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Re: The "48"

Postby Cyclops » Sun Oct 03, 2010 4:31 pm

It is done! (see above for Yeonggwang trip report.)

As a few of you have put lists on this thread I should do the same. Thanks to my anal record-keeping, here are all the Korean grounds I've been to for K-League, K2/National League, K3, FA Cup, internationals, other obscure cups, etc. They are listed in the order visited, from 2002 to 2010. Quite a few of the grounds I first saw a game at before the current tenant played there, especially some of the World Cup stadiums for internationals before a K-League team moved in plus a few other grounds such as Bucheon, Changwon, Cheonan, etc., so that explains why my visit seems to pre-date the team's formation in a few cases.

I've numbered and listed them with the name of the team who currently play there in the case of the '48', and for the others it's the name of the team that played there at the time of my first visit. There's no team name for grounds that hosted random cup games or a one-off league match, etc. Some teams such as Daegu, SK and Gangwon seem to regularly play home games at more than one venue, so these are listed a, b, c, etc. On each of my trips to Cheonan Football Centre the game has been on a different pitch so I've listed them here in order visited, but I'm not convinced it's necessary to have seen matches on each of these pitches and I was happy to 'tick off' Cheonan on my first visit!

Any questions, feedback or corrections welcome...

The big list:

01 Suwon Samsung Blue Wings (Suwon World Cup Stadium)
--- Anyang Cheetahs (Anyang Stadium)
02 Bucheon 1995 (Bucheon Stadium)
--- Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma (Seongnam Stadium)
03 Chonbuk Hyundai Motors (Jeonju World Cup Stadium)
04 GS (Seoul World Cup Stadium)
05a Daegu (Daegu World Cup Stadium)
06 Busan Transportation (Gudeok Stadium)
07 Gyeongnam (Changwon Main Stadium)
08 Pohang Steelers (Pohang Steelyard)
09 Chunnam Dragons (Gwangyang Football Stadium)
10 Daejeon Citizen (Daejeon World Cup Stadium)
--- (Gimcheon Public Stadium)
--- (Gimcheon Public Stadium Auxilliary Pitch)
--- (Namhae Public Stadium)
11a SK (Seogwipo World Cup Stadium)
12 Yongin Citizen (Yongin Public Stadium)
13 Seoul United (Hyochang Stadium)
--- Pohang Steelers (Pohang Public Stadium)
14 Busan I'cons (Busan Asiad Main Stadium)
15 Ulsan Hyundai Tigers (Ulsan Munsu World Cup Stadium)
16 Suwon City (Suwon Public Stadium)
17 Incheon United (Incheon Munhak World Cup Stadium)
--- (Masan Stadium)
18 Gwangju Sangmu Bulsajo (Gwangju World Cup Stadium)
--- (Mokdong Stadium)
--- Gimpo Kookmin Bank (Gimpo Public Stadium)
--- Seosan Citizen (Seosan Stadium)
19 Daejeon KHNP (Daejeon Hanbat Stadium)
--- Uijeongbu Hummel Korea (Uijeongbu Stadium)
--- Incheon KNR (Sungui Stadium)
--- (Gwacheon Gwanmun Sports Park)
20 Goyang Kookmin Bank (Goyang Stadium)
--- (Olympic Main Stadium)
21 Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma (Tancheon Stadium)
--- (Gwangmeong Public Stadium)
22 Ansan Hallelujah (Ansan Wa Stadium)
--- Cheonan (Oryeong Stadium)
--- Eunpyeong Cheonggu Hospital (Eunpyeong-gu Football Ground)
23 Yangju Citizen (Yangju Godeok Football Pitch)
24 Ulsan Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (Ulsan Public Stadium)
25 Cheonan City (Cheonan Public Stadium)
26 Namyangju United (Namyangju Stadium)
27 Goyang Citizen (Eoulimnuri Football Ground)
--- Nowon Hummel Korea (Nowon Madeul Stadium)
--- Asan United (Seonmun University Asan Campus)
--- Hwaseong Shinwoo Electronics (Bibong Artificial Pitch)
28 Icheon Citizen (Icheon Public Stadium)
29 Incheon Korail (Incheon Munsu World Cup Stadium Auxilliary Pitch)
30 Yesan (Yesan Public Stadium)
--- (Miryang Public Stadium)
--- (Suncheon Palma Stadium)
--- Hongcheon Idu (Hongcheon Stadium)
31 Pocheon Citizen (Pocheon Stadium)
32 Asan United (Asan Stadium)
--- Seoul United (Seoul Olympic Stadium Auxilliary Pitch)
--- (Daechi Reservoir Sports Park, Seoul)
--- (Ansan Wa Stadium Auxilliary Pitch)
--- (Namyangju Stadium Auxilliary Pitch #C)
33 Gimhae (Gimhae Stadium)
34a Cheonan (Cheonan Football Centre Artificial Pitch #1)
11b SK (Jeju Stadium)
34b Cheonan (Cheonan Football Centre Pitch #B)
34c Cheonan (Cheonan Football Centre Pitch #A)
35 Seoul Martyrs (Gangbuk Gumin Stadium)
36 Cheongju Jikji (Cheongju Stadium)
37 Gwangju Gwangsan (Honam University)
38 Gyeongju Citizen (Gyeongju Citizen Stadium)
--- Daejeon KHNP (Daejeon World Cup Stadium Auxilliary Pitch)
--- Samcheok Sinwoo Electronics (Dogye Public Stadium)
39a/40 Gangwon/Gangneung City (Gangneung Stadium)
39b/41 Gangwon/Chuncheon Citizen (Chuncheon Soram Sports Town Stadium)
--- Jeonju Ongoeul (Deokjin Exercise Park Football Ground)
42 Jeonju EM (Jeonju University)
43 Changwon (Changwon Football Centre Main Stadium)
34d Cheonan (Cheonan Football Centre Artificial Pitch #2)
--- (Seoul National University)
44 Mokpo City (Mokpo International Football Centre)
45 Chungju Hummel (Chungju Public Stadium)
--- (Incheon Seunggi Football Ground)
05b Daegu (Daegu Citizen Stadium)
46 Yongin City (Yongin Football Centre Main Stadium)
--- (Dangjin Stadium)
47 Samcheok Sinwoo Electronics (Samcheok Public Stadium)
48 Cheonnam Yeonggwang (Yeonggwang Sportium)


