2004 FC Seoul season

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FC Seoul
2004 season
Chairman South Korea Huh Chang-Soo
Manager South Korea Cho Kwang-Rae 0000000000
K-League 5th
FA Cup Round of 16
League Cup 12th
Top goalscorer League:
Kim Eun-Jung (8)
All:
Jung Jo-Gook (13)
Highest home attendance 47,928 vs Busan
(3 April)
Lowest home attendance 2,452 vs Incheon
(6 October)
Average home league attendance 12,418
Home colours
Away colours
2003
2005

Pre-season[edit]

Practice match results[edit]

Season overview[edit]

It was the first season as renamed FC Seoul. Its manager was Cho Kwang-Rae. The capital's new club had a solid but highly unspectacular season. Players such as left midfielder/wing-back Kim Dong-jin and striker Kim Eun-jung flitted in and out of the national team just as Seoul flitted in and out of the title race.

The team was very much in halfway during the second stage when it was top of the league but a poor run-in put paid to any play-off chances.

It was the team's inability to score enough goals to turn a plethora of draws into wins that cost the capital the chance to welcome the championship. Only Bucheon, Busan and Gwangju scored less than Seoul's meagre twenty.

K League[edit]

League Cup[edit]

FA Cup[edit]

Match results[edit]

Fixtures and Results at FC Seoul Official Website

Season statistics[edit]

K League records[edit]

Season Teams Final
Position
League
Position
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Manager
2004 13 5th 4th 24 7 12 5 20 17 +3 33 South Korea Cho Kwang-Rae
  • 2004 season's league position was decided by aggreagate points,
    because this season had first stage and second stage.

All competitions records[edit]

Seasoan Teams K League Championship League Cup FA Cup AFC
Champions League
Manager
2004 13 5th Did not qualify 12th Round of 16 Did not qualify South Korea Cho Kwang-Rae

Attendance records[edit]

Season Season
Total Att.
K League Season
Total Att.
Regular Season
Average Att.
League Cup
Average Att.
FA Cup
Total / Average Att.
ACL
Total / Average Att.
Friendly Match
Att.
Att. Ranking Notes
2004 223,529 223,529 15,363 6,529 No home match N/A N/A
  • K League season total attendance is K League Regular Season and League Cup in the aggregate.

Squad statistics[edit]

Top 5 Scorers[edit]

Pos K League League Cup FA Cup AFC
Champions League
Total Notes
1 South Korea Kim Eun-Jung (8) South Korea Jung Jo-Gook (6) South Korea Jung Jo-Gook (5)
South Korea Wang Jung-Hyun (5)
Did not qualify South Korea Jung Jo-Gook (13)
2 South Korea Kim Dong-Jin (3) Brazil Fumagalli (2) N/A South Korea Kim Eun-Jung (8)
3 South Korea Jung Jo-Gook (2) South Korea Wang Jung-Hyun (2) South Korea Lee Ji-Nam (2) South Korea Wang Jung-Hyun (7)
4 South Korea Lee Won-Shik (1) Brazil Santana (1) No scorer South Korea Kim Dong-Jin (3)
5 Brazil Santana (1) No scorer South Korea Lee Ji-Nam (2)

Top 5 Assistors[edit]

Pos K League League Cup Total Notes
1 South Korea Kim Dong-Jin (2) South Korea Kim Seung-Yong (2) South Korea Kim Seung-Yong (2)
2 South Korea Choi Won-Kwon (2) South Korea Lee Won-Shik (1) South Korea Kim Dong-Jin (2)
3 South Korea Park Jung-Suk (2) South Korea Han Sang-Gu (1) South Korea Choi Won-Kwon (2)
4 South Korea Kim Eun-Jung (2) South Korea Jung Jo-Gook (1) South Korea Park Jung-Suk (2)
5 South Korea Kim Seong-Jae (1) No assistor South Korea Kim Eun-Jung (2)

Coaching staff[edit]

