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CLUB HISTORY

  • - Ulsan Hyundai revealed new stadium seating design (Dec. 2016)
    - The 10th Manager Kim Do-Hoon was newly appointed (Dec. 2016)
    - Ulsan Hyundai published official mobile phone application (Nov. 2016)
    - 2016 KEB Hana Bank FA Cup Semi Finalist
    - Hyundai Oilbank K-League 2016 4th placed/ 14 wins, 12 draws, 12 defeats, 41 goals scored and 47 conceded (Qualified for Asian Champions League)

  • - The catchphrase ‘My Team ULSAN!’ was selected.

  • - The catchphrase ‘2014 Ulsan Hyundai returns’ was selected.
    - General Manager Song Dong-Jin was appointed. (Mar. 2014)
    - General Manager Kim Kwang-Kook was newly appointed (Nov. 2014)
    - The 9th Manager Yoon Jung-Hwan was appointed (Dec. 2014)

  • - The catchphrase ‘Boom Up 2013 ULSAN’ was selected.
    - 2013 Hana Bank FA Cup Round of 16 Matches
    - Hyundai Oilbank K-League 2013 Runners-up/ 22 wins, 7 draws, 9 defeats, 63 goals scored and 37 conceded
    (Most wins, Most goals scored, Least goals conceded)
    - 2013 K-League Most Valuable Player(MVP) award was won by Kim Shin-Wook
    - 2013 Adidas All In Fantastic Player Award was won by Kim Shin-Wook
    - 2013 Season best 11: Kim Shin-Wook(FW), Kim Chi-Gon (DF), Lee Yong(DF), Kim Seung-Gyu (GK)
    - The 8th Manager Cho Min-Kook was appointed (Dec. 2013)
    - General Manager Kim Jae-Hoon was newly appointed (Dec. 2013)

  • - 2012 Hana Bank FA Cup Semi-finalist
    - Manager Kim Ho-Kon achieved 12th 100 wins in K-League history
    (Ulsan-Seongnam Match at Tancheon Sports Complex on Aug. 8)
    - AFC Champions League 2012 Winner / 10 wins, 2 draws, 0 defeats and 9 consecutive wins out of total 12 matches
    - AFC Champions League Fair Play Award
    - AFC Champions League MVP: Lee Keun-Ho
    - AFC 2012 Club of the Year Award
    - AFC 2012 Player of the Year Award was won by Lee Keun-Ho
    - AFC 2012 Coach of the Year Award was won by Kim Ho-Kon
    - Advanced to FIFA Club World Cup 2012(Japan) – Sixth place
    - Hyundai Oilbank K-League 2012 5th Place / 18 wins, 14 draws, 9 defeats, 60 goals scored and 52 conceded
    - 2012 Season Best 11: Kwak Tae-Hwi, Lee Keun-Ho

  • - 2011 Hana Bank FA Cup Semi-finalist
    - 2011 Rush & Cash Cup Winner / 3 wins, 11 goals scored and 5 conceded in Group qualification matches
    - Hyundai Oilbank K-League 6th Place / 13 wins, 7 draws, 10 defeats, 33 goals scored and 29 conceded
    - Hyundai Oilbank K-League 2011 Championship Runners-up / 3 wins, 2 defeats, 7 goals scored and 6 conceded
    - Club Total 400th K-League Win Record (Ulsan-Gangwon Match at Gangneung Stadium on Jul. 16)
    - 2011 Rush & Cash Cup: Most goals award was won by Kim Shin-Wook
    - 2011 Rush & Cash Cup: Most assists award was won by Choi Jae-Soo
    - 2011 Season Best 11: Kwak Tae-Hwi, Kim Young-Kwang

  • - 2010 POSCO Cup 3rd place of Group-B with 1 win, 2 draws and 1 defeat / 7 goals scored and 7 conceded (May. 23 – Jun. 6)
    - 2010 POSCO Cup Quarter-Final: vs Jeonbuk with 1 defeat, 0 goal scored and 2 conceded (Jul. 14)
    - 2010 Sonata K-League 4th place with 15 wins, 5 draws, 8 defeats / 47 goals scored, 30 conceded (Feb. 27 ~ Nov. 7)
    - 2010 Sonata K-League Championship Round of 6 Playoff: vs Seongnam with 1 defeat / 1 goal scored, 2 conceded (Nov. 21)

