Ulsan Hyundai FC

Full name Ulsan Hyundai Football Club
Nickname(s) Ulsan Tigers
Founded 1983; 37 years ago, as Hyundai Horang-i
Ground Ulsan Munsu Football Stadium
Capacity 44,102
Owner Hyundai Heavy Industries
Chairman Chung Mong-joon

Honours

  • K League 1
Winners (2): 1996, 2005, 
Runners-up (9): 1986, 1991, 1998, 2002, 2003, 2011, 2013, 2019, 2020
  • FA Cup
Winners (1): 2017
Runners-up (2): 1998, 2018
  • League Cup
Winners (5): 1986, 1995, 1998, 2007, 2011
Runners-up (3): 1993, 2002, 2005
  • Super Cup
Winners (1): 2006
  • National Football Championship
Runners-up (2): 1989, 1999, 
  • AFC Champions League
Winners (1): 2012, 2020
  • A3 Champions Cup
Winners (1): 2006
  • Lunar New Year Cup
Third place (1): 2011

Team Squads

ManagerKim Do-hoon
GoalkeeperDefenderMidfielderForward
Jo Hyeon-WooDavidson Jason (Australia)Davy Bulthuis (Netherlands)Bjorn Maars Johnsen (Norway)
Seo Ju-HwanJung Seung-HyunKim In-SungLee Chung-Yong
Jo So-HukJeong Dong-HoKim Tae-HwanLee Sang-Heon
Kim Ki-HeeKoh Myong-JinNegao Junior (Brazil)
Won Du-JaeLee Dong-GyeongLee Dong-gyeong
Kim Min-DeokSin Jin-HoHong Chul
Suwon Bluewings (July 2020)
Cho Hyun-WooYoon Bit-GaramPark Jeong-in
Hong Hyun-Seok
Unterhachng (August 2020)

Goalscorers 2020

PlayersK League
1

(Playoffs)
FA
Cup
AFCL
2020
Junior Negao25 (1)25
Lee Sang-heon11
Yoon Bit-garam3 (1)24
Kim In-Sung412
Lee Chung-Yong 41
Bjorn Maars Johnsen3 (2)5
Shin Jin-Ho 1
Lee Dong-gyeong1 (1)1
Jung Hoon Sung 1
Kim Tae Hwan (1)
Seung Hyun Jung (2)
Kim Kee Hee 1
Park Jeong-in1
Doo Jae Won 1
Own Goals31