List of foreign K League Classic players

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This is a list of foreign players in the K League Classic.

  • Players in bold are currently playing in the K League Classic.
  • Nationality is listed under official K League player registration; the players may have been capped for different national team.
  • Only careers in the K League Classic are listed; for the players who have also played in the second division (K League Challenge), see List of foreign K League Challenge players


Cameroon Cameroon[edit]

Democratic Republic of the Congo DR Congo[edit]

Ivory Coast Cote d'Ivoire[edit]

Egypt Egypt[edit]

Ghana Ghana[edit]

Guinea Guinea[edit]

Mali Mali[edit]

Mauritius Mauritius[edit]

Nigeria Nigeria[edit]

Senegal Senegal[edit]

Sierra Leone Sierra Leone[edit]


Australia Australia[edit]

China China PR[edit]

Iraq Iraq[edit]

Japan Japan[edit]

North Korea Korea DPR[edit]

State of Palestine Palestine[edit]

Philippines Philippines[edit]

Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia[edit]

Tajikistan Tajikistan[edit]

Thailand Thailand[edit]

Uzbekistan Uzbekistan[edit]

Vietnam Vietnam[edit]


Albania Albania[edit]

Armenia Armenia[edit]

Austria Austria[edit]

Belarus Belarus[edit]

Belgium Belgium[edit]

Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina[edit]

Bulgaria Bulgaria[edit]

Croatia Croatia[edit]

Cyprus Cyprus[edit]

Czech Republic Czech Republic[edit]

Denmark Denmark[edit]

England England[edit]

Finland Finland[edit]

France France[edit]

Germany Germany[edit]

Hungary Hungary[edit]

Italy Italy[edit]

Latvia Latvia[edit]

Lithuania Lithuania[edit]

Republic of Macedonia Macedonia[edit]

Moldova Moldova[edit]

Montenegro Montenegro[edit]

※ Included players who joined in Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1992–2003) and Serbia and Montenegro (2003–2006) period

Netherlands Netherlands[edit]

Norway Norway[edit]

Poland Poland[edit]

Portugal Portugal[edit]

Romania Romania[edit]

Russia Russia[edit]

Serbia Serbia[edit]

※ Includes players who played during the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1992–2003) and Serbia and Montenegro (2003–2006) period

Slovenia Slovenia[edit]

Spain Spain[edit]

Turkey Turkey[edit]

Ukraine Ukraine[edit]

North America, Central America & CaribbeanCONCACAF[edit]

Costa Rica Costa Rica[edit]

United States United States[edit]

South AmericaCONMEBOL[edit]

Argentina Argentina[edit]

Bolivia Bolivia[edit]

Brazil Brazil[edit]

Chile Chile[edit]

Colombia Colombia[edit]

Ecuador Ecuador[edit]

Paraguay Paraguay[edit]

Uruguay Uruguay[edit]

See also[edit]