2011 in Thai football

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The 2011 season is the season of competitive football in Thailand.

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


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
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 to Palestine after Thailand fielding 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.



Competition Winner Details Match Report
FA Cup Buriram PEA Muangthong United
Premier League Buriram PEA Chonburi F.C.
Division 1 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


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