Donghaean derby

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Donghaean Derby
동해안 더비
Other names Yeongnam Derby
Locale South Korea North Gyeongsang Province
Teams Pohang Steelers
Ulsan Hyundai
First meeting 1 April 1984
Latest meeting Ulsan 0–2 Pohang
2014 K League Classic
(July 12, 2014)
Broadcasters KBS, SBS
Statistics
Most wins Pohang Steelers (57)

Donghaean Derby (Korean: 동해안 더비, Donghaean means East Coast) is a fierce football rivalry between Pohang Steelers and Ulsan Hyundai, two professional football clubs based in North Gyeongsang Province in South Korea.[1]Pohang and Ulsan are geographically close east coast ports of Korea.

History[edit]

After both teams settled down in their current cities in the mid-1990s, the rivalry between the two slowly formed.

The rivalry truly started after the 1998 K League Championship, in which the two clubs met in the semifinal. In the first leg, Pohang beat Ulsan 3-2 in a thrilling match in which three goals were scored in the added minutes of the second half. In the second leg, held in the Ulsan Stadium, they were drawing 1-1, which meant Pohang were about to progress to the final, until Ulsan's goalkeeper Kim Byung-Ji scored a last-minute header after a free-kick. The goal made the aggregate score 4-4, and Ulsan eventually became the winner after Kim Byung-Ji saved Pohang's two penalties in the following penalty shoot-out. In 2001, Kim Byung-Ji, who had been having a series of conflicts with Ulsan because the club did not let him move to Europe, moved directly to Pohan, recording the highest transfer fee in the K League at that time.[2] His move intensified the tension between two clubs. From then, two clubs met coincidentally in several important matches. Two clubs met in the 2004 K League Championship semi-final and Pohang progressed to the final with André Luiz Tavares's goal. Four years later, they met again in the 2008 K League Championship First Round. After a goalless draw, the game continued to penalties, in which Ulsan won by 4-2.[3]

The name Donghaean means East Sea Coast, where Pohang and Ulsan are located.

Venues[edit]

Pohang Steelers Ulsan Hyundai
Pohang Steel Yard Ulsan Stadium Ulsan Munsu Football Stadium
Capacity: 25,000 Capacity: 19,665 Capacity: 44,102
Pohang080413 1.jpg Ulsan Sports Complex1.JPG

Players who have played for both clubs[edit]

Match reports[edit]

League matches[edit]

