Super Reds FC

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Super Reds FC
Super Reds FC.jpg
Full name Super Reds Football Club
Nickname(s) The Bears
Founded 2007
Dissolved 2010
Ground Yishun Stadium
Yishun, Singapore
Ground Capacity 3,700
Chairman South Korea Charlie Yoon Y.G
Manager South Korea Jeon Kyung-Joon

Super Reds Football Club was a South Korean professional football club which played as a foreign team in Singapore's S.League between 2007 and 2009.


The creation of the club in 2007 was driven by the Korean community in Singapore. Parties involved in the governance of the club include the Korean Association of Singapore, and the Korean business community and Korean embassy in Singapore. The club was originally known as Korean Super Reds FC, but changed its name to Super Reds FC in August 2007.

The team play their home games at the Yishun Stadium.

The club's founding Chairman and coach was the Korean football guru Hong In-Woong, who was previously the Technical Director of Sporting Afrique FC. The current chairman is Charlie Yoon, who is the CEO of the club's main sponsor, QT Technology Pte Ltd.


After the 2009 season, Super Reds FC retained just four players from the 2009 season in an attempt to convert into a local team and renamed the team as Yishun Super Reds FC, but the newly reformed Yishun Super Reds FC was denied a place in the 2010 S.League.[1]


Season Pos P W D L F A Pts Singapore Cup Singapore League Cup
2007 12th (Wooden Spoon award) 33 3 9 21 24 80 18 Preliminary Quarter-finals
2008 2nd 33 24 3 6 68 32 75 Quarter-finals Runners-up
2009 5th 33 14 8 8 52 34 50 Preliminary Quarter-finals


Final squad[edit]

As of July 5, 2009

Nationality given from place of birth Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 South Korea GK Kang Su-Ho
2 South Korea DF Kim Shin-Yui
3 South Korea DF Park Chul-Hyung
4 South Korea DF Park Seong-Jin
5 South Korea DF Shin Dae-Kyung
6 South Korea FW Choi Dong-Soo
7 South Korea MF Kwon Jin
8 South Korea MF Yu Hyun-Koo
9 South Korea FW Lee Du-Ri
10 South Korea FW Kim Yoon-Sik
11 South Korea MF Seo Su-Jong
12 North Korea DF Kang Hyun-Soo
13 South Korea DF Kim Seong-Kyu
14 South Korea FW Chang Jo-Yoon
15 South Korea FW Park Kang-Jin
16 South Korea DF Kim Youn-Jin
17 South Korea MF Jeon Byung-Euk
18 South Korea MF Shin Seung-Ki
20 South Korea MF Sin Hyun-Ho
21 South Korea GK Jeon Bong-Seong
22 South Korea MF Park Han-Seok
23 South Korea MF Jin Sung-Won

Current Coaching Staff[edit]


  1. ^ "Football: Super Reds plot their next move". channelnewsasia. 19 January 2010. 

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