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2023 K League 1 Final Round TV guide and playoff dates announced


K League on Monday released the list of fixtures chosen by its overseas broadcasting partners as well as the dates for the promotion-relegation playoffs.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, with a second title in as many seasons seemingly on the cards, Ulsan Hyundai will be on television overseas the most between now and the end of the season with four of the Horangi's matches picked.

Pohang Steelers, Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors, and Daegu FC are next with three matches each, followed by Suwon Bluewings and Incheon United with two, and Gwangju FC and FC Seoul with one each.

Despite the bottom four being so tightly contested, and with giants Suwon Bluewings in serious danger of being relegated, only two Final B matches have been picked for overseas broadcasting, those being the Super Match in Round 37 and the final-day clash between Suwon Bluewings and Gangwon FC.

Daejeon Hana Citizen, Jeju United, and Suwon FC have not had any of their matches picked.

Matches picked for English commentary

Round 34

Pohang Steelers vs. Incheon United, Fri. 20th October - 19:30
Daegu FC vs. Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors, Sat. 21st October - 16:30

Round 35

Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors vs. Pohang Steelers, Sat. 28th October - 14:00
Ulsan Hyundai vs. Daegu FC, Sun. 29th October - 14:00

FNR


Round 36

Daegu FC vs. Gwangju FC, Sat. 11th November - 16:30
Ulsan Hyundai vs. Pohang Steelers, Sun. 12th November - 16:30

Round 37

Incheon United vs. Ulsan Hyundai, Fri. 24th November - 19:30
FC Seoul vs. Suwon Samsung Bluewings, Sat. 25th November - 16:30

Round 38

Suwon Bluewings vs. Gangwon FC, Sat. 2nd December - 14:00
Ulsan Hyundai vs. Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors, Sun. 3rd December - 14:00


Playoff Dates

Currently, only the K League 2 runners-up versus K League 1 11th-placed team matches have been picked for English commentary and overseas television broadcasting but this is subject to change. All matches, however, are available on TV.KLeague.com.

K League 2 

4th vs 5th, Wed. 29th November - Time TBC
3rd vs 4th/5th, Sat. 2nd December - Time TBC

Promotion-Relegation

First Leg

K League 2 2nd vs. K League 1 11th, Wed. 6th December - 19:00
K League 2 3rd/4th/5th vs. K League 1 10th, Wed. 6th December - 19:00

Second Leg

K League 1 11th vs. K League 2 2nd, Sat. 9th December - 16:00
K League 1 10th vs. K League 2 3rd/4th/5th, Sat. 9th December - 16:00

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