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Suwon Samsung Bluewings is a South Korean football
Football (soccer)
Association football, more commonly known as football or soccer, is a sport played between two teams of eleven players with a spherical ball...

 club based in the city of Suwon
Suwon
Suwon is the provincial capital of Gyeonggi-do, South Korea. A major city of over a million inhabitants, Suwon lies approximately south of Seoul. It is traditionally known as "The City of Filial Piety"....

, South Korea
South Korea
The Republic of Korea , , is a sovereign state in East Asia, located on the southern portion of the Korean Peninsula. It is neighbored by the People's Republic of China to the west, Japan to the east, North Korea to the north, and the East China Sea and Republic of China to the south...

, that plays in the K-League
K-League
The Korea Professional Football League is South Korea's only fully professional association football league. At the top of the South Korean football league system, it is the country's highest and most prestigious level of football competition currently contested by 16 clubs.-Establishment:The...

. Founded in December 1995, they have become one of Asian football's most famous clubs with a host of domestic and continental honours. Suwon have won the championship on four occasions, in 1998
K-League 1998
-League table:Point system : W - 3 points, WG - 2 points, WP - 1 pointSuwon Samsung Bluewings won the 1998 K-League Championship.-See also:* 1998 K-League Cup* 1998 K-League Cup...

, 1999
K-League 1999
-League table:Point system : W - 3 points, WG - 2 points, WP - 1 point-See also:* 1999 K-League Cup* 1999 K-League Cup * 1999 Korean FA Cup...

, 2004
K-League 2004
The 2004 season of the K-League kicked off on April 3. The league's previous single-season format was replaced by a separated twice 12-game split-season schedule. Each team will play 12 matches consisting of a home or away fixture against every other team in each stage...

 and 2008
K-League 2008
The 2008 season of the K-League kicked off on March 8. The season and playoff format will be the same as the one used in the 2007 season. The playoff fixtures are set to take place in late November, with the Final being played on two legs in early December....

.

Asia's Player of the Century Cha Bum-Kun
Cha Bum-Kun
Cha Bum-Kun is a South Korean football manager and former player, nicknamed Tscha Bum in Germany because of his name and his thunderous ball striking ability. In South Korea, Cha is greatly respected for his accomplishments in the Bundesliga and the South Korean national team...

 was the manager of the club from 2004 to 2010, when he replaced former national team manager Kim Ho
Kim Ho
Kim Ho is a South Korean football manager, currently without a club after leaving Daejeon Citizen. He began his association football playing career with the amateur Jeil Fabric team, where he played from 1964—1968...

 who had been the club's first manager.

History


The club was officially founded in December 1995, by the Samsung Group
Samsung Group
The Samsung Group is a South Korean multinational conglomerate corporation headquartered in Samsung Town, Seoul, South Korea...

, to be the ninth member of the K-League from the 1996 season
K-League 1996
- First Stage Final Table:- Second Stage Final Table:-Championship playoffs:First Leg----Second LegUlsan Hyundai Horangiwin 3-2 on aggregate...

. It was also the first club to be founded in one specific city, a plan which led to the K-League initiating plans to encourage the other member clubs to forge similar links with local communities.

Former South Korean national team manager Kim Ho
Kim Ho
Kim Ho is a South Korean football manager, currently without a club after leaving Daejeon Citizen. He began his association football playing career with the amateur Jeil Fabric team, where he played from 1964—1968...

 took charge of the side from their first season in the K-League, and the team finished runners-up in the championship play-off that season. The championship was secured in 1998
K-League 1998
-League table:Point system : W - 3 points, WG - 2 points, WP - 1 pointSuwon Samsung Bluewings won the 1998 K-League Championship.-See also:* 1998 K-League Cup* 1998 K-League Cup...

 and retained in 1999
K-League 1999
-League table:Point system : W - 3 points, WG - 2 points, WP - 1 point-See also:* 1999 K-League Cup* 1999 K-League Cup * 1999 Korean FA Cup...

 as Suwon started to dominate Korean football.

Suwon lifted the Asian Club Championship (the predecessor to the AFC Champions League
AFC Champions League
The AFC Champions League is the premier Asian club football competition hosted annually by Asian Football Confederation . The tournament is contested among the top thirty-two clubs from the top 10 Asian leagues, two of which must qualify through the playoffs...

) twice in succession in 2001 and 2002, and also added the Asian Super Cup
Asian Super Cup
The Asian Super Cup was an annual competition between the winners of the Asian Champions Cup and the Asian Cup Winners Cup.The competition started in 1995, but came to an end in 2002 after both major AFC tournaments were merged into the Asian Champions League...

 to their roll of honors on two occasions.

The departure of Kim Ho in 2003 saw Korean football legend Cha Bum-Kun
Cha Bum-Kun
Cha Bum-Kun is a South Korean football manager and former player, nicknamed Tscha Bum in Germany because of his name and his thunderous ball striking ability. In South Korea, Cha is greatly respected for his accomplishments in the Bundesliga and the South Korean national team...

 appointed manager ahead of the 2004 season, and the club won its third league title in his debut season as manager.

Suwon finished runners-up in both major domestic competitions in 2006, as Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma
Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma
Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma is a South Korean professional football club, based in Seongnam, South Korea, that plays in the K-League...

 claimed victory in the K-League championship playoff final and Chunnam Dragons
Chunnam Dragons
Chunnam Dragons is a football club founded in 1995 in the Korean city of Gwangyang, which joined the K-League for the 1995 season at the same time as Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors, their Jeolla province rivals.-History:...

 won in the FA Cup
Korean FA Cup
The Korean FA Cup is a national cup knockout competition involving K-League, National League, and various amateur and university-level clubs which is held by KFA....

 final, thwarting Suwon's attempts to win the first ever domestic double in Korean football.

The 2008 season became one of the most successful seasons in the clubs history. Suwon achieved a domestic "double" by winning the K-League Championship
2008 K-League Championship
2008 K-League Championship is postseason championship playoff of 2008 K-League. The championship are a series of playoff matches contested by the teams 1st to 6th in the 2008 K-League table. All matches are played one leg, except final is played two legs. The top six teams in the final table...

 and the League Cup.

Club honours



Domestic

  • K-League
    K-League
    The Korea Professional Football League is South Korea's only fully professional association football league. At the top of the South Korean football league system, it is the country's highest and most prestigious level of football competition currently contested by 16 clubs.-Establishment:The...

