2020 Thailand Champions Cup

The 2020 Thailand Champions Cup was the 4th Thailand Champions Cup, an annual football match contested by the winners of the previous season's Thai League 1 and Thai FA Cup competitions. It was sponsored by Government Savings Bank (Omsin Bank), and known as the Omsin Thailand Champions Cup[1] (Thai: ออมสิน ไทยแลนด์แชมเปียนส์คัพ) for sponsorship purposes. The match was played at SCG Stadium, Nonthaburi and contested by 2019 Thai League 1 champions Chiangrai United, and Port as the champions of the 2019 Thai FA Cup.

2020 Thailand Champions Cup
Omsin Thailand Champions Cup
Omsin Thailand Champions Cup, 2020.png
EventThailand Champions Cup
Date2 February 2020
VenueSCG Stadium, Nonthaburi
Man of the MatchBill
RefereeTorpong Somsing (Thailand)
Attendance6,044
WeatherFog
30 °C (86 °F)
humidity 72%
2019
2021

Qualified teamsEdit

Team Qualification Qualified date Participation
Chiangrai United Winners of the 2019 Thai League 1 26 October 2019 3rd
Port Winners of the 2019 Thai FA Cup 2 November 2019 1st

MatchEdit

DetailsEdit

Chiangrai United2 – 0Port
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Full match
Attendance: 6,044
Referee: Torpong Somsing (Thailand)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Chiangrai United
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Port
Lineups:
GK 22   Apirak Woravong
DF 5   Brinner
DF 13   Chotipat Poomkeaw   66'   65'
DF 30   Suriya Singmui
DF 33   Sarawut Inpaen   82'
DF 36   Shinnaphat Leeaoh   86'
MF 6   Phitiwat Sukjitthammakul (c)
MF 8   Lee Yong-rae   51'   33'
MF 10   Sivakorn Tiatrakul   90'
MF 26   Chaiyawat Buran   55'   72'
FW 9   Bill
Substitutes:
GK 1   Saranon Anuin
DF 3   Tanasak Srisai   86'
DF 4   Piyaphon Phanichakul
MF 14   Sanukran Thinjom   90+3'   72'
MF 17   Somkid Chamnarnsilp
MF 18   Thirayu Banhan
MF 27   Gionata Verzura
FW 11   Mailson
FW 16   Akarawin Sawasdee   65'
Head Coach:
  Masami Taki
Lineups:
GK 36   Worawut Srisupha
DF 4   Elias Dolah   45+1'
DF 15   Martin Steuble
DF 22   David Rochela (c)   20'
DF 34   Nitipong Selanon
MF 7   Pakorn Prempak   61'
MF 8   Go Seul-ki
MF 16   Siwakorn Jakkuprasat   74'
FW 5   Sergio Suárez   32'
FW 9   Adisak Kraisorn   46'
FW 37   Heberty   82'
Substitutes:
GK 18   Rattanai Songsangchan
DF 6   Todsapol Lated
DF 35   Athibordee Atirat
DF 81   Jaturapat Sattham
MF 10   Bordin Phala   61'
MF 11   Tanasith Siripala   46'
MF 31   Kanarin Thawornsak
MF 69   Sansern Limwattana
FW 39   Chenrop Samphaodi   74'
Head Coach:
  Choketawee Promrut

Assistant referees:
  Pattarapong Kidsatid
  Thanat Chucheun
Fourth official:
  Wiwat Jampa-on
Assistant VAR:
  Sivakorn Pu-udom
  Rawut Nakrit

MATCH RULES

  • 90 minutes.
  • Penalty shoot-out if necessary.
  • Maximum of three substitutions.

WinnerEdit

 2020 Thailand Champions Cup
Winners 
Chiangrai United
Second title

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "News from Thai League". thaileague.co.th. FA Thailand. Archived from the original on 2019-02-04. Retrieved 2021-08-16.