List of FC Seoul records and statistics

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Below are statistics and records related to FC Seoul.
K League's principle of official statistics is that final club succeeds to predecessor club's history & records.[1]

Honours[edit]

Domestic competitions[edit]

League[edit]

K League Classic Trophy.pngK League Classic Trophy.pngK League Classic Trophy.pngK League Classic Trophy.pngK League Classic Trophy.pngK League Classic Trophy.png

1st, gold medalist(s) Winners (6): 1985, 1990, 2000, 2010, 2012, 2016
2nd, silver medalist(s) Runners-up (5): 1986, 1989, 1993, 2001, 2008

Cups[edit]

Korean FA Cup Trophy.pngKorean FA Cup Trophy.png

1 Winners (2): 1998, 2015
1 Runners-up (2): 2014, 2016
1 Winners (2): 2006, 2010
1 Runners-up (4): 1992, 1994, 1999, 2007
1 Winners (1): 2001
1 Runners-up (1): 1999
1 Winners (1): 1988

International competitions[edit]

Asian competitions[edit]

1 Runners-up (2): 2001–02, 2013

Doubles[edit]

  • Domestic double
K League and League Cup Champions (1): 2010

Club[edit]

Season by Season Records[edit]

K League Championship results are not counted.
1993, 1998, 1999, 2000 seasons had penalty shoot-outs instead of draws.
※ A: Adidas Cup, P: Prospecs Cup, PM: Philip Morris Cup, D: Daehan Fire Insurance Cup

Season Teams K League
Classic
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts League Cup FA Cup Super Cup ACL Manager
1984 8 7th 28 8 6 14 38 45 –7 33 South Korea Park Se-hak
1985 8 Champions 21 10 7 4 35 19 +16 27 South Korea Park Se-hak
1986 6 Runners-up 20 10 7 3 28 17 +11 27 5th (Pro)[1] Did not qualify South Korea Park Se-hak
1987 5 5th 32 7 7 18 26 55 –29 21 No competition Qualified
but withdrew
South Korea Park Se-hak
1988 5 4th 24 6 11 7 22 29 –7 23 Winners (Nat'l)[2] Did not qualify South Korea Ko Jae-wook (C)
1989 6 Runners-up 40 15 17 8 53 40 +13 47 Semi-finals (Nat'l)[2] South Korea Ko Jae-wook
1990 6 Champions 30 14 11 5 40 25 +15 39 South Korea Ko Jae-wook
1991 6 6th 40 9 15 16 44 53 –9 33 South Korea Ko Jae-wook
1992 6 4th 30 8 13 9 30 35 –5 29 Runners-up (A) Did not enter South Korea Ko Jae-wook
1993 6 Runners-up 30 18
10
0
11
12
9
28 29 –1 59 4th (A) Did not qualify South Korea Ko Jae-wook
1994 7 5th 30 12 7 11 53 50 +3 43 Runners-up (A) South Korea Cho Young-jeung
1995 8 8th 28 5 10 13 29 43 –14 25 6th (A) South Korea Cho Young-jeung
1996 9 9th 32 8 8 16 44 56 –12 32 8th (A) Round of 16 South Korea Cho Young-jeung
1997 10 9th 18 1 8 9 15 27 –12 11 10th (A)
3rd in Group A (P)
Semi-finals South Korea Park Byung-joo
1998 10 8th 18 9
8
0
2
9
8
28 28 0 23 Semi-finals (A)
3rd (PM)
Winners South Korea Park Byung-joo
1999 10 9th 27 10
8
0
4
17
15
38 52 –14 24 Runners-up (A)
4th in Group B (D)
Semi-finals Runners-up South Korea Cho Kwang-rae
2000 10 Champions 27 19
17
0
5
8
5
46 25 +21 53 Semi-finals (A)
5th in Group A (D)
Quarter-finals Did not qualify Quarter-finals[3] South Korea Cho Kwang-rae
2001 10 Runners-up 27 11 10 6 30 23 +7 43 4th in Group A (A) Quarter-finals Winners Did not qualify South Korea Cho Kwang-rae
2002 10 4th 27 11 7 9 37 30 +7 40 Semi-finals (A) Round of 32 Did not qualify Runners-up[4] South Korea Cho Kwang-rae
2003 12 8th 44 14 14 16 69 68 +1 56 No competition Round of 32 No competition Did not qualify South Korea Cho Kwang-rae
2004 13 5th 24 7 12 5 20 17 +3 33 12th (S) Round of 16 Did not qualify South Korea Cho Kwang-rae
2005 13 7th 24 8 8 8 37 32 +5 32 5th (S) Round of 16 South Korea Lee Jang-soo
2006 14 4th 26 9 12 5 31 22 +9 39 Winners (S) Quarter-finals South Korea Lee Jang-soo
2007 14 7th 26 8 13 5 23 16 +7 37 Runners-up (S) Quarter-finals Competition
ceased
Turkey Şenol Güneş
2008 14 Runners-up 26 15 9 2 44 25 +19 54 3rd in Group A (S) Round of 32 Turkey Şenol Güneş
2009 15 5th 28 16 5 7 47 27 +20 53 Semi-finals (PK) Round of 16 Quarter-finals Turkey Şenol Güneş
2010 15 Champions 28 20 2 6 58 26 +32 62 Winners (PC) Round of 16 Did not qualify Portugal Nelo Vingada
2011 16 5th 30 16 7 7 56 38 +18 55 Quarter-finals (RC) Quarter-finals Quarter-finals South Korea Hwangbo Kwan
South Korea Choi Yong-soo (C)
2012 16 Champions 44 29 9 6 76 42 +34 96 Competition
ceased
Round of 16 Did not qualify South Korea Choi Yong-soo
2013 14 4th 38 17 11 10 59 46 +13 62 Quarter-finals Runners-up South Korea Choi Yong-soo
2014 12 3rd 38 15 13 10 42 28 +14 58 Runners-up Semi-finals South Korea Choi Yong-soo
2015 12 4th 38 17 11 10 52 44 +8 62 Winners Round of 16 South Korea Choi Yong-soo
2016 12 Champions 38 21 7 10 67 46 +21 70 Runners-up Semi-finals South Korea Choi Yong-soo
South Korea Hwang Sun-hong