Champions (4) : 1998
K-League 1998
-League table:Point system : W - 3 points, WG - 2 points, WP - 1 pointSuwon Samsung Bluewings won the 1998 K-League Championship.-See also:* 1998 K-League Cup* 1998 K-League Cup...

, 1999
K-League 1999
-League table:Point system : W - 3 points, WG - 2 points, WP - 1 point-See also:* 1999 K-League Cup* 1999 K-League Cup * 1999 Korean FA Cup...

, 2004
K-League 2004
The 2004 season of the K-League kicked off on April 3. The league's previous single-season format was replaced by a separated twice 12-game split-season schedule. Each team will play 12 matches consisting of a home or away fixture against every other team in each stage...

, 2008
K-League 2008
The 2008 season of the K-League kicked off on March 8. The season and playoff format will be the same as the one used in the 2007 season. The playoff fixtures are set to take place in late November, with the Final being played on two legs in early December....

Runners-up (2): 1996
K-League 1996
- First Stage Final Table:- Second Stage Final Table:-Championship playoffs:First Leg----Second LegUlsan Hyundai Horangiwin 3-2 on aggregate...

, 2006
K-League 2006
The 2006 season of the K-League kicked off on March 12. The season and playoff format will be the same as the one used in the 2005 season. The playoff fixtures are set to take place in early November, with the Final being played on two legs in late November....

  • FA Cup
    Korean FA Cup
    The Korean FA Cup is a national cup knockout competition involving K-League, National League, and various amateur and university-level clubs which is held by KFA....

Winners (3): 2002
Korean FA Cup 2002
-First round:---------------------Second round:---------------------------------------------------------------------First round:---------------------------------------------Round of 16:--------...

, 2009
Korean FA Cup 2009
Korean FA Cup 2009 was the 14th edition of the Korean FA Cup. The 2009 KFA Cup began on March 1, 2009 and ended on 8 November, 2009 with Suwon Samsung Bluewings beating Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma 4-2 on penalties after a 1-1 draw.-First round:------------...

, 2010
2010 Korean FA Cup
Korean FA Cup 2010 is the 15th edition of Korean FA Cup. The 2010 KFA Cup began on 6 March 2010 and ended on 24 October 2010.-Schedule:-K-League:All of K-League teams are entered in round of 32...

Runners-up (3): 1996
Korean FA Cup 1996
-Round of 16:---------------------------------Quarter-finals:-----------------Semi-finals:---------Final:---------Awards:* MVP : Cho Jin-Ho...

, 2006
Korean FA Cup 2006
-Tournament Format:-First Round:---------------------------------Round of 32:-----------------------------------------------------------------Round of 16:--------------------------------...

, 2011
2011 Korean FA Cup
Korean FA Cup 2011 is the 16th edition of Korean FA Cup. 2011 KFA Cup began on 12 March 2011.-Schedule:-K-League:All of K-League teams are entered in round of 32...

  • Super Cup
    Korean Super Cup
    The Super Cup was a traditional curtain-raiser to the Korean football season since its inception in 1999. Played between the K-League champions and Korean FA Cup holders, Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors are the only non-champions to have lifted the Super Cup trophy....

Winners (3): 1999, 2000, 2005
  • League Cup
    Korean League Cup
    In addition to Adidas Cup, K-League launched new cup tournamnet in 1997. But these competitions were a short-lived just for 4 years. Busan I'Park dominated it, winning the trophy on two of the four occasions and finishing runners-up once....

Winners (1): 1999
  • Adidas Cup
    Adidas Cup
    Created in 1992 as regular cup competition to run alongside the K-League, the Adidas Cup became a popular early season tournament with the fans and players alike....

Winners (3): 1999
Adidas Cup 1999
In 1999 season, There were two K-League Cup competitions. One is Adidas Cup 1999 and the other is Daehan Fire Insurance Cup 1999 This article is regarding Adidas Cup 1999.-Format:All of the Adidas Cup Tournament's matches are played in Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul...

, 2000
Adidas Cup 2000
In 2000 season, There were two K-League Cup competitions. One is Adidas Cup 2000 and the other is Daehan Fire Insurance Cup 2000This article is regarding Adidas Cup 2000.-Format:The Adidas Cup is a football tournament...

, 2001
Adidas Cup 2001
-Final standings:Point System : Win gets 3, in extra time win gets 2, PK win get 1 point.NB : WE - In extra time won, WP - PK won-Bracket:-Group A:--------------------------------------------------------------------...

  • Hauzen Cup
    Hauzen Cup
    The Samsung Hauzen Cup is a filler competition created to allow domestic football during times of increased national team activity. This competition can perhaps be seen as an attempt to solve the country v club conflict over players...

Winners (2): 2005
Hauzen Cup 2005
K-League Cup 2005, known as Samsung Hauzen Cup 2005 due to the competition's sponsorship.This competition is a filler competition created to allow domestic football during times of increased national team activity. In the 2006 edition, hot issue is appearance of 'big rookie' Park Chu-Young that...

, 2008

Continental

  • AFC Champions League
    AFC Champions League
    The AFC Champions League is the premier Asian club football competition hosted annually by Asian Football Confederation . The tournament is contested among the top thirty-two clubs from the top 10 Asian leagues, two of which must qualify through the playoffs...

Winners (2): 2001, 2002
  • Asian Cup Winners Cup
    Asian Cup Winners Cup
    The Asian Cup Winners' Cup was an association football competition run by the Asian Football Confederation . The competition was started in 1991 as a tournament for all the domestic cup winners from countries affiliated to the AFC...

Runners-up (1): 1998
  • Asian Super Cup
    Asian Super Cup
    The Asian Super Cup was an annual competition between the winners of the Asian Champions Cup and the Asian Cup Winners Cup.The competition started in 1995, but came to an end in 2002 after both major AFC tournaments were merged into the Asian Champions League...

Winners (2): 2001
Asian Super Cup 2001
The 2001 Asian Super Cup was the 7th Asian Super Cup, a football match played between the winners of the previous season's Asian Club Championship and Asian Cup Winners Cup competitions...

, 2002
Asian Super Cup 2002
The 2002 Asian Super Cup was the 8th Asian Super Cup, a football match played between the winners of the previous season's Asian Club Championship and Asian Cup Winners Cup competitions...

  • A3 Champions Cup
    A3 Champions Cup
    A3 Champions Cup was an annual football tournament sanctioned by the East Asian Football Federation. It began in 2003, involving the league champions of China, Japan and South Korea. The host nation also invited an additional team, making this a four team tournament. South Korea was the most...

