|Champions||MOF Customs United|
|Promoted||MOF Customs United|
|Goals scored||451 (2.48 per match)|
|Top goalscorer|| Uroš Stojanov|
|Biggest home win||7 goals difference|
Nara United 7–0 Simork
(5 August 2018)
|Biggest away win||4 goals difference|
Simork 0–4 Royal Thai Army
(1 August 2018)
|Highest scoring||8 goals|
Simork 3–5 MOF Customs United
(26 August 2018)
|Longest winning run||5 matches |
MOF Customs United
|Longest unbeaten run||13 matches |
|Longest winless run||12 matches |
|Longest losing run||5 matches |
Royal Thai Army
Trang 1–1 Nara United
(15 July 2018)
Rajpracha 0–0 Nara United
(11 August 2018)
2019 →All statistics correct as of 26 August 2018.
2018 Thai League 3 Lower Region is the 2nd season of the Thai football league. It is a part of the Thai League 3 and the feeder league for the Thai League 2. A total of 14 teams will compete in the league this season, after Banbueng withdrew before the season started.
Changes from Last Season
A club was promoted from the 2017 Thai League 4
A clubs was promoted to the 2018 Thai League 2
A club was relegated to the 2018 Thai League 4 Western Region
A club was relegated from the 2017 Thai League 2
- Banbueng authorize from Phuket City because Banbueng is an absolute football club quota.
- Bangkok University Deffo was renamed to Deffo
- Nakhon Si Thammarat Unity was renamed to WU Nakhon Si United
- Songkhla United and Krung Thonburi Club-licensing football club didn't pass to play 2018 Thai League 3 Lower Region. This team is banned 2 years and Relegated to 2020 Thai League 4 Southern Region for Songkhla United, 2020 Thailand Amateur League Bangkok Metropolitan Region for Krung Thonburi .
Stadium and locations
|BTU United||Bangkok||Bangkok-Thonburi University Stadium||1,500|
|Chamchuri United||Bangkok||Chulalongkorn University Stadium||20,000|
|Deffo||Bangkok||TOT Stadium Chaeng Watthana||5,000|
|Kasem Bundit University||Bangkok||Kasem Bundit University Stadium, Rom Klao||2,000|
|MOF Customs United||Samut Prakan||Customs Department Stadium, Ladkrabang 54||2,000|
|Nara United||Narathiwat||Narathiwat PAO. Stadium||5,000|
|Phuket City||Phuket||Surakul Stadium||15,000|
|Ranong United||Ranong||Ranong Provincial Stadium||7,000|
|Royal Thai Army||Bangkok||Thai Army Sports Stadium||20,000|
|Simork||Angthong||Angthong Provincial Stadium||6,000|
|Surat Thani||Surat Thani||Surat Thani Provincial Stadium||10,000|
|Trang||Trang||Trang Municipality Stadium||5,000|
|WU Nakhon Si United||Nakhon Si Thammarat||Walailak University Stadium||10,000|
|Other foreign players.|
|AFC quota players.|
|ASEAN quota players.|
|No foreign player registered.|
A T3 team could registered five foreign players by at least one player from AFC member countries and at least one player from ASEAN member countries. A team can use four foreign players on the field in each game, including at least one player from the AFC member countries or ASEAN member countries (3+1).
- Note :
: players who released during summer transfer window;
: players who registered during summer transfer window;
↔: players who have dual nationality by half-caste or naturalization.
|Club||Leg||Player 1||Player 2||Player 3||Player 4||Player 5|
|BTU United||1st||Felipe Silva Abreu||Kouassi Bernard||Thierry Ratsimbazafy||Lee Heon-ju|
|Chamchuri United||1st||Han Ji-Seong||Daiki Higuchi||Hiroyuki Sugimoto||Kim Jun-ho|
|2nd||Julius Chukwuma Ononiwu|
|Deffo||1st||Adama Diomandé||Diego Barrera||Tangeni Shipahu||Song Jin-ouk|
|2nd||Kedi Amang Ghislain Roger||Ise Yohei|
|Kasem Bundit University||1st||Víctor Moraes||Kim Myung-Su||Song Yun-ho||Sanou Oumar|
|2nd||Alaan Bruno De Sousa Santos||Caíque Freitas Ribeiro||Taiga Watabe|
|MOF Customs United||1st||Ibrahim Coulibaly||Efe Jerry Obode||Uroš Stojanov||Hwang In-seong|
|2nd||Giuberty Silva Neves||Anayo Cosmas Onuora|
|Nara United||1st||Kim Ban-suk||Ibrahim Dicko||Osama Ibrahim||Jung Jung-yu|
|Phuket City||1st||Kyaw Phyo Wai||Lee Jun-Ki|
|Rajpracha||1st||Anayo Cosmas Onuora||Julius Ononiwu||Onyemelukwe Okechukwu|
|2nd||Kong Tae-hyun||Kameni Roderigue Ferdinand||Lucas Daniel Echenique|
|Ranong United||1st||Alaan Bruno De Sousa Santos||Giuberty Silva Neves||Burnel Okana-Stazi||Kim Tae-woong||Win Hlaing Oo|
|2nd||Kaham Seuntcha Mardochee||Armand Mefire Njikam|
|Royal Thai Army||1st|
|2nd||Mohamed Osman Abdelaty|
|Surat Thani||1st||Vinicius Silva Freitas||Phathana Phommathep||Soumahoro Mafa||Kourouma Mohamed|| Faramarz|
|2nd||Ibrahim Coulibaly||Khoun Laboravy|
|Trang||1st||Fernando Abreu||Bouba Abbo||Douglas Lopes Carneiro||Tetsuro Inoue|
|2nd||Ricardo Theodoro de Almeida||Nelisson Teles|
|WU Nakhon Si United||1st||Endo Shiyu||Samuel Abega Ampofo||Daniel Mensah||Daiki Konomura|
|2nd||Efe Jerry Obode|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Qualification or relegation|
|1||MOF Customs United (Q, P)||26||15||9||2||43||23||+20||54||Promotion to 2019 Thai League 2 and Qualification to 1st Position of Play-off round|
|2||Nara United (Q)||26||13||11||2||45||18||+27||50[a]||Qualification to 3rd Position of Play-off round|
|7||Royal Thai Army||26||10||5||11||30||31||−1||35|
|8||WU Nakhon Si United||26||9||7||10||31||31||0||34|
|11||Kasem Bundit University||26||5||10||11||26||33||−7||25|
|14||Deffo (R)||26||4||11||11||24||36||−12||23[b]||Relegation to the 2019 Thai League 4|
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head; 3) Goal difference; 4) Goals scored;).
