HAPPENING TODAY: International football tournament kicks off in Hua Hin
Image: England Veterans at the Seniors World Cup Facebook page
The FIFA World Cup in Russia isn’t the only international football tournament taking place this month.
Hua Hin will be hosting the 13th Seniors World Cup Football between June 4 -9 2018.
There are eight teams taking part including England, Scotland, Australia, Iran, USA, New Zealand, Taiwan and Thailand.
Matches are being played at the Hua Hin City Stadium in Khao Takiab and at True Arena.
The tournament begins on Monday afternoon when England take on rivals Scotland at the Hua Hin City Stadium, kick off is 3pm.
The England squad includes former Fulham striker Barry Hayles and Manchester City and Everton winger Peter Beagrie.
A full list of fixture can be found below.
Matches are also scheduled to be streamed on the Thai Senior Football Association Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/sfathailand/
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