Buriram United F.C.–Muangthong United F.C. rivalry

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Buriram United F.C. v Muangthong United F.C.
LocaleThailand
TeamsBuriram United F.C.
Muangthong United F.C.
First meeting27 February 2010
Buriram United 1–2 Muangthong United (Friendly match)
Latest meeting4 May 2018
Buriram United 4–0 Muangthong United
(2018 Thai League)
StadiumsChang Arena (Buriram United)
SCG Stadium (Muangthong United)

The matchup of Buriram United versus Muangthong United is considered by Thai football media and followers as the biggest football match in Thailand due to their dominance in Thai Football in the modern era. The two clubs are the most successful Thai teams in professional league age. Both clubs are the only two clubs that have won the top league of Thailand since the promotion of Muangthong United to Thai League 1 in 2009.

Buriram United and Muangthong United are mainly the competitive rivals since both are located in the different regions of Thailand. However, both clubs also represent the different group of supporters among them. Buriram represents the rustic people in the countryside while Muangthong United symbolizes the urban people in the Bangkok Metropolitan Region since Muangthong is located in Nonthaburi Province which was the part of Thailand capital city, Bangkok until 1956 while and Buriram United is located on the frontier side, Buriram Province which is 238-mile-far from Bangkok.

History[edit]

Promotion of Muangthong United[edit]

Muangthong United was founded in 1989 as Nongjorg Pittayanusorn Football Club by Worawi Makudi.

In 2009, Muangthong United which has owned by Siam Sport Syndicate (Thai biggest sports multimedia) successfully climbed three divisions from Thai Regional League Division 2 to Thai League T1 within the 3 years of span. The newly promoted club invested the significant of a fund to the team since they had a high ambition to reach the continental football. In that season, Provincial Electricity Authority F.C. (PEA) (later re-established to Buriram United) was the defending champion from the 2008 season. Both clubs met two times in the league and Muangthong won all of them. Muangthong finished their first season in their top league with the champion title. PEA FC finished at a ninth place out of sixteen clubs in the league.

Establishing of Buriram United[edit]

In December 2009 after the underwhelming performance of PEA FC, it was announced that a politician based in Buriram, Newin Chidchob was to take over the club. He had already tried unsuccessfully to take over TOT SC and Royal Thai Army FC[1] Newin relocated the club to Buriram in Isan and rebranded it to Buriram PEA Football Club. The Buriram PEA inherited most of the players from the former PEA club included the stars like Rangsan Vivatchaichok, Apichet Puttan and Theerathon Bunmathan. Pongphan Wongsuwan who was a long-time head coach of TOT S.C. was instated as coach. Thailand national team member Suchao Nuchnum of TOT S.C. also followed his coach to the new team.

Muanthong United won back-to-back Thai Premier League in 2010 while Buriram finished as the runner-up in their first season of a new era.

The Rivalry[edit]

In the early state of both clubs, the rivalry was mainly the competitive contest between them. However, it later developed into the conflict among supporters.

The rivalry of both teams started in 2012 from the conflict between Football Association of Thailand and Buriram United. Worawi Makudi who was the founder of Muangthong United has the deep relation with Siam Sports Syndicate was that time the president of the FAT. Newin Chidchob, the president of Buriram United frequently questioned the transparency of FAT and the bias of referees and schedule toward Muangthong United.[2] Due to the conflict, Siam Sport eventually bashed Newin Chidchob and Buriram United through their media channels which covered most of the local football in Thailand in that time.

In the late of 2012 season, Buriram United won Thai Premier League and request to hold the Trophy ceremony at their home in the match before the last one. However, that time FAT president Worawi Makudi declined the request and forced them to receive the trophy at United Stadium of Chiang Rai that was the venue of their last match. After the game, Buriram United reacted by sending two staff to receive the trophy and head back to the club without any celebration to show their protest against the Makudi.

Buriram United and Muangthong United have become the opposite poles after that. The supporters started to throw the hate to each side. Both supporters packed the stadium of two clubs whenever there was the matchup between them.

