2015 Mekong Club Championship

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2015 Mekong Club Championship
Tournament details
Host country Flag of Laos.svg Laos
Flag of Myanmar.svg Myanmar
Flag of Cambodia.svg Cambodia
Flag of Vietnam.svg Vietnam
Flag of Thailand.svg Thailand
Dates1 November - 20 December
Teams5 (from 5 associations)
Venue(s) 5  (in 5 host cities)
Final positions
Champions Flag of Thailand.svg Buriram United (1st title)
Runners-up Flag of Cambodia.svg Boeung Ket Angkor
Tournament statistics
Matches played5
Goals scored18 (3.6 per match)
Top scorer(s) Flag of Cambodia.svg Chan Vathanaka
(5 goals)
Best player(s) Flag of Cambodia.svg Chan Vathanaka
2014
2016

The 2015 Mekong Club Championship was the 2nd season of the Mekong Club Championship. Five teams entered as respective domestic league winners from Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam. The championship is sponsored by Toyota.

Contents

Qualified teams

TeamFederationQualificationParticipation
Enter in the final
Flag of Thailand.svg Buriram United Thailand Winners of the 2015 Thai League Cup 1st
Enter in the semi-final
Flag of Vietnam.svg Becamex Bình Dương Vietnam Winners of the 2015 V.League 1 2nd
Enter in the first round
Flag of Cambodia.svg Boeung Ket Angkor Cambodia Winners of the 2015 Cambodian League 1st
Flag of Laos.svg Lao Toyota Laos Winners of the 2015 Lao Premier League 1st
Flag of Myanmar.svg Yangon United Myanmar Winners of the 2015 Myanmar National League 1st

Venues

Flag of Cambodia.svg Phnom Penh Flag of Laos.svg Vientiane Flag of Myanmar.svg Yangon Flag of Thailand.svg Bangkok Flag of Vietnam.svg Hanoi
National Olympic Stadium Chao Anouvong Stadium Thuwunna Stadium Supachalasai Stadium Hàng Đẫy Stadium
Capacity: 50,000Capacity: 15,000Capacity: 32,000Capacity: 19,793Capacity: 22,500
StadAnouvong.jpg Thuwunna Stadium.JPG Suphachalasai Stadium 2015.jpg San van dong Hang Day.jpg

First round

Key to colours in group tables
Group winner qualify for the semi-final round
PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification
1 Flag of Cambodia.svg Boeung Ket Angkor 220050+56 Semi-final round
2 Flag of Myanmar.svg Yangon United 21015503
3 Flag of Laos.svg Lao Toyota 20022750
Source: [ citation needed ]
Lao Toyota Flag of Laos.svg 0–2 Flag of Cambodia.svg Boeung Ket Angkor
Report Vathanaka Soccerball shade.svg44', 88'
Yangon United Flag of Myanmar.svg 5–2 Flag of Laos.svg Lao Toyota
Adilson Soccerball shade.svg14', 21'
David Htan Soccerball shade.svg50'
Kyaw Ko Ko Soccerball shade.svg62'
Yan Aung Kyaw Soccerball shade.svg68'
Report Honma Soccerball shade.svg47'
Pooda Soccerball shade.svg90'
Thuwunna Stadium, Yangon
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Suhaizi Shukri (Malaysia)
Boeung Ket Angkor Flag of Cambodia.svg 3–0 Flag of Myanmar.svg Yangon United
Esoh Paul Omogba Soccerball shade.svg51', 87'
Ajayi Soccerball shade.svg63'
Report
Olympic Stadium, Phnom Penh
Attendance: 15,290 [1]
Referee: Mohammed Jalal Uddin (Bangladesh)

Knockout stage

Bracket

Semifinals Finals
      
Flag of Thailand.svg Buriram United 1
Flag of Cambodia.svg Boeung Ket Angkor 0
Flag of Vietnam.svg Becamex Binh Duong 2
Flag of Cambodia.svg Boeung Ket Angkor 3

Semi-final match

Final match

Winners

Mekong Club Championship 2016
Winners
Flag of Thailand.svg
Buriram United
First Title

Goalscorers

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