South Korea K League 1 07/20 10:00 24 Jeonbuk Motors vs Ulsan Hyundai - View
South Korea K League 1 07/26 10:30 25 Gangwon FC vs Jeonbuk Motors - View
South Korea K League 1 08/09 10:30 26 Jeonbuk Motors vs Gwangju FC - View
South Korea K League 1 08/17 10:00 27 Jeonbuk Motors vs Pohang Steelers - View
South Korea K League 1 08/24 10:30 28 Incheon Utd vs Jeonbuk Motors - View
South Korea K League 1 09/01 10:00 29 Jeonbuk Motors vs FC Seoul - View


South Korea K League 1 07/14 10:00 23 [3] Gimcheon Sangmu FC v Jeonbuk Motors [11] L 4-0
South Korea K League 1 07/10 10:30 22 [12] Jeonbuk Motors v Jeju United [7] W 2-1
South Korea K League 1 07/07 10:00 21 [11] Daejeon Hana Citizen v Jeonbuk Motors [12] D 2-2
South Korea K League 1 06/29 10:00 20 [12] Jeonbuk Motors v FC Seoul [6] L 1-5
South Korea K League 1 06/26 10:30 19 [12] Jeonbuk Motors v Pohang Steelers [3] D 1-1
South Korea K League 1 06/22 09:00 18 [10] Daegu FC v Jeonbuk Motors [11] L 3-0
South Korea Cup 06/19 10:00 4 Gimpo FC v Jeonbuk Motors L 1-0
South Korea K League 1 06/16 09:00 17 [11] Jeonbuk Motors v Incheon Utd [8] D 2-2
South Korea K League 1 06/01 07:30 16 [2] Ulsan Hyundai v Jeonbuk Motors [10] L 1-0
South Korea K League 1 05/29 10:30 15 [4] Gangwon FC v Jeonbuk Motors [10] L 2-1
South Korea K League 1 05/25 05:00 14 [11] Jeonbuk Motors v Gimcheon Sangmu FC [2] D 0-0
South Korea K League 1 05/19 07:30 13 [7] Gwangju FC v Jeonbuk Motors [12] W 0-3


Matches played 57 29 28
Wins 18 12 6
Draws 15 10 5
Losses 24 7 17
Goals for 70 45 25
Goals against 87 41 46
Clean sheets 11 7 4
Failed to score 16 3 13

Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC (Korean: 전북 현대 모터스) is a South Korean professional football club based in Jeonju, Jeonbuk Province that competes in the K League 1, the top tier of South Korean football. Jeonbuk have won the K League a record nine times, including five consecutive titles between 2017 and 2021, and the Korean FA Cup five times. Internationally, the club have won the AFC Champions League twice, first in 2006, becoming the first club from East Asia to win the tournament since it was rebranded in 2003. Jeonbuk have also made two appearances in the FIFA Club World Cup, most recently in the 2016 edition. The club's home ground is the Jeonju World Cup Stadium.


Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors' predecessor was founded in January 1993 under the name Wansan Pumas. Oh Hyung-keun was the founder of the team, the first to be named after its home location in K League history. However, they failed to raise enough funds and the club went bankrupt before they could take their place in the K League. Many people wanted to keep the club and Bobae Ltd., a local alcohol producer, offered financial support to the club. In 1994, they joined the K League after renaming as Chonbuk Buffalo, but ran into financial problems and were dissolved after the final match of the 1994 season. In 1994, South Korea was in the campaign to host the 2002 FIFA World Cup, so Hyundai Motors took over the Buffaloes' players and formed a new club called Chonbuk Dinos on 12 December 1994. The K League's official policy is that Chonbuk Buffalo and Chonbuk Dinos (later renaming as Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors) are two different clubs.

Since 1994, Jeonbuk had not seriously challenged for the K League title, often languishing in mid-table. After Choi Kang-hee was appointed manager in July 2005, Jeonbuk won the Korean FA Cup in December of that year. In 2006, Jeonbuk finished a disappointing eleventh in the K League, however, they won their first AFC Champions League title. En route to the final, they defeated the Japanese champions, Gamba Osaka, and China's Shanghai Shenhua, as well as Ulsan Horang-i, the South Korean champions, in the semi-finals. They then triumphed 3–2 on aggregate over Al-Karamah, the champions of Syria, in the final.

As AFC Champions League winners, Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors qualified for the 2006 FIFA Club World Cup. They lost their first game 1–0 to América in the quarter-finals on 10 December, however, they defeated Auckland City 3–0 on 14 December and finished fifth in the tournament. In 2009, Jeonbuk became the Korean champions for the first time after beating Seongnam Ilhwa 3–1 on aggregate in the K League Championship. They repeated the feat in 2011 and won their second domestic title after defeating Ulsan Hyundai 4–2 in the final. The same year, they also reached the AFC Champions League final, where they lost to Al-Sadd after a penalty shoot-out.

On 26 November 2016, Jeonbuk won their second AFC Champions League title after defeating Al-Ain 3–2 on aggregate.

Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors Football Club, commonly referred to as Jeonbuk Motors, is a professional soccer team based in Jeonju, South Korea. The team was founded in 1994 and has since become one of the most successful clubs in South Korean football.

Jeonbuk Motors competes in the K League 1, the top tier of South Korean football, and has won the league title multiple times. The team is known for its strong defense, skilled midfielders, and clinical strikers.

The club's home matches are played at the Jeonju World Cup Stadium, a modern and state-of-the-art venue that can hold over 42,000 spectators. Jeonbuk Motors has a passionate fan base that fills the stadium for every home game, creating an electric atmosphere.

The team's colors are green and white, and their mascot is a tiger named "Greenie." Jeonbuk Motors has a fierce rivalry with other top South Korean clubs, making their matches intense and exciting to watch.

Overall, Jeonbuk Motors is a powerhouse in South Korean football, consistently competing for titles and thrilling fans with their skillful play on the pitch.