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V.League 1
V.League 1 new logo.svg
Organising bodyVPF
Founded1980; 41 years ago (1980) (as A1 League)
2000; 21 years ago (2000) (as V.league 1)
First season1980
CountryVietnam
ConfederationAFC
Number of teams14
Level on pyramid1
Relegation to
Red Arrow Down.svg
V.League 2
Domestic cup(s)Vietnamese Cup
Vietnamese Super Cup
International cup(s)AFC Champions League
AFC Cup
ASEAN Club Championship
Current championsViettel (6th title)
(2020)
Most championshipsViettel (6 titles)
Most appearancesNguyễn Hồng Sơn (430)
Top goalscorerHoàng Vũ Samson (201)
TV partnersVTV (2 matches/ round)
VTVCab (all matches)
Hà Tĩnh Television (only Hồng Lĩnh Hà Tĩnh matches)
Bình Dương Television (BTV2) (only Becamex Bình Dương matches)
Websitevpf.vn
Current: 2021 V.League 1

V.League 1 (Vietnamese: Giải bóng đá vô địch quốc gia Việt Nam), also called LS V.League 1 due to sponsorship reasons, is the top professional football league in Vietnam, controlled by the Vietnam Professional Football Joint Stock Company. It is contested by 14 clubs who play each other on a home and away basis. The team finishing at the top at the end of the season is crowned the champion and enters the AFC Champions League.

The league was founded in 1980 as the All Vietnam Football Championship, with Tổng Cục Đường Sắt emerging as the first winner. The league turned professional in the 2000–2001 season, which allowed clubs to hire foreign players. Vietnam Professional Football (VPF) was established in 2012, and the organising power was transferred from the Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) to Vietnam Professional Football Jointstock Company (VPF).

Viettel has won the title 6 times, the most among V-League clubs and also has total 20 national titles since 1954. Beside, Haiphong are the second with 13 total titles.

History

Foundation and early days

The V.League 1, as it is known today, dates back to 1980 when the first semi-professional league was launched (then known as the All Vietnam Football Championship). Seventeen clubs participated in the competition which was split into three groups and conducted more like a cup competition, with the winner from each group qualifying for the Championship Stage. Công An Hà Nội, Tổng Cục Đường Sắt and Hải Quan were the three teams to qualify, with Tổng Cục Đường Sắt ultimately taking the title. That format, although the teams were split into two groups, continued until 1995 when the league reverted to a more traditional league format.

Turning professional

League football in Vietnam would turn professional in the 2000–2001 season, which saw the league change its name to its current moniker, V-League 1. In that inaugural V-League 1 season, there were only ten clubs, with tighter restrictions meaning fewer teams. Over the next decade, the league grew from 10 teams to the current fourteen, with the team that finishes on top of the table qualifying for the AFC Champions League. Clubs were allowed to hire foreign players from this season on.

VPF establishment

Following a season marred by accusations of refereeing corruption and a cover-up by the V.League governing body Vietnam Football Federation (VFF), six clubs (Đồng Tâm Long An, Hoàng Anh Gia Lai, Hanoi ACB, Vissai Ninh Bình, Khatoco Khánh Hòa and Lam Sơn Thanh Hóa[1]) threatened to leave the league and form an entirely new league for the 2012 season. The most outspoken club in the move was Hanoi ACB, who were going through relegation from the V.League, with its chairman Nguyen Duc Kien announcing that ACB would spearhead the move. Due to the controversy, league sponsor EximBank expressed its intention to drop its title sponsorship of the league. League officials scrambled to resolve the issues, going as far as hiring foreign referees for the 2012 season.[2][3] After a meeting on 29 September, representatives of the VFF and the 14 V.League 1 teams and 14 V.League 2 teams announced the formation of a new corporation, the VPF, Vietnam Professional Football Joint Stock Company to manage the V-League. The VFF would hold a 36% stake in the new corporation, and the rest would be held by clubs.[1]

From the 2012 season, the organising power was transferred from the VFF to the VPF (Vietnamese Professional Football), and the V.League 1 was initially changed to the Super League, although this name was short-lived and the league was renamed back to V.League 1 later in the season. The first division was renamed the V.League 2. At the same time, many clubs found themselves in financial and sponsor issues, and many clubs withdrew, merge, bought another, or failed to meet requirements for leagues. As a result, the number of clubs in each league changed dramatically.

Competition format

  • The V.League 1 season starts in February/March and ends in September. In each season, each club plays each of the other clubs twice, once at home and another away, for a total of 26 games.
  • Teams are ranked by total points, head-to-head, goal difference and goals scored.
  • Top team qualifies for AFC Champions League Group stage.
  • For 2010 season, two bottom teams are relegated to the Vietnam First Division while third lowest placed team goes to play-off with the third highest placed team from the First Division.[4]
  • Starting in the 2013 season, the number of clubs participating in the V.League 1 would be decreased from fourteen to twelve after three clubs failed to register. Also in the same season, the bottom team will be relegated to the First Division while the top three teams from the First Division will be promoted into the V-League 1.[5]
  • Starting in the 2015 season, the league is competed by 14 teams.[6]

Sponsorship

Since the 2000–2001 season, the V.League 1 has been branded with a principal sponsor's name and logo. The following companies have acted as principal sponsors:[7]

Period Sponsor Brand
1980–1999 No sponsor V-League
2000–2002 Strata Sport Marketing Strata V-League
2003 PepsiCo Sting V-League
2004 Kinh Do Kinh Do V-League
2005 Tan Hiep Phat Number One V-League
2006 Eurowindow Eurowindow V-League
2007–2010 Petrovietnam Gas PetroVietnam Gas V-League
2011–2014 Eximbank Eximbank V.League 1[nb 1]
2015–2017 Toyota Toyota V.League 1
2018 NutiFood NutiCafe V.League 1
2019 Masan Wake-up 247 V.League 1
2020–present LS Group LS V.League 1[8][9]

