Fixtures

South Korea Cup 07/17 10:00 3 Gimpo FC vs Jeju United - View
South Korea K League 1 07/20 10:30 24 Gangwon FC vs Jeju United - View
South Korea K League 1 07/26 10:30 25 Jeju United vs Ulsan Hyundai - View
South Korea K League 1 08/10 10:30 26 Jeju United vs Incheon Utd - View
South Korea K League 1 08/16 10:30 27 FC Seoul vs Jeju United - View
South Korea K League 1 08/25 10:00 28 Suwon FC vs Jeju United - View

Results

South Korea K League 1 07/13 10:30 23 [8] Jeju United v Pohang Steelers [1] W 2-1
South Korea K League 1 07/10 10:30 22 [12] Jeonbuk Motors v Jeju United [7] L 2-1
South Korea K League 1 07/06 10:00 21 [8] Jeju United v FC Seoul [6] W 3-2
South Korea K League 1 06/30 10:00 20 [8] Gwangju FC v Jeju United [7] L 2-1
South Korea K League 1 06/26 10:30 19 [10] Jeju United v Incheon Utd [8] W 1-0
South Korea K League 1 06/23 09:00 18 [10] Jeju United v Ulsan Hyundai [2] L 2-3
South Korea Cup 06/19 10:30 4 Daejeon Hana Citizen v Jeju United W 7-8
South Korea K League 1 06/16 10:00 17 [12] Daegu FC v Jeju United [7] L 1-0
South Korea K League 1 06/02 07:30 16 [6] Jeju United v Gangwon FC [5] L 1-2
South Korea K League 1 05/29 10:30 15 [12] Daejeon Hana Citizen v Jeju United [8] W 0-1
South Korea K League 1 05/26 10:00 14 [11] Jeju United v Suwon FC [5] W 1-0
South Korea K League 1 05/18 10:00 13 [3] Gimcheon Sangmu FC v Jeju United [9] L 1-0

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 42 22 20
Wins 11 9 2
Draws 10 5 5
Losses 21 8 13
Goals for 41 27 14
Goals against 54 26 28
Clean sheets 11 8 3
Failed to score 12 5 7

Wikipedia - Jeju United FC

Jeju United Football Club (Korean: 제주 유나이티드) is a South Korean professional football club based in Jeju Province that competes in the K League 1, the top division in South Korea. In the past, the club has been known as the Yukong Elephants and Bucheon SK.

History

The club was founded on 17 December 1982 as Yukong Elephants, and became one of the founding members of the K League. The club was owned and financially supported by the Sunkyoung Group's subsidiary, Yukong (currently SK Group's "SK Energy"), along with Seoul, Incheon, and Gyeonggi as its franchise. Yukong Elephants won the league championship on only one occasion, in 1989.

At the end of 1995, the team moved from the Dongdaemun Stadium in Seoul to the Mokdong Stadium on the western edge of the city, as part of the K League's decentralization policy. The three clubs based in Seoul (Yukong Elephants, LG Cheetahs and Ilhwa Chunma) didn't accept this policy, so the Seoul government gave an eviction order to the three clubs. However, they guaranteed that if clubs built a football-specific stadium in Seoul, they could have a Seoul franchise and return to Seoul. As a result, the three clubs were evicted from Seoul to other cities. The Yukong Elephants moved to the city of Bucheon, a satellite city of Seoul. Mid-way through the 1997 season, the club re-branded itself as Bucheon SK.

Because the city of Bucheon lacked a stadium, they used the Mokdong Stadium in Seoul until 2000. At the start of the 2001 season, the team moved to the 35,545-capacity Bucheon Leports Complex.

In 2006, Bucheon SK announced their move to Jeju without any fore notice, and renamed as Jeju United FC. They adopted the vacant Jeju World Cup Stadium as their new home ground.

Franchise relocation history

Club Name City / Area Period
Yukong Elephants Seoul, Incheon, Gyeonggi 1983
Yukong Elephants Seoul 1984–1986
Yukong Elephants Incheon, Gyeonggi 1987–1990
Yukong Elephants Seoul – Dongdaemun Stadium 1991–1995
Bucheon Yukong
Bucheon SK
Seoul – Mokdong Stadium 1996
Bucheon SK Bucheon – Bucheon Stadium 1997–2005
Jeju United Jeju – Jeju World Cup Stadium 2006–present
Jeju United is a professional soccer team based in Jeju, South Korea. The team competes in the K League 1, the top tier of South Korean football. Founded in 1982, Jeju United has a rich history and a strong fan base.

Known for their attacking style of play and talented players, Jeju United has consistently been a competitive force in the K League. The team's home matches are played at the Jeju World Cup Stadium, a modern and impressive venue that can hold up to 35,000 spectators.

Jeju United has a strong youth development program and has produced several talented players who have gone on to represent the South Korean national team. The team has also had success in domestic cup competitions, winning the FA Cup in 2005 and finishing as runners-up in the K League Cup in 2010.

Overall, Jeju United is a respected and well-supported team in South Korean football, known for their exciting style of play and competitive spirit.