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Gwangju Sangmu Bulsajo

Sangju Sangmu
상주 상무
logo
Full name Sangju Sangmu Football Club
상주 상무 프로축구단
Nickname(s) Bulsajo (Phoenix)
Founded 2011 as Sangju Sangmu Phoenix[1]
1984 as Sangmu FC (Original)
Ground Sangju Civic Stadium
Ground Capacity 15,042
Owner South Korea Korea Armed Forces Athletic Corps
Chairman South Korea Seong Baek-Young (mayor)
Manager South Korea Park Hang-Seo
League South Korea K League Challenge
2012 Season 16th (Withdrew after 30th round, relegated)
Website Club home page
Home colours
Away colours
Current season

Sangju Sangmu FC (Korean: 상주 상무 프로축구단), is a professional football club that participates in the K League Challenge. The club is based in Sangju, South Korea. Sangmu (상무, 尙武) is the sports division of the Military of South Korea. Since 2013, Officially removed phoenix in the club name. The club's mascot is the Bulsajo, which translates to phoenix in English. The club's hometown was moved from Gwangju to Sangju, Gyeongsangbuk-do after Gwangju founded new professional club Gwangju FC In 2011.

History

Origin - Army FC, Navy FC, Air Force FC era (?-1983)

There were ROK Army FC, ROK Navy FC, ROK Air Force FC until 1983 in Korea. ROK Marine Corps FC became ROK Navy FC in 1973. The 3 military football clubs were consolidated into one, football side of Korea Armed Forces Athletic Corps in January 1984.

Founding and Sangmu Semi-professional FC era (1984–2002)

Sangmu FC was founded on 11 January 1984, as the football side of Korea Armed Forces Athletic Corps.[2][3] Although Sangmu squad was composed of professional players from K-League club, Sangmu FC competed in the Semi-professional league (present Korea National League). In 1985 Sangmu joined the K-League for the 1985 season, but spent only one year in the league before dropping out.

Sangmu's playing staff is made up of young Korean professional footballers serving their compulsory two year military duty. Fifteen players join up at the start of every season and spend two years with the side before returning to their previous professional club. Sangmu are not allowed to sign any foreign players because of their military status. The military nature of the club means that the overwhelming majority of the players are in their early 20s, and thus lack the playing experience of the opponents. As a consequence, the club has historically been underachievers in the K-League.

The reserve side, Sangmu B, competed in the K2 League from 2003 to 2005 before joining the K-League reserve league. It finished runners-up in the 2003 K2 League season, and was based in Icheon for the three years it competed at K2 level.

Gwangju Sangmu FC era (2003–2010)

After establishing a home base in Gwangju, the club rejoined the K-League at the start of the 2003 season as Gwangju Sangmu Bulsajo. Since 2008, the club has been known as Gwangju Sangmu FC.

Sangju Sangmu FC era (2011–present)

Once Gwangju FC was established, Gwangju Sangmu FC moved to Sangju, Gyeongsangbuk-do. So since 2011 season, the club has been known as Sangju Sangmu Phoenix FC.[4] Club official name was changed to Sangju Sangmu Phoenix FC in January 2010.[5]

Because Korea Armed Forces Athletic Corps move to Mungyeong, near Sangju.

Records

Season Division Tms. Pos. FA Cup AFC CL
1985 K1 8 6 - -
1996 Amateur Era Round of 16 -
1997 1st Round -
1998 Round of 16 -
1999 Quarter-final -
2000 Round of 16 -
2001 Round of 16 -
2002 Round of 16 -
2003 K1 12 10 Round of 16 -
2004 K1 13 8 Quarter-final -
2005 K1 13 13 Round of 16 -
2006 K1 14 14 Round of 16 -
2007 K1 14 14 Round of 16 -
2008 K1 14 14 Quarter-final -
2009 K1 15 11 Round of 16 -
2010 K1 15 14 Quarter-final -
2011 K1 16 14 Round of 16 -
2012 K1 16 16 Round of 16 -
2013 K2 10 -
Key
  • Tms. = Number of teams
  • Pos. = Position in league