[1] In 1986, competition was known as Professional Football Championship
[2] In 1988 and 1989, competition was known as National Football Championship
[3] In 2000, competition was known as 1999–2000 Asian Cup Winners' Cup
[4] In 2002, competition was known as 2001–02 Asian Club Championship

K League Championship Records[edit]

Season Teams Position Pld W D L GF GA GD PSO Manager
1986 2 Runners-up 2 0 1 1 1 2 -1 N/A South Korea Park Se-Hak
2000 4 Winners 2 1 1 0 5 2 +1 4–2 W South Korea Cho Kwang-Rae
2006 4 4th (Semi-finals) 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 N/A South Korea Lee Jang-Soo
2008 6 Runners-up 3 1 1 1 6 5 +1 N/A Turkey Şenol Güneş
2009 6 5th (Round of 6) 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 2–3 L Turkey Şenol Güneş
2010 6 Champions 2 1 1 0 4 3 +1 N/A Portugal Nelo Vingada
2011 6 5th (Round of 6) 1 0 0 1 1 3 -2 N/A South Korea Choi Yong-Soo (C)

All-Time Competitions Records[edit]

※ As of 31 December 2014
K League reseults include the League Cup.
Bye results and W/O results are counted.
Penalty shoot-outs results are counted as a drawn match.
AFC Champions League results include the 1999–2000 Asian Cup Winners' Cup and the 2001–02 Asian Club Championship.

Competition Season Pld W D L GF GA GD Win% Notes
K League Classic 1984-2014 1112 428 342 342 1495 1321 +174 38.49%
FA Cup 1996-2014 46 23 8 15 91 60 +31 50.00%
Super Cup 1999, 2001 2 1 0 1 3 6 -3 50.00%
National Football Championship 1988, 1989 7 6 0 1 13 5 +8 85.71%
AFC Champions League 1986–2014 55 22 21 12 86 56 +30 40.00%
Total 1222 480 371 371 1688 1448 +240 39.28%

All-Time K League Classic Results by Opponents[edit]