Winners (1): 2005
2005 A3 Champions Cup
The 2005 A3 Champions Cup was third edition of A3 Champions Cup. It was held from February 13 to 19, 2003 in Seogwipo, South Korea.-Participants: Suwon Samsung Bluewings – 2004 K-League Champions Pohang Steelers – 2004 K-League Runner-ups Shenzhen Jianlibao – 2004 Chinese Super...

  • Pan-Pacific Championship
    Pan-Pacific Championship
    The Pan-Pacific Football Championship was an inter-confederation football tournament between teams from A-League , Chinese Super League , J...

Winners (1): 2009
Pan-Pacific Championship 2009
-Semifinals:-----Third-place match:-Final:-Scorers:-Sponsors:The following is a list of the official sponsors of the Pan-Pacific Championship 2009.*Yamazaki-Nabisco*Japan Airlines*Sports DEPO-External links:*...


Season records

Season Teams K-League
K-League
The Korea Professional Football League is South Korea's only fully professional association football league. At the top of the South Korean football league system, it is the country's highest and most prestigious level of football competition currently contested by 16 clubs.-Establishment:The...

K-League Cup
K-League Cup
The K-League Cup or Korean League Cup is a Korean professional football competition.The origin competition is the Professional Football Championship.This tournament played in 1986 can be seen as a forerunner of this competition....

FA Cup
Korean FA Cup
The Korean FA Cup is a national cup knockout competition involving K-League, National League, and various amateur and university-level clubs which is held by KFA....

Super Cup
Korean Super Cup
The Super Cup was a traditional curtain-raiser to the Korean football season since its inception in 1999. Played between the K-League champions and Korean FA Cup holders, Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors are the only non-champions to have lifted the Super Cup trophy....

AFC
Asian Football Confederation
The Asian Football Confederation is the governing body of association football in Asia. It has 46 member countries, mostly located on the Asian continent. However, due to the disputed boundary of Europe and Asia, nations such as Russia and Turkey which are located mostly in geographic Asia are...

FIFA
FIFA
The Fédération Internationale de Football Association , commonly known by the acronym FIFA , is the international governing body of :association football, futsal and beach football. Its headquarters are located in Zurich, Switzerland, and its president is Sepp Blatter, who is in his fourth...

Manager
1996 9 Runners-up 32 18 9 5 57 33 +24 63 6th(A) Runners-up   Kim Ho
Kim Ho
Kim Ho is a South Korean football manager, currently without a club after leaving Daejeon Citizen. He began his association football playing career with the amateur Jeil Fabric team, where he played from 1964—1968...

1997 10 5th 18 7 7 4 23 23 0 28 6th(A)
3rd(P)
Quarter-finals Runners-up(CW)   Kim Ho
Kim Ho
Kim Ho is a South Korean football manager, currently without a club after leaving Daejeon Citizen. He began his association football playing career with the amateur Jeil Fabric team, where he played from 1964—1968...

1998 10 Champions 20 13 1 6 34 22 +12 35 6th(A)
4th(PM)
Quarter-finals   Kim Ho
Kim Ho
Kim Ho is a South Korean football manager, currently without a club after leaving Daejeon Citizen. He began his association football playing career with the amateur Jeil Fabric team, where he played from 1964—1968...

1999 10 Champions 29 23 0 6 60 26 +34 64 Champions(A)
Champions(D)
1st round Winners 4th(CC)   Kim Ho
Kim Ho
Kim Ho is a South Korean football manager, currently without a club after leaving Daejeon Citizen. He began his association football playing career with the amateur Jeil Fabric team, where he played from 1964—1968...

2000 10 5th 27 14 0 13 48 43 +5 36 Champions(A)
8th(D)
Quarter-finals Winners   Kim Ho
Kim Ho
Kim Ho is a South Korean football manager, currently without a club after leaving Daejeon Citizen. He began his association football playing career with the amateur Jeil Fabric team, where he played from 1964—1968...

2001 10 3rd 27 12 5 10 40 35 +5 41 Champions(A) 1st round Champions(CC)
Winners(SC)
  Kim Ho
Kim Ho
Kim Ho is a South Korean football manager, currently without a club after leaving Daejeon Citizen. He began his association football playing career with the amateur Jeil Fabric team, where he played from 1964—1968...

2002 10 3rd 27 12 9 6 40 26 +14 45 4th(A) Champions Champions(CC)
Winners(SC)
  Kim Ho
Kim Ho
Kim Ho is a South Korean football manager, currently without a club after leaving Daejeon Citizen. He began his association football playing career with the amateur Jeil Fabric team, where he played from 1964—1968...

2003 12 3rd 44 19 15 10 59 46 +13 72 No competition Round of 32 No Competition   Kim Ho
Kim Ho
Kim Ho is a South Korean football manager, currently without a club after leaving Daejeon Citizen. He began his association football playing career with the amateur Jeil Fabric team, where he played from 1964—1968...

2004 13 Champions 27 14 6 7 32 24 +8 46 4th(S) Round of 16   Cha Bum-Kun
Cha Bum-Kun
Cha Bum-Kun is a South Korean football manager and former player, nicknamed Tscha Bum in Germany because of his name and his thunderous ball striking ability. In South Korea, Cha is greatly respected for his accomplishments in the Bundesliga and the South Korean national team...

2005 13 10th 24 6 10 8 29 32 -3 28 Champions(S) Round of 16 Winners Champions(A3
A3 Champions Cup
A3 Champions Cup was an annual football tournament sanctioned by the East Asian Football Federation. It began in 2003, involving the league champions of China, Japan and South Korea. The host nation also invited an additional team, making this a four team tournament. South Korea was the most...

)
Group E 2nd(CL)
  Cha Bum-Kun
Cha Bum-Kun
Cha Bum-Kun is a South Korean football manager and former player, nicknamed Tscha Bum in Germany because of his name and his thunderous ball striking ability. In South Korea, Cha is greatly respected for his accomplishments in the Bundesliga and the South Korean national team...

2006 14 Runners-up 29 12 10 7 31 25 +6 46 12th(S) Runners-up   Cha Bum-Kun
Cha Bum-Kun
Cha Bum-Kun is a South Korean football manager and former player, nicknamed Tscha Bum in Germany because of his name and his thunderous ball striking ability. In South Korea, Cha is greatly respected for his accomplishments in the Bundesliga and the South Korean national team...

