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|Nickname(s)||Những chiến binh Sao Vàng|
(Golden Star Warriors)
|Association||Vietnam Football Federation (VFF)|
|Sub-confederation||AFF (Southeast Asia)|
|Head coach||Park Hang-Seo|
|Captain||Nguyễn Quang Hải|
|Home stadium||Mỹ Đình National Stadium|
|Vietnam 1–1 China |
(Hanoi, Vietnam; 8 November 2016 )
|Vietnam 6–0 Brunei |
(Biñan, Philippines; 25 November 2019 )
|Appearances||2 (first in 2017)|
|Best result||Gold Medal (2019)|
The Vietnam national under-22 and Olympic football team (Vietnamese : Đội tuyển bóng đá dưới 22 tuổi và Olympic Quốc gia Việt Nam) is the under-22 football team representing Vietnam at the Southeast Asian Games, AFC U-23 Championship qualifiers. It is controlled by the Vietnam Football Federation. The team established in 2016.
|Southeast Asian Games Record||Coach|
|2017||Group stage||3/6||5||3||1||1||12||4||Nguyễn Hữu Thắng|
|17 February 2019 AFF U-22 GS||Vietnam||2–1||Philippines||Phnom Penh, Cambodia|
|15:30||Trần Danh Trung 74'|
Lê Minh Bình 78'
|Report||Borlongan 51'||Stadium: Olympic Stadium |
Referee: Khoun Virak (Cambodia)
|19 February 2019 AFF U-22 GS||Timor-Leste||0–4||Vietnam||Phnom Penh, Cambodia|
|(UTC+7)|| Trần Danh Trung 40', 62'|
Phan Thanh Hậu 83'
Lê Xuân Tú 90+4'
|Stadium: Olympic Stadium |
Referee: Abdul Hakim Mohd Haidi (Brunei)
|21 February 2019 AFF U-22 GS||Vietnam||0–0||Thailand||Phnom Penh, Cambodia|
|(UTC+7)||Stadium: Olympic Stadium|
|24 February 2019 AFF U-22 SF||Vietnam||0–1||Indonesia||Phnom Penh, Cambodia|
|15:30||Luthfi 69'||Stadium: Olympic Stadium |
Referee: Thant Zin Oo (Myanmar)
|26 February 2019 AFF U-22 TP||Vietnam||1–0||Cambodia||Phnom Penh, Cambodia|
|15:30||Lê Xuân Tú 86'||Stadium: Olympic Stadium |
Referee: Steve Supresencia (Philippines)
|7 June 2019 Friendly||Vietnam||2–0||Myanmar||Việt Trì, Vietnam|
| Hein Phyo Win 14' (o.g.)|
Nguyễn Tiến Linh 75'
|Stadium: Việt Trì Stadium|
|13 October 2019 Friendly||Vietnam||1–1||United Arab Emirates||Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam|
|18:00||Đức Chinh 52'||Tahnoon Alzaabi 50'|
|25 November 2019 SEA Games GS||Vietnam||6–0||Brunei||Biñan, Philippines|
|16:00 UTC+8|| Hà Đức Chinh 10', 23', 48', 66'|
Triệu Việt Hưng 60'
Nguyễn Trọng Hùng 84'
|Report||Stadium: Biñan Football Stadium |
Referee: Khalid Al-Shaqsi (Oman)
|28 November 2019 SEA Games GS||Vietnam||6–1||Laos||Biñan, Philippines|
|16:00 UTC+8||Report||Stadium: Biñan Football Stadium|
|1 December 2019 SEA Games GS||Vietnam||2–1||Indonesia||Philippines|
|20:00 UTC+8||Report||Stadium: Rizal Memorial Stadium, Manila|
|3 December 2019 SEA Games GS||Singapore||0–1||Vietnam||Philippines|
|20:00 UTC+8||Report||Hà Đức Chinh 85'||Stadium: Rizal Memorial Stadium, Manila|
|5 December 2019 SEA Games GS||Vietnam||2–2||Thailand||Biñan, Philippines|
