Rajpracha F.C.

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Rajpracha
ราชประชา
Rajpracha Logo
Full nameRajpracha Football Club
สโมสรกีฬาราชประชา
Nickname(s)The Crowns
(ตราชฎา)
Founded1968; 51 years ago (1968)
GroundThonburi University Stadium
Bangkok, Thailand
Capacity1,500
OwnerRajpracha Sports Club Co., Ltd.
ChairmanMaj.Gen.M.L.Supridee Pravitra
Head CoachChinnachot Natasan
LeagueThai League 3
20161st

Rajpracha Football Club, (Thai: สโมสรกีฬาราชประชา) is a Thai semi-professional football club.

History[edit]

In 1975 the club won the first ever Thai FA Cup competition under the name of 'Youth Development Team'.

In the 1998 Thailand Premier League season (Thailand Premier League 1998), Rajpracha FC played under the name "UCOM Rajpracha".

Rajpracha took part in the 1995/96 Asian Cup Winner's Cup. They had a bye to the second round, where they took on Indonesian outfit Petrokimia Putra, but they lost 7-7 on the away goals rule.[1]

Club Achievements[edit]

Stadium and locations[edit]

Coordinates Location Stadium Capacity Year
13°46′16″N 100°35′28″E / 13.771005°N 100.591134°E / 13.771005; 100.591134 Huai Khwang, Bangkok Thai Bev Huai Khwang football field ? 2008
13°51′04″N 100°26′34″E / 13.851212°N 100.442846°E / 13.851212; 100.442846 Nonthaburi Nonthaburi Provincial Stadium 1,300 2009
13°55′05″N 100°32′51″E / 13.917989°N 100.547411°E / 13.917989; 100.547411 Nonthaburi Yamaha Stadium 18,000 2010
13°47′36″N 100°19′04″E / 13.793269°N 100.317702°E / 13.793269; 100.317702 Nakhon Pathom Mahidol University Salaya Campus Stadium 1,000 2011-2012
13°47′48″N 100°17′53″E / 13.796547°N 100.297976°E / 13.796547; 100.297976 Nakhon Pathom Rajamangala University of Technology Rattanakosin Stadium (Salaya) 2,000 2013
13°46′10″N 100°20′44″E / 13.769349°N 100.345516°E / 13.769349; 100.345516 Bangkok Bangkokthonburi University Stadium ? 2014
13°43′49″N 100°46′20″E / 13.730347°N 100.772122°E / 13.730347; 100.772122 Bangkok King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang Stadium ? 2015-2016
13°53′03″N 100°34′37″E / 13.884209°N 100.576851°E / 13.884209; 100.576851 Lak Si, Bangkok TOT Stadium Chaeng Watthana 5,000 2017
13°43′27″N 100°20′42″E / 13.724254°N 100.344909°E / 13.724254; 100.344909 Bangkok Thonburi University Stadium 1,500 2018-

Seasons[edit]

Season League FA Cup League Cup Top goalscorer
Division P W D L F A Pts Pos Name Goals
1996/1997 TPL 34 16 12 6 62 36 60 5th
1997 TPL 22 6 6 10 26 32 24 10th
1998 TPL 22 4 7 11 28 50 19 12th
2008 DIV2 A 20 8 7 5 21 20 31 6th
2009 DIV2 Bangkok 18 13 4 1 30 10 43 1st
2010 Division 1 30 11 6 13 33 40 39 9th
2011 Division 1 34 13 7 14 40 55 46 8th
2012 Division 1 34 6 7 21 33 66 25 17th
2013 DIV2 Central-West 24 11 3 10 47 39 36 6th
2014 DIV2 Central-West 26 7 8 11 34 43 29 10th
2015 DIV2 Central-West 24 11 6 7 35 22 39 6th R3 R1
2016 DIV2 Bangkok-East 18 11 4 3 27 5 37 1st R1 1st Qualification
2017 T3 Lower 28 6 4 18 26 52 22 14th R1 Not Enter Ivory Coast Zalla Abdoulaye Nicholas
Thailand Naris Phunsap
5
2018 T3 Lower 26 5 8 13 25 42 23 13th QR QR2 Thailand Supawat Somsri
Thailand Thanatip Amrasamee
4
2019 T3 Lower
Champions Runners-up Promoted Relegated

Performance In AFC Competitions[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Home Away
1995 Asian Cup Winners' Cup Second Round Indonesia Petrokimia Putra 5-4 3-2

Former players[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]