# Date Round Home team Score Away team Goals (Home) Goals (Away) Attendance
1 1 April 1984 POSCO 1–1 Hyundai Shin Sang-Keun (2) Baek Jong-Chul (8)
2 19 May 1984 POSCO 0–2 Hyundai Landsbergen (28), Baek Jong-Chul (77)
3 29 July 1984 POSCO 2–1 Hyundai Choi Soon-Ho (6), Lee Kil-Yong (69) Alhassan (78)
4 29 August 1984 POSCO 3–4 Hyundai Choi Soon-Ho (9), Zeze (30), Choi Sang-Kook (55) Landsbergen (15, 77), Kim Han-Bong (39), Baek Jong-Chul (67)
5 27 April 1985 Hyundai 1–2 POSCO Landsbergen (85) Lee Heung-Sil (34), Cho Keung-Yeon (41)
6 26 June 1985 POSCO 0–0 Hyundai
7 1 September 1985 Hyundai 0–2 POSCO Schacht (30), Lee Heung-Sil (82)
8 20 March 1986 POSCO 1–1 Hyundai Cho Keung-Yeon (49) Ham Hyun-Gi (2)
9 13 April 1986 Hyundai 0–0 POSCO
10 22 October 1986 POSCO 0–3 Hyundai Kim Jong-Hwan (72), Ham Hyun-Gi (75, 79)
11 9 November 1986 Hyundai 1–0 POSCO Ham Hyun-Gi (61)
12 28 March 1987 Hyundai 2–2 POSCO Lee Sang-Chul (33), Jung Dong-Bok (43) Choi Sang-Kook (71, 84)
13 29 March 1987 Hyundai 1–1 POSCO Lee Sang-Chul (47) Lee Heung-Sil (49)
14 3 May 1987 POSCO 2–0 Hyundai Lee Heung-Sil (12), Kang Tae-Sik (48)
15 4 May 1987 POSCO 2–3 Hyundai Lee Kee-Keun (63, 70) Kim Sam-Soo (8), Lee Sang-Chul (20), Kim Jong-Kun (62)
16 15 August 1987 POSCO 2–2 Hyundai Choi Sang-Kook (26), Choi Soon-Ho (43) Lim Ko-Seok (66, 86)
17 17 August 1987 POSCO 4–2 Hyundai Kim Hong-Woon (10, 24), Kim Moon-Kyung (o.g. 40), Choi Soon-Ho (67) Jung Dong-Bok (27), Baek Jong-Chul (64)
18 19 September 1987 Hyundai 3–4 POSCO Choi Kang-Hee (33), Lee Sang-Chul (62, PK 75) Kim Hong-Woon (31, 47), Lee Kil-Yong (68), Choi Sang-Kook (73)
19 20 September 1987 Hyundai 1–2 POSCO Nam Ki-Young (o.g. 58) Lee Kee-Keun (4), Choi Sang-Kook (27)
20 9 April 1988 POSCO 1–0 Hyundai Kim Hong-Woon (80)
21 7 May 1988 Hyundai 0–1 POSCO Hwang Young-Woo (86)
22 11 June 1988 Hyundai 3–1 POSCO Yoon Deok-Yeo (44), Baek Jong-Chul (75), Kang Jae-Soon (82) Lee Kee-Keun (15)
23 23 July 1988 POSCO 0–2 Hyundai Ham Hyun-Gi (6, 89)
24 4 September 1988 POSCO 2–2 Hyundai Baek Chi-Soo (37), Lee Kee-Keun (56) Kang Jae-Soon (38), Choi Gun-Taek (89)
25 22 October 1988 Hyundai 0–1 POSCO Choi Sang-Kook (52)
26 6 May 1989 Hyundai 0–0 POSCO
27 9 May 1989 POSCO 0–1 Hyundai Choi Gun-Taek (68)
28 28 May 1989 POSCO 0–2 Hyundai Lee Hyo-Yong (49), Lee Soo-Chul (49)
29 3 June 1989 Hyundai 0–0 POSCO
30 13 September 1989 Hyundai 1–1 POSCO Kim Jong-Kun (65) Lee Kee-Keun (70)
31 16 September 1989 POSCO 2–1 Hyundai Cho Keung-Yeon (6, 28) Choi Kwang-Ji (9)
32 18 October 1989 POSCO 2–1 Hyundai Baek Chi-Soo (61), Choi Moon-Sik (87) Huh Ki-Soo (42)
33 21 October 1989 Hyundai 3–4 POSCO Lee Jong-Hwa (5), Kang Jae-Soon (46), Lee Hak-Jong (86) Cho Keung-Yeon (35, 50, 79), Kim Hong-Woon (89)
34 5 April 1990 POSCO 0–0 Hyundai
35 21 April 1990 Hyundai 0–0 POSCO
36 30 May 1990 POSCO 2–2 Hyundai Choi Sang-Kook (28), Lee Kye-Won (48) Lee Jong-Hwa (76, 89)
37 18 August 1990 Hyundai 1–1 POSCO Shin Yeon-Ho (89) Lee Kee-Keun (76)
38 9 October 1990 Hyundai 1–0 POSCO Song Ju-Seok (13)
39 30 October 1990 POSCO 3–2 Hyundai Lee Heung-Sil (5), Lee Kye-Won (53), Kim Sang-ho (78) Choi Kang-Hee (15), Ham Hyun-Gi (81)
40 31 March 1991 POSCO 0–0 Hyundai
41 4 May 1991 Hyundai 1–0 POSCO Kim Hyun-Seok (25)
42 29 June 1991 Hyundai 1–1 POSCO Han Chang-Woo (56) Lee Won-Chul (36)
43 17 July 1991 Hyundai 1–1 POSCO Kang Deuk-Soo (33) Lee Won-Chul (52)
44 10 August 1991 POSCO 0–2 Hyundai Kim Hyun-Seok (33), Song Ju-Seok (47)
45 7 September 1991 POSCO 1–0 Hyundai Lee Kee-Keun (81)
46 14 September 1991 Hyundai 2–2 POSCO Kwon Hyung-Jung (o.g. 14), Choi Kang-Hee (44) Park Kyung-Hoon (68), Lee Won-Chul (74)
47 3 November 1991 POSCO 0–1 Hyundai Kim Hyun-Seok (20)
48 25 April 1992 Hyundai 1–0 POSCO Shin Hong-Gi (89)
49 30 May 1992 POSCO 1–0 Hyundai Park Tae-Ha (41)
50 4 July 1992 Hyundai 0–1 POSCO Choi Moon-Sik (33)
51 10 October 1992 Hyundai 1–2 POSCO Song Ju-Seok (76) Rade (13, 74)
52 11 November 1992 POSCO 1–3 Hyundai Park Chang-Hyun (20) Kang Jae-Soon (26), Shin Hong-Gi (37, 87)
53 14 November 1992 POSCO 1–0 Hyundai Hong Myung-Bo (88)
54 17 April 1993 POSCO 2–0 Hyundai Park Chang-Hyun (50), Lee Won-Chul (85)
55 22 May 1993 Hyundai 1–0 POSCO Im Jae-Sun (68)
56 17 July 1993 POSCO 4–1 Hyundai Yoo Dong-Kwan (25), Lee Won-Chul (30), Cha Sang-Hae (35), Rade (68) Im Jae-Sun (18)
57 11 September 1993 POSCO 2–0 Hyundai Rade (49), Jang Young-Hoon (64)
58 15 September 1993 Hyundai 1–1 (PSO 4–3) POSCO Zoran (3) Jang Young-Hoon (PK 12)
59 9 October 1993 Hyundai 0–0 (PSO 5–6) POSCO
60 9 April 1994 POSCO 0-1 Hyundai Kim Jong-Kun (68)
61 30 April 1994 Hyundai 2-2 POSCO Yoo Sang-Chul (PK 28), Choi Dong-Ho (86) Park Chang-Hyun (14), Kim Ki-Nam (44)
