Last updated : Monday, 04 December 2023
Äã¡ Bá»¥i is an amateur football league in Vietnam. It was founded in 1998 and is currently the largest amateur football league in the country. The league has over 100 teams, divided into different divisions based on skill level.
The goal of Äã¡ Bá»¥i is to promote football and physical fitness among Vietnamese people. The league also provides an opportunity for players to improve their skills and compete against other teams.
Äã¡ Bá»¥i was founded in 1998 by a group of Vietnamese football enthusiasts. The league was originally called the "Vietnamese Amateur Football League". However, the name was changed to Äã¡ Bá»¥i in 2005.
The league has grown rapidly in recent years. In 2010, there were only 50 teams in the league. By 2023, the number of teams has increased to over 100.
Äã¡ Bá»¥i is divided into different divisions based on skill level. The top division is the Premier League. The Premier League has 16 teams, and the winner of the Premier League is crowned the champion of Äã¡ Bá»¥i.
The other divisions are the First Division, the Second Division, and the Third Division. The teams in each division are promoted or relegated to a different division based on their performance in the previous season.
The rules of Äã¡ Bá»¥i are based on the rules of FIFA. However, there are some minor differences. For example, the number of substitutes is limited to five.
The league also has its own set of disciplinary rules. Players who are found guilty of misconduct can be suspended or fined.