※ As of 1984–2013 seasons

Club Season Pld W D L GF GA GD Win% Notes
South Korea Pohang Steelers 1983–present 139 45 44 50 184 206 -22 32.37%
South Korea Jeju United 1983–present 137 52 44 41 179 157 +22 37.96%
South Korea Busan IPark 1983–present 139 51 45 43 176 158 +18 36.69%
South Korea Ulsan Hyundai 1983–present 139 46 44 49 164 171 -7 33.09%
South Korea Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma 1989–present 107 31 37 39 130 143 -13 28.97%
South Korea Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors 1995–present 67 29 20 18 108 89 +19 43.28%
South Korea Jeonnam Dragons 1995–present 65 27 22 16 90 68 +22 41.54%
South Korea Suwon Samsung Bluewings 1996–present 68 22 16 30 76 95 -19 32.35%
South Korea Daejeon Citizen 1997–present 52 22 18 12 72 53 +19 42.31%
South Korea Daegu FC 2003–present 28 13 7 8 47 27 +20 46.34%
South Korea Incheon United 2004–present 30 11 13 6 45 33 +12 36.67%
South Korea Gyeongnam FC 2006–present 24 12 6 6 31 21 +10 50.00%
South Korea Gangwon FC 2009–present 10 9 0 1 26 12 +14 90.00%
South Korea Gwangju FC 2011–present 4 3 0 1 9 5 + 75.00%
South Korea Sangju Sangmu 2011–present 4 4 0 0 10 5 +5 100.00%
South Korea Kookmin Bank FC 1983–1984 4 2 2 0 6 2 +4 50.00%
South Korea Hallelujah FC 1983–1985 7 3 1 3 9 7 +2 42.86%
South Korea Hanil Bank FC 1984–1986 11 8 1 2 26 9 +17 72.73%
South Korea Sangmu 1985 3 1 2 0 3 2 +1 33.33%
South Korea Jeonbuk Buffalo 1994 6 6 0 0 17 5 +12 100.00%
South Korea Gwangju Sangmu 2003–2010 24 15 5 4 38 14 +24 62.50%
Total 1036 396 318 322 1394 1247 +147 38.22%

All-Time K League Classic Records[edit]

※ 1984-2012 seasons ※ Penalty shoot-outs results are not counted as a drawn match

PTS W D L GF GA AS GK CK FC OS ST PK PG PM Cautions Expulsions
1,402 419 277 340 1,394 1,247 936 8,978 5,028 16,685 2,744 12,720 119 87 32 1,639 47

Firsts[edit]

Records Name Competition Date Opponent H / A Result Notes
First Goal South Korea Park Chung-il K League Classic 1984-03-01 Hallelujah FC N 1–0
First Assist South Korea Kang Deuk-soo

Mosts in Goals[edit]

Category Record Competition Date Opponent H / A Result Notes
Biggest Wins 9 FA Cup 2004-12-14 South Korea Paju Bumwoo N 10–1
8
AFC Champions League 2001-11-21 Bangladesh Muktijoddha Sangsad H 8–0
6 K League Classic 2012-07-21 South Korea Busan IPark H 6–0
Heaviest Defeats 6 K League Classic 1987-10-10 South Korea POSCO Atoms H 1–7
6 League Cup 1997-04-12 South Korea Bucheon SK A 1–7

Most Consecutive Records[edit]

※ 1984-2013 seasons

Category Matches Period Notes
Wins 7 2011/07/09–2011/08/27, 2013/07/07–2013/08/15
Draws 10 1997/05/10–1997/07/13
Losses 7 1997/09/20–1998/03/21
Wins in Regular Season 7 2011/07/09–2011/08/27
Losses in Regular Season 7 1997/09/20–1998/03/21
Wins in Extra Time 2 1998/09/27–1998/10/01, 1999/09/15–1999/09/18
Losses in Extra Time 2 1999/08/25–1999/08/28
Wins by PSO 2 1993/04/17–1993/04/24, 1993/09/08–1993/09/11
Losses by PSO N/A
Wins with Clean Sheets 4 2007/03/04–2007/03/18
Scoring 31 1989/09/23–1990/09/01
Non-Scoring 4 2006/04/08–2006/04/30
Without a Win 21 1997/03/22–1997/07/13
Without a Loss 17 2000/05/14–2000/07/29, 2008/06/28–2008/10/29
Conceding a Goal 21 2010/10/09-2011/06/11
Without Conceding a Goal 4 1986/04/13–1986/05/07, 2001/07/22–2001/08/01, 2006/03/19–2006/04/02
2006/05/20–2006/05/31, 2007/03/04–2007/03/18, 2007/05/16–2007/05/26
2013/09/01-2013/10/06