62 20 August 1994 POSCO 0–0 Hyundai
63 14 September 1994 Hyundai 0–0 POSCO
64 2 November 1994 POSCO 3–2 Hyundai Hwang Sun-Hong (14, 79), Rade (20) Kim Jong-Kun (25), Im Jae-Sun (87)
65 7 May 1995 Pohang 0–0 Hyundai
66 29 July 1995 Hyundai 0-1 Pohang Gu Sang-Bum (25)
67 19 August 1995 Hyundai 1-1 Pohang Kim Hyun-Seok (50) Hwang Sun-Hong (4)
68 23 September 1995 Pohang 0–0 Hyundai
69 15 May 1996 Pohang 0–0 Ulsan
70 30 June 1996 Ulsan 2-3 Pohang Shin Hong-Gi (61, 86) Rade (15), Lee Young-Sang (PK 35), Park Tae-Ha (53)
71 29 August 1996 Pohang 3–2 Ulsan Hwang Sun-Hong (23, 82), Jeon Kyung-Jun (54) Jung Jeong-Soo (48), Kim Hyun-Seok (62)
72 12 October 1996 Ulsan 0-2 Pohang Jeon Kyung-Jun (26), Park Tae-Ha (69)
73 4 May 1997 Ulsan 2-0 Pohang Yoo Sang-Chul (21), Kim Jong-Kun (65)
74 19 October 1997 Pohang 2-1 Ulsan Tomou (44, 69) Kim Sang-Hoon (41)
75 22 July 1998 Ulsan 4-4 (PSO 5-4) Pohang Kim Jong-Kun (11, 62), Lee Moon-Seok (17), Kim Ki-Nam (40) Lee Dong-Gook (34, 58), Park Tae-Ha (PK 48), Beak Seung-Chul (72)
76 10 October 1998 Pohang 1-2 Ulsan Beak Seung-Chul (40) Jung Jeong-Soo (12), Yoo Sang-Chul (PK 35)
77 21 October 1998 C Pohang 3-2 Ulsan Kim Myung-Gon (57), Choi Moon-Sik (89), Baek Seung-Chul (90+6) Jung Jeong-Soo (16), Kim Jong-Kun (90+3)
78 24 October 1998 C Ulsan 2-1 Pohang Kim Hyun-Seok (71), Kim Byung-Ji (90) Park Tae-Ha (85)
79 30 June 1999 Pohang 2-1 Ulsan Lee Dong-Gook (22, 33) Kim Hyun-Seok (25)
80 18 August 1999 Ulsan 2-3 Pohang Kim Sang-Hoon (42), Victor (78) Ko Jeong-Woon (16, 52, 77)
81 15 September 1999 Ulsan 3-4 Pohang
82 14 May 2000 Ulsan 1-1 (PSO 1-3) Pohang Jung Jeong-Soo (87) Kim Jong-Chun (4)
83 21 June 2000 Ulsan 1-0 Pohang Ha Eun-Cheul (90)
84 6 September 2000 Pohang 2-3 Ulsan Sasa (10, 69) Lee Kil-Yong (25), Ha Eun-Cheul (41), Son Jeong-Tak (82)
85 11 July 2001 Ulsan 0-1 Pohang Ha Seok-Ju (50)
86 25 August 2001 Pohang 3-2 Ulsan Kim Sang-Rok (53) Goran (63, 79) Paulinho (73, 90+4)
87 26 September 2001 Ulsan 2-1 Pohang Lee Kil-Yong (30), Savic (o.g. 52) Ha Seok-Ju (85)
88 3 August 2002 Ulsan 3-0 Pohang Alison (44), Lee Chun-Soo (69), Kim Hyun-Seok (75)
89 18 September 2002 Ulsan 2-1 Pohang Lee Kil-Yong (61, 85) Yoon Bo-Young (42)
90 25 September 2002 Pohang 1-0 Ulsan Goran (10)
91 26 March 2003 Pohang 2-1 Ulsan Choi Yoon-Yeol (8), Woo Sung-Yong (61) Lee Chun-Soo (59)
92 9 July 2003 Ulsan 0-0 Pohang
93 31 August 2003 Pohang 2-3 Ulsan Choi Chul-Woo (8), Kim Gi-Dong (17) Dodô (26, PK 67), Balao (28)
94 9 November 2003 Ulsan 1-2 Pohang Balao (47) Choi Yoon-Yeol (15), Kim Sang-Rok (31)
95 23 May 2004 Ulsan 0-1 Pohang Hwang Jin-Sung (90)
96 3 August 2004 Pohang 0-1 Ulsan Zé Carlos (PK 32)
97 5 December 2004 C Pohang 1-0 Ulsan Tavares (36)
98 6 July 2005 Ulsan 1-3 Pohang Yoo Sang-Chul (44) Lee Dong-Gook (PK 17, 79), Itamar (87)
99 29 October 2005 Pohang 2-1 Ulsan Tavares (PK 77), Lee Jung-Ho (88) Machado (PK 55)
100 10 May 2006 Pohang 0-0 Ulsan
101 5 November 2006 Ulsan 0-1 Pohang Lee Dong-Gook (58)
102 16 June 2007 Ulsan 0-0 Pohang
103 10 October 2007 Pohang 1-0 Ulsan Jonhes (21)
104 28 October 2007 C Ulsan 1-2 Pohang Woo Sung-Yong (70) Hwang Jae-Won (34), Lee Gwang-Jae (76)
105 15 March 2008 Ulsan 3-0 Pohang Lee Jin-Ho (12), Brasília (51), Woo Sung-Yong (69)
106 19 July 2008 Pohang 3-1 Ulsan Denilson (14), Stevo (29), Jang Hyun-Kyu (54) Lee Jin-Ho (19)
107 22 November 2008 C Ulsan 0-0 (PSO 4-2) Pohang
108 4 April 2009 Pohang 1-1 Ulsan Kim Gi-Dong (57) Almir (74)
109 1 August 2009 Ulsan 2-2 Pohang Lee Jin-Ho (50), Slavčo (90+1) Kim Hyung-Il (40), Yoo Chang-Hyun (76)
110 5 May 2010 Pohang 1-1 Ulsan Lee Gi-Dong (27) Oh Beom-Seok (73)
111 29 August 2010 Ulsan 1-1 Pohang Oh Beom-Seok (88) Kim Hyung-Il (90+4)
112 23 April 2011 Pohang 2-0 Ulsan Cho Chan-Ho (78), Chuva (84)
113 16 October 2011 Ulsan 2-1 Pohang Go Seul-Ki (21), Ko Chang-Hyun (90+2) Asamoah (82)
114 26 November 2011 C Pohang 0-1 Ulsan Seol Ki-Hyeon (PK 72)
115 3 March 2012 Pohang 0-1 Ulsan Kim Shin-Wook (44)
116 27 June 2012 Ulsan 3-1 Pohang Maranhão (27), Aki (47), Choi Jae-Soo (66) No Byung-Jun (30)
117 14 October 2012 Pohang 3-1 Ulsan Kim Dae-ho (39), Derek Asamoah (67), Park Sung-ho (71) Maranhão (56)
118 3 November 2012 Ulsan 0-1 Pohang No Byung-jun (68)
119 18 May 2013 Pohang 1-2 Ulsan Go Moo-yul (27) Shin Kwang-hoon (OG, 24), Kim Yong-tae (82)
120 28 August 2013 Ulsan 2-0 Pohang Kim Young-sam (3), Han Sang-woon (68)
121 22 September 2013 Pohang 1-1 Ulsan Go Moo-yul (44) Rafael (35)
122 1 December 2013 Ulsan 0-1 Pohang Kim Won-il (90+5)
123 8 March 2014 Pohang 0-1 Ulsan Kim Shin-wook (82)
124 12 July 2014 Ulsan 0-2 Pohang Kim Jae-sung (76), Kim Seung-dae (79)

