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Thailand Champions Cup
The Thailand Champions Cup (continuing Kor Royal Cup Kor Royal Cup ( th, ถ้วยพระราชทาน ก. ; ถ้วย ก.) or in old name Yai Cup ( th, ถ้วยใหญ่) (Changed the name in 1963) was the highest level of club football competition which competed in the tournam ..., a different competition from the Thai Super Cup) is a single-game competition between the winners of previous Thai League 1 The Thai League 1 ( th, ไทยลีก 1), often referred to as T1, is the top level of the Thai football league system. Contested by 16 clubs, it operates on a system of promotion and relegation In sports leagues, promotion and relegati ... and Thai FA Cup The Thai FA Cup ( th, ไทยเอฟเอคัพ), known officially as The Football Association of Thailand Cup, is a association football, football cup competition in Thailand. Thai FA Cup is an annual Single-elimination tournament, knock ..., organised by the Football Association ...
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Thailand
Thailand ( th, ประเทศไทย), historically known as Siam, () officially the Kingdom of Thailand, is a country in Southeast Asia. It is located at the centre of the Mainland Southeast Asia, Indochinese Peninsula, spanning , with a population of almost 70 million people. It is Template:Borders of Thailand, bordered to the north by Myanmar and Laos, to the east by Laos and Cambodia, to the south by the Gulf of Thailand and Malaysia, and to the west by the Andaman Sea and Myanmar. Thailand also shares maritime borders with Vietnam in the Gulf of Thailand to the southeast, and Indonesia and India (Andaman and Nicobar Islands) on the Andaman Sea to the southwest. Nominally, Thailand is a constitutional monarchy and Parliamentary system, parliamentary democracy; however, in recent history, its government has experienced multiple Coup d'état, coups and periods of military dictatorships. Bangkok is the nation's capital and largest city. Tai peoples migrated from south ...
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Tie (draw)
A draw or tie occurs in a competitive sport Competition arises whenever two or more parties strive for a common goal A goal is an idea of the future or desired result that a person or a group of people envision, Planning, plan and commit to achieve. People endeavour to reach goals ... when the results are identical or inconclusive. Ties or draws are possible in some, but not all, sports and games. Such an outcome, sometimes referred to as deadlock, can also occur in other areas of life such as politics Politics (from , ) is the set of activities that are associated with Decision-making, making decisions in Social group, groups, or other forms of Power (social and political), power relations between individuals, such as the distribution of res ..., business Business is the activity of making one's living or making money by producing or buying and selling products (such as goods and services). Simply put, it is "any activity or enterprise entered into for profi ...
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Football Cup Competitions In Thailand
Football is a family of team sport A team sport includes any sport where individuals are organized into opposing sports team, teams which compete to win. Team members act together towards a shared objective. This can be done in a number of ways such as outscoring the opposing ...s that involve, to varying degrees, kicking A kick is a physical Strike (attack), strike using the leg, in unison usually with an area of the knee or lower using the foot, heel, tibia (shin), ball of the foot, blade of the foot, toes or knee (the latter is also known as a knee (strike), ... a ball A ball is a round object (usually spherical of a sphere A sphere (from Greek language, Greek —, "globe, ball") is a geometrical object in three-dimensional space Three-dimensional space (also: 3-space or, rarely, tri-dimensional s ... to score a goal A goal is an idea of the future or desired result that a person or a group of people envision, Planning, plan and commit to ...
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Port F
A port is a maritime law, maritime facility comprising one or more Wharf, wharves or loading areas, where ships load and discharge Affreightment, cargo and passengers. Although usually situated on a sea coast or estuary, ports can also be found far inland, such as Port of Hamburg, Hamburg, Port of Manchester, Manchester and Duluth; these access the sea via rivers or canals. Because of their roles as port of entry, ports of entry for immigrants as well as soldiers in wartime, many port cities have experienced dramatic multi-ethnic and multicultural changes throughout their respective histories. Ports are extremely important to the global economy; 70% of global merchandise trade by value passes through a port. For this reason, ports are also often densely populated settlements that provide the labor for processing and handling goods and related services for the ports. Today by far the greatest growth in port development is in Asia, the continent with some of the World ...
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2020 Thailand Champions Cup
The 2020 Thailand Champions Cup was the 4th Thailand Champions Cup, an annual association football, football match contested by the winners of the previous season's Thai League 1 and Thai FA Cup competitions. It was sponsored by Government Savings Bank (Thailand), Government Savings Bank (Omsin Bank), and known as the Omsin Thailand Champions Cup ( th, ออมสิน ไทยแลนด์แชมเปียนส์คัพ) for sponsorship purposes. The match was played at SCG Stadium, Nonthaburi Province, Nonthaburi and contested by 2019 Thai League 1 champions Chiangrai United F.C., Chiangrai United, and Port F.C., Port as the champions of the 2019 Thai FA Cup. Qualified teams Match Details Assistant referees: Pattarapong Kidsatid Thanat Chucheun Fourth official: Wiwat Jampa-on Assistant VAR: Sivakorn Pu-udom Rawut Nakrit Winner See also * 2020 Thai League 1 * 2020 Thai League 2 * 2020 Thai League 3 * 2020 Thai League 4 * 2020 Thai FA Cup * 2020 T ...
