1986 K League

The Korea Professional Football League 1986 was fourth season of top football league in South Korea. The Korea Professional Football League was introduced for this season, having been previously known as the Korean Super League.

This season was total 6 teams are participated in the league. Five of them are professional teams (Yukong Elephants, Daewoo Royals, POSCO Atoms, Lucky-Goldstar Hwangso and Hyundai Horang-i) and one amateur team (Hanil Bank). Hallelujah FC which founded as a 1st professional football club changed amateur status and withdrew the league simultaneously. Also Sangmu that amateur army team was withdrew the league, but Hanil Bank was remained the league.

League began 2 March 1986 and ended 16 November 1986. Season was operated its season in two stages, every teams are played each other in each stage, with the winners of each stage to the post-season championship playoffs. Between first stage and second stage, Korea Professional Football Championship that only professional teams participated competition was held from May to September.

League standing

First Stage

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD comment
POSCO Atoms 121036195+4 First Stage Champion
Lucky-Goldstar Hwangso 111035298+1
Yukong Elephants 10104241110+1
Daewoo Royals 1010424810-2
Hanil Bank 910334910-1
Hyundai Horang-i 81024469-3

Second Stage

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD comment
Lucky-Goldstar Hwangso 1610721199+10 Second Stage Champion
Hyundai Horang-i 1410541168+8
Daewoo Royals 12106041814+4
Yukong Elephants 9103341816+2
POSCO Atoms 610226918-9
Hanil Bank 310118823-15

Championship playoffs

First Leg

Second Leg

1986 Korean League Winners
1st Title

Top scorers

Rank Scorer Club Goals Matches
1 South Korea Chung Hae-Won Daewoo Royals 10 19
2 South Korea Ham Hyun-Gi Hyundai Horang-i 8 20
3 South Korea Gu Bon-Seok Yukong Elephants 7 18
4 South Korea Kim Yong-Se Yukong Elephants 6 10
5 South Korea Cho Min-Kuk Lucky-Goldstar Hwangso 5 10
South Korea Lee Heung-Sil POSCO Atoms 17
South Korea Lee Sang-Rae Lucky-Goldstar Hwangso 19
South Korea Yoon Sung-Hyo Hanil Bank 20
9 4 players 4
13 7 players 3
20 11 players 2
31 28 players 1
own goals 2


K-League Most Valuable Player

The K-League Most Valuable Player award was won by Lee Heung-Sil (Daewoo Royals)

K-League Top Scorer

The K-League Top Scorer award was won by Chung Hae-Won (Daewoo Royals)

K-League Top Assistor

The K-League Top Assister award was won by Kang Deouk-Soo (Lucky-Goldstar Hwangso)

K-League Rookie of the Year

The K-League Rookie of the Year Award was won by Ham Hyun-Gi (Hyundai Horang-i)

K-League Manager of the Year

The K-League Manager of the Year Award was won by Choi Eun-Taek (POSCO Atoms)

K-League Fighting Spirit Award

The K-League Fighting Spirit award was won by Min Jin-Hong (Yukong Elephants)

K-League Exemplary Award

The K-League Exemplary award was won by Park Seong-Hwa (POSCO Atoms)

K-League Best Goalkeeper Award

The K-League Best Goalkeeper award was won by Kim Hyeon-Tae (Lucky-Goldstar Hwangso) and Oh Seong-Ho (Hyundai Horang-i)

K-League Best Eleven

Goalkeeper: Kim Hyeon-Tae (Lucky-Goldstar Hwangso)
Defence: Cho Young-Jeung (Lucky-Goldstar Hwangso), Kim Pyung-Seok, Choi Kang-Hee (both Hyundai Horang-i), Park No-Bong (Daewoo Royals)
Midfield: Cho Min-Kuk (Lucky-Goldstar Hwangso), Lee Heung-Sil (POSCO Atoms), Yoon Sung-Hyo (Hanil Bank)
Attack: Kim Yong-Se (Yukong Elephants), Chung Hae-Won (Daewoo Royals), Ham Hyun-Gi (Hyundai Horang-i)

See also


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