Results

Vietnam V-League 11/19 10:00 26 [6] Song Lam Nghe An v Nam Dinh [11] L 2-1
Vietnam V-League 11/13 10:00 25 [12] Nam Dinh v Sai Gon FC [13] W 3-0
Vietnam V-League 11/08 11:00 24 [12] Nam Dinh v Hai Phong [2] L 0-1
Vietnam V-League 11/04 11:00 23 [9] Hoang Anh Gia Lai v Nam Dinh [12] L 2-0
Vietnam V-League 10/30 10:00 22 [8] Binh Duong v Nam Dinh [11] D 1-1
Vietnam V-League 10/22 11:00 21 [11] Nam Dinh v Thanh Hoa [6] L 0-1
Vietnam V-League 10/15 12:15 19 [1] Ha Noi FC v Nam Dinh [9] L 5-2
Vietnam V-League 10/08 11:00 18 [9] Nam Dinh v Binh Dinh [4] L 0-2
Vietnam V-League 10/01 11:00 17 [10] Nam Dinh v Hong Linh Ha Tinh [11] W 2-0
Vietnam V-League 09/14 12:15 16 [4] Viettel FC v Nam Dinh [10] L 4-0
Vietnam V-League 09/04 12:15 15 [12] Ho Chi Minh City v Nam Dinh [11] W 0-1
Vietnam V-League 08/27 11:00 14 [12] Nam Dinh v Da Nang [7] W 2-1

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 30 14 16
Wins 6 5 1
Draws 6 2 4
Losses 18 7 11
Goals for 28 12 16
Goals against 50 12 38
Clean sheets 5 4 1
Failed to score 11 7 4

Wikipedia - Nam Dinh FC

Nam Dinh Football Club (Vietnamese: Câu lạc bộ Bóng đá Nam Định), commonly known as Namdinh, is a Vietnamese professional football club based in Nam Định that competes in the V.League 1.

History

At the beginning, the club's home crisis was a dust and sandy training ground of the militia forces where were usually called as Sân Dệt or the "stadium" of the Namdinh Spinning Factory. It was old crisis of the Vietnamese National Army's military academy.

From the end of 1970s, their home crisis was Thiên Trường Stadium. During the Vietnam War, this stadium was only a big and polluted pond with some vegetable fields. Formerly Sân Chùa-Cuối or the "Pagoda at end of the street" Stadium from one uninhibited temple which has got some daoist icons. So it was often named as "a factory weaves wishes" (nhà máy dệt giấc mơ).

Before 1997, club costumes always used home colors black-white which were similar like Juventus FC. It originates from name Namha Youths, so during the 1980-1990s they were called as "Vietnamese Juventus" by sport medias. However, after some changing times due to sponsor replacements, it was fixed as the yellow, then added lime-red.

The name of club was also changed 10 times due to sponsor replacements :

  • Le Cotonkin CF (Đội bóng tròn Cotonkin, 1930s - 1945)
  • Namha Youths FC (Đội bóng tròn Thanh niên Nam Hà, 1965 - 1978)
  • Hanamninh Industry FC (Đội bóng đá Công nghiệp Hà Nam Ninh, 1978 - 1991)
  • Namha FC (CLB BĐ Nam Hà, 1991 - 1996)
  • Namdinh FC (CLB BĐ Nam Định, 1997 - 2003)
  • Songda-Namdinh FC (CLB BĐ Sông Đà-Nam Định, 2003 - 2006)
  • Mikado-Namdinh FC (CLB BĐ Mikado-Nam Định, 2006 - 2007)
  • Phumy Fertilizer-Namdinh FC (CLB BĐ Đạm Phú Mĩ-Nam Định, 2007 - 2008)
  • Mikado-Namdinh FC (CLB BĐ Mikado-Nam Định, 2006 - 2007)
  • Megastar-Namdinh FC (CLB BĐ Megastar-Nam Định, 2009 - 2011)
  • Mikado-Namdinh FC (CLB BĐ Mikado-Nam Định, 2011 - 2013)
  • Namdinh FC (CLB BĐ Nam Định, 2013 - 2019)
  • Namha Pharma-Namdinh FC (CLB BĐ Dược Nam Hà-Nam Định, 2019 - 2020)
  • Namdinh FC (CLB BĐ Nam Định, 2021 - ?)

The club currently competes in the V.League, the top flight of Vietnamese football.