Goyang Hi FC

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Goyang Hi FC
고양 Hi FC
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Full name Goyang Hallelujah-Immanuel Football Club
고양 할렐루야-임마누엘 축구단
Short name GHI
Founded 1999; 16 years ago (1999)[1]
Ground Goyang Stadium
Ground Capacity 41,311
Chairman Park Jong-sun
Manager Lee Young-moo
League K League Challenge
2014 Season 8th
Website Club home page
Current season

Goyang Hi FC is a South Korean professional football team based in Goyang. They currently compete in the K League Challenge. They play their home games at Goyang Stadium.

The club traces its origins to Immanuel FC, a Christian football club founded in 1983. The team previously played in Iksan and Gimpo before moving to Ansan.

History[edit]

Immanuel FC, the predecessor of Goyang Hi FC, was founded in 1983.[2] In 1985, Immanuel FC and Hallelujah FC decided to join together to create a unified Christian football club. As a result, Immanuel FC became Hallelujah's reserve team. After the 1985 season, Hallelujah FC left the professional ranks in order to concentrate their financial efforts on missionary work.[2]

The two clubs separated after one year. Immanuel FC participated in many tournaments as and amateur football club. They even competed with Hallelujah FC in 1991.

In 1992, Immanuel FC suffered from a lack of funds. Therefore, E-Land took over the team and changed name to E-Land Puma FC.[3] From 1992 to 1998, they won the three championships in some tournaments.

At the start of 1998, the Asian economic crisis affected the club's parent group E-Land, necessitating the release of the club, which became amateur again as Immanuel FC. The club brought in some footballers for Hallelujah FC and changed their name to Hallelujah FC.[2]in 1999. This Hallelujah FC founded in 1999 is the official starting point of Goyang Hi FC history by K League. In 2003 the team moved to Iksan and joined the Korea National League, finishing a creditable third after the First Stage, but were prevented from competing in the Second Stage after protests by radical Won Buddhists led to the club being barred from playing in Iksan.[citation needed] The club moved to Gimpo, where they enjoyed their most successful season in the National League in 2006, completing the Second Stage at the summit of the league, before being defeated in the Championship Play-off. The club moved again, this time to Ansan, in 2007, enjoying another successful campaign in 2008, a season which saw them reach the final of the National League Championship, where they were defeated on penalties, before evolving into Ansan 'H' FC for the 2012 National League season. In September 2012, it was confirmed that the team would be moving to Goyang City for the 2013 season, and will change its name to Goyang Hi FC.

Club Naming history[edit]

the predecessor

  • 1983~1984 : Immanuel FC
  • 1985 : Hallelujah FC (reserve team)
  • 1986~1992 : Immanuel FC
  • 1992~1998 : E-Land Puma FC
  • 1998 : Immanuel FC

Refounded

  • 1999~2002 : Hallelujah FC
  • 2003 : Iksan Hallelujah FC
  • 2004~2006 : Gimpo Hallelujah FC
  • 2007~2011 : Ansan Hallelujah FC
  • 2012 : Ansan H FC
  • 2013~present : Goyang Hi FC

Current team squad[edit]

2014 season squad[edit]

As of 15 July 2015

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

No. Position Player
1 South Korea GK Kang Jin-woong
3 South Korea DF Kim Sung-sik
4 South Korea DF Kim Sung-hoon
5 South Korea DF Oh Joo-ho
6 South Korea DF Ahn Dong-eun
7 South Korea MF Lee Do-sung
8 South Korea MF Kim Jun-tae
9 South Korea FW Seo Hyung-seung
10 South Korea FW Kim Ji-woong
11 South Korea FW Park Jung-hoon
12 South Korea DF Lee Sang-don
13 South Korea FW Park Sung-ho
14 South Korea DF Ha In-ho
15 South Korea MF Park Tae-hyung
16 South Korea MF Jin Chang-soo
No. Position Player
17 South Korea FW Lee Gwang-jae
18 South Korea FW Bae Hae-min
19 South Korea FW Yoon Seok-hee
20 South Korea DF Oh Ki-jae
21 South Korea GK Lee Seung-gyu
22 South Korea DF Hwang Gyu-beom
23 South Korea GK Yeo Myung-yong
24 South Korea FW Kim You-sung
25 South Korea DF Song Han-ki
26 South Korea DF Ahn Hyun-sik
28 Togo DF Vincent Bossou
30 South Korea DF Yeo Hyo-jin
31 South Korea MF Hong Soon-hak

