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BEC-Tero Sasana
บีอีซี เทโรศาสน
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Full name BEC Tero Sasana Football Club
สโมสรฟุตบอลบีอีซี เทโรศาสน
Nickname(s) The Fire Dragons
(มังกรไฟ)
TERO
Founded 1992
Ground 72-years Anniversary Stadium
Bangkok, Thailand
Ground Capacity 10,000
Owner BEC-TERO
Chairman Brian Lindsay Marcar
Head Coach Kenny Shiels
League Thai Premier League
2014 3rd
Website Club home page
Current season

BEC Tero Sasana Football Club (Thai: สโมสรฟุตบอลบีอีซี เทโรศาสน) is a Thai professional football club based in Bangkok. The club finished runners-up in the inaugural AFC Champions League competition in 2003.

Club history[edit]

The team was established in 1992. It was previously known as Sasana Witthaya School team and was formed by Mr. Worawi Makudi. The first football match this team entered was in Division 3 of the football royal cup in 1993. In 1994, the team played in Division 2 of the football royal cup In 1995, the team played in Division 1 of the football royal cup and in 1996, the team entered the Thai League for the first time. It was during this year, in 1996, that Mr. Worawi Makudi and Mr. Brian L. Marcar, managing director of BEC-TERO Entertainment Co., Ltd., joined hands and renamed the team as Football Club Tero Sasana. The team was placed in the 12th position among 18 teams in the Thai League.[citation needed]

In 1997, Football Club Tero Sasana also played in the Thai League and this time was placed in the fifth place. Later in 1998, BEC-World Public Company Limited supported the Football Club Tero Sasana and changed the team's name to Tero Sasana Sasana FC. The team won the third place when they played the Thai League. They were also one of the eight final teams to enter the final round of the Thai FA Cup.[citation needed]

In 1999, the team entered the Thai League and again won the third place. In the same year, they were among the final teams in the Thai FA Cup.[citation needed]

The year 2000 was a very eventful year for the BEC-Tero Sasana FC. The team won its first championship award by winning the Thai League. It also received the championship award for the King's Cup.[citation needed]

In 2001, BEC-Tero Sasana FC was able to keep its championship and won the Thai League for the second consecutive year. This greatly increased the fan base.[citation needed]

The club's success continued for a few years and culminated with finishing Runner-up in the 2002/03 AFC Champions League.[1][2]

Crests[edit]

Stadium[edit]

72-years Anniversary Stadium [3] (Thai: สนามกีฬาเฉลิมพระเกียรติ 72พรรษา) is a multi-purpose stadium in Minburi, Thailand. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 8,000 people. The stadium consists of two large single tier stands on each side of the pitch. There is no accommodation at either end. Only one of the stands has a cover but it doesn't provide much shelter. However, it is remarkable looking: a cantilever roof that resembles a giant spoiler from a Formula One car. This stand has red seats fitted to the area underneath the roof. The rest of the stadium is unseated.

Season by season record[edit]

