FC Seoul in Asian football

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FC Seoul is a South Korean professional football club based in Seoul, South Korea, who currently play in the K League Classic. FC Seoul's first participation in Asian competition was during the 1986 season, when they competed in the Asian Club Championship, their first match was against Hap Kuan of Macao, but FC Seoul withdrew. FC Seoul's next participation in Asian competition was 1999–2000 Asian Cup Winners' Cup and actual first match was Shimizu S-Pulse of Japan.

FC Seoul haven't won the Asia Champions League not yet, only have runners-up one time. Their most recent participation in the competition was in 2011.

Matches[edit]

AFC Competitions[edit]

1980s[edit]

# Season Competition Date Round Opponent H / A Result Scorer (s)
1 1986 Asian
Club Championship
First round Macau Hap Kuan W/O

2000s[edit]

# Season Competition Date Round Opponent H / A Result Scorer (s)
2 1999–2000 Asian
Cup Winners' Cup
Second round Singapore Sembawang Rangers W/O
3 2000-02-26 Quarter-finals
1st leg
Japan Shimizu S-Pulse A 1–3 S: Choi Yong-Soo
SH: Sotaro Yasunaga, Masaaki Sawanobori, Toshihide Saito
4 2000-03-01 Quarter-finals
2nd leg
Japan Shimizu S-Pulse H 1–2 S: Kim Gwi-Hwa
SH: Ryuzo Morioka, Masaaki Sawanobori
5 2001–02 Asian
Club Championship
2001-11-21 Second Round Bangladesh Muktijoddha Sangsad H 8–0 S: Ricardo (5), Park Jung-Hwan, Dragan, Choi Tae-Uk
6 2001-11-28 Second Round Bangladesh Muktijoddha Sangsad A 3–0 S: Kim Byung-Chae, Park Jung-Hwan, (O.G)
7 2002-02-17 Quarter-finals South Korea Suwon Samsung Bluewings N 0–0
8 2002-02-19 Quarter-finals China Dalian Shide N 1–1 S: Wang Jung-Hyun
D: Yan Song
9 2002-02-21 Quarter-finals Japan Kashima Antlers N 1–1 S: Andre
K: Masashi Motoyama
10 2002-04-03 Semi-finals Iran Esteghlal N 2–1 S: Marco, Andre
E: Yadollah Akbari
11 2002-04-05 Final South Korea Suwon Samsung Bluewings N 0–0
(2–4 PSO)
12 2009 AFC
Champions League
2009-03-10 Group stage Indonesia Sriwijaya A 4–2 S: Kim Chi-Woo (2), Jung Jo-Gook, Kim Seung-Yong
SR: Ngon A Djam (2)
13 2009-03-17 Group stage Japan Gamba Osaka H 2–4 S: Jung Jo-Gook, Lee Sang-Hyup
G: Leandro (3), Masato Yamazaki
14 2009-04-08 Group stage China Shandong Luneng A 0-2 SL: Lü Zheng, Han Peng
15 2009-04-21 Group stage China Shandong Luneng H 1–1 S: Park Yong-Ho
SL: Alejandro Cichero
16 2009-05-05 Group stage Indonesia Sriwijaya H 5–1 S: Dejan Damjanović (3), Sim Woo-Yeon (2)
SR: Keith Gumbs
17 2009-05-20 Group stage Japan Gamba Osaka A 2–1 S: Dejan Damjanović, Kim Han-Yoon
G: Takashi Usami
18 2009-06-24 Round of 16 Japan Kashima Antlers A 2–2
(5–4 PSO)
S: Lee Seung-Yeoul, Ki Sung-Yong
K: Shinzo Koroki, Takeshi Aoki
19 2009-09-23 Quarter-finals
1st leg
Qatar Umm-Salal A 2–3 S: Jung Jo-Gook (2)
U: Magno Alves (2), Fábio César Montezine
20 2009-09-30 Quarter-finals
2nd leg
Qatar Umm-Salal H 1–1 S: Dejan Damjanović
U: Aziz Ben Askar

2010s[edit]

