Chonburi FC

Thai Premier League

Chonburi FC 2017 Nike Home and Away Kits

Football Fashion at related • 0 views
Defending Thailand FA Cup champions Chonburi Football Club have released their 2017 Nike home and away kits for the upcoming Thai League season. Now in their twentieth year of existence, Chonburi FC will be back in a striped home jersey for the first time since 2013. The shirt uses two shades of blue to good [.

Chonburi FC 2016 Nike Home and Away Kits

Football Fashion at related • 1 view
Regular Thai Premier League title contenders Chonburi Football Club unveiled their 2016 home and away [...]

Chonburi FC 2015 Nike Home and Away Kits

Football Fashion at related • 0 views
Popular Thai Premier League side Chonburi Football Club recently unveiled their 2015 home and away [...]

Chonburi FC 2013 Nike Home and Away Kits

Football Fashion at related • 0 views
Nike Thailand and Chonburi F.C. have unveiled the new Chonburi club kits for 2013/2014 season [...]

hat trick

AFC: Asian competition returns with Cup quarter-finals

Stoppage Time at related • 0 views

The quarter-final, first leg ties in the AFC Cup, Asian football's second-tier competition, were played today.

The first match of the day saw Iraqi side Arbil Sports Club take a crucial 2-1 lead from Indonesian outfit Persipura Jayapura who had home advantage today but didn't make the most of it.

Results and News from 7/5/2008 Club Action

Soccer City FC at related • 1 view
Toronto FC's Academy squad tied London City 2-2 in Canadian Soccer League action.

SK Brann scored 4 times in their victory over FK Bodø/Glimt in today's Tippeligaen action. Forward Thorstein Helstad ended the match with a hat-trick adding to his league-leading goal total.


Former Persijap Defender Gets Thai Call Up

Jakarta Casual at related • 3 views
Phaitoon Thiabma, who enjoyed a couple of spells with Persijap in the Indonesia Super League, has been called up by new Thai coach Winnie Schaefer ahead of their opening World Cup Qualifiers.
Missing from the squad is the Thai Premier League's Sarayut Chaikamdee. I watched Thailand during last years AFF Cup and often felt their game lacked its normal fluidity by having the relativley static Sarayut as a target man.

Guest Column - Dale Farrington

Jakarta Casual at related • 0 views
As recently as October, 2008 I was at the Thunderdome in a crowd of less than 300 people. And, if it hadn't been for the two coach loads of SriRacha fans who were also in the stadium, which at the time consisted of just one stand, it would have been considerably less. When you bear in mind that, even though they were top of the league, they brought no fans whatsoever to Assumption for the two clubs meeting earlier that season (unless you count the minibus full of African schoolboys from M.

Thai SEA Games Squad

Jakarta Casual at related • 0 views

Kawin Thammasatchanon (MuangThong United)
Ukrit Wongmeema (MuangThong United)


Kiatprawut Saiwaeo (Chonburi FC)
Suttinan Phuk-hom (Chonburi FC)
Jetsadakorn Hemdaeng (Chonburi FC)
Polawat Wangkahart (Bangkok Glass FC)
Piyachart Tamaphan (MuangThong United)
Theeratorn Boonmatan (Provincial Electricity Authority FC)
Sujarit Jantakul (Sriracha FC)


Adul Lahso (Chonburi FC)
Arthit Sunthornpit (Chonburi FC)
Phanuwat Jinta (Chonburi FC)
Kriangkhai Pimrat (Chonburi FC)
Apipu Suntornpanavej (Provincial Electricity Authority FC
Kabfah Boonmatoon (Osotspa Saraburi FC)
Sumanya Purisai (Osotspa Saraburi FC)
Anawin Jujeen (Bangkok Glass FC)


Teerasil Dangda (Muangthong United)
Keerati Keawsombat (Telephone Organization of Thailand FC)
Sompong Soleb (Thai Port FC)

Bangkok Glass

Jakarta Casual at related • 2 views

They have 16 points from six games, three points clear of Osotspa M-150 and Chonburi FC in the 16-team league.
For many fans, this is a surprise. In fact, it is not as Bangkok Glass are "old wine in a new bottle".
Bangkok Glass were formerly known as Krung Thai Bank, who were disbanded after last season to avoid legal problems.

Geylang United

Singapore Cup continues to pepper with strong regional flavour

BoLASEPaKO at related • 0 views
(This entry is formulated with extracts from the press release issued by the Football Association of Singapore)

(Pictured above) The result of the draw

Defending champions Bangkok Glass confirmed the earlier quibbles of not coming back to defend the RHB Singapore Cup they won last year, while last season's runners-up Tampines Rovers will face Geylang United in a "eastern derby" showdown.