Attendance Records[edit]

Attendance New Records by FC Seoul[edit]

Records Date / Season Matches Attendance Notes
Korean Pro Sports Single-Match Highest Attendance New Record 2010-05-05 1 60,747
K League Championship Single-Match Highest Attendance New Record 2010-12-05 1 56,759
K League Single-Regular Season Highest Average Attendance New Record 2010 Season 14 30,849 League : 14 matches
K League Single-Regular & Post Season Highest Average Attendance New Record 2010 Season 15 32,576 League : 14 matches
Championship : 1 match
K League Single-Regular & Post Season Highest Total Attendance New Record 2010 Season 15 488,641 League : 14 matches
Championship : 1 match
K League Single-Season Highest Total Attendance New Record 2010 Season 19 546,397 League : 14 matches
Championship : 1 match
League Cup : 4 matches

Total Attendance & Average Attendance[edit]

※ Season total attendance is K League Classic Regular Season, League Cup, FA Cup, AFC Champions League in the aggregate and friendly match attendance is not included.
※ K League season total attendance is K League Classic Regular Season and League Cup in the aggregate.

Season Season
Total Att.
K League Classic
Total Att.
Regular Season
Average Att.
League Cup
Average Att.
FA Cup
Total / Average Att.
ACL
Total / Average Att.
Friendly Match
Att.
Att. Ranking Notes
1984–2003
Official Attendance Records Don't Have Credibility
2004 223,529 223,529 15,363 6,529 No home match N/A N/A
2005 458,605 458,605 22,010 32,415 No home match N/A 17,211 (vs Boca Juniors) K League Season
Total Att. 1st
2006 357,231 315,698 18,782 11,921 41,533 / 13,844 N/A 61,235 (vs F.C. Tokyo) K League Season
Total Att. 2nd
FA Cup highest attendance
new record
in 2006 FA Cup Quarter-finals
Friendly match with
FC Tokyo was for free
2007 411,362 379,903 21,515 14,315 31,459 / 31,459 N/A 65,000 (vs Manchester United) K League Season
Total Att. 2nd
2008 398,757 398,757 22,417 12,499 No home match N/A 34,000 (vs Los Angeles Galaxy)
41,500 (vs FC Tokyo)
K League Season
Total Att. 2nd
K League Championship included
2009 319,250 270,624 16,535 11,300 1,315 / 1,315 47,311 / 11,828 65,000 (vs Manchester United) K League Season
Total Att. 2nd
K League Championship included
2010 547,592 546,397 32,576 14,439 1,195 / 1,195 N/A N/A K League Season
Total Att. 1st
K League Championship included
2011 520,138 448,027 28,002 N/A 3,733 / 3,733 68,378 / 13,676 N/A K League Season
Total Att. 1st
K League Championship included
2012 467,649 451,045 20,502 N/A 16,604 / 8,302 N/A N/A K League Season
Total Att. 1st
2013 451,845 315,540 16,607 N/A 11,945 / 3,982 124,360 / 17,766 N/A K League Season
Total Att. 2nd
2014 424,405 323,244 17,013 N/A 36,901 / 12,300 64,260 / 10,710 46,722 (vs Bayer Leverkusen) K League Season
Total Att. 2nd
2015 406,820 326,269 17,172 N/A 34,634 / 11,545 45,917 / 9,183 N/A K League Season
Total Att. 2nd
2016 474,044 342,134 18,007 N/A 53,645 / 10,729 78,265 / 13,044 N/A K League Season
Total Att. 1st

Korean Professional Sports Single-Match Highest Attendance Records Top 10[edit]

