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The K League United Elimination Game - Round 12

After a six week hiatus, the K League United Elimination Game returns from the World Cup to claim its remaining eleven competitors. With Round Eleven causing twists and shocks worthy of mid-season cliffhanger, Round Twelve will certainly have a lot to live up to!

Round 11 Roundup

More than one person messaged me saying, “I’m just trying to get to make it to the World Cup break.”

More than one person failed. 

Welcome back to the KLeague United Elimination Game!!! In the final round before the break, six players chose the mighty K-League 2 play-off spot holding Bucheon 1995 to not lose against the barely-not-bottom-of-the-table Seoul E-Land and they saw a dandy of a game that gave E-Land their third win of the season back in the middle of May. 

Ross Davis, Branko Belan, Steve Price, Dan Croydon, and Paul Carver all lost their final life on that game. 

Similarly, Scott Whitelock put his final life on Asan who are currently in second in the K-League 2 and only two points shy of first. Asan lost at home to Daejeon as Daejeon recorded their fifth win of the season. 

No one is perfect anymore as Lex Nande and James Edrupt got their first loss of this Elimination Game as both thought Gwangju would be able to handle Anyang. Anyang, instead, recorded their first win in league play! After the World Cup break, Anyang got two more wins bringing their win column up to 3. 

Six players have two lives left while five players are on their last life. 

World Cup players to watch this weekend:

The hero for Korea during the World Cup, Cho Hyun-woo, could be back in net as his K-League side Daegu FC play host to FC Seoul and Seoul’s World Cup hero Go Yo-han. Both sides are hoping to avoid relegation. 

Jeonbuk will be hosting Incheon United. Jeonbuk sent three players to Russia, Kim Shin-wook, Lee Yong, and Lee Jae-sung, while Incheon sent Moon Seon-min. 

Sangju will be hosting Ulsan Hyundai. Sangju sent Kim Min-woo and Hong Chul to Russia while Ulsan sent Park Joo-ho. 

Suwon will be hosting Jeju and possibly Jeju’s lone World Cup player Oh Ban-suk. 

Only two teams in the K-League 2 sent representatives to Russia. Yun Yong-sun and Seongnam FC will be hosting Seoul E-Land who are near the bottom of the table, and Ju Se-jong of Asan will be visiting the Ansan Greeners. 

For fairness, I’m announcing publicly that I will be choosing Gangwon FC to not lose against the Jeonnam Dragons. 

- Jon Christian


Take a look at the weekend fixtures below and select a side you think will not lose, but you must not select a team you have previously chosen in the first eleven rounds. If your team is defeated, you lose a life. When you have no lives remaining, then it is game over for you.

Teams must be in twenty four hours prior to the first kick off. For this week, that deadline is Friday 6th July at 19:00pm KST.

If you miss the deadline, you will lose a life.

It must also be mentioned that unfortunately this game is no longer open to new competitors. Entry closed after round three, but please make sure to take part next year!

Please enter using the form at bottom of this article. If you wish to change your decision prior to the deadline, please contact either Jon Christian or site editor Matthew Binns. You can also contact them if you cannot remember which teams you selected in previous rounds, though please make sure to check for your name in our previous weekly posts if you can.


Besides K League supporters knowing that you are the best at not picking losing sides, we are also giving away a K League United kit (both shirt and shorts), in addition to a standard match ticket (home or away) for any competition featuring a K League side playing in Korea in the current or following season. Tickets will not be offered for matches outside of the country.

For those wishing to partake from outside of the Korea peninsula, the K League United kit will be sent out to you free of charge via a standard international shipping service


As mentioned above, this game only takes place on the weekend when both leagues are playing unless stated otherwise, in which case you will be contacted via email with generous notice. This weekend, fixtures take place over three days; Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

Upcoming fixtures for the tenth round are as follows:

Saturday 7th July
Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors vs Incheon United
Gyeongnam FC vs Pohang Steelers
Suwon Bluewings vs Jeju United
Seongnam FC vs Seoul E-Land
Ansan Greeners vs Asan Mugunghwa

Sunday 8th July
Gangwon FC vs Jeonnam Dragons
Daegu FC vs FC Seoul
Sangju Sangmu vs Ulsan Hyundai
Bucheon 1995 vs FC Anyang

Monday 9th July
Daejeon Citizen vs Suwon FC
Gwangju FC vs Busan IPark

Entry Form

Enter your selection for the weekend's fixtures using the form below before Friday 6th May 19:00 KST.  If you have are having trouble entering your details, you can click here to view a more mobile friendly version.

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