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1999 Thai Premier League

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Season  1999
2000–01 Asian Cup Winners Cup  BEC Tero Sasana FC
Champion  Air Force Central F.C.
Champions  Royal Thai Air Force
Start date  1999
Relegated  Army United F.C.
1999 Thai Premier League
2000–01 Asian Club Championship  Royal Thai Air Force FC
Top goalscorer  Sutee Suksomkit (Thai Farmers Bank) (13)
Biggest home win  Royal Thai Air Force 10-0 Bangkok Bank of Commerce Royal Thai Army 6-2 Bangkok Bank of Commerce Thai Farmers Bank 4-0 Bangkok Bank of Commerce
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The 1999 Thai Premier League consisted of 12 teams. The bottom club would be relegated to the Thailand Division 1 League. The club that came 11th would play in a relegation / promotion match against the club that came second in the Thailand Division 1 League

Contents

Defending Champions Sinthana would enter the next edition of the Asian Club Championship.

The league was also known as the Caltex Premier League.

Member clubs

  • Bangkok Bank
  • Bangkok Bank of Commerce (promoted from Division 1)
  • BEC Tero Sasana
  • Sinthana
  • Krung Thai Bank
  • Osotsapa M-150
  • Port Authority of Thailand
  • Bangkok Metropolitan Administration
  • Royal Thai Air Force
  • Royal Thai Army
  • Thai Farmers Bank
  • TOT
  • Final league table

  • Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd head-to-head; 3rd goal difference; 4th goals scored
  • Promotion and relegation Playoff

    The club that came 11th would play in a relegation / promotion match against the runner-up in the Thailand Division 1 League

    † Royal Thai Army relegated to the Thailand Division 1 League and Royal Thai Navy promoted to the Thai Premier League in next season.

    Queen's Cup

    The 27th edition of the Queen's Cup was won by guest side Hanyang University of South Korea. This would be their 7th and final victory in the competition.

    Thailand FA Cup

    Bangkok Bank won and reatined the trophy for the 2nd year running, by defeating Osotsapa 2-1. This was Bangkok Bank's 4th victory in the competition.

    Asian Representation

  • After failing in the 1998–99 Asian Cup Winners Cup the previous year, Sinthana would progress to the third round, and group stage of the 1999–2000 Asian Club Championship. On their way to the group stage, Sinthana would gain victories over GD Lam Pak of Macau and Singapore Armed Forces FC. In the group stage they would once again come up against Kashima Antlers and be out played. Jubilo Iwata and Suwon Samsung Bluewings would also make up the group.
  • Bangkok Bank reached the semi-finals of the 1999–2000 Asian Cup Winners Cup, where they were beaten by Shimizu S-Pulse of Japan on penalties in a game played in Chiang Mai. Bangkok Bank would compose themselves to win the 3rd/4th place match in beating Navbakhor Namangan FC of Uzbekistan.
  • Coach of the Year

  • Piyapong Piew-on - Royal Thai Air Force
  • Top scorer

  • Sutee Suksomkit - 13 Goals Thai Farmers Bank
  • Champions

    The league champion was Royal Thai Air Force. It was the team's second title.

    References

    1999 Thai Premier League Wikipedia


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