Dong Thap FC

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Dong Thap
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Full nameDong Thap Football Club
Nickname(s)Chim Hạc Vàng (The Golden Flamingos)
Founded1976;46 years ago (1976)
Ground Cao Lãnh Stadium
Đồng Tháp, Vietnam
Capacity23,000
ChairmanĐặng Xuân Huy
ManagerNguyễn Anh Tông
League V.League 2
2020 V.League 2, 12th (relegated)
Website Club website

Dong Thap Football Club ( Vietnamese : Câu lạc bộ Bóng đá Đồng Tháp), simply known as Dong Thap, is a Vietnamese football club based in Cao Lãnh, Đồng Tháp Province. Following the club's most recent relegation from the top-flight during the 2016 season, Đồng Tháp returned to the V.League 2 for the 2017 campaign. The team is currently playing at Cao Lãnh Stadium. [1]

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History

Dissolution and return

Following the 2014 V.League 2 season, the club's corporate sponsor announced that they would no longer fund the club. Not having enough resources to fund the club for their promotion to the 2015 V.League 1 season, the local sporting council decided to dissolve the club. However, a deal with Hong Quang Work Construction & Real Estate Investment Joint Stock Company helped save the club ahead of the 2015 season. [2]

Stadium

Cao Lãnh Stadium is home stadium of Dong Thap FC, it's a multi-use stadium in Cao Lanh City, Dong Thap Province. It is currently used primarily for football matches. The stadium holds 23,000 people.

Kit suppliers and shirt sponsors

PeriodKit manufacturerShirt sponsor
2016-2018CodadXSKT Dong Thap
Van Hien University
Ranee
Happy Food
Ochao
2018-present Grand Sport

Honours

National competitions

League

Performance in AFC competitions

1997–98: Second round
SeasonCompetitionRoundClubHomeAway
1997–98 Asian Club Championship First round Flag of India.svg Churchill Brothers 0–01–0
Second round Flag of Myanmar (1974-2010).svg Finance and Revenue FC 3–41–0

Season-by-season record

SeasonPldWonDrawLostGFGAGDPTSFinal positionNotes
1980 V-League 8125414−1045th (Group stage)Relegation
1981–1988
1989 V-League 168441711+612Champions
1990 V-League 83rdQualify for 2nd stage
1991 V-League 1026275+294thGroup stage
1993–94 V-League 1042498+110Qualify for 2nd stage
1995 V-League 147161813+5153nd (Group stage)Qualify for final round
1996 V-League 167452315+818Champions
1997 V-League 228681921−2308thQualified for 1997–98 Asian Club Championship
1998 V-League 2681263536−1367th
1999–2000 V-League 249782723+5345th
2000–01 V-League 184772332−9199thRelegation to 2002 First League
2002 First League 2215253717+20472ndPromoted to 2003 V-League
2003 V-League 228682828+0307th
2004 V-League 2274112329−6258th
2005 V-League 2236131840−221512thRelegation to 2006 First League
2006 First League 2616553917+2253ChampionsPromoted to 2007 V-League
2007 V-League 26311122135−142013thRelegation to 2008 First League
2008 First League 2613854223+19473ndPromoted to 2009 V-League
2009 V-League 2610884331+12385th
2010 V-League 2613584334+9443nd
2011 V-League 2610793844−6375th
2012 V-League 2679103238−63013thRelegation to 2013 V.League 2
2013 V.League 2 147342018+2244th
2014 V.League 2 14752227+1526ChampionsPromoted to 2015 V.League 1
2015 V.League 1 2673163454−202412th
2016 V.League 1 2615202267−45814thRelegation to 2017 V.League 2
2017 V.League 2 121471523−877th Relegation playoffs

Current squad

As of 14 August 2020 [3]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.Pos.NationPlayer
1 GK Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Đoàn Thanh Nhã
2 DF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Trịnh Việt Cường
3 DF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Hồ Trường Khang
4 DF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Nguyễn Văn Quý
5 DF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Ngô Văn Chơn
6 MF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Lê Tấn Phi
7 MF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Dương Văn Hòa
8 MF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Bạch Đăng Khoa
9 FW Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Đinh Tiến Phong
10 FW Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Nguyễn Thế Hưng
11 MF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Nguyễn Thiện Chí
12 FW Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Vũ Minh Hiếu (on loan from Hoàng Anh Gia Lai)
13 MF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Đặng Quang Minh
14 MF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Nguyễn Vĩnh Đức
15 DF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Nguyễn Văn Hậu
16 MF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Võ Thanh Hậu
17 MF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Nguyễn Hải An
18 FW Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Trịnh Văn Quang
19 DF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Nguyễn Minh Hải
No.Pos.NationPlayer
20 MF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Huỳnh Thiện Nhân
21 MF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Cao Tấn Hoài
22 DF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Nguyễn Tuấn Đạt
23 MF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Trương Huỳnh Anh Khoa
24 DF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Chu Ngọc Anh
25 GK Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Hồ Văn Tú
26 GK Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Lê Văn Luân
27 MF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Lê Quốc Anh
28 FW Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Bạch Hồng Hân
31 MF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Trần Công Minh
34 DF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Nguyễn Huỳnh Công
36 MF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Nguyễn Hoàng Duy
39 DF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Phan Minh Tâm
54 MF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Châu Quốc Tuấn
66 DF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Nguyễn Đồng Tháp
67 DF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Phạm Đặng Duy An
68 GK Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Phan Trường Chinh
79 MF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Phan Lê
93 FW Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Đồng Văn Trung
95 MF Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Nguyễn Xuân Hướng
97 GK Flag of Vietnam.svg  VIE Nguyễn Thanh Phú

Current coaching staff

PositionName
general manager Flag of Vietnam.svg Phạm Hữu Phước
Technical Manager Flag of Vietnam.svg Phạm Công Lộc
Head Coach Flag of Vietnam.svg Trần Công Minh
Assistant Manager 1 Flag of Vietnam.svg Nguyễn Anh Tông
Assistant Manager 2 Flag of Vietnam.svg N/A
Goalkeeping Coach Flag of Vietnam.svg Lê Văn Tưởng
Translator Flag of Vietnam.svg Lê Kiên Cường
Doctor Flag of Vietnam.svg Jack An

Managers

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References

  1. "Vietnam - Dong Thap FC - Results, fixtures, squad, statistics, photos, videos and news - Soccerway".
  2. "Dong Thap find sponsorship for V-League return". vietnamnews.vn. November 15, 2014.
  3. "DANH SÁCH ĐĂNG KÝ THI ĐẤU MÙA GIẢI 2018". DongThap F.C. Vietnam Professional Football (VPF). 2018. Retrieved 13 July 2018.