2007 14 3rd 27 15 6 6 36 25 +11 51 Semi-finals(S) Round of 16 Competition Ceased   Cha Bum-Kun
Cha Bum-Kun
Cha Bum-Kun is a South Korean football manager and former player, nicknamed Tscha Bum in Germany because of his name and his thunderous ball striking ability. In South Korea, Cha is greatly respected for his accomplishments in the Bundesliga and the South Korean national team...

2008 14 Champions 28 18 4 6 49 26 +23 58 Champions(S) Round of 16   Cha Bum-Kun
Cha Bum-Kun
Cha Bum-Kun is a South Korean football manager and former player, nicknamed Tscha Bum in Germany because of his name and his thunderous ball striking ability. In South Korea, Cha is greatly respected for his accomplishments in the Bundesliga and the South Korean national team...

2009 15 10th 28 8 8 12 29 32 -3 32 Quarter-finals(PK
2009 K-League Cup
The K-League Cup 2009, known as Peace Cup Korea 2009 due to the competition's sponsorship by Peace Cup Organization Committee. This is South Korea's league cup competition for K-League's 15 football clubs...

)
Champions Round of 16(CL) Champions(PP
Pan-Pacific Championship
The Pan-Pacific Football Championship was an inter-confederation football tournament between teams from A-League , Chinese Super League , J...

)
  Cha Bum-Kun
Cha Bum-Kun
Cha Bum-Kun is a South Korean football manager and former player, nicknamed Tscha Bum in Germany because of his name and his thunderous ball striking ability. In South Korea, Cha is greatly respected for his accomplishments in the Bundesliga and the South Korean national team...

2010 15 7th 28 12 5 11 39 44 -5 41 Semi-finals(PC
2010 K-League Cup
The 2010 K-League Cup is South Korea's league cup competition for K-League's 15 football clubs. The competition will begin on 22 May 2010, and end with the one-legged final on 25 August 2010. It is known as POSCO Cup 2010 due to the competition's sponsorship.-Format:* Group stageAll clubs playing...

)
Champions Quarter-finals(CL) Losers(ST
Saitama City Cup
The Saitama City Cup is an International Friendly Tournament held annually since 2003 at Saitama Stadium in Saitama, Saitama Prefecture, Japan.-2011 Saitama City Cup:-2010 Saitama City Cup:-2008 Saitama City Cup:-2007 Saitama City Cup:...

)
  Cha Bum-Kun
Cha Bum-Kun
Cha Bum-Kun is a South Korean football manager and former player, nicknamed Tscha Bum in Germany because of his name and his thunderous ball striking ability. In South Korea, Cha is greatly respected for his accomplishments in the Bundesliga and the South Korean national team...


  Yoon Sung-Hyo
Yoon Sung-Hyo
Yoon Sung-Hyo is a South Korean football manager and former player, currently managing Suwon Samsung Bluewings-External links:*...

2011
2011 Suwon Samsung Bluewings season
The 2011 Suwon Samsung Bluewings season is the club's sixteenth season in the K-League. The club is competing in the K-League, League Cup, Korean FA Cup, and the AFC Champions League.-Current squad:...

16 4th 30 17 4 9 51 33 +18 55 Semi-finals(RC
2011 K-League Cup
The 2011 K-League Cup is South Korea's league cup competition for K-League's 16 football clubs. The competition will begin on 16 March 2011, and end with the one-legged final on 13 July 2011.-Format:Group stage...

)
Runners-up Semi-finals(CL
2011 AFC Champions League
The 2011 AFC Champions League was the 30th edition of the top-level Asian club football tournament organized by the Asian Football Confederation , and the 9th under the current AFC Champions League title...

)
  Yoon Sung-Hyo
Yoon Sung-Hyo
Yoon Sung-Hyo is a South Korean football manager and former player, currently managing Suwon Samsung Bluewings-External links:*...

  • K-League Championship
    K-League Championship
    K-League have adotpted both Single season format and play offs format. K-League Championship is official name of K-League playoffs since 2009.-Split Season + Final:-Single Season + Top 4 Playoffs + Final:-Split Season + Top 4 Playoffs + Final:...

     results are not counted.
  • 1998, 1999, 2000 seasons had PSO and blows results are PSO is drawn .
  • A – Adidas Cup
    Adidas Cup
    Created in 1992 as regular cup competition to run alongside the K-League, the Adidas Cup became a popular early season tournament with the fans and players alike....

    , P – Prospecs Cup, PM – Philip Morris Cup, D – Daehan Fire Insurance Cup, S – Samsung Hauzen Cup, PK – Peace Cup Korea
    2009 K-League Cup
    The K-League Cup 2009, known as Peace Cup Korea 2009 due to the competition's sponsorship by Peace Cup Organization Committee. This is South Korea's league cup competition for K-League's 15 football clubs...

    , PC – Posco Cup
    2010 K-League Cup
    The 2010 K-League Cup is South Korea's league cup competition for K-League's 15 football clubs. The competition will begin on 22 May 2010, and end with the one-legged final on 25 August 2010. It is known as POSCO Cup 2010 due to the competition's sponsorship.-Format:* Group stageAll clubs playing...

    , RC – Rush & Cash Cup
    2011 K-League Cup
    The 2011 K-League Cup is South Korea's league cup competition for K-League's 16 football clubs. The competition will begin on 16 March 2011, and end with the one-legged final on 13 July 2011.-Format:Group stage...


    CW – Asian Cup Winners Cup
    Asian Cup Winners Cup
    The Asian Cup Winners' Cup was an association football competition run by the Asian Football Confederation . The competition was started in 1991 as a tournament for all the domestic cup winners from countries affiliated to the AFC...

    , CC – Asian Club Championship, SC – Asian Super Cup
    Asian Super Cup
    The Asian Super Cup was an annual competition between the winners of the Asian Champions Cup and the Asian Cup Winners Cup.The competition started in 1995, but came to an end in 2002 after both major AFC tournaments were merged into the Asian Champions League...

    , CL – AFC Champions League
    AFC Champions League
    The AFC Champions League is the premier Asian club football competition hosted annually by Asian Football Confederation . The tournament is contested among the top thirty-two clubs from the top 10 Asian leagues, two of which must qualify through the playoffs...

    , A3 – A3 Champions Cup
    A3 Champions Cup
    A3 Champions Cup was an annual football tournament sanctioned by the East Asian Football Federation. It began in 2003, involving the league champions of China, Japan and South Korea. The host nation also invited an additional team, making this a four team tournament. South Korea was the most...

