Shan United F.C.

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Shan United FC
ရှမ်းယူနိုက်တက် အသင်း
Full name Shan United Football Club
Nickname(s) The Shan Warriors
Founded 2005; 12 years ago (2005)[1]
Ground Taunggyi Stadium
Ground Capacity 7,000[2]
Owner Myanmar U Moe San Aung
Chairman Myanmar U Moe San Aung
Manager Myanmar Soe Myat Min
League Myanmar National League
2016 5th
Website Club website
Current season

Shan United Football Club (Burmese: ရှမ်းယူနိုက်တက် အသင်း, pronounced [kàɴbɔ́za̰]) is a Burmese football club, based in Taunggyi, Myanmar. Based out of Yangon until 2009, the club was the Myanmar Premier League champions in 2007, and participated in the AFC President's Cup 2008 tournament. Kanbawza FC was a founding member of the Myanmar National League in 2009, and represents the Shan State. It finished fourth in the league's inaugural cup competition, the Myanmar National League Cup 2009.

History[edit]

Kanbawza Football Club was founded in 2005 and played as an amateur club in Myanmar League which was the highest football league in Myanmar. The first ever manager was Myo Win Nyunt and coach was Ye Nyunt. Since 2009, Kanbawza Football Club changed as a professional football club to play in Myanmar National League (Professional League) which was changed from Myanmar League.

Kanbawza Football Club is a professional football club of Shan State and other seven Football Clubs represent for other seven Divisions/States.

The first professional manager is Aye Maung Gyi, who also guided as a head coach. The former Myanmar international football team's captain, Soe Myat Min became Kanbawza's first captain who was the most expensive player in Myanmar National League. The club also signed other Myanmar international football team players.

Kanbawza won by 3 goals over Okktha United FC as their first-ever professional football match. Their first ever professional goal was produced by Sa Htet Naing Win who scored his first professional goal against Okktha United FC. Defender Khin Maung Lwin also won Man of the Match award in opening match after scoring two winning goals for Kanbawza.

On 2010 February, former finance and revenue team manager Khin Maung Kyaing took control the club as chief executive officer.

In 2012, KBZ F.C finished as the runners-up at Myanmar National League.

In 2015, KBZ FC name changed to Shan United FC.

Current squad[edit]

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

No. Position Player
1 Myanmar GK Thiha Sithu (captain)
2 Myanmar DF Nay Win Aung
3 Myanmar DF Htike Htike Aung
4 Myanmar DF Win Min Htut
5 Myanmar DF Hein Thiha Zaw
6 Myanmar MF Tin Win Aung
8 Myanmar MF Nay Lin Tun
9 Myanmar FW Zin Min Tun
10 Myanmar FW Soe Min Oo
11 Myanmar MF Yan Naing Oo
12 Myanmar DF Hlaing Myo Aung
13 Myanmar DF Zaw Lin
14 Myanmar MF Nan Min Aung
No. Position Player
17 Myanmar MF Aung Shoe Thar Maung
18 Myanmar GK Myo Min Latt
19 Myanmar FW Shwe Ko
20 Myanmar MF Chit Su Moe
21 Myanmar DF Phyo Paing Soe
22 Myanmar MF Nay Zaw Htet
23 Myanmar MF Zaw Lin Oo
24 Myanmar DF Nay Ye Lin
25 Myanmar GK Htet Lin Oo
26 Myanmar FW Sai Zwe Sat
28 England DF Patrick Kanyuka
30 Nigeria FW Christopher Chizoba
77 Myanmar FW Dway Ko Ko Chit

Continental record[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
2008 AFC President's Cup Group C Sri Lanka Ratnam SC 0–1 2nd
Turkmenistan FC Aşgabat 2–3
Bhutan Transport United 11-0
2009 AFC President's Cup Group C Cambodia Phnom Penh Crown 4–3 2nd
Bhutan Yeedzin FC 2–4
Kyrgyzstan Dordoi-Dynamo Naryn 2-1
2018 AFC Champions League Preliminary Round 1 Philippines Philippines 1

