FC Seoul Reserves and Academy

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FC Seoul Reserves are the reserve team of Football Club Seoul. There are many players played for reserves including Lee Chung-Yong, Song Jin-Hyung, Ko Myong-Jin, Ahn Sang-Hyun.[1] They are members of the R-League The Youth team is member of Korean U-18 Challenge League.

History[edit]

FC Seoul Reserves was built in 1990 for first R-League. But R-League existed just for one year. In 2000, R-League relaunched, and FC Seoul Reserves was rebuilt for competition.

Honours[edit]

- K League's principle of official statistics is that final club succeeds to predecessor[2]

Statistics[edit]

Season records[edit]

Season Teams Final
Position
Group
Teams
Group
Position
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Knockout
Stage
Manager
1990 5 4th N/A N/A 12 4 3 5 18 20 -2 11 N/A South Korea Jung Hae-Seong
2000 9 Champions 5 Central League
1st
16 8 4 4 32 22 +10 28 Champions South Korea Shin Jae-Heum
2001 10 Runners-up 5 Central League
2nd
16 9 1 6 31 29 +2 28 Runners-up
2002 11 Champions 6 Central League
2nd
20 11 6 3 44 22 +22 44 Champions
2003 10 Central League
2nd
5 Central League
2nd
16 9 4 3 30 17 +13 31 Cancelled South Korea Kim Kwui-Hwa
2004 11 Champions 6 Central League
2nd
15 6 6 3 20 19 +1 24 Champions
2005 10 Runners-up 6 Central League
1st
20 12 4 4 36 23 +13 40 Runners-up South Korea Choi Gi-Bong
2006 12 3rd 4 Group A
1st
18 8 3 7 31 27 +4 27 Semi-final South Korea Kim Sung-Nam
2007 13 Group A
5th
5 Group A
5th
16 4 6 6 17 20 -3 18 Did not qualify
2008 15 Group A
5th
7 Group A
5th
18 6 4 8 30 37 -7 22 Did not qualify
2009 14 Group A
5th
5 Group A
5th
12 1 4 7 11 26 -15 7 Did not qualify
2010 16 Group A
1st
8 Group A
1st
14 10 3 1 32 10 +22 33 Not held South Korea Choi Jin-Han
2011 16 Group A
5th
8 Group A
5th
21 8 4 9 33 29 +4 28 Not held South Korea Kim Sung-Nam
2012 11 Group A
4th
6 Group A
4th
15 3 3 9 18 32 -14 12 Not held South Korea Kim Sung-Nam (~July)

Knockout stage records[edit]

Season Teams Position Pld W D L GF GA GD PSO Manager
2000 4 Winners 3 1 1 1 6 5 +1 4-3 W (Final) South Korea Shin Jae-Heum
2001 4 Runners-up 3 1 0 2 4 5 -1 N/A
2002 4 Winners 3 2 1 0 2 0 +2 N/A
2004 4 Winners 3 2 1 0 5 2 +3 N/A South Korea Kim Kwui-Hwa
2005 4 Runners-up 3 0 2 1 4 5 -1 3-1 W (Semi-finals) South Korea Choi Gi-Bong
2006 4 3rd (Semi-finals) 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 N/A South Korea Kim Sung-Nam

Award winners[edit]

R League MVP Award[edit]

# Year Player Position Notes
1 2002 South Korea Park Dong-Suk Goalkeeper
2 2004 South Korea Han Dong-Won Forward

R League Top Scorer Award[edit]

# Year Player Position Goals Matches Goals per Match Notes
1 1990 South Korea Kim Dong-Hae Midfielder
7
?
2 2000 South Korea Wang Jung-Hyun Forward
8
8
1.00
3 2005 South Korea Han Dong-Won Forward
10
20
0.50

FC Seoul Academy[edit]

FC Seoul Academy are the youth academy of K-League club FC Seoul. The academy consists of U-18 Team, U-16 Team, U-14 Team, U-12 Team.

