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2011 Ulsan Cup


**Check the discussions tab on THE ULSAN CUP page with regards to updates on rules, schedules, groups and other important updates.**

4th ULSAN CUP – October 01st & 02nd 2011


GROUP A – Storndang FC, Busan United, FCFC, Gwangju Inter

GROUP B – Seoul Villans, Sparta Busan, Won Shots, Jeonju FC

GROUP C – Malaysian Students FC, Inter Busan, Changwon FC, Gwangsun IFC

GROUP D – OutKasts FC, Daegu Devils, FC Daegu, Jejuventus FC

Use the long weekend at the start October for lots of football and a trip to a different city.

In our fourth year we are looking yet again at putting together the best teams on the peninsula to battle it out in the only country wide cup for expatriate soccer in Korea.

After the huge successes of the previous tournaments the 2011 tournament is shaping up to be the best yet. 

The Ulsan Amateur Football League, Ulsan International Volunteer Center, Ulsan Metropolitan City & The Won Shot Wanderers FC bring you the 2011 Ulsan Cup.

A big thank you to all the teams that have attended the tournament in the previous years. We aim to build upon the success of last year and we have implemented a number of your suggestions to make the tournament better. 

We hope that you will return this year to help us bring another great tournament to its fruition. 

Over our three years we have seen many teams come to Ulsan. Only a few go away with the title of "Best Foreign Team in Korea"


Busan United(Busan), WSW FC(Ulsan), OutKasts FC(Seoul), Cheoyong FC(Ulsan), Inter Busan(Busan), FCFC(Ulsan), FC Storndang(Yongin/Seoul), Jeonju UFC(Jeonju), VN-Gyeongju FC(Gyeongju), Seoul International FC(Seoul), FC Daegu(Daegu), Gwangju IFC(Gwangju), Total Usan(Ulsan), Daegu Devils(Daegu), Suncheon IFC(Suncheon), Sparta Busan(Busan), Seoul Celtic(Seoul), Deagu United(Daegu), SBFC(Seoul), Gyeongju FC(Gyeongju), DMZ FC(Busan), Jinju FFC(Jinju), Ofon Dragons(Ulsan)


Busan United(2008), Seoul Celtic(2009), Jeonju UFC(2010)

Last year 16 foreign teams from all over Korea competed in a tournament that had great atmosphere. 


??2010 Ulsan Cup ??
? Champions : Jeonju Unathletic FC
? Runners up : Storndang FC
? 3rd : Busan United
? 4th : Cheoyong FC??

? MVP : Rachid Asadali from Busan United
? Golden Boot : Ian Kavanagh from Storndang FC
? Silver Boot : Flynn Stewart Franzen from Jeonju Unathletic FC
? Best Referee : Park Haksu???

??Plate Cup??
? Winners : OutKasts
? Runners Up : VN Gyeongju

This year we are keeping to four groups of four. Once we have all 16 berths filled we will draw teams from five pools (Seoul, Deagu, Busan, Ulsan, Others). This means that you will not be pooled with teams that you regularly play against in your weekend leagues. 

Entry to the cup will be 250,000won per team.
BANK: Korea Exchange Bank
ACCNT#: 620-184807-480

We will provide the following;
• Three top class artificial turf pitches (all in the same location).
• Dedicated medical staff & ambulances.
• KFA regulated referees & third officials.
• Winners purse (W500,000) & trophy.
• Runners up purse (W300,000) & plate.
• Third place trophy
• Player & Club awards (purse & trophy).
• A dedicated hotel 15 minutes walk from the pitches, with discounted rates for Friday, Saturday & Sunday nights (including players family).
• Western food & refreshments during the tournament.
• Shuttle bus running between the hotel and the KTX station.

If you lose out on the winners’ trophy there will be a runners up plate & purse guaranteeing you football and something to play for all weekend long.




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