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Thai Honda Ladkrabang Football Club

Thai Honda Ladkrabang Football Club is a football club currently playing in the Thai Leagues 1 and sponsored by Honda. They add text Ladkrabang into their logo in 2015 because Thai Honda factory is located in Ladkrabang.


Honda Motorcycle Thailand started to compete sent team in Samutprakarn Cup or the first time in 1971,by the starting of factory employees of Honda Motorcycle Thailand. Finally in 1995 they established a football club was Thai Honda Ladkrabang Football Club. The club promoted to Thai Leagues 1 for the club first time in 2006 in that team had a famous player were Prasert Choei-taisong, Tripob Chuenchuklin, Thongchai Kuenkuntod etc. by head coach Chalermwoot Sa-Ngapol but in next two year the club was relegated to play in lower league for a long times so they change their management to be a professional management by registered with the Department of Business Development to set up a corporate entity to manage Thai Honda Ladkrabang Football Club were Phaya Insee Lat Krabang Company Limited in 22 January 2015, The first mission of the company was invited Masami Taki a japanese football coach to cooperate the club service system and managing youth development program for the success of the club.


72nd Anniversary Stadium (Thai: สนามกีฬาเฉลิมพระเกียรติ 72 พรรษา) is a multi-purpose stadium in Minburi, Thailand. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 10,000 spectators and consists of two large single tier stands on each side of the pitch. There is no accommodation at either end. Only one of the stands has a cover but it doesn’t provide much shelter. However, it is remarkable looking: a cantilever roof that resembles a giant spoiler from a Formula One car. This stand has red seats fitted to the area underneath the roof. The rest of the stadium is unseated.

Thai Honda Ladkrabang Football Club Photo Library (uploaded by our Members)
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Thai League 2

Coaching Staff

Head Coach

Aktaporn Chalitaporn

(Nationality: Thailand)