News for the coming season
Premier League starts on 7th March, games will be played on a Saturday and Sunday (4 each day).
Divison's One and two normally follow a couple of week's later.
Division 2 has been split into 5 regions, North, North east (Issan), Bangkok-Central, Central-East and South.
Bangkok Glass bought the Premier League status of Krung Thai Bank
Pattaya United bought the Premier League status of Coke-Bangpra
Coke-Bangpra folded after being bought out by Pattaya United
Bangkok Bank folded after being relegated in 2008.
Club Name Changes
Bangkok University become Bangkok United
Thailand Tobacco Monopoly become TTM Samut Sakhon
Port Authority of Thailand become Thai Port
Royal Thai Navy become Rajnavy Rayong
Clubs are being encouraged to form closer links with the communites they are based in, hence a few name changes.
Phuket have formed a team after the recent success of the King's Cup and AFF Cup. They will start in Division 2 South.
Mudaken will start life in the Division 2 North East and will play games in Laos.
A new club in Ayutthaya FC may be formed due to a dispute with PEA of the Premier League, fans want a club name change, but owners still want the 'business' name
Chonburi have hired Kiatisuk Senamuang to replace Jadet Meelarp
TTM Samut Sakhon have hired Attaphol Puspakom to replace Prajak Weangsong
The Queen's Cup is currently in progress, and thus far has been a success. It is currently at the Final Group Phase. It is the first time the competition has been played since 2006.
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