Bucheon FC 1995

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Bucheon FC 1995
부천 FC 1995
Bucheon FC 1995.svg
Short name BFC
Founded 2007; 10 years ago (2007)[1]
Ground Bucheon Stadium
Ground Capacity 35,456
Owner Bucheon Government
Chairman Mayor of Bucheon
Manager Jung Gab-suk
League K League Challenge
2016 K League Challenge, 3rd
Website Club website
Current season

Bucheon FC 1995 is a South Korean professional football club located in the city of Bucheon, which is currently a member of the Challengers League. The club was founded by a group of former Bucheon SK supporters after the move of Bucheon SK to Jeju at the beginning of 2006.


A Forever Bucheon banner, displayed by fans behind the movement to create the new Bucheon FC at a 2006 World Cup match between South Korea and France June 18th, 2006

Within weeks of the relocation of Bucheon SK, fans of the club began a movement to establish a brand new side in Bucheon, with an initial goal of creating a team to participate in the 2007 Korea National League season. The financial requirements for entry to the National League were so great and that, coupled with the launch of the K3 League in 2007, led to them readjusting their target and focusing on entry to the K3 League in 2008.

During the course of 2007 deals with several major sponsors, including Sports Toto, Daum and SK Energy were negotiated. On October 25, 2007, the club's name, Bucheon FC 1995, was announced, and the club was officially founded on December 1.

The team became a professional club and got an approval to join a member of K League Challenge from 2013 season on December 5, 2012.

In the first season as a professional club, they finished the season in 7th place.


Season Division Tms. Pos. FA Cup
2008 K3 League 16 13
2009 K3 League 17 4
2010 Challengers League 18 7 2nd Round
2011 Challengers League 16 8 1st Round
2012 Challengers League 18 8 1st Round
2013 K League Challenge 8 7 2nd Round
2014 K League Challenge 10 10 3rd Round
2015 K League Challenge 11 5 Round of 32
2016 K League Challenge 11 3 Semi-finals


Current squad[edit]

as of March 10, 2017

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

No. Position Player
1 South Korea GK Ryu Won-woo
2 South Korea DF Lee Young-hoon
3 South Korea DF Lee Jae-won
4 South Korea DF Yang Ki-hoon
5 South Korea DF Lim Dong-hyuk
6 Brazil FW Nilson Júnior
7 South Korea MF Moon Ki-han
8 South Korea FW Kim Shin
9 Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Haris Harba
10 Brazil FW Waguininho
13 South Korea MF Lee Jeong-chan
14 South Korea DF Ji Byung-joo
15 South Korea MF Cho Beom-seok
16 South Korea MF Jin Chang-soo
17 South Korea DF Kim Han-bin
18 South Korea MF Kim Yeong-nam
19 South Korea MF Kim Jin-hyun
20 South Korea DF Go Myeong-seok
21 South Korea GK Cho Chul-won
22 South Korea DF An Tae-hyun
No. Position Player
23 South Korea DF Park Kyeong-min
24 Uzbekistan FW Bakhodir Pardayev
25 South Korea GK Han Sang-jin
26 South Korea MF Jo Soo-chul
27 South Korea MF Yoo Ji-min
29 South Korea MF Shin Hyun-jun
30 South Korea DF Jung Joon-hyun
31 South Korea DF Lee Jung-won
32 South Korea MF Ahn Dong-yong
33 South Korea FW Lee Min-su
34 South Korea DF Park Jun-min
35 South Korea MF Yang Jae-Kyoung
36 South Korea FW Kim Do-yoon
37 South Korea MF Nam Dong-woo
38 South Korea DF Lee Lo-woon
40 South Korea GK Kwon Young-sin
47 South Korea DF Ha Gang-san
49 South Korea FW Lee Yoon-hwan
79 South Korea DF Park Min

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 FW No Dae-ho (to Hwaseong FC)
South Korea GK Kang hoon (to Hwaseong FC)
No. Position Player
South Korea FW Gong Min-hyun (to Ansan Police for military duty)

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