Jeju United FC
Full name Jeju United Football Club
Short name Jeju United
Founded 1982
Ground Jeju World Cup Stadium
(Capacity: 35.657)
Owner SK Energy
Chairman Koo Ja-Young
Manager Park Kyung-Hoon
Current League K-League 
2012 K-League, 6th
Football current event Current season

Jeju United FC is a professional football club in South Korea. The club is based in the city Jeju. Jeju United FC was founded on 17 December 1983, as Yukong Football Club.

Current Squad

As of 1 March 2014
No. Position Player
1 South Korea GK Kim Ho-Jun
2 South Korea DF Jung Da-Hwon
3 South Korea DF Han Yong-Su
4 South Korea DF Kang Joon-Woo
5 South Korea DF Oh Ban-Suk
6 South Korea DF Hwang Do-Yeon
7 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Jovica Stokić
8 South Korea MF Oh Seung-Bum (captain)
9 South Korea FW Kim Hyun
10 South Korea MF Song Jin-Hyung
11 South Korea FW Hwang Il-Su
13 South Korea FW Bae Il-Hwan
14 South Korea MF Yoon Bit-Garam
15 Flag of Australia DF Aleksandar Jovanović
16 South Korea MF Kim Young-Sin
18 South Korea MF Jin Dae-Sung
19 Flag of CHI MF Hugo Droguett
No. Position Player
20 Flag of Colombia MF Juan Estiven Vélez
21 South Korea GK Kim Kyung-Min
22 South Korea DF Kim Soo-Beom
23 South Korea MF Jwa Joon-Hyup
24 South Korea DF Lee Yong
25 South Korea MF Heo Beom-San
26 South Korea MF Park Su-Chang
27 South Korea DF Kim Bong-Rae
28 South Korea DF Hwang In-Ho
29 South Korea MF Cho Jun-Hyun
30 South Korea MF Bae Se-Hyun
31 South Korea GK Kim In-Seok
33 South Korea FW Kang Su-Il
35 South Korea MF Kim Sang-Won
37 South Korea MF Jang Eun-Kyu
41 South Korea GK Kim Hyung-Rok

Out on loan

No. Position Player
South Korea GK Jeon Tae-Hyun (to Police FC for military service)
South Korea MF Yang Joon-A (to Sangju Sangmu for military service)
South Korea MF Ryu Seung-Woo (to Bayer 04 Leverkusen)
No. Position Player
South Korea MF Kwon Soon-Hyung (to Sangju Sangmu for military service)
South Korea FW Shim Young-Sung (to Pocheon FC)
South Korea FW Seo Dong-Hyun (to Police FC for military service)


Domestic Competitions

  • K-League

Winners (1) : 1989 Runners-up (4) : 1984, 1994, 2000, 2010

  • K-League Cup

Winners (3) : 1994, 1996 (Adidas Cup), 2000 (Daehan Fire Insurance Cup) Runners-up (2) : 1998 (Adidas Korea Cup), 1998 (Philip Morris Korea Cup)

  • FA Cup

Runners-up (1): 2004

International competitions

  • King's Cup

3rd (1) : 1990

Kit Supplier

  • 2006-2008: Diadora
  • 2009-: Astore
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South Korean competitions · South Korean coaches · South Korean players · South Korean stadiums
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