Bucheon FC 1995

Bucheon FC 1995 is a South Korean professional football club located in the city of Bucheon, which is currently a member of the K League 2. The club was refounded by a group of former Bucheon SK supporters after its move to Jeju at the beginning of 2006.

Bucheon FC 1995
부천 FC 1995
Bucheon FC 1995.svg
Short nameBFC
Founded2007; 14 years ago (2007)[1] (as Bucheon FC 1995)
GroundBucheon Stadium
OwnerBucheon Government
ChairmanMayor of Bucheon
ManagerLee Young-min
LeagueK League 2
2020K League 2, 8th
WebsiteClub website


A Forever Bucheon banner, displayed by fans behind the movement to create the new Bucheon FC at a 2006 World Cup match between South Korea and France, June 18, 2006.

Within weeks of the relocation of Bucheon SK, fans of the club began a movement to establish a brand new side in Bucheon, with an initial goal of creating a team to participate in the 2007 Korea National League season. The financial requirements for entry to the National League were so great and that, coupled with the launch of the K3 League in 2007, led to them readjusting their target and focusing on entry to the K3 League in 2008.

During the course of 2007 deals with several major sponsors, including Sports Toto, Daum and SK Energy were negotiated. On October 25, 2007, the club's name, Bucheon FC 1995, was announced, and the club was officially founded on December 1.

The team became a professional club and got an approval to join as a member of K League 2 from 2013 season on December 5, 2012.

In the first season as a professional club, they finished the season in 7th place.



Season Division Tms. Pos. FA Cup
2008 K3 League 16 13
2009 K3 League 17 4
2010 Challengers League 18 7 2nd Round
2011 Challengers League 16 8 1st Round
2012 Challengers League 18 8 1st Round
2013 K League Challenge 8 7 2nd Round
2014 K League Challenge 10 10 3rd Round
2015 K League Challenge 11 5 Round of 32
2016 K League Challenge 11 3 Semi-finals
2017 K League Challenge 10 5 Round of 16
2018 K League 2 10 8 Round of 16
2019 K League 2 10 4 3rd Round


Current squadEdit

As of March 1, 2021 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK   KOR Jeon Jong-hyuk
3 DF   KOR Kang Eui-bin
4 DF   KOR Park Tae-hong
5 DF   KOR Kim Kang-san
6 MF   KOR Song Hong-min
7 DF   KOR Park Jun-hui
8 FW   KOR Park Ha-bin
10 MF   KOR Cho Beom-seok
11 MF   KOR Jang Hyun-soo
13 GK   KOR Moon Kwang-seok
14 MF   KOR Jo Soo-chul
15 DF   KOR Jeong Ho-keun
16 FW   KOR Choo Jeong-ho
17 MF   KOR Choe Byeong-chan
18 MF   JPN Wataru Murofushi
No. Pos. Nation Player
19 FW   KOR Cho Geon-gyu
20 DF   KOR Kim Jung-ho
21 GK   KOR Lee Joo-hyeon
22 FW   KOR Han Ji-ho
23 DF   KOR Kuk Tae-jeong
25 MF   KOR Lee Si-heon
26 DF   KOR Cho Hyun-taek
27 FW   KOR Park Chang-joon
28 MF   KOR Jo Yoon-hyeong
32 FW   KOR Ahn Jae-jun
37 MF   KOR Lee Dong-keon
41 DF   KOR Yun Ji-hyeok
77 MF   KOR Oh Jae-hyeok
FW   BRA Crislan

Out on loanEdit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
DF   KOR Park Kun (to Paju Citizen FC)
GK   KOR Choi Chul-won (to Sangju Sangmu for military duty)
No. Pos. Nation Player
DF   KOR Choi Hyun-bin (to Cheongju City FC)
FW   KOR Jeong Taek-hoon (to Gyeongju KH&NP)


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