|Full name||Tseng Tai-lin (曾台霖)|
|Place of birth||Taipei, Republic of China (Taiwan)|
|Playing position||Midfielder and manager|
|Ming Chuan Uni.|
|2001–2005||Ming Chuan Uni.|
|2009–||Ming Chuan Uni.|
|2003||Chinese Taipei U-23|
|2003–present||Chinese Taipei futsal|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Tseng Tai-lin (Chinese :曾台霖, born in Taipei) is a Taiwanese football (soccer) and futsal player.
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Nicknamed Little Tiger, Tseng started to play football at Li Nong Elementary School (Chinese :立農國小) in Taipei. His usual position is an attacking midfielder. He was once praised as "the best footballer in Taiwan" by then Yugoslavian coach of NSTC football team in 2003. He was also voted the best attacking midfielder during the Chinese Taipei National Football League 2005 season when he played for Ming Chuan University.
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