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Siam Navy FC

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Navy FC was founded in 1937 as Royal Thai Navy FC and is one eldest club in Thailand. In 2009 the Club changed its name to Rajnavy and moved to Rayong. Two years later he moved back to Sattahip and eventually got renamed
Navy FC.

The biggest success was the upset win of the Queen's Cup in 2006. That year Navy was relegated to second division, and could surprise all the others. In 2008 the Club gained promotion to the TPL. After the 2010 season the club was able to hold on to the top-flight for a second consecutive time. It was the first time in history for the club to achieve that. Even more the 2010 season was one the most successful in recent club history. Navy progressed to the semi final of the 2010 League Cup as well as the 2010 Thai FA Cup.

After being relegated in 2011, it took the club three years to regain promotion to the Thai Premier League.

Notable:

Like Army United and Police United the club is a military sports club. And in this case of course he belongs to the Royal Thai Navy, which has his naval base in Sattahip.

players to mention:

Björn Lindemann, Intharat Apinyakool, Nataporn Phanrit

5km (Navy) Stadium

5km-Stadium

 
Capacity: ca. 5.000
 
City: Sattahip
 
Geo-coordinates: 12.663657, 100.935749
 
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Navy FC
สโมสรฟุตบอลราชนาวี
Facts
founded: 1937
 
president: Rangsarit Sattayanukul
 
head coach: Somchai Chuayboonchum
 
nickname: Ta Han Nam
 
club colors: Navy/White
 
website:
navyfootballclub.com
 
fansite: n/a
 
twitter: n/a
 
facebook: Navy FC auf Facebook
 
Honours
TPL 2015
15th
 
Thai FA Cup semi-final 2010
 
League Cup
semi-final 2010
 
Queen's Cup winner 2006
 
 

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