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Mai Duc Chung, Vietnam

Head Coach of the Vietnamese National Women's Football Team 

Six-time SEA Games champion with the women's national football team 

V-League champion in 2015 with Binh Duong, National Cup winner in 2011 with Navibank Sai Gon FC, Merdeka Cup champion in 2008 with the U22 Vietnam team 

Coach Mai Đức Chung is the Head Coach of the Vietnamese National Women's Football Team. With over 40 years of dedication to sports in Vietnam, he has played a significant role in achieving glory for the nation alongside the women's football team. 

During his playing career, Chung won the national championship in 1980 with the Railway General Department team. He represented the national team from 1981 to 1984. 

Transitioning from a player to a coach, Chung started his coaching career in 1984, beginning with the youth team of the Railway General Department. He first took charge of the Vietnamese women's national team in 1997, while he first coached the men's national football team in 2017. 

Coach Mai Đức Chung won the V-League in 2015 with Bình Dương, secured the National Cup in 2011 with Navibank Saigon, and clinched the Merdeka Cup in 2008 with the U22 Vietnam team. 

With the Vietnamese women's football team, Coach Mai Đức Chung has led the team to victory in six SEA Games (2003, 2005, 2017, 2019, 2021, and 2023), won the Southeast Asian Championship in 2019, reached the semifinals of the Asian Games in 2014, and qualified for the FIFA Women's World Cup in 2023. 

He has played a crucial role in overcoming various challenges, bringing women's football closer to fans, and earning admiration and respect from supporters nationwide.

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