K-League arrives in Vietnam on VTVcab hinh anh 1VTVcab brings South Korean professional football league, one of the continental best tournament, to Viet Nam. (Source: fun183.com)

Vietnam Cable Television (VTVcab) has announced their broadcasting right for the Republic of Korea’s professional football tournament – K-League – as another of their programmes in their on-pay-TV in Vietnam.

The station will have the six live matches per week 2015-17 along with commentary and analysis from experts and former players.

The K-League was founded in 1983 as the Korean Super League, with five member clubs.

In 1998, the Republic of Korea's football league was reformed and renamed the K-League and then became one of top 10 best tournament in Asia.

In 2015, K-League which sees 12 clubs of K-League Classic and 11 in the K-League Challenge is organised on March to December.

Apart from K-League, VTVcab also owns the world leading tournament such as Champions League, Europa League, Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A and Ligue 1.-VNA