(P) Promoted; (Q) Qualified to the phase indicated; (R) Relegated.
- Nara United ahead on head-to-head record; Nara United 4 pts, Trang 1 pt.
- Head-to-head record (Mini league): Simork 6 pts(gd +3), Rajpracha 6 pts(gd +1), Deffo 2 pts.
Positions by round
|Leader and promotion to the 2019 Thai League 2|
|Qualification for Thai League 3 Play-offs|
|Relegation to the 2019 Thai League 4|
The table lists the positions of teams after each week of matches. In order to preserve chronological evolvements, any postponed matches are not included in the round at which they were originally scheduled, but added to the full round they were played immediately afterwards. For example, if a match is scheduled for matchday 13, but then postponed and played between days 16 and 17, it will be added to the standings for day 16.
Results by round
; = Win; = Draw = Loss
- As of 26 August 2018.
|1||Uroš Stojanov||MOF Customs United||15|
|Daiki Konomura||WU Nakhon Si United|
|3||Jung Jung-yu||Nara United||14|
|4||Jaruwat Narmmool||Phuket City (7),
Lamphun Warrior (5)
|Mohamed Kourouma||Surat Thani|
|6||Ibrahim Dicko||Nara United||11|
|7||Efe Obode||MOF Customs United (1),
WU Nakhon Si United (9)
|8||Burnel Okana-Stazi||Ranong United||9|
|Douglas Lopes Carneiro||Trang|
|10||Kasitinard Sriphirom||Chamchuri United||8|
|Amarin Jaisuesat||Surat Thani|
|Ahamarasul Due-reh||Nara United||Surat Thani||5–2||24 February 2018|
|Jung Jung-yu||Nara United||Rajpracha||4–1||6 May 2018|
|Jung Jung-yu||Nara United||Simork||7–0||5 August 2018|
|Anirut Suebyim||Banbueng Phuket City||Simork||4–0||19 August 2018|
|4||MOF Customs United||5,142||720||123||395||+27.0%|
|7||Royal Thai Army||3,378||550||136||260||+23.2%|
|8||WU Nakhon Si United||3,004||485||85||231||+43.5%|
|12||Kasem Bundit University||2,248||300||100||172||−11.3%|
Updated to games played on 26 August 2018
Source: Thai League 3
Attendance by home match played
|Team \ Match played||1||2||3||4||5||6||7||8||9||10||11||12||13||Total|
|Kasem Bundit University||200||210||100||120||200||250||107||150||200||300||100||100||211||2,248|
|MOF Customs United||200||300||123||416||250||425||720||650||478||300||250||430||600||5,142|
|Royal Thai Army||223||255||250||164||136||230||253||550||195||156||280||186||500||3,378|
|WU Nakhon Si United||485||364||300||150||200||85||150||150||100||200||220||200||400||3,004|
Source: Thai League 3
Unk.1 Some error of T3 official match report 28 July 2018 (Trang 3–1 Ranong United).
Unk.2 Some error of T3 official match report 5 August 2018 (Nara United 7–0 Simork).
- "Highest attendance". T3 official match report (Trang 1–1 Nara United). 15 July 2018.
- "Lowest attendance". T3 official match report (Rajpracha 0–0 Nara United). 11 August 2018.
- ""วัวชนแดนใต้" และ บ้านบึง อาจไม่ได้ลงแข่งในศึก ยูโร่เค้ก ลีก โปร ฤดูกาลหน้า หลังไม่ผ่าน คลับ ไลเซนซิง". Archived from the original on 2018-01-30. Retrieved 2018-01-29.
- "OFFICIAL: สงขลา, บ้านบึง ไม่ผ่าน คลับ ไลเซนซิ่ง ส่อชวดแข่ง T3" (in Thai). 23 December 2017. Archived from the original on 30 January 2018. Retrieved 29 January 2018.
- ภูเก็ตเฮ!นายทุนยาสูบเทคบ้านบึง หนุนลุยที3ใช้ชื่อภูเก็ต ซิตี้ (in Thai).
- "Official T3 and T4 team pass Club-licensing of Thai League 2018". thaileague.co.th. FA Thailand.
- Two teams from upper and lower region play-off for promotion to the Thai League 2.
- "Thai League 3 Table (ตารางคะแนนตามระเบียบการแข่งขัน T3 ปี 2018)". Thai League official facebook. Thai League. 26 August 2018.
- "Attendances have not reported". Some error of T3 official match report (Trang vs. Ranong United). 28 July 2018.
- "Attendances have not reported". Some error of T3 official match report (Nara United vs. Simork). 5 August 2018.