    , PP – Pan-Pacific Championship
    Pan-Pacific Championship
    The Pan-Pacific Football Championship was an inter-confederation football tournament between teams from A-League , Chinese Super League , J...

    , ST – Saitama City Cup
    Saitama City Cup
    The Saitama City Cup is an International Friendly Tournament held annually since 2003 at Saitama Stadium in Saitama, Saitama Prefecture, Japan.-2011 Saitama City Cup:-2010 Saitama City Cup:-2008 Saitama City Cup:-2007 Saitama City Cup:...


Current squad


Best Eleven


Out on loan & military service



2011 season transfers


In

Out

U-18(Maetan High School FC) Squad


For details on U-18 Team, see Maetan High School FC
Maetan High School FC
Maetan High School FC is U-18 club of K-League side Suwon Samsung Bluewings.This team is currently compete in the High School Club Challenge League-Current squad:As of June 22, 2011-Staff:* Manager : Jeong Sung-Hoon...

.


As of June 22, 2011

U-15(Maetan Middle School FC) Squad


For details on U-15 Team, see Maetan Middle School FC.

As of June 22, 2011

U-12(Little Wings) Squad


For details on U-12 Team, see Little Wings FC.

As of June 22, 2011

Captains


Dates Captains Vice-Captains
1996   Kim Doo-Ham
1997   Shin Sung-Hwan
1998   Jung Sung-Hoon
1999-00   Shin Hong-Ki
2001   Park Kun-Ha
Park Kun-Ha
Park Kun-Ha is a retired South Korean footballer and the coach of South Korea national under-23 football team.He started his professional career in 1996 as the founding member of Suwon Samsung Bluewings...

2002   Seo Jung-Won
2003   Kim Jin-Woo
Kim Jin-Woo
Kim Jin-Woo is a football player from South Korea who plays as a midfielder.He represented South Korea at youth and senior levels...

  Lee Woon-Jae
Lee Woon-Jae
Lee Woon-Jae is a South Korean football goalkeeper, who plays for Chunnam Dragons in the South Korean K-League. He was part of Korea's 1994, 2002, 2006 and 2010 World Cup campaigns...

2004   Lee Byung-Keun
Lee Byung-Keun
Lee Byung-Keun is a South Korean former football player.He started his career as a professional footballer as a founding member of Suwon Samsung Bluewings in 1996...

  Kim Young-Sun
Kim Young-Sun
Kim Young-Sun is a South Korean footballer who plays as a defender. He is currently playing for Jeonbuk FC.He started his professional career in 1998 for Suwon Samsung Bluewings.-References:...

2005   Choi Sung-Yong
Choi Sung-Yong
Choi Sung-Yong is a South Korean former football wingback and midfielder.He played in all of South Korea’s matches at the 1998 World Cup and was also a member of the 2002 World Cup squad...

  Kim Dae-Eui
2006   Kim Nam-Il
Kim Nam-Il
Kim Nam-il or Kim Namil is a South Korean footballer. Kim is a defensive midfielder for Tom Tomsk in the Russian Premier League. He was virtually unknown before he became a superstar for his impressive defensive displays in the 2002 FIFA World Cup....

  Cho Jae-Min
2007   Lee Kwan-Woo   Lee Jung-Soo
Lee Jung-Soo
Lee Jung-Soo is a South Korean professional association football player who plays as a center back. He is currently playing for Al-Sadd in Qatar and a member of the South Korea national football team....

2008   Song Chong-Gug
Song Chong-Gug
Song Chong-Gug is a Korean football player who currently plays for Tianjin Teda F.C. in the Chinese Super League.- Career :...

  Kwak Hee-Joo
Kwak Hee-Joo
Kwak Hee-Ju is a South Korean footballer who plays as a defender. He is currently playing for South Korean premier club Suwon Samsung Bluewings....

2009   Kwak Hee-Joo
Kwak Hee-Joo
Kwak Hee-Ju is a South Korean footballer who plays as a defender. He is currently playing for South Korean premier club Suwon Samsung Bluewings....

  Hong Soon-Hak
2010   Cho Won-Hee
Cho Won-Hee
Cho Won-Hee is a South Korean footballer who plays for Guangzhou Evergrande as a midfielder.-Club career:As a child, Cho often played as a forward. Later, when he was picked for South Korean U20 squad, he also played as a left winger...

  Kim Dae-Eui
2011   Yeom Ki-Hun
Yeom Ki-Hun
Yeom Ki-Hun is a Korean football player who currently plays for K-League side Suwon Samsung Bluewings. Yeom is a talented player who has made his way onto the national team following his continental performances...


Current



Mato Neretljak
Mato Neretljak
Mato Neretljak is a Croatian footballer who plays as a defender. He plays for South Korean club Suwon Bluewings.-Career:...

 (2005–2008, 2011– ) Stevica Ristić
Stevica Ristic
Stevica Ristić is a Macedonian football striker of Serbian origin, who plays for South Korean outfit Suwon Samsung Bluewings and the Macedonia national football team. He took Macedonian citizenship to be eligible for the national team.-Football career:...

 (2011– ) Baek Ji-Hoon
Baek Ji-Hoon
Baek Ji-Hoon is a Korean football player was born in Sacheon, a city in the southeast of South Korea.-Early life:Baek wore his first pair of football boots the winter of his ninth birthday and he proved a fast learner...

 (2006– ) Ha Tae-Goon
Ha Tae-Goon
Ha Tae-Goon is a Korean Football player who currently plays for the K-League Professional Football Club, Suwon Samsung Bluewings.He was chosen as the number one draft pick for Suwon in 2007...

 (2007– ) Hwang Jae-Won (2010– ) Jung Sung-Ryong
Jung Sung-Ryong
Jung Sung-Ryong is a South Korean football goalkeeper, who currently plays for the South Korean national team and Suwon Bluewings in the K-League. He is known for his quick reflexes, his ability to intercept crosses,and his very effective shot-stopping...

 (2011– ) Kwak Hee-Ju (2003– )
Lee Sang-Ho (2009– ) Lee Yong-Rae (2011– ) Oh Beom-Seok
Oh Beom-Seok
Oh Beom-Seok is a South Korean football right back, who plays for K-League side Suwon Bluewings.He played at the 2003 FIFA World Youth Championship in UAE and played in all matches of Korea that advanced to the round of 16. He was a member of the South Korea national team for 2007 AFC Asian...