  • - Corporation changed from [Ulsan Hyundai Football Club] to [Hyundai Heavy Industries Sports]
    - 2009 AFC Champions League Group-E: 3rd place / 2 wins, 4 defeats / 4 goals scored, 10 conceded (Mar. 10 ~ May. 20)
    - Peace Cup Korea 2009 Quarter-final / vs Jeju 2 wins / 5 goals scored, 1 conceded (Jul. 8 ~ 22)
    - Peace Cup Korea 2009 Semi-final / vs Busan 2 defeats / 1 goal scored, 3 conceded (Aug. 19 ~ 26)
    - 2009 K-League: 8th Place with 8 wins, 9 draws, 11 defeats / 32 goals scored, 29 conceded (Mar. 7 ~ Dec. 6)
    - Special Award was won by Kim Young-Kwang (Run in all matches and all time)

  • - Incorporation of Ulsan Hyundai Football Club
    - The club name changed from [Ulsan Hyundai Horang-I] to [Ulsan Hyundai FC]
    - Samsung Hauzen Cup 2008: 3rd Place with 4 wins, 4 draws, 2 defeats / 12 goals scored, 10 conceded (Mar. 19 ~ Oct. 22)
    - Samsung Hauzen Cup K-League 2008: 4th Place in Regular League / 14 wins, 7 draws, 5 defeats / 39 goals scored, 26 conceded (Mar. 8 ~ Dec. 7)
    - Samsung Hauzen Cup K-League 2008 Playoff: 3rd Place / 2 wins, 1 defeat / 3 goals scored, 4 conceded
    - Manager Kim Jung-Nam achieved total his 200 wins (Ulsan-Daegu Match at Munsu Football Stadium on Aug. 29)
    - The 7th Manager Kim Ho-Gon was appointed

  • - Samgsung Hauzen Cup 2007 Winner / 7 wins, 4 draws, 1 defeat / 13 goals scored, 5 conceded (Mar. 14 ~ Jun. 27)
    - Samgsung Hauzen K-League 2007 Regular League: 4th Place / 13 wins, 9 draws, 6 defeats / 37 goals scored, 24 conceded (Mar. 3 ~ Nov. 11)

  • - Samsung Hauzen Super Cup 2006 Winner / won against Jeonbuk with score 1:0 (Mar. 4)
    - A3 Champions Cup 2006 Winner: 2 wins, 1 defeat / 12 goals scored, 3 conceded (Aug. 2 ~ 8)
    - Lee Chun-Soo won A3 Most Goals Award (6 goals) and MVP
    - Team total 1,000 goals recorded by Leandro (Ulsan-Sungnam Match at Munsu Football Stadium on Mar. 19)

  • - Samgsung Hauzen K-League 2005 Winner ★ / 15 wins, 4 draws, 8 defeats, 39 goals scored, 28 conceded (May. 15 ~ Dec. 4)
    - Samgsung Hauzen K-League 2005 3rd Place in first-half season / 7 wins, 1 draw, 4 defeats, 16 goals scored, 13 conceded
    - Samgsung Hauzen K-League 2005 3rd Place in second-half season / 6 wins, 3 draws, 3 defeats, 15 goals scored, 11 conceded
    - Samgsung Hauzen Cup 2005 Runners-up / 6 wins, 5 draws, 1 defeat, 17 goals scored, 11 conceded (Mar. 6 ~ May. 8)
    - Lee Chun-Soo won MVP
    - Machado won Most Goals Award in regular league (13 goals)
    - Season best 11: Yoo Kyoung-Youl, Lee Chun-Soo, Lee Ho, Machado
    - Hyundai Sports Clubhouse opened (at Ulsan Dong-gu Seobu-dong)

