High Performance Training Center (Thailand)

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High Performance Training Center
Established28 November 2017 (official opening)
Location, , ,
Coordinates13°46′11″N 100°21′23″E / 13.769752°N 100.356398°E / 13.769752; 100.356398Coordinates: 13°46′11″N 100°21′23″E / 13.769752°N 100.356398°E / 13.769752; 100.356398
AddressF16/10 Leabklongtaweewatana Rd , Thawi Watthana District, Bangkok, 10170

High Performance Training Center (Thai: ศูนย์พัฒนาศักยภาพกีฬาฟุตบอล), is the Football Association of Thailand national football centre based in Bangkokthonburi University, Thawi Watthana, Bangkok, Thailand. It was launched by the Football Association of Thailand on 4 April 2017 with the aim of developing Thailand's most promising young footballers.[1] The goal for Football Association of Thailand is to create an ideal football player from the youth level to gain and understanding of how to play in the truth way, have the mind, knowledge, physical basis, the ability in high standard. Football Association of Thailand significant partnerships with three partner organizations include Ekkono Method Soccer Services, Bangkokthonburi University and Police General Hospital to take charge of the technique and create the concept of playing football in the style of Thailand's Way to the youth footballer along with sending coaches to oversee the four youth teams (U14, U16, U19 and U21).[2] The center was officially opened by Gianni Infantino, president of FIFA and Salman Bin Ibrahim Al-Khalifa, president of AFC on 28 November 2017.[3][4][5]


The building in High Performance Training Center that located in Bangkokthonburi University has Technical office, Dormitories, Study room, 3 Training grounds, Medical Center, Fitness Center and Swimming pool.[6]

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  1. ^ "สมาคมฯ ลงบันทึกข้อตกลง 3 องค์กรพันธมิตร ร่วมสร้างนักฟุตบอลแบบฉบับ Thailand's Way". Football Association of Thailand. Retrieved 4 April 2017.
  2. ^ ""ส.บอล" เซ็นสัญญา "เอคโคโน" ทำบอลเยาวชนสู่ "บอลโลก 2026"". manager.co.th. Retrieved 4 April 2017.
  3. ^ "ฟีฟ่า,เอเอฟซีร่วมเปิดศูนย์ฟุตบอลแห่งใหม่". siamsport.co.th. Retrieved 1 November 2017.
  4. ^ "ยกระดับบอลไทย!ปธ.ฟีฟ่า-เอเอฟซี ร่วมเปิดศูนย์ฝีกสมาคมฯ". Retrieved 28 November 2017.
  5. ^ https://www.khaosod.co.th/thai-soccer/news_623846
  6. ^ http://sport.trueid.net/detail/109571