Hanthawaddy United F.C.

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Hanthawaddy United FC
ဟံသာဝတီ ယူနိုက်တက် ဘောလုံး အသင်း
Full name Hanthawaddy United Football Club
Nickname(s) The Shelducks
Founded 2009; 9 years ago (2009)
Ground Grand Royal Stadium
Ground Capacity 4,000
Owner Myanmar Aung Moe Kyaw[1]
Manager Myanmar U Tun Tun Lin
Coach Myanmar U Ngwe Tun
League Myanmar National League
2017 9th
Current season

Hanthawaddy United Football Club (Burmese: ဟံသာဝတီ ယူနိုက်တက် ဘောလုံး အသင်း) is a Burmese football club, based in Taungoo, Myanmar, and represents the Bago Region. The club was a founding member of the Myanmar National League (MNL) in 2009. It finished in sixth place in the league's inaugural cup competition, the MNL Cup 2009. In 2012, the club changed its name from Okktha United to Hanthawaddy United. As Okktha United, the club won their first ever major trophy by winning the 2010 MFF Cup.


Hanthawaddy United FC was a founding member of the MNL in 2009 as Okktha United. This team represents the Bago Region. The team owner is Aung Moe Kyaw of IBTC Company.[1]


Hanthawaddy United was relegated to MNL-2. Hanthawaddy became champions of MNL-2 and were promoted to rejoin the MNL. Bamba scored 24 goals while Hanthawaddy were in MNL-2.


2018 Players 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 Naing Lin Tun
2 Myanmar DF Min Ko Thu
4 Myanmar DF Aung Zaw
5 Myanmar MF Aung Moe Htwe
7 Uganda FW Joseph Mpande
8 Myanmar FW Saw Naing Moe Aung
9 Myanmar FW Pyae Moe
10 Ghana FW Mark Sekyi
11 Myanmar FW Aung Myo Thura
12 Myanmar DF Nyi Nyi Aung(1)
13 Myanmar DF Htoo Nay Aung
14 Myanmar MF Yan Naing Aung
15 Myanmar MF Aung Thu Phyo
16 Myanmar DF Shwe Hlaing Win
No. Position Player
17 Myanmar MF Lar Din Maw Yar
18 Myanmar FW Nyi Nyi Aung(2)
19 Myanmar MF Hein Htet Aung
20 Myanmar GK Ko Ko Naing
21 Myanmar DF Kyaw Thu Tun
22 Myanmar MF Kyaw Naing Myint
23 Myanmar MF Myo Set Paing
25 Nigeria DF Michael Falcon
26 Myanmar DF Bo Bo Naing
29 Myanmar MF Htet Lin Lin
48 Myanmar FW Yan Kha
63 Myanmar MF Kyaw Zaya
Myanmar FW Sithu Moe Khant
Myanmar MF Chit Su Win


  1. ^ a b Han Oo Khin (March 9–15, 2009). "New era for football". The Myanmar Times. Archived from the original on February 15, 2012.