Former league grounds since 2002 I haven't been to (but hope to when I can find a fixture!):

Iksan Hallelujah (Iksan Stadium)
Gangneung (Gangneung World)
Daegu Powertrain (Daegu World Cup Stadium Auxilliary Pitch)
Asan (Dangjin Stadium Auxilliary Pitch)
Changwon (Changwon Stadium Auxilliary Pitch)
Jeonju Ongoeul (Jeonju Stadium)

If I've missed any (regularly used home grounds) from this list please let me know.


Other grounds I'd like to see a game at in the future:

Namhae Sports Park
Muju Stadium
Paju NFC
Mayday Stadium, Pyeongyang
Kim Il-sung Stadium, Pyeongyang


Finally, one that got away:

Dongdaemun Stadium RIP

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Re: The "48"

Postby sjc_three » Sun Oct 03, 2010 9:13 pm

Congrats mate. Phenomenal effort.

If Busan win on Wednesday and you fancy ticking of Namhae, then I'll be there.

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Re: The "48"

Postby just because » Sun Oct 03, 2010 9:49 pm

yes, fantastic....

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Re: The "48"

Postby SteveW » Mon Oct 04, 2010 6:55 am

Christ Cyclops that's an impressive haul. Even more impressive when you think that most locals would shut the curtains if some of these teams were playing in their back gardens.

Disappointed I never made more effort to get out and about to some of these smaller grounds. Fell victim to 'there's always another week' syndrome and then suddenly all the weeks were gone.

