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Ulsan Hyundai
울산 현대
Ulsan Hyundai FC Logo
Full name Ulsan Hyundai Football Club
울산 현대 축구단
Nickname(s) Horangi (The Tigers)
Gangs of Asia
The Iron Maces
Founded 1983; 31 years ago (1983), as Hyundai Horang-i FC
Ground Ulsan Munsu Football Stadium (Big Crown)
Ground Capacity 44,102
Owner Hyundai Heavy Industries
Chairman Kwon Oh-Gab
Manager Yoon Jung-hwan
League K League Classic
2014 6th
Website Club home page
Current season

The Ulsan Hyundai Football Club is a South Korean professional football club, owned by Korean corporation Hyundai Heavy Industries, they entered the K League in 1984 as Hyundai Horang-i. Home ground of this team is Ulsan Munsu Football Stadium.

History[edit]

2012 AFC Champions League Final in Ulsan Munsu Football Stadium.

Ulsan Hyundai was established in Incheon, Gyeonggi on 6 December 1983, as Hyundai Football Club, with Horangi (Horangi means tiger) as its mascot. They entered the league in 1984 and finished the season in 3rd place. In 1986, the club expanded their franchise from Incheon, Gyeonggi to Gangwon. But In 1987, the club was based solely in Gangwon. In the early 1990s, the club moved to Ulsan, becoming Ulsan Hyundai. The club became the league champion in 1996, but then entered a long dry-spell. Korean football legend Cha Bum-keun managed the club from 1991 to 1994.

They finished runners-up in 2002 and 2003, and started to emerge as a strong force. In 2005, they qualified for the Championship Playoff. In the playoff semi-final, they beat Seongnam Ilhwa 2–1, and in the final, they beat Incheon United 6–3 agg, with a hat-trick from Lee Chun-Soo in the first leg. The club also went on to win the A3 Champions Cup in 2006.

In 2012, the club won the AFC Champions League, defeating Al-Ahli 3-0 on 10 November. In the run up to the final, Ulsan went unbeaten in all 12 games, winning nine consecutive and scored 27 goals.[1]

Records[edit]

Season Division Tms. Pos. FA Cup AFC CL FIFA CWC
1984 1 8 3 - - -
1985 1 8 4 - - -
1986 1 6 6 - - -
1987 1 5 4 - - -
1988 1 5 2 - - -
1989 1 6 6 - - -
1990 1 6 5 - - -
1991 1 6 2 - - -
1992 1 6 3 - - -
1993 1 6 3 - - -
1994 1 7 4 - - -
1995 1 8 2 - - -
1996 1 9 1 Semi-final - -
1997 1 10 3 Quarter-final - -
1998 1 10 2 Runners-up Round of 16 -
1999 1 10 6 Semi-final - -
2000 1 10 10 Quarter-final - -
2001 1 10 6 Semi-final - -
2002 1 10 2 Quarter-final - -
2003 1 12 2 Semi-final - -
2004 1 13 4 Semi-final - -
2005 1 13 1 Round of 16 - -
2006 1 14 5 Round of 32 Semi-final -
2007 1 14 4 Quarter-final - -
2008 1 14 3 Quarter-final - -
2009 1 15 8 Round of 32 Group Stage -
2010 1 15 5 Round of 16 - -
2011 1 16 2 Semi-final - -
2012 1 16 5 Semi-final Winners 6th
2013 1 14 2 Round of 16 - -
Key
  • Tms. = Number of teams
  • Pos. = Position in league

Honours[edit]

Domestic[edit]

Champions (2) : 1996, 2005
Runners-up (7) : 1986, 1991, 1998, 2002, 2003, 2011, 2013
Runners-up (1) : 1998
Champions (5) : 1986, 1995, 1998, 2007, 2011
Runners-up (3) : 1993, 2002, 2005
Champions (1) : 2006
Runners-up (1) : 1999

International[edit]