Rank Competition Date Home Team Result Away Team Venue Attendance Notes
1 2010 K League 2010-05-05 FC Seoul 4–0 South Korea Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma Seoul World Cup Stadium 60,747 Children's Day
2 2010 K League 2010-12-05 FC Seoul 2–1 South Korea Jeju United Seoul World Cup Stadium 56,759 Weekend
K League Championship
Final 2nd Leg
3 2013 AFC Champions League 2013-10-26 FC Seoul 2–2 China Guangzhou Evergrande Seoul World Cup Stadium 55,501 Weekend
AFC Champions League Final
1st Leg
4 2007 K League 2007-04-08 FC Seoul 0–1 South Korea Suwon Samsung Bluewings Seoul World Cup Stadium 55,397 Weekend
5 2011 K League 2011-03-06 FC Seoul 0–2 South Korea Suwon Samsung Bluewings Seoul World Cup Stadium 51,606 Weekend
2011 Season Home Opener
6 2012 K League 2012-08-19 FC Seoul 0–2 South Korea Suwon Samsung Bluewings Seoul World Cup Stadium 50,787 Weekend
7 2010 K League 2010-04-04 FC Seoul 3–1 South Korea Suwon Samsung Bluewings Seoul World Cup Stadium 48,558 Weekend
8 2005 K League 2005-07-10 FC Seoul 4–1 South Korea Pohang Steelers Seoul World Cup Stadium 48,375 Weekend
9 2004 K League 2004-04-03 FC Seoul 1–1 South Korea Suwon Samsung Bluewings Seoul World Cup Stadium 47,928 Weekend
10 2016 K League Classic 2016-06-18 FC Seoul 1–1 South Korea Suwon Samsung Bluewings Seoul World Cup Stadium 47,899 Weekend

Players[edit]

※ Statistics correct as of last match played in 2015 season. ※ Bold denotes players still playing in the K League
※ Appearance, Goals, Clean Sheets, Goals Conceded per Match records included FA Cup and Asian Club Competitions, Other competitive competitions.
※ Other competitive competitions are as below:

※ Assists and Attack Points records only includes K League Classic and Korean League Cup.
※ Attack Points are the aggregate number of goals assists in K League Classic and Korean League Cup.

Appearances[edit]

※ FC Seoul players with at least 200 appearances.

Rank Name Total
Appearances
K League League League Cup FA Cup Asia Other Seasons Notes
1 South Korea Yoon Sang-chul 305+? 300 261 39 1 0 4+? 1988–1997
1 Brazil Adilson dos Santos 305 264 226 38 29 12 N/A 2006–2013
3 South Korea Koh Myong-jin 283 227 204 23 17 39 N/A 2003-2015
4 South Korea Kim Jin-kyu 270 220 205 15 15 35 N/A 2007–2010
2012–2015
5 South Korea Jung Jo-gook 266 239 186 53 14 13 N/A 2003–2010
2012
2014–2015
6 South Korea Go Yo-han 247 193 183 10 15 39 N/A 2004–present
7 Montenegro Dejan Damjanović 236 194 181 13 11 31 N/A 2008–2013
2016–present
8 South Korea Lee Young-jin 229+? 220 186 34 0 0 9+? 1986–1995
1997
9 South Korea Kim Yong-dae 222 181 174 7 9 32 N/A 2010–2015
10 South Korea Kim Seong-jae 217+? 203 157 46 11 2+? 1 1999–2005
11 Colombia Mauricio Molina 205 159 159 0 14 32 N/A 2011–2015

Goals[edit]

Rank Name Total
Goals
K League League League Cup FA Cup Asia Other Total
Apps
Goals
per Match
Seasons Notes
1 Montenegro Dejan Damjanović 143 122 116 6 4 17 N/A 236 0.61 2008–2013
2016–present
2 South Korea Yoon Sang-chul 102 101 92 9 0 0 1 305+? 0.33-? 1988–1997
3 South Korea Jung Jo-gook 84 68 55 13 10 6 N/A 266 0.32 2003–2010
2012
2014–2015
4 South Korea Choi Yong-soo 60 54 44 10 5 1 N/A 154 0.39 1994–1996
1999–2000
2006
5 Colombia Mauricio Molina 54 46 46 0 4 4 N/A 205 0.26 2011–2015
6 South Korea Park Chu-young 44 40 30 10 4 0 N/A 120 0.27 2005–2008
2015–present
7 South Korea Kim Eun-jung 41 38 28 10 3 0 N/A 139 0.29 2004–2008
8 South Korea Jung Kwang-min 36 34 21 13 2 0 0 156+? 0.23-? 1998–2002
2007
9 South Korea Seo Jung-won 26 22 13 9 4 0 N/A 88 0.30 1992–1997
10 South Korea Lee Seung-yeoul 24 23 16 7 0 1 N/A 120 0.20 2008–2011