Honours[edit]

As of 6 January 2018

The premier honours of Buriram United Muangthong United since 2009

Competition Buriram United Muangthong United Total
Thai League 1 5 4 9
Thai FA Cup 4 0 4
Thai League Cup 5 2 6[1]
Kor Royal Cup/Thailand Champions Cup 4 2 6
Toyota Premier Cup 3 0 3
Mekong Club Championship 2 1 3
Total 23 9 31

1 Buriram United and Muangthong United share the title of 2016 Thai League Cup winner.

Head-to-head[edit]

As of 16 September 2018

The competitive head-to-head of Buriram United and Muangthong United since 2010

Competition Buriram United win Draw Muangthong United win Total
Thai League 1 7 9 2 18
Thai FA Cup 3 0 1 4
Thai League Cup 1 1 1 3
Kor Royal Cup 3 0 0 3
Total 14 10 4 28

All-time results[edit]

As of 16 September 2018

Fixtures from 2010 to the present day featuring League games, Thai FA Cup, Thai League Cup, Kor Royal Cup and Exhibition game.

# Date Competition Venue Home club Score Buriram United Scorers/Red cards Muangthong United Scorers/Red cards Report
1 27 February 2010 Friendly match Khao Kradong Stadium Buriram United 1–2 Goal Dudu Goal Christian Kouakou, Goal Yaya Soumahoro [3]
2 5 May 2010 2010 Thai Premier League SCG Stadium Muangthong United 0–0 [4]
3 22 August 2010 2010 Thai Premier League Khao Kradong Stadium Buriram United 1–0 Goal Douglas [5]
4 2 April 2011 2011 Thai Premier League SCG Stadium Muangthong United 0–0 [6]
5 31 December 2011 2011 Thai Premier League New I-Mobile Stadium Buriram United 1–0 Goal Bouba Abbo [7]
6 11 January 2012 2011 Thai FA Cup - final Supachalasai Stadium Neutral 1–0 Goal Frank Acheampong [8]
7 30 May 2012 2012 Thai Premier League New I-Mobile Stadium Buriram United 1–1 Goal Suriya DomtaisongRed card Jakkaphan Kaewprom Goal Jakkaphan PornsaiRed card Mario Gjurovski [9]
8 19 August 2012 2012 Thai Premier League SCG Stadium Muangthong United 1–1 Goal Frank Acheampong Goal Mario Djurovski [10]
9 23 February 2013 2013 Kor Royal Cup Supachalasai Stadium Neutral 2–0 Goal Goal Ramsés Bustos Red card Mongkol Namnuad [11]
10 17 April 2013 2013 Thai Premier League SCG Stadium Muangthong United 1–2 Goal Goal Javier Patiño Goal Dagno Siaka [12]
11 11 August 2013 2013 Thai Premier League New I-Mobile Stadium Buriram United 1–1 Goal Osmar BarbaRed card Theerathon Bunmathan Goal Mario Djurovski [13]
12 23 September 2013 2013 Thai FA Cup - semi finals Thammasat Stadium Neutral 1–0 Goal Manuel Redondo Red card Witsanusak Kaewruang [14]
13 1 February 2014 2014 Kor Royal Cup Suphanburi Stadium Neutral 1–0 Goal Jay Simpson [15]
14 10 May 2014 2014 Thai Premier League New I-Mobile Stadium Buriram United 0–0 Red card Theerathon Bunmathan [16]
15 18 June 2014 2014 Thai League Cup - QF Leg 1 New I-Mobile Stadium Buriram United 0–0 [17]
16 2 July 2014 2014 Thai League Cup - QF Leg 2 SCG Stadium Muangthong United 0–1 Goal Carmelo González [18]
17 20 August 2014 2014 Thai Premier League SCG Stadium Muangthong United 0–1 Goal Andrés TúñezRed card Theerathon Bunmathan [19]
18 21 February 2015 2015 Thai Premier League SCG Stadium Muangthong United 1–1 Goal Diogo Goal Mario Gjurovski [20]
19 1 August 2015 2015 Thai Premier League New I-Mobile Stadium Buriram United 2–2 Goal Thitipan Puangchan (o.g.), Goal Diogo Goal Mario Gjurovski, Goal Cleiton Silva [21]
20 26 December 2015 2015 Thai FA Cup - final Supachalasai Stadium Neutral 3–1 Goal Andrés Túñez, Goal Go Seul-ki , Goal Jakkaphan Kaewprom Goal Mario GjurovskiRed card Mario Gjurovski [22]
21 20 February 2016 2016 Kor Royal Cup Supachalasai Stadium Neutral 3–1 Goal Diogo, Goal Andrés Túñez, Goal Jakkaphan Kaewprom Goal Adisak Kraisorn [23]
22 27 April 2016 2016 Thai League New I-Mobile Stadium Buriram United 0–3 Red card Weslley GoalGoal Cleiton Silva, Goal Adisak Kraisorn [24]
23 24 July 2016 2016 Thai League SCG Stadium Muangthong United 3–2 Goal Diogo, Goal Anon Amornlerdsak Goal Chanathip Songkrasin , Goal Sarach Yooyen, Goal Cleiton Silva [25]
24 3 August 2016 2016 Thai FA Cup - third round SCG Stadium Muangthong United 3–1 Goal Andrés TúñezRed card Bruno Moreira Goal Adisak Kraisorn, Goal Teerasil Dangda, Goal Cleiton Silva [26]
25 3 April 2017 2017 Thai League New I-Mobile Stadium Buriram United 2-0 Goal Jajá, Goal Suchao Nutnum Red card Célio Santos [27]
26 9 July 2017 2017 Thai League SCG Stadium Muangthong United 1-1 Goal Rafael Bastos Goal Leandro Assumpção [28]
27 11 October 2017 2017 Thai League Cup - QF New I-Mobile Stadium Buriram United 0-2 Goal Leandro Assumpção, Goal Theerathon Bunmathan [29]
28 4 May 2018 2018 Thai League Chang Arena Buriram United 4-0 Goal Yoo Jun-soo, GoalGoal Diogo, Goal Korrakot Wiriyaudomsiri [30]
29 16 September 2018 2018 Thai League SCG Stadium Muangthong United 0-3 Goal Korrakot Wiriyaudomsiri, Goal Osvaldo, Goal Yoo Jun-soo [31]

