the Lady Booters of the Ateneo de Manila won their respective matches at Ocampo Field to maintain their top perch in the football competition of the 75th season of the UAAP.
Defending UAAP football champions, the University of the Philippines, have sealed the first finals slot after they defeated last year's runners up, the University of Santo Tomas 2-0 in their penultimate UAAP fixture Thursday morning.
De La Salle University had already won their match against the University of Santo Tomas, however a late equalizer by national team forward OJ Clariño denied the Archers the much deserved win.