Samut Prakarn City star forward "B" Chayawat Srinawong admits that a difficult task lies ahead for the "Sea Fang" in our last 4 matches but maintains confidence in the team’s capability to close-out the Toyota Thai League 2019 season with a top-five finish! "B" promises to fight to his fullest in helping the team deliver great performances and urges all "Sea Fang" supporters to please come cheer-us-on in the remaining matches!
In a heated battle, Jaroensak Wonggorn is the "Sea Fang" goal-scorer who helps Samut Prakarn City hold the True Bangkok United "Angels" to a draw for 1 highly valued point in the twenty-sixth Toyota Thai League match of the 2019 season!
Tetsuya Murayama is ready for the clash with Mano Polking’s squad while not fretting over the lack of Peeradon Chamratsamee as many replacements are lined-up. Our SPC head coach believes we’re in for an exciting match where the team will put on a stellar performance and invites all our fans to the Samut Prakan Stadium home ground as Samut Prakan City plays hosts this Saturday, September 14th, to the visiting True Bangkok United "Bangkok Angels" - kicking-off at 20:00 hrs. live on True Sport 2 (682) and True Sport HD3 (668)!
The Samut Prakan City "Sea Fang" has no fear despite having two of our key midfielders, Peeradon Chamratsamee and Nopphon Ponkam, off the roster for the home game against the True Bangkok United "Angels" in the twenty-sixth Toyota Thai League match of the 2019 season this Saturday, September 14th, at Samut Prakan Stadium - kicking-off at 20:00 hrs. live on True Sport 2 (682) and True Sport HD3 (668)!
This is your chance young footballers! Samut Prakan City, Thailand’s fifth-ranked professional football club is looking for youth players aged 17-21 for our Samut Prakan City Academy! Try-outs will be held September 28-29, 2019.
Ibson Melo made two and Kritprom Boonsarn topped-off the scoring for the Samut Prakan City "Sea Fang" to edge the Chonburi FC "Sharks" 3-2 in the latest practice game played at the KiartiThanee Football Camp training ground, Samut Prakan province on September 7th.
All of Samut Prakan City feels the pain as "Sea Fang" captain "New" Peeradon Chamratsamee pulls himself off the Thai national team after experiencing a partially torn knee ligament requiring a 4-5 week recovery period. The Thai "War Elephants" were hosting the "Golden Dragons" of the Vietnam national team and drew 0-0 in the first Group G match of the World Cup Asian Qualifiers second round at the Thammasat University Stadium, Rangsit campus on September 5th.
The "Sea Fang’s" contribution to the 23-strong Thai national squad, Samut Prakan City team captain "New" Peeradon Chamratsamee, expressed full confidence in the readiness and ability of the Thai "War Elephants" in going up against the Vietnamese "Golden Dragons" this September 5th at the Thammasat University Stadium, Rangsit Campus - kicking-off at 19:00 hrs.!
The good form of Samut Prakan City "Sea Fang" captain "New" Peeradon Chamratsamee has caught the eye of head coach Akira Nishino and he will be included on the 23-man Thai national "War Elephants" squad battling in the first Group G match of the 2022 World Cup Asian Qualifiers second round