Three Star Club

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Ruslan Three Star
Logo
Full name Three Star Club
Nickname(s) The Patanes
Founded 1954; 63 years ago (1954)
Ground Dasarath Rangasala Stadium,
Tripureshwor, Kathmandu, Nepal
Ground Capacity 17,500
Chairman Arun Man Joshi
Manager Krishna Awale
Coach Megh Raj KC

Three Star Club is a Nepali football club based in Patan, Lalitpur. They play in the Nepalese first division, the Martyr's Memorial A-Division League. It has a thriving youth academy and has been one of the most successful clubs in Nepalese football.[citation needed]

The club was previously known as the Laxmi Bank Three Star Club for sponsorship reasons and was terminated by 2014 and are now sponsored by Ruslan Vodka. Historically they have fierce rivalry with Manang Marshyangdi Club.

History[edit]

Three Star Club is one of the well-established and developed clubs in Nepal. The club had a modest beginning in 2031B.S. A group of enthusiastic young people of Patan Durbar Square, Mangal Bazar established the club for sports development, social service, personality development and brotherhood. The club has been organizing many activities since then, but it is more recognizable as one of the leading football teams in the country. The number of members is increasing rapidly. Currently, Three Star Club has 380 life members and 129 general members.

Three Star Club’s football journey started from D division league. The club managed to reach A division league in 2039 B.S. Since then, Three Star Club has produced a steady stream of qualitative performance in national and international tournaments. Two times national league champion, the club has an avid fan following in the country and boasts of many national players. They are now the defending champion of Red Bull National League 2015.

Current Squad 2016[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 Nepal GK Alan Neupane
7 Nepal MF Bijay Gurung
8 Nigeria FW Elivis
9 Nepal FW Santosh Sahukhala
10 Nepal FW Bimal Gharti Magar
11 Nepal DF Amar Dangol
12 Nepal MF Bikram Lama
13 Nepal DF Sandip Rai (Vice-Captain)
14 Nepal MF Bishnu Gurung
15 Nepal MF Nirajan Khadka
16 Nepal GK Kiran Chemjong
17 Nepal DF Bishnu Sunuwar
No. Position Player
18 Nepal DF Ranjit Dhimal
20 Nepal MF Asim Jung Karki
21 Nepal MF Prakash Budhathoki
22 Ivory Coast FW Gohi Nini
24 Nigeria DF Peter Segun
25 Nigeria FW Victro Amobi
26 Nepal DF Bijaya Dhimal
27 Nepal DF Saroj Dahal
30 Nepal GK Raju Yogi
98 Nigeria FW Segun
99 Nigeria FW Afeez Olawale

Results accurate up to 25 March 2014.

Date Opponent Result Score* Venue Competition
1 March 2014[1] Manang Marshyangdi Club W 2–1 Nepal Dasarath Rangasala Stadium, Kathmandu, Nepal Martyr's Memorial A-Division League
24 February 2014[2] Sankata Club D 0–0 Nepal Dasarath Rangasala Stadium, Kathmandu, Nepal Martyr's Memorial A-Division League
19 February 2014[3] APF Club W 1–2 Nepal Dasarath Rangasala Stadium, Kathmandu, Nepal Martyr's Memorial A-Division League

* Nepal score always listed first

  Win   Draw   Loss

Achievements[edit]

1996-97, 1997-98, 2004, 2012-13
2007, 2011,[4] 2013
2005, 2007, 2009, 2012
2010, 2011
Runner-Up : 2013
Winner : 2014
Runner-Up : 2015
Winner : 2015
Winner : 2015
Winner : 2016

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Three Star vs Manang Marshyangdi". GoalNepal. Retrieved 25 March 2014. 
  2. ^ "Three Star vs Sankata". GoalNepal. Retrieved 25 March 2014. 
  3. ^ "Three Star vs APF". GoalNepal. Retrieved 25 March 2014. 
  4. ^ http://www.ekantipur.com/2011/01/29/sports/ntsc-bags-aaha-gold-cup/328815.html

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