Retired numbers[edit]

12 - Club Supporters (the 12th Man)

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. Position Player
South Korea MF Kim Tae-jun (to Gimpo Citizen)
South Korea DF Ahn Dong-eun (to Ansan Police for military service)

Managers[edit]

# Name From To Season Notes
1
South Korea Lee Young-moo 1999/04/03 2005/12/31 1999-2005 First manager
C
South Korea Na Byung-soo 2006/01/01 2006/12/31 2006
2
2007/01/01 2007/12/31 2007
C
South Korea In Chang-soo 2008/01/01 2008/12/31 2008
3
South Korea Lee Young-moo 2009/01/01 2014/07/24 2009–2014
C
South Korea Lee Sung-kil 2014/07/27 2015/02/16 2014
4
South Korea Lee Young-moo 2015/02/16 2015-present

Honours[edit]

Domestic competitions[edit]

International competitions[edit]

Statistics[edit]

Season Korea National League Korean FA Cup League Cup Top scorer
(League goals)
Manager
Stage Teams P W D L GF GA GD Pts Position
2003 First Stage 10 9 4 3 2 20 15 +5 15 3rd Qualifying Round 2 None South Korea Lee Sung-kil (7) South Korea Lee Young-moo
Second Stage 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Excluded
2004 First Stage 10 9 2 3 4 11 15 –4 9 8th Quarterfinal Group Round South Korea Lee Sung-kil (6)
Second Stage 10 9 0 5 4 7 13 –6 5 10th
2005 First Stage 11 10 5 2 3 11 12 –1 17 5th Round 1 Group Round South Korea Lee Sung-kil (11)
Second Stage 11 10 4 3 3 19 15 +4 15 4th
2006 First Stage 11 10 3 3 4 11 12 –1 12 7th Round 1 Group Round South Korea Lee Sung-kil (8)
South Korea Sung Ho-sang (8)
South Korea Na Byung-Soo
Second Stage 11 10 7 2 1 16 8 +8 23 1st
Playoff 2 2 0 1 1 0 2 –2 1 Runner-up
2007 First Stage 12 11 3 3 5 9 15 –6 12 9th Round 1 Group Round South Korea Lee Sung-kil (5)
Second Stage 12 11 3 4 4 16 17 –1 13 7th
2008 First Stage 14 13 4 2 7 18 21 –3 14 10th Round of 16 Runner-up South Korea Park Han-woong (6) South Korea In Chang-soo
Second Stage 14 13 7 4 2 22 15 +7 25 3rd
2009 First Stage 14 13 6 4 3 19 14 +5 22 6th Round of 32 Quarterfinal South Korea Jeon Jae-hee (7)
South Korea Kang Tae-sung (7)
South Korea Lee Young-moo
Second Stage 13 12 4 3 5 11 10 +1 15 8th
2010 First Stage 15 14 3 1 10 14 26 –12 10 13th Round of 32 Quarterfinal South Korea Lee Joo-sang (10)
Second Stage 15 14 6 0 8 21 22 –1 18 10th
2011 14 26 5 8 13 25 42 –17 23 12th Round of 32 None South Korea Kim Dong-hyo (5)
2012 14 26 8 8 10 25 34 –9 32 10th Qualifying Round 2 Group Round

Crest[edit]

Sponsors[edit]

Affiliated Clubs[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Official Club Profile at K League Website (Korean)
  2. ^ a b c 할렐루야의 고양시 입성이 불편한 이유. Kim Hyun-Hoi (in Korean). Nate. 24 August 2012. Retrieved 23 October 2012. 
  3. ^ 이랜드그룹 실업축구단 창설 (in Korean). The Hankyoreh. 1992-12-17. 

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