Language:

  

Articles for topic: Thai League 1


Search on This Topic:   

News Index | Select a New Topic ]


Teerasil Danga to Atlectico Madrid - The second (News)
Topic: Thai League 1Teerasil Dangda

Teerasil Dangda
image: Thananuwat Srirasant

In January Teerasil Dangda trained with Atletico Madrid for three weeks. Now he get's the chance to prove himself for a second time and unexpectedly said goodbye to his fans on Sunday at SCG Stadium.

Last Sunday's match against Chainat FC may have been the last for Teerasil Dangda in the jersey of Muang Thong United for now. As the club announced shortly after the match on his official web page, the prolific striker is on his move to Spain and should be lent to Atletico Madrid. At the beginning of the year Teerasil already had trained with the Spanish top club and from originally planned two weeks, his stay was extended to three. However, Atletico coach Diego Simeone, so was to be heard at that time, doesn't became a big fan of the Thai national striker.
Read More...

The Sisaket Case and its implications (News)
Topic: Thai League 1
Sisaket FC Esan United A few weeks ago the verdict over the owner dispute between Sisaket FC and Esan United was announced. The decisions by the league as a result of the judgment does have an affect on the current season and maybe the future of the Thai Premier League in some ways.

On 20 August the Supreme Administrative Court of Ubon Ratchathani ruled on the owner dispute between Sisaket FC and Esan United - in favour of Sisaket. With it the court quashed an earlier verdict of the administrative court. The row which is smoldering since 2012 between the two Shareholder groups finally has found an end. At least temporarily. It is believed that the group around Esan United obtained its move to Ubon Ratchathani by devious means with forged documents presented to the league to justify a change.
Read More...

Former Bundesliga defender set to join TPL side (News)
Topic: Thai League 1Manuel Friedrich

Manuel Friedrich at SCG Stadium
image: thai-fussball.com

Former German international Manuel Friedrich, at last in service of Bayer Leverkusen, announced his resignation from the Bundesliga a half year ago to take on one last big adventure. His aim, to finish his career in Asia. Unexpectedly we spotted him in Thailand two weeks ago.

News about grown Bundesliga professionals who would like to continue or finish her careers abroad are usually perceived as a side note at our office and acknowledged with "He won't come to Thailand." But it was Bayer Leverkusen's Manuel Friedrich who made us start listen attentively few month ago. Via Germany's "Kicker" he named China, Japan, and Thailand explicitly as one country in which he could imagine to finish his career. "If I go abroad, then properly. I am a fan to enter a cultural adventure." So the, still, 33 year-old in the professional journal.
Read More...

trueVisions retains TPL TV rights for a record breaking amount (News)
Topic: Thai League 1
TV broadcasting rights for Thailand's top flight, the Thai Premier League, remain with Pay TV provider trueVisions for the next seasons to come. This has been announced recently on a press conference.

Dish and receiver clutter. Thus the situation presents itself actually for friends of football in Thailand. Especially for fans of European top football as they must fall back on several providers, if they do not want to miss out the action from all the top leagues. But if one is only interested in the domestic game, he won't have to deal with all the clutter. For the period 2011 - 2013, the broadcasting rights for the Thai Premier League is with trueVisions and will remain with true for the next and upcoming period 2014-16. For the record amount of 1.8 billion Baht, or a good 42 million Euro, the operator has retained the broadcasting rights of the most attractive domestic league in the region. The two rivals in the auction, GMM-Z and CTH, were without chance. Compared with the last and current contract, worth 200 Million Baht, trueVisions paid nearly 10 times more.
Read More...

Winfried Schafer finally leave Thailand (News)
Topic: Thai League 1Winfried Schafer

Danke Winfried Schafer
image: Thananuwat Srirasant

It loomed. No it doesn't. Not really? Or did it? Quite exactly two years ago Winnie Schafer signed a contract as national team coach of Thailand. Now finally he has announced his departure from the land of smile to become Jamaica's head coach.

In the night from 17 to 18 July Winfried Schafer has announced his farewell from Thailand. After being at the helm of Muang Thong United for recent weeks, the coach gently wave goodbye. In the middle of the night and without any sign in the media Winfried Schafer informed the public about the fact that he finally will leave Thailand behind to take on new duties.
Read More...


AFF Suzuki Cup - semi finals
 

1 December 2018
 
19:45
Malaysia - Thailand

0-0
 
 

2 December 2018
 
19:30
Phillippines - Vietnam
1-2
 
 

5 December 2018
 
19:00
Thailand - Malaysia
-:-
 
 
6 December 2018
 
19:30
Vietnam - Phillippines
-:-
 

Thai League - matchday 33
 

3 October 2018
 
18:00
Prachuap FC
- Suphanburi FC

0-1
 
18:00
Bangkok Glass
- Ubon UMT

1-1
 
18:00
Chainat FC

-

Bangkok United

0-0
 
18:00
N. Ratchasima
- Chiang Rai Utd

1-1
 
18:00
Air Force
- Buriram Utd

2-3
 
18:00
Navy FC
- Police Tero

4-2
 
18:00
Port FC
- Chonburi FC

5-0
 
18:00
Ratchaburi FC
- Sukhothai FC

0-0
 
18:00
Muang Thong
- Pattaya Utd

5-5
 

Thai League 2 - matchday 30

29 September 2018
 
18:00

Rayong FC -   PTT Rayong 0-2
 
18:00
Khon Kaen FC -   Chiang Mai FC 2-2
 
18:00
Samut Sakhon FC -   Ang Thong FC 3-3
 
18:00
Udon Thani FC -   Krabi FC 4-2
 
18:00
Sisaket FC -   Kasetsart FC 2-0
 
18:00
Trat FC -   Thai Honda 2-1
-
18:00
Nong Bua -   Army United 1-1
 

Thai League 3 - matchday 24
11 August - 12 August 2018
 
Legal Notice  |   Terms of use  |   Privacy policy

CSS Template by webjestic modiefied by Marko Pohl for thai-fussball.com

All logos and trademarks in this site are property of their respective owner.
For more Details, take a look in our Imprint
2009 - 2020 by Thai Football | since 2009