Electricite du Laos F.C.

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Electricite du Laos FC
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Full nameElectricite du Laos Football Club
ສະໂມສອນໄຟຟ້າລາວ ເອຟຊີ
Founded2015
Ground Lanexang Stadium
Capacity4,000
ChairmanVithaya Inthirath
Head Coach Sonephet Chandavong
League Lao League
2016 Lao League, 4th
Soccerball current event.svg Current season

Electricite du Laos Football Club (Laos ສະໂມສອນໄຟຟ້າລາວ) is a professional football club based in Laos. They play in the top national football league in Laos, and finished ninth in the Lao Premier League. Their home stadium is Lanexang Stadium.

Players

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 Laos.svg  LAO Viengakhom Vilavong
4 MF Flag of Laos.svg  LAO Khampaseut Syphovong
5 DF Flag of Laos.svg  LAO Tounkham Nunthalungsy
6 DF Flag of Thailand.svg  THA Korawit Haingam
7 FW Flag of Laos.svg  LAO Thanongsak Homlathsame
8 FW Flag of Brazil.svg  BRA Marcelo Reis
9 FW Flag of Laos.svg  LAO Visay Phaphouvanin
10 FW Flag of the Republic of the Congo.svg  CGO Burnel Okana (Captain)
11 MF Flag of Laos.svg  LAO Lambo Saysana
12 DF Flag of Laos.svg  LAO Souvanvilai Youdthavong
15 DF Flag of Laos.svg  LAO Salath Vilaiphanh
No.Pos.NationPlayer
16 FW Flag of Laos.svg  LAO Lembo Saysana
17 MF Flag of Laos.svg  LAO Phonepaseuth Sysoutham
18 GK Flag of Laos.svg  LAO Sengaloun Sisombath
20 MF Flag of Uruguay.svg  URU Nicolas Nunez
22 DF Flag of Laos.svg  LAO Thothilath Sibounhuang
23 DF Flag of Laos.svg  LAO Samphansay Phoudthakoun
25 GK Flag of Laos.svg  LAO Phailakone Bounvixien
26 FW Flag of Laos.svg  LAO Sopha Saysana
32 MF Flag of Laos.svg  LAO Chanthaphone Waenvongsoth
34 DF Flag of Laos.svg  LAO Bounlien Bounpachack

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