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This is the portal to all matches involving the Thailand Tigers. Domestic matches are held regularly between intra-club outfits, the Blues and Reds. Teams are created through a draft system that is held prior to the domestic season.

In a calender year the Tigers usually hold 2 seasons, each comprising between 7 & 9 games plus a grand final. The winner of the grand final is awarded the prestigious 'Bob & Gerry Cup', in honor of our club founders.

A best & fairest medallion is also awarded to the seasons best and fairest player.

International matches are held throughout the year with the Tigers touring at least twice annually. The Thailand Tigers Football Club base their tours on reciprecation and invitation. Tours are always conducted on weekends, departing late on Friday night and returning to Bangkok on Sunday afternoon.



2009 Domestic Season Underway
February 14th 2009
Bangkok Patana

On Saturday, the Thailand Tigers Domestic Season continued into its second week at Patana. As the temperature around Bangkok steadily increases as does the standard of football exhibited by the Tigers, and Round 2 was a case in point. For what must be a Tigers first, spectators out-numbered players as supporters, friends, Australians gathered in an effort to raise funds for those who lost everything during the Victorian Fires. The match started on a somber note with an emotional speech by recently retired Tiger-champ Goose, followed by a minutes silence, but once the whistle was blown, minds were back on the game at hand.

It was the Blues who jumped the Reds in the first quarter. Despite the absence of the reigning B&F, the Blues were controlling the centre square with back-up ruckman Rowdy skillfully tapping down numerous opportunities to The Hoo who was palming off more opponents than he does chicks at RCA. Pumping the ball long to an open forward line, the Blues scored at will, again like The Hoo at RCA, with JP the main recipient constantly finding himself in the right spot to kick 3 first-term goals.


07.02.09 Game 1



Upcoming ANZAC Day Game 2009
25 April 2009

ANZAC Day Game 2009 – Kanchanaburi - Sat April 25th 2009. Thailand Tigers Vs Vietnam Swans. This year's game is an event not to be missed with the game being played on ANZAC day itself. So why not head to Kanchanburi, attend the dawn service and play/watch two Aussie rules teams go at it for the diggers and make sure you don't miss this great weekend of reflection, footy and mateship.


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