2021 Thailand Champions Cup

The 2021 Thailand Champions Cup was the 5th 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 Daikin,[3] and known as the Daikin Thailand Champions Cup[4] (Thai: ไดกิ้น ไทยแลนด์แชมเปียนส์คัพ) for sponsorship purposes. The match was played on 1 September 2021[5][6][7] at the 700th Anniversary of Chiangmai Stadium in Mae Rim, Chiangmai[8] and contested by 2020–21 Thai League 1 champions BG Pathum United, and Chiangrai United as the champions of the 2020–21 Thai FA Cup. It has live broadcast on Channel 5 HD and AIS Play.

2021 Thailand Champions Cup
Daikin Thailand Champions Cup
Daikin Thailand Champions Cup, 2021.png
EventThailand Champions Cup
Date1 September 2021
Venue700th Anniversary of Chiangmai Stadium, Chiangmai
Man of the MatchRyo Matsumura[1]
RefereeWiwat Jumpaoon (Thailand)
Attendance0[2]
WeatherFair
27 °C (81 °F)
humidity 84%
2020
2022

Qualified teamsEdit

Team Qualification Qualified date Participation
BG Pathum United Winners of the 2020–21 Thai League 1 4 March 2021[9] 1st
Chiangrai United Winners of the 2020–21 Thai FA Cup 11 April 2021[10] 4th

MatchEdit

DetailsEdit

BG Pathum United1 – 0Chiangrai United
  • Ryo Matsumura   87'
Report
News
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Full match
Attendance: 0
Referee: Wiwat Jumpaoon (Thailand)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
BG Pathum United
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Chiangrai United
Lineups:
GK 1   Chatchai Budprom
RB 23   Santiphap Channgom   72'
CB 17   Irfan Fandi   57'
CB 5   Victor Cardozo (c)
CB 39   Yordrak Namuangrak
LB 13   Ernesto Phumipha   31'   59'
DM 6   Sarach Yooyen
CM 11   Sumanya Purisai   77'
CM 27   Kevin Ingreso   72'
CF 10   Teerasil Dangda   59'
CF 7   Diogo   90+4'
Substitutes:
GK 40   Korraphat Nareechan
DF 16   Jakkapan Praisuwan
MF 4   Chaowat Veerachat   86'   72'
MF 18   Pathompol Charoenrattanapirom   90+1'   77'
MF 24   Chatmongkol Thongkiri
FW 9   Surachat Sareepim   72'
FW 19   Chenrop Samphaodi
FW 29   Chatree Chimtalay   59'
FW 88   Ryo Matsumura   87'   59'
Head Coach:
  Aurelio Vidmar
 
Lineups:
GK 22   Apirak Worawong
RB 2   Wasan Homsan
CB 33   Sarawut Inpaen
CB 5   Brinner   18'
CB 3   Tanasak Srisai   89'
LB 30   Suriya Singmui   16'   70'
CM 8   Cho Ji-hun   70'
CM 6   Phitiwat Sukjitthammakul (c)
AM 10   Sivakorn Tiatrakul   89'
CF 9   Bill   45+4'
CF 37   Ekanit Panya   23'
Substitutes:
GK 1   Saranon Anuin
DF 36   Shinnaphat Leeaoh   23'
MF 14   Sanukran Thinjom   70'
MF 15   Nattawut Jaroenboot
MF 27   Gionata Verzura   70'
MF 46   Pharadon Pattanapol
FW 7   Felipe Amorim
FW 16   Akarawin Sawasdee   89'
FW 17   Somkid Chamnarnsilp   89'
Head Coach:
  Emerson Pereira

Assistant referees:
  Rachen Srichai
  Worapong Prasertsri
Fourth official:
  Natee Chusuwan
Assistant VAR:
  Torpong Somsing
  Rachan Dawangpa
Match Commissioner:
  Khajorn Treesophanakorn
Referee Assessor:
  Preecha Kangram
General Coordinator:
  Narubet Kietprasert

MATCH RULES

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

WinnerEdit

2021 Thailand Champions Cup
Winners
BG Pathum United
First Title

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Man of the match of the Daikin Thailand Champions Cup 2021". facebook.com/BGPATHUMUNITED. BG Pathum United.
  2. ^ "The 2021 Thailand Champions Cup does not allow the audience to visit due to the epidemic of the COVID-19". goal.com. Goal Thailand.
  3. ^ "The main sponsorship of the 2021 Thailand Champions Cup (in Thai)". Thai League. FA Thailand.
  4. ^ "The schedule of the Daikin Thailand Champions Cup (in Thai)". thaileague.co.th. FA Thailand.
  5. ^ "The schedule of the 2021 Thailand Champions Cup (in Thai)". Goal.com. Goal Thailand.
  6. ^ "The first postponed of the 2021 Thailand Champions Cup (in Thai)". Thai League. FA Thailand.
  7. ^ "The second postponed of the 2021 Thailand Champions Cup (in Thai)". Thai League. FA Thailand.
  8. ^ "The vanue of the 2021 Thailand Champions Cup (in Thai)". Changsuek. FA Thailand.
  9. ^ "BG Pathum United became the champions of the Thai League 1 after won Sukhothai on 4 March 2021 (in Thai)". mgronline.com.
  10. ^ "Chiangrai United was the champions of the Thai FA Cup on 11 April 2021 (in Thai)". thairath.co.th.