  • - Samsung Hauzen K-League 2004: 3rd Place in first-half season / 5 wins, 5 draws, 2 defeats, 11 goals scored, 8 conceded
    - Samsung Hauzen K-League 2004: 3rd Place in second-half season / 6 wins, 3 draws, 3 defeats, 12 goals scored, 7 conceded
    - Samsung Hauzen K-League 2004: 1st as Integrated Ranking / 11 wins, 8 draws, 6 defeats, 23 goals scored, 16 conceded
    (Apr. 30 ~ Dec. 12)
    - Samsung Hauzen Cup 2004 5th Place / 4 wins, 5 draws, 3 defeats, 17 goals scored, 14 conceded (Jul. 11~Aug. 21)
    - Season best 11: Yoo Kyoung-Youl

  • - Samsung Hauzen K-League 2003 Runners-up / 20 wins, 13 draws, 11 defeats, 63 goals scored, 44 conceded
    (Mar. 23 ~ Nov. 16)
    - 2003 Hana Bank FA Cup: 3rd Place (Nov. 22 ~ 30)
    - Season Best 11: Seo Dong-Myung

  • - 2002 Samsung PAV K-League Runners-up / 13 wins, 8 draws, 6 defeats, 37 goals scored, 27 conceded (Jul. 7 ~ Nov. 17)
    - Adidas Cup 2002 Runners-up / 1 win, 3 defeats out of 4 matches, 14 goals scored, 9 conceded (Mar.17 ~ May.12)
    - Lee Chun-Soo won Rookie of the Year Award
    - Most Assists Award was won by Lee Chun-Soo in regular league (9 assists)
    - Season Best 11: Lee Chun-Soo and Yoo Sang-Chul
    - Highest Attendance Record in Munsu Football Stadium (39,242, Ulsan- Jeonbuk Match on Jul. 13)

  • - 2001 POSCO K-League 6th Place / 10 wins, 6 draws, 11 defeats, 34 goals scored, 39 conceded (Jun. 17 ~ Oct. 28)
    - Adidas Cup 2001 Group-B: 4th Place / 3 wins, 5 defeats, 9 goals scored, 13 conceded (Mar. 25 ~ May. 2)

  • - The 6th Manager Kim Jung-Nam was appointed (Aug. 22)
    - 2000 Samsung Digital K-League 10th Place / 6 wins, 2 PK wins, 19 defeats, 26 goals scored, 37 conceded (May. 14 ~ Oct. 17)
    - 2000 Korea Insurance Cup Group-B 3rd Place / 3 wins, 1 overtime win, 1 PK win, 3 defeats, 9 goals scored, 9 conceded
    (Mar. 19 ~ May. 5)
    - 2000 Adidas Cup Quarter-final 6th Place / 1 win, 1 defeat, 4 goals scored, 4 conceded (Oct. 14 ~ 22)

  • - 99 Buy Korea Cup K-League 6th Place / 9 wins, 1 overtime win, 2 PK wins, 15 defeats, 38 goals scored, 46 conceded
    (May. 30 ~ Oct. 3)
    - 99 Korea Insurance Cup 3rd Place / 4 wins, 1 PK win, 3 defeats, 12 goals scored, 10 conceded (Mar. 31 ~ May. 16)
    - 99 Adidas Cup Quarter-Final: 5th Place / 1 defeat, 1 goal scored, 1 conceded (Aug. 4 ~ 11)
    - The 4th Sambo Computer FA Cup 3rd Place (Nov. 11 ~ 21)

  • - Mother Company changed from Hyundai Motor Company to Hyundai Heavy Industries
    - 98 Adidas Korea Cup Winner/ 2 wins, 3 overtime wins, 3 defeats, 12 goals scored, 7 conceded (Mar. 25~May.5)
    - 98 Philip Morris Korea Cup 8th Place / 2 wins, 1 overtime win, 6 defeats, 14 goals scored, 18 conceded (May. 10 ~ Jun. 6)
    - 98 Hyundai Cup K-League Runners-up / 8 wins, 1 overtime win, 2 PK wins, 7 defeats, 37 goals scored, 26 conceded
    (Jul. 19 ~ Oct. 31)
    - The 3rd Sambo Change Cup FA Cup Runners-up (Nov. 15~ Dec. 25)
    - Most Goals Award was won by Yoo Sang-Chul in regular league (14 goals)
    - Most Assists Award was won by Jung Jeong-Soo in regular league (9 assists)
    - Special Achievement Award in Regular League was won by Kim Byung-Ji
    - Most Assists Award was won by Jang Chul-Min in Adidas Korea Cup (3 assists)
    - Most Goals Award in Philip Morris Korea Cup was won by Kim Jong-Kun (7 goals)
    - The first goal was recorded by GK
    - Season Best 11: Kim Byung-Ji, Yoo Sang-Chul, Jung Jeong-Soo, Kim Hyun-Seok