Champions (1) : 2012
Champions (1) : 2006

Player[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 17 December 2014

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

No. Position Player
3 South Korea DF Jeong Dong-ho
4 South Korea DF Lee Jae-won
5 South Korea MF Seo Yong-duk
6 South Korea DF Park Dong-hyuk
7 South Korea MF Ko Chang-hyun
8 Brazil MF Wander Luiz
9 South Korea FW Kim Shin-wook
10 Montenegro MF Filip Kasalica
11 Brazil MF Tartá
13 South Korea MF Kim Sun-min
14 South Korea MF Kim Young-sam
15 South Korea MF Baek Ji-hoon
17 South Korea DF Yoo Jun-soo
18 South Korea GK Kim Seung-gyu
20 South Korea FW Yang Dong-hyun
21 South Korea GK Lee Hee-sung
22 South Korea DF Kim Chi-gon (captain)
23 South Korea MF Kim Min-kyun
24 South Korea MF Han Jae-woong
25 South Korea DF Lee Jae-seong
26 South Korea MF Ha Sung-min
27 South Korea FW Ahn Jin-beom
28 South Korea MF Kim Hak-chan
30 South Korea MF Kim Hoon-sung
33 South Korea FW Cho In-hyung
34 South Korea DF Im Dong-chun
35 South Korea DF Kim Yoon-sik
36 South Korea MF Cha Tae-young
37 South Korea MF Jung Hee-soo
No. Position Player
38 South Korea MF Park Tae-yoon
39 South Korea DF Kim Kun-hoan
40 South Korea GK Lee Jun-shik
41 South Korea MF Son Jae-young
88 South Korea MF Lee Ho
Brazil MF Éder
South Korea MF Yoo Chang-kyun
South Korea MF Rim Sung-kook
South Korea MF Jang Ji-hoon
South Korea MF Son Se-beom
South Korea MF Jeon In-hwan
South Korea FW Ahn Hyun-beom
South Korea MF Lee Young-jae
South Korea FW Kim Seung-jun
South Korea MF Ko Min-hyuk
South Korea GK Jang Dae-hee
South Korea DF Jung Seung-hyun
Brazil FW Almir
Brazil FW Caíque
South Korea MF Jung Chan-il
South Korea MF Shin Je-hwan
Japan MF Chikashi Masuda
South Korea DF Han Ji-sung
South Korea DF Lee Myung-jae
South Korea GK Kim Young-kwang
South Korea DF Rim Chang-woo
South Korea FW Choi Min-seok
South Korea FW Kim Yong-jin

Out on loan[edit]

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

No. Position Player
South Korea DF Kang Min-soo (to Sangju Sangmu for military service)
South Korea MF Park Seung-il (to Sangju Sangmu for military service)
South Korea FW Kim Hyo-gi (to Hwaseong FC for military service)
South Korea FW Park Gyung-ik (to Sangju Sangmu for military service)
No. Position Player
South Korea FW Han Sang-woon (to Sangju Sangmu for military service)
2 South Korea DF Lee Yong (to Sangju Sangmu for military service)
16 South Korea MF Kim Sung-hwan (to Sangju Sangmu for military service)
 

Managers[edit]

# Name From To Season Notes
1 South Korea Moon Jung-Sik 1983/07/12 1986/04/22 1984–1986
C
South Korea Cho Chung-Yun 1986/04/22 1986/12/?? 1986
2 1986/12/?? 1987/12/30 1987
3 South Korea Kim Ho 1987/12/30 1990/11/19 1988–1990
4 South Korea Cha Bum-Kun 1990/11/23 1994/11/27 1991–1994
5 South Korea Ko Jae-Wook 1994/11/30 2000/06/12 1995–2000
C South Korea Chung Jong-Soo 2000/06/12 2000/08/21 2000
6 South Korea Kim Jung-Nam 2000/08/22 2008/12/25 2000–2008
7 South Korea Kim Ho-Gon 2008/12/26 2013/12/04 2009–2013
8 South Korea Cho Min-Kook 2013/12/04 2014/11/30 2014
9 South Korea Yoon Jung-hwan 2014/12/03 2015–present

Club officials[edit]

Crest[edit]

Kit Supplier[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ulsan's ultimate victory". ESPNFC. 10 November 2012. 

External links[edit]

Achievements
Preceded by
Ilhwa Chunma
K-League Champions
1996
Succeeded by
Pusan Daewoo Royals
Preceded by
Suwon Samsung Bluewings
K-League Champions
2005
Succeeded by
Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma
Preceded by
Al-Sadd
Qatar
Champions of Asia
2012
Succeeded by
Guangzhou Evergrande
China