FC Anyang

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FC Anyang
FC 안양
FC Anyang.png
Full nameFootball Club Anyang
안양시민프로축구단
Founded2013; 7 years ago (2013)[1]
GroundAnyang Stadium
Capacity18,216
OwnerAnyang Government
PresidentChoi Dae-Ho (Mayor of Anyang)
ManagerKim Hyung-yul
LeagueK League 2
2019K League 2, 3rd
WebsiteClub website

Football Club Anyang (Hangul: 안양시민프로축구단) is a South Korean professional football club based in the city of Anyang. Founded in 2013.[2] Their home stadium is at Anyang Stadium. They currently compete in the K League 2, the second highest tier of Korean football league. The team's motto is Esperanto: Civitano, Paradizo, Feliĉo meaning "Citizen, Paradise, Happiness (or Felicity)" and it is printed on the emblem.

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 26 February 2020

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK South Korea KOR Yang Dong-won
2 DF South Korea KOR Choi Woo-jae
3 DF South Korea KOR Choi Ho-jung
5 DF South Korea KOR Yoo Jong-hyun
6 MF Brazil BRA Nilson Júnior
7 FW South Korea KOR Kwon Ki-pyo
8 MF South Korea KOR Maeng Seong-ung
9 FW Brazil BRA Maurides
10 MF Uzbekistan UZB Khursid Giyosov
11 FW Ghana GHA Boadu Maxwell Acosty
13 GK South Korea KOR Jung Min-ki
14 DF South Korea KOR Yoo Yeon-seung
15 DF South Korea KOR Kim Hyung-jin
16 MF South Korea KOR Joo Hyun-jae
17 DF South Korea KOR Lim Joon-seok
18 MF South Korea KOR Kwon Seung-cheol
No. Pos. Nation Player
19 DF South Korea KOR Lee Seon-geol
20 DF South Korea KOR Lee Sang-yong
21 FW South Korea KOR Yoo Jong-woo
22 DF South Korea KOR Kwon Jin-young
23 GK South Korea KOR Kim Tae-hoon
25 DF South Korea KOR Choi Seung-hun
27 MF South Korea KOR Koo Bon-hyeok
29 MF South Korea KOR Kim Jeong-min
32 MF South Korea KOR Song Jin-wook
34 FW South Korea KOR Park Chae-hwa
37 DF South Korea KOR Jung Jin-gu
44 FW South Korea KOR Ha Nam
88 MF South Korea KOR Lee Jung-bin
94 FW South Korea KOR Kim Kyeong-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. Pos. Nation Player
DF South Korea KOR Kim Nam-tak (to Cheongju City)
MF South Korea KOR Choi Seung-ho (to Cheonan City)
No. Pos. Nation Player
FW South Korea KOR Han Eui-hyeok (to Gyeongju Citizen)

Coaching staff[edit]

Position Name
Manager South Korea Kim Hyung-yul
Assistant manager South Korea Kim Dong-min
Coach South Korea Kwon Woo-kyeong
Goalkeeping coach South Korea Choi Ik-hyung
Fitness coach South Korea Seo Jun-seok

Season-by-season records[edit]

Year League KFA Cup Top scorer
Division P W D L GF GA Pts Pos Playoffs Player Goals
2013 Challenge 35 12 9 14 50 51 45 5/8 Round of 32 Ko Kyung-min
Park Byung-won
Park Sung-jin
Choi Jin-soo
6
2014 Challenge 36 15 6 15 49 52 51 5/10 Round of 32 Kim Jae-woong 7
2015 Challenge 40 13 15 12 53 52 54 6/11 Round of 32 An Sung-bin
Kim Hyo-gi
8
2016 Challenge 40 11 13 16 40 53 46 9/11 Round of 32 Kim Min-kyun 11
2017 Challenge 36 10 9 17 40 58 39 7/10 Round of 32 Jeong Jae-hee 8
2018 K League 2 36 12 8 16 44 50 44 6/10 Round of 32 Alex 15
2019 K League 2 36 15 10 11 63 50 55 3/10 Round of 16 Cho Gue-sung 14
2020 K League 2

References[edit]

  1. ^ Official Club Profile at K League Website Archived 2014-04-29 at the Wayback Machine (in Korean)
  2. ^ "안양시 시민프로축구단 구단명 'FC안양' 확정" (in Korean). Aju News. 27 December 2012.

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