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K League United is the official English content provider for KLeague.com dedicated to providing coverage of the latest South Korean football news, opinions, player interviews, match previews and more for K League 1, K League 2, and the Korean National Team. With the goal of having a contributor for each team, this site aims to unite otherwise separate and isolated voices into one single entity for K League. From match previews and reviews to transfer rumors and gaming, K League United aims to discuss anything and everything you the fan may be interested in.

If you are interested in contributing to K League United, please send an email to Info@KLeagueUnited.com.

K League 1

Regular Season: 12 teams, each plays the other three times for a total of 33 games each. The League then splits into Final Round A and B.

Final Round A: 1st-6th place teams play each other once over five games weeks to determine the league champion and AFC Champions League places (1st-3rd in league).

Final Round B: 7th-12th place teams play each other once over five games weeks to determine who will be relegated to K League 2. The "winner" of Final Round B finishes 7th in the overall season standings regardless of point totals compared to those in Final Round A. The 12th place team is automatically relegated while the 11th place team will play a two-legged playoff series with the winner of the K League 2 playoffs. Here's an example of the 2015 Playoff Bracket.

K League 2

Regular Season: 10 teams, each plays the other four times for a total of 36 games each. The first placed team is automatically promoted to K League 1 while 2nd-4th enter the playoffs.

Media Appearances: News/TV

KBS News (April 2018)


Arirang News - S. Korea Advances to First U-20 World Cup Final (June 2019)

Arirang Foreign Correspondents Ep.157 - Sports and Politics (September 2019)


Arirang News - South, North Korea men's World Cup qualifier in Pyeongyang (October 2019)

Media Appearances: Radio

For Vuck's Sake - Season 3 Episode 20 (February 2018)


KBS World Radio: Korea24 (June 2018)

J Talk Podcast - Episode 245 (October 2018)


KBS World Radio (February 2019)


For Vuck's Sake - Season 4 Episode 22 (February 2019)


Football Nation Radio - Evenings on FNR (March 2019)


KBS World Radio - Korea 24 (June 2019)


Football Nation Radio - Evenings on FNR (June 2019)


The Asian Game - Episode 34: K League (July 2019)


Football Nation Radio - Aussies Abroad (September 2019)

Media Appearances: Print/Online

Gwangju News - Five Reasons to Love K League (March 2017)
Outside of the Boot - Asian Young Player of the Year 2017: Hwang Hee-chan (November 2017)
Huffington Post - K League Loving Foreigners on World Cup and Team Korea (June 2018)
KLeague.com - K League United is Joining The All New KLeague.com (August 2018)
Korea Magazine - Supporting Local, Going Global (August 2018)
Juego Magazine 후에고 - Editors Interview and How Chanathip's J.League Success Can Help K League (August 2018)
Major League Soccer (MLS) - A scouting report on Vancouver Whitecaps' new midfielder Hwang In-beom (January 2019)
Naver Sports - Foreign Reporters Collaborate with K League to Deliver Global Content [in Korean] (March 2019)
UPI News - North-South Korean soccer game latest round of sports diplomacy (October 2019)

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