National Defense Ministry FC

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Ministry of National Defense FC
ក្លឹបបាល់ទាត់ក្រសួងការពារជាតិ
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Full name Ministry of National Defense FC
Nickname(s) Army FC (ទ័ព)
Ground RCAF Old Stadium
Ground Capacity 10,000
Manager CambodiaKhov Chhay
Coach CambodiaTep Long Rachana
League Metfone C-League
2016 2nd

Ministry of National Defense FC, (ក្លឹបបាល់ទាត់ ក្រសួងការពារជាតិ) is a football (soccer) club in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The club represented Ministry of National Defense and plays in the Metfone C-League, the top division of Cambodian football.

It was founded as Royal Cambodian Armed Forces Football Club and renamed in 2008.[1]

Current Players[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 Cambodia GK Um Sereyroth
2 Cambodia DF Pom Tola
3 Cambodia DF Khek Khemrin
4 Cambodia DF Roeurm Channroeurn
5 Cambodia DF Sor Piseth
6 Cambodia DF Pom Daraing
8 Cambodia FW Touch Roma
9 North Korea FW Choe Myong-ho
11 Cambodia FW Ke Vannak
12 Cambodia FW Reung Bunheing (Captain)
14 Cambodia MF Chreng Chanvirak
16 Cambodia MF Sean Pissa (on loan from Phnom Penh Crown)
No. Position Player
17 Cambodia MF Chhin Chhoeun
18 Cambodia MF Op Kamol
22 Cambodia GK Um Vichet
24 Cambodia MF Chrerng Polroth
25 Cambodia DF Thourng Da
31 North Korea MF Kim Kyong-hun
34 North Korea DF Jang Song-hyok
35 North Korea FW Ri Hyok-chol
55 Cambodia MF Sok Heang
74 Cambodia MF Chey Chetra
99 Cambodia FW Phuong Soksana
Cambodia GK Ly Samet

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
7 Cambodia MF Pov Phearith (at Cambodia Cambodia Tiger)
No. Position Player

Honours[edit]

Domistic[edit]

Runner-up : 2013
Champion : 2010. 2016
Runner up : 2008
Runner Up : 2016
1st : 2003 | 4th : 2004 | 1st : 1993

International[edit]

4th : 2004
Group Qualified : 1999
  • Asia Clubs Pre Season Championship
Champions : 2017

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