‘Four-game winning streak’ Suwon takes first lead since relegation…beats Anyang 3-1

Suwon Samsung, which dropped down to the K League 2 this year, beat FC Anyang to move to the top of the table with four straight wins.

Suwon won 3-1 away from home in the eighth round of the Hana Bank K League 2 2024 at the Anyang Sports Complex on Nov. 21.

With the win in what has been dubbed the “fulcrum derby” between the two teams, Suwon improved to 6-2-2 (18 points) with four consecutive wins to overtake 현금홀덤사이트 Anyang (5-1-1, 16 points) at the top of the standings.

Suwon, which finished 12th in K League 1 last season and was relegated to K League 2, took the top spot for the first time in K League 2 on Sunday.

Anyang took the early lead in the match. Anyang threatened the Suwon goal on several occasions through Danrei and Mateus, but Suwon took the lead with just one attack while Anyang was indecisive.

In the 18th minute, Kim Joo-chan pounced on a long ball from Kim Hyun and scored with a chip shot to take the lead.

Riding the wave, Suwon added one more goal. In the 41st minute, Kim headed in a cross from Son Seok-yong from the left flank. It was Kim’s fourth goal of the season.

Anyang struggled to find an equalizer after that, but it was Suwon who scored another goal.

Looking to counterattack, Suwon scored the team’s third goal in the 44th minute when Mulicic found herself one-on-one with the keeper.

Anyang pulled one back in the 48th minute through Kim Woon, but there wasn’t enough time to catch up.

In the match between Ansan Greeners and Gimpo FC at Ansan Wa Stadium on the same day, Gimpo came out on top 2-1. After four games without a win (two draws), Gimpo picked up a valuable victory and sits in 10th place with two wins, two draws and three losses (8 points).

Gimpo took an early lead with back-to-back goals from Lee Hyun-il and Lewis in the fifth and 47th minutes of the first half. Ansan only managed to pull one back in the 10th minute of the second half through Yang Se-young.

At the Asan Yi Sunshin Stadium, Chungnam Asan and Jeonnam Dragons battled to a 1-1 draw. Chungnam Asan’s Jung Mah-ho scored in the 12th minute and Jeonnam Valdivia scored in the 26th minute.

Gyeongnam won 2-1 against Seoul Eland at the Changwon Football Center.

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A chance to play for the Big Bird! Suwon Samsung is looking for teams to participate in SUCL 2023, a college soccer tournament.

The Suwon Samsung University Champions League 2023 (SUCL 2023), hosted by the Suwon Samsung Bluewings, is coming.

On the 9th, Suwon Samsung announced, “We are recruiting teams to participate in SUCL 2023, an amateur college soccer tournament in Suwon sponsored by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Korea Sports Promotion Organization (KSPO).”

SUCL 텍사스홀덤 is a tournament organized by Suwon Samsung’s university student supporters ‘Blue Tier’ and participated by university students, and will be held for the eighth time this year. Since the first tournament in 2015, SUCL has been held every year except for 2020 due to Corona 19, and has become a soccer festival for university students in Suwon and neighboring areas.

Applications for the tournament will be accepted from the 9th to the 16th at 17:00, and more details can be found on the club’s website. This year’s tournament will further expand the size of the tournament through the ‘SUCL Point’ system introduced last year, and a total of 12 teams will be recruited.

SUCL Points are calculated based on the data (number of participations, performance) of each team that has participated in previous tournaments. The four teams with the highest points will be automatically assigned to the top seed.

The main and final matches of SUCL 2023 will be held in September. The main competition will be held in a tournament format on September 9 and 10 at Suwon World Cup Stadium Artificial Turf 2, while the final will be held on September 17 at Suwon World Cup Stadium as a pre-match between Suwon Samseong and Daegu FC.

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