Position Name Notes
Manager South Korea Cho Kwang-Rae
Assistant Manager Brazil Ivo
Coach South Korea Lee Young-jin
Player Coach TajikistanSouth Korea Shin Eui-Son 7 caps in K-League
Goalkeeping Coach Brazil Antonio 3 months contract (2004/01/05-2004/03/04)
Goalkeeping Coach Brazil Leandro
Fitness Coach Brazil Wanderley
Reserve Team Manager South Korea Kim Kwui-Hwa
Reserve Team Coach South Korea Son Hyun-Jun
Chief Scout South Korea Kang Chun-Ho

Players[edit]

Team squad[edit]

As of 31 December 2004, FC Seoul's all players registered in 2004 season.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 South Korea GK Weon Jong-Teok
2 Brazil MF Valenzing
4 South Korea DF Kim Dong-Jin
5 Brazil DF Souza
6 South Korea DF Park Jung-Suk
7 South Korea MF Lee Eul-Yong (Out)
8 South Korea MF Kim Seong-Jae (captain)
9 Brazil FW Renaldo (Out)
9 Brazil FW Santana (In)
11 South Korea FW Lee Won-Shik
13 South Korea MF Choi Won-Kwon
14 South Korea DF Park Yong-Ho (Conscripted)
15 South Korea MF Han Tae-You
16 South Korea FW Lee Jun-Young
17 South Korea DF Kim Chi-Gon
18 South Korea FW Jung Jo-Gook
19 South Korea DF Lee Jung-Youl
20 South Korea DF Lee Jung-Soo (Out)
21 South Korea DF Park Yo-Seb (Conscripted)
22 South Korea FW Kim Eun-Jung
23 Brazil MF Fumagalli (Out)
24 South Korea DF Han Sang-Gu
25 South Korea DF Jung Jae-Yoon
26 South Korea DF Choi Jae-Soo
No. Position Player
28 South Korea MF Wang Jung-Hyun
29 South Korea FW Kim Seung-Yong
30 South Korea MF Ku Kyung-Hyen
31 South Korea GK Kim Tae-Soo
32 South Korea FW Han Dong-Won
33 South Korea MF Ahn Sang-Hyun
34 South Korea DF Jung Sung-Ho
35 South Korea MF Song Jin-Hyung
36 South Korea MF Koh Myong-Jin
37 South Korea MF Kim Dong-Suk
38 South Korea DF Lee Kwang-Hee
39 South Korea MF Lee Ik-Sung
40 South Korea MF Bae Hae-Min
41 South Korea GK Park Dong-Suk
42 South Korea MF Lee Ji-Nam
43 South Korea DF Yoon Hong-Chang (Conscripted)
44 South Korea GK Shin Eui-Son
45 South Korea DF Jung Chang-Kyun
46 South Korea FW Lee Chung-Yong
47 South Korea MF Ko Yo-Han
48 Brazil MF Rinaldo
49 South Korea MF Cho Sung-Yong
55 South Korea MF Park Man-Choon
80 South Korea FW Dragan Stojisavljević (Out)

Out on loan & military service[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
South Korea GK Back Min-Chul (to Gwangju Sangmu until December 2004 / Discharged)
South Korea FW Kim Byung-Chae (to Gwangju Sangmu until December 2004 / Discharged)
South Korea DF Park Yong-Ho (to Gwangju Sangmu until November 2006 / Conscripted)
South Korea MF Park Yo-Seb (to Gwangju Sangmu until November 2006 / Conscripted)
South Korea DF Yoon Hong-Chang (to Police FC until November 2006 / Conscripted)
 
  • In : Transferred from other teams in the middle of season.
  • Out : Transferred to other teams in the middle of season.
  • Discharged : Transferred from Gwangju Sangmu and Police FC for military service after end of season. (Not registerd in 2004 season.)
  • Conscripted : Transferred to Gwangju Sangmu and Police FC for military service after end of season.

Transfers[edit]

In[edit]

Rookie Free Agent[edit]

Out[edit]

Loan & Military service[edit]

Technical report[edit]

Tactics[edit]

Starting 11 & Formation[edit]

This section shows the most used players for each position considering a 3-4-3 formation.

Substitutes[edit]