FC Anyang

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FC Anyang
FC 안양
FC Anyang.png
Full name Football Club Anyang
안양시민프로축구단
Founded 2013[1]
Ground Anyang Stadium
Ground Capacity 18,216
President Lee Pilun (Mayor of Anyang)
Manager Lee Woo-hyung
League K League Challenge
2014 5th
Website Club home page
Current season

Football Club Anyang (Hangul: 안양시민프로축구단) is a South Korean professional football club based in the city of Anyang. Founded in 2013.[2] Their home stadium is at Anyang Stadium. They currently compete in the K league challenge, the second highest tier of korean football league. The team's motto is Esperanto: Civitano, Paradizo, Feliĉo meaning "Citizen, Paradise, Happiness (or Felicity)" and it is printed on the emblem.

The fan base, especially the supporter club A.S.U. Red, mostly originates from former Anyang LG, which became FC Seoul after its controversial relocation.

Players[edit]

Current Squad[edit]

As of 21 March 2015

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

No. Position Player
2 United States MF Seth Moses
3 South Korea DF Ka Sol-hyun
4 South Korea DF Kim Nam-tak
5 South Korea MF An Dong-hyeok
6 South Korea MF Kim Jong-seong
7 South Korea FW Jo Sung-joon
8 South Korea MF Choi Jin-soo
9 South Korea FW Lee Dong-hyun
11 South Korea FW An Sung-bin
13 South Korea FW Kim Dae-han
14 South Korea FW Park Seung-ryul
15 South Korea DF Park Tae-soo
16 South Korea MF Joo Hyun-jae
17 South Korea DF Kim Sun-min (on loan from Ulsan)
No. Position Player
18 South Korea MF Choi Dong-hyuk
20 South Korea MF Jung Da-seul
21 South Korea GK Choi Pil-soo
22 South Korea DF Kim Tae-bong
23 South Korea MF Lee Tae-young
24 South Korea DF Kim Ki-tae
28 South Korea FW Lee Hyo-kyun (on loan from Incheon)
29 United States DF Austin Berry (on loan from Philadelphia)
30 South Korea DF Baek Dong-kyu
31 South Korea GK Kim Sun-kyu
33 South Korea MF Lee Haneul
35 South Korea DF Yoo Jong-hyun
42 South Korea MF Jung Jae-yong
90 South Korea DF Koo Dae-young

Out on loan[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 FW Ko Kyung-Min (to Ansan Police for military service)
South Korea GK Park Ji-Young (to Sangju Sangmu for military service)
South Korea DF Lee Sang-Woo (to Pocheon FC)
South Korea GK Lee Jin-hyung (to Ansan Police for military service)

Coaching Staff[edit]

  • Lee Woo-hyung - Manager
  • Lee Young-min - Chief assistant coach
  • Ryu Byoung-hoon - Assistant coach
  • Choi Ik-hyung - Goalkeeping coach
  • Seo Jun-seok - Fitness trainer

Records[edit]

Year League KFA Cup Champions
League
Top Scorer
Division P W D L GF GA Pts Pos Playoffs Player Goals
2013 Challenge 35 12 9 14 50 51 45 5/8 Top-32 Ko Kyung-min
Park Byung-won
Park Sung-jin
Choi Jin-soo
6
2014 Challenge 36 15 6 15 49 52 51 5/10 Top-32 Kim Jae-woong 7
2015 Challenge /10

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