Royal Thai Navy
Royal Thai Police
|2008 AFC Champions League||Chonburi|
Krung Thai Bank
|Top goalscorer||Ney Fabiano de Oliveira |
(Thailand Tobacco Monopoly FC) (18)
|Biggest home win||Royal Thai Army 5-1 |
Port Authority of Thailand
Tobacco Monopoly 4-0 Royal Thai Army
Port Authority of Thailand 4-0 Suphanburi
|Biggest away win||Royal Thai Police 0-7 |
BEC Tero Sasana
|Highest scoring||Royal Thai Police 0-7 |
BEC Tero Sasana
The 2007 Thai Premier League had 16 teams, combining the 12 member clubs from the 2006 season, the top two clubs from Division 1, and two clubs from the Pro League 1. The official name of the league at this time was Thailand Premier League.
Matches were normally played on Saturdays with a 4pm kick off time but there were some 5pm or 6pm started and some midweek fixtures. Evening kick offs were rare. The season would have a three-month break from mid-May to mid-August because of the Asian Cup which was being co-hosted by Thailand from July 7–29 and the world university games, the Universiade, in Bangkok from August 8–18.
Normally only the Premier League champions are allowed to take part in the AFC Champions League. However, for the 2007 season, the runners-up would also be admitted due to the late completion of Indonesian domestic league and cup competitions.
- Bangkok Bank
- Bangkok University
- BEC Tero Sasana
- Krung Thai Bank
- Nakhon Pathom (promoted from Provincial League)
- Osotsapa M-150
- Port Authority of Thailand
- Provincial Electricity Authority
- Royal Thai Army
- Royal Thai Navy (promoted from Division 1)
- Royal Thai Police (promoted from Division 1)
- Thai Honda
- Thailand Tobacco Monopoly
- TOT (promoted from Provincial League)
Stadium and locations
Final league table
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Qualification or relegation|
|1||Chonburi||30||19||6||5||50||25||+25||63||Champion and Qualification for the 2008 AFC Champions League|
|2||Krung Thai Bank||30||15||9||6||40||24||+16||54||Qualification for the 2008 AFC Champions League|
|3||BEC Tero Sasana||30||14||9||7||47||29||+18||51|
|5||Royal Thai Army||30||13||8||9||40||33||+7||47[b]|
|15||Royal Thai Navy[d]||30||5||12||13||21||35||−14||27|
|16||Royal Thai Police[d]||30||5||4||21||19||51||−32||19|
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd head-to-head; 3rd goal difference; 4th goals scored
- The following clubs were promoted from the Division 1 League and joined the Premier League for 2008:
- Thai Premier League was combined with Provincial League completely. Chonburi FC was the first club from Provincial League that was the champion of Thai Premier League in this season.
- League champions Bangkok University took centre stage for Thailand in their first foray into the Asian Champions League, they put up a good fight, losing 3 games and drawing 3 games in an impressive campaign, although they still finished bottom of their group stage. Only one team would be for the Asian Champions League due to the fact that Australia entered the Asian Confederation.
- Osotsapa would enter the 2007 AFC Cup, the first time a Thai team would enter this competition. They came third in their group, and only 3 points behind the group winners.
- After reaching the final the previous year, Chonburi made a swift exit from the Singapore Cup getting beat in the first round by Balestier Khalsa. Bangkok University brought back some pride when they duly dispatched of Balestier Khalsa in the Quarter-Final stage before being knocked out by Tampines Rovers in the semi-final.
Coach of the Year
Player of the year
- : แข้งไทยลีกกลับมาอีกครั้ง 22ส.ค.เทโรฯเสีย4ไอวอรีฯ (in Thai).
- : สรุปไทยลีกล่าสุด (in Thai).
- อัพเดตไทยลีก (in Thai).
- [จับกระแสบอลไทยลีก VOL.1] ฉายา และสนามของแต่ละทีม ฉบับ Update ตามจริง (in Thai).
- ไทยลีกเสาร์นี้ "โฟร์กัส" หลายคู่ครับ (in Thai).
- โปรแกรม ฟุตบอลไทยแลนด์ฯลีก วันพุธที่ 24 ตค. 2550 (in Thai).
- สะพายกล้องท่องลีกไทย อยู่กับเหย้า เฝ้ากับเรือนที่ลาดกระบัง (in Thai).
- Football records in Thailand
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