King's Cup Squads

Jakarta Casual at related • 1 view
Without players from SAFFC, Home United, Geylang United and the Indonesian contingent coach Raddy Avramovic has called up some new faces for the King's Cup in Bangkok

Goalkeepers: Hassan Sunny, Jasper Chan
Defenders: Shahril Alias, Eddie Chang, Afiq Yunos, Safuwan Baharudin, Irwan Shah, Jeremy Chiang
Midfielders: Shukor Zailan, Syakir Sulaiman, Hariss Harun, Shi Jiayi, Shahril Ishak, Tengku Mushadad, Fazli Ayob, Raihan Abdul Rahman
Forwards: Fazrul Nawaz, Khairul Amri, Aleksandar Duric, Fadhil Noh, Khairul Nizam

Thai Squad

Goalkeepers:Kitisak Rawangpa (Bangkok Glass FC) Kawin Thammasatchanon (MuangThong United)
Defenders:Suree Sukha (Chonburi FC) Suttinan Phuk-hom (Chonburi FC) Cholratit Jantakam (Chonburi FC) Piyachart Tamaphan (MuangThong United) Nattaporn Phanrit (MuangThong United) Panupong Wongsa (MuangThong United)
Midfielders:Datsakorn Thonglao (MuangThong United) Pichitphong Choeichiu (MuangThong United) Therdsak Chaiman (Chonburi FC) Adul Lahso (Chonburi FC) Sutee Suksomkit (Bangkok Glass FC) Anawin Jujeen (Bangkok Glass FC) Narongchai Vachiraban (Police United FC) Rangsan Viwatchaichok (Buriram PEA FC)
Forwards:Teeratep Winothai (MuangThong United) Anon Sangsanoi (BEC Tero Sasana) Keerati Keawsombat (Telephone Organization of Thailand FC) Sompong Soleb (Thai Port FC)

Melbourne Victory

Thailand Squad AFF Cup 2010

Jakarta Casual at related • 0 views
Goalkeepers: Sinthaweechai Hathairattanakool (Chonburi FC) and Sivaruk Tedsungnern (Buriram PEA)

Defenders: Panupong Wongsa, Nataporn Phanrit (Muang Thong United), Chonlatit Jantakam, Suttinun Phukhom, Suree Sukha, Natthaphong Samana (Chonburi FC) and Teeratorn Boonmathan (Buriram PEA)

Midfielders: Suchao Nutnum, Rangsan Vivatchaichok (Buriram PEA), Datsakorn Thonglao, Naruepol Ar-romsawa, Phichitphong Cheuichieu (Muang Thong United), Wichaya Dechmitr, Sutee Suksomkit (Bangkok Glass FC), Therdsak Chaiman (Chonburi FC) and Surat Sukha (Melbourne Victory)

Strikers: Teerasil Dangda (Muang Thong United), Sarayoot Chaikamdee (Thai Port FC), Teerathep Winothai (BEC Tero) and Kirati Keawsombut (Buriram PEA)

Thai Squad v Singapore

Jakarta Casual at related • 0 views

Sintaweechai Hathairattanakul (Persib Bandung - Indonesia), Kittisak Rawangpa (Osotspa-150 Saraburi FC)


Suree Sukha (Chonburi FC), Sutthinun Phuk-Hom (Chonburi FC), Nattaporn Panrit MuangThong United), Panupong Wongsa (Provincial Electricity Authority FC) ,
Nattapong Samana (Chonburi FC) , Kiatprawut Saiwaew (Chonburi FC) Peter Lang (FC Schaffhausen - Switzerland)


Suchao Nuchnum (Persib Bangdung - Indonesia) , Surat Sukha (Melbourne Victory - Australia)
Sutee Suksomkit (Melbourne Victory - Australia), Rangsan Viwatchaichok (Provincial Electricity Authority FC) Nirut Surasiang (Hong Anh Gia Lai - Vietnam) Dasakorn Thonglao (Hong Anh Gia Lai - Vietnam) Therdsak Chaiman (Chonburi FC)


Teeratep Winothai (Muangthong United) Teerasil Dangda (Muangthong United) Pipat Thonkanya (Persisam Samarinda - Indonesia) Anon Sangsanoi (Bec Tero Sasana FC)

Melbourne Victory: Thai delight

Football in the Capital at related • 4 views
Thailand midfielder Surat Sukha is set to become the first Thai to play in the Australian league.

Great news for the A-League and a fantastic initiative by Melbourne. Let's Surat brings a little bit of Thai football skill to our league and has a great season.

And for my AFL friends when did a Melbourne AFL Club ever recruit an Asian player!

ACL Rd 6: Melbourne 3, Chonburi 1

MVFC Blog at related • 2 views
For a game with nothing at stake, last night's Melbourne Victory game was one of the most enjoyable Victory matches I've seen in a while. Maybe it's because there was nothing to play for (except pride of course). This was free-flowing football, with plenty of chances at both ends and nice saves from both 'keepers.

Preview: Melbourne Victory vs. Chonburi FC

MVFC Blog at related • 0 views
The Melbourne Victory finishes off its first Asian Champions League campaign with nothing to play for but pride, up against an opponent with just as little to play for. Melbourne could finish second in the group if it beats Chonburi FC tomorrow - a small consolation to cap off a frustrating ACL debut.

Preview: Melbourne Victory vs. Chonburi FC

MVFC Blog at related • 0 views
The Melbourne Victory finishes off its first Asian Champions League campaign with nothing to play for but pride, up against an opponent with just as little to play for. Melbourne could finish second in the group if it beats Chonburi FC tomorrow - a small consolation to cap off a frustrating ACL debut.

