Siwarak Tedsungnoen

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Current Team
Past Teams
Toyota Thai Premier League

Toyota Thai Premier League

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Siwarak Tedsungnoen (Thai: ศิวรักษ์ เทศสูงเนิน; rtgs: Siwarak Thetsungnoen; born April 20, 1984), simply known as Champ (Thai: แชมป์) is a Thai professional football player who plays as a Goalkeeper for Thai Leagues T1 club Buriram United.

Bangkok Bank
Siwarak played for Bangkok Bank FC from 2003 to 2007, making 76 caps.

BEC Tero Sasana
Siwarak moved to BEC Tero Sasana FC in 2008. Although Siwarak played well in BEC Tero Sasana F.C. he was not always a starter, because Pisan Dorkmaikaew another goalkeeper in BEC Tero also played well. Therefore, the competition in the team is high, and being a starter is not guaranteed.

Siwarak moved to TOT S.C. in 2010, but didn’t play any match for the team.

Buriram United
2010 Season

In 2010 Siwarak moved to Buriram PEA (currently Buriram United). He was Buriram United’s best keeper and he became a regular starter for Buriram United.

2011 Season
Siwarak made history with Buriram after winning the 2011 Thai Premier League, 2011 Thai FA Cup, and the 2011 Thai Leagues Cup.

2012 Season
Siwarak played in the 2012 AFC Champions League with Buriram United. Although that year he didn’t win the Thai Premier League with Buriram United, he won the Thai FA Cup and the Thai Leagues Cup.

2013 Season
Siwarak played in the 2013 AFC Champions League playoffs against Brisbane Roar FC, from his team’s Thai FA Cup win. Siwarak’s form in the 2013 AFC Champions League playoffs was extraordinary, after getting a clean sheet and saving three penalties in a row from players from Brisbane Roar FC. Buriram United qualified to 2013 AFC Champions League after winning Brisbane Roar FC in the penalty shootouts. After that Siwarak became number five of Asia in saving the most penalties. He played every game for Buriram United in the 2013 AFC Champions League. Siwarak also played every game for Buriram United in the 2013 Thai Premier League, he conceded 23 goals and got 13 clean sheets.

International career
Siwarak played for Thailand U 23 in the 2007 Southeast Asian Games, and won a gold medal. He played his 7th game for Thailand against Oman in the Asian World Cup Qualifying section in 2008, but after Thailand hired a new national team coach, he found himself left out of any squad call ups, missing out on the 2008 AFF Suzuki Cup. Siwarak was recalled to the national team for the 2009 King’s Cup. In 2013 Siwarak played against Lebanon in the 2015 AFC Asian Cup qualification, after the first choice keeper Kawin Thammasatchanan got injured.