League Cup matches[edit]

# Date Round Home team Score Away team Goals (Home) Goals (Away) Attendance
1 18 May 1986 POSCO 0–1 Hyundai Ham Hyun-Gi (72)
2 8 June 1986 Hyundai 0–0
POSCO W/O
POSCO
3 6 July 1986 POSCO 1–4 Hyundai Kim Wan-Soo (89) Park Kyung-Hoon (OG 41), Huh Jung-Moo (54), Kim Jong-Kun (84), Baek Jong-Chul (89)
4 7 September 1986 Hyundai 2–0 POSCO Lee Jong-Hwa (54), Kim Heung-Kwon (74)
5 1 July 1992 Hyundai 1–0 POSCO Chung Jong-Soo (60)
6 30 September 1992 POSCO 2–1 Hyundai Baek Ki-Hong (24), Lee Jae-Il (o.g. 35) Kim Hyun-Seok (44)
7 3 November 1993 Hyundai 1–0 POSCO Song Ju-Seok (51)
8 4 June 1994 Hyundai 2–1 POSCO
9 25 March 1995 Hyundai 2–1 POSCO Kim Hyun-Seok (42), (75) Rade Bogdanovic (13)
10 10 April 1996 Ulsan 1–2 Pohang Kim Jong-Kun (14) Park Tae-Ha (32), Hwang Sun-Hong (65)
11 12 April 1997 Ulsan 1–1 Pohang Shin Hong-Gi (54) Ahn Ik-Soo (74)
12 25 June 1997 Group Stage Ulsan 0–1 Pohang Hong Do-Pyo (56)
13 13 August 1997 Group Stage Pohang 1–1 Ulsan Konovalov (87) Lee Hyun-Seok (52)
14 29 April 1998 Semi-finals Ulsan 2–1 Pohang Kim Hyun-Seok (44), Park Jung-bae (90+1) Savic (64)
15 30 May 1998 Pohang 1–2 Ulsan Park Tae-Ha (36) Kim Jong-Kun (41, 85)
16 6 August 1999 Pohang 1–1 (PSO 4–1) Ulsan Park Tae-Ha (45) Son Jeong-Tak (65)
17 18 July 2004 Pohang 3–1 Ulsan Hwang Ji-Soo (68), Hwang Jae-Won (75), Carlos (90+1) Kim Jin-Yong (35)
18 16 March 2005 Ulsan 1–1 Pohang Zé Carlos (43) Itamar (90+3)
19 26 July 2006 Pohang 0–2 Ulsan Kim Yoon-Sik (o.g. 21), Choi Sung-Kuk (74)
20 14 March 2007 Group Stage Ulsan 0–0 Pohang
21 25 April 2007 Group Stage Pohang 0–2 Ulsan Yang Dong-Hyun (58, 66)

