2006 Korean League Cup

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Korean League Cup 2006, known as Samsung Hauzen Cup 2006 due to the competition's sponsorship.

Samsung Hauzen Cup is a filler competition created to allow domestic football during times of increased national team activity. The 2006 edition is being played during summer, allowing the top K-League players to focus on the World Cup finals in Germany. World Cup players will be back after completion of Round 8.

This competition is not to be confused with the domestic championship, the K-League.

Format[edit]

League format. Thirteen rounds with all the teams playing each other once. The team with the biggest amount of points at the end of the competition is declared the winner (three points are awarded for a win and one point is awarded for a draw).

Final standings[edit]

Pos Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
1. FC Seoul 27 13 8 3 2 20 11 +9
2. Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma 22 13 6 4 3 16 12 +4
3. Gyeongnam FC 22 13 7 1 5 16 14 +2
4. Daejeon Citizen 21 13 5 6 2 15 9 +6
5. Ulsan Hyundai Horang-i 21 13 6 3 4 17 12 +5
6. Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors 20 13 6 2 5 15 13 +2
7. Chunnam Dragons 20 13 6 2 5 14 13 +1
8. Jeju United 20 13 6 2 5 12 12 0
9. Pohang Steelers 19 13 6 1 6 17 19 -2
10. Busan I'Park 14 13 4 2 7 14 17 -3
11. Gwangju Sangmu Bulsajo 14 13 4 2 7 9 14 -5
12. Suwon Samsung Bluewings 12 13 2 6 5 9 14 -5
13. Daegu FC 12 13 2 6 5 14 21 -7
14. Incheon United 7 13 1 4 8 11 18 -7

Results[edit]

Round 1







Round 2







Round 3








Round 4







Round 5








Round 6


May 31
Daegu FC 0 – 0 FC Seoul
Daegu World Cup Stadium
Attendance: 2,385






Round 7








Round 8








Catch-up Round




Round 9







July 16
Pohang Steelers 2 – 0 Jeju United
Steelyard Stadium
Attendance: 0
Jeju withdrew the game

Round 10








Round 11








Round 12








Round 13







Top scorers[edit]

Rank Player Club Goals Pld
1 South Korea Choi Sung-Kuk Ulsan Hyundai Horang-i 8 13
2 Brazil Popo Busan I'Park 7 12
3 South Korea Jeong Shung-Hoon Daejeon Citizen 5 8
= Brazil Luciano Henrique Pohang Steelers 5 11
= South Korea Kim Eun-Jung FC Seoul 5 12
= South Korea Ju Kwang-Youn Chunnam Dragons 5 13
7 South Korea Yeom Ki-Hun Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors 4 11
= South Korea Kim Ki-Hyeong Jeju United 4 12
= South Korea Nam Ki-Il Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma 4 12
= South Korea Jang Nam-Seok Daegu FC 4 13

See also[edit]