Wat Bot City F.C.

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Wat Bot City
วัดโบสถ์ ซิตี้
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Full nameWat Bot City Football club
สโมสรฟุตบอลวัดโบสถ์ ซิตี้
Nickname(s)The Cruel Country Mouse
(หนูนาจอมโหด)
Founded2018;4 years ago (2018)
GroundPibulsongkram Rajabhat University Stadium
Phitsanulok, Thailand
ChairmanTanongsak Noykor
Head CoachEkkachai Poolsri
League Thai League 3
2021–22 Thai League 3, 4th of 11 in the Northern region
Website Club website

Wat Bot City Football Club (Thai สโมสรฟุตบอลวัดโบสถ์ ซิตี้) is a semi professional football club based in Phitsanulok, Thailand. The club is currently playing in the Thai League 3 Northern region.

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History

In 2018, the club has established by a football fan in Wat Bot, Phitsanulok [1] and competed in Thailand Amateur League Northern region. In the end of season, the club has promoted to Thai League 4 (also known as Omsin League). [2]

In 2019, The club has moved their ground to the Pibulsongkram Rajabhat University Stadium. They competed in Thai League 4 Northern region and finished in the 2nd place, qualified to the champions league stage. [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] The club is planning to construct an own stadium in Wat Bot, Phitsanulok. [8] In the end of 2019 season, Wat Bot City has promoted to 2020 Thai League 3 by competed in the upper region. [9] In addition, at the end of 2019 season, Wat Bot City was the champion of Thai League 4 Champions League.

Stadium and locations

CoordinatesLocationStadiumYear
16°49′54″N100°12′45″E / 16.831601°N 100.212476°E / 16.831601; 100.212476 Phitsanulok Phra Ong Dam Stadium2018
16°49′54″N100°12′47″E / 16.831732°N 100.213026°E / 16.831732; 100.213026 Phitsanulok Pibulsongkram Rajabhat University Stadium2019 – present

Season by season record

SeasonLeague FA Cup League Cup Top goalscorer
DivisionPWDLFAPtsPosNameGoals
2018TA North6231191592ndNot EnterCan't Enter Flag of Thailand.svg Sathaporn Jueachan4
2019 T4 North 2717736524582nd R1 1st QF Flag of Thailand.svg Natthawut Nueamai11
2020–21 T3 North 168082517245th R2 1st QF Flag of Brazil.svg Rafinha 12
2021–22 T3 North 2281132626354thNot EnterNot Enter Flag of the Republic of the Congo.svg Burnel Okana-Stazi10
ChampionsRunners-up Promoted Relegated

Honours

Domestic Leagues

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References

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  2. "Sponsorship of Omsin bank to Thai League 4 (in Thai)". fathailand.org.
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  6. "หนูนาจอมโหด ซิวตำแหน่งรองโซนภาคเหนือพร้อมตั๋วไปเล่นรอบแชมเปี้ยนส์ลีก (in Thai)". ballthai.com.
  7. "12 teams qualified to T4 champions league stage (in Thai)". thaileague.co.th.
  8. "Wat Bot City F.C. is planning to construct its own stadium (in Thai)". siamsport.co.th.
  9. "Wat Bot City and Muang Loei United promoted to Thai League 3 (in Thai)". thaileague.co.th.