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|Full name||Chalermwoot Sa-ngapol|
|Date of birth||2 October 1958|
|Place of birth||Bangkok, Thailand|
|1997||Thai Tobacco Monopoly||4||(0)|
|2006||Thai Honda Ladkrabang|
|2016–2017||Super Power Samut Prakan|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 26 July 2008|
Chalermwoot Sa-ngapol (Thai เฉลิม���ุฒิ สง่าพล) (born October 2, 1958 in Bangkok) is a Thai football manager and former Thai player in Thailand national team since 1972-1975. He was the Midfielder who has been described as the "Glenn Hoddle" of Thai football with his precise passing and from open play and set pieces. He scored 18 goals for the national team.
- AFF U-19 Youth Championship Winner ; 2009 with Thailand U-19
- Thailand FA Cup Winner ; 1999 with Bangkok Bank F.C.
- Queen's Cup Winner ; 2000 with Bangkok Bank F.C.
- Asian Cup Winner's Cup 3rd Place 2000 with Bangkok Bank F.C.
|1.||August 29, 1980||Seoul, South Korea||Malaysia||4-1||Won||Friendly Tournament|
|2.||December 17, 1985||Bangkok, Thailand||Singapore||2-0||Won||1985 Southeast Asian Games|
|3.||December 17, 1985||Bangkok, Thailand||Singapore||2-0||Won||1985 Southeast Asian Games|