Will make a renewed effort to get to some new grounds this year...will hopefully tick off some of the local ones.

Albion Rovers v Sunnybank in the Scottish Cup looks as good a place as any to start

Should finally get New Douglas Park this year as well considering its more or less walking distance from my house.
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Re: The "48"

Postby Holyjoe » Mon Oct 04, 2010 8:02 am

That is a funking brilliant list.. good stuff, and even better to see the first stadium on that list :smt023

I wish I had been a bit more anal with regard to record keeping - I've got a list of all matches attended and the competitions they were in for Korea, Scotland and elsewhere but I didn't record dates or venues. I suppose it shouldn't be too difficult to retrospectively update it, and it's something I probably will do reasonably soon as it's bugging me now.

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Re: The "48"

Postby SteveW » Mon Oct 04, 2010 5:33 pm

Holyjoe wrote:That is a funking brilliant list.. good stuff, and even better to see the first stadium on that list :smt023

I wish I had been a bit more anal with regard to record keeping - I've got a list of all matches attended and the competitions they were in for Korea, Scotland and elsewhere but I didn't record dates or venues. I suppose it shouldn't be too difficult to retrospectively update it, and it's something I probably will do reasonably soon as it's bugging me now.


Only a man like yourself could think a comprehensive list of every match ever attended was shoddy book-keeping. :)

Not quite up to Bob Crampsey standards though - apparently he kept teamlines and notes from every game (including wee asterisks next to players who did well).

I can barely remember which city I lived in for any particular year let alone which games I went to and where.
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Re: The "48"

Postby sjc_three » Mon Oct 04, 2010 6:50 pm

SteveW wrote:
Holyjoe wrote:That is a funking brilliant list.. good stuff, and even better to see the first stadium on that list :smt023

I wish I had been a bit more anal with regard to record keeping - I've got a list of all matches attended and the competitions they were in for Korea, Scotland and elsewhere but I didn't record dates or venues. I suppose it shouldn't be too difficult to retrospectively update it, and it's something I probably will do reasonably soon as it's bugging me now.


Only a man like yourself could think a comprehensive list of every match ever attended was shoddy book-keeping. :)

Not quite up to Bob Crampsey standards though - apparently he kept teamlines and notes from every game (including wee asterisks next to players who did well).

I can barely remember which city I lived in for any particular year let alone which games I went to and where.

Remember sitting next to an England cricket fan in Sri Lanka that kept one of those detailed score cards registering the outcome of every ball for every England and Lancashire match he went to. Now that's just taking it too far!

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Re: The "48"

Postby SteveW » Mon Oct 04, 2010 7:23 pm

sjc_three wrote:
SteveW wrote:
Holyjoe wrote:That is a funking brilliant list.. good stuff, and even better to see the first stadium on that list :smt023

I wish I had been a bit more anal with regard to record keeping - I've got a list of all matches attended and the competitions they were in for Korea, Scotland and elsewhere but I didn't record dates or venues. I suppose it shouldn't be too difficult to retrospectively update it, and it's something I probably will do reasonably soon as it's bugging me now.


Only a man like yourself could think a comprehensive list of every match ever attended was shoddy book-keeping. :)

Not quite up to Bob Crampsey standards though - apparently he kept teamlines and notes from every game (including wee asterisks next to players who did well).

I can barely remember which city I lived in for any particular year let alone which games I went to and where.

Remember sitting next to an England cricket fan in Sri Lanka that kept one of those detailed score cards registering the outcome of every ball for every England and Lancashire match he went to. Now that's just taking it too far!


That kind of compulsive behaviour must spoil the enjoyment of the match surely? And what exactly are you going to do with all that info when you have it?
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Re: The "48"

Postby sjc_three » Mon Oct 04, 2010 9:51 pm

SteveW wrote:That kind of compulsive behaviour must spoil the enjoyment of the match surely? And what exactly are you going to do with all that info when you have it?

