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Yongin City FC

Yongin City
용인시청
Full name Yongin City Football Club
용인시청 축구단
Short name YIC
Founded 1 January 2010
Ground Yongin Football Center
Ground Capacity 12,000
Owner Kim Hak-Kyu (Mayor)
Chairman Lee Hyun-Soo
Manager Jeong Kwang-Seok
League National League
2013 Season 9th

Yongin City FC (Korean: 용인시청 축구단) is a South Korean association football club based in Yongin, Gyeonggi. Founded in 2010, they currently play in the National League, the third tier of South Korean league football. They play their home games at the Yongin Football Center.

History

Founded on January 1, 2010, Yongin City FC gained membership of the National League ahead of the 2010 season with the league expanding to fifteen sides. Former Pusan Daewoo Royals and South Korean international defender Jung Kwang-Seok was appointed the club's inaugural manager.

Debut season

The club's debut match was a Second Round tie in the 2010 Korean FA Cup however they suffered a home defeat to Kwangwoon University, losing out 7-6 on penalties after the tie had finished 1-1 after extra time. Yongin City made a solid start to life in the National League in 2010, then the unofficial second tier of football in Korea, finishing with the sixth-best overall record of all clubs in the division for 2010. Jung Ji-Soo and Oh Chul-Suk finished joint-top scorers for the club with six goals each during the campaign.

Professional encounter

Yongin endured a difficult second season during 2011 as they finished eleventh out of the fourteen teams that took part in the competition that year. That season's FA Cup competition saw them come up against professional K-League opposition for the first time when they were drawn to face FC Seoul at the Seoul World Cup Stadium. Yongin lost the match 4-0.

2012 National League playoff run

2012 proved to be Yongin's best ever league campaign to date as they finished the 26-game league campaign in sixth place and qualified for the post-season championship playoffs. In their first match they were drawn to play third-placed Gangneung City and Yongin triumphed 4-2 on penalties after the game finished goalless. That victory set up an encounter with Incheon Korail however Yongin were defeated 3-1 by the team that would go on to win in the championship playoff final. Despite a solid league campaign Yongin exited the 2012 FA Cup at the first hurdle yet again as their Second Round encounter with National Police FC ended in a 4-0 home reverse. There was to be some success for the squad at the National Sports Festival football tournament in October that year as they finished joint-third with Gimhae FC and were awarded the bronze medal having been eliminated at the semi-final stage 10-9 on penalties by Gangneung City.

First FA Cup tie win

The club failed to build on the relative success of 2012 as they finished second-bottom of the much reduced-in-size 2013 National League season, the league having effectively been reduced in status to the unofficial third tier of football in Korea following the creation of the K League Challenge. Although Yongin finished ninth out of the ten sides they were just five points adrift of fourth place and the final championship playoff spot. The club recorded their first ever win in FA Cup competition during the 2013 edition of the tournament with a 1-0 win over Kyunghee University in the Second Round. That victory set up a Third Round clash with K League Classic side Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors however Jeonbuk won 2-0.

Current squad

As of 7 March 2014
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
1 GK Yoon Ki-Hae
2 DF Choi Hyun-Bin
3 DF Lee Jae-Joon
4 DF Min Kyoung-Il
5 DF Lee Sun-Hu
6 DF Lee Jae-Young
7 MF Shin In-Seob
8 MF Oh Chang-Young
9 MF Moon Kyu-Hyun
10 MF Jeon Myeong-Keun
11 MF Park Sang-Hee
12 DF Kwak Dae-Ro
13 MF Heo Keun-Nyeong
14 MF Kim Min-O (captain)
15 DF Lim Dong-Hyeon
No. Position Player
16 MF Shin Kyu-Seon
17 FW Joo Kwang-Seon
18 FW Oh Se-Jin
19 DF Jung Jae-Sung
20 DF Yang Seung-Won
21 GK Lee Kwang-Hee
22 MF Kim Hwan-Hee
23 MF Hong Hyeong-Ki
24 DF Choi Jae-Eun
25 GK Baek Seon-Kyu
26 DF Kim Taek-Kyun
27 DF Lee Hyeon-Joon
28 FW Bae Hae-Min
33 FW Park Jeong-Min

Club honours

Statistics

Season Korea National League Korean FA Cup League Cup Top scorer
(League goals)
Manager
Stage Teams P W D L GF GA GD Pts Position
2010 First Stage 15 14 6 5 3 24 17 7 23 5th Round of 32 Quarterfinal Oh Chul-Suk (6)
Jung Ji-Soo (6)
Jeong Kwang-Seok
Second Stage 15 14 6 4 4 17 12 5 22 7th
2011 14 26 5 11 10 22 32 –10 26 11th Round of 32 Quarterfinal Seo Young-Duk (4)
2012 14 26 12 6 8 39 30 +9 42 6th Preliminary Quarterfinal Ko Kyung-Min (12)
Playoff 6 2 0 1 1 1 3 –2 1 4th
2013 10 27 8 8 11 37 38 –1 32 9th Round of 32 Group stage Jo Joon-Jae (7)

Club Records

References

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