Coaching staff[edit]

Position Name Notes
Manager South Korea Choi Gi-Bong
U-18 Team Coach South Korea Yun Dae-Sung
U-18 Team Goalkeeping coach Brazil Leandro
U-15 Team Coach South Korea Chung Sang-Nam
U-15 Team Goalkeeping coach South Korea Cho Jun-Ho

U-18 Team - Osan High School FC[edit]

U-18 Team is Osan High School FC in Seoul

Honours[edit]

Statistics[edit]

  • 2008-2012 seasons were Dongbuk High School FC period.
K League Junior Records[edit]
Season Teams Final
Position
Group
Teams
Group
Position
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Knockout
Stage
Manager
2008 8 3rd 4 Group A
2nd
12 9 1 2 32 12 +20 28 3rd South Korea Choi Jin-Han
2009 13 Champions 6 Group A
1st
15 12 2 1 36 10 +26 38 Champions South Korea Choi Jin-Han
2010 14 3rd 7 Group A
2nd
12 6 1 5 21 17 +4 19 3rd South Korea Lee Young-Ik
2011 14 11th 7 Group A
5th
18 5 7 6 25 24 +1 22 11th South Korea Lee Young-Ik
2012 16 Group A
5th
7 Group A
5th
22 10 6 6 42 30 +12 36 Not held South Korea Lee Young-Ik
2013 17 9th Single round robin system 16 7 2 7 29 21 +8 23 Spain Kike Linero
High School Club Challenge Knockout Stage Records[edit]
Season Teams Position Pld W D L GF GA GD PSO Manager
2008 4 3rd 1 0 1 1 0 1 -1 N/A South Korea Choi Jin-Han
2009 2 Champions 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 5-3 W (Final) South Korea Choi Jin-Han
2010 2 3rd 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 N/A South Korea Lee Young-Ik
2011 2 11th 1 1 0 0 3 2 +1 N/A South Korea Lee Young-Ik

U-15 Team - Osan Middle School FC[edit]

U-15 Team is Osan Middle School FC in Seoul

U-12 Team - Future of FC Seoul[edit]

Future of FC Seoul was launched in 2004. This team trains children from six years old to 12 years old. This team participates in the K-League U-12 Youth League camp and the National Youth Football League

U-18 Team Draft[edit]

Year Name Name Name Name Sum Note
2008 South Korea Moon Ki-Han South Korea Kim Hyun-Sung (Univ.)
2
2009 South Korea Lee, Yoon Ho (Univ.) South Korea Kim Sang-Pil (Univ.)
2
South Korea Kim Hyun-Sung
(After Univ. / 2008 Draft)
2010 South Korea Jung Seung-Yong South Korea Song Seung-Ju South Korea Lee Kwang-Jin South Korea Cho Min-Woo (Univ.)
4
South Korea Lee, Yoon Ho
(After Univ. / 2009 Draft)
2011 South Korea Yoo Dong-Won (Univ.) South Korea Jung Dong-Chul (Univ.) South Korea Yoo Jae-Geun (Univ.) South Korea Jun Byeong-Soo (Univ.)
4
2012 South Korea Kim Won-Sik South Korea Jang Hyeon-U South Korea Ju Hyeong-Jun (Univ.) South Korea Baek Cheol-Seung (Univ.)
7
South Korea Cho Min-Woo
(After Univ. / 2010 Draft)
South Korea Kim Hak-Seung (Univ.) South Korea Choi Myeong-Hun (Univ.) South Korea Park Jun-Gyeong (Univ.)
2013 South Korea Kim Eun-Do South Korea Park Seung-Yeoul South Korea Shin Hak-Young South Korea Choi Bong-Won
7
South Korea Kim Sang-Pil
(After Univ. / 2009 Draft)
South Korea Hwang Shin-Young South Korea Oh Jun-Hyeok (Univ.) South Korea Cho Won-Tae (Univ.)
2014 South Korea Hwang Hyun-Soo South Korea Yoon Hyeon-Oh South Korea Kim Chol-Ho South Korea Shim Je-Hyeok
6
South Korea Jung Dong-Cheol
South Korea Choi Myung-Hun
(After Univ. / 2011 Draft)
South Korea Park Min-Kyu (Univ.) South Korea Park Jun-Young (Univ.)
  • (Univ.) means player who go to university then back to FC Seoul
  • (After Univ.) means player who is joined FC Seoul after entering university

Notable graduate[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "1군 향해 쏜다 - 꿈익는 열여덟 소년". Daily Sports. 2004-11-12. (Korean)
  2. ^ "The Official K-League Annual Report (Korean)". K-League editorial division. 

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