I do remember him saying he envied the way we could just turn up at the match and watch it for fun. He was "not able" to do that. Which indeed does beg the question, does that spoil the enjoyment? As for what he did with them all. I remember that very well as I asked him the same question. The scorecards were huge affairs, much bigger than A3 and in a square shape, in a folder to match that must have contained at least 50+. He said he had a library of these folders at home. And yes, without a shadow of a doubt, full on OCD going on there (but then reckon there's touchs of that in a few corners of this board too :) ). Fair play though - whatever floats your boat, I guess.

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Re: The "48"

Postby Gerd Bibimbapper » Tue Oct 05, 2010 9:13 am

Cyclops wrote:It is done! (see above for Yeonggwang trip report.)

As a few of you have put lists on this thread I should do the same. Thanks to my anal record-keeping, here are all the Korean grounds I've been to for K-League, K2/National League, K3, FA Cup, internationals, other obscure cups, etc. They are listed in the order visited, from 2002 to 2010. Quite a few of the grounds I first saw a game at before the current tenant played there, especially some of the World Cup stadiums for internationals before a K-League team moved in plus a few other grounds such as Bucheon, Changwon, Cheonan, etc., so that explains why my visit seems to pre-date the team's formation in a few cases.

I've numbered and listed them with the name of the team who currently play there in the case of the '48', and for the others it's the name of the team that played there at the time of my first visit. There's no team name for grounds that hosted random cup games or a one-off league match, etc. Some teams such as Daegu, SK and Gangwon seem to regularly play home games at more than one venue, so these are listed a, b, c, etc. On each of my trips to Cheonan Football Centre the game has been on a different pitch so I've listed them here in order visited, but I'm not convinced it's necessary to have seen matches on each of these pitches and I was happy to 'tick off' Cheonan on my first visit!

Any questions, feedback or corrections welcome...

The big list:

