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South Korea national beach soccer team

Korea Republic
Shirt badge/Association crest
Nickname(s) Taegeuk Warriors
The Red Devils
The Reds
Association Korea Football Association
Confederation AFC (Asia)
Head coach Park Mal-Bong
Asst coach Kim Hae-Gook
Captain Kang Eun-Seok
AFC Beach Soccer Championship
Appearances 0
Asian Beach Games
Appearances 1 (First in 2008)
Best result 4th, 2008
2008 Asian Beach Games players.

The Korea Republic national beach soccer team represents South Korea in international beach soccer competitions and is controlled by the Korea Football Association, the governing body for beach soccer in South Korea.


  • Current squad 1
  • Tournament records 2
    • FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup 2.1
    • AFC Beach Soccer Championship 2.2
    • Asian Beach Games 2.3
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Current squad

Current as of 13 October 2008

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 Park Jun-Hyuk
2 DF Lee Ho-Chang
3 MF Yoo Sung-Ryong
5 DF Lim Jung-Ha
6 DF Yoon Sin-Young
No. Position Player
7 DF Kang Eun-Seok (captain)
8 MF Lee Han-Soo
9 MF Sin Han-Kook
10 FW Choi Kyung-Jin
11 FW Shim Jong-Bo
  • Head Coach: Park Mal-Bong
  • Assistant Coach: Kim Hae-Gook

Tournament records

FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup

  • 1995 – Didn't enter
  • 1996 – Didn't enter
  • 1997 – Didn't enter
  • 1998 – Didn't enter
  • 1999 – Didn't enter
  • 2000 – Didn't enter
  • 2001 – Didn't enter
  • 2002 – Didn't enter
  • 2003 – Didn't enter
  • 2004 – Didn't enter
  • 2005 – Didn't enter
  • 2006 – Didn't enter
  • 2007 – Didn't enter
  • 2008 – Didn't enter
  • 2009 – Didn't enter
  • 2011 – Didn't enter
  • 2013 – Didn't enter

AFC Beach Soccer Championship

  • 2006 – Didn't enter
  • 2007 – Didn't enter
  • 2008 – Didn't enter
  • 2009 – Didn't enter
  • 2011 – Didn't enter
  • 2013 – Didn't enter

Asian Beach Games


External links

  • Korea Football Association (Korean)(English)(Japanese)
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