Chonburi’s League Cup Record


29/8/10 1st Round 1st Leg: Phitsanulok 0-2 Chonburi

2/9/10 1st Round 2nd Leg: Chonburi 3-1 Phisanulok (5-1 aggregate)

22/9/10 2nd Round 1st Leg: Bangkok Glass 1-0 Chonburi

20/10/10 2nd Round 2nd Leg: Chonburi 0-2 Bangkok Glass (0-3 aggregate)

P4 W2 D0 L2 F5 A4


18/6/11 1st Round: Prachinburi 0-2 Chonburi

29/6/11 2nd Round Chonburi 6-0 Mahasarakham Utd

6/7/11 3rd Round 1st Leg: Chonburi 1-0 Sisaket

3/8/11 3rd Round 2nd Leg: Sisaket 1-1 Chonburi (1-2 aggregate)

17/8/11 Quarter Finals 1st Leg: Chonburi 3-2 Muang Thong Utd

18/9/11 Quarter Finals 2nd Leg: Muang Thong Utd 0-0 Chonburi (2-3 aggregate)

21/9/11 Semi Finals 1st Leg: PEA 1-0 Chonburi

1/10/11 Semi Finals 2nd Leg: Chonburi 3-2 PEA (PEA won on away goals)

P8 W5 D2 L1 F16 A6


9/6/12 1st Round: Nakhon Si Thammarat 0-1 Chonburi

11/7/12 2nd Round Phetchaburi 0-4 Chonburi

22/8/12 3rd Round Customs Utd 0-2 Chonburi (aet)

5/9/12 Quarter Finals 1st Leg: Bangkok Glass 1-0 Chonburi

11/9/12 Quarter Finals 2nd Leg: Chonburi 1-1 Bangkok Glass (1-2 aggregate)

P5 W3 D1 L1 F8 A2


23/3/131st Round: Rajpracha 0-4 Chonburi

8/5/13 2nd Round: Trang 0-1 Chonburi

5/6/13 3rd Round Chiang Rai Utd 0-0 Chonburi (5-6 pens)

3/7/13 Quarter Finals 1st Leg: Ratchaburi 1-0 Chonburi

31/7/13 Quarter Finals 2nd Leg: Chonburi 2-2 Ratchaburi (2-3 aggregate)

P5 W2 D2*L1 F7 A3

*Won one match on penalties


2/3/14 1st Round: Roi Et Utd 0-1 Chonburi

30/4/14 2nd Round: Bangkok FC 1-1 Chonburi (4-5 pens)

11/6/14 3rd Round: Ratchaburi 2-1 Chonburi

P3 W1 D1* L1 F3 A3

*Won one match on penalties


18/4/15 1st Round: Chonburi 2-0 Rajpruk Muangnont Utd

1/7/15 2nd Round: Pathum Thani Seeker 0-4 Chonburi

22/7/15 3rd Round: Pattaya Utd 3-1 Chonburi

P3 W2 D0 L1 F7 A3


19/4/16 1st Round: Samut Sakhon 1-4 Chonburi

8/6/16 2nd Round: Air Force Utd 1-1 Chonburi (4-5 pens)

6/7/16 3rd Round: Chonburi 1-2 Sisaket (aet)

P3 W1 D1* L1 F6 A4

*Won one match on penalties 


26/7/17 1st Round: Chiang Mai 2-2 Chonburi (2-4 pens) 

1/10/17 2nd Round: Chonburi 1-1 Buriram Utd (4-5 pens)

P2 W0 D2* L0 F3 A3

*Won one match and lost one match on penalties


13/6/18 1st Round: Khon Kaen 1-2 Chonburi

11/7/18 2nd Round: Chonburi 5-1 Muang Thong Utd

8/8/18 Quarter Final: Chonburi 4-6 Bangkok Glass (AET)

P3 W2 D0 L1 F11 A8


Home- P13 W7 D3* L3 F32 A20

Away- P23 W11 D6*L6 F34 A16

Overall- P36 W18 D9*L9 F66 A36

*Won four matches and lost one match on penalties

Sniffin’ Somtam: More Reaction

Here’s another article inspired by Paul Hewitt’s contribution to ‘Sniffin’ Somtam’. This time, Ratchaburi fan, Neal Oliver, describes some of his negative experiences following his team away.

Some Experiences As An Away Fan In Thailand

by Neal Oliver

One of the articles in Sniffin’ Somtam was about Thai football grounds. I love following my team – Ratchaburi – but the question has to be asked; why do we bother in Thailand, when visiting fans are treated like something that has been scraped off the bottom of the home team’s shoe?

In many instances, away supporters are still treated like scum of the Earth, and dumped in an abandoned corner of the ground, somewhere where you can’t really see what is going on during the match. Let me give you a few examples from T1:

Sam Ao Stadium, Prachuap (Prachuap FC): Supporters must be at least fifty yards behind a goal, on terracing that is fully exposed to the elements and gives absolutely no confidence it will remain standing if the stadium is full. The ground is less than two years old, but is already rusting badly. On a wet day, a telescope is required to see the play at the other end of the pitch.

Samut Prakarn (SAT) Stadium (Samut Prakarn City): Away fans sit at right angles to the pitch, behind the goal line. Not a bad view of the near side action, but beyond that, a waste of time. Also fully exposed to the elements.

PAT Stadium, Bangkok (Port FC – pictured): Visiting fans are herded into a minute section in a corner to the left of one of the goals. There were less than two bus loads of us in the ground, but it still felt crushed. Another ground where you are fully exposed to the elements.

I could go on, but I’m sure you already know what it’s like. Then clubs have the cheek to charge away supporters premium rates for accommodating them in sub-standard terracing. Why? Is it to discourage them from travelling? At least at Mitr Phol Stadium, supporters are given decent pitchside seats – unfortunately, still with no cover, and at exorbitant cost.

My T1 experience is only one season and most of my knowledge is from the lower leagues, where hospitality is often much worse than in the top flight. The worst being Samut Songkhram.

At the beginning of last season, two car loads of supporters travelled independently from Hua Hin. Neither was granted permission to enter the stadium. Our car was directed to a school car park nearby. A couple of groups of WAGS – who are usually given VIP treatment – had been directed there also. We did somehow get to see some of the match, standing under a large construction at pitch level. The other car load were on the opposite side of the pitch, watching through a gate. No explanation was given.

With thanks to Neal.