 (2011– ) Oh Jang-Eun
Oh Jang-Eun
Oh Jang-Eun is a football player from South Korea, who plays for Suwon Bluewings. He was selected to play for Asian Cup 2007, replacing Kim Nam-Il after his injury.-Club career:...

 (2011– ) Park Hyun-Beom
Park Hyun-Beom
Park Hyun-Beom is a South Korean football player who currently plays as midfielder for Suwon Bluewings in the K-League.-Club career:In 2008, Park Hyun-Beom started his professional career when he joined Suwon Bluewings....

 (2008–2009, 2011– ) Yeom Ki-Hun
Yeom Ki-Hun
Yeom Ki-Hun is a Korean football player who currently plays for K-League side Suwon Samsung Bluewings. Yeom is a talented player who has made his way onto the national team following his continental performances...

 (2010– ) Alexander Geynrikh
Alexander Geynrikh
Alexander Geynrikh is a Russian-Uzbek professional footballer forward who plays for Suwon Bluewings and the Uzbekistan national team. He is of partial German descent.-Career:...

 (2011– )

Former



Adnan Oçelli
Adnan Ocelli
Adnan Oçelli is a former Albanian international football player, used mostly as a left defender.He grew up at the KF Partizani football academy and defended its red colors for 9 years, until he joined NK Zadar in 1993...

 (1996–1997) Javier Musa
Javier Martín Musa
Javier Martín Musa is an Argentine former football player who played as Centre Back.-External links:* on K-League Official Website...

 (2004–2005) Edu (2007–2009) Eninho
Eninho
Enio Oliveira Junior shortly Eninho is a Brazilian footballer who currently plays for South Korean club Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors in the K-League.- Club career :*1999-2000 Mogi Mirim...

 (2003) Itamar
Itamar Batista Da Silva
Itamar Batista da Silva, also known as "il bove", is a Brazilian football player. His previous clubs include Jaguares de Chiapas, Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma, Suwon Samsung Bluewings, Pohang Steelers, Chunnam Dragons and Tigres UANL...

 (2005–2006) Jose Mota
José Roberto Rodrigues Mota
José Roberto Rodrigues Mota is a Brazilian professional football player, who plays as a striker for Molde FK in the Norwegian professional league Tippeligaen...

 (2010) Luiz Henrique
Luiz Henrique da Silva Alves
Luiz Henrique da Silva Alves or simply Luiz Henrique , is a Brazilian striker. He plays for São Caetano...

 (2008) Marcel
Marcel Augusto Ortolan
Marcel Augusto Ortolan most commonly known as Marcel, is a Brazilian footballer who currently plays for Coritiba Foot Ball Club.-Career:...

 (2004, 2011) Nadson
Nadson Rodrigues de Souza
Nádson Rodrigues de Souza, usually known as Nádson is a Brazilian football player who currently plays for América Futebol Clube .- Career :...

 (2003–2005, 2007–2008) Sandro
Sandro Cardoso dos Santos
Sandro Cardoso dos Santos , simply known as Sandro is a Brazilian footballer who plays as a role of forward.He was a member of U-19 Brazil national football team and a top scorer of 2001 season K-league....

 (2000–2002) Tuta
Tuta (footballer)
Moacir Bastos, usually known simply as Tuta is a Brazilian football forward currently playing for Brasiliense Futebol Clube.-Club career:...

 (2003–2004) Li Weifeng
Li Weifeng
Li Weifeng is a Chinese football defender who currently plays for Tianjin Teda. He has represented the Chinese national football team over 100 times. He also played in the 1997 FIFA World Youth Championship....

 (2009–2010) Henrik Jørgensen
Henrik Jørgensen (footballer)
Henrik Jørgensen is a Danish former footballer who played as a goalkeeper. He is currently goalkeepeing coach at Vejle Boldklub.Jørgensen spent the first few years of his career in his native Denmark, playing for sides such as Boldklubben 1909, AGF and Viborg FF...

 (1996) Naohiro Takahara
Naohiro Takahara
is a Japanese footballer. He currently plays for J. League Division 1 side Shimizu S-Pulse as a strikerTakahara was born in Mishima, Shizuoka. He has previously played for Júbilo Iwata in Japan, Boca Juniors in Argentina, Hamburger SV and Eintracht Frankfurt in Germany.On December 3, 2006, he...

 (2010) An Yong-Hak (2008–2009) Pavel Badea
Pavel Badea
Pavel Badea is a Romanian footballer who played as a midfielder.-Playing career:Badea began his professional football career with FC Universitatea Craiova, making his league debut in 1984. He left Romania to play for FC Lausanne-Sport of Switzerland in the summer of 1992, later moving to Korea...

 (1996–1998) Constantin Barbu
Constantin Barbu
Constantin Barbu is a retired Romanian footballer who played as a midfielder, with netting ability.-Club career:...

 (1998) Ion Lutu
Ion Lutu
Ion Ionuţ Luţu is a retired Romanian footballer. His previous clubs include FC Kairat and FC Zhetysu in Kazakhstan, Apollon Limassol in Cyprus, Suwon Samsung Bluewings in South Korea, Progresul Bucureşti, Universitatea Craiova, Steaua Bucureşti, Rapid Bucureşti, Pandurii and Jiul Petroşani...

 (2000–2002) Cosmin Olăroiu
Cosmin Olaroiu
Aurelian Cosmin Olăroiu is a former Romanian football player and football manager.-Club career:As a player, Olăroiu's best-known clubs he played for are Universitatea Craiova and Naţional Bucureşti. However, he also played with success in K-League for Suwon Samsung Bluewings and helped the team to...

 (1997–2000)
Gabriel Popescu
Gabriel Popescu
Gabriel Popescu is a Romanian former footballer.Popescu went on to represent the Romanian national team 21 times and scored four goals, he was also capped 37 times for the U-21 side...

 (2002–2004) Ahn Jung-Hwan
Ahn Jung-Hwan
Ahn Jung-Hwan is a South Korean football player. He made world headlines by scoring the winning golden goal for South Korea against Italy in the 2002 World Cup second round, sending South Korea into the quarterfinals.-Football career:After starting his professional career with K-League's Busan...

 (2007) Bae Ki-Jong
Bae Ki-Jong
Bae Ki-Jong is a South Korean footballer, who plays as forward for Jeju United in the K-League.-Club career:His first club is Daejeon Citizen. He was good play with Daejeon Citizen, and he nominated Rookie of the Year award. End of 2006, he transfer to Suwon Samsung Bluewings.On 17 December 2009,...