Player records[edit]

All-time top scorers[edit]

As of 4 May 2018
Rank Player Club Period Goals
1 Brazil Diogo Buriram United 2015– 6
2 Republic of Macedonia Mario Gjurovski Muangthong United 2012–2015 5
Brazil Cleiton Silva Muangthong United 2014–2017 5
3 Venezuela Andrés Túñez Buriram United 2014– 4
4 Thailand Adisak Kraisorn Muangthong United 2016– 3

Figures for active players (in bold) .

Players who played for both clubs[edit]

  • sort by year of joining the second club.
Seq. Player Nation(s) Joining second club Direct transfer Buriram United Muangthong United
1 Suriya Domtaisong
Thailand
2009 2009–2010, 2012–2013 2009
2 Ukrit Wongmeema
Thailand
2009 2009–2011 2009
3 Salahudin Awae
Thailand
2010 2010 2007–2009
4 Jakkaphan Kaewprom
Thailand
2011 2011– 2010-2011
5 Umarin Yaodam
Thailand
2013 2005–2010 2012–2013
6 Chitchanok Xaysensourinthone
Thailand
2013 2013 2013
7 Naruphol Ar-romsawa
Thailand
2015 2015–2016 2010–2011
8 Prakit Deeprom
Thailand
2015 2015 2007, 2017–
9 Adisak Kraisorn
Thailand
2016 2011–2014 2016–
10 Theerathon Bunmathan
Thailand
2016 2009–2016 2016–
11 Charyl Chappuis
ThailandSwitzerland
2017 2013–2014 2017–
12 Nukoolkit Krutyai
Thailand
2017 2015–2016 2017–
13 Jajá
Brazil
2018 2017 2018–

References[edit]

