Surachai Jaturapattarapong (Thai: สุรชัย จตุรภัทรพงษ์) or the nickname “Nguan” (born November 20, 1969) is a Thai Football manager and former football player. He is a famous midfielder who scored 7 goals for the national team. He played for the national team between 1997-2001. Now He work for Bangkok Glass as Director Of Football.
From 1991 to 1996 Surachai played for Thai Farmers Bank F.C. and it was the most successful era of his active career. He won a total of three club championships in 1994 and 1995 and the AFC Champions League. In 1998, he joined the club and went to the Stock Exchange of Thailand where he played until the end of 2000. He then moved to Singapore in the S League to Gombak United. The club withdrew from the league in 2002 and Surachai went back to Home United where he played until 2005.
His international career began already in the U-14 Thailand. About the U-16 and U-19, he made it to the seniors, where in 1991 he graduated from his first game. In the finals of the ASEAN Football Championship 2001 Surachai made his last game for the national team. On 23 February 2005, he was given a farewell by the Thai Football Association game. In this game a Thai Allstar selection ran against his last club Home United. The game was broadcast nationwide on television. The total revenue around the game, a total of 1.2 million baht went to Surachai. With the Thailand national football team, he won four gold medals at the Southeast Asian Games, and won three times in succession, the ASEAN Football Championship. He took 1992, 1996 and 2000 participated in the Asian Cup.