# Season Competition Date Round Opponent H / A Result Scorer (s)
21 2011 AFC
Champions League
2011-03-02 Group stage United Arab Emirates Al-Ain A 1–0 S: Dejan Damjanović
22 2011-03-15 Group stage China Hangzhou Greentown H 3–0 S: Dejan Damjanović, Ou Kyoung-Jun, Mauricio Molina
23 2011-04-06 Group stage Japan Nagoya Grampus A 1–1 S: Choi Hyun-Tae
N: Kensuke Nagai
24 2011-04-19 Group stage Japan Nagoya Grampus H 0–2 N: Mu Kanazaki, Kensuke Nagai
25 2011-05-04 Group stage United Arab Emirates Al-Ain H 3–0 S: Dejan Damjanović (2), Ko Yo-Han
26 2011-05-11 Group stage China Hangzhou Greentown A 1–1 S: Bang Seung-Hwan
H: Zeng Yue
27 2011-05-25 Round of 16 Japan Kashima Antlers H 3–0 S: Bang Seung-Hwan, Dejan Damjanović, Koh Myong-Jin
28 2011-09-14 Quarter-finals
1st leg
Saudi Arabia Al-Ittihad A 1–3 S : Choi Tae-Uk
I: Noor, Al-Muwallad, Wendel Geraldo
29 2011-09-27 Quarter-finals
2nd leg
Saudi Arabia Al-Ittihad H 1–0 S: Mauricio Molina
30 2013 AFC
Champions League
2013-02-26 Group stage China Jiangsu Sainty H 5–1 S: Dejan Damjanović (2), Yun Il-Lok (2), Mauricio Molina
J : Hamdi Salihi
31 2013-03-12 Group stage Thailand Buriram United A 0–0
32 2013-04-02 Group stage Japan Vegalta Sendai H 2–1 S: Sergio Escudero, Kim Jin-Kyu
V: Wilson Rodrigues Fonseca
33 2013-04-10 Group stage Japan Vegalta Sendai A 0–1 V: Atsushi Yanagisawa
34 2013-04-24 Group stage China Jiangsu Sainty A 2–0 S: Koh Myong-Jin, Yun Il-Lok
35 2013-05-01 Group stage Thailand Buriram United H 2–2 S: Jung Seung-Yong, Kim Hyun-Sung
B: Ekkachai Sumrei, Theeraton Bunmathan
36 2013-05-14 Round of 16
1st leg
China Beijing Guoan A 0–0
37 2013-05-21 Round of 16
2nd leg
China Beijing Guoan H 3–1 S: Adilson dos Santos, Yun Il-Lok, Koh Myong-Jin
B: Frédéric Kanouté
38 2013-08-21 Quarter-finals
1st leg
Saudi Arabia Al-Ahli A 1–1 S: Dejan Damjanović
A: Sultan Al-Sawadi
39 2013-09-18 Quarter-finals
2nd leg
Saudi Arabia Al-Ahli H 1–0 S: Dejan Damjanović
40 2013-09-25 Semi-finals
1st leg
Iran Esteghlal H 2–0 S: Dejan Damjanović, Ko Yo-Han
41 2013-10-02 Semi-finals
2nd leg
Iran Esteghlal A 2–2 S: Ha Dae-Sung, Kim Jin-Kyu
E: Jlloyd Samuel, Mohammad Ghazi
42 2013-10-26 Final
1st leg
China Guangzhou Evergrande H 2–2 S: Sergio Escudero, Dejan Damjanović
G: Elkeson, Gao Lin
43 2013-11-09 Final
2nd leg
China Guangzhou Evergrande A 1–1 S: Dejan Damjanović
G: Elkeson
44 2014 AFC
Champions League
2014-02-25 Group stage Australia Central Coast Mariners H 2–0 S: Osmar Barba, Yun Il-Lok
45 2014-03-11 Group stage China Beijing Guoan A 1–1 S: Go Yo-han
B: Utaka
46 2014-03-19 Group stage Japan Sanfrecce Hiroshima A 2–1 S: Rafael Costa
H: Takahagi, Shiotani
47 2014-04-01 Group stage Japan Sanfrecce Hiroshima H 2–0 S: Yun Il-lok, Rafael Costa
H: Notsuda, Hwang Seok-ho
48 2014-04-16 Group stage Australia Central Coast Mariners A 1–0 C Hutchinson (O.G)
49 2014-04-23 Group stage China Beijing Guoan H 2–1 S: Kang Seung-jo, Yun Ju-tae
B: Yu Yang
50 2014-05-07 Round of 16
1st leg
Japan Kawasaki Frontale A 3–2 S: Sergio Escudero, Kim Chi-woo, Yun Il-lok
K: Kobayashi, Renato
51 2014-05-14 Round of 16
2nd leg
Japan Kawasaki Frontale H 1–2 S: Sergio Escudero
K: Kobayashi, Morishima
52 2014-08-20 Quarter-finals
1st leg
South Korea Pohang Steelers A 0–0
53 2014-08-27 Quarter-finals
2nd leg
South Korea Pohang Steelers H 0–0
(3–0 PSO)
54 2014-09-17 Semi-finals
1st leg
Australia Western Sydney Wanderers H 0–0
55 2014-10-01 Semi-finals
2nd leg
Australia Western Sydney Wanderers A 0–2 W: Poljak, Cole
56 2015 AFC
Champions League
2015-02-17 Qualifying
Play-off
Vietnam Hanoi T&T H 7–0 S: Yun Il-lok, Éverton Santos, Jung Jo-gook (2)
Sergio Escudero, Lee Seok-hyun, Koh Myong-jin
57 2014-02-25 Group stage China Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao A 0–1 G: Ricardo Goulart
58 2014-03-04 Group stage Japan Kashima Antlers H 1–0 S: Kim Jin-kyu
59 2015-03-18 Group stage Australia Western Sydney Wanderers H 0–0
60 2015-04-07 Group stage Australia Western Sydney Wanderers A 1–1 S: Go Yo-han
W: Kerem Bulut
61 2015-04-21 Group stage China Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao H 0–0
62 2015-05-05 Group stage Japan Kashima Antlers A 3–2 S: Lee Woong-hee, Osmar Barba, Mauricio Molina
K: Shuhei Akasaki, Gaku Shibasaki
63 2015-05-20 Round of 16
1st leg
Japan Gamba Osaka H 1–3 S: Yun Ju-tae
O: Takashi Usami (2), Koki Yonekura
64 2015-05-27 Round of 16
2nd leg
Japan Gamba Osaka A 2–3 S: Yun Ju-tae (2)
O: Patric, Shu Kurata, Lins
65 2016 AFC
Champions League
2016-02-23 Group stage Thailand Buriram United A
66 2016-03-01 Group stage Japan Sanfrecce Hiroshima H
67 2016-03-16 Group stage China Shandong Luneng H
68 2016-04-05 Group stage China Shandong Luneng A
69 2016-04-20 Group stage Thailand Buriram United H
70 2016-05-04 Group stage Japan Sanfrecce Hiroshima A