 (2007–2009) Cho Byung-Kuk
Cho Byung-Kuk
Cho Byung-Kuk is a South Korean football player who began his professional career in 2002 with K-League club Suwon Samsung Bluewings. He moved to Chunnam Dragons at the end of the 2004 season in a swap deal which saw Kim Nam-Il move to Suwon Samsung Bluewings...

 (2002–2004) Cho Jae-Jin
Cho Jae-Jin
Cho Jae-Jin is a retired South Korean football player. He was a member of national team in the 2006 FIFA World Cup.-Career:...

 (2000–2001, 2004) Cho Won-Hee
Cho Won-Hee
Cho Won-Hee is a South Korean footballer who plays for Guangzhou Evergrande as a midfielder.-Club career:As a child, Cho often played as a forward. Later, when he was picked for South Korean U20 squad, he also played as a left winger...

 (2005–2008, 2010) Choi Sung-Kuk (2011) Choi Sung-Yong
Choi Sung-Yong
Choi Sung-Yong is a South Korean former football wingback and midfielder.He played in all of South Korea’s matches at the 1998 World Cup and was also a member of the 2002 World Cup squad...

 (2002–2006) Hwang Sun-Hong
Hwang Sun-Hong
Hwang Sun-Hong or Hwang Seon-Hong is a South Korean football manager and former player, currently managing Pohang Steelers- Biography :During most of the last 2 decades Hwang was regarded as a Korean scoring sensation...

 (2000–2002) Kang Min-Soo
Kang Min-Soo
Kang Min-Soo is a South Korean football player who plays at center back for Ulsan Hyundai in the K-League. He also played for Chunnam Dragons, Jeju United, Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors and Suwon BluewingsHe was a member of South Korea Olympic football team...

 (2010) Kim Dae-Eui (2004–2010) Kim Do-Heon (2001–2005, 2009–2010) Kim Dong-Hyun (2004–2005) Kim Jin-Woo
Kim Jin-Woo
Kim Jin-Woo is a football player from South Korea who plays as a midfielder.He represented South Korea at youth and senior levels...

 (1996–2007) Kim Nam-Il
Kim Nam-Il
Kim Nam-il or Kim Namil is a South Korean footballer. Kim is a defensive midfielder for Tom Tomsk in the Russian Premier League. He was virtually unknown before he became a superstar for his impressive defensive displays in the 2002 FIFA World Cup....

 (2005–2007) Ko Jong-Soo
Ko Jong-Soo
Ko Jong-Su is a football coach and former Korean football player.-Career:He rose to stardom during the 1998 World Cup, along with Lee Dong-Gook, and Ahn Jung-Hwan. He was once called "the greatest technician in Korea," for his pace, skillful free kicks, and his left foot. He can operate in central...

 (1996–2002, 2004)   Denis Laktionov (1996–2003, 2006–2007) Lee Byung-Keun
Lee Byung-Keun
Lee Byung-Keun is a South Korean former football player.He started his career as a professional footballer as a founding member of Suwon Samsung Bluewings in 1996...

 (1996–2005) Lee Chun-Soo
Lee Chun-Soo
Lee Chun-Soo is a football player from South Korea, who currently plays for Omiya Ardija. He was a key member of his national team during the 2002 World Cup and the 2004 Summer Olympics...

 (2008)
Lee Jung-Soo
Lee Jung-Soo
Lee Jung-Soo is a South Korean professional association football player who plays as a center back. He is currently playing for Al-Sadd in Qatar and a member of the South Korea national football team....

 (2006–2008) Lee Ki-Hyung
Lee Ki-Hyung
Lee Ki-Hyung is a football coach and former player from South Korea.-Club career:Lee has spent most of his club career playing for Suwon Samsung Bluewings and Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma, the two powerhouses of South Korean football....

 (1996–2002) Lee Ki-Keun (1996–1998) Lee Kwan-Woo (2006–2010)   Lee Sa-Vik (Jasenko Sabitović)
Lee Sa-Vik
Jasenko Sabitović is a Bosnian-born Croatian football player who played for NK Zagreb, Pohang Steelers, Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma, Suwon Samsung Bluewings, Chunnam Dragons, NK Karlovac. Born in Bosnia and Herzegovina, he became naturalized as a Korean citizen in 2004...

 (2005–2007) Lee Woon-Jae
Lee Woon-Jae
Lee Woon-Jae is a South Korean football goalkeeper, who plays for Chunnam Dragons in the South Korean K-League. He was part of Korea's 1994, 2002, 2006 and 2010 World Cup campaigns...

 (1996–2010) Park Ho-Jin (1999–2010) Park Kun-Ha
Park Kun-Ha
Park Kun-Ha is a retired South Korean footballer and the coach of South Korea national under-23 football team.He started his professional career in 1996 as the founding member of Suwon Samsung Bluewings...

 (1996–2006) Seo Dong-Hyun
Seo Dong-Hyun
Seo Dong-Hyun is a Korean football player for the Jeju United of the K-League. His nickname is 'Rainmaker'.-Early life:Seo Dong-Hyun was born in Gangwon-do, South Korea on June 5, 1985. He lived and went to school in Yeonpyeong, South Korea before moving to Seoul and attending Konkuk University...

 (2006–2010) Seo Jung-Won (1999–2004) Shin Hong-Ki (1998–2002) Shin Young-Rok
Shin Young-Rok
Shin Young-Rok is a South Korean football forward who plays for Jeju United in the K-League. He usually plays as a centre forward or a striker...

 (2003–2008, 2010) Song Chong-Gug
Song Chong-Gug
Song Chong-Gug is a Korean football player who currently plays for Tianjin Teda F.C. in the Chinese Super League.- Career :...

 (2005–2010) Yoon Sung-Hyo
Yoon Sung-Hyo
Yoon Sung-Hyo is a South Korean football manager and former player, currently managing Suwon Samsung Bluewings-External links:*...

 (1996–2000) Vitaliy Parakhnevych (1998–1999) Juan Manuel Olivera
Juan Manuel Olivera
Juan Manuel Olivera López is a Uruguayan football player who's currently playing for Al Wasl FC in Dubai.-Career:Olivera had a brief stint in Mexico with Cruz Azul during 2005....

 (2006) Alen Avdić
Alen Avdic
Alen Avdić is a Bosnian international football player currently playing for FK Sarajevo.-Club career:Currently, Avdić plays for FK Sarajevo in Bosnian Premier League...