Invitational tournament record[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
2012 Singapore Cup Preliminary Round Singapore Woodlands Wellington 2–1
Quarter Final Philippines Loyola Meralco Sparks 2–2 3–1 3–5

Achievements[edit]

Domestic[edit]

Season League MFF Cup Top goalscorer Manager
Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Name Goals
2009 1st 4th 7 4 0 3 9 5 12
09–10 1st 3rd 14 7 3 4 25 18 24
2010 1st 4th 20 11 5 4 28 11 38
2011 1st 4th 22 9 6 7 27 21 33
2012 1st 2nd 22 18 5 3 64 25 59 Runners-up Brazil Nunez 16
2013 1st 3rd 22 11 8 3 47 23 41 - Myanmar Soe Min Oo 15
2014 1st 3rd 22 12 4 6 37 27 40 Third round Croatia Tihomir Živković 10
2015 1st 5th 22 10 5 7 38 33 35 Second round Republic of Ireland Caleb Folan 12 Myanmar Soe Myat Min
2016 1st 5th 22 9 9 4 32 13 36 Quarter-final Myanmar Soe Min Oo 9 Myanmar Soe Myat Min
2017 1st 1 22 17 3 2 37 8 54 Winners Nigeria Christopher Chizoba 15 Myanmar Soe Myat Min

2010 Season Results[edit]

  1. KBZ 0-0 Yangon United
  2. KBZ 1-0 Delta United
  3. KBZ 2-0 Naypyidaw
  4. KBZ 2-0 Manaw Myay
  5. KBZ 2-0 Okktha United
  6. KBZ 2-3 Southern Myanmar United
  7. KBZ 0-0 Yadanabon
  8. KBZ 3-0 Zwegabin United

2011 Season Results[edit]

  1. Manaw Myay 1-1 KBZ FC
  2. Zwegabin United 0-4 KBZ FC
  3. KBZ FC 1-0 Yadanabon
  4. Zeya Shwe Myay 4-1 KBZ FC
  5. KBZ FC 3-0 Yangon United
  6. Rakhapura United 0-1 KBZ FC
  7. KBZ FC - Magway

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2014 Season Result[edit]

(1st Round)

  1. KBZ 2-1 Nay Pyi Taw
  2. KBZ 1-1 Yangon United
  3. Ayeyawady United 3-1 KBZ
  4. KBZ 1-1 Yadanarbon
  5. Magway 3-1 KBZ
  6. Manaw Myay 0-1 KBZ
  7. KBZ 1-1 Zwekapin United
  8. Zeya Shwe Myay 0-1 KBZ
  9. GFA 1-2 KBZ
  10. Southern 1-4 KBZ
  11. Chin United 1-3 KBZ

(2nd Round)

  1. Yadanarbon 0-1 KBZ
  2. Nay Pyi Taw 2-1 KBZ
  3. KBZ 1-0 Manaw Myay
  4. KBZ 1-1 Magway
  5. KBZ 2-0 GFA
  6. KBZ 2-3 Ayeyawady United
  7. KBZ 2-0 Southern Myanmar
  8. KBZ 2-3 Chin United

Team Members[edit]

  • "President": U Moe San Aung
  • CEO: U Kun Naung Myint Wai
  • Head Coach: Myanmar Soe Myat Min
  • Coaches: Than Like, Aung Tun Tun, Hum Tun
  • "Technical Coaches":
  • Media Officer: Chan Myae Hlaing

Main Sponsor[edit]

Kanbawza Bank Ltd

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About Kanbawza Football Club". Kanbawza FC. 
  2. ^ "Stadiums in Myanmar". worldstadiums.com. Retrieved 2009-05-14. 
  3. ^ first eleven sport journal and www.soccer myanmar.com

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