(KPL) The Lao Football Premier League 2017 will kick off on April 1 and run until 16 July 2017, with matches taking place in seven stadiums across the country, according to the President of the Lao Football Federation, Mr Viphet Sihachack, at a press conference in Vientiane Capital on March 29.
(KPL) U.S. Ambassador to Lao PDR, Ms Rena Bitter, attended the first-ever National Wheelchair Basketball Tournament on March 18, 2017.
(KPL) The Ministry of Education and Sports and the National Olympic Committee of Laos have had an opportunity to hold a Baton Run Event to support the 29th SEA Games, to be held in Kuala Lumpur in 2017.
(KPL) On 14 March 2017, eighteen lower secondary school students, three government officials and two officials from the Lao Rugby Federation left Vientiane for Japan to participate in a youth-exchange programme under “JENESYS 2016”
(KPL) A “Rising Together Baton Run” will be held on Saturday, Mar 18 in Vientiane Capital to foster excitement for the upcoming 29th Southeast Asia (SEA) Games (Aug 19-31, 2017) and the 9th ASEAN Para Games (Sept 17-23, 2017) that will take place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
(KPL) President of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), Mr Shaikh Salman Bin Ibrahim Al Khalifa paid a visit to Vice President Mr Phankham Viphavanh in Vientiane Capital on March 7.
(KPL) Following the popular success of the previous occasions in 2015 and 2016, Pôle francophone is happy to launch the third Vientiane Francophone Rally on Mar 3, 2017.
(KPL) The government has appointed Mr Chansamone Phongchantha as the new President of the Lao Volleyball Federation.
(KPL) The second Vientiane International Half Marathon (VIHM) 2017 will take place at That Luang Square in the coming month.
(KPL) Ministry of Education and Sports has agreed to give the position of President of the Lao Football Federation (LFF) back to Mr Vipheth Sihachack who was the former President of LFF.