Assists[edit]

Rank Name Assists Apps Assists
per Match
Seasons Notes
1 Colombia Mauricio Molina 58 159 0.36 2011–2015
2 South Korea Kang Deuk-soo 34 139 0.24 1984–1989
3 Montenegro Dejan Damjanović 33 194 0.17 2008–2013
2016–present
4 South Korea Yoon Sang-chul 31 300 0.10 1988–1997
5 South Korea Choi Dae-shik 28 166 0.17 1990–1995
5 South Korea Lee Young-jin 28 220 0.13 1986–1995
1997
7 Brazil André Luís Alves Santos 27 96 0.28 2000–2002
8 South Korea Choi Yong-soo 26 148 0.18 1994–1996
1999–2000
2006
9 South Korea Choi Tae-uk 24 172 0.14 2000–2003
2010–2013
10 Portugal Ricardo Nascimento 23 71 0.32 2005–2007

Attack Points[edit]

Rank Name Attack
Points
Apps Attack Points
per Match
Seasons Notes
1 Montenegro Dejan Damjanović 155 194 0.80 2008–2013
2016–present
2 South Korea Yoon Sang-chul 132 300 0.44 1988–1997
3 Colombia Mauricio Molina 104 159 0.65 2011–2015
4 South Korea Jung Jo-gook 88 239 0.37 2003–2010
2012
2014–2015
5 South Korea Choi Yong-soo 80 148 0.54 1994–1996
1999–2000
2006
6 South Korea Kim Eun-jung 58 133 0.44 2004–2008
7 South Korea Kang Deuk-soo 54 139 0.44 1984–1989
8 South Korea Park Chu-young 51 114 0.45 2005–2008
2015–present
9 South Korea Jung Kwang-min 48 145 0.33 1998–2002
2007
10 Brazil André Luís Alves Santos 45 96 0.47 2000–2002

Clean Sheets[edit]

Rank Name Total
Clean Sheets
K League League League Cup FA Cup Asia Other Total
Apps
Clean Sheets
per Match
Seasons Notes
1 South Korea Kim Yong-dae 70 55 52 3 2 13 N/A 222 0.32 2010–2015
2 TajikistanSouth Korea Shin Eui-son 48+? 45 33 12 1 2+? 0 136+? 0.35+? 2000–2004
3 South Korea Cha Sang-kwang 47+? 47 45 2 0 0  ? 151+? 0.31+-? 1986–1991
1995
4 South Korea Kim Byung-ji 41 39 26 13 2 0 N/A 91 0.45 2006–2008
5 South Korea Kim Hyun-tae 30+? 30 24 6 0 0  ? 116+? 0.26+-? 1984–1991
1994
1996–1997
6 South Korea Kim Bong-soo 26 25 15 10 1 N/A 0 115 0.23 1992–1999
7 South Korea Yu Sang-hun 25 17 17 3 5 N/A N/A 65 0.38 2011–present
8 South Korea Park Dong-suk 23 23 19 4 0 0 N/A 74 0.31 2002–2009
9 South Korea Lim Jong-kuk 21 20 11 9 1 0 0 118 0.18 1991–2000
10 South Korea Park Chul-woo 16 16 14 2 N/A N/A 0 62 0.26 1992–1994
10 South Korea Kim Ho-jun 16 15 13 2 1 0 N/A 67 0.24 2005–2009

Goals Conceded per Match[edit]

※ FC Seoul goalkeepers with at least 30 appearances.