Season League[4] FA Cup Queen's
Cup
Super
Cup
Kor Royal
Cup
AFC Top goalscorer league
Division P W D L F A Pts Pos Asia Asean Name Goals
1996–97 TPL 34 9 14 11 37 44 41 12th
1997 TPL 22 8 7 7 32 26 31 5th Worrawoot Srimaka 17
1998 TPL 22 10 8 4 47 23 38 3rd R2
1999 TPL 22 11 6 5 35 23 39 3rd
2000 TPL 22 14 7 1 48 14 49 1st QF
2001–02 TPL 22 15 5 2 41 11 50 1st W R2 Worrawoot Srimaka 12
2002–03 TPL 18 10 5 3 31 11 35 2nd RU RU Worrawoot Srimaka 10
2003–04 TPL 18 10 4 4 33 22 34 2nd GR RU
2004–05 TPL 18 6 7 5 19 18 25 6th RU GR Chakrit Buathong 7
2006 TPL 22 9 9 4 32 14 36 3rd GR Pipat Thonkanya 12
2007 TPL 30 14 9 7 47 29 51 3rd Anon Sangsanoi 13
2008 TPL 30 16 7 7 50 31 55 3rd Anon Sangsanoi 20
2009 TPL 30 15 6 9 53 34 51 4th RU RU RU TSW Cup Winners Anon Sangsanoi 18
2010 TPL 30 9 8 13 39 42 35 9th R4 QF Anon Sangsanoi 14
2011 TPL 30 13 6 15 39 35 45 8th QF Ronnachai Rangsiyo 15
2012 TPL 34 16 9 9 53 43 57 3rd QF Cleiton Silva 24
2013 TPL 32 13 9 10 56 49 48 7th R4 Cleiton Silva 20
2014 TPL 38 18 14 6 66 41 68 3rd R3 Sho Shimoji 17
2015 TPL
Champions Runners-up Third Place Promoted Relegated

Honours[edit]

List of achievements below[5]

Honour Number Years
League
Thai Premier League Champions 2 2000, 2001–02
Thai Premier League Runners-up 2 2002–03, 2003–04
Domestic Cups
Thai FA Cup Runners-up 1 2009
Kor Royal Cup Champions 1 2001
Kor Royal Cup Runners-up 2 2002, 2004
Queen's Cup Runners-up 1 2009
Thai League Cup Champions 1 2014[6]
International Cups
Bhutan King's Cup Champions 2 2002, 2004
Asian Cups
AFC Champions League Runners-up 1 2002–03
ASEAN Club Championship Runners-up 1 2003
TSW Pegasus Anniversary Cup Champions 1 2009
Toyota Premier Cup Champions 1 2014
Youth
Thai FA Youth Cup Champions 1 2011

Performance in AFC competitions[edit]

Season Competition Round Nation Club Home Away
1998–99[7][a] Asian Club Championship First round    Nepal Three Star Club 6–1
Second round  China Dalian Wanda 1–0 3–0
2000–01[8] Asian Cup Winners' Cup First round  Pakistan KRL 1–1 0–6
Second round  Indonesia Pupuk Kaltim 4–1 0–1
Quarter-finals  Japan Shimizu S-Pulse 2–2 3–1
2001–02[9] Asian Club Championship First round  Singapore Singapore Armed Force 3–0 1–5
Second round  Japan Kashima Antlers 1–0 3–0
2002–03[10] AFC Champions League Group stage  Japan Kashima Antlers 2–2
Group stage  South Korea Daejeon Citizen 2–0
Group stage  China Shanghai Shenhua 2–1
Semi-finals  Uzbekistan Pakhtakor 3–1 1–0
Final (runners-up)  UAE Al Ain 1–0 2–0
2003[11] ASEAN Club Championship Group stage  India Kingfisher East Bengal 0–1
Group stage  Philippines Philippine Army 0–3
Quarter-finals  Vietnam Hoàng Anh Gia Lai 1–2
Semi-finals  Malaysia Perak FA 1–3
Final (runners-up)  India Kingfisher East Bengal 3–1
2004[12] AFC Champions League Group stage  China Shanghai Shenhua 4–1 1–0
Group stage  Japan Júbilo Iwata 2–3 3–0
Group stage  South Korea Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors 0–4 4–0
2005[13] AFC Champions League Group stage  Indonesia PSM Makassar 0–1 2–2
Group stage  China Shandong Luneng Taishan 0–4 1–0
Group stage  Japan Yokohama F. Marinos 1–2 2–0
  1. ^ BEC Tero Sasana were entered after higher-placed clubs withdrew for financial reasons.