Controversies

2013 controversy

After Xuân Thành Sài Gòn was docked points for what the VFF deemed the club unsportsmanlike conduct when the club fielded a noncompetitive squad for their Matchday 20 meeting with Sông Lam Nghệ An, club officials announced that the club would withdraw from the league. On 22 August 2013, the VFF approved Xuân Thành Sài Gòn's withdrawal request. Matches where the club was involved were vacated. The VFF is still debating if the last place club will still be relegated to V.League 2, though the league charter states that the club in 12th place would be the only club relegated in the 2013 campaign.[10]

Relegation was cancelled for the 2013 campaign after Xuân Thành Sài Gòn withdrew from the V.League 1 before the conclusion of the season.[11] QNK Quảng Nam, Than Quảng Ninh and Hùng Vương An Giang, as winners, first runners-up and second runners-up respectively, were promoted from the 2013 V.League 2 season. Kienlongbank Kiên Giang failed to apply for the 2014 campaign and subsequently folded during the offseason.[12]

2014 match-fixing scandal

Vissai Ninh Bình wrote to the Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) and to the Vietnam Professional Football Joint Stock Company to be allowed to stop their participation in the league and also the AFC Cup due to 13 players being involved in match fixing. They had played eight league matches and were third from bottom at the time.[13] Following their withdrawal from the league, all their results were declared null and void.[14]

Due to the match fixing scandal and withdrawal of Vissai Ninh Bình, it was decided that the bottom-placed team at the end of the season will take part in a play-off match against the third-placed team in the First Division for the right to play in the V-League next season.[15]

Clubs

2021 season


Fourteen clubs compete in the V.League 1's, with one coming from the V.League 2's previous season:

2021 club City Province/
Municipality
Stadium Capacity 2020 position V.League titles Top division titles Last title
Becamex Binh Duong Hanoi Binh Duong Gò Đậu Stadium 18,250 6th 4 4 2015
Dong A Thanh Hoa Thanh Hoa Thanh Hoa Thanh Hóa Stadium 14,000 11th 0 0
Haiphong Haiphong Haiphong Lạch Tray Stadium 32,000 12th 0 10 1970
Hanoib Hanoi Hanoi Hàng Đẫy Stadium 25,000 2nd 5 5 2019
Hoang Anh Gia Laib Pleiku Gia Lai Pleiku Stadium 12,000 7th 2 2 2004
Ho Chi Minh Citya Ho Chi Minh City Ho Chi Minh City Thống Nhất Stadium 25,000 5th 4 5 2001–02
Hong Linh Ha Tinhb Ha Tinh Ha Tinh Hà Tĩnh Stadium 22,000 8th 0 0
Nam Dinha Nam Dinh Nam Dinh Thiên Trường Stadium 25,000 13th 0 0 1985
Saigonb Ho Chi Minh City Ho Chi Minh City Thống Nhất Stadium 25,000 3rd 0 0
SHB Da Nang Da Nang Da Nang Hòa Xuân Stadium 20,500 9th 3 3 2012
Song Lam Nghe Anb Vinh Nghe An Vinh Stadium 18,000 10th 2 2 2011
Than Quang Ninh Cẩm Phả Quang Ninh Cẩm Phả Stadium 15,000 4th 0 0
Topenland Binh Dinha Quy Nhơn Binh Dinh Quy Nhơn Stadium 25,000 1st (VL2) 0 0
Viettela Hanoi Hanoi Hàng Đẫy Stadium 25,000 1st 6 19 2020

a Founding member of the V.League 1
b Never been relegated from the V.League 1

Players

Rules on foreign players

Clubs are only allowed to register three foreign players per season.[16] In prior seasons, clubs were allowed to register two foreign players.

Starting from 2015 season, the number of foreign players allowed for clubs is reduced to 2 players plus 1 naturalised player.

From 2019 season, the rules on foreign players changed again, the number of foreign players allowed by clubs are 3 players and 1 naturalised player.[17]

Top scorers by season

Season[7] Name Club Goals
1980 Lê Văn Đặng Công an Hà Nội 10
1981–1982 Võ Thành Sơn Sở Công Nghiệp 15
1982–1983 Nguyễn Cao Cường Thể Công 22
1984 Nguyễn Văn Dũng Nam Định 15
1985 Nguyễn Văn Dũng Nam Định 15
1986 Nguyễn Văn Dũng
Nguyễn Minh Huy
Nam Định
Hải Quan
12
1987–1988 Lưu Tấn Liêm Hải Quan 15
1989 Hà Vương Ngầu Nại Cảng Sài Gòn 10
1990 Nguyễn Hồng Sơn Thể Công 10
1991 Hà Vương Ngầu Nại Cảng Sài Gòn 10
1992 Trần Minh Toàn Quảng Nam-Đà Nẵng 6
1993–1994 Nguyễn Công Long
Bùi Sĩ Thành
Bình Định
Long An
12
1995 Trần Minh Chiến Công an Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh 14
1996 Lê Huỳnh Đức Công an Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh 25
1997 Lê Huỳnh Đức Công an Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh 16
1998 Nguyễn Văn Dũng Nam Định 17
1999
Unofficial
Vũ Minh Hiếu Công an Hà Nội 8
1999–2000 Văn Sỹ Thủy Sông Lam Nghệ An 14
2000–2001 Đặng Đạo Khánh Hòa 11
2001–2002 Hồ Văn Lợi Cảng Sài Gòn 9
2003 Emeka Achilefu Nam Định 11
2004 Amaobi Uzowuru Nam Định 15
2005 Huỳnh Kesley Alves Becamex Bình Dương 21
2006 Elenildo de Jesus Thép Miền Nam Cảng Sài Gòn 18
2007 Jose Emidio de Almeida SHB Đà Nẵng 16
2008 Jose Emidio de Almeida SHB Đà Nẵng 23
2009 Đỗ Merlo
Lazaro de Souza
SHB Đà Nẵng
Quân khu 4
15
2010 Đỗ Merlo SHB Đà Nẵng 19
2011 Đỗ Merlo SHB Đà Nẵng 22
2012 Timothy Anjembe Hà Nội ACB 17
2013 Gonzalo Marronkle
Hoàng Vũ Samson
Hà Nội 14
2014 Hoàng Vũ Samson Hà Nội 23
2015 Patiyo Tambwe QNK Quảng Nam 18
2016 Đỗ Merlo SHB Đà Nẵng 24
2017 Nguyễn Anh Đức Becamex Bình Dương 17
2018 Oseni Ganiyu Hà Nội 17
2019 Pape Omar Faye
Bruno Cantanhede
Hà Nội
Viettel
15
2020 Rimario Gordon
Pedro Paulo
Hà Nội
Sài Gòn
12