  • - 97 Rapido Cup Korean League Winner of first-half league / 11 wins, 3 draws, 2 defeats, 32 goals scored, 17 conceded
    (May. 11 ~ Jul. 28)
    - 97 Adidas Cup 3rd Place / 3 wins, 5 draws, 1 defeats, 15 goals scored, 11 conceded (Mar. 22 ~ Apr. 19)
    - 97 Prospect Cup Group-A 4th Place / 2 wins, 2 draws, 4 defeats, 9 goals scored, 11 conceded (May. 7 ~ Sep. 24)
    - Most Goals Award was won by Kim Hyun-Seok (9 goals)
    - Season Best 11: Kim Hyun-Seok

  • - 96 Rapido Cup Korean League Winner of first-half league / 11 wins, 3 draws, 32 goals scored, 17 conceded (May. 11 ~ Jul. 28)
    - 96 Rapido Cup Korean League 9th Place of second-half league / 5 wins, 11 defeats, 28 goals scored, 37 conceded
    (Aug. 17 ~ Nov. 5)
    - 96 Rapido Cup Champion ★(Nov. 9 ~ 16)
    - 96 Adidas Cup 4th Place / 3 wins, 2 draws, 3 defeats, 10 goals scored, 8 conceded (Mar. 30 ~ Apr. 29)
    - Asian Cup Winners Cup 3rd Place (Sep. 14 ~ Nov. 26)
    - MVP was won by Kim Hyun-Seok
    - Leader of the Year Award was won by Ko Jae-Wook
    - Season Best 11: Kim Byung-Ji, Kim Hyun-Seok

  • - The 5th Manager Ko Jae-Wook was appointed
    - 95 Hite Cup Korean League 3rd Place / 11 wins, 12 draws, 5 defeats, 35 goals scored, 21 conceded(May.6~Oct.21)
    - First-half league 2nd Place / 7 wins, 5 draws, 2 defeats, 21 goals scored, 10 conceded
    - Second-half league 3rd Place / 4 wins, 7 draws, 3 defeats, 14 goals scored, 11 conceded
    - 95 Adidas Cup Winner / 5 wins, 2 draws, 14 goals scored, 5 conceded (Mar. 25 ~ Apr. 22)
    - Special Achievement Award was won by Kim Byung-Ji
    - Season Best 11: Kim Hyun-Seok

  • - 94 Hite Cup Korean League 4th Place / 11 wins, 13 draws, 6 defeats, 38 goals scored, 30 conceded (Mar. 26 ~ Nov. 12)
    - 94 Adidas Cup 5th Place / 1 win, 3 draws, 2 defeats, 7 goals scored, 8 conceded (May. 21 ~ Jun. 11)
    - Model Award was won by Chung Jong-Soo
    - Season Best 11: Yoo Sang-Chul

  • - 93 Korean Professional Championship 3rd Place / 10 wins, 6 PK wins, 10 defeats, 22 goals scored, 22 conceded (Mar. 27 ~ Oct. 16)
    - 93 Adidas Cup Runners-up / 4 wins, 1 defeat, 8 goals scored, 5 conceded (Oct. 23 ~ Nov. 16)
    - Model Award was won by Choi Young-Il
    - Season Best 11: Choi Young-Il

  • - 92 Korean Professional Championship 3rd Place / 13 wins, 6 draws, 11 defeats, 38 goals scored, 31 conceded (Mar. 29 ~ Nov. 18)
    - 92 Adidas Cup 5th Place / 3 wins, 1 PK win, 1 defeat, 10 goals scored, 13 conceded (Jun. 3 ~ Oct. 28)
    - Season Best 11: Shin Hong-Gi, Kim Hyun-Seok
    - Installed light tower and electronic scoreboard at Ulsan Stadium on March
    - Completed building of footballer dedicated accommodation and occupied on October.