Rank Name Total
Goals Conceded
K League League League Cup FA Cup Asia Other Total
Apps
Goals Conceded
per Match
Seasons Notes
1 South Korea Kim Byung-ji 73 66 46 20 7 N/A N/A 91 0.802 2006–2008
2 South Korea Yu Sang-hun 53 36 36 0 8 9 N/A 65 0.815 2011–present
3 TajikistanSouth Korea Shin Eui-son 146 138 99 39 4 3 1 136+? 1.073-? 2000–2004
4 South Korea Kim Yong-dae 239 196 190 6 13 30 N/A 222 1.076 2010–2015
5 South Korea Cha Sang-kwang 164+? 161 152 9 N/A N/A 3+? 151+? 1.086+? 1986–1991
1995
6 South Korea Park Dong-suk 89 81 59 22 8 0 N/A 74 1.202 2002–2009
7 South Korea Kim Ho-jun 81 64 52 12 3 14 N/A 67 1.208 2005–2009
8 South Korea Park Chul-woo 77 77 69 8 N/A N/A 0 62 1.241 1992–1994
9 South Korea Kim Hyun-tae 153+? 151 131 20 0 N/A 2+? 116+? 1.318+? 1984–1991
1994
1996–1997
10 South Korea Lim Jong-kuk 165 155 119 36 5 N/A 5 118 1.398 1991–2000
11 South Korea Kim Bong-soo 172 155 111 44 13 N/A 4 115 1.495 1992–1999

Mosts in a Single Match[edit]

Category Name Record Competition Date Opponent H / A Result Note
Goals Brazil Ricardo 5 AFC Champions League 2001-11-21 Bangladesh Muktijoddha Sangsad H 8–0
South Korea Yun Ju-tae 4 K League Classic 2015-11-07 South Korea Suwon Samsung Bluewings H 4–3
South Korea Jung Jo-gook FA Cup 2015-11-07 South Korea Paju Bumwoo N 10–1
South Korea Wang Jung-hyun
Assists South Korea Lee Young-jin 3 K League Classic 1991-09-11 South Korea Ilhwa Chunma A 1–3
Russia Oleg Elyshev League Cup 1997-08-13 South Korea Jeonbuk Hyundai Dinos H 4–1
Brazil Mário K League Classic 2003-09-03 South Korea Bucheon SK A 1–4
South Korea Lee Chung-yong 2009-03-07 South Korea Jeonnam Dragons A 2–6
Montenegro Dejan Damjanović 2010-04-04 South Korea Suwon Samsung Bluewings H 3–1
Colombia Mauricio Molina 2011-08-27 South Korea Gangwon FC H 6–3
Attack Points Colombia Mauricio Molina 6 K League Classic 2011-08-27 South Korea Gangwon FC H 6-3 3 Goals and 3 Assists
K League New Record

Mosts in a Single Season[edit]

Category Name Season Total K League Classic FA Cup ACL Notes
Appearances Colombia Mauricio Molina 2013 49 35 1 13
Goals Montenegro Dejan Damjanović 2012 31 31 0 0
Assists Colombia Mauricio Molina 2012 19 19 0 0
Attack Points Colombia Mauricio Molina 2012 38 37 1 0
Clean Sheets South Korea Kim Yong-dae 2012 17 17 0 0

Most Goals in a Single Season by Competitions[edit]

Category Name Goals Apps Goals
per Match
Season Notes
K League Classic Montenegro Dejan Damjanović 31 42 0.74 2012
FA Cup South Korea Choi Yong-soo 5 3 1.67 1999
South Korea Jung Jo-gook 5 2 2.5 2004
South Korea Wang Jung-hyun 5 2 2.5
League Cup South Korea Seo Jung-won 8 9 0.89 1997
AFC Champions League Montenegro Dejan Damjanović 7 13 0.54 2013

Most Clean Sheets in a Single Season by Competitions[edit]

Category Name Clean Sheets Apps Clean Sheets
per Match
Season Notes
K League Classic South Korea Kim Yong-dae 17 44 0.39 2012
FA Cup South Korea Kim Yong-dae 2 3 0.67 2011
League Cup South Korea Kim Byung-ji 6 13 0.46 2006
12 0.50 2007
AFC Champions League South Korea Kim Yong-dae 5 12 0.42 2013

Most Consecutive Records[edit]

