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Jeju United FC

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Established
1982 (40 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Jeju World Cup Stadium
(35,657 Capacity)

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Location
Seogwipo-si, Jeju, South Korea

Nicknames
Jeju Mountaineers

Competitions
South Korean K League 1

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Upcoming Events
22 May 22 Jeju United  -  Suwon Samsung
28 May 22 Jeonbuk Hyundai  -  Jeju United
18 Jun 22 Jeju United  -  Incheon United
21 Jun 22 Daegu FC  -  Jeju United
26 Jun 22 Gangwon FC  -  Jeju United

Latest Results
18 May 22 Ulsan Hyundai  1 - 0  Jeju United
15 May 22 Suwon FC  1 - 3  Jeju United
08 May 22 Jeju United  3 - 1  Sangju Sangmu
05 May 22 Seongnam FC  1 - 2  Jeju United
10 Apr 22 Incheon United  2 - 2  Jeju United

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The Jeju United Football Club (Hangul:제주 유나이티드 FC; Hanja: 濟州 유나이티드 FC) is a South Korean professional football club. The club is based in Seogwipo, Jeju Province, South Korea. In the past, the club has been known as the Yukong Elephants Football Club and Bucheon SK.

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Jeju World Cup Stadium is a football stadium with a 35,657-person capacity that is located in the city of Seogwipo on the South Korean Jeju Province and is the home of Jeju United. The design of the stadium which is in the shape of mouth of a volcano is based on Jeju Island’s natural environment and its sea surroundings. The roof of Jeju World Cup Stadium is in the form of nets of traditional fishing boats in Jeju. Jeju hosted several matches of the 2002 FIFA World Cup, after which about 7,000 changeable seats on the upper eastern stand were transferred to the Gangchanghak Practice Stadium, making the total seating capacity in the main stadium 35,657. It also hosted some matches of the 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup.

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