ACL Rd 2 videos: Group G

MVFC Blog at related • 1 view
Chonburi FC 3, Melbourne Victory 1×8Eb3l4Pzg

ACL Rd 2: Chonburi FC vs Melbourne Victory, 3 - 1

MVFC Blog at related • 4 views
Well that wasn't expected. Chonburi FC wreaked havoc on the Melbourne Victory last night, trumping the Aussies with a 3-1 victory that put them at the top of Group G. While Melbourne's performance against the Chunnam Dragons mirrored the type of football they were playing towards the end of the A-League season, last night regurgitated memories of [.

Preview: Chonburi FC vs Melbourne Victory

MVFC Blog at related • 2 views
Chonburi FC hosts the Melbourne Victory tomorrow night in Bangkok. It may not be their home stadium, but the Thai champions will be hoping that the heat and humidity of Bangkok will give them an edge over the Victory. Both teams enter the match on the back of a good result: Melbourne downed the Chunnam Dragons [.

ACL Rd 1 Videos: Group G

MVFC Blog at related • 0 views
Melbourne Victory vs. Chunnam Dragons, 2 - 0

The Rest

AFC Champions League 2012

Periodismo de fútbol internacional at related • 0 views

Se está disputando la edición 2012 del máximo certamen asiático de clubes, que se jugó por primera vez en 1967 como "Asian Champion Club Tournament". Participan los principales equipos de las doce asociaciones mejor rankeadas de Asia (6 del Oeste y 6 del Este).
Un total de 36 equipos formaron parte esta vez, comenzando con dos rondas previas a la fase final de grupos.

"Matchpix" - May 2012

BoLASEPaKO at related • 0 views
(P.S: If you access this site via "", please click the "Facebook" icon after you click "HERE" when you want to view the album as that will redirect you to the album, thank you)
  • S.League - Geylang Utd 0-2 Harimau Muda 03/05/12
Yazid Yasin - the pillar of the Eagles in difficult timesFirst "LIVE" TV shot of the season and glad to meet up with the "guru" before he thought I disappeared.

[Feature] The Braveheart Siva (PART TWO)

BoLASEPaKO at related • 1 view

It is a form of gratitude that he want to repay those who believe in him in the first place that center-back felt Thailand is the place to be.

"It was while training with Chonburi FC that I told them I wanted to play there and with their help I was able to play for Ban Bueng FC, whose owner is also the brother of the Chonburi FC's owner.

AFC Cup 2011 Quarter Finals

Jakarta Casual at related • 2 views
THE QUARTER-FINALS (September 13 and 27)

Persipura Jayapura (Indonesia) vs Arbil (Iraq)
Chonburi FC (Thailand) vs Nasaf (Uzbekistan)
Kuwait SC (Kuwait) vs Muong Thong United (Thailand)
Al Wehdat (Jordan) vs Duhok (Iraq)

SEMI-FINALS (October 4 and 18)

Winner of QF2 and Winner of QF4
Winner of QF1 and Winner of QF3

FINAL (October 29)

Winner of SF 1 vs Winner of SF 2
Gonna be tough for the local lads is my succinct comment!

Thailand Olympic Qualifier Squad

Jakarta Casual at related • 1 view
Goalkeepers: Ukrit Wongmeema (Buriram FC), Kawin Thamsatchanan (Muang Thong)

Defenders: Komkrit Camsokchuerk (Roi Et), Theeratorn Boonmatan (Buriram-PEA), Chalermsuk Kaewsuktae (Chainat FC), Todsapol Lated (Thai Port FC)

Midfielders: Sujarit Jantakul (Sriracha FC), Seeket Madputeh (Pattaya United), Supakorn Prompinit (Sriracha FC), Pokklaw A-Nan (Police Uited) Phuritad Jarikanon (Chonburi FC), Niranrit Jarernsuk (Pattaya United), Attapong Nooprom (Sriracha FC), Weerawut Kayem (Muang Thong)

Strikers: Chayanan Pombuppha (Police Uited), Patchaya Narach (n/a), Krirkrit Thaweekarn (Sriracha FC), Thanat Jantaya (Air Force United)
They play Palestine next week after friendlies against Malaysia and Pakistan.

Chonburi punished for fan violence

Jakarta Casual at related • 2 views

Chonburi FC have been ordered to play their final home game of the season at a neutral ground after crowd trouble in the Thai Premier League this week.

Second-placed Chonburi drew 2-2 with relegation strugglers Chula United at Sirindhorn stadium on Wednesday.

Their fans were furious that referee Chaovalit Sananwai disallowed a goal for off-side, a move that dented Chonburi's chance of winning the title.

Asian Champions League Preview: Chonburi FC

MVFC Blog at related • 3 views
This is the third in our series of Asian Champions League previews. So far, we have covered the Melbourne Victory and Chunnam Dragons. Location: Chonburi, Thailand Stadium: Suphachalasai Stadium, 35 000 (switched there from Chonburi Municipality Stadium, due to the latter's small size and lack of floodlights) Coach: Annop Singtotong It's hard to find much about Chonburi FC.