Huda Hue F.C.

Huda Hue F.C.

Huda Huế Football Club (Vietnamese: Câu lạc bộ bóng đá Huda Huế) is a Vietnamese football club from the city of Huế, promoted to the V-League after the 2006 season. After a poor season from V-league, and also first division of Vietnamese Football, Huda Hue F.C officially relegated to second division. As of 2011, Huda Hue is currently play in second division of Vietnamese Football Association.

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