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2003–04 Thai League

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Season  2003/04
Dates  27 Dec 2003 – 11 Aug 2004
Location  Thailand
Champions  Krung Thai Bank
Champion  Krung Thai Bank F.C.
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2003–04 Thai League
2005 AFC Champions League  Krung Thai Bank FC BEC Tero Sasana FC
2005 ASEAN Club Championship  Thailand Tobacco Monopoly FC
Top goalscorer  Vimon Jancam (Osotsapa) (14)
Biggest home win  Krung Thai Bank 6-1 Sinthana Osotsapa 5-0 Sinthana
Relegated  Air Force Central F.C., BBCU F.C.

The 2003-04 Thai Premier League had 10 teams. Two clubs would be relegated and 2 teams promoted from Thailand Division 1 League.The team that finished in 8th position would play in a relegation play-off.


Member clubs

  • Bangkok Bank
  • Bangkok University (promoted from Division 1)
  • BEC Tero Sasana
  • Sinthana
  • Krung Thai Bank
  • Osotsapa M-150
  • Port Authority of Thailand
  • Royal Thai Air Force
  • Royal Thai Navy (promoted from Division 1)
  • Thailand Tobacco Monopoly
  • Final league table

  • Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd head-to-head; 3rd goal difference; 4th goals scored
  • Queen's Cup

    Osotsapa FC again won the Queen's Cup. This was their third success in a row.

    Asian Representation

  • Again in another revamped and expanded Asian Champions League, last years runners up BEC Tero Sasana met their match and came bottom of a tough group comprising sides from China, South Korea and Japan. Krung Thai Bank also entered this year and came in second place in their group, although still not good enough to qualify for the knockout stages.
  • Coach of the Year

  • Worrawoot Dangsamer - Krung Thai Bank
  • Player of the year

  • Pichitphong Choeichiu - Krung Thai Bank
  • Top scorer

  • Vimol Jankam - 14 Goals Osotsapa M 150
  • Champions

    The league champion was Krung Thai Bank. It was the second time the team won the title.


    2003–04 Thai League Wikipedia

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