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Ansan Police FC

Ansan Police
안산 경찰청
Full name Ansan Police Football Club
안산 경찰청 축구단
Founded 1996
Ground Ansan Wa~ Stadium
Ground Capacity 35,000
Manager Cho Dong-Hyun
League K League Challenge
2013 Season 2nd
Website Club home page

Ansan Police Football Club, commonly known as "Police FC," is a South Korean football club. Police FC's players comprise Korean professional footballers who are serving their two-year military duty.

Police FC have played in the K League Challenge since 2013 and, starting from the 2014 season, play their home games in Ansan.


Originally founded as National Police Department FC in 1961, the club changed its name to Seoul Police Department FC in 1962 then back to its original name in 1967. During its history it won a number of competitions such as the Korean President's Cup National Football Tournament and the Korea Semi-Professional Football League in the 1960s before it was dissolved in November 1967. The club was reinstated in 1996, and it partly consisted of players serving their compulsory two-year military duty, similar to the other military club Sangju Sangmu FC.

Current squad

As of 27 September 2014[1][2]
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
1 GK Jeon Tae-hyun
4 MF Park Hyun-beom
7 MF Lee Yong-rae
10 FW Seo Dong-hyeon
12 FW Kim Byung-suk
13 FW Yoon Jun-ha
15 MF Yoo Ho-joon
17 MF Jo Jae-cheol
18 MF Park Jong-jin
19 FW Ko Kyung-min
No. Position Player
21 MF Lee Jae-kwon
24 MF Kim Do-hoon
26 DF Ahn Dong-eun
27 FW Han Deok-hee
28 FW Kang Jong-gook
30 MF Park Hee-do
32 MF Kim Shin-chul
MF Jwa Joon-hyup
DF Park Se-hwan
DF Kim Sung-hyun


# Name From To Season Notes
Yu Dong-chun 1996/03/29 2001/03/07
First manager
Kim Ki-bok 2001/03/07 ?
Park Dae-je 2005/11/03 ?
Cho Dong-hyun 2010/10/12


See also


  1. ^ "Players Introduction" (in 한국어). National Police Agency Official Website. 
  2. ^ "경찰단 12명 K리그 클래식 복귀...어느 구단이 웃을까" (in 한국어). Sportsseoul. 22 September 2013. 
  3. ^ 안산경찰청프로축구단 엠블럼, 유니폼, 마스코트 공개 (in Korean). Gukje News. 2014-03-18. 

External links

  • (Korean) Official website

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