01 Suwon Samsung Blue Wings (Suwon World Cup Stadium)
--- Anyang Cheetahs (Anyang Stadium)
02 Bucheon 1995 (Bucheon Stadium)
--- Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma (Seongnam Stadium)
03 Chonbuk Hyundai Motors (Jeonju World Cup Stadium)
04 GS (Seoul World Cup Stadium)
05a Daegu (Daegu World Cup Stadium)
06 Busan Transportation (Gudeok Stadium)
07 Gyeongnam (Changwon Main Stadium)
08 Pohang Steelers (Pohang Steelyard)
09 Chunnam Dragons (Gwangyang Football Stadium)
10 Daejeon Citizen (Daejeon World Cup Stadium)
--- (Gimcheon Public Stadium)
--- (Gimcheon Public Stadium Auxilliary Pitch)
--- (Namhae Public Stadium)
11a SK (Seogwipo World Cup Stadium)
12 Yongin Citizen (Yongin Public Stadium)
13 Seoul United (Hyochang Stadium)
--- Pohang Steelers (Pohang Public Stadium)
14 Busan I'cons (Busan Asiad Main Stadium)
15 Ulsan Hyundai Tigers (Ulsan Munsu World Cup Stadium)
16 Suwon City (Suwon Public Stadium)
17 Incheon United (Incheon Munhak World Cup Stadium)
--- (Masan Stadium)
18 Gwangju Sangmu Bulsajo (Gwangju World Cup Stadium)
--- (Mokdong Stadium)
--- Gimpo Kookmin Bank (Gimpo Public Stadium)
--- Seosan Citizen (Seosan Stadium)
19 Daejeon KHNP (Daejeon Hanbat Stadium)
--- Uijeongbu Hummel Korea (Uijeongbu Stadium)
--- Incheon KNR (Sungui Stadium)
--- (Gwacheon Gwanmun Sports Park)
20 Goyang Kookmin Bank (Goyang Stadium)
--- (Olympic Main Stadium)
21 Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma (Tancheon Stadium)
--- (Gwangmeong Public Stadium)
22 Ansan Hallelujah (Ansan Wa Stadium)
--- Cheonan (Oryeong Stadium)
--- Eunpyeong Cheonggu Hospital (Eunpyeong-gu Football Ground)
23 Yangju Citizen (Yangju Godeok Football Pitch)
24 Ulsan Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (Ulsan Public Stadium)
25 Cheonan City (Cheonan Public Stadium)
26 Namyangju United (Namyangju Stadium)
27 Goyang Citizen (Eoulimnuri Football Ground)
--- Nowon Hummel Korea (Nowon Madeul Stadium)
--- Asan United (Seonmun University Asan Campus)
--- Hwaseong Shinwoo Electronics (Bibong Artificial Pitch)
28 Icheon Citizen (Icheon Public Stadium)
29 Incheon Korail (Incheon Munsu World Cup Stadium Auxilliary Pitch)
30 Yesan (Yesan Public Stadium)
--- (Miryang Public Stadium)
--- (Suncheon Palma Stadium)
--- Hongcheon Idu (Hongcheon Stadium)
31 Pocheon Citizen (Pocheon Stadium)
32 Asan United (Asan Stadium)
--- Seoul United (Seoul Olympic Stadium Auxilliary Pitch)
--- (Daechi Reservoir Sports Park, Seoul)
--- (Ansan Wa Stadium Auxilliary Pitch)
--- (Namyangju Stadium Auxilliary Pitch #C)
33 Gimhae (Gimhae Stadium)
34a Cheonan (Cheonan Football Centre Artificial Pitch #1)
11b SK (Jeju Stadium)
34b Cheonan (Cheonan Football Centre Pitch #B)
34c Cheonan (Cheonan Football Centre Pitch #A)
35 Seoul Martyrs (Gangbuk Gumin Stadium)
36 Cheongju Jikji (Cheongju Stadium)
37 Gwangju Gwangsan (Honam University)
38 Gyeongju Citizen (Gyeongju Citizen Stadium)
--- Daejeon KHNP (Daejeon World Cup Stadium Auxilliary Pitch)
--- Samcheok Sinwoo Electronics (Dogye Public Stadium)
39a/40 Gangwon/Gangneung City (Gangneung Stadium)
39b/41 Gangwon/Chuncheon Citizen (Chuncheon Soram Sports Town Stadium)
--- Jeonju Ongoeul (Deokjin Exercise Park Football Ground)
42 Jeonju EM (Jeonju University)
43 Changwon (Changwon Football Centre Main Stadium)
34d Cheonan (Cheonan Football Centre Artificial Pitch #2)
--- (Seoul National University)
44 Mokpo City (Mokpo International Football Centre)
45 Chungju Hummel (Chungju Public Stadium)
--- (Incheon Seunggi Football Ground)
05b Daegu (Daegu Citizen Stadium)
46 Yongin City (Yongin Football Centre Main Stadium)
--- (Dangjin Stadium)
47 Samcheok Sinwoo Electronics (Samcheok Public Stadium)
48 Cheonnam Yeonggwang (Yeonggwang Sportium)


Former league grounds since 2002 I haven't been to (but hope to when I can find a fixture!):

Iksan Hallelujah (Iksan Stadium)
Gangneung (Gangneung World)
Daegu Powertrain (Daegu World Cup Stadium Auxilliary Pitch)
Asan (Dangjin Stadium Auxilliary Pitch)
Changwon (Changwon Stadium Auxilliary Pitch)
Jeonju Ongoeul (Jeonju Stadium)

If I've missed any (regularly used home grounds) from this list please let me know.


Other grounds I'd like to see a game at in the future:

Namhae Sports Park
Muju Stadium
Paju NFC
Mayday Stadium, Pyeongyang
Kim Il-sung Stadium, Pyeongyang


Finally, one that got away:

Dongdaemun Stadium RIP


There's bound to be some guy in Wisconsin or somewhere who's done "the 48" TWICE.
That should keep you occupied for the next decade! :albino:

Seriously though, what's (where's) next on your list?

