2018 AFF Championship fixtures and Malaysian TV schedule

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Find out the time, dates and venues for all the 2018 AFF Championship matches, as well as where to watch them on Malaysian television!


BY        ZULHILMI ZAINAL       Follow on Twitter


GROUP STAGE

November 8, Thursday 

Cambodia v Malaysia , 7.30 pm, Olympic Stadium, RTM2 and Astro CH812/832

Laos v Vietnam, 8.30 pm, New Laos National Stadium, Astro CH813/Fox Sports 2

Akhyar Rashid, Malaysia, Cambodia

Cambodia v Malaysia friendly match back in September. Photo by Getty 

November 9, Friday 

Singapore v Indonesia, 8.00 pm, Singapore National Stadium, Astro CH812/832

Timor-Leste v Thailand, 8.00 pm, Rajamangala Stadium, Astro CH813/Fox Sports 2

 

November 12, Monday

Myanmar v Cambodia, 7.30 pm, Mandalarthiri Stadium, Astro CH813/Fox Sports 2

Malaysia v Laos, 8.45 pm, Bukit Jalil National Stadium, RTM 1 and Astro CH812/832

 

November 13, Tuesday

Philippines v Singapore, 8.00 pm, Panaad Stadium, Astro CH812/832

Indonesia v Timor-Leste, 8.00 pm, Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Astro CH813/Fox Sports 2

 

November 16, Friday

Laos v Myanmar, 8.30 pm, New Laos National Stadium, Astro CH813/829

Vietnam v Malaysia , 8.30 pm, Mỹ Đình National Stadium, RTM2 and Astro CH812/832

Malaysia's Ronny Harun in action against Vietnam - 2016 AFF Suzuki Cup 23/11/16

Malaysia v Vietnam in 2016 AFF Championship. Photo from Asiana

November 17, Saturday

Thailand v Indonesia, 7.30 pm, Rajamangala Stadium, Astro CH812/832

Timor-Leste v Philippines 8.00 pm, Kuala Lumpur FA Stadium, Astro CH813/829

 

November 20, Tuesday

Myanmar v Vietnam, 7.30 pm, Thuwunna Stadium, Astro CH812/832

Cambodia v Laos, 7.30 pm, Olympic Stadium, Phnom Penh, Astro CH813/829

 

November 21, Wednesday

Philippines v Thailand, 7.30 pm, Panaad Stadium, Astro CH813/829

Singapore v Timor-Leste, 7.30 pm, Singapore National Stadium, Astro CH812/832

 

November 24, Saturday

Vietnam v Cambodia, 8.30 pm, Hàng Đẫy Stadium (not broadcast in Malaysia) 

Malaysia v Myanmar, 8.30 pm, Bukit Jalil National Stadium, Astro CH813/829

Malaysia's Safee Sali during the match against Myanmar - 2016 AFF Suzuki Cup 26/11/16

Malaysia v Myanmar in 2016 AFF Championship. Photo from Asiana

November 25, Sunday

Thailand v Singapore, 8.00 pm, Rajamangala Stadium, Astro CH813/829

Indonesia v Philippines, 8.00 pm, Gelora Bung Karno Stadium (not broadcast in Malaysia)

SEMI-FINALS

December 1, Saturday

Malaysia v Thailand, 8.45 pm, Bukit Jalil National Stadium, RTM1 and Astro CH812/832

Chnathip Songkrasin - Malaysia vs Thailand 20122014

Malaysia vs Thailand in the 2014 edition. Photo from Getty

December 2, Sunday

Philippines v Vietnam, 7.30 pm, Panaad Stadium, Astro CH812/832

 

December 5, Wednesday

Thailand v Malaysia, 8.00 pm, Rajamangala Stadium, RTM2 and Astro CH812/832

 

December 6, Thursday

Vietnam v Philippines, 8.30 pm, Mỹ Đình National Stadium, Astro CH812/832

FINAL

December 11, Tuesday

Malaysia v Vietnam, 08.45 pm, Bukit Jalil National Stadium, RTM2 and Astro CH812/832

Shahrel Fikri, Malaysia, 2018 AFF Suzuki Cup

Vietnam vs Malaysia on November 16. Photo from Asiana

December 15, Saturday

Vietnam v Malaysia, 08.30 pm, Mỹ Đình National Stadium, RTM2 and Astro CH812/832

*All in Malaysian time.

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