Starting from the 2000 season when foreign players can played in the league, the top goalscorer are always foreign players (except Nguyễn Anh Đức from Becamex Bình Dương in 2017 season)

Statistics

List of champions

The following is a historical list of champions and runners-up of the V.League 1 by season. Superscripts in brackets (such as (2)) indicate a repeat win.

Season Champion Runner-up Third place
A1 Nation League
1980 Tổng Cục Đường Sắt Công An Hà Nội Hải Quan
1981–1982 Quân đội (1) Quân Khu Thủ đô Công An Hà Nội
1982–1983 Quân đội (2) Hải Quan Cảng Hải Phòng
1984 Công An Hà Nội Thể Công Sở Công Nghiệp Trà Vinh
1985 Công nghiệp Hà Nam Ninh Sở Công Nghiệp Trà Vinh Cảng Sài Gòn
1986 Cảng Sài Gòn Thể Công Hải Quan
1987–1988 Quân đội (3) Công Nhân Quảng Nam Đà Nẵng An Giang
1989 Đồng Tháp Thể Công Công An Hà Nội
1990 Thể Công (4) Công Nhân Quảng Nam Đà Nẵng Hải Quan
1991 Hải Quan Công Nhân Quảng Nam Đà Nẵng Cảng Sài Gòn
1992 Quảng Nam-Đà Nẵng Công An Hải Phòng Thể Công
1993–1994 Cảng Sài Gòn (2) Công An Thành Phố Thể Công
1995 Công an Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh Huế Cảng Sài Gòn
1996 Đồng Tháp (2) Công An Thành Phố Sông Lam Nghệ An
1997 Cảng Sài Gòn (3) Sông Lam Nghệ An Thể Công
1998 Thể Công (5) Sông Lam Nghệ An Công An Thành Phố
1999–2000 Sông Lam Nghệ An Công An Thành Phố Công An Hà Nội
V.League 1
2000–2001 Sông Lam Nghệ An (2) Đạm Phú Mỹ Nam Định Thể Công
2001–2002 Cảng Sài Gòn (4) Công An Thành Phố Sông Lam Nghệ An
2003 Hoàng Anh Gia Lai Gạch Đồng Tâm Long An Đạm Phú Mỹ Nam Định
2004 Hoàng Anh Gia Lai (2) Đạm Phú Mỹ Nam Định Gạch Đồng Tâm Long An
2005 Gạch Đồng Tâm Long An SHB Đà Nẵng Becamex Bình Dương
2006 Gạch Đồng Tâm Long An (2) Becamex Bình Dương Boss Bình Định
2007 Becamex Bình Dương Gạch Đồng Tâm Long An Hoàng Anh Gia Lai
2008 Becamex Bình Dương (2) Gạch Đồng Tâm Long An Xi Măng Hải Phòng
2009 SHB Đà Nẵng (2) Becamex Bình Dương Sông Lam Nghệ An
2010 Hà Nội T&T Xi Măng Hải Phòng TĐCS Đồng Tháp
2011 Sông Lam Nghệ An (3) Hà Nội SHB Đà Nẵng
2012 SHB Đà Nẵng (3) Hà Nội Sài Gòn Xuân Thành
2013 Hà Nội T&T (2) Hoàng Anh Gia Lai SHB Đà Nẵng
2014 Becamex Bình Dương (3) Hà Nội T&T FLC Thanh Hóa
2015 Becamex Bình Dương (4) Hà Nội T&T FLC Thanh Hóa
2016 Hà Nội T&T (3) Hải Phòng SHB Đà Nẵng
2017 Quảng Nam FLC Thanh Hóa Hà Nội
2018 Hà Nội (4) FLC Thanh Hóa Sanna Khánh Hòa BVN
2019 Hà Nội (5) Hồ Chí Minh City Than Quảng Ninh
2020 Viettel (6) Hà Nội Sài Gòn

Seasons

The rankings of the V.League 1 teams in the 1980-1996 seasons are not official, because those seasons have not been organized in a round-robin format but are divided into several stages. In these seasons, the ranking of each team is arranged as follows:
1. Any team that enters the next stage is ranked above the teams that only stopped at the previous stage.
2. In the same period of any season, the rankings of the teams are arranged according to the rules and regulations of that season.

From the 1997 season, the rankings of the teams are official.

As there is no record of the group stage results for the 1990 and 1992 seasons, the rankings of some of the teams in these two seasons are uncertain.


