Hanil Bank FC

Hanil Bank FC
Full name Hanil Bank Football Club
한일은행 축구단
Founded 1970
Dissolved 1997
Manager Kim Ho

Hanil Bank Football Club (Korean: 한일은행 축구단) is a football club in South Korea. The side spent three seasons in the K-League from 1984–1986. It was led by Kim Ho, who later coached the Daejeon Citizen and Suwon Samsung Bluewings. Hanil Bank was dissolved in December 1998.[1]


Season K-League Top scorer
(League goals)
Stage Teams P W D L GF GA GD Pts Position
1984 First Stage8143471426−12177th South Korea Choi Deok-Ju (7)
South Korea Wang Sun-Jae (7)
South Korea Kim Ho
Second Stage8142751219−7176th
1985 Full League82131081830−12167th South Korea Cho Seong-Kyu (3)
South Korea Choi Yeong-Hoi (3)
1986 First Stage610334910−195th South Korea Yoon Sung-Hyo (5)
Second Stage610118823−1536th



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