Players[edit]

Sources:[14][15]

First team squad[edit]

As 2015[16]

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

No. Position Player
1 Thailand GK Somporn Yos
2 Thailand DF Peerapat Notechaiya
5 Thailand DF Adisorn Promrak
7 Thailand MF Rangsan Viwatchaichok (Captain)
8 Thailand MF Tanaboon Kesarat
9 Thailand FW Adisak Kraisorn
11 Thailand DF Apichet Puttan (Vice-captain)
14 Thailand FW Jaturong Pimkoon
15 Ivory Coast DF Fodé Diakité
17 Ghana FW Gilbert Koomson
18 Thailand MF Chanathip Songkrasin
19 Thailand GK Tossaporn Sri-reung
No. Position Player
21 Thailand MF Teeraphol Yor-Yoey
22 Montenegro FW Ivan Bošković (on loan from Nakhon Ratchasima)
23 Thailand FW Chitchanok Xaysensourinthone
25 Thailand MF Chayaphat Kitpongsrithada
26 Thailand MF Sitthichok Tassanai
28 Thailand GK Prasit Padungchok
29 Thailand FW Chenrop Samphaodi
30 Thailand GK Puttipong Promlee
33 Thailand MF Pitakpong Kulasuwan
39 Thailand DF Tristan Do
40 Thailand DF Watsapol Thosantia

Out on loan[edit]

Source:[14]

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

No. Position Player
35 Thailand GK Adisak Boontawee (to PTT Rayong)
17 Ghana DF Issac Honey (to Air Force Central)
5 Thailand DF Suradej Saotaisong (to Port)
No. Position Player
14 Thailand MF Anon San-Mhard (to Songkhla United)
Lebanon FW Soony Saad (to BCC Tero)

Note: The official club website lists the supporters as player #12.

Reserve squad[edit]

See Also: BCC Tero F.C. plays in 2015 Thai Division 2 League Bangkok & field Region

Former players[edit]

For details on former players, see Category:BEC Tero Sasana F.C. players.

Technical staff[edit]

Name Nationality Role
Robert Procureur[17]  Belgium General manager
Thanya Vongnark[18]  Thailand Team manager
Kenny Shiels  Northern Ireland Head coach
Peter Rasmussen  Denmark Assistant coach
Jakkapun Kaewsangthong  Thailand Assistant coach
Losseni Konaté[19]  Ivory Coast Goalkeeping coach
Rafael Mello Monteiro  Brazil Fitness and conditioning coach
Bertrand Crasson[20]  Belgium Academy director

Coaches[edit]

Coaches by years (1996/97-present)

Name Nat Period Honours
Peter Stubbe Germany 1996–97
Pongphan Wongsuwan Thailand 1997
Vorawan Chitavanich Thailand 1998
Jason Withe England 1999–00 Thailand Premier League 2000
2000 Thai FA Cup
Pichai Pituwong Thailand 2001–02 Thailand Premier League 2001–02
Attaphol Puspakom Thailand 2002–04 Runner-up AFC Champions League 2002–03
Runner-up ASEAN Club Championship 2003
Runner-up Thailand Premier League 2002–03
Runner-up Thailand Premier League 2003–04
Sasom Pobprasert Thailand 2004–05
David Booth England 2006
Regis Laguesse France 2007
Christophe Larrouilh France 2008–June 2009 Runner-up 2009 Queen's Cup
Totchtawan Sripan Thailand June 2009–July 2010 TSW Pegasus Cup winner
Runner-up 2009 Thai FA Cup
Jorge Enrique Amaya Chile July 2010–Oct 2010
Peter Butler England Oct 2010–June 2011
Phayong Khunnaen Thailand June 2011–Dec 2011
Andrew Ord Australia Jan 2012–Aug 2012
Sven-Göran Eriksson[21] Sweden Sept 2012–Nov 2012
Stéphane Demol Belgium Dec 5, 2012–March 31, 2013
René Desaeyere Belgium March 31, 2013 – July 18, 2013
José Alves Borges[22] Brazil Aug 2013–Nov 2014 2014 Thai League Cup
Božidar Bandović Serbia Nov 2014–May 2015 2014 Toyota Premier Cup
Kenny Shiels Northern Ireland May 2015 - present

