Busan IPark

South Korean professional football club based in Busan, which currently competes in K League 2, the second and last professional tier of the national football pyramid.

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Incheon United FC

Professional football club based in Incheon, the third biggest city in South Korea.

Incheon were to face first stage winners Busan I'Park in the semi-final, and they easily defeated the southern side by a 2–0 scoreline to set up a championship final against Ulsan Hyundai Horang-i.

Ulsan Hyundai FC

South Korean professional football club based in Ulsan, owned by the South Korean corporation Hyundai Heavy Industries.

2012 AFC Champions League Final in Ulsan Munsu Football Stadium.

2011 season was a dramatic changeover; Ulsan won their fifth Korean League Cup, beating Busan IPark 3–2 in the final.

FC Seoul

South Korean professional football club based in Seoul, the capital of South Korea, that competes in the K League 1, the top flight of South Korean football.

Piyapong Pue-on's signed kit on display at the National Museum of Korean Contemporary History
FC Seoul vs Gamba Osaka in the 2009 AFC Champions League
FC Seoul Supporters at North Stand of Seoul World Cup Stadium
Seoul World Cup Stadium in 2017
FC Seoul players celebrating after winning the 2016 K League Classic.
FC Seoul Fan Park's Gallery for All-time Managers

In the playoffs, they defeated Busan IPark 4–2 on aggregate, thus staying in the top flight.

Ahn Jung-hwan

South Korean former football player and television personality.

Ahn with Dalian Shide in 2009
Ahn with MSV Duisburg in 2006

In 1998, Ahn started his professional career in a K League club Busan Daewoo Royals.

K League 1

Men's top professional football division of the South Korean football league system.

The initial five clubs were Hallelujah FC, Yukong Elephants, Pohang Steelworks, Daewoo Royals, Kookmin Bank.

K League

South Korea's professional football league.

In 1983, it urgently made the Korean Super League with two professional clubs (Hallelujah FC, Yukong Elephants) and three semi-professional clubs (POSCO Dolphins, Daewoo Royals, Kookmin Bank) to professionalize South Korean football.

1985–86 Asian Club Championship

The 5th edition of the annual Asian club football competition hosted by Asian Football Confederation.

Daewoo Royals (KOR) won their first Asian Club Championship.

Ian Porterfield

Scottish professional footballer, and an experienced football coach who worked at both club and international level for almost 30 years.

Porterfield (bottom row, third from right) in the 1973 Sunderland squad
The 1973 FA Cup match ball with the Golden Boot awarded to Ian Porterfield, Sunderland AFC

In 2003, he was appointed as the manager of Korean club side Busan I'Park and he led them to a Korean FA Cup victory in 2004.

1986 K League

The fourth season of the top football league in South Korea.

Five of them were professional teams (Yukong Elephants, Daewoo Royals, POSCO Atoms, Lucky-Goldstar Hwangso and Hyundai Horang-i) and one was a semi-professional team (Hanil Bank).


South Korea's second-most populous city after Seoul, with a population of over 3.4 million inhabitants.

View from Geumjeong Mountain
Gwangan Bridge
Administrative divisions
Hanjin Heavy Industries
Busan New Port
Jagalchi Market
A panoramic view of Pusan National University.
Korea Maritime and Ocean University.
Dadaepo Beach
Nurimaru APEC House
Beomeosa Temple
Haedong Yonggungsa Temple
Busan Exhibition and Convention Center
Museum of Contemporary Art Busan
Dongnae pajeon
Sajik Baseball Stadium
Busan Asiad Main Stadium.
Busan Port Pier 1 with the International Ferry Terminal (3 docked ferries shown)
Busan Metro Line 2

The city is home to a K League football club, the Busan IPark.