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Classic and Challenge Preseason Schedules

The start of the 2017 K League Classic and Challenge seasons is a little over a month away, but all 22 Korean teams are already busy preparing abroad and domestically. Thanks to Viva La K-League, a comprehensive list of where each team is preparing can be found below.
(photo via facebook.com/dragonsfc)






Daegu FC

January 6th-February 1st: Kunming, China

Gangwon FC

January 8th-25th: Ulsan, South Korea
February 5th-22nd: Miyazaki, Japan

Gwangju FC

January 2nd-January 14th: Gwangyang, South Korea
January 16th-February 10th: Algarve, Portugal

Incheon United

January 14th-February 6th: Buriram, Thailand
February 10th-February 24th: Osaka, Japan


Jeju United

January 9th-30th: Guangzhou, China

Jeonbuk Hyundai

January 13th-February 5th: Dubai, UAE
January 31st: FC Astana (Kazakhstan)
February 2nd: Bunyodkor (Uzbekistan)
February 2nd: Brøndby (Denmark)
February 4th: København (Denmark)

Jeonnam Dragons

January 16th-February 3rd: Jeju, South Korea
February 7th-18th: Okinawa, Japan

Pohang Steelers

January 10th-January 25th: Bangkok, Thailand
February 1st-16th: Jeju, South Korea


Sangju Sangmu

January 1st-25th: Kunming, China
January 25th-February 20th: Gyeongnam, South Korea


FC Seoul

January 1st-21st: Guam
January 28th-31st: Hong Kong (Lunar New Year Cup)
February 2nd-10th: Kagoshima, Japan

Suwon Bluewings

January 13th-February 14th: Malaga, Spain

Ulsan Hyundai

January 13th-February 10th: Murcia, Spain







Ansan Greeners FC

January 5th-27th: Changwon, South Korea
February: Gimhae, South Korea

Asan Mungunghwa FC

January 11th-26th: Gwangyang, South Korea

FC Anyang

January 9-January 25th: Gangwon, South Korea

Bucheon FC

January 31-February 17th: Namhae, South Korea

Busan IPark

January 6th-January 26th: Suncheon, South Korea
TBA: Shanghai, China

Daejeon Citizen

January 5th-19th: Tongyeong, South Korea
January 23rd-February 11th: Murcia, Spain

Gyeongnam FC

January 13th-18th: Tongyeong, South Korea
January 19th-26th: Haman, South Korea
February 3rd: Namhae, South Korea

Seongnam FC


Seoul E-Land FC


Suwon FC

January 2nd-January 9th: Kaohsiung, Taiwan
January 10th-24th: Bangkok, Thailand

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