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First competition:Chatiphan Cup

From October 1st till 9th.

Miti Tiyapairat, chairman of Chiangrai United, will launch the competition on October 1st at 9am.

More on the Chiangrai Hills website and Facebook.

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The construction at Chiangrai Hills Stadium is finished. It opens on 1st October at 9am, with the Chatiphan Cup.

Everyone welcome. Miti Tiyapairat, chairman of Chiangrai United will preside the small ceremony.

The stadium is certainly very (very) nice !

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The construction at Chiangrai Hills Stadium is finished. It opens on 1st October at 9am, with the Chatiphan Cup.

Everyone welcome. Miti Tiyapairat, chairman of Chiangrai United will preside the small ceremony.

The stadium is certainly very (very) nice !

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That's an Absolutely Beautiful Place Gerry. Worth visiting just for the aesthetics alone.

Well done. :)

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That's an Absolutely Beautiful Place Gerry. Worth visiting just for the aesthetics alone.

Well done. :)

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Next event at Chiangrai Hills Stadium, the "30yrs Rotary Maechan Cup".

It starts on October 22nd at 9am.

The games will be played only Saturdays and Sundays.

The last day is November 11th.

It is free to attend, of course...

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The new Chiangrai Hills Stadium

a great venue for all kinds of events

Among the guests at the opening of the Chatiphan Cup Tournament we noticed some

prominent Brasilian football celebrities. Among them Eddie Pereira, former striker

of St.Gallen Switserland, now Chiangrai United, Silvio Cesar, assistent-coach of

Chiangrai United, Leonos dos Santos, coach of the succesfull Thai national team U16

that under his guidance qualified itself recently for participation in next years Asian

championship, here together with our local khun Budsawongkod Ooyuenyong, ardent supporter

of CRUTD, who many of us will recognize as their barber (opposite Thai Airways office).

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The winning team was Immanuel Fc, an Akha team from Mae Suai district of which

most members work and/or study in Chiang Rai town. Out of thirty teams they did best.

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One of the amazing aspects of the Chiangrai Hills Stadium is its gigantic, 5 by 8 meter,

screen that even by full daylight showns an incredible clear and sharp picture.

This screen will without doubt contribute greatly to the multi functionality of

the stadium.

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The tournament was well attended by the many supporters of the teams and other football

enthousiasts. The small restaurants, bars and shops did well. Though the Chatiphan Cup

maybe should be seen as a pilot project, many people voiced their hope and expectation

that it might evolve into a yearly event.

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Edited by Limbo

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This Saturday the 5th, Chiangrai United organizes fan club matches at Chiangrai Hills Stadium from 1pm.

Entrance is free... as usual.

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This Saturday the 5th, Chiangrai United organizes fan club matches at Chiangrai Hills Stadium from 1pm.

Entrance is free... as usual.

1pm till 4pm : ChiangraiUnited Fan Club games

4pm : Chiangrai United Fan Club VS VIPs (Ch3, CRUTD, singers...)

6pm : concert.

Beer: 10b per can (Chiangrai United sponsors only 5000 cans)

Food (from 4pm), 5b per plate (there is plenty of food)

Free entrance and everybody welcome.

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1pm till 4pm : ChiangraiUnited Fan Club games

4pm : Chiangrai United Fan Club VS VIPs (Ch3, CRUTD, singers...)

6pm : concert.

Beer: 10b per can (Chiangrai United sponsors only 5000 cans)

Food (from 4pm), 5b per plate (there is plenty of food)

Free entrance and everybody welcome.

It was super indeed! The Channel 3 actors and singers actually had a good team.

It was of course not really comparable to a Thai Premier League game but it was

fun to look at.

And yes, if you would ask yourself when a Hoegaarden tasts best, there is only

one answer possible:

"Always!"

The picture was taken during tea time :blink:

Limbo :yohan:

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Thinking about 11 November, the eleventh of the eleventh, fools day, many among us will

spontaneously get associations with the day that the election takes place of new carnival

princes that will be prince the year after.

Personally I always think about my uncle, Prince Harry I, who was elected the eleventh

November of 1947 to be the first prince carnival ever of the town Eindhoven in the Netherlands,

at that time the craddle for a fast growing Philips lightbulb imperium.

Of him I inherited my love of the spiritual and the spirits.

So I proudly present the only person in my family that reached a modest level of nobility:

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In Maechan however, the first eleventh of the eleventh in its short existence gave another picture.

It was the day of the finals of the Rotary Cup and at the same time the centrepoint for the outdoor

and public part of the celebration of thirty years Rotary in Maechan.

It was the first time that the multi-purpose stadium was used for an event like this and the organizers

of it processed all elements in it that could refer to their perception of being a concerned pillar of

the traditional establishment of this part of the Kingdom of Thailand. A lot of flags, uniforms, parades

and related songs illustrated their nobel patriotism and thus their willingness to unselfishly serve King

and Country.

We congratulate the Rotary Club of Maechan and wish them many fruitfull years with good work ahead.

A lot of work has to be done and a group of concerned civilians can play an important role in this.

Limbo :yohan:

Some pictures of yesterdays Rotary festivities in the Chiangrai Hills Stadium of Maechan:

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