Rimyongsu Sports Club

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Rimyongsu Sports Club
리명수체육단
Full name Rimyongsu Sports Club
리명수체육단
Ground Sariwon Youth Stadium, Sariwon
Ground Capacity 35,000
Manager Ri Myong Ho
League DPR Korea League

Rimyongsu Sports Club (Chosŏn'gŭl: 리명수체육단; Hanja: 鯉明水體育團) is a North Korean football club, based in Sariwon. Despite never winning the DPR Korea League, Rimyongsu supplied four players to the 2005 FIFA U-17 World Championship and five players to the 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup, more than any other North Korean club.

Achievements[edit]

2004

Current squad[edit]

As of May 6, 2014[1]

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

No. Position Player
1 North Korea GK Ju Kwang Min
2 North Korea FW Jang Kwang Hyok
3 North Korea FW Jang Song Hyok
5 North Korea FW Ri Myon Hak
6 North Korea FW Kim Chol Myong
7 North Korea FW Kim Kyong-Il
8 North Korea FW Ri Hyok
9 North Korea FW Pak Song-Chol
10 North Korea FW Ri Hyok Chol
11 North Korea FW Pak Chol Min
12 North Korea FW Ri Jin Hyok
15 North Korea FW Yang Jun Hyok
No. Position Player
16 North Korea FW Pak Chol Jun
17 North Korea FW Ro Hak Su
18 North Korea FW Kim Kum Chol
19 North Korea FW Kim Chol
20 North Korea FW Som Kum Il
21 North Korea GK Ri Chol Jin
22 North Korea FW Ri Kwang Hyok
25 North Korea FW Kang Won Myong
26 North Korea FW Song Kum Song
27 North Korea FW Kang Kuk Chol
30 North Korea FW Jong Il-gwan

Asian stage[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Score
2014 AFC President's Cup Group Stage (B) Philippines Ceres F.C. 2-2
Turkmenistan FC HTTU 1-1
Chinese Taipei Tatung F.C. 5-0
Final Stage (B) Bangladesh Sheikh Russel KC
Mongolia Erchim

Notable Players (featured at both 2005 U-17 and 2007 U-20 World Cups)[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.the-afc.com/en/component/afcasfeeds/?fixtureid=8277&stageid=329&tMode=C&view=ajax&show=matchsummary

External links[edit]