• Vietnamese women’s football leads the Southeastern Asia

    There has been little change in the FIFA women’s football rankings in the first quarter this year. The Vietnamese team still leads the Southeastern Asian region and is No. 32 in the world with 1638 points.
  • Women carry Asian Games medal hopes

    Vietnamese athletes will be competing in the Asian Games for only the second time when the biggest sporting event of the region kicks off in China this November.
  • Women's tourney kicks off next week

    The National Women's Football Championship will kick off next Monday in the northern province of Ha Nam.
  • Vietnamese Women’s Chess ranks 22nd in the world

    Vietnam is placed 22nd in the world women’s chess rankings with international Grand Masters and six masters and an average Elo rating of 2251, according to the World Chess Federation (FIDE).

  • VN women’s football team 32nd in world rankings

    The International Football Federation (FIFA) has announced that the Vietnamese national women’s football team ranks 32nd in the world table.
  • Women football team wins international

    The Vietnam women’s football team won the International Women’s Football Tournament TKV after beating Thailand 2-0 at Cua Ong Stadium in the northern province of Quang Ninh.

  • Vietnam wins Int’l Women’s Football TKV 2009 championship

    VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam women’s football team defeated Thailand with a score of 2-0 to win the championship title in the International Women’s Football Tournament TKV 2009 in Cua Ong stadium in the northern province of Quang Ninh on October 23.

  • Karate team snags silver, bronze

    Viet Nam's Karate team won three silvers and two bronzes at the ninth Asian Karate Championship at Foshan City in Guangdong province in China.
  • Queen of Speed sets new record at National Athletics Championship

    After nearly one year of rest because of injuries, runner Vu Thi Huong on September 16 returned impressively, setting a national record in the women’s 100m race at the National Track and Field Championship 2009.
  • Vietnam win VTV Volleyball Cup

    Vietnam defeated Ucraine’s Technokom 3-0 (25-23, 27-25, 25-23) in a very thrilling final at the International Women’s Tournament-VTV Cup, winning the VTV Cup at the Buon Me Thuot Gymnasium on August 22.