The Magwe Footballclub (Burmese: ?????????????????) is a Myanmar Professional Soccerclub located in Magwe, Myanmar. It is the Magwe Division of Upper Burma. When it was established, the name of the team was Magway Footballclub. By 2012 the team had been re-named Magwe Footballclub. Established in 2009 as Magway Footballclub by Htun Myint Naing, Executive Director of Asia World Co Ltd. and one of the eight founders of the Myanmar National League.
By 2012 the team had been re-named Magwe Football Clubs. They won their first AFC Cup in 2016 when they defeated Yangon United in the MFF Cup and qualified for the AFC Cup.
Magwe, Burmese Magway, city, western center Myanmar (Burma). Situated on the Irrawaddy River opposite Minbu. This is the location of Magwe College, which is part of the Arts and Science University in Mandalay, and has an airport. It is part of the arid area of Myanmar's main pond between the Irrawaddy Mountains in the western part and the Pegu Mountains in the eastern part.
The country is wavy along the riverbank, with pronounced developments of terraced rivers. Located in a region of encrustal unstability, the area is occasionally hit by an earthquake. Pegu Mountains are home to precious forests.
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The Magwe Regions (also called Magway) is a zone in the centre of Myanmar between 18 50' and 22 47' N and between 93 47' and 95 55' E-latitudes. Bordering the Sagaing area to the N, the Mandalay area to the Easter, the Bago area to the S, and the state of Rakhine and Chin to theW.
The Magwe area of 17,305 square mile is the biggest of the seven regions of Myanmar. Magwe Region's arteries are the Ayeyarwaddy River. Besides the airports, railroads and motorways also cross the area. The Magwe Mya Thalun Pagoda and Minbu Shwesettaw are renowned tourist attractions in the Magwe area.