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Royal Thai Army Stadium
The Royal Thai Army Stadium ( th, สนามกีฬากองทัพบก) is a multi-purpose stadium on Vibhavadi Rangsit Road in the Phaya Thai District, Phaya Thai of north Bangkok, Thailand. It is currently used mostly for football (soccer), football matches. The stadium holds 20,000 and has a single stand with covered seating on one side and terracing on three sides. An athletics track surrounds the pitch. It is often used by Thai club sides in international football competitions and was used by Bangkok University FC in the AFC Champions League 2007, 2007 AFC Champions League and Osotsapa FC in the AFC Cup 2007, 2007 AFC Cup. Additionally, it has been used for matches involving national sides in international tournaments hosted by Thailand where the hosts are not involved.https://www.armyclubthai.com/location-direction Other stadiums in Bangkok include National Stadium (Thailand), National Stadium, Rajamangala National Stadium, the Thai-Japanese Stadium, and Chulalon ...
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2019 Thailand Champions Cup
The 2019 Thailand Champions Cup was the 3rd Thailand Champions Cup, an annual association football, football match contested by the winners of the previous season's Thai League 1 and Thai FA Cup competitions. It was sponsored by Government Savings Bank (Thailand), Government Savings Bank (Omsin Bank), and known as the Omsin Thailand Champions Cup ( th, ออมสิน ไทยแลนด์แชมเปียนส์คัพ) for sponsorship purposes. The match was played at Royal Thai Army Stadium, Bangkok and contested by 2018 Thai League 1 champions Buriram United F.C., Buriram United, and Chiangrai United F.C., Chiangrai United as the champions of the 2018 Thai FA Cup. Qualified teams Match Details Assistant referees: Phattharaphong Kitsathit Aphichit Nophuan Fourth official: Sivakorn Pu-udom Winner See also * 2019 Thai League 1 * 2019 Thai League 2 * 2019 Thai League 3 * 2019 Thai League 4 * 2019 Thai FA Cup * 2019 Thai League Cup References

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Buriram United F
Buriram (, , , 'city of happiness') is a town (''thesaban mueang'') in Thailand, capital of Buriram Province, about 300 km northeast of Bangkok. The town occupies ''tambon'' Nai Mueang of Mueang Buriram District. In 2012 it had a population of 27,862. History Almost a thousand years ago, the present-day Buriram was part of the Khmer Empire. Ruins from that time attest to its destruction. The most significant of them is on an extinct volcano and is protected in the Phanom Rung Historical Park. According to inscriptions found, Buriram's ruler recognized the hegemony of the Khmer Empire's emperor. Before the ascent of Bangkok, little was known about Buriram. In the early Bangkok Period, in the early-19th century, the town originally called ''Muang Pae'' was renamed ''Buriram''. After administrative reforms in the late 19th century, Buriram was incorporated into Siam as a province. Administration divisions There are 18 ''chumchons'' (villages) ( th, ชุมชน) in ...
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2018 Thailand Champions Cup
The 2018 Thailand Champions Cup was the 2nd Thailand Champions Cup, an annual association football, football match contested by the winners of the previous season's Thai League 1 and Thai FA Cup competitions. It was sponsored by Government Savings Bank (Thailand), Government Savings Bank (Omsin Bank), and known as the Omsin Thailand Champions Cup ( th, ออมสิน ไทยแลนด์แชมเปียนส์คัพ) for sponsorship purposes. The match was played at National Stadium (Thailand), Supachalasai Stadium, Bangkok and contested by 2017 Thai League T1 champions Buriram United F.C., Buriram United, and Chiangrai United F.C., Chiangrai United as the champions of the 2017 Thai FA Cup. Qualified teams Match Details Assistant referees: Pattarapong Kusathit Rawut Nakarit Fourth official: Mongkolchai Pechsri Winner See also * 2018 Thai League * 2018 Thai League 2 * 2018 Thai League 3 * 2018 Thai League 4 * 2018 Thailand Amateur League * 2018 Th ...
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Sukhothai F
Sukhothai ( th, :wikt:สุโขทัย, สุโขทัย) may refer to: * Sukhothai Kingdom, kingdom in Thailand, 1238–1583 ** Sukhothai (city), historic capital of the kingdom ** Sukhothai Historical Park, the ruins of the city ** Sukhothai state, vassal state of Khmer empire in XII century. * Sukhothai art, traditional Thai art#Sukhothai period, Thai artwork from the Sukhothai Kingdom * Sukhothai Province, province in central northern Thailand ** Mueang Sukhothai District, capital district of the province ** New Sukhothai or Sukhothai Thani, the town and capital of the province * Sukhothai F.C., football club based in Sukhothai Province * Sukhothai Institute of Physical Education Stadium, multi-use stadium, home of the Sukhothai football club * Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University, public university in Nonthaburi, Thailand * HTMS Sukhothai Subclass, HTMS ''Sukhothai Subclass'', corvette in the Royal Thai Navy {{disambiguation, geo ...
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2017 Thailand Champions Cup
The 2017 Thailand Champions Cup was the first Thailand Champions Cup, an annual association football, football match contested by the winners of the previous season's Thai League 1 and Thai FA Cup competitions. The match was played at National Stadium (Thailand), Supachalasai Stadium, Bangkok and contested by 2016 Thai League T1 champions Muangthong United F.C., SCG Muangthong United, and Sukhothai F.C., Sukhothai as the champions of the 2016 Thai FA Cup. Qualified teams Match Details Assistant referees: Pattarapong Kusathit Rawut Nakarit Fourth official: Chaireag Ngamsom Match Commissioner: Paiboon Uyapo Referee Assessor: Pirom Un-prasert General Coordinator: Ekapol Polnavee Winner See also * 2017 Thai League * 2017 Thai League 2 * 2017 Thai League 3 * 2017 Thai League 4 * 2017 Thailand Amateur League * 2017 Thai FA Cup * 2017 Thai League Cup References Official news from FA Thailand SCG Muangthong United VS. Sukhothai.Official teaser from FA Thailand's Faceb ...
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