Club honours

Reserve team

2003

Amateur

1984
1996

Players

Current squad

As of 5 July 2013

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 South Korea GK Kim Ho-Jun
2 South Korea DF Yoo Ji-Hoon
3 South Korea DF Lee Yong-Gi
4 South Korea DF Bang Dae-Jong
5 South Korea DF Jang Suk-Won
6 South Korea MF Baek Jong-Hwan
7 South Korea MF Lee Seung-Hyun
8 South Korea MF Lee Ho
9 South Korea FW Ha Tae-Goon
10 South Korea MF Kim Jae-Sung
11 South Korea FW Lee Keun-Ho
12 South Korea MF Kim Jung-Bin
13 South Korea MF Jung Hoon
14 South Korea MF Ha Sung-Min
15 South Korea MF Kim Dong-Chan
16 South Korea MF Kim Young-Sin
17 South Korea FW Lee Sang-Hyup
18 South Korea MF Lee Sang-Ho
19 South Korea MF Ko Jae-Sung
20 South Korea MF Baek Ji-Hoon
21 South Korea GK Kim Min-Sik
No. Position Player
22 South Korea MF Park Sang-Hee
23 South Korea MF Jang Hyuk-Jin
24 South Korea MF Kim Sung-Min
25 South Korea DF Choi Chul-Soon
26 South Korea DF Ahn Il-Joo
27 South Korea DF Lee Jae-Seong
28 South Korea MF Yang Joon-A
29 South Korea DF Kim Young-Bin
31 South Korea GK Hong Jeong-Nam
32 South Korea DF Kim Hyung-Il
33 South Korea MF Kim Hong-Il
34 South Korea DF Lee Sang-Hee
35 South Korea FW Kim Myung-Woon
36 South Korea DF Jeong Ho-Jeong
37 South Korea FW Jung Jung-Seok
38 South Korea MF Lee Jong-Sung
39 South Korea FW Shin Yeon-Soo
40 South Korea MF Park Tae-Woong
41 South Korea GK Kang Sung-Kwan
42 South Korea DF Song Won-Jae
44 South Korea DF Yong Hyun-Jin

Managers

# Name From To Season Notes
South Korea Kim Young-Bae 1984/01/11 1984/??/?? 1984 (Semi-professional)
South Korea Jang Jong-Dae 1985/??/?? 1985/07/09 1985
South Korea Kim Young-Bae 1985/07/10 1989/12/?? 1985
1986-1989 (Semi-professional)
South Korea Lee Kang-Jo 1990/??/?? 2010/10/27 1990-2002 (Semi-professional)
2003-2010
1 South Korea Lee Soo-Chul 2010/10/28 2011/07/13 2010–2011
C South Korea Kim Tae-Wan 2011/07/14 2011/12/29 2011
2 South Korea Park Hang-Seo 2011/12/30 present 2012–present

Season record

K-League

Gwangju Sangmu
Season Teams P W D L GF GA GD Pts Position Korean FA Cup League Cup Top scorer
(League goals)
1985 8 21 6 7 8 23 30 −7 19 6th None None South Korea Hong Seok-Min (6)
2003 12 44 13 7 24 41 60 −19 46 10th Round of 16 None South Korea Lee Dong-Gook (11)
2004 13 24 6 11 7 18 20 −2 29 8th Quarter-finals 10th South Korea Park Jung-Hwan (4)
2005 13 24 4 5 15 23 38 −15 17 13th Round of 16 11th South Korea Kim Sang-Rok (5)
2006 14 26 5 8 13 17 29 −12 23 14th Round of 16 11th South Korea Kang Yong (4)
South Korea Chung Kyung-Ho (4)
2007 14 26 2 6 18 14 44 −30 12 14th Round of 16 Group stage South Korea Namgung Do (7)
2008 14 26 3 7 16 22 46 −24 16 14th Quarter-finals Group stage South Korea Kim Myung-Joong (7)
2009 15 28 9 3 16 33 40 −7 30 11th Round of 16 Group stage South Korea Choi Sung-Kuk (9)
2010 15 28 3 10 15 17 43 −26 19 14th Quarter-finals Group stage South Korea Choi Sung-Kuk (4)
Sangju Sangmu Phoenix
2011 16 30 7 8 15 36 53 −17 29 14th Round of 16 Group stage South Korea Kim Jung-Woo (15)

R-League

Gwangju Sangmu Reserves
Season Stage Teams P W D L GF GA GD Pts Position Top scorer
(League goals)
2002 South Group 5 16 7 7 2 33 18 +15 28 1st
Playoff 4 1 0 0 1 0 1 −1 0 Semi-finals
2006 Group A 4 18 6 4 8 23 26 −3 22 4th
2007 Group B 4 18 7 4 7 28 25 +3 25 3rd
2008 Group B 8 21 9 4 8 29 29 0 31 6th
2009 Group B 4 12 5 3 4 20 15 +5 18 2nd
2010 Group B 8 14 6 2 6 23 24 −1 20 4th
Sangju Sangmu Phoenix Reserves
2011 Group B 8 21 11 4 6 33 32 +1 37 1st

Korea National League

Icheon Sangmu
Season Stage Teams P W D L GF GA GD Pts Position League Cup Top scorer
(League goals)
2003 First Stage 10 9 4 2 3 15 13 +2 14 4th None South Korea Lee Gwang-Jae (7)
Second Stage 10 9 5 4 0 18 9 +9 19 1st
Playoff 2 2 0 1 1 4 5 −1 1 Runner-up
2004 First Stage 10 9 6 1 2 12 9 +3 19 3rd Group stage South Korea Kim Man-Joong (3)
South Korea Park Jung-Hwan (3)
Second Stage 10 9 2 4 3 11 12 −1 10 6th
2005 First Stage 11 10 4 3 3 11 8 +3 15 6th Semi-finals South Korea Oh Jung-Seok (7)
Second Stage 11 10 5 3 2 11 6 +5 18 2nd

Crests

Kit Supplier

See also

External links

  • (Korean) Sangju Sangmu Phoenix Official Website

References

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