Zuid-Korea - K3 league

Zuid-Korea - K3 league

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Fixtures

DateRThuis vs Uit-
05/29 06:00 10 Dangjin Citizen FC vs Changwon City View
05/29 06:00 14 Dangjin Citizen FC vs Cheonan City View
05/29 08:00 14 Hwaseong FC vs Gyeongju HNP View
05/29 08:00 14 Ulsan Citizen FC vs Busan Trans Corp View
06/03 10:00 15 Daejeon Korail vs Dangjin Citizen FC View
06/04 07:00 15 Siheung City AC vs Ulsan Citizen FC View
06/04 08:00 15 Gyeongju HNP vs Gimhae City View
06/04 08:00 15 Yangju Citizen vs Mokpo City View
06/04 10:00 15 Cheongju FC vs Changwon City View
06/05 07:00 15 Pocheon Citizen FC vs Cheonan City View
06/05 07:00 15 Busan Trans Corp vs Gangneung City View
06/05 08:00 15 Paju Citizen FC vs Hwaseong FC View

Results

Date R Thuis vs Uit -
05/28 10:00 14 [10] Gimhae City vs Cheongju City FC [11] 2-0
05/28 06:00 14 [13] Mokpo City FC vs Gangneung City [10] 2-3
05/28 06:00 14 [1] Changwon City vs Yangju Citizen [7] 0-1
05/27 10:00 14 [10] Daejeon Korail vs Paju Citizen FC [4] 1-1
05/27 05:00 14 [14] Pocheon Citizen FC vs Siheung City AC [2] 1-1
05/22 10:00 13 [10] Cheongju City FC vs Hwaseong FC [5] 0-3
05/22 08:00 13 [11] Yangju Citizen vs Gimhae City [7] 1-0
05/22 06:00 13 [13] Mokpo City FC vs Ulsan Citizen FC [12] 0-0
05/22 06:00 13 [8] Gangneung City vs Changwon City [2] 1-2
05/21 08:00 13 [6] Paju Citizen FC vs Gyeongju HNP [3] 2-1
05/21 08:00 13 [15] Cheonan City vs Daejeon Korail [12] 1-2
05/21 05:00 13 [2] Siheung City AC vs Dangjin Citizen FC [16] 2-1

Wikipedia - K3 League

The K3 League is the third tier of South Korean football league system, which was created from the rebranding of the Korea National League (2003–2019) and the former K3 League (2007–2019) into K3 League and K4 League in 2020. 16 teams are currently playing in the league.

History

The Korean National Semi-Professional Football League, the semi-professional league of South Korea, began in 1964 and lasted until it was replaced by the Korea National League (KNL) in 2003. 15 clubs played in the new KNL. With the establishment of the K League Challenge (currently K League 2) as a second-tier professional league in 2013, the number of clubs in the KNL decreased. Since 2017, only eight clubs participated in the KNL. Meanwhile, the amateur K3 League developed its own promotion and relegation systems with the Advanced Tier and the Basic Tier. In 2015, the Korea Football Association announced its plan of structural reform to merge the KNL and K3 League. The plan was realized in the late 2019, in which the KNL and the former K3 League were rebranded into the current K3 League and K4 League. In 2020, the new K3 League was launched with the total of 16 teams, consisting of the eight teams from the KNL and seven teams (six from the Advanced Tier and one from the Basic Tier) from the former K3 League.