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Laos national under-17 football team

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Laos national under-17 football team


Laos U-17 National Football Team
Association Lao Football Federation
Sub-confederation AFF (Southeast Asia)
Confederation AFC (Asia)
Home stadium New Laos National Stadium, Chao Anouvong Stadium
FIFA code LAO

The Laos National U-17 football team is the major U-17 youth team of Laos.

Performances

AFC U-16 Championship

Qualified:

AFF U-16 Youth Championship

Laos has organised the tournament twice, in 2011 and in 2012.

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