|Date of birth||5 June 1978|
|Place of birth||Trat, Thailand|
|Height||1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)|
|Playing position||Attacking Midfielder|
|1995–1996||Thai Farmers Bank|
|1996–2001||Thai Farmers Bank||78||(39)|
|2009||→Melbourne Victory (loan)||9||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 12 January 2015.
† Appearances (Goals).
Sutee Suksomkit (Thai: สุธี สุขสมกิจ, born June 5, 1978) is a Thai footballer playing for a Thai Premier League club, Suphanburi Sutee or nicknamed "Bird" is one of the most famous Thai footballer during the last decade regarding of his skilful style of play. The attacker spent 8 years between 2001 and 2009 playing abroad for several clubs in Singapore and Australia. He has also been serving Thailand at international level as an important member since 2000, earning 70 caps so far.
Sutee spent his youth career during 1995-1996 with an Asian powerhouse, Thai Farmers Bank F.C. The club was recently emerged champions of AFC Champions League (Asian Club Championship) twice consecutively between 1993 and 1995. The young striker made his first senior appearance with the club in 1996 and continued playing for the club totally 5 years until 2001.
The pacey forward scored 39 goals from 78 appearances for Thai Farmers Bank F.C.
In 2001, the promising forward joined a Singapore S-League club, Tanjong Pagar. He later adapted to play in various attacking positions including left winger, second striker and attacking midfielder. Sutee spent 2 seasons with the Singaporean side before moving to another S-League club, Home United, in 2003.
Sutee scored 30 goals from 56 appearances for Tanjong Pagar.
In 2004, a K-League side Busan I'Park expressed their interest in signing Sutee but eventually stepped off. However, regardless of his missing opportunity to join the Korean side, he was given an opportunity to take on a trial with an English Premier League club, Everton, as a part of a sponsorship deal between the Merseyside club and a Thai beer maker, Chang. The English club did not sign him afterward.
Between 2004 and 2005, an English Premier League club, Chelsea, had expressed their interest in signing the Thai forward. Chelsea eventually captured Sutee on a loan deal and sent him out to Brentford. However, Chelsea failed to apply a work permit for Sutee, caused him to return to Singapore.
With Home United, the Thai attacker did not score as many as he previously did with his former clubs, as he was placed in either wider position or drop deeper position in many occasions. However, he was remained a crucial part of the team and spent fully 3 seasons with the club until 2006, made 96 appearances with 16 goals.
The versatile attacker was on the move again in early 2007, he joined Singaporean Tampines Rovers. Sutee made personal highest appearance with the Rovers, 110 appearances from 3 seasons between 2007 and 2009 and scored 30 goals.
On September 25, 2009 the 31 years old forward agreed a 3 month loan deal with a A-League champions Melbourne Victory which concluded at the end of his contract with Tempines Rovers. Sutee made 9 appearances with the A-League champions.
On December 28, 2009, after 8 years of spending his career abroad, Sutee joined a Thai Premier League club, Bangkok Glass. Following the expiration of his contract in Bangkok, Suksomkit sign with current club Suphanburi.
|1||10 June 2000||Bangkok, Thailand||Qatar||2-3||Lost||Friendly|
|2||3 September 2000||Beijing, China||Uzbekistan||4-2||Won||Friendly Tournament|
|3||30 September 2000||Kuwait City, Kuwait||Kuwait||2-3||Lost||Friendly|
|4||27 January 2001||Singapore||Singapore||5-4 (pens)||Lost||Friendly|
|5||13 August 2001||Singapore||Singapore||5-0||Won||Friendly|
|6||22 September 2001||Bangkok, Thailand||Iraq||1-1||Draw||2002 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|7||10 July 2004||Bangkok, Thailand||Trinidad and Tobago||3-2||Won||Friendly|
|8||24 July 2004||Chongqing, China||Japan||1-4||Lost||Asian Cup 2004|
|9||8 September 2004||Pyongyang, North Korea||North Korea||1-4||Lost||2006 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|10||30 December 2006||Bangkok, Thailand||Vietnam||3-1||Won||King's Cup 2006|
|11||2 July 2007||Bangkok, Thailand||Qatar||2-0||Won||Friendly|
|12||7 July 2007||Bangkok, Thailand||Iraq||1-1||Draw||Asian Cup 2007|
|13||6 December 2008||Phuket, Thailand||Vietnam||2-0||Won||2008 AFF Suzuki Cup|
|14||10 December 2008||Phuket, Thailand||Malaysia||3-0||Won||2008 AFF Suzuki Cup|
|15||23 January 2009||Phuket, Thailand||Denmark||2-2||Draw||2009 King's Cup|
|16||23 January 2009||Phuket, Thailand||Denmark||2-2||Draw||2009 King's Cup|
|17||14 November 2009||Singapore||Singapore||3-1||Won||2011 AFC Asian Cup qualification|
|18||14 November 2009||Singapore||Singapore||3-1||Won||2011 AFC Asian Cup qualification|
|19||17 January 2010||Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand||Singapore||1-0||Won||2010 King's Cup|
- Melbourne Victory profile
- Star Players at Thai National Team page
- Sutee Suksomkit at National-Football-Teams.com
- Goal against Vietnam in the in 2008 AFF Suzuki Cup