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A look at the 2016 Regional League divisions (News)
Topic: Regional LeagueRegional League feeling

Regional League feeling
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The new season of the Regional League begins in a few weeks. Since last weeks draw it is known how each of the six groups look like.

The most exciting thing before each season in Thai football is not about what Thai Premier League club signs which foreign player, what player is moving somewhere or where will be a new coach unveiled in the top League. It is rather about how the six divisions of the Regional League will look like. Going hand in hand so, which club has been kicked out, which one is newly added, who has been taken over or got renamed.
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Regional League off in to its sixth season (News)
Topic: Regional LeagueRegional League Cups

The Regional League trophy's
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Three weeks ago the Regional League has seen its kick off to the new season and will last until December including the play-offs. Not many things have changed compared to the last season.

With the opening match between Phrae United and Sukhothai FC, mid February, Thailand's third division started into its new, and sixth season. Compared to the 2013 season, the number of participant teams went down by one from 84 to 83. Not anymore or not once more part of the league is Lopburi, Yasothon, the unsuccessful Laem Chabang and astonishing-wise - Kasetsart FC. The university team from Bangkok had started to build a new stand and just missed promotion to Thailand's Division 1 eventually in the play-offs. In reverse, Hat Yai is making a return after an one year break. The promoted teams from the Khǒr Royal Cup, an amateur competition, and with it for the first time in Division 2 are: Bangkok JW University and Ratchapruek College.
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Regional League play-off draw 2013 and a five hour waiting (News)
Topic: Regional LeagueSukhothai against Chumphon

Sukhothai against Chumphon
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The eagerly awaited draw for the promotion round to Thailand's second tier took place on Monday in Ang Thong. A report on what it means to wait five hours for a draw.

On neutral field in Ayutthaya the last participant for the play-offs was determined on Sunday between the third of the North Division - Sukhothai FC, and the second from the South - Chumphon FC. The 2.000 spectators, who for the most part came from Sukhothai, got a rather mediocre game to watch with few highlights. All resulting from set pieces. And so it was not a surprise the winning goal of the night fell after a corner kick (79') when former Osotspa Saraburi player Theodore Yuyun, left unmarked, converted from the edge of the box comfortably.
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Regional League final with no surprises (News)
Topic: Regional LeagueKasetsart Fans

Kasetsart Fans celebrating
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With the final whistle of the Regional League on Sunday, eleven of twelve participants for the Regional League play-offs, also called "Division 2 Champions League", are certain. With less surprises. There were less changes at the top of all six divisions since the end of first half of the season.

Chiang Mai, Roi Et United, Paknampho NSRU and Narathiwat United asserted oneself in commanding style in their respective groups. And also Nakhon Nayok and Prachuap FC did. But both were intercepted on the very last matchday by Look E-San and Ang Thong and had to be content with a second place finish. Udon Thani in the North-East region could assert itself clearly as second behind Roi Et United. The result on the last day of the league with fringe players against the crowned champion, which resulted in a 0-1 loss, did not matter.
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Regional League 2013 on its final stretch (News)
Topic: Regional LeagueSukhothai FC Ultras

Sukhothai FC Ultras
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Only five rounds to go in Thailand's Regional League until the candidates for the play-offs are certain. Who is hot and who is not? We give you a brief overview on how they could look like and who is in the hunt.

The Regional League 2013, which is split into six divisions for the first time since its introduction in 2008 is just five rounds away of its season end. As well as during the last years, a play-off round is going to decide who is getting promoted to Division One. At that we surely will welcome some new "faces". Despite of one more group, the mode of the Play-offs will stay the same compared to last years.
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AFC Champions League
 

21 February 2018
 
16:00

Buriram United -   Jeju United 0-2
 

Thai League - matchday 3
 

23 February 2018
 
20:00

Air Force
-   Muang Thong
-:-
 

24 February 2018
 
17:45
Chonburi FC
-   Sukhothai FC
-:-
 
18:00
Navy FC
-   Bangkok Glass
-:-
 
19:00
Prachuap FC
-   Pattaya United
-:-
 
20:00
Port FC
-   Ratchaburi FC
-:-
 

25 February 2018
 
18:00
Chainat FC
-   Buriram FC
-:-
 
18:00
Bangkok United
-   Suphanburi FC
-:-
 
19:00
Chiang Rai Utd
-   Police Tero
-:-
 
19:00
N. Ratchasima
-   Ubon UMT
-:-
 


Thai League 2 - matchday 3
 

23 February 2018
 
 
18:00

Kasetsart FC
-   Trat FC
-:-
 

24 February 2018
 
18:00
Lampang FC
-   Sisaket FC
-:-
 
19:00
Thai Honda
-   Rayong FC
-:-
 
20:00
Chiang Mai FC
-   Nong Bua
-:-
 

25 February 2018
 
18:00
Ang Thong
-   Udon Thani FC
-:-
 
18:00
Krabi FC
-   Samut Sakhon FC
-:-
 
19:00
Army United
-   Khon Kaen FC
-:-
 

Thai League 3 - matchday 2
16 - 19 February
 
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