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Bangkok Glass wins Thai FA Cup 2014 (News)
Topic: Thai League Cup and FA CupLazarus Kaimbi

Lazarus Kaimbi celebrates
image: © Bangkok Glass FC

One single goal, late in the Thai FA Cup Final 2014 was enough for Bangkok Glass to win their first, much longed for , major domestic title. Chonburi who have missed out the TPL title a few days ago, left empty-handed again.

Bangkok Glass did it. The club is 3 million Baht richer and thanks to a goal of Lazarus Kaimbi, can put an important domestic trophy in his, nearly, yawning empty trophy cabinet for the first time. The Queen's Cup which the Rabbits could win in 2010 (and today is no more held) finally, gets some company. In addition Bangkok Glass grabbed a sport for the Play-offs to the AFC Champions League next year. Provided, the AFC confirms three slots for Thailand at the end of the month.
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Udon Thani close to a surprise; Thai FA Cup draw (News)
Topic: Thai League Cup and FA CupDer thailändische Ligapokal

image: © Thananuwat Srirasant

While midweek the first legs of the League Cup quarter finals were played, the draw to the round of last 16 of the Thai FA Cup was held on Monday.

In the League Cup quarterfinals this Wednesday four TPL-Teams, two second division teams and two teams from the Regional League have met in ties, who turned out to be low scoring affairs. Only five goals the spectators got to see all over the places. Of all teams, Regional League side Udon Thani FC, would have provided almost for the biggest upset against title holding Buriram United. Although some regulars were spared with Carmelo and Patino, it was a starting elven one would not easily call a second string or a team made of fringe players. At least, Osmar Ibanez could be found in the starting line-up as well as new signing Jesús Berrocal. With a lot of good fortune the underdog could hold on to a goalles draw till few second before the final whistle.
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Thai Cup Competitions 2013 picking up pace (News)
Topic: Thai League Cup and FA CupThai FA Cup

Defending champion Buriram
image: © Thananuwat Srirasant

The Thai FA Cup is kicking off his 2013 season with its first proper round being played this Wednesday. While the League Cup is picking up pace with his second round played at the beginning of May. So everything is set for David against Goliath.

The FA cup starts into his 2013 season this Wednesday on 24 April, when will see the first proper round played. The tournament is open to all teams registered with the FA, which means for amateur sides as well as for professionals. The only thing one needs to do, is to register for the competition with the FA and pay the required fee.
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Thai FA Cup: Army United through to the final (News)
Topic: Thai League Cup and FA CupGoran Jerkovic

Goran Jerkovic taking a shot
image: © Thananuwat Srirasant

Beating Bangkok Glass in the semis of the Thai FA Cup, Buriram United made it to the final for a second consecutive time. Army United had to come from behind to eventually celebrate its first FA Cup final birth.

Both semi-final encounters were scheduled for Wednesday, 24 November. However, only the tie between Buriram and Bangkok Glass FC could take place as scheduled. Because of a heavy downpour and in subsequence unplayable field conditions the second semi-final between Army United and Chiang Rai United had to be shifted for 24 hours.
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Thai FA Cup: Lindemann lifts Army United into the semis (News)
Topic: Thai League Cup and FA CupBjörn Lindemann

Björn Lindemann
image: © Thananuwat Srirasant

The quarter final meetings of the Thai FA cup produced nearly no upset. Although one could name Army United's win over Muang Thong as such, taken the statistics from the recent Thai Cup seasons into consideration, it is not.

It was just a fortnight ago that Muang Thong and Army United faced each other at the same place in the league. At that time the match did not really had something in common with football and rather was more like swimming on a duck pond as it took place mainly under a heavy rainfall. Yet domestically unbeaten Muang Thong returned last Wednesday for the FA Cup quarter-final tie. Army's German midfielder Bjorn Lindemann, who had to be subbed with a slight knee injury against Wuachon United, found himself on the bench. However under the new-old interim coach things looking brighter for him than under the charge of Amnart Chalermchaowarit.
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Tyota League Cup semi-finals
 

19 September 2018 - Supachalasai Stadium
 
19:00
N. Ratchasima
- Chiang Rai Utd

2-4 (pen)
 

19 September 2018 - Boonyachinda Stadium
 
19:00
Buriram United
- Bangkok Glass

1-2
 
Thai League - matchday 30
 

15 September 2018
 
17:45
Suphanburi FC
- Ubon UMT

2-2
 
18:00
Port FC
- N. Ratchasima

4-0
 
19:00
Bangkok Glass
-

Chiang Rai Utd

0-0
 
19:00
Police Tero
- Air Force

2-3
 
20:00
Sukhothai FC
- Pattaya United

4-0
 

16 September 2018
 
18:00
Chonburi FC
- Bangkok United

2-4
 
18:00
Ratchaburi FC
- Chainat FC

2-1
 
19:00
Navy FC
- Prachuap FC

1-1
 
19:00
Muang Thong
- Buriram United

0-3
 

Thai League 2 - matchday 28

15 September 2018
 
18:00

PTT Rayong
-   Ang Thong
1-3
 
19:00
Kasetsart FC
-   Army United
2-1
 
20:00
Nong Bua
-   Rayong FC
1-2
 

16 September 2018
 
18:00
Trat FC
-   Samut Sakhon FC
4-1
 
18:00
Chiang Mai FC
-   Thai Honda
2-0
 
19:00
Lampang FC
-   Krabi FC
2-3
-
19:00
Sisaket FC
-   Udon Thani FC
1-2
 

Thai League 3 - matchday 24
11 August - 12 August 2018
 
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