|Date of birth||April 23, 1956|
|Place of birth||Chonburi, Thailand|
|Playing position||AFC Pro Licence|
|1978–1981||Raj Pracha F.C.|
|1991–2000||Thai Farmers Bank|
|2014||Thailand Women's (Adviser Chairman)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Charnwit Polcheewin (Thai: ชาญวิทย์ ผลชีวิน) He is a master of the football coach of Thailand. He got doctorate of Social Science from Sri Patum Previously, he was head coach of the Thailand national football team.Thailand football club head coach of two-time AFC Champions League Winners 1994–1995 Thai Farmers Bank F.C.. He led Thailand to victory in the SEA Games at the end of 2005. He resigned from the post on February 20, 2007 to coach Vietnamese side Đồng Tháp. However, as the transfer did not go through, he re-joined as head coach of the Thai national football team. He was confirmed in this position in April 2007 after the election of a new President of the Football Association of Thailand and the appointment of a new executive committee.
Chanvit stepped down as coach of Thailand on June 22, 2008 after their 2010 World Cup campaign ended in the Third Stage of AFC qualification. In his final game, Thailand lost 0–1 to Oman.
Chanvit was in charge for 3 seasons, and saw success in the King's Cup as well as finishing as runners up in the 2007 ASEAN Championship.
Chanvit was again linked with the Vietnamese side Đồng Tháp on 20 November 2008, according to the Vietnam Bridge website.
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- "Chanvit confirms his farewell". Bangkok Post. 2008-06-16. Retrieved 2008-06-16.
|Thailand national team head coach