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Full name Thermal Power Plant No.4 Erchim
Founded 1994; 21 years ago (1994)[1]
Ground National Sports Stadium
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Ground Capacity 20,000
Chairman L. Dorjsuren
Coach Croatia Zlatko Ivankovic[2]
League Mongolia Premier League
2012 Champions[3]

Erchim is a football club from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia who have been playing in the Mongolia Premier League, which they have won seven times,[4] since its inaugural year in 1996.[1] The team plays in the National Sports Stadium (Mongolia). The Mongolian Football Federation applied to enter the 2012 AFC President's Cup,[5] and was approved by the AFC in November 2011,[6] and made their debut in the competition.[7] As winners of the 2012 Super Cup, Erchim were awarded the place in the competition.[6]


Performance in AFC competitions[edit]

2012: Group stage
2013: Final stage
2014: Final stage

First team squad[edit]

For 2014-15 '[8] C Гал-Эрдэнэ Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Mongolia GK Ariunbold Batsaikhan
3 Mongolia DF Munkhbaatar Tersaikhan
5 Mongolia DF Bayasgalan Garidmagnai
6 Mongolia MF Anar Batchuluun
7 Mongolia FW Battur Davaajav
8 Mongolia DF Tserenjav Enkhjargal
9 Mongolia MF Zorigt Battulga
10 Mongolia MF Tuguldur Munkh-Erdene
11 Mongolia MF Ganbaatar Batbilguun
12 Serbia DF Mladen Lazarevic
No. Position Player
14 Mongolia FW Enkhbayar Chinbaatar
17 Mongolia DF Enkhbayar Purevsuren
18 Mongolia FW Tserenjav Nyamgombo
19 Mongolia DF Janchivdorj Ariunbold
20 Mongolia MF Ganbold Bilguun
21 Mongolia GK Gantumur Delgerdalai
22 South Korea MF Lee Chun Soo
24 Mongolia FW Tsagaantsooj Enkhtur
28 Mongolia MF Batmunkh Erkhembayar
30 Brazil DF Carlinhos


  1. ^ a b c Erchim club data at Official Mongolian Football Federation website
  3. ^ a b Mongolia 2012 at RSSSF
  4. ^ a b Mogolia - List of Champions at RSSSF
  5. ^ "Mongolia eyes Pres Cup 2012". Asian Football Confederation. 29 July 2011. Retrieved 3 August 2011. 
  6. ^ a b c "Decision by Competitions Committee & Executive Committee for AFC Club Competitions" (PDF). Asian Football Confederation. Retrieved 25 January 2012. 
  7. ^ "President's Cup place for Mongolia". Asian Football Confederation. 1 December 2011. Retrieved 1 December 2011. 
  8. ^ Erchim squad at Soccerway

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