 (2001–2003) Saša Drakulić
Saša Drakulic
Saša Drakulić is a retired Serbian footballer. The striker went to South Korea in 1995 and during his eight seasons in the K-League made a name for himself as one of the most successful imports ever in the league.-In Asia:In 1995 he joined the Korean side Busan Daewoo Royals, scoring eight goals...

 (1998–2000) Zoran Urumov
Zoran Urumov
Zoran Urumov is a Serbian footballer. The left-footed defender began his career on the books of Red Star Belgrade and earned international honours with the Serbian and Montenegrin U-21 side.In 1999 he joined K-League side Busan I'cons, and immediately made a name for himself as one of the best...

 (2003–2004)

Managers


As of June 6, 2010. Only competitive matches are counted.
Name Nationality From To Record
P|W|D|L|GF|GA
Kim Ho
Kim Ho
Kim Ho is a South Korean football manager, currently without a club after leaving Daejeon Citizen. He began his association football playing career with the amateur Jeil Fabric team, where he played from 1964—1968...

  Korea Republic 1996 2003 312 153 77 82 491 359
Cha Bum-Kun
Cha Bum-Kun
Cha Bum-Kun is a South Korean football manager and former player, nicknamed Tscha Bum in Germany because of his name and his thunderous ball striking ability. In South Korea, Cha is greatly respected for his accomplishments in the Bundesliga and the South Korean national team...

  Korea Republic 2004 2010 241 102 69 70 ? ?
Yoon Sung-Hyo
Yoon Sung-Hyo
Yoon Sung-Hyo is a South Korean football manager and former player, currently managing Suwon Samsung Bluewings-External links:*...

  Korea Republic 2010

P = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against

Backroom Staff


Coaching Staff
  • Head Coach:   Yoon Sung-Hyo
    Yoon Sung-Hyo
    Yoon Sung-Hyo is a South Korean football manager and former player, currently managing Suwon Samsung Bluewings-External links:*...

  • Assistant Coach:
  • Coach:   Kim Jin-Woo
    Kim Jin-Woo
    Kim Jin-Woo is a football player from South Korea who plays as a midfielder.He represented South Korea at youth and senior levels...

  • Trainer:   Ko Jong-Soo
    Ko Jong-Soo
    Ko Jong-Su is a football coach and former Korean football player.-Career:He rose to stardom during the 1998 World Cup, along with Lee Dong-Gook, and Ahn Jung-Hwan. He was once called "the greatest technician in Korea," for his pace, skillful free kicks, and his left foot. He can operate in central...

  • Reserve Team Coach:   Lee Jin-Haeng
  • GK Coach:
  • Physical Trainer:
  • Youth Academy Coach:   Jeong Sung-Hoon (U-18
    Maetan High School FC
    Maetan High School FC is U-18 club of K-League side Suwon Samsung Bluewings.This team is currently compete in the High School Club Challenge League-Current squad:As of June 22, 2011-Staff:* Manager : Jeong Sung-Hoon...

    )


Medical Staff
  • Club Doctor:   Park Seung-Myoun
  • Assistant Club Doctor:   Lee Hyun-Joo
  • Assistant Club Doctor:   Yoo Hwan-Mo


Scouter Kim Soon-Ki Choi Chung-Il Cho Jae-Min

Executive Office
  • Club Chairman:   Choi Ji-Sung (President of Suwon Samsung Bluewings)
  • Managing Director:   Oh Keun-Yeung
  • General Secretary (Public Relations & Marketing) :
  • Senior Manager (Public Relations & Marketing):   Hong Chang-Young (Community Business)
  • Manager (Public Relations & Marketing):   Baek Jeong-Heum (Marketing Manager)
  • Manager (Public Relations & Marketing):   Joo Hyung-Sup (Matchday Hospitality)
  • Assistant Manager (Public Relations & Marketing):   Lee Eun-Ho (Public Relations & New Media, Supporters Club Management)
  • Senior Manager (Team Management):   Lee Ho-Seung (Head of Team Management)
  • Manager (Team Management):   Kim Yong-Gun (Director of Football Training Facilities)
  • Assistant Manager (Team Management):   Kim Jin-Hoon (Team Management)
  • Assistant Manager (Team Management):   Yang Dae-Hyun (Team Management)
  • Senior Manager (Finance):   Kim Sang-Gil (Head of Finance)
  • Manager (Finance):   Lee Seuk-Han (Finance)
  • Officer (Supporting Team):   Choi Ji-Suk (General Affairs, Accounting)

Crest


The current crest has been used since 2008. The castle in the middle of the crest is the Hwaseong Fortress
Hwaseong Fortress
Hwaseong , the wall surrounding the centre of Suwon, the provincial capital of Gyeonggi-do, South Korea, was built in the late 18th century by King Jeongjo of the Joseon Dynasty to honour and house the remains of his father Prince Sado, who had been murdered by being locked alive inside a rice...

, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Colours


The club's main colour, blue, is the colour of Samsung, the club's owner, and also represents "clear blue sky, hope, dream, vision, and the future".

Shirt sponsors and manufacturers

Year Kit Supplier Sponsor Shirt Printing Notes
1996   Rapido
Samsung C&T Corporation
Samsung C&T Corporation , established in 1938, is the origin of Samsung Group and currently consists of Engineering & Construction Group and Trading & Investment Group...

 
  Samsung Electronics
Samsung Electronics
Samsung Electronics is a South Korean multinational electronics and information technology company headquartered in Samsung Town, Seoul...

 
BlueWings Team name
1997 名品+1 Television brand
1998
1999 Anycall
Anycall
Anycall is a South Korean mobile phone brand established by Samsung Electronics in 1993. Like other mobile phone brands in South Korea, they provide technology such as cameras, internet access, and digital TV through Digital Multimedia Broadcasting.Samsung mobile phones are sold through the...

 
Mobile Phone brand
2000
2001 SensQ
Samsung Sens
Samsung Sens is the notebook computer series made by Samsung Electronics. Samsung notebooks are designed similarly to the Dell Latitude series. While they were available in many countries, the Sens notebook line were for some years not sold in the US and Canada...


Bluewin
Laptop brand
Air Conditioner brand
2002   Adidas
Adidas
Adidas AG is a German sports apparel manufacturer and parent company of the Adidas Group, which consists of the Reebok sportswear company, TaylorMade-Adidas golf company , and Rockport...

Hauzen Electronics brand
2003
2004 PAVV Television brand
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009 Samsung PAVV
2010
2011 Samsung SMART TV

Kit history

  Adidas (2002–present)











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