Category Name Record Period Notes
Appearances South Korea Kim Byung-ji 78 Apps 2006/03/12–2007/10/14 Only K League matches
2006 K League season : 40 Apps (League 27 Apps, League Cup 13 Apps)
2007 K League season : 38 Apps (League 26 Apps, League Cup 12 Apps)
Goals South Korea Cho Young-jeung 6 Matches
(6 Goals)
1984/07/22–1984/08/12 Only K League matches
South Korea Yoon Sang-chul 6 Matches
(9 Goals)
1994/10/22–1994/11/16 Only K League matches
3 Goals More Brazil Adriano 2 Matches
(7 Goals)
2016/02/23–2016/03/01 AFC Champions League
Assists Japan Sergio Escudero 5 Matches
(6 Assists)
2013//11/02–2013/11/24 AFC Champions League matches included
Attack Points Colombia Mauricio Molina 6 Matches
(4 Goals, 5 Assists)
2012/04/29–2012/05/28 FA Cup matches included
Clean Sheets South Korea Kim Yong-dae 5 Matches 2013/09/01–2013/09/25 AFC Champions League matches included
Most Minutes
Without Conceding A Goal
South Korea Kim Yong-dae 500 Minutes 2013/09/01–2013/10/03 AFC Champions League matches included

Founding Members[edit]

Management Chairman : South Korea Gu Ja-kyung, President : South Korea Lee Hun-jo, Director : South Korea Ko Kyung-hwan
Coaching Staff Manager : South Korea Park Se-hak, Assistant Manager : South Korea Park Yong-hwan, Coach : South Korea Ko Jae-wook
Players
GK
South Korea Kim Hyun-tae, South Korea Seo Seok-bum
DF
South Korea Han Moon-bae, South Korea Cho Young-jeung, South Korea Jung Hae-seong, South Korea Jung Tae-young, South Korea Kwon Oh-son, South Korea Shin Jae-heum, South Korea Min Jin-hong
MF
South Korea Kang Deuk-soo, South Korea Park Hang-seo, South Korea Lee Yong-soo, South Korea Kim Kwang-hoon, South Korea Kim Yong-hae
FW
South Korea Lee Jong-kwang, South Korea So Kwang-ho, South Korea Lee Yong-seol, South Korea Moon Myung-soo, South Korea Hong Jong-won, South Korea Kim Tae-young

※ After Inauguration ceremony (1983-12-22), These players are joined.

Players
MF
South Korea Lee Sang-rae, South Korea Park Byung-chul
FW
South Korea Park Chung-il, Thailand Piyapong Pue-on

Captains[edit]

Seasons Captains Vice-Captains Notes
1984
South Korea Han Moon-bae
1985
South Korea Kim Kwang-hoon
1986
South Korea Park Hang-seo  –1986/09/??
1986–1988 South Korea Jung Hae-seong 1986/09/??–
1989–1990 South Korea Choi Jin-han
1991–1992 South Korea Lee Young-jin
1993
South Korea Gu Sang-bum
1994
South Korea Choi Young-jun
1995
South Korea Yoon Sang-chul −1995/08/04
1995–1996 South Korea Lee Young-ik 1995/08/05–
1997
South Korea Cho Byung-young
1998
South Korea Kim Bong-soo
1999
South Korea Kang Chun-ho −1999/07/??
1999–2000 South Korea Choi Yong-soo 1999/07/??–2000/05/09
2000
South Korea Kim Gwi-hwa South Korea Lee Young-pyo 2000/05/10–
2001
South Korea Lee Sang-hun −2001/05/??
2001
South Korea Son Hyun-jun 2001/05/??–
2002
South Korea Choi Yoon-yeol
2003–2004 South Korea Kim Seong-jae
2005–2006 South Korea Lee Min-sung
2007–2008 South Korea Lee Eul-yong South Korea Kim Chi-gon
2009
South Korea Kim Chi-gon South Korea Kim Jin-kyu
2010
South Korea Park Yong-ho South Korea Kim Jin-kyu
2011
South Korea Park Yong-ho South Korea Hyun Young-min
2012–2013 South Korea Ha Dae-sung South Korea Kim Jin-kyu
2014
South Korea Kim Jin-kyu South Korea Koh Myong-jin
2015
South Korea Koh Myong-jin Spain Osmar −2015/04/30
South Korea Cha Du-ri 2015/05/01–
2016
South Korea Spain Osmar South Korea Yoo Hyun First foreign captain of FC Seoul.

Players in Major Competitions[edit]

Seo Jung-Won and Choi Yong-Soo were on military service during World Cup.
※ As of 2010 World Cup South Korea, 20 players from FC Seoul participate in World Cup.