Position
Champion
Runner-up
Third place
Exceptional clubs
The team drops out or is eliminated
The team buys and sells relegation spots
Relegation
Relegated to two places


Season 80 81/2 82/3 84 85 86 87/88 89 90 91 92 93/4 95 96 97 98 99/0 00/1 01/2 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
Team 17 17 17 18 18 20 27 32 18 19 18 16 14 12 12 14 14 10 10 12 12 12 13 14 14 14 14 14 14 12 13 14 14 14 14 14 14 14
Viettel 1 1 2 3 2 1 2 1 9 3 3 9 10 4 1 10 3 7 6 11 8 9 6 1
Hà Nội 4 1 2 2 1 2 2 1 3 1 1 2
Bình Dương 12 11 13 6 3 2 1 1 2 8 6 6 8 1 1 10 11 7 4 6
Ho Chi Minh City FC 6 13 4 11 5 1 6 6 5-8 4 9-14 1 3 8 1 5 4 4 1 11 8 10 8 5 13 12 12 2 5
Đà Nẵng 13 15 8 2 18 2 2 1 7 14 11 6 10 9 2 7 5 4 1 6 3 1 2 4 9 3 9 9 10 9
Sông Lam Nghệ An 17 21 17 15-17 15 4 10 8 3 2 2 1 1 2 5 4 5 5 7 9 3 9 1 4 4 5 7 9 8 4 7 10
Hoàng Anh Gia Lai 1 1 4 4 3 7 6 7 9 5 3 9 13 12 10 10 8 7
Nam Định 13 5 1 5 17 10 6 2 5 3 2 6 9 4 11 12 14 13 11 13
Hải Phòng 15 11 13 9-14 3 2 13 8 8 8 6 10 10 7 12 3 7 2 12 14 6 10 6 2 7 6 12 12
Thanh Hóa 9 10 14 12 7 11 5 3 3 6 2 2 13 11
Bình Định 10 14 9 9 11 13 9 15 9-14 10 9-14 5 13 14 4 4 7 10 3 6 12
Than Quảng Ninh 5 11 14 13 7 16 22 18 6 4 4 4 5 3 4
Sài Gòn 7 5 8 5 3
Hà Tĩnh 8
Quảng Nam 8 8 5 1 11 9 14
Khánh Hòa 14 12 12 16 14 12 4 21 15-18 5 5 9 9 9 10 6 10 6 8 4 11 12 5 8 6 3 14
Cần Thơ 11 11 11 13 14
Long An 26 5 5-8 16 9-14 4 12 12 12 2 3 1 1 2 2 10 5 13 9 11 10 13 14
An Giang 15 15 17 3 8 3 5 9-14 9 4 6 11 12
Huế 2 12 7 8 9 13
Đồng Tháp 16 1 5-8 13 5 8 6 1 7 7 5 9 7 8 12 14 5 3 5 13 12 14
Đồng Nai 19 7 7 14
Tiền Giang 17 18 14 15-17 8 8 14 13
Lâm Đồng 9 10 5 16 9-14 14 9-14 11 7 4 3 6 13
Vĩnh Long 12 14
Ninh Bình 6 12 20 6 6 2 1 2 5 3 2 5 3 9 12 11 4 8 10 13
Kiên Giang 10 11
Sài Gòn Xuân Thành 3 12
Navibank Sài Gòn 11 13 8 7
Hà Nội ACB 1 10 5 4 18 22 11 5-8 12 9-14 15 12 5 11 8 11 13 14 9
Hòa Phát Hà Nội 9 11 12 14 10 10
Công an Hà Nội 2 3 14 1 4 14 10 3 9-14 11 15-18 9 10 4 3 7 8 8
Hải Quan 3 8 2 10 6 3 8 10 4 1 7 6 10 7 6 11
Công an Thanh Hóa 18 23 9 9-14 17 16
Dệt Nam Định 18 14 7 18 15-18
Quân khu 5 15-18
Điện Hải Phòng 24 4 9-14 7
Thanh niên Hà Nội 19
CN Xây dựng Hà Nội 15 6 8 17 13 12 15-17
Công an Hà Bắc 23
Cảng Hải Phòng 9 11 3 7 7 11 20 24
Quân khu 3 4 6 16 12 8 20 25 25
CA Quảng Nam Đà Nẵng 19 26
Quân khu Thủ đô 7 2 10 15 10 16 15 27
Quân khu 7 28
Gò Dầu 29
Hải Hưng 30
Vĩnh Phú 31
Sở Công nghiệp TPHCM 8 4 7 3 2 4 7 32
Phòng không Không quân 5 7 8 6 12 9 27
Công nghiệp Thực phẩm 11 16 16 19
Tây Ninh 13 9 17
CN Xây Dựng Hải Phòng 12 17
Key
Currently in the V.League 1
Currently in the V.League 2
Currently in the V.League 3
Dissolved


All-time table

Figures as of 14 January 2021, primary source: http://www.rsssf.com/tablesv/vietchamp.html

This is the following is a V.League 1 table of statistics of seasons, number of matches and results of each team in all 38 national championship football seasons.

Match figures and match results excluding the 2021 season have not been completed and the seasons are not recorded, namely the 1990 and 1992 group stages; second round of the 1995 season; two games in the group stage of the 1996 season.

The total number of matches recorded is 5236 of which there are 3,824 wins and losses and 1412 draws. The total number of goals is 13783, the average number of goals in a match is: 2.63.

