Vietnam - Australia friendship football tournament 2020
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|On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of traditional Day of People's foreign affairs, to welcome Christmas and New Year 2021, 232th anniversary of Australia's National Day, Hanoi Union of Friendship Organizations, the city's Vietnam-Australia Friendship Association cooperates with the Australian Embassy in Vietnam to organize a friendly football tournament. Source: HAUFO|
|The representatives of two football teams before a match.|
|The tournament lures teams from Friendship Association chapters and the Australian community in the country, thus strengthening understanding and friendship between people of the two countries.|
|This is one of the annual activities aimed at strengthening the relationship between the Association and Australian Embassy, creating opportunities for exchanges between member associations, promoting sports training movement among members, thereby intensifing the friendship and mutual understanding between the people of the two countries.|
|Final result: First prize belonged to Vietnam - Australia Friendship Association chapter of Hacinco Company; the second prize belonged to the Vietnam - Australia Friendship Association chapter of Vietnam - Australia School and Third Prizes were awarded to Australian Embassy in Vietnam and Vietnam - Australia Friendship Association of Doan Thi Diem School.|
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