|16:00 UTC+8||Nguyễn Tiến Linh 15', 72' (pen.)||Report||Stadium: Biñan Football Stadium|
|7 December 2019 SEA Games SF||Vietnam||4–0||Cambodia||Manila, Philippines|
|20:00 UTC+8|| Nguyễn Tiến Linh 20'|
Hà Đức Chinh 25', 45+2', 68'
|Report||Stadium: Rizal Memorial Stadium, Manila|
The following 41 players were called up for training camp for Sea Games 2021 in Hanoi, Vietnam.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|GK||Trịnh Xuân Hoàng||6 November 2000||Thanh Hóa|
|GK||Quan Văn Chuẩn||7 January 2001||Phú Thọ|
|GK||Y Êli Niê||8 January 2001||Đắk Lắk|
|GK||Trần Liêm Điều||19 February 2001||Nam Định|
|GK||Phạm Mạnh Cường||27 March 2002||Viettel|
|DF||Đặng Văn Tới||12 January 1999||Hà Nội|
|DF||Cao Trần Hoàng Hùng||4 April 1999||Viettel|
|DF||Liễu Quang Vinh||30 May 1999||SHB Đà Nẵng|
|DF||Đoàn Anh Việt||15 August 1999||Than Quảng Ninh|
|DF||Dụng Quang Nho||1 January 2000||Hoàng Anh Gia Lai|
|DF||Nguyễn Xuân Kiên||4 January 2000||Bình Định|
|DF||Nhâm Mạnh Dũng||12 April 2000||Viettel|
|DF||Nguyễn Duy Kiên||23 November 2000||Công An Nhân Dân|
|DF||Huỳnh Minh Đoàn||22 March 2001||SHB Đà Nẵng|
|MF||Mai Sỹ Hoàng||1 January 1999||Sông Lam Nghệ An|
|MF||Trần Văn Công||15 February 1999||Hồng Lĩnh Hà Tĩnh|
|MF||Mai Xuân Quyết||1 April 1999||Nam Định|
|MF||Nguyễn Văn Việt||6 April 1999||Sông Lam Nghệ An|
|MF||Phạm Văn Luân||26 May 1999||Sài Gòn|
|MF||Nguyễn Trọng Long||6 January 2000||Hồ Chí Minh City|
|MF||Nguyễn Hữu Thắng||19 May 2000||Viettel|
|MF||Trần Bảo Toàn||14 July 2000||Hoàng Anh Gia Lai|
|MF||Phan Văn Hiếu||23 August 2000||Nam Định|
|MF||Nguyễn Hai Long||27 August 2000||Than Quảng Ninh|
|MF||Hà Văn Phương||7 January 2001||Công An Nhân Dân|
|MF||Trần Mạnh Quỳnh||18 January 2001||Sông Lam Nghệ An|
|MF||Hoàng Xuân Tân||22 February 2001||Nam Định|
|MF||Tẩy Văn Toàn||28 February 2001||Sài Gòn|
|MF||Lý Trung Hiếu||28 January 2001||Sài Gòn|
|MF||Nguyễn Đình Sơn||3 March 2001||Nam Định|
|MF||Huỳnh Công Đến||19 August 2001||SHB Đà Nẵng|
|MF||Lê Văn Đô||7 August 2001||SHB Đà Nẵng|
|FW||Nguyễn Hồng Sơn||24 October 2000||Hà Nội|
|FW||Nguyễn Văn Minh||8 February 1999||Hà Nội|
|FW||Lê Xuân Tú||6 September 1999||Hà Nội|
|FW||Lê Minh Bình||25 December 1999||Công An Nhân Dân|
|FW||Hồ Thanh Minh||29 August 2000||Huế|
|FW||Nguyễn Trần Việt Cường||27 December 2000||Becamex Bình Dương|
|FW||Võ Nguyên Hoàng||7 February 2002||Sài Gòn|
|FW||Nguyễn Văn Tùng||7 December 2001||Phù Đổng|
|FW||Trần Văn Đạt||26 December 2000||Công An Nhân Dân|
|Head coach||Park Hang-seo||VFF|
|Assistant coach||Lee Young-jin||VFF|
|Assistant coach||Kim Han-yoon||VFF|
|Assistant coach||Nguyễn Văn Đàn||VFF|
|Assistant coach||Lưu Danh Minh||VFF|
|Goalkeeping coach||Nguyễn Thế Anh||VFF|
|Sports Science coach||Park Sung Guyn||VFF|
|Doctor 1||Choi Ju-young||VFF|
|Doctor 2||Trần Anh Tuấn||VFF|
|Doctor 3||Tuấn Nguyên Giáp||VFF|
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