  • - The 4th Manager Cha Bum-Kun was appointed
    - 91 Korean Professional Championship 2nd Place / 13 wins, 16 draws, 11 defeats, 36 goals scored, 24 conceded (Mar. 17 ~ Nov. 3)
    - Season Best 11: Kim Hyun-Seok, Choi Kang-Hee

  • - Hometown moved to Ulsan
    - 90 Korean Professional Championship 5th Place / 6 wins, 14 draws, 10 defeats, 32 goals scored, 38 conceded (Mar. 31 ~ Nov. 3)
    - Rookie of the Year Award was won by Song Ju-Seok
    - Special Achievement Award was won by Song Ju-Seok
    - Season Best 11: Song Ju-Seok

  • - 89 Korean Professional Championship 6th Place / 7 wins 15 draws 18 defeats 34 goals scored 49 conceded (Mar. 17 ~ Nov. 3)
    - Model Award was won by Kang Jae-Soon
    - Season Best 11: Kang Jae-Soon

  • - The 3rd Manager Kim Ho was appointed
    - 88 Korean Professional Championship Runners-up / 10 wins, 5 draws, 9 defeats, 30 goals scored, 25 conceded (Mar. 26 ~ Nov. 12)
    - Ham Hyun-Gi received Silver Shoe (10 goals)
    - Best GK Award was won by Oh Yun-Kyo
    - Model Award was won by Choi Kang-Hee
    - Season Best 11: Choi Kang-Hee, Ham Hyun-Gi

  • - Hometown moved to Gangwon-do
    - 87 Korean Professional Championship 4th Place / 7 wins, 12 draws, 13 defeats, 34 goals scored, 40 conceded (Mar. 28 ~ Nov. 9)
    - Season Best 11: Kim Sam-Soo

  • - The 2nd Manager Cho Chung-Yun was appointed (started as caretaker manager from Apr. 22 / stepped up to Manger at the end of December)
    - Participated in the 5th Nehru Gold Cup (Jan. 15 ~ Feb. 3)
    - 86 Korean Professional Championship Winner/ 10 wins, 3 draws, 3 defeats, 24 goals scored, 9 conceded(May. 5 ~ Sep. 17)
    - 86 Korean Football Festival 3rd Place / 7 wins, 8 draws, 5 defeats, 22 goals scored, 17 conceded (Mar. 28 ~ Nov. 9)
    - 86 Korean Professional Championship: MVP was won by Choi Kang-Hee
    - 86 Korean Professional Championship: Most goals award was won by Ham Hyun-Gi (9 goals)
    - 86 Korean Professional Championship: Most assists award was won by Jeon Young-Soo (4 assists)
    - 86 Korean Professional Championship: Best GK Award was won by Ho Seong-Ho
    - 86 Korean Professional Championship: Rookie of the Year Award was won by Ham Hyun-Gi
    - Season Best 11: Choi Kang-Hee and Ham Hyun-Gi

  • - 85 Korean Football Festival Super League 4th Place / 10 wins, 4 draws, 7 defeats, 23 goals scored, 21 conceded (Apr. 13 ~ Sep. 22)

  • - 84 Korean Football Festival Super League 3rd Place / 13 wins, 10 draws, 5 defeats, 50 goals scored, 29 conceded (Mar. 31 ~ Nov. 3)
    - 3rd Place in first-half league / 6 wins, 6 draws, 2 defeats, 21 goals scored, 20 conceded
    - Most Goals Award was won by Kim Jong-Kun (16 goals)
    - Most Assists Award was won by Landsbergen (9 assists)
    - Popularity Award was won by Huh Jung-Moo
    - Season Best 11: Huh Jung-Moo, Baek Jong-Chul

  • - The 1st Manager Moon Jung-Sik was appointed
    - Established as Ulsan Hyundai Horang-I Football Club on Dec. 6 (Incheon/Gyeonggi based)