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Raj-Vithi Football Club (Thai: สโมสรฟุตบอลราชวิถี) is a defunct professional football club based in Bangkok, Thailand. Founded in 1968, they won their first title in 1969, only one year after being founded. Three more Championship titles followed, but their success was not repeated in more recent years. In 2007 they finished in 5th place, and were relegated before the end of the 2008 season to the Thailand Division 2 League.
|Full name||Rajvithi Football Club |
|Nickname(s)||Queen's Rangers |
|Ground||Rajamangala University of Technology Rattanakosin Stadium (Salaya)|
Nakhon Pathom, Thailand
At the beginning of the 2009 season, Bangkok Bank FC withdrew from the league before the season began. The Thai Football Association therefore decided that to fill the place, they would run a pre-season competition featuring the four relegated clubs from the Thailand Division 1 League 2008 season. Raj Vithi were one of these clubs. Raj Vithi were beaten by Thai Honda FC in the semi-final 1–0.
In 2015, Raj Vithi took a year out of the competition and did not compete in the league.
Stadium and locationsEdit
|Nong Chok, Bangkok||BEC Tero Sasana Nong Jork Stadium||2007–2009|
|Din Daeng, Bangkok||Thai-Japanese Stadium||2010|
|Nong Chok, Bangkok||BEC Tero Sasana Nong Chok Stadium||2010|
|Bang Kapi, Bangkok||Klong Chan Sports Center||2011–2013|
|Lak Si, Bangkok||Boonyachinda Stadium||2013|
|Nakhon Pathom||Rajamangala University of Technology Rattanakosin Stadium (Salaya)||2014|
Season By Season recordEdit
|Season||League||FA Cup||League Cup||Top goalscorer|
|2007||DIV 1 A||22||7||8||7||31||34||29||5th|
|2008||DIV 1||30||7||5||18||36||58||26||14th||Tanongsak Promdard||18|
- "ปิดตำนาน : รวมสโมสรไทยลีกที่หายสาบสูญ | FourFourTwo". www.fourfourtwo.com. Archived from the original on 3 February 2018.