Detailed results

Key

Currently in the V.League 1
Founding members currently in the V.League 1
Founding members of the V.League 1
Rank Club Years Cons. Seasons Matches played Win Draw Lost Goals For Goals Against Points[18]
1 Sông Lam Nghệ An Sông Lam Nghệ Tĩnh (1986–1991)

Sông Lam Nghệ An (1992–2003)

Pjico Sông Lam Nghệ An (2004–2006)

Tài chính Dầu khí Sông Lam Nghệ An (2007–2008)

Sông Lam Nghệ An (2009–2021)

33 641 258 193 190 913 726 967
2 Đà Nẵng Quảng Nam-Đà Nẵng (1984–1995)

Đà Nẵng (1999/00, 2001/02-2007)

SHB Đà Nẵng (2008–2021)

31 586 240 157 189 853 721 877
3 Ho Chi Minh City FC Cảng Sài Gòn (1980–2003)

Thép Miền Nam Cảng Sài Gòn (2005–2008)

Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh (2009, 2017–2021)

30 540 221 145 174 759 657 808
4 Khánh Hòa Phú Khánh (1980–1989)

Khánh Hòa (1992, 1995-2000/01)

Khatoco Khánh Hòa (2006–2012)

Sanna Khánh Hòa BVN (2015–2019)

27 554 199 140 215 661 717 737
5 Hải Phòng Công an Hải Phòng (1986-1993/94, 1997-2001/02)

Thép Việt-Úc Hải Phòng (2004)

Mitsustar Hải Phòng (2005)

Mitsustar Haier Hải Phòng (2006)

Xi măng Hải Phòng (2008–2010)

Vicem Hải Phòng (2011–2012)

Xi măng Vicem Hải Phòng (2013)[19]

Hải Phòng (2014–2021)

29 565 199 138 228 713 765 735
6 Viettel CLB Quân đội (1981/82-1998)

Thể Công (1999/00-2004)

Thể Công-Viettel (2008 vòng 1–19)[20]

Thể Công (2008 vòng 20–26 −2009)

Viettel (2019–2021)

25 441 203 109 129 588 476 716
7 Bình Dương Sông Bé (1993/94-1995)

Bình Dương (1998, 2004–2006)

Becamex Bình Dương (2007–2021)

21 461 189 126 146 701 581 693
8 Hoàng Anh Gia Lai Hoàng Anh Gia Lai (2003–2021) 19 438 172 99 167 651 639 615
9 Long An Long An (1987–1995, 1998-1999/00)

Gạch Đồng Tâm Long An (2003–2006)

Đồng Tâm Long An (2007–2011, 2013–2015)

Long An (2016–2017)

23 456 158 113 185 647 711 587
10 Nam Định Công nghiệp Hà Nam Ninh (1982/83-1987)

Nam Định (1998–2003)

Sông Đà Nam Định (2004–2005)

Gạch men Mikado Nam Định (2006)

Đạm Phú Mỹ Nam Định (2007–2008)

Gạch men Mikado Nam Định (2009)

Megastar Nam Định (2010)

Nam Định (2018)

Dược Nam Hà Nam Định (2019–2020)

Nam Định (2021)

21 428 154 107 167 511 559 569
11 Hà Nội T&T Hà Nội (2009)

Hà Nội T&T (2010–2016)

Hanoi FC (2017–2021)

13 296 163 72 61 604 355 561
12 Đồng Tháp Đồng Tháp (1980, 1989-2000/01, 2003)

Delta Đồng Tháp (2004–2005)

Đồng Tháp (2007)

Tập đoàn Cao su Đồng Tháp (2009–2012)

Đồng Tháp (2015–2016)

22 423 136 114 173 495 588 522
13 Ninh Bình Công an TP. Hồ Chí Minh (1986–1989, 1991-2001/02 vòng 1–11)

Ngân hàng Đông Á (2001/02 vòng 12–18 -2003)[21]

Ngân hàng Đông Á Thép Pomina (2004)

Xi măng The Vissai Ninh Bình (2010–2014)[22]

20 364 140 89 135 523 480 509
14 Thanh Hóa Halida Thanh Hóa (2007–2008 vòng 1–13)[23]

Xi măng Công Thanh-Thanh Hóa (2008 vòng 14–26 – 2009 vòng 1–17)

Thanh Hóa (2009 vòng 18–26)[24]

Lam Sơn Thanh Hóa (2010)

Thanh Hóa (2011–2015 vòng 1–12)

FLC Thanh Hóa (2015 vòng 13–26 – 2018)[25]

Thanh Hóa (2019–2020)

Đông Á Thanh Hóa (2021)

15 346 130 93 123 500 538 483
15 Công An Hà Nội Công an Hà Nội (1980–1992, 1996-2001/02)

Hàng không Việt Nam (2003)

18 290 113 90 87 366 311 429
16 Bình Định Công nhân Nghĩa Bình (1980–1989)

Bình Định (1990–1995, 1998, 2001/02-2004)

Hoa Lâm Bình Định (2005)

Pisico Bình Định (2006–2007)

Boss Bình Định (2008)

Topenland Bình Định (2021)

22 333 104 93 136 354 443 405
17 Than Quảng Ninh Than Quảng Ninh (1981/82-1989)

Công nhân Quảng Ninh (1991)

Than Quảng Ninh (2014–2021)

16 281 108 80 93 389 346 404
18 Hải Quan Hải Quan (1980–1998) 16 241 108 57 76 335 267 381
19 Hà Nội ACB Tổng cục Đường sắt (1980–1985, 1987–1989)

Đường sắt Việt Nam (1990-1993/94)

LG ACB (2003)

LG Hà Nội ACB (2004–2006 vòng 1–13)[26]

Hà Nội ACB (2006 vòng 14–24-2008, 2011)

CLB Bóng đá Hà Nội (2012)[27]

19 323 94 89 140 376 467 371
20 Lâm Đồng Lâm Đồng (1985-1999/00) 13 192 72 40 80 234 261 256
21 Quảng Nam QNK Quảng Nam (2014–2016)

Quảng Nam (2017–2020)

7 170 60 54 56 282 283 234
22 An Giang An Giang (1980, 1982/83-1984, 1987–1997)

Hùng Vương An Giang (2014)

13 176 65 38 73 210 239 233
23 Sở Công nghiệp TP. Hồ Chí Minh Sở Công nghiệp Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh (1980–1989) 8 130 53 39 38 176 168 198
24 Sài Gòn CLB Hà Nội (2016 vòng 1–5)[28]

