U-League

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U-League
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Country South Korea Korea Republic
Founded 2008
Number of teams 76 (2013 season)
Domestic cup(s) FA Cup
Current champions Yonsei University
(2012)
Most championships Yonsei University (2nd)
Website www.kfa.or.kr
2013 U-League

The U League is a university football competition in Korea Republic. Created in 2008, it is the first organized league competition for university football teams and will operate outside of the regular Korean football league structure.

History[edit]

The 2008 U-League season will be operated on an experimental basis, with ten university teams from the Seoul region involved in the test league. Should it prove to be a success, the league system will be spread across the country. From 2010 season, 67 teams will be play in 2010 U-League.

Number of teams[edit]

  • 2008 : 10 teams
  • 2009 : 22 teams
  • 2010 : 67 teams
  • 2011 : 70 teams
  • 2012 : 72 teams
  • 2013 : 76 teams

Participating teams (2013)[edit]

Further information: 2013 U-League

2013 season will be participated 76 university teams. All teams are divided 8 groups.

Past Winner[edit]

Titles by season[edit]

Season Champion Runner-up
2008 Kyunghee University Hanyang University
2009 Dankook University Jeonju University
2010 Yonsei University Kyunghee University
2011 Hongik University University of Ulsan
2012 Yonsei University Konkuk University
2013 Yeungnam University Hongik University

Titles by university[edit]

University Champion Runner-up
Yonsei University 2 (2010, 2012) -
Kyunghee University 1 (2008) 1 (2010)
Hongik University 1 (2011) 1 (2013)
Dankook University 1 (2009) -
Yeungnam University 1 (2013) -
Konkuk University - 1 (2012)
University of Ulsan - 1 (2011)
Jeonju University - 1 (2009)
Hanyang University - 1 (2008)

See also[edit]

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