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PTT Rayong FC

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PTT Rayong was founded in 1998 and belongs the PTT Public Company, a state-owned oil and gas company. The clubs biggest achievement was promotion to Thailand's Division One in 2008. For two years the club was engaged in relegation battle. But always been able to stay up.

A big turnaround on clubs philosophy, towards more professional structures and a new stadium led to a 4th place in 2011. In 2012 PTT finished 5ft and missed promotion for a second consecutive time. But time has in 2013 when the finsihed third. For the 2014 season the club signed former Thailand head coach and Aston Villa legend Peter Withe who was released halfway into the season.

Notable:

Since it's founding the club did hard to find a proper home and creating a decent fan base. Nearly every six months PTT moved to a new ground or place. In 2011 he did the only right thing, settled in Rayong where the company is based. Right in the heart of the Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhon Herbal Garden, the club conjured a new stadium up out of nothing. It is one of the most modern and most beautiful football venues in Thailand.

players to watch:

Goshi Okubo, Apipoo Suntornpanavech, Woo Geun-jeong

PTT Rayong Stadium

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Name: PTT Rayong Stadium
 
Capacity: ca. 14.000
 
City: Rayong
 
geo-coordinates: 12.767164, 101.164484
 


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PTT Rayong FC
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Facts
founded: 1998
 
president: Saran Rangkhasiri
 
head coach: Teerasak Po-on
 
nickname: Oil Millionaires
 
club colors: Blue/Red
 
website:
www.pttrayongfc.net
 
fansite: n/a
 
twitter: @pttrytw
 
facebook: PTT Rayong on Facebook
 
Honours
Division One 2016
7th
 
 

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