The Samut Prakan City "Sea Fang" is set to go all-out!!! Kampol Pathom-attakul will be back between the posts while we still have our hopes up for the return of "Captain New" Peeradon Chamratsamee to help take-on the Suphanburi FC "War Elephant!" The goal is give it all we’ve got to win our last home game for our fans in the twenty-ninth Toyota Thai League match of the 2019 season on Sunday, October 20th, at Samut Prakan Stadium - kicking-off at 18:00 hrs. live on True Spark Jump (channel 445)
Samut Prakan City "Sea Fang" midfielder "Captain New" Peeradon Chamratsamee has made the comeback to team practice and is reportedly on the way to regaining his fitness but the question remains on whether he’ll be ready to make his return and help the home side take-on the Suphanburi FC "War Elephant" on Sunday, October 20th!
Our Samut Prakan City "Junior Sea Fang" gave it their all but were defeated two-nil by two-time champions the Chonburi FC "Sharks" in the Coke Cup Thailand U-19 Championships Group 4 Eastern zone qualifiers in Chanthaburi province. The unfortunate first-round exit from the tournament comes after 2 matches consisting of 1 draw and 1 loss for just 1 point.
Our Samut Prakan City "Junior Sea Fang" squad took-on the Kohkwang FC youth team which scored the equalizer and made it 1-1 just before stoppage time for both sides to share the spoils and part ways with a point apiece in the Group 4 Eastern Qualifiers of the Coke Cup Thailand U-19 Championships at the Rambhai Barni Rajabhat University Stadium, Chanthaburi province.
Our Samut Prakan City "Sea Fang" got the better of hosts the BG Pathum United "Rabbits" 4-3 in an exciting friendly match played on the Bangkok Glass Public Company Limited training field just this October 13th!
The latest "Build For The Future" youth football clinic organized by Samut Prakan City football club, in cooperation with the Samut Prakan province sports association and sponsored by Sanwa Waterworks Products, brought together over 200 energetic youngsters aged 6-12 years from all throughout the city at the river-mouth to have a great time with their peers while learning good football fundamentals!
Samut Prakan City head coach Tetsuya Murayama is ready to go all-out leading the "Sea Fang" into our final two battles of the season with sights clearly set on a top-five finish to SPC’s Toyota Thai League 2019 campaign to reward all of our cherished Samut Prakan City fan-base!
Samut Prakan City takes another blow upon receiving news that trusty goalkeeper "Hack" Anurak Chompoopruk, who played a key role in the 2-1 "Sea Fang" home-victory over the "Kirins," had also suffered a broken finger and requires a 6-8 week recovery period totally rendering him out and unable to help the team in our last two matches of the season.
Samut Prakan City’s quick and agile winger representing the "Sea Fang" squad, "Teh" Jaroensak Wonggorn, has made his way to the "War Elephants" camp and reported to the Thai national under-23 team that will start training for the SEA Games and AFC U-23 Championships! All along, Jaroensak has aspired to make the final-cut for this very team so he could help take Thailand to both playoff rounds!