ASEAN DREAM PROJECT 2019
DOCUMENTARY 2019 55 mins english Japanese
Thailand and Malaysia, two countries which have never participated in the Soccer World Cup, are showing their newfound excitement. It has been predicted that the number of Asian players in the Soccer World Cup will increase from 4.5 to 8.5 in the future. In order to find and nurture the next generation of talented Asian powerhouses, Cerezo Osaka Football Club and a Japanese broadcasting company team up to start the "Asean Dream Project". The team journeyed to Malaysia, Thailand, and Myanmar in search for promising and talented soccer players under the age of 15, and invited them to Japan for special joint practices and training. This program follows these young boys during the blazing hot summer in pursuit of their soccer dreams through the "Asean Dream Project".
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