Sài Gòn (2016 vòng 6–26 – 2021)

6 124 48 36 40 179 162 180
25 Hòa Phát Hà Nội Hòa Phát Hà Nội (2005–2008, 2010–2011) 6 150 41 42 67 185 239 165
26 Cảng Hải Phòng Cảng Hải Phòng (1980–1989) 8 115 34 44 37 122 123 146
27 Huế Thừa Thiên-Huế (1995–1996, 1999/00-2001/02)

Huda Huế (2007)

6 121 34 30 57 121 166 132
28 Quân khu Thủ đô Quân khu Thủ đô (1980–1989) 8 105 30 37 38 109 120 127
29 Navibank Sài Gòn Quân khu 4 (2009)

Navibank Sài Gòn (2010–2012)[29]

4 104 31 29 44 125 151 122
30 Quân khu 3 Quân khu 3 (1980–1989) 8 110 28 37 45 101 129 121
31 Cần Thơ Cần Thơ (1996)

Xổ số Kiến thiết Cần Thơ (2015–2018)

5 126 27 39 60 146 208 120
32 Phòng không Không quân Phòng không Không quân (1980–1987) 7 104 29 33 42 110 152 120
33 Công nhân Xây dựng Hà Nội Công nhân Xây dựng Hà Nội (1981/82-1985, 1987–1990) 7 96 28 33 35 93 108 117
34 Đồng Nai Đồng Nai (1989, 2013–2015) 4 83 23 19 41 117 143 88
35 Tiền Giang Tiền Giang (1980, 1987-1993/94)

Thép Pomina Tiền Giang (2006)

8 88 19 24 45 76 125 81
36 Điện Hải Phòng Điện Hải Phòng (1987–1991) 4 47 14 18 15 36 41 60
37 Dệt Nam Định Dệt Nam Định (1984, 1987–1990, 1992) 5 43 15 13 15 50 55 58
38 Công nghiệp Thực phẩm Công nghiệp Thực phẩm (1980)
Lương thực Thực phẩm (1981/82)
Công nghiệp Thực phẩm (1985–1986)
4 53 12 18 23 62 74 54
39 Công an Thanh Hóa Công an Thanh Hóa (1986–1991, 1993/94) 6 63 13 13 37 58 104 52
40 Kiên Giang Kienlongbank Kiên Giang (2012–2013) 2 46 12 10 24 54 91 46
41 Sài Gòn Xuân Thành CLB Bóng đá Sài Gòn (2012 vòng 1–17)[30]

Sài Gòn Xuân Thành (2012 vòng 18–26)

Xi măng Xuân Thành Sài Gòn (2013)

2 26 12 10 4 43 23 46
42 Tây Ninh Tây Ninh (1980-1982/83) 3 43 8 12 23 41 71 36
43 Công an Quảng Nam-Đà Nẵng Công an Quảng Nam-Đà Nẵng (1987–1989) 2 26 6 12 8 25 30 30
44 Công nhân Xây dựng Hải Phòng Công nhân Xây dựng Hải Phòng (1980-1981/82) 2 22 6 6 10 13 22 24
45 Vĩnh Long Vĩnh Long (1997, 1999/00) 2 22 3 12 7 18 26 21
46 Hà Tĩnh Hồng Lĩnh Hà Tĩnh (2020–2021) 2 20 4 8 8 19 24 20
47 Công an Hà Bắc Công an Hà Bắc (1989) 1 10 3 3 4 11 11 12
48 Quân khu 7 Quân khu 7 (1989) 1 10 2 3 5 10 14 9
49 Gò Dầu Gò Dầu (1989) 1 10 2 1 7 5 15 7
50 Thanh niên Hà Nội Thanh niên Hà Nội (1991) 1 10 1 2 7 5 14 5
51 Hải Hưng Hải Hưng (1989) 1 10 0 3 7 1 20 3
52 Vĩnh Phú Công nghiệp Việt Trì Vĩnh Phú (1989) 1 10 0 2 8 7 24 2
53 Quân khu 5 Quân khu 5 (1992) 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Top-performing clubs

No. of championships[31] Clubs
6 Viettel
5 Hà Nội
4 Becamex Bình Dương, Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh
3 SHB Đà Nẵng, Sông Lam Nghệ An
2 Hoàng Anh Gia Lai, Long An, Đồng Tháp
1 Hải Quan, Nam Định, Tổng cục Đường sắt, Công an Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh, Quảng Nam, Công an Hà Nội

Boldface indicates clubs playing in 2021 season

All-time appearances

Top ten players with most appearances
Player Period Club(s) Games
1 Nguyễn Hồng Sơn 1988–2005 Thể Công 401, Công Nhân Bia Đỏ 29 430
2 Lê Tấn Tài 2003– Sanna Khánh Hòa BVN 217, Hải Phòng 11, Becamex Bình Dương 155, Hồng Lĩnh Hà Tĩnh 6, Hà Nội 16 415
3 Nguyễn Thế Anh 1965–1984 Thể Công 412 412
4 Đặng Phương Nam 1992–2007 Thể Công 388 388
5 Phan Văn Tài Em 2002–2011 Long An 305, Navibank Sài Gòn 44, Xuân Thành Sài Gòn 27 376
6 Nguyễn Anh Đức 2006–2020 Đông Á Bank 9, Becamex Bình Dương 355, Hoàng Anh Gia Lai 3 367
7 Nguyễn Cao Cường 1973–1990 Thể Công 332 332
8 Phạm Thành Lương 2005– Hà Nội ACB 144, Hà Nội 161 305
9 Dương Hồng Sơn 1998–2015 Sông Lam Nghệ An 206, Hà Nội 95 301
10 Nguyễn Minh Phương 1998–2015 Cảng Sài Gòn 95, Long An 171, SHB Đà Nẵng 38, 294
Nguyễn Minh Châu 2003–2017 Hải Phòng 294 294

Boldface indicates a player still active in the V.League 1.

