FIXTURES & RESULTS
Just as the transfer window closes, Samut Prakan City FC hashes out the latest deal for Buriram United defender and Thai national under-23 team member Sarayut Sompim
to officially make the move to SPC. Nicknamed "Ta-wan," he will now wear shirt number 5 and help maintain a tight "Sea Fang" backline while representing the Samut Prakan Stadium home ground!
Samut Prakan City Head Coach Masatada Ishii keenly asserts that the "Sea Fang" squad is on a path to rip through the season with "electrifying attacks
and rock-solid defense executed through infallible synchronicity in teamwork. The objective is to play to win, bring joy to our fans, and we’ll do it by playing in our own spectacular style.
The Football Association of Thailand has resolved to further postpone the start of the Toyota Thai League 2021-22 season to September 3, 2021 while the season will come to a close on May 21, 2022 as originally scheduled.
President of Samut Prakan City FC "Khun Ae" Mr. Chonsawat Asavahame is joining forces with the public and private sectors in an effort to coordinate the opening of the Samutprakarn Ruamjai Hospital 5 (WHA) to help meet the local demand.
Working in collaboration with the provincial administrative organization along with state and private hospitals, the Samutprakarn Ruamjai Hospital 5 (WHA) is being established to alleviate any shortage of hospital beds in the hometown.
The Thai League has decided to put first and second division fixtures on hold for a 2-week period
due to daily rises in the number of new patients infected with Covid-19 as the epidemic continues to run its course throughout Thailand.
Samut Prakan City football club president "Khun Ae" Chonsawat Asavahame
and Ms. Chontida Asavahame accompanied by their own team of aid workers have arrived at the emergency relief center operated by the Bang Phli Yai Subdistrict Administrative Organization