Becamex Binh Duong FC
Becamex Binh Duong Football Club (Vietnamese: Câu lạc bộ Bóng đá Becamex Bình Dương), simply known as Becamex Binh Duong, is a professional football club based in Thủ Dầu Một, Binh Duong province, Vietnam. It currently plays in Vietnam's top division, the V.League 1. Their home ground is Gò Đậu Stadium.
|Full name||Becamex Bình Dương Football Club|
|Nickname(s)||Cơn lốc miền Đông|
(The Eastern Whirlwind)
|Founded||1976as Sông Bé F.C.|
|Ground||Gò Đậu Stadium|
|Chairman||Hồ Hồng Thạch|
|Manager||Phan Thanh Hùng|
|2020||V.League 1, 6th|
In 1978, two Sông Bé teams competed in the National Division A, with Sông Bé II winning the regional championship. Afterward, the two sides were merged into one club under head coach Nguyen Kim Phung.
In 1994, Sông Bé won its first ever national title, the Vietnamese National Cup. One year later, however, they were relegated from the Vietnamese National First Division (the highest competition in Vietnam at that time) as punishment by the VFF after Sông Bé and 3 other clubs refused to play 2 relegation play-off matches.
In 1996, Sông Bé and Cao Su Binh Long merged into one club which achieved promotion to the top competition that same year.
In 1998, Bình Dương was relegated from the First Division and suffered for some years from a lack of development.
In 2002, Bình Dương Football Joint-stock Company was founded when Bình Dương FC was taken over by Bình Dương Television Broadcaster (BTV) and Becamex IDC, the strongest multi-industry economy corporation in Bình Dương. The financial backing from Becamex IDC was a huge boost for the club.
In 2003, Becamex Bình Dương won promotion to the V.League, marking the emergence of the new football powerhouse in Vietnam. During this time, the club earned the nickname Chelsea of Vietnam for its strong financial backing.
Gò Đậu Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Thủ Dầu Một. It is currently used primarily for football matches and is the home stadium of Becamex Bình Dương. The stadium holds 18,250 people.
As of 2 June 2021
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
All results (home and away) list Becamex's goal tally first.
|2008||AFC Champions League||Group E||Changchun Yatai||0–5||1–2||4th|
|2009||AFC Cup||Group H||Home United||2–0||1–2||1st|
|Round of 16||Kedah||8–2|
|2010||AFC Cup||Group F||Selangor||4–0||0–0||2nd|
|Victory Sports Club||3–0||5–0|
|Round of 16||SHB Đà Nẵng||3–4 (a.e.t.)|
|2014||Mekong Club Championship||Semi-finals||Phnom Penh Crown||5–2|
|2015||AFC Champions League||Group E||Shandong Luneng||2–3||1–3||4th|
|Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors||1–1||0–3|
|Mekong Club Championship||Semi-finals||Boeung Ket Angkor||2–3|
|2016||AFC Champions League||Group E||Jiangsu Suning||1–1||0–3||4th|
|Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors||3–2||0–2|
|2019||AFC Cup||Group G||Persija Jakarta||3–1||0–0||2nd|
|Zonal semi-finals||PSM Makassar||1–0||1–2||2–2 (a)|
|Zonal finals||Hà Nội||0–1||0–1||0–2|
|2001 V-League 2||22||5||8||9||27||33||−6||23||10th|
|2002 V-League 2||22||7||5||10||22||37||−15||26||9th|
|2003 V-League 2||22||16||2||4||56||18||+38||50||2nd||Promoted to 2004 V-League|
|2007 V-League||26||16||7||3||42||22||+20||55||Champions||Qualified for 2008 AFC Champions League|
|2008 V-League||26||14||5||7||32||18||+14||47||Champions||Qualified for 2009 AFC Cup|
|2009 V-League||26||12||7||7||49||35||+14||43||2nd||Qualified for 2010 AFC Cup|
|2013 V.League 1||20||6||5||9||34||35||−1||23||8th|
|2014 V.League 1||22||15||4||3||53||23||+30||49||Champions||Qualified for 2015 AFC Champions League|
Qualified for 2014 Mekong Club Championship
|2015 V.League 1||26||16||4||6||57||33||+24||52||Champions||Qualified for 2016 AFC Champions League |
Qualified for 2015 Mekong Club Championship
|2016 V.League 1||26||9||7||10||39||37||+2||34||10th|
|2017 V.League 1||26||6||12||8||34||30||+4||30||11th|
|2018 V.League 1||26||7||12||7||39||36||+3||33||7th||Qualified for 2019 AFC Cup (national cup winners)|
|2019 V.League 1||26||10||6||10||32||32||0||36||4th|
- Runners-up (1): 2003
- Winners (4): 2007, 2008, 2014, 2015
- Runners-up (1): 2018
- Winners (6): 2002, 2003, 2005, 2012, 2013, 2017
- Runners-up (3): 2006, 2008, 2011
- Winners (1): 2014
Managers by years (2002–present)Edit
|Trần Bình Sự||2002–03|
|Nam Dae Shik||2004|
|Mai Ngọc Khoa||2004|
|Vương Tiến Dũng||2005|
|Đoàn Minh Xương||2005–06|
|Lê Thụy Hải||2006–08|
|Mai Đức Chung||2009–10|
|Đặng Trần Chỉnh (interim)||2010|
|Dương Ngọc Hùng||2010|
|Dương Ngọc Hùng||2010|
|Đặng Trần Chỉnh (interim)||2011|
|Lê Thụy Hải||2011|
|Đặng Trần Chỉnh (interim)||2011–12|
|Lê Thụy Hải||2013|
|Nguyễn Minh Dũng||2013–14|
|Nguyễn Thanh Sơn||2014–16|
|Trần Bình Sự||2016–18|
|Trần Minh Chiến||2018–19|
|Nguyễn Thanh Sơn||2019|
|Nguyễn Thanh Sơn||2020|
|Phan Thanh Hùng||2021|