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The Year Ahead

To celebrate the 2017 season kicking off at long last, K-League United is hitting the road again! Our writers will be in several cities March 4th and 5th and would love to meet up to talk about season expectations, notable transfers, and all of the football happening in Korea in the year ahead. In the meantime, here's a comprehensive list of everything you need to get you ready for this season and what to look forward to in the months to come.

Season Previews

Monday, February 13th: Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors by Matthew Binns
Tuesday, February 14th: Jeonnam Dragons by Ryan Walters
Wednesday, February 15th: Bucheon 1995 by Alastair Middleton
Thursday, February 16th: Jeju United by Duncan Elder
Friday, February 17th: Suwon Samsung Bluewings by Scott Whitelock
Saturday, February 18th: Daejeon Citizen by Paul Neat
Sunday, February 19th: Busan IPark by Jae Chee
Monday, February 20th: Seoul E-Land by Stephen Waddell
Tuesday, February 21st: FC Seoul by Paul Neat
Thursday, February 23rd: Incheon United by Jun Kim
Thursday, February 23rd: Daegu FC by Jung Muyeol
Friday, February 24th: Ansan Greeners by Kyle Gobler
Friday, February 24th: Gyeongnam FC by James Edrupt
Saturday, February 25th: Ulsan Hyundai by Matthew Binns

Opening Weekend

Here's where you can find us when the K League season kicks off in March:




To officially count yourself as in, please RSVP to our Facebook event and we'll know to expect you.

We'll be doing a live broadcast on our Facebook Page an hour before kick-off, at halftime, and post game for these matches. Please leave any questions you’d like us to answer in the comments below or on the Facebook Event pages!


AFC Champions League

Four K League teams are fighting to keep the AFC Champions League trophy in Korea for another year. Here are the matches that lie ahead for Jeju United, Suwon Samsung Bluewings, FC Seoul, and Ulsan Hyundai:

DateTimeHome TeamAway Team
February 21

19:00

Kashima Antlers

Ulsan Hyundai
(Match Preview)
February 21

19:30

FC Seoul 

Shanghai SIPG
(Match Preview)
February 22

19:00

Kawasaki Frontale

Suwon Samsung BW
(Match Preview)
February 22

20:00

Jeju United

Jiangsu FC
(Match Preview)
February 28

19:30

Ulsan Hyundai

Brisbane Roar 
(Match Preview)
February 28

19:30

Urawa Red Diamonds

FC Seoul
(Match Preview)
March 1

19:00

Suwon Samsung BW

Guangzhou Evergrande
(Match Preview)
March 1

19:00

Gamba Osaka

Jeju United
(Match Preview)
March 1419:30Ulsan HyundaiMuangthong United
March 1421:00Eastern SCSuwon Samsung BW
March 1519:30FC SeoulWestern Sydney Wanderers
March 1517:30Adelaide UnitedJeju United
April 1119:00Western Sydney WanderersFC Seoul
April 1120:00Jeju UnitedAdelaide United
April 1221:30Muangthong UnitedUlsan Hyundai
April 1219:00Suwon Samsung BWEastern SC
April 2519:00Suwon Samsung BWKawasaki Frontale
April 2520:35Jiangsu FCJeju United
April 2619:30Ulsan HyundaiKashima Antlers
April 2620:30Shanghai SIPGFC Seoul
May 919:30Guangzhou EvergrandeSuwon Samsung BW
May 919:00Jeju UnitedGamba Osaka
May 1019:00Brisbane RoarUlsan Hyundai
May 1019:00FC SeoulUrawa Red Diamonds


U20 World Cup

The youth tournament that takes place every two years is coming to Korea in 2017. From May 20th through June 11th the best and brightest young players from across the globe will descend on Cheonan, Daejeon, Incheon, Jeju, Jeonju, and Suwon for the 24 team tournament. Here's who's qualified so far:


AsiaEuropeOceaniaSouth America
Iran
Japan
Korea Republic
Saudi Arabia
Vietnam
England
France
Germany
Italy
Portugal
New Zealand
Vanuatu
Argentina
Ecuador
Uruguay
Venezuela
CONCACAFAfrica
The 2017 CONCACAF Under-20 Championship will be played in Costa Rica from 18 February to 5 March 2017. The top four teams qualify for Korea 2017.The Africa U-20 Cup of Nations 2017 will be played in Zambia from 26 February to 12 March 2017. The top four teams qualify for Korea 2017.

Tickets are available on the FIFA U20 website

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