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Busan IPark Move All Remaining Games to Gudeok Stadium

All the remaining home games of the professional soccer league’s Busan IPark this season have been confirmed to be held at Gudeok Stadium.


Jeonbuk Make History With Victory Over Busan IPark

Down but not out, Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors got a piece of South Korean professional soccer history Wednesday night, thanks to a 2-1, come-from-behind away victory over Busan IPark. After rallying from a second-half deficit in the K League Classic showdown, Jeonbuk has not lost in 21 matches. They tie the record for the longest unbeaten […]


Last Minute Goal Sinks IPark

Kim Eun-sun’s 90th minute goal was the difference as the Busan IPark fell 2-1 to Suwon Saturday afternoon in K League classic action. Min Sang-gi opened the scoring for Suwon in the 20th minute before the IPark’s Wesley netted his second goal of the 2015 campaign to level the score in the 70th minute. Suwon […]


Current Standings


Recent Matches | October 4

Pohang 2 – Busan 0

Seoul 3 – Cheonnam 2

Ulsan 0 – Daejeon 0

Seongnam 1 – Incheon 0 

Suwon 4 – Gwangju 2

Jeju 3 – Jeonbuk 2

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Next Home Game | September 23 | Jeju vs. IPark – 7 PM


Ticket Information

Adult – 10,000 won

Student– 6,000 won

Elementary Student – 2,000 won

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IPark Squad | 2014

Busan IPark Squad 2014

Field Staff

Head Coach: Yoon Seong-hyo
Coach: Baek Gi-hong
Coach: Denis Iwamura
Coach: Lee Jin-haeng
Goalkeeper Coach: Sarychev Valer
Athletic Trainer: Kim Min-cheol
Athletic Trainer: Park Hae-il
Manager: Jeong Seung-eun
Translator: Han Jae-hyung

Asiad Stadium

Asiad Stadium Busan

Getting there: Go out exit 9 or 11 – Sports Complex Station (Brown Line)

Team related questions: Kim Byung-hoon: twince007@nate.com

ipark-iconBusan IPark (부산 아이파크) ] was one of the original five clubs in the K-League back in 1983. Along with clubs that included the Hallelujah FCPOSCO Dolphins and the Daewoo Royals. The league has since grown to 12 teams with Busan being one of only three clubs to stay in business since the league’s founding.

IPark hits the pitch at Asiad Stadium, an awesome remnant of the 2002 World Cup and a sight to see in itself. Tickets run 10,000 for adults, six for students.

The Haps English IPark website is not an official website of the team. It is intended to give coverage in English of the IPark for fans interested in the club. The Korean website is the only official website of the club, and any information on the English site does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the team.

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