All-time top scorers

Player Period Clubs (mostly known as) Goals
1 Hoàng Vũ Samson 2007– Đồng Tháp, Hà Nội, Quảng Nam, Thanh Hóa 201
2 Đỗ Merlo 2009– SHB Đà Nẵng, Nam Định, Sài Gòn 157
3 Nguyễn Văn Dũng 1983–1999 Nam Định, Sông Lam Nghệ An, Thanh Hóa 130
4 Nguyễn Anh Đức 2005– Đông Á Bank, Becamex Bình Dương, Hoàng Anh Gia Lai 123
5 Nguyễn Cao Cường 1973–1990 Thể Công 127
6 Lê Công Vinh 2004–2016 Sông Lam Nghệ An, Hà Nội T&T, Hà Nội 1956, Becamex Bình Dương 116
7 Huỳnh Kesley Alves 2003–2019 Becamex Bình Dương, Hoàng Anh Gia Lai, Sài Gòn Xuân Thành, Sanna Khánh Hòa BVN, Hồ Chí Minh City 113
8 Nguyễn Văn Quyết 2011– Hà Nội 94
- Antonio Carlos 2003–2015 Long An 94
9 Gonzalo Marronkle 2009–2017 Hà Nội 81
10 Lê Huỳnh Đức 1995–2007 Hồ Chí Minh City Police, SHB Đà Nẵng 79
- Timothy Anjembe 2009–2015 Hòa Phát Hà Nội, Hà Nội ACB, Hoàng Anh Gia Lai 79

Boldface indicates a player still active in the V.League 1.

Youth League

In addition to the V-League, there is also a reserve youth League for U-19 players, with the aim to improve the quality of V-League and to become the future seeds for the clubs and national team themselves.

Year Venue Finals 3rd place
Champions Results Runners-up
U18
1995 Ho Chi Minh City Bến Tre 1–1, 4–2 (11m) Hồ Chí Minh City Hà Nội (1956) and Quảng Ngãi
1996 Ho Chi Minh City Hà Nội (1956) 1–0 Bến Tre Hồ Chí Minh City and Quảng Ngãi
1997 Hanoi Thanh Hoá 1–0 Thể Công Hà Nội (1956)
1998 Ho Chi Minh City Thể Công 2–0 Hà Nội (1956) Hồ Chí Minh City
1999 Hà Tĩnh
Nghệ An
Sông Lam Nghệ An 2–0 Hà Tĩnh Hồ Chí Minh CityU17 Vietnam
2000 Hà Tĩnh Hà Tĩnh 3–0 Nam Định Sông Lam Nghệ AnKhánh Hoà
2001 Khánh Hoà Sông Lam Nghệ An 0–0, 5–3 (11m) Hà Tĩnh Lâm ĐồngNam Định
2002 Ho Chi Minh City Thể Công 1–0 Sông Lam Nghệ An Đồng Tháp and Hồ Chí Minh City
2003 Đà Nẵng Đồng Tháp 1-0 Nam Định Đà Nẵng
2004 Hải Phòng Sông Lam Nghệ An 0–0, 5–4 (11m) Thành Long Đồng ThápĐà Nẵng
2005 Ho Chi Minh City Sông Lam Nghệ An 2–2, 4–3 (11m) Hồ Chí Minh City Thể CôngĐồng Nai
U19
2006 TP. Hồ Chí Minh Sông Lam Nghệ An 3–0 Nam Định Thành Long và Bình Dương
2007 Nam Định Đồng Nai 1–0 Sông Lam Nghệ An Hà Nội – ACB và ĐPM Nam Định
2008 TP. Hồ Chí Minh Thành Long 3–0[32] Đồng Tâm Long An Sông Lam Nghệ An và Đồng Nai
2009 Gia Lai Viettel 0–0,4–3 (11m) Hoàng Anh Gia Lai Bình Thuận và Becamex Bình Dương
2010 Nghệ An Than Quảng Ninh 1–0[33] Cao su Đồng Tháp SHB Đà Nẵng và Megastar E&C Nam Định
2011 Phú Thọ Hà Nội T&T 1–1,7–6 (11m)[34] Sông Lam Nghệ An Hoà Phát Hà Nội và Đồng Tâm Long An
2012 Đà Nẵng Cao su Đồng Tháp 1-0'[35] SHB Đà Nẵng Sông Lam Nghệ An và Hà Nội
2013 Gia Lai
Kon Tum
Khatoco Khánh Hòa 1–1,4–3(11m) Sông Lam Nghệ An Hà Nội T&T và Hà Nội
2014 Pleiku Hà Nội T&T 0–0,5–4 (11m) Sông Lam Nghệ An Hoàng Anh Gia Lai và Viettel
2015 Vinh PVF 0–0, 4–3 (11m) Hà Nội T&T Đồng Tâm Long An và Viettel
2016 Nha Trang Hà Nội T&T 1–1, 6–5 (11m) Viettel Sanatech Khánh Hòa và PVF
2017 Bình Định U19 Hà Nội 4–2 U19 PVF U19 Viettel và U19 Thừa Thiên Huế
2018 Thừa Thiên – Huế U19 Đồng Tháp 0-0, 3–2 (11m) U19 Hà Nội Viettel và Sông Lam Nghệ An

