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|Full name||Samut Songkhram Football Club |
|Nickname(s)||Raging Mackerel |
|Ground||Samut Songkhram Stadium|
Samut Songkhram, Thailand
|League||Thai League 3|
|2020||Thai League 3|
The official team colours are light blue and white, and the nickname is Pla-Tu-Kha-Nong which Pla thu refers to the Shortbodied mackerel, and Kha-Nong is the Thai language meaning Rage. Another less common nickname is Mae Klong, referring to a river in western Thailand which flows in Samutsongkhram.
In their first season of Thai Division 1 League, they finished runners-up in the league table group B and went to reach 4th place in final league table, and were promoted to Thailand's top flight the Thai Premier League.
The club finished 7th in their first season of top tier of the Thai football. In the following year they finished 10th.
In 2010 season, Samut Songkhram is sponsored by The Siam Cement (SCG). The club went on finishing the season at 8th place of the league table. SCG support the team until season 2011 after SCG left, financial problem happened with the club.
Stadium and locations by season records
|Samut Songkhram||Samut Songkhram Stadium||5,000||2007–2013|
|Bangkok||Thai Army Sports Stadium||20,000||2014|
|Samut Songkhram||Samut Songkhram Stadium||6,000||2015–2017|
Season by season record
|Season||League||FA Cup||League Cup||Queen's
|2015||DIV 1||38||13||11||14||55||53||50||12th||R4||R1||Marc Landry Babo||18|
|2016||DIV 1||27||4||7||16||26||61||19||15th||R1||R1||David Bala||6|
|2017||T2||32||9||8||15||42||57||35||14th||R3||Qualification Play-off||Andre Araujo
|2018||T4 West||24||10||8||6||28||29||38||4th||R1||Not Enter||Woraphot Somsang
Mirzajani Tafreshi Nima
|2019||T4 West||24||7||5||12||27||40||26||6th||QF||2nd QF||Sittichai Pankoo||7|
- As of 28 November 2020
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Club History Archived 2009-05-19 at the Wayback Machine
- SIAM CEMENT GROUP SPONSOR SAMUT USD306,000 ANNUALLY[permanent dead link]
- ""โค้ชลิง" ระบายพร้อมวอนขอความเห็นใจ".
- ""Official decision of FA Thailand"". thaileague.co.th. FA Thailand.
- Samut Songkhram soar
- Samut Songkhram. Retrieved on 28 November 2020.
- Competition History Archived 2010-03-26 at the Wayback Machine
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