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  2. ^ ผลประโยชน์ “ ไทยพรีเมียร์ลีก” เมื่อตอเริ่มผุด
  3. ^ กิเลนผยองอุ่นเฉือนบุรีรัมย์-พีอีเอหวิว2-1
  4. ^ สีสันบรรยากาศคู่เอก "กิเลน-บุรีรัมย์"
  5. ^ https://www.thairath.co.th/content/105576 บุรีรัมย์สยบกิเลน เข้าทางชล งับปลาทูไล่2แต้ม
  6. ^ กวินเซฟอุตลุตกิเลนยันบุรีรัมย์0-0ยืนสถิติไม่แพ้ในถิ่น
  7. ^ "แอ๊บโบ้"ซัดประตูโทนพาบุรีรัมย์ดับซ่าเมืองทองฯ
  8. ^ อาเชียมปงซัดชัย!บุรีรัมย์ต่อเวลาดับกิเลนซิวเอฟเอฯ
  9. ^ เดือด2แดง!บุรีรัมย์เปิดรังโดนเมืองทองฯตีเจ๊า1-1
  10. ^ เมืองทองฯ 1-1 บุรีรัมย์ฯ กิเลนมากับฝน
  11. ^ บุรีรัมย์ถล่มเมืองทอง2-0แชมป์ถ้วยก.สมัยแรก
  12. ^ กิเลนหยุดสถิติไร้พ่าย!บุรีรัมย์บุกเชือดคารัง1-2
  13. ^ “มาริโอ” ซัดโทษ! กิเลนฟอร์มแกร่งบุกเสมอบุรีรัมย์ฯ 1-1 ศึกไทยลีก
  14. ^ บุรีรัมย์เข้าชิงฯ!เฉือนชัยเมืองทองฯ10คน1-0
  15. ^ ซิมสันซัดชัยพาปราสาทสายฟ้าคว้าแชมป์ถ้วย ก
  16. ^ กินกันไม่ลง!!บุกเจ๊าบุรีรัมย์ 0-0
  17. ^ ไร้สกอร์!กิเลนบุกเจ๊าเซาะกราว0-0นัดแรก8ทีมลีกคัพ
  18. ^ การ์เมโล่ซัดโทน!เซาะกราวบุกดับกิเลน1-0ลิ่วเข้ารอบรองฯ
  19. ^ 1 โทษ 1 แดง! “กิเลน” ถูก “บุรีรัมย์” อัดคาบ้าน 1-0
  20. ^ SCG เมืองทองฯ ยูไนเต็ด 1 - 1 บุรีรัมย์ ยูไนเต็ด
  21. ^ บุรีรัมย์ ยูไนเต็ด 2 - 2 เมืองทอง ยูไนเต็ด
  22. ^ ปราสาทแกร่งจริง!ทุบกิเลน 3-1 ซิวแชมป์ช้าง เอฟเอ คัพ
  23. ^ ปราสาทบดกิเลน3-1ซิวแชมป์ถ้วยพระราชทาน ก
  24. ^ ปลดล็อค!คลีตันเบิ้ลนำกิเลนผยองบุกอัดบุรีรัมย์3-0
  25. ^ PLT Match Report
  26. ^ เมืองทองฯ 3 - 1 บุรีรัมย์ : กิเลนฝังแค้นลึกลงใจปราสาท 10 คน
  27. ^ บุรีรัมย์ 2-0 เมืองทอง : กิเลนแพ้นัดแรกร่วงจ่าฝูง
  28. ^ เมืองทองฯ 1-1 บุรีรัมย์ : อัสซ่า ฮีโร่ โหม่งตีเจ๊าช่วยกิเลนแบ่งแต้ม
  29. ^ บุรีรัมย์ 0-2 เมืองทอง : ปราสาทตกรอบ 8 ทีมลีกคัพครั้งแรก
  30. ^ บุรีรัมย์ 4 - 0 เมืองทองฯ : ปราสาทรับโค้ชใหม่กิเลนสุดโหด
  31. ^ เมืองทอง 0-3 บุรีรัมย์ : ปราสาทยำกิเลนฯคาบ้าน