Friendly Competitions[edit]

1980s[edit]

# Season Competition Date Round Opponent H / A Result Scorer (s)
1 1987 Winfulai Cup 1987-01-19 Group stage Hong Kong Happy Valley N 2–0 S: Park Hang-Seo, Lee Young-jin
2 1987-01-22 Group stage Hong Kong Sea Bee N 2–1 S: Unknown, Unknown
SB: Unknown
3 1987-01-25 Final Hong Kong South China N 0–1 SC: Chan Fat Chi
4 1988 Lunar New Year Cup 1988-02-17 Semi-finals Denmark AGF Aarhus N 0–2 A: Unknown
5 1988-02-21 Third place
play-off
China Dalian Shide N 3–0 S: Gu Sang-Bum (2), Kang Deuk-Soo
6 1989 King's Cup 1989-01-28 Group stage Indonesia Indonesia N 2–0 S: Gu Sang-Bum (2)
7 1989-01-30 Group stage Switzerland FC Grenchen N 2–0 S: Choi Jin-Han, Gu Sang-Bum
8 1989-02-01 Group stage Malaysia Malaysia N 3–0 S: Yoon Sang-Chul, Gu Sang-Bum (2)
9 1989-02-05 Group stage Thailand Thailand N 2–0 S: Choi Soon-Ho, Yoon Sang-Chul
10 1989-02-08 Semi-finals Russia Rotor Volgograd N 0–1 R: Valeri Chupin
11 1989-02-10 Third place
play-off
China China PR B N 2–1 S: Yoon Sang-Chul, Gu Sang-Bum
C: Xu Hui

1990s[edit]

# Season Competition Date Round Opponent H / A Result Scorer (s)
12 1991 King's Cup 1991-01-21 Group stage Malaysia Malaysia U-20 N 4–1 S: Choi Tae-Jin, Yoon Sang-Chul, Lee Young-Ik (2)
M: Unknown
13 1991-01-23 Group stage China China PR Olympic N 1–1 S: Lee Jang-Wook
C: Unknown
14 1991-01-25 Group stage Thailand Thailand N 0–1 T: Unknown

2000s[edit]

# Season Competition Date Round Opponent H / A Result Scorer (s)
15 2002 Hong Kong
Super Inter Club Cup
2002-12-20 Semi-finals Hong Kong Happy Valley N 2–3 S: Choi Won-kwon, Choi Tae-uk
H: Unknown
16 2002-12-22 Third place play-off China Dalian Shide N 1–2 Unknown

Statistics[edit]

Club[edit]

As of end of 2013 season

By competition[edit]

Competition Pld W D L GF GA GD Win%
AFC Champions League 40 17 16 7 71 39 +32 42.50
Asian Cup Winners' Cup 3 1 0 2 2 5 −3 33.33
Winfulai Cup 3 2 0 1 4 2 +2 66.67
Lunar New Year Cup 2 1 0 1 3 2 +1 50.00
King's Cup 9 6 1 2 16 5 +11 66.67
Total 57 27 17 13 96 53
+43
47.37

AFC competition[edit]

