Songkhla United F.C.
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|Full name||Songkhla United Football Club
|Nickname(s)||The Southern Fighting Bulls
|Owner||Songkhla Football Co.Utd|
|Head Coach||Nopphorn Ekasatra|
|League||Thai League 2|
2009–2011 Buriram or early years
The club was founded in 2009 as Buriram Football Club by Mrs.Karuna Chidchob (the club president). Management system for professional football club to use. The sports science to strengthen the body of an athlete. and organized cheering the home team and away team.
2012 moved to Songkhla
On 9 January 2012 it was announced that Thai Premier League side PEA. F.C. owner Newin Chidchob would buy out promoted Thai Division 1 League side Buriram F.C. . After Chidchob bought the club he sold the rights to Songkhla F.C.. Chidchob's reason for selling the rights to Songkhla F.C. was to help provincial football stating that Southern Thailand was the only area in Thailand that had never had a Thai Premier League side. After Songkhla F.C. got the rights to the team they requested from the Football Association of Thailand to move the club from Buriram Province to Songkhla Province. They hoped to change the name of Buriram F.C. to Wuachon United and to have two Songkhla teams, one competing in the Thai Division 1 League and the other Songkhla F.C. competing in the Thai Premier League.
On 20 May 2012, for the match Wuachon 1–4 Muangthong United, the highest attendance at Tinsulanon Stadium of 30,102 was recorded.
2013 united with the local team
In 2013, Wauchon United has decided to unit with the local team, Songkhla F.C., as Songkhla United
History of events of 2009–11 Buriram Football Club
History of events of 2012 Wuachon United Football Club
History of events of 2013 Songkhla United Football Club
- Thai Division 1 League
- Winners (1) :2011
- Regional League Division 2
- Winners (1) :2010
- Regional League North-East Division
- Runners Up (1) :2010
Stadium and locations
|Buriram||Buriram Rajabhat University Stadium||?||2009|
|Songkhla||Na Thawi District Stadium||2,000||2016-2017|
Season by season record
|Season||League||FA Cup||League Cup||Queen's
|2009||DIV 2 North-East||20||8||7||5||28||20||31||4th|
|2010||DIV 2 North-East||30||20||5||5||73||28||65||2nd|
|2011||DIV 1||34||25||8||1||84||18||83||1st||R3||R2||Douglas Cardozo||15|
|2015||DIV 1||38||14||9||15||53||60||51||11th||R2||R1||Rufino Sánchez||15|
|2016||DIV 1||26||10||9||7||35||33||39||6th||R2||SF||Willen Mota||20|