Seoul E-Land FC

Seoul E-Land FC
서울 이랜드 FC
Full name Seoul E-Land Football Club
Short name SEFC
Founded 2014 (2014)
Ground Seoul Olympic Stadium
Ground Capacity 69,950
Owner E-Land Group
Chairman Park Sung-kyung
Manager Park Kun-ha
League K League Challenge
2016 K League Challenge, 6th
Website Club home page

Seoul E-Land FC (Korean: 서울 이랜드 FC) is South Korean professional football club based in Seoul which plays in the K League Challenge (second division). Seoul E-Land was announced as the league's second football club based in Seoul on April 14, 2014.[1]

This club is owned by E-Land Group and plays at the Seoul Olympic Stadium.


On 14 April 2014, E-Land Group officially announced foundation of professional football club based in Seoul.

On 17 July 2014, the club appointed former Vancouver Whitecaps manager Martin Rennie as head coach.[2] He was sacked on 15 June 2016.[3]

On 24 June 2016, the club appointed Park Kun-ha as head coach.


Current squad

As of 1 August 2016.[4]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 South Korea GK Kim Young-kwang
3 South Korea DF Lee Jae-hun
4 South Korea MF Kim Joon-tae
5 Trinidad and Tobago DF Carlyle Mitchell
6 South Korea DF Kim Dong-chul
7 South Korea DF Sim Sang-min (on loan from FC Seoul)
9 South Korea MF Seo Jung-jin (on loan from Ulsan Hyundai)
10 South Korea FW Yoo Chang-hyun (on loan from Seongnam)
11 Brazil FW Tarabai (on loan from Hibernians)
14 South Korea FW Cho Woo-jin
15 South Korea DF Kim Tae-eun
16 South Korea MF Sin Il-soo
17 South Korea MF Ahn Tae-hyun
18 South Korea MF Joo Min-kyu
19 South Korea DF Cho Hyang-ki
No. Position Player
21 South Korea GK Lee Sang-ki
22 South Korea MF Jeon Min-gwang
23 South Korea MF Choi Oh-baek
24 South Korea FW Kim Hyun-kyu
25 South Korea MF Kim Hyun-sol
26 South Korea MF Kim Chang-wook
27 South Korea MF Kim Bong-rae (on loan from Jeju United)
30 South Korea DF Koo Dae-yeob
31 South Korea GK Kim Hyun-sung
36 South Korea DF Kim Ji-hoon
47 South Korea MF Kim Jae-yeon
55 South Korea DF Ko Kyung-joon
63 South Korea DF Kim Dong-jin
66 South Korea MF Choi Chi-won (on loan from Jeonbuk)
77 South Korea FW Yoo Jae-ho

Out on loan

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
South Korea DF Choi Yoo-sang (to Chungju Hummel)
South Korea DF Yang Ki-hoon (to Ulsan Hyundai Mipo Dolphin)
South Korea MF Yoon Sung-yeul (to Cheongju City)
No. Position Player
South Korea MF Jeon Ki-sung (to Bucheon FC 1995)
South Korea MF Kim Seong-ju (to Sangju Sangmu)
South Korea MF Kim Jae-sung (to Jeju United)

Management team

Position Staff
ManagerSouth Korea Park Kun-ha
Assistant ManagerArgentina In Chang-soo[5]
Fitness CoachEngland Dan Harris
Goalkeeper CoachSouth Korea Hwang Hee-hoon
Youth CoachSouth Korea Choi Tae-uk
Performance AnalystSouth Korea Kim Se-yun
Team DoctorSouth Korea Kim Jin-su
ScoutSouth Korea Kim Kyung-won

Source: Seoul E-Land FC.

Managerial history

# Name Appointed From To Season Notes
Scotland Martin Rennie 2014/07/17 2014/09/11 2016/06/15
First manager
C Argentina In Chang-soo 2016/06/15 2016/06/15 2016/06/25
He was in charge in a match
against Busan IPark (June 25)
South Korea Park Kun-ha 2016/06/24 2016/06/25

Kit sponsors

Start End Kit Manufacturer Kit Sponsor
January 2015 August 2015 United States New Balance South Korea E-Land Group
August 2015 present South Korea New Core Mall

See also


  1. "이랜드그룹, 프로축구단 창단 발표". Retrieved 14 April 2013.
  2. John Duerden (26 July 2015). "Martin Rennie's South Korean mission with second tier Seoul E-Land". Retrieved 16 June 2016.
  3. "Scottish coach sacked by Seoul football club". 15 June 2015. Retrieved 16 June 2016.
  4. "Players" (in Korean). Seoul E-Land FC official website. Retrieved 31 March 2016.
  5. 아르헨 국적 축구 코치 인창수 씨
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