|Full name||Samut Prakan Football Club |
|Ground|| Samut Prakarn SAT Stadium |
Samut Prakan , Thailand
|Head coach||Danny Invincibile|
|League||Thai League 3|
|2021–22||Thai League 3, 13th of 14 in the Bangkok metropolitan region|
Samut Prakan Football Club (sometimes spelled Samutprakan) (Thai สโมสรฟุตบอลจังหวัดสมุทรปราการ) is a Thai professional football club based in Samut Prakan Province, Thailand. The club is currently playing in the Thai League 3 Bangkok metropolitan region.
|13°36′40″N100°35′35″E / 13.611216°N 100.593056°E||Samut Prakan||Royal Thai Naval Academy Football Field||2007|
|13°36′28″N100°37′05″E / 13.607707°N 100.618082°E||Samut Prakan||Sit Chaiyasam Football Field||2008|
|13°37′00″N100°45′26″E / 13.616635°N 100.757172°E||Bang Phli, Samut Prakan||Huachiew Chalermprakiet University Stadium||2009|
|13°34′46″N100°47′41″E / 13.579326°N 100.794778°E||Thung Khru, Bangkok||72-years Anniversary Stadium (Bang Mod)||2009|
|13°34′46″N100°47′40″E / 13.579414°N 100.794345°E||Bang Phli, Samut Prakan||Samut Prakarn SAT Stadium (Keha Bang Phli)||2010|
|13°42′22″N100°47′02″E / 13.706226°N 100.783876°E||Bang Phli, Samut Prakan||Lad Krabang 54 Stadium||2010–2011|
|13°48′07″N100°47′27″E / 13.801944°N 100.790833°E||Min Buri, Bangkok||72nd Anniversary Stadium||2012|
|13°31′36″N100°45′28″E / 13.526559°N 100.757874°E||Bang Phli, Samut Prakan||Samut Prakarn Province Stadium (Bang Pla)||2012–2013|
|13°34′06″N100°34′00″E / 13.568207°N 100.566732°E||Lam Fah Pha, Samut Prakan||Lam Fah Pha Subdistrict municipality Stadium||2013–2015|
|13°34′46″N100°47′40″E / 13.579414°N 100.794345°E||Bang Phli, Samut Prakan||Samut Prakarn SAT Stadium (Keha Bang Phli)||2016–Present|
|Season||League||FA Cup||League Cup||Top goalscorer|
|2017||T4 Bangkok||30||14||9||7||51||29||51||2nd||R2||2nd QF|| Phakpoom Malirungruang|
|2018||T4 Bangkok||22||7||4||11||24||38||25||6th||R1||1st QF||Dennis Borketey||7|
|2019||T4 Bangkok||24||6||6||12||22||33||24||9th||R1||2nd QF||Josué Pereira da Silva Filho||7|
|2020–21||T3 Bangkok||20||2||6||12||15||36||12||12th||Not enter||QR2|| Ariyapol Chanson|
|2021–22||T3 Bangkok||26||1||12||13||23||38||15||13th||Not enter||QR2||Kazuo Honma||10|
|Team Manager||Burathai Panlopaditsakul|
|Assistant Team Manager||Thanurak Muangraksa|
|Head Coach||Danny Invincibile|
|Assistant Head Coach||Chakkrit Sirivadhanasart|
|Goalkeeper Coach||Prasobchok Chokmoh|
|Fitness Coach||Zachary Robert Aikens|
|Sport Science||Nopachatree Yurakitichai|
|Team Staff|| Pongsiri Yakantha |
|Youth Team Director / Team Officer||Chakrit Khamsiri|
|Technical Director||Surasak Tangsurat|
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