Untold Stories, Southeast Asian Clubs

Throughout 2016, FourFourTwo has been digging deep into the rich and colourful history of club football across Southeast Asia. This is the home of all that compelling content and will continue to be updated as the journey continues.

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Buriram United, Thailand

The rapid rise of a Southeast Asian powerhouse

Chin United, Myanmar

A club based in the poorest regions of one of Southeast Asia's poorest nations

Selangor MPPJ, Malaysia

The now-defunct Black Widows, who had a major impact on Malaysian football

Balestier Khalsa, Singapore

One of Singaporean football's great survivors

Lanexang United, Laos

Am ambitious, big-spending club trying to resurrect football in Laos

Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Match-fixing, phone taps and cheating death in Cambodia

Hanoi FC, Vietnam

A small club with grand ambitions that made an unusual move

Ceres-La Salle, Philippines

From humble beginnings to major success

PS Batam, Indonesia

A club that struggled mightily under the weight of Indonesia's FIFA ban

Darwin Cubs, Australia

The Aussie upstarts that took Singapore football by storm

Indera SC, Brunei

A club trying to persevere admist no shortage of chaos

Carsae FC, Timor Leste

Shut down over a bloody battle for independence, this club is now fighting back

So that's it. What did you think of our series? Do you have any suggestions for future clubs we could profile?

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