Banbueng F.C.

Thai football club
Football club
Banbueng
บ้านบึง
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Full nameBanbueng Football Club
สโมสรฟุตบอลบ้านบึง
Nickname(s)Banbueng Lions
Founded2016; 6 years ago (2016), as Banbueng United
2017; 5 years ago (2017), as Banbueng
2018; 4 years ago (2018), as Banbueng Phuket City
2020; 2 years ago (2020), as Banbueng
GroundIPE Chonburi Stadium 22
Chonburi, Thailand
Capacity11,000
ChairmanAkpiwat Pattanaphokimsakul
Head CoachPhaisan Pona
LeagueThai League 3
2021–22Thai League 3, 10th of 12 in the Eastern region
Home colours
Current season

Banbueng Football Club (Thai: สโมสรฟุตบอลบ้านบึง) is a Thai football club based in Chonburi Province. The club participates in Thai League 3 Lower Region, the third tier of Thai football league system. The team plays their home matches at IPE Chonburi Stadium. The club is currently playing in the Thai League 3 Eastern region.

History

In the case[1] of Mr. Piti Polnukulpanich Director of Royal Raya Sports Co., Ltd. and President of Phuket F.C. Club. On November 28, 2017, the club announced a decision to cancel the team after FIFA ordered the former three foreign players to pay the amount of 83 million in a case filed from 2012-2015. The former executives canceled the unfair contract. Then there is the capital group from TTM or Thailand Tobacco Monopoly Football Club. Led by Nisit Srisang, a former technical advisor and secretary of the TTM F.C., was appointed as vice president and general manager of Phuket City Team, as well as Mr. Sujit Kalyanamit, former president of the TTM F.C. The new management team is Phuket City will be over the team of Banbueng F.C. to do the competition in the Thai League 3 South Region.

In 2020, the club was renamed back to Banbueng Football Club due to the take over of Banbueng's boards again. They have moved their ground back to Chonburi Province too.

Crest history

  • 2017
    2017
  • 2020–Present
    2020–Present

Stadium and locations

Coordinates Location Stadium Capacity Year
13°19′07″N 101°06′58″E / 13.318501°N 101.116197°E / 13.318501; 101.116197 Chonburi Banbueng Municipality Stadium 2,500 2016–2017
7°53′20″N 98°22′19″E / 7.889023°N 98.371848°E / 7.889023; 98.371848 Phuket Surakul Stadium 16,000 2018–2019
13°24′41″N 100°59′37″E / 13.411302°N 100.993618°E / 13.411302; 100.993618 Chonburi IPE Chonburi Stadium 11,000 2020–present

Seasonal record

As of 17 February 2021[2]
Season League FA Cup League Cup Top goalscorer
Division P W D L F A Pts Pos Name Goals
2016 Bangkok-East 18 9 5 4 30 19 32 3rd R2 QR2
2017 T3 Lower 28 8 6 14 29 48 30 12th Not enter QR2 Ghana Otis Sarfo Adjei 5
2018 T3 Lower 26 11 7 8 29 23 40 5th Not enter Not enter Thailand Jaruwat Nammool 7
2019 T3 Lower 26 10 7 9 33 36 37 6th Not enter QR2 Nigeria Efe Obode 8
2020–21 T3 East 16 7 4 5 29 28 25 4th R1 QR1 Thailand Nattapong Chaidee 3
2021–22 T3 East 22 3 7 12 22 38 16 10th QR QR1 Ivory Coast Oumar Sanou 2
2022–23 T3 East
Champions Runners-up Promoted Relegated

References

  1. ^ "เปิดตัวทีมใหม่"ภูเก็ต"สู้ศึกไทยลีก3 กลุ่มทุนใหญ่ทุ่ม9ล้านซื้อ"บ้านบึง"". khaosod.co.th. Matichon Public Co.,Ltd. 17 May 2018. Retrieved 17 May 2018.
  2. ^ "Table". thaileague.co.th. Thai League. 3 March 2018. Retrieved 3 March 2018.

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