|Full name||Sasom Pobprasert|
|Date of birth||October 10, 1967|
|Place of birth||Thailand|
|1992–1997||Thai Farmer Bank FC||91||(22)|
|1998–2002||BEC Tero Sasana FC||45||(13)|
|2004–2005||BEC Tero Sasana|
|2015–||Air Force Central|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Sasom Pobprasert (Thai: สะสม พบประเสริฐ) is a former footballer in Thailand and played as Midfielder for Thailand national team, including an appearance in a 1998 FIFA World Cup qualifying match. He scored one goal for the national team.
In 2009, He is currently the manager of Thai League T1 side Thai Port F.C.. He has made an instant impact at PAT Stadium and has targeted a top five finish for the 2009 Season. He previously managed BEC Tero Sasana from 2004 until early 2005.
- BEC Tero Sasana FC: 2004–2005
- Thai Port FC: 2009–2011
- Bangkok United FC: 2011-2014
- Air Force Central F.C.: 2015–Present
|1.||February 16, 1997||Bangkok, Thailand||Sweden||1–3||Lost||1997 King's Cup|
- Sasom Pobprasert – FIFA competition record
- Thai Port F.C. debut their new team manager, Sasom Pobprasert
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