The 2006 Thai Premier League had 12 teams. No clubs would be relegated as the league would be expanded to 16 teams for the 2007 season. Two teams promoted from the rival Pro League and two clubs from Thailand Division 1 League. The official name of the league at this time was Thailand Premier League.
|Dates||28 January – 2 July|
|2007 AFC Champions League||Bangkok University FC|
|2007 AFC Cup||Osotsapa FC|
|Top goalscorer|| Pipat Thonkanya |
(BEC Tero Sasana) (12)
|Biggest home win||BEC Tero Sasana 8-1 |
Royal Thai Army
|Biggest away win||Provincial Electricity Authority 0-3 Thailand Tobacco Monopoly |
Suphanburi 2-5 Thai Honda
|Highest scoring||BEC Tero Sasana 8-1 |
Royal Thai Army (9 goals)
- Bangkok Bank
- Bangkok University
- BEC Tero Sasana
- Chonburi (promoted from Provincial League)
- Krung Thai Bank
- Osotsapa M-150
- Port Authority of Thailand
- Provincial Electricity Authority
- Royal Thai Army (promoted from Division 1)
- Suphanburi (promoted from Provincial League)
- Thai Honda (promoted from Division 1)
- Thailand Tobacco Monopoly
Final league tableEdit
|1||Bangkok University||22||11||6||5||25||17||+8||39||Champion and Qualification for the 2007 AFC Champions League|
|2||Osotsapa||22||10||8||4||35||20||+15||38||Qualification for the 2007 AFC Cup|
|3||BEC Tero Sasana||22||9||9||4||32||14||+18||36|
|6||Royal Thai Army[b]||22||7||9||6||31||38||−7||30|
|9||Krung Thai Bank||22||5||10||7||22||26||−4||25|
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd head-to-head; 3rd goal difference; 4th goals scored
- Defending Champion
- Promoted from last season
Kor Royal CupEdit
The Kor Royal Cup was an end of season match between the two clubs that finished first and second in the final Premier League standings.
- League champions and runners up Thailand Tobacco Monopoly and PEA should have taken part in the 2006 Asian Champions League, but both clubs failed to meet the respective time frame to send in squad lists. Both teams were duly disqualified from the competition. Rumor was rife that neither club wished to take part due to the financial costs.
- Chonburi reached the final of the Singapore Cup in their first ever participation. They were within one minute of lifting the silverware against Tampines Rovers but succumbed in extra time to lose 3-2. Provincial Electricity Authority also took part in the competition but got knocked out in the first round against Woodlands Wellington.
Coach of the YearEdit
Player of the yearEdit
The league champion was Bangkok University. It was the team's first title.
- Thailand 2006 RSSSF