|Full name||Ayutthaya United Football Club |
สโมสรฟุตบอล อยุธยา ยูไนเต็���
|Nickname(s)||The Ayothaya Warriors |
|Founded||2007, as Sena Municipality|
2016 , as Ayutthaya United
|Ground||Ayutthaya Province Stadium|
|Head Coach||Santi Chaiyaphuak|
|League||Thai League 2|
|2020–21||Thai League 2, 9th|
Ayutthaya United Football Club (Thai: อยุธยา ยูไนเต็ด) is a Thailand football club based in Sena, Ayutthaya province. The club participates in Thai League 2 the second tier of Thai football league system. The team plays their home matches at Ayutthaya Province Stadium.
Prior to 2016 the club was called "Sena Municipality Football Club". After it was promoted from runner-up Khǒr Royal Cup to Regional League Division 2, the club changed its name to Ayutthaya United.
Khor Royal Cup
In 2008, Sena Municipality football club took part in Khor Royal Cup. In 2007/08 season, Sena Municipality were in round of 16 before losing to Assumption Sriracha School football club 2–3. In 2008/09, they again reached the round of 16 before losing to Hua-Hin Municipality F.C. 0–1.
In Khor royal cup 2013, Sena Municipality reached the semi-final. They have a match with Nakhon Ratchasima Municipality Sport School Football Club. Sena Municipality defeated to them 4–2 but still earned a promotion to Khǒr Royal Cup.
Khǒr Royal Cup
In 2014s, Sena Municipality football club played in Khǒr Royal Cup for the first time and they reached the round of 16. They were defeated by Institute of Physical Education Bangkok F.C. 1–2. In 2015s, Sena Municipality advanced to the semi-final, with promotion to the Thailand Regional League Division for the winner. In semi-final, despite being defeated by Institute of Physical Education Samut Sakhon F.C., they still gained promotion because of problems in the other semi-final between Air Technical Training School and Pak Chong School Alumni Association F.C.. Sena Municipality subsequently got promoted.
After Sena Municipality got promote to Regional league division. They requested patent to be corporation called "Ayutthaya United (2015) Company limited" and change club name to Ayutthaya United. The team plays their home matches at Senabodee Stadium, Sena District.
On 19 March 2016, Ayutthaya United played their first football league match at Nakhon Sawan Province Stadium with Nakhon Sawan F.C. Ayutthaya United won 1–0 by the goal of Rungroj Sawangsri, former Thailand national defender. So, he was the first player who score a goal for Ayutthaya United in professional level.
- Club logo since 2016 season
Stadium and locations
|Ayutthaya||Ayutthaya Province Stadium||6,000||2017|
Season by season record
|Season||League||FA Cup||League Cup||Top goalscorer|
|2016||Central||20||8||7||5||19||15||31||4th||Not Enter||R1||Tomohiro Onodera||4|
|2017||T3 Upper||26||14||5||7||40||26||47||4th||R2||R1||Kendall Jagdeosingh||18|
(league 12 goals)
|2018||T3 Upper||26||16||6||4||49||23||54||2nd||QR||Qualification play-off||Nascimento Dos Santos Neto Osvaldo||15|
|2019||T2||34||5||9||20||37||64||24||18th||Not Enter||R1||Jeong Woo-geun||8|
|2020–21||T2||34||13||8||13||46||45||47||9th||Not Enter||–||Yoo Byung-soo||20|
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- First Thai FA Cup Match
- First Thai League Cup Match
- First Football League Match
- Biggest Win
- 9–0 v Pumin Witthaya School, 9 January 2009 in Khor Royal Cup.
- Biggest Loss
- League Biggest Win (Home)
- League Biggest Win (Away)
- Most goals for the club
- 21, by Nascimento dos Santos Neto Osvaldo (league 20 goals, league cup 1 goals, F.A. cup 0 goals)
- Most League goals for the club
- 20, by Nascimento dos Santos Neto Osvaldo
- 20, by Yoo Byung-soo
- Most league goals in a season
- First player to score a league goal
- First foreign players to score a league goal
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 4 April 2016. Retrieved 12 November 2016.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
- อยุธยา ยูไนเต็ด เตรียมเปิดตัวสโมสรในชื่อ อยุธยารวมใจเป็นหนึ่ง (in Thai).