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Jan. 10, 19 | 9:01 am

After a solid performance by the see the Philippines’ team Azkals at their opening game for the AFC Asian Cup 2019 group stages, more Filipinos are expected to come and cheer for the PH team for their upcoming game in Abu Dhabi happening tomorrow, January 11 at 5:30 pm that will take place at the Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium.

In the comment threads and at messages sent to The Filipino Times, there will be a group of Azkals fans who will be meeting up at RAKBANK near the Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi from 3:00 pm onwards for those who plan to watch the games together.

Fans are requested to wear White or Blue and flags from Philippine Embassy and copies of chants will be distributed at the venue.

So for those who were initially planning to watch alone or with a few friends – this is an opportunity to bring Filipino football fans together to cheer Azkals to motivate them in their bid to win their first game following their first loss against Korea.

Game schedule as follows:

• Friday, Jan.11 at 5:30pm
Philippines vs China PR at Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium (Abu Dhabi)
Get your tickets to the PH vs China AFC tickets here.

In an interview with The Filipino Times, Phil Younghusband hopes to see Filipino football fans to help boost the morale of the Philippine team during the games. “Sana lahat sila nandun sa game. Hopefully, all of them can be at the game and support us because we need all the support we can get. Coming against these strong teams, the fans will give us confidence.”

After their game vs China, they will be facing Kyrgyztan at a game in Dubai. Details as follows:

• Wednesday Jan. 16 at 5:30pm
Philippines vs Kyrgyzstan at Rashid Stadium (Dubai)
Get your tickets to the PH vs Kyrgyz AFC tickets here.

Themed “Bringing Asia Together”, the AFC Asian Cup UAE 2019 in the UAE will be the venue for the world to witness the football fever with over 50 games in 8 stadiums across 4 host cities: Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Dubai and Sharjah with a total prize money of US$50 million will be given away, including $5 million for the champion of the tournament

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