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Re: The "48"

Postby Cyclops » Tue Oct 05, 2010 9:35 am

No plans to do anything like this any time soon, although I still have the 'missing' grounds at the bottom of the list on my radar. Your man from Wisconsin can keep his 'double 48' though!!

As mentioned above, the whole adventure was partly a result of Anyang's demise. I love travelling to different places and watching random matches, but it's a distant second to watching my own team play, so if I lived back in the UK again I'd do that. I may one day complete the 92, but I would never 'join the club' as under their rules games such as a Kent Cup final at Gillingham, Charlton v Trinidad and Tobago in a friendly, Orient v Bromley in the London Cup don't 'count' as they are not 'home league games', nor do games at places like Yeovil, Dagenham and Aldershot while they were non-league. I'm only a dozen or so short of the Scottish 42 though, so maybe that's next...

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Re: The "48"

Postby SteveW » Wed Oct 06, 2010 12:55 am

I did a quick tally today and I think I have done about 40 stadia in total which is pathetic really although it does cover at least 6 countries. Resolved to add at least 3 or 4 before the end of the year.

Incidentally, what are official rokfootball.com rules for Auxiliary pitches in the complete set?

I know I've watched official league and cup games at the Incheon and Daejeon practice pitches, are these considered part of the 'set'?

Incidentally, who is the record holder for different competitions attended? I think I have managed games in the following competitions:

SPL/Scottish Premier
Scottish Cup
Scottish League Cup
English Championship
English League One
English Conference
English FA Cup
K-League
N-League
Korean FA Cup
Korean League Cup
Chinese Super League
J-League
UEFA Cup
Europa League
European Cup Winners Cup
Asian Champions League
FIFA World Cup Qualifiers
UEFA European Championship Qualifiers
International Friendlies
Peace Cup :)
FIFA U-17 World Cup

Which I think is respectable but is no doubt about to be blown out of the water :) Note that I've never seen a live World Cup, Euro Champs, Champions League or EPL game :) Glitz and glamour is not my thing I guess.

Cheers to King Kenny for reminding me of the Peace Cup ;) and just remembered I went to the U-17 World Cup Final when it was in Glasgow.
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Re: The "48"

Postby kingkenny7 » Wed Oct 06, 2010 1:57 am

You cannae beat it! FANTASTIC!!
There's no appropriate word for this wonder. Awesome, Cyclops.

Steve W, I think the list is also great but there is one competition you've missed...


PEACE CUP

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Re: The "48"

Postby MipoFanatic » Wed Oct 06, 2010 4:19 am

Do we include non-league? If so, just off the top of my head:

English Premier League
English Conference National (tier 5)
English Isthmian League Premier Division (tier 7)
English South Midlands League Premier Division (tier 9)
English FA Cup
English Middlesex Senior Cup
A-League / United Soccer Leagues D1 / North American Soccer League
Canadian Championship
Vancouver Metro Soccer League
K-League
Korean National League
Korean FA Cup
Peace Cup
Summer Universiade
FIFA World Cup Qualifier (CONCACAF)

And surely I'm forgetting at least a half-dozen other English non-league levels that I've been to.

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Re: The "48"

Postby Rothesay Saint » Thu Oct 07, 2010 12:13 am

I'll post quickly while some of the better travelled guys are still preparing their lists. :-)

SPL and Scottish 1st division, Scottish League Cup, Challenge Cup and Scottish Cup.
English League (1 and 2), FA Cup, LDV trophy and Confrence
International friendlies, World Cup Qualifying (Asian and European) and European Championship Qualifying
K-league, N-league, K3, Korean FA Cup, League Cup, Asian Champions League
U-17 world Cup
Qatar Star League, Hong Kong Premier, Thai Premier, Chinese 1st division
MLS, Northern Ireland 1st division, ROI FA Cup.

And not forgetting football's grandest prize - the Renfrewshire Cup. :albino:
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