Sisaket F.C.

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Sisaket FC
ศรีสะเกษ เอฟซี
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Full name Sisaket Football Club
สโมสรฟุตบอลศรีสะเกษ
Nickname(s) The Dangerous Koupreys
(กูปรีอันตราย)
Founded 1999
Ground Sri Nakhon Lamduan Stadium
Sisaket, Thailand
Ground Capacity 12,000
Chairman Taneth Kuerat
Head Coach Chalermwoot Sa-Ngapol
League Thai Premier League
2014 12th

Sisaket Football Club (Thai: สโมสรฟุตบอลจังหวัดศรีสะเกษ), is a Thai football club based in Sisaket Province.[1] The club have won the Pro League title in 1999/2000 and competed in Thai Premier League 2010 season which was the first time in the club's history to participate in the top tier of Thai football.

History[edit]

The early years[edit]

Founded as Sisaket FC in 1999 to make the tournament. Won Thailand Provincial League, founded by the Sports Authority of Thailand in collaboration Football Association of Thailand. The pilot held a 5-year time is Boonchong Visommay is president of the Club's wish fulfilled. And only the first year founded. The club had won the competition, Thailand Provincial League.

After the Sisaket FC. Thailand Provincial League will join the competition every time in the name "Steel Rock", but can not be more winning. The optimum is possible year-end 2003 season at No. 5.

Sisaket FC year . 2007 Change the name. "Dangerous Kouprey" in the competition this year has included both the Thai Premier League and Thailand Provincial League under Football Association of Thailand. The team Sisaket FC be held in Thai Division 1 League Group B 1 with another top 12 team has 10 players to miss class Thai League The switch Regional League Division 2.

Later in the year 2008 the Regional League Division 2 Sisaket team can take the team to No. 2 of Group B can take themselves back in play. Thai Division 1 League Victor Corporation successfully within one year.

In 2012 the club relocated to Ubon Ratchathani province after the local Siskaet government decided to back the newly formed Sisaket United. The club also changed name to Esan United.

In 2013 return to Sisaket FC Cause reversion to Sisaket FC. It's Esan United. Football Association of Thailand illegally on counterfeiting documents.

Crests[edit]

Seasons[edit]

Season League FA Cup Queen's
Cup
Kor Royal
Cup
Asia Top goalscorer league
Division P W D L F A Pts Pos Name Goals
2007 DIV 1 22 7 6 9 36 38 27 10th
2008 DIV2 20 10 7 3 41 21 37 2nd
2009 DIV1 30 15 13 2 53 26 58 3rd R3 Piroj Anantanarong 16
2010 TPL 30 6 8 16 36 54 26 14th Quarter-final Piyawat Thongman 8
2011 TPL 34 9 12 13 33 39 39 12th R5 Wuttichai Tathong
Victor Amaro
5
2012 TPL 34 11 14 9 41 42 47 6th R4 Tana Chanabut 15
(9 goals to Esan United)
+(6 goals to Police United)
2013 TPL - - - - - - - suspended
2014 TPL 38 12 10 16 48 59 46 12th R3 Sarayuth Chaikamdee 9
2015 TPL
Champions Runners-up Third Place Promoted Relegated

Players[edit]

First team 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 Thailand GK Narong Wongthongkam
3 Thailand DF Tossapohn Khamengkij
4 Thailand MF Anucha Suksai
5 Bulgaria DF Lyuben Nikolov
6 Thailand DF Kittipong Rongrak
7 Thailand MF Khaffa Boonmatoon (on loan from Osotspa)
9 Thailand FW Tadpong Lar-tham
10 Bulgaria FW Gerasim Zakov
13 Thailand MF Kaneung Buransook
14 Thailand MF Nuttawut Khamrin
16 Thailand DF Theerachai Ngamcharoen
17 Thailand DF Ekkapan Jandakorn (captain)
No. Position Player
19 Thailand MF Jakkapong Somboon
20 Thailand FW Tatree Sing-Ha
21 Thailand GK Nattaphon Krobyoo
22 Brazil MF Victor Amaro
24 Thailand MF Somsak Wongyai
26 Thailand DF Tewarit Junsom
27 Thailand MF Jiradech Sangsa-nga
28 Thailand MF Jirawat Daokhao
29 Thailand FW Kittipong Wongma
31 Thailand DF Chompoo Sangpo
34 Thailand GK Pusit Pongsura
40 Nigeria FW Adefolarin Durosinmi

Honours[edit]

Domestic Leagues[edit]

Sponsors[edit]

The following are the sponsors of SIS (named "SIS Partners"):

Title Sponsor

Shirt Sponsor

Official Sponsors

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tor Chittinand (2012-03-13). "Si Sa Ket are now Isan United". Bangkok Post. TheThai Premier League has given the green light for Si Sa Ket FC to change their name to Isan United and move to Ubon Ratchathani 

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