If you have flights departed after 4.00pm tomorrow (27 Jan) or any activities to travel around, we highly recommend you move earlier in order to avoid a “storm” created by football lovers. 

As you know, million of fans acrossed Vietnam storm streets to celebrate Vietnam's historic win over Quatar in the AFC U23 Championship semifinals on 23 Jan. In Saigon, thousands of fans had poured into the city center to celebrate the national team's historic win in the AFC U23 Championship's semifinal. All the main streets, from Nguyen Hue, Ham Nghi, Ton Duc Thang to Nguyen Thai Hoc, were full of supporters in red t-shirts waving national flags.

The Old Quarter in Hanoi was filled with the wild Vietnamese fans. They brought pans and pots to the streets to celebrate during that night. Traffic police had been on guard to guarantee safety. Many tourists also joined the party as Vietnamese football fans. 

U23 Vietnam team will play the final match against Uzbekistan on 27 Jan. Even Vietnam wins or not, will thousand of local residents storm streets once again to celebrate our football players. If you don't want to be stuck at hotel by traffic jam and miss your flight, let move to airport earlier than 4.00-4.30pm. Normally, travelers should come to airport 2 - 2.5 hours in advance if they have international flight & 1-1.5 hours prior domestic flight when traveling in Vietnam

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But you can join in our celebration, watch the final match as local if you still stay in Vietnam after 27 Jan. Scores of giant screens have been installed in cities across Vietnam for fans to enjoy the big game. 

In Saigon, the Vietnam Football Company has asked local authorities to set up 10 giant LED screens along Nguyen Hue walking street in District 1 to broadcast the match live on January 27.
The Youth Cultural House HCMC at No. 4, Pham Ngoc Thach Street, District 1, will also broadcast the match live. The event is free entry.
In Hanoi, 15 big screen TVs will also be set up in pedestrian zones and parks from 3 p.m. tomorrow. Check out the area around Hoan Kiem Lake, the big square in front of the Opera House, My Dinh Stadium, Hoa Binh Park, Thong Nhat Park and Ly Thai To Gardens. Depending on the area, Hanoi Department of Culture and Sports will assign different sizes of TV screens.

This will be your special memory when traveling to Vietnam this time.

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