Magway FC

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Magway FC
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Full name Magway Football Club
Nickname(s) ေရနံေျမမွသူရဲေကာင္းမ်ား
Founded 2009; 5 years ago (2009)
Ground Magway Stadium
Ground Capacity 7,000
Owner Tun Myint Naing[1]
Manager Soe Min[2]
League Myanmar National League
2012 MNL 6th
Website Club home page
Current season

Magwe Football Club (Burmese: မေကြးေဘာလံုးအသင္း) is a Myanmar Professional football club, based at Magwe, Myanmar. The club represents the Magwe Division of Upper Myanmar. At the founded time, the name of club is Magway Football Club. In 2012, the club was renamed the name as Magwe Football Club.


The club was founded in 2009, The club's owner is U Tun Myint Naing, Managing Director of Asia World Co.,Ltd. Magwe Football Club was one of eight teams originally participating in the first Myanmar National League in 2009. The team finished second renner-up in the league's inaugural cup competition, the Myanmar National League Cup 2009.

About of Club[edit]

The club was famoused as aggressive playing style and borned to many young talent football players. Every season, Magwe Football Club was based on young talent football players as Zaw Min Tun, a national player, who was negotiated by highest transfer fee of Myanmar National League to Yadanarbon Football Club.


Second Runner-up in MNL CUP GRAND ROYAL 2009

5th in MNL GRAND ROYAL 2009

7th in MNL GRAND ROYAL 2010

5th in MNL 2011

6th in MNL 2012

6th in MNL MYANMAR 2013 (Still Competing)


Dagon Beer 2009-2011

Green Luck 2011-2012

Jomoo 2012 to Present

Current Squad[edit]

First Team Squad[edit]

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

No. Position Player
1 Burma GK Bo Hein
2 Burma DF Myo Min Latt
3 Burma DF Nyi Nyi Win
4 Burma DF Lin Lin Htwe
5 Burma DF Nanda Kyaw
6 Burma DF Nay Min Tun
7 Burma MF Thant Zin Win
8 Burma FW Soe Min Naing
9 Burma FW Myo Zaw Oo
10 Burma FW Maung Maung Soe
11 Burma MF Ko Ko Naing
12 Burma DF Nyi Nyi Zaw
No. Position Player
13 Japan DF Kazuki Yoshino
14 Burma MF Kyaw Htay Oo
15 Burma DF Arker Naing
16 Burma MF Htoo Htoo Aung
17 Burma MF Sithu Than Soe
18 Burma GK Kyaw Zin Phyo
19 East Timor FW Murilo
20 Bulgaria MF Ivan Karamanov
22 Ghana FW Seth Baffoe Amoah
23 Burma MF Hein Zar Aung
24 Burma DF Naing Lin Tun
30 Burma GK Naing Naing Hla


  1. ^ Han Oo Khin (March 9–15, 2009). "New era for football". The Myanmar Times. [dead link]
  2. ^ "MNL Managers Signed". Soccer (in Burmese). 2009-04-12. Retrieved 2009-05-14. 

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