Competition Pld W D L GF GA GD Win%
AFC Champions League 40 17 16 7 71 39 +32 42.50
Asian Cup Winners' Cup 3 1 0 2 2 5 −3 33.33
Total 43 18 6 9 73 44
+29
41.86

By season[edit]

Season Competition Pld W D L GF GA GD Win% Round
1986 Asian Club Championship 1 0 0 1 0 0 +0 00.00 Group Stage
1987 Winfulai Cup 3 2 0 1 4 2 +2 66.67 Runners-up
1988 Lunar New Year Cup 2 1 0 1 3 2 +1 50.00 3rd
1989 King's Cup 6 5 0 1 11 2 +9 83.33 3rd
1991 King's Cup 3 1 1 1 5 3 +2 33.33 Group Stage
1999–2000 Asian Cup Winners' Cup 3 1 0 2 2 5 −3 33.33 Quarter-finals
2001–2002 Asian Club Championship 7 3 4 0 15 3 +12 42.86 Runners-up
2009 AFC Champions League 9 3 3 3 19 17 +2 33.33 Quarter-finals
2011 AFC Champions League 9 5 2 2 14 7 +7 55.56 Quarter-finals
2013 AFC Champions League 14 6 7 1 23 12 +11 42.86 Runners-up
Total 57 27 17 13 96 53
+43
47.37

By nation[edit]

Nation Pld W D L GF GA GD Win%
 Bangladesh 2 2 0 0 11 0 +11 100.000
 China PR 14 6 7 1 25 12 +13 42.86
 Denmark 1 0 0 1 0 2 −2 00.00
 Hong Kong 3 2 0 1 4 2 +2 66.67
 Indonesia 3 3 0 0 11 3 +8 100.000
 Iran 3 2 1 0 6 3 +3 66.67
 Japan 11 3 3 5 15 18 −3 27.27
 Korea Republic 2 0 2 0 0 0 +0 00.00
 Macau 1 0 0 1 0 0 +0 00.00
 Malaysia 2 2 0 0 7 1 +6 100.000
 Qatar 2 0 1 1 3 4 −1 00.00
 Russia 1 0 0 1 0 1 −1 00.00
 Saudi Arabia 4 2 1 1 4 4 +0 50.00
 Singapore 1 1 0 0 0 0 +0 100.000
  Swiss 1 1 0 0 2 0 +2 100.000
 Thailand 4 1 2 1 4 3 +1 25.00
 UAE 2 2 0 0 4 0 +4 100.000
Total 57 27 17 13 96 53
+43
47.37

Players[edit]

As of end of 2014 season

Appearance Leaders Top 5[edit]

Ranking Name Apps Seasons Notes
1 South Korea Go Yo-han 33 2004–present
2 South Korea Koh Myong-jin 31 2003–present
2 Montenegro Dejan Damjanović 31 2008–2013
4 Brazil Adilson dos Santos 29 2006–2013
5 South Korea Kim Yong-dae 27 2010–present

Goal Leaders Top 5[edit]

Ranking Name Goals Matches Goals per Match Seasons Notes
1 Montenegro Dejan Damjanović 17 31 0.55 2008–2013
2 South Korea Yun Il-lok 7 20 0.35 2013–present
3 Brazil Ricardo Campos da Costa 5 4+?  ? 2000-2004
4 South Korea Jung Jo-gook 4 7 0.57 2003–present
5 Japan Sergio Escudero 4 23 0.17 2012–present

Clean Sheets Leaders Top 5[edit]

Ranking Name Clean Sheets Matches Clean Sheets per Match Seasons Notes
1 South Korea Kim Yong-dae 11 27 0.41 2010–present
2 South Korea Yu Sang-hun 3 5 0.60 2011–present
3 South Korea Shin Eui-son 2 5+?  ? 2000–2004
4 South Korea Han Il-koo 1 2 0.50 2010–present

Awards[edit]

Club[edit]

Most Organized Club[edit]

# Year Award Descriptions Notes
1 2009 In all clubs of 2009 AFC Champions League,
FC Seoul was most organized home matches.

AFC Champions League Fair Play Award[edit]

# Year Award Descriptions Notes
1 2013 Took lowest number of red cards, yellow cards, disciplinary of all clubs

Individual[edit]

AFC Coach of the Year[edit]

# Year Coach Notes
1 2013 South Korea Choi Yong-Soo

AFC Champions League Dream Team[edit]

Year Substitute Goalkeeper Defenders Midfielders Forwards Sum Notes
2013 South Korea Kim Jin-kyu (DF)
South Korea Ha Dae-Sung (MF)
South Korea Kim Yong-dae Montenegro Dejan Damjanović
4
2014 South Korea Cha Du-ri (DF)
South Korea Kim Ju-young (DF)
South Korea Yun Il-lok (MF)
3
Total
7

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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