Results

Vietnam Cup 11/27 10:00 1 Ha Noi FC v Binh Dinh W 2-0
Vietnam Cup 11/23 10:00 2 Hoang Anh Gia Lai v Ha Noi FC W 0-2
Vietnam V-League 11/19 10:00 26 [5] Hoang Anh Gia Lai v Ha Noi FC [1] D 1-1
Vietnam V-League 11/13 10:00 25 [1] Ha Noi FC v Hong Linh Ha Tinh [11] W 2-0
Vietnam V-League 11/09 12:15 24 [2] Ha Noi FC v Viettel FC [4] W 1-0
Vietnam V-League 11/04 10:00 23 [6] Thanh Hoa v Ha Noi FC [1] D 1-1
Vietnam V-League 10/30 12:15 22 [2] Ha Noi FC v Da Nang [9] W 3-0
Vietnam V-League 10/23 10:00 21 [3] Hai Phong v Ha Noi FC [1] L 3-2
Vietnam V-League 10/19 12:15 20 [13] Ho Chi Minh City v Ha Noi FC [1] W 0-6
Vietnam V-League 10/15 12:15 19 [1] Ha Noi FC v Nam Dinh [9] W 5-2
Vietnam V-League 10/01 12:15 17 [1] Ha Noi FC v Binh Duong [7] W 5-1
Vietnam V-League 09/13 12:15 16 [13] Sai Gon FC v Ha Noi FC [1] D 1-1

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 32 14 18
Wins 22 12 10
Draws 7 1 6
Losses 3 1 2
Goals for 72 32 40
Goals against 28 10 18
Clean sheets 13 7 6
Failed to score 2 2 0

Wikipedia - Hanoi FC

Hanoi Football Club (Vietnamese: Câu lạc bộ bóng đá Hà Nội) is a Vietnamese professional football club based in Hanoi, Vietnam that competes in the V.League 1.

The club currently plays in the V.League 1. Hanoi FC was founded in 2006 as T&T Hanoi Football Club, shortened as Hanoi T&T before renamed to Hanoi T&T Football Club in 2010 and finally to its current name in 2016. The club has participated in the V.League 1 since the 2009 season. The club has been regarded as the first fully professionalized club in the country.

Hanoi's traditional colours is purple-white or purple-yellow home strip. The club's main rivals are Haiphong, against whom they contest the Northern Vietnam Derby. They also contest Hanoi with Viettel.

History

Foundation and rise

Hanoi FC was established in 2006 by T&T Group, a partly private business company that was seeking its fortune to raise the status. T&T hoped that by establishing the club, it would improve the company's profits to become a major company while on the same time also sought to bring the first sense of professional football to replace the current semi-professional status of Vietnamese football. Eventually, the club was officially established with support from local authorities as Hanoi T&T, and began in the lowest division of Vietnamese football, V.League 4.

Ever since the foundation, investment from the T&T company toward the club started to rise, and the club slowly managed to acquire its best players to play for the club, while on the same time Hanoi T&T began to improve. The club was quick to acquire straight promotion on its seasonal debut in V.League 4, before earning promotion to V.League 1 after just three years of existence, making the club the most promising name on Vietnamese football.

First V.League title and establishment of a new powerhouse

Once the club established its foothold, Hanoi T&T began to emerge radically and started to feel success in its debut on the top league. The club missed out their chance to win the 2009 season, but soon got the joy when they won the 2010 season, the club's first ever title. Since then, the club has always maintained as one of the best supported, cleaned of corruption and financially stable in Vietnam, a rare case in Vietnamese football where corruption and financial mismanagement is a norm – thus allowing the club to gain two another titles in 2013 and 2016.

Thanked for good management and domestic trophy in 2010, Hanoi T&T was able to participate in their first international tournament, the 2011 AFC Cup. However, Hanoi T&T had performed poorly in their first AFC Cup tournament, finishing in third place. The team however returned in 2014 AFC Cup, where they had its best performance in the AFC Cup up to that date, reaching the last eight before losing to eventual finalist Erbil SC from Iraq.

Name change

In 2016, shortly after winning the 2016 season, T&T Group decided to dedicate the club to the people of Hanoi, thus retreating its stakeholder and the club was officially renamed as Hanoi FC. The City Council had also decided to grant Hàng Đẫy Stadium to the club as a tribute so the club could use and improve the facilities.

Hanoi FC managed to continue maintaining its domination, while on the same time had participated in the 2017 AFC Cup and 2019 AFC Cup. The 2017 AFC Cup was not a successful tournament when Hanoi FC was eliminated in the group stage. In 2019 edition, Hanoi FC made its historic breakthrough, reaching the semi-finals of the AFC Cup for the first time, but lost to North Korean April 25 Sports Club by away goal rule.