2011 in Thai football

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The 2011 season of competitive football in Thailand.

The season will begin on 12 February 2011 for the Thai Premier League and Division 1 and 25 December 2011 for the Thai Premier League.

Promotion and relegation (pre-season)[edit]

Teams promoted to Thai Premier League 2011

Teams relegated from Thai Premier League 2010

Teams promoted to Thai Division 1 League 2011

Clubs Serving Bans for Thai Division 1 League 2011

Teams relegated from Thai Division 1 League 2010

Diary of the season[edit]

Retirements[edit]

National team[edit]

Friendly matches[edit]

12 July 2011
11:00 UTC+7
 Thailand 1 - 0  Myanmar
Dangda Goal 2'
Thunder Castle Stadium, Buriram
Attendance: 20,000
13 July 2011
UTC+7
Thailand  1 - 1  Myanmar
Pornsai Goal 16' Piang Sor Goal 63'
Thunder Castle Stadium, Buriram
Attendance: 20,000

Olympic qualifiers[edit]

23 February 2011
18:00 UTC+07:00
Thailand  0 – 3  Palestine
Narat Goal 43' Report

Palestine was awarded a 3-0 win after Thailand fielded an ineligible player, Sujarit Jantakul. The original score was 1–0 to Thailand.[1]


1–1 on aggregrate. Thailand won after penalties, but Palestine will replace them in the second round after fielding an ineligible player.

Deaths[edit]

Honours[edit]

Competition Winner Details Match Report
Thai FA Cup Buriram PEA Muangthong United
Thai Premier League Buriram PEA Chonburi F.C.
Division 1 League Buriram F.C. Chainat F.C.
Regional League Ratchaburi F.C. Nakhon Ratchasima F.C.
Kor Royal Cup Chonburi Kor Royal Cup 2011
Beat Muangthong United 2–1

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Palestine to replace Thailand in Olympic Qualifiers second round". the-afc.com. 2011-05-04. Retrieved 2011-05-04.