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Thailandia - 2ª Divisione 01/15 12:00 19 [10] Chiang Mai FC v Kasetsart FC [11] W 2-0
Thailandia - Coppa di Lega 01/12 11:00 - Chiang Mai FC v Chonburi L 0-1
Thailandia - 2ª Divisione 01/09 12:00 18 [12] Chiang Mai FC v Raj Pracha [17] D 0-0
Thailandia - 2ª Divisione 12/08 11:00 12 [13] Chiang Mai FC v Phrae United [7] W 1-0
Thailandia - 2ª Divisione 12/05 12:00 17 [3] Udon Thani FC v Chiang Mai FC [12] L 3-1
Thailandia - 2ª Divisione 12/01 11:00 11 [14] Muangkan Utd v Chiang Mai FC [11] L 2-1
Thailandia - 2ª Divisione 11/28 12:00 16 [14] Chiang Mai FC v Nakhon Pathom FC [15] W 1-0
Thailandia - Coppa di Lega 11/24 08:00 - Marines Eureka FC v Chiang Mai FC W 2-8
Thailandia - 2ª Divisione 11/21 11:00 15 [18] Royal Thai Navy v Chiang Mai FC [14] W 1-3
Thailandia - 2ª Divisione 11/17 12:00 14 [1] Trat FC v Chiang Mai FC [13] L 3-1
Thailandia - 2ª Divisione 11/14 12:00 13 [5] Lampang FC v Chiang Mai FC [13] L 1-0
Thailandia - 2ª Divisione 11/06 12:00 12 Chiang Mai FC v Phrae United - PPT.

Stat.

 TotalIn casaFuori casa
Partite disputate 39 18 21
Wins 15 10 5
Draws 8 2 6
Losses 16 6 10
Goals for 56 27 29
Goals against 56 21 35
Clean sheets 13 8 5
Failed to score 8 2 6

Wikipedia - Chiangmai F.C.

Chiangmai Football Club (Thai สโมสรฟุตบอลจังหวัดเชียงใหม่) formerly known as “Chiangmai United F.C.” is a Thai professional Association football club based in Chiang Mai Province, a province located in the northern part of Thailand. The club plays in Thai League 2. Their main home ground at 700th Anniversary Stadium.

History

Based on the website Thai-Fussball.com, Chiangmai Football Club was founded in 1999 and played in Thailand Provincial League until 2007.

In 2009 the club was restructured. They were given a new badge, new management, new nickname "Lanna Tigers" the club finished 9th in the Regional League Northern Region just to win it a year later. It qualified Chiang Mai Football Club to participate in the play-offs which they mastered successfully.

But the first-ever adventure in the Thai Division 1 League in 2011 lasted only one season. It took the side two years to bounce back. However, a second period was in limbo when club president Udonpan Jantaraviroj announced to withdraw the club and his support in the second tier. After lengthy discussions and fan protests he agreed to move on but at the end of 2016, he decides to quit the club after he managed Chiangmai Football Club for a long time.