Thai League Postponed Until Mid-April

 

Due to concerns over the spread of COVID-19, The Football Association of Thailand has postponed all T1-T4 fixtures from now until April 18th. Originally the FA announced there would be no change, then a day later it was announced that games would go ahead behind closed doors. After input from clubs, however, who were unhappy at the prospect of losing out on the income generated on matchdays, the FA decided to pull the plug altogether and postpone the fixtures until after Songkran.

With hysteria around the virus only increasing there may yet be further delays, so we will keep you apprised if there are any new developments.

The Port games that have been affected are as follows:

  • Port vs. Police Tero
  • Port vs. BG Pathum Thani
  • Trat vs. Port
  • Port vs. Muangthong

With all these games to be worked into the schedule (assuming no further delays) we can probably expect to be seeing a lot of action on Wednesdays in the coming months, but seeing as 3 of Port’s 4 postponed games are at home, it might not be such a bad result for Port fans in comparison to fans of other teams.

As things stand, the next game will be the away trip to Rayong FC on Saturday April 18th, but we would advise against booking anything until much closer to the time of the game.

Wash your hands regularly, stay virus-free and hopefully we’ll see you there!

 

Tom Earls

Tom Earls

Having moved to Thailand aged 10, Tom has been playing or watching football in Thailand for more than 18 years. A keen follower of the Thai National Team and an avid fan of Port FC, he is a regular contributor to The Sandpit.

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