Big Weekend of Football for Little League Soccer
Not only is it the last weekend of training before Ramadan this coming Saturday and Sunday, but Little League will have teams competing across the Klang Valley in no less than 3 different events. Henry Choo previews a busy weekend of action on the pitch
These are busy times for Little League Soccer and our sister teams and academies.
Saturday 12 May and Sunday 13 May mark the final week of Season 1 of the AirAsia KL Junior League, and the FC Kuala Lumpur U8s, 12s, 14s and 16s will be playing their final competitive matches.
The FCKL teams have experienced some highs and lows this season but they have one more outing before a short mid-season break. Following the time off they’ll set their sights on season 2 of the league as well as September’s Borneo Cup in Kota Kinabalu.
FC Kuala Lumpur will play this final games in the AirAsia KL Junior League 2018 Season 1 this 12 and 13 May
More in store
It’s double trouble for FC Kuala Lumpur this weekend, however – particularly for the 10 and 12 year olds.
The FC Kuala Lumpur U10s and 12s will be joined by U10 and U12 teams from Little League Melawati at the Selangor Grassroots League Grand Finals, organised by Football Selangor.
The 1-day event will be held at the Shah Alam Mini Stadium, and will be graced by the likes of the Crown Prince of Selangor, Tengku Amir Shah, accompanied by Datuk K. Rajagopal and Safee Sali of PKNS FC, who ply their trade in the Malaysian Super League.
It will be something to savour, with teams from all over the state vying out for top spots of their respective categories.
Little League Melawati will play in the Selangor Grassroots League Grand FInals on Saturday 12 May
Time to shine for KV United
Bigger brothers KV United will also make an outing this weekend. They’ll be starting their journey in the Malaysian football scene with their M5 tier league starting on Sunday, 13 May.
The boys in black and gold will be facing off against Vicky FC in the Subang Football League – a game that will kickstart a long and arduous campaign, with high hopes of progressing into the M4 tier as early as next year.
KV United kickstart their M5 tier campaign in the Subang Football League
We’ll be looking forward to a busy weekend ahead, and wish all the teams and players competing the very best of luck!