See also

References

Notes
  1. ^ In response to recent allegations of corruption in the Vietnam Football Federation, Eximbank were reportedly "considering canceling their sponsorship" of the V-League, effective the 2012 season. "6 clubs want to leave V-League, set up own league". tuoitrenews.vn. Archived from the original on 8 December 2011. Retrieved 10 September 2011.
References
  1. ^ a b "Historic change: Company to run Vietnam football". Archived from the original on 1 April 2012. Retrieved 31 October 2011.
  2. ^ "6 clubs want to leave V-League, set up own league". Tuổi Trẻ. 10 September 2011. Archived from the original on 8 December 2011. Retrieved 10 September 2011.
  3. ^ "3 football referees suspended for dishonesty". Tuổi Trẻ. Archived from the original on 8 December 2011. Retrieved 29 August 2011.
  4. ^ "V-League 2010 Regulations (Vietnamese)" (PDF).
  5. ^ "No-relegation V-League a crazy idea: insiders". Tuổi Trẻ News. 10 December 2012. Retrieved 10 December 2012.
  6. ^ "V-League to be fully frofit driven in two years; increase to 14 teams by 2012". aseanfootball.org. ASEAN Football Federation. 10 September 2011. Retrieved 13 September 2011.
  7. ^ a b http://www.vnleague.com/vdqg-vleague/lich-thi-dau/
  8. ^ "LS Holdings to sponsor V.League 1 and V.League 2 in 2020". Vietnamnet Global. Retrieved 8 February 2020.
  9. ^ "V.Leagues sign three year sponsorship deal". vietnamnews.vn. Retrieved 25 December 2020.
  10. ^ "Saigon Xuan Thanh withdraws from V-League". Vietnam Net. 23 August 2013.
  11. ^ "Saigon Xuan Thanh withdraws from V-League". VietnamNet.vn. 23 August 2013. Retrieved 6 December 2013.
  12. ^ "V-League 2014 kick off slated for mid-January". VietnamNet.vn. 26 November 2013. Retrieved 6 December 2013.
  13. ^ "AFC to Monitor Vietnam Match-Fixing Issue". aseanfootball.org. 12 April 2014. Retrieved 3 February 2015.
  14. ^ "Ninh Bình Quit V-League but Not AFC Cup". aseanfootball.org. 18 April 2014. Retrieved 3 February 2015.
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  16. ^ "VFF promotes local league talent". Vietnam Net. 6 November 2012. Retrieved 6 December 2012.
  17. ^ "V-League 2019 chính thức tăng suất ngoại binh thi đấu". 24 November 2018.
  18. ^ Be calculated according to the scoring method from the season 1997: 3–1–0
  19. ^ "Kết thúc V-League 2012, Vicem Hải Phòng phải xuống hạng, nhưng chỉ 2 ngày trước thời hạn chót đăng ký tham dự mùa bóng 2013 (8/12), Hải Phòng đã hoàn tất thương vụ mua lại suất chơi V-League 2013 từ Khatoco Khánh Hòa và đội bóng chính thức được đăng ký tên mới Xi măng Vicem Hải Phòng từ V-League 2013". Báo Tin tức – Thông tấn xã Việt Nam.
  20. ^ "Bộ Quốc phòng đồng ý đổi tên CLB Thể Công Viettel thành CLB Thể Công ở vòng 20 của mùa giải 2008".
  21. ^ "Vnexpress.net Công an TP. HCM đổi tên thành Ngân hàng Đông Á."
  22. ^ "Tiền thân của Câu lạc bộ bóng đá Ngân hàng Đông Á từng tham dự V-League là đội Công an Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh, sau khi Ngân hàng Đông Á giải thể đội được chuyển giao cho Sơn Đồng Tâm Long An, tiếp đó được chuyển nhượng cho Xi măng The Vissai Ninh Bình cùng với suất chơi ở hạng nhất. V.Ninh Bình: Tiền mua tiên cũng được". Thể thao Văn hóa (in Vietnamese). 14 January 2009.
  23. ^ "Thông báo của VFF trong đó có quyết định cho Halida Thanh Hóa đổi tên thánh Xi măng Công Thanh -Thanh Hóa ở lượt về mùa giải 2008".
  24. ^ "Xi măng Công Thanh bỏ tài trợ, CLB Thanh Hóa lấy lại tên cũ".
  25. ^ "Thanh Hóa thêm tên nhà tài trợ vào giữa mùa giải 2015".
  26. ^ "Thông báo số 14 của VFF chấp thuận việc đổi tên CLB thành Hà Nội ACB".
  27. ^ "Đầu mùa giải 2012 sau khi Hòa Phát Hà Nội tuyên bố bỏ bóng đá, HN.ACB mua lại đội bóng này rồi sáp nhập cùng HN.ACB (vừa xuống hạng) để thành CLB Bóng đá Hà Nội dự V-League nhờ suất của Hòa Phát Hà Nội". Báo Tin tứct- Thông tấn xã Việt Nam.
  28. ^ "CLB Hà Nội đổi tên thành CLB Bóng đá Sài Gòn từ vòng thứ 6 của mùa giải".
  29. ^ "Tháng 7/2009, lãnh đạo TP Hồ Chí Minh và Ngân hàng Nam Việt (Navibank) đã mua lại đội bóng Quân khu 4 và đổi tên đội bóng quân đội này thành CLB Navibank SG và đại diện cho TP Hồ Chí Minh trở lại sân chơi chuyên nghiệp". Báo tin tức – Thông tấn xã Việt Nam.
  30. ^ "Thông báo số 20 của ban tổ chức giải VDQG 2012 trong đó điểm số 4 có việc đổi tên CLB Bóng đá Sài Gòn thành Sài Gòn Xuân Thành". Archived from the original on 7 June 2012.
  31. ^ https://vpf.vn/cac-doi-bong-v-league
  32. ^ Thành Long vô địch giải U19 toàn quốc năm 2008
  33. ^ Than Quảng Ninh vô địch giải bóng đá lứa tuổi 19 QG-Cúp Sơn Kova 2010
  34. ^ [1]
  35. ^ VCK giải b.đá lứa tuổi 19 QG – Cúp Sơn Kova 2012: TĐCS Đồng Tháp lên ngôi vô địch

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