Songkhla United F.C.

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Songkhla United
สงขลา ยูไนเต็ด
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Full name Songkhla United Football Club
สโมสรฟุตบอลสงขลา ยูไนเต็ด
Nickname(s) The Southern Fighting Bulls
(วัวชนแดนใต้)
Founded 2009; 8 years ago (2009)
Ground Tinsulanon Stadium
Songkhla, Thailand
Ground Capacity 45,000
Owner Songkhla Football Co.Utd
Chairman Praporn Ek-uru
Head Coach Nopphorn Ekasatra
League Thai League 2
2016 6th
Website Club website
Current season

Songkhla United Football Club (Thai: สโมสรฟุตบอลสงขลา ยูไนเต็ด) is a Thai professional football club based in Songkhla Province. The club currently plays in Thai League 2.

History[edit]

2009–2011 Buriram or early years[edit]

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[edit]

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[edit]

In 2013, Wauchon United has decided to unit with the local team, Songkhla F.C., as Songkhla United

Sponsors[edit]

Period Sportswear Sponsor
2012— Thailand FBT I-Mobile

Timeline[edit]

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

Year Important Events
2009
  • The club is formed as Buriram Football Club, nicknamed The Volcanoes
  • Club admitted to the Regional League North Eastern Division
  • Home games to be played at Buriram Rajabhat University Stadium
  • Boonrurk Boonjarern named as the first ever coach of Buriram
2010
  • Buriram finish as runners-up to Loei City in the North-eastern Regional Division 2.
  • They win the 2010 Division 2 Champions league after beating Phuket 1–0 in the final.
  • The club are promoted to Division 1
2011
2012
2013
  • Wuachon United transfer name is Songkhla United .

Crests[edit]

Honours[edit]

Domestic leagues[edit]

Stadium and locations[edit]

Coordinates Location Stadium Capacity Year
14°59′25″N 103°05′49″E / 14.990273°N 103.097067°E / 14.990273; 103.097067 Buriram Buriram Rajabhat University Stadium  ? 2009
14°56′45″N 103°06′13″E / 14.945915°N 103.103482°E / 14.945915; 103.103482 Buriram I-Mobile Stadium 14,000 2010-2011
7°12′26″N 100°35′55″E / 7.207222°N 100.598611°E / 7.207222; 100.598611 Songkhla Tinsulanon Stadium 35,000 2012-2015
6°44′00″N 100°41′31″E / 6.733468°N 100.691815°E / 6.733468; 100.691815 Songkhla Na Thawi District Stadium 2,000 2016-2017
7°12′26″N 100°35′55″E / 7.207222°N 100.598611°E / 7.207222; 100.598611 Songkhla Tinsulanon Stadium 45,000 2017-

Season by season record[edit]

Season League FA Cup League Cup Queen's
Cup
Kor Royal
Cup
Asia Top scorer
Division P W D L F A Pts Pos Name Goals
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 Brazil Douglas Cardozo 15
2012 TPL 34 9 14 11 46 54 41 13th R3 QF Thailand Kirati Keawsombat 7
2013 TPL 32 7 11 14 30 47 32 12th R3 R3 Thailand Manop Sornkaew 7
2014 TPL 38 8 8 22 39 72 32 18th R4 R1 New Zealand Kayne Vincent 13
2015 DIV 1 38 14 9 15 53 60 51 11th R2 R1 Spain Rufino Sánchez 15
2016 DIV 1 26 10 9 7 35 33 39 6th R2 SF Brazil Willen Mota 20
2017 T2 R1 Not Enter
Champions Runners-up Third Place Promoted Relegated

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

[1] 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 Katanyoo Trongko
2 Thailand DF Nattapong Pephat
3 Thailand DF Nattathorn Pechmanee
4 Thailand MF Sittisak Lertkarom
5 Thailand DF Thanakorn Saipunya
6 South Korea DF Whoo Hyun
8 Brazil MF Diego Lima
9 Georgia (country) FW Giorgi Tsimakuridze
10 Thailand MF Yuttana Chaikaew (captain)
11 Thailand DF Erfan Che-nae
13 Thailand FW Pattana Sokjorhor
14 Thailand FW Abdulsalam Saman
15 Thailand DF Amnat Suknoi
16 Thailand MF Narupon Pumimart
17 Thailand MF Thanawat Kongruang
18 Spain MF Francis Suárez
19 Thailand DF Nathan Rongdech
20 Thailand MF Ameen Yusoh
No. Position Player
21 Thailand MF Wuttichai Sooksen
22 Thailand FW Teerawat Durnee
23 Thailand DF Saranyu Tanompoom
24 Cape Verde MF David Silva
25 Thailand DF Wuttisak Moolmanee
26 Thailand MF Berahan Binha
27 Thailand GK Vichitchai Raksa
28 Thailand MF Thaweesup Srinounnoi
29 Thailand MF Narej Karpkraikaew
31 Thailand DF Sampan Dumsuk
33 Thailand MF Supachai Manjit
35 Thailand GK Niphon Nilchan
36 Thailand FW Kittiphan Chanpho
40 Thailand MF Aphichot Wekarun (on loan from Ubon UMT United)
50 Thailand FW Adisak Srikampang (on loan from Chonburi)
99 Thailand DF Jakapong Yaito

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