References[edit]

  1. ^ "History". Asian Football Feast Website. 30 October 2014. Retrieved 30 October 2014. 
  2. ^ "Club Info". Thai Fussball Website. 30 October 2014. Retrieved 30 October 2014. 
  3. ^ "Stadium Info". Thai Fussball Website. 30 October 2014. Retrieved 30 October 2014. 
  4. ^ King, Ian; Schöggl, Hans & Stokkermans, Karel (20 March 2014). "Thailand – List of Champions". RSSSF. Retrieved 29 October 2014.  Select link to season required from chronological list.
  5. ^ "Achievements". Asian Football Feast Website. 30 October 2014. Retrieved 30 October 2014. 
  6. ^ "BEC-Tero Sasana has ended its 12-year trophy drought emphatically beating defending champions, Buriram United 2-0 in the 2014 Toyota League Cup Final.". BEC Tero Official Website. 13 October 2014. Retrieved 30 October 2014. 
  7. ^ Lee, Seungsoo; Nikimbaev, Alisher; Qayed, Mohammed & Stokkermans, Karel (26 December 2000). "Asian Club Competitions 1998/99: Champions' Cup 1998/99". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (RSSSF). Retrieved 29 October 2014. 
  8. ^ Stokkermans, Karel (16 October 2014). "Asian Club Competitions 2000/01: Cup Winners' Cup 2000/01". RSSSF. Retrieved 29 October 2014. 
  9. ^ Stokkermans, Karel (21 February 2004). "Asian Club Competitions 2001/02: Champions' Cup 2001/02". RSSSF. Retrieved 29 October 2014. 
  10. ^ Stokkermans, Karel (16 October 2014). "Asian Club Competitions 2002/03: Champions' League 2002/03". RSSSF. Retrieved 29 October 2014. 
  11. ^ Stokkermans, Karel (13 December 2005). "ASEAN Club Championship 2003". RSSSF. Retrieved 29 October 2014. 
  12. ^ Stokkermans, Karel (15 June 2005). "Asian Club Competitions 2004: Champions' League 2004". RSSSF. Retrieved 29 October 2014. 
  13. ^ Stokkermans, Karel (19 March 2006). "Asian Club Competitions 2005: Champions' League 2005". RSSSF. Retrieved 29 October 2014. 
  14. ^ a b "Player List". BEC Tero Official Website. Retrieved 31 October 2014. 
  15. ^ "BEC Tero Sasana FC Squad". Soccerway. Perform Group. Retrieved 31 October 2014. 
  16. ^ http://thaipremierleague.co.th/2015/tplclubs.overview.php?clubID=4
  17. ^ "BEC-Tero Sasana appoints former Chelsea manager Avram Grant as Technical Director". BEC Tero Official Website. 30 September 2014. Retrieved 30 October 2014. 
  18. ^ "TPL meet the press: Supan Buri FC – BEC Tero Sasana". BEC Tero Official Website. 26 June 2014. Retrieved 31 October 2014. 
  19. ^ Guitey, Patrick (17 July 2014). "Losséni ne veut pas du poste" [Losséni doesn't want the job]. Sport-Ivoire.ci (in French). Retrieved 31 October 2014. 
  20. ^ "Voormalige Rode Duivel twee jaar langer in Thailand" [Former Red Devil two more years in Thailand]. VoetbalNieuws.be (in Dutch). 19 August 2014. Retrieved 31 October 2014. 
  21. ^ "Avram Grant follows in footsteps of Sven-Goran Eriksson by joining Thai side BEC Tero Sasana as technical director". Daily Mail. 17 September 2014. Retrieved 30 October 2014. 
  22. ^ "BEC-Tero Sasana appoints former Chelsea manager Avram Grant as Technical Director". BEC Tero Official Website. 30 September 2014. Retrieved 30 October 2014. 

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