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|Full name||PTT Rayong Football Club|
|Nickname(s)||The Firepower (พลังเพลิง) |
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Petroleum Authority of Thailand Rayong Football Club, also referred to as simply PTT Rayong, (Thai: สโมสรฟุตบอลปตท.ระยอง) was a Thai professional football club based in Rayong Province. They play in Thai League 1 until 2019 after promotion as runner-up in 2007 from the Thailand Division 2 League. PTT FC is a company-sponsored sports club owned by the PTT Public Company Limited.
From the settlement of PTT Public Company Limited in Map Ta Phut subdistrict and Rayong Provincial Administrative Organization have the same goal in sports activities in line with the corporate social responsibility approach of PTT Group which foresees that sports can strengthen the community. Meanwhile, PTT Public Company Limited had a football team founded in 1983 active in many competitions, both domestic and foreign. PTT Public Company Limited and Rayong Provincial Administrative Organization set up a football team to encourage the people of Rayong to see the benefits of football and improve the reputation of Rayong Province.
In 2019 PTT Public Company Limited decided to dissolve the team after talking with the executive board stated that the PTT group did not have enough expertise in running a professional football club. The club president, Mr. B. Prasit, cited the low number of supporters as the reason for folding the club. Mr. Prasit disclosed that the PTT Group aspired to develop a football club that truly represents the people residing in the Rayong province and one that deserves their support. From now on, the PTT group will focus on its youth football academy, hoping to assemble a side that fulfills the potential of local talents and wins the support of the local residents in the province.
Stadium and locations
|Bangkok||Prachaniwet Sport Centre||?||2007|
|Bangkok||Jarun Burapharat Stadium||?||2008|
|Bangkok||Prachaniwet Sport Center||?||2008|
|Chonburi||IPE Chonburi Stadium||12,000||2009|
|Rayong||Rayong Province Stadium||14,000||2010–2011|
Season By Season Domestic record
|2008||DIV 1||30||10||11||9||38||29||41||6th||–||–||–||–||David Bayiha||11|
|2009||DIV 1||30||9||9||12||53||49||36||10th||R3||–||–||–||Jirawoot Saranant||18|
|2010||DIV 1||30||9||11||10||47||51||38||11th||R2||–||R3||–||Rachanon Srinork||10|
|2011||DIV 1||34||17||8||9||54||28||59||4th||R3||–||R1||–||Adisak Srikampang||21|
|2012||DIV 1||34||19||5||10||61||33||62||5th||R4||–||R1||–||Adisak Srikampang||11|
|2013||DIV 1||34||17||13||4||44||27||64||3rd||QF||–||R3||–||Pipat Thonkanya||9|
|2015||DIV 1||38||14||12||12||62||60||54||7th||R2||–||R1||–||Yves Desmarets||12|
|2018||T2||28||17||5||6||54||32||56||1st||R2||–||Qualification play-off||–||Dennis Murillo||14|
|2019||T1||30||9||8||13||33||46||35||11th||R2||–||Round 32||–||Ariel Rodríguez||9|
- ""บิ๊กหนึ่ง" ย้ำเป้าหมายพลังเพ���ิงคือไทยลีก".
- "PTT STADIUMS".
- King, Ian; Schöggl, Hans & Stokkermans, Karel (20 March 2014). "Thailand – List of Champions". RSSSF. Retrieved 29 October 2014. Select link to season required from chronological list.
- rsssf.com: Details of the season 2007