Trat F.C.

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Trat
ตราด เอฟซี
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Full nameTrat Football Club
สโมสรฟุตบอลจังหวัดตราด
Nickname(s)The White Elephants
(ช้างขาวจ้าวเกาะ)
Short nameTFC
Founded2012;12 years ago (2012)
Ground Trat Province Stadium
Trat, Thailand
Capacity6,000
ChairmanChucheep Liangthanom
Manager Santi Chaiyaphuak
League Thai League 1
2022–23 Thai League 2, 2nd (promoted)

Trat Football Club (Thai: สโมสรฟุตบอลจังหวัดตราด) is a Thai professional football club based in Trat province. [1] The club play in Thai League 1.

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History

The Trat Football Club formed in 2012, nicknamed The White Elephants. They were admitted to the 2011 Regional League Division 2 Central & Eastern Region. In their first season, they were kicked out of Thai FA Cup after they fielded an unregistered player in their penalty shoot out win over Army United and scraped into 3rd in Central/East division to make Regional league playoffs. Trat was promoted to 2013 Thai Division 1 League as the first attempt after topping Group B. [2] [3] [4]

Honours

Stadium and locations

CoordinatesLocationStadiumCapacityYear
12°14′02″N102°31′30″E / 12.233759°N 102.524949°E / 12.233759; 102.524949 Trat Trat Province Stadium 4,0002012–present

Season-by-season record

SeasonLeague FA Cup League
Cup
Top scorer
DivisionPWDLFAPtsPosNameGoals
2012 DIV2 Central-East 34201136634713rdR3R2 Rattaporn Saetan 17+(5)
2013 DIV1 341211115960476thR4R1Woukoue Mefire Raymond9
2014 DIV1 34147134733497thR4Not Enter Seiya Sugishita 12
2015 DIV1 387625351002720thNot EnterNot Enter Borce Manevski 9
2016 DIV2 Eastern 221642451952ChampionsR2Not EnterErivaldo11+(1)
2017 T2 329101349593415th R2 Not Enter Barros Tardeli 18
2018 T2 2815945132542nd R3 R1 Barros Tardeli 21
2019 T1 30981347473510th QF R1 Lonsana Doumbouya 20
2020–21 T1 30452131641715th QF   Ricardo Santos 10
2021–22 T2 3420865533683rdNot EnterNot Enter Paulo Conrado 19
2022–23 T2 3417985534602ndNot EnterNot EnterFerreira dos Santos15
2023–24 T1 R1
ChampionsRunners-upThird place Promoted Relegated

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 Thailand.svg  THA Worawut Sukhuna
2 DF Flag of Thailand.svg  THA Thitawee Aksornsri (on loan from Port)
3 DF Flag of Thailand.svg  THA Pharadon Phatthaphon(on loan from Chiangrai United)
4 DF Flag of Thailand.svg  THA Chiraphong Raksongkham
5 DF Flag of Thailand.svg  THA Rangsan Wiroonsri
6 DF Flag of Thailand.svg  THA Thitathorn Aksornsri (on loan from Port)
7 MF Flag of Thailand.svg  THA Pornpreecha Jarunai (Captain)
8 FW Flag of South Korea.svg  KOR Lee Keun-ho
9 FW Flag of Israel.svg  ISR Ben Azubel
10 MF Flag of Israel.svg  ISR Lidor Cohen
11 FW Flag of Thailand.svg  THA Sarawut Thongkot
12 DF Flag of the Philippines.svg  PHI Amani Aguinaldo
No.Pos.NationPlayer
14 DF Flag of Thailand.svg  THA Marut Budrak
16 MF Flag of Thailand.svg  THA Adisak Klinkosoom
18 GK Flag of Thailand.svg  THA Thatpicha Aksornsri
19 MF Flag of Thailand.svg  THA Nonthaphon Daoreung
20 FW Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Daizo Horikoshi
24 MF Flag of Thailand.svg  THA Santipap Ratniyorm
25 GK Flag of Thailand.svg  THA Suppawat Srinothai
27 FW Flag of Thailand.svg  THA Rittiporn Wanchuen (on loan from Muangthong United)
30 GK Flag of Thailand.svg  THA Prapat Yoskrai
36 DF Flag of Thailand.svg  THA Thanaset Sujarit
39 MF Flag of Thailand.svg  THA Reungyos Janchaichit
46 DF Flag of Brazil.svg  BRA Jorge Fellipe
88 MF Flag of Thailand.svg  THA Phakpoom Poomsongtham

Out on loan

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

No.Pos.NationPlayer
8 MF Flag of Palestine.svg  PLE Yashir Islame (at Police Tero)

Managerial history

Coaches by years (2013–present)

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