FA Cup matches[edit]

# Date Round Home team Score Away team Goals (Home) Goals (Away) Attendance
1 5 December 1996 Semi-finals Pohang 1-0 Ulsan Cho Jin-Ho (80)
2 23 November 1998 Semi-finals Ulsan 2-1 (a.e.t.) Pohang Kim Jong-Kun (82), Seo Dong-Won (99) Kim Myung-Gon (74)
3 18 November 2001 Semi-finals Pohang 2-1 (a.e.t.) Ulsan Lee Dong-Gook (8), Yoon Bo-Young (PK 99) Lee Kil-Yong (79)

Records and statistics[edit]

All-time results[edit]

Competition Played Pohang wins Draws Ulsan wins Pohang goals Ulsan goals
K League Classic 124 50 39 35 154 141
League Cup 21 5 6 10 16 26
FA Cup 3 2 0 1 4 3
Total 148 57 45 46 174 170

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The K-League's south-east scrap". FIFA. Retrieved 29 June 2012. 
  2. ^ [골키퍼 김병지] 12억 '포항'이적 (in Korean). Hankook Ilbo. 2001-01-03. Retrieved 2013-07-06. 
  3. ^ "[PO] 포항-울산, 제 3차 '동해안 더비' 개봉박두" (in Korean). Sportalkorea. 2011-11-25. Archived from the original on 2013-07-05. Retrieved 2013-07-06.