Haiphong Football Club
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|Full name||Haiphong Football Club|
|Nickname(s)||Đội bóng đất Cảng (The Portland team)|
Đội bóng thành phố Hoa Phượng Đỏ (The team of Flamboyant City)
Thuỷ Triều Đỏ (The Red Tide)
|Ground||Lạch Tray Stadium|
|Chairman||Trần Mạnh Hùng|
|Manager||Phạm Anh Tuấn|
|2020||V.League 1, 12th|
Haiphong Football Club (Vietnamese: Câu lạc bộ Bóng đá Hải Phòng), simply known as Haiphong is a Vietnamese professional football club based in Haiphong.This is one of the most traditional teams in the V.League. They are now playing in V.League 1. The team is currently playing at Lạch Tray Stadium.
The predecessor of the club is considered to have originated from the Hai Phong Police Football Team. This is the only team of the city "red phoenix flowers" survived after the subsidy was removed while a series of other strong port city dissolved as Hai Phong Power, Hai Phong Port, or Previously Hai Phong Cement.
After the 2001–02 season, when again to play in the First Division, found no longer suitable for the new professional football was built in Vietnam, Hai Phong Police Department has decided to transfer the team. About the Sports Department of Hai Phong City. In the early years under the management of the Department of Sports and Recreation, the leadership selected the model combined with a business sponsor, the team in turn named pair with Vietnam Australia, Mitsustar Haier and Van Hoa. But this model is not very successful, the team continues to swing between professional and first-class.
On 16 October 2007, Hai Phong Department of Physical Training and Sports assigned Hai Phong Cement Company to manage and operate. The club was renamed Haiphong Cement, causing a slight confusion with a company of the same name that existed before the company during the subsidy period.
After being transferred to Hai Phong Cement Management, the club immediately competed in the first season back to the V-League and won third place in the National Football Championship five 2008 under the direction of coach Vuong Tien Dung. In the following season, the team marked two milestones for the development of Vietnamese football as it succeeded in signing Brazilian former World Cup 2002 winner Denílson to compete for the title. team in the second phase V-League 2009. This is the most famous player in the competition in Vietnam up to that time. The second is Hai Phong football fan club officially became the first fan club of Vietnam was established by the decision of the People's Committee of the city, has the legal status, seal and account private.
Beginning in the 2011 V-League season, Haiphong Cement was renamed Vicem Hai Phong by the club with the new sponsor of the Vietnam Cement Industry Corporation.
At the end of the 2012 V-League season, the team was worse at the bottom of the table, having to play in the First Division of the 2013 season. However, the team bought back the Khanh Hoa Football Club V-League should continue to play in V-League 2013.
In 2014, the host unit Vicem paid the club back to the city, the team changed its name to Hai Phong Football Club. Despite the lack of financial strength as the cement season, the team has a better result than before: the 2014 national cup champion, by 2015 had the time leading the V-League rankings.
In 2016, Hai Phong club, although not highly regarded, has led the V League for most of the season. Notably, the series won seven consecutive games in the first seven rounds of the tournament. Unfortunately, due to shortness of breath in the last rounds. Hanoi T&T won the championship with a regrettable score and lost only the secondary. Anyhow, the club has a successful season beyond expectations.
In 2017, the team was stable and finished in seventh place overall
In 2018, the team sometimes participated in the race for the championship, but at the end of the season, the team could not maintain stability when it reached the 6th place. This is the last season for the Vietnamese team goalkeeper Dang Van Lam for the club and he helped the club receive the fewest goals conceded with 26 goals. He then moved to Thailand to play for Muangthong United Club
In 2019, the team finished in 12th place overall. This is a successful debut season for young goalkeeper Nguyen Van Toan for the club when he was summoned to the Vietnam team to attend the King's Cup 2019 in Thailand and was called up to the U23 Vietnam team to attend the Sea Games 30 in the Philippines and won the men's gold medal in men's soccer overall. This is also the last season of coach Truong Viet Hoang to lead the club after 5 years of attachment and many of the team's emperors departed, most notably the Jamaican foreign couple Andre Fagan and Jermie Lynch for Than Quang Ninh
In 2020, the team will launch coach Pham Anh Tuan from Song Lam Nghe An club and outstanding Vietnamese player Martin Lo from Pho Hien FC. This promises to be a season worth waiting for the team.
- Haiphong Police (1952–2002)
- Haiphong Vietnam - Australia steel (2002–2004)
- Mitsustar Haiphong (2005)
- Mitsustar Haier Haiphong (2006)
- Van Hoa Hai Phong (2007)
- Haiphong Cement (2008–2010)
- Vicem Haiphong (2011–2012)
- Cement Vicem Haiphong (2013)
- Haiphong Football Club (2014–present)
The Lạch Tray Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Hai Phong, Vietnam. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Hải Phòng F.C. of the V.League 1. The stadium holds 30,000 spectators.
Costume and clothing sponsorship
- 2016–2018 : Mitre
- 2019-2020 : Jogarbola
- Winners (11) :1957,1959,1960,1961,1963,1965,1966,1967,1968, 1970,1988.
- Runners-up : 1992, 2010, 2016
- V.League 2:
- Winners : 1995,2003
- Runners-up : 2007
- Winners : 1995, 2014
- Runners-up : 2005
- Winners : 2005
Performance in AFC competitions
- Asian Cup Winners' Cup: 1 appearance
- 1996–97: Second round
|1996–97||Asian Cup Winners' Cup||First round||Lam Pak||(w/o)1|
|Second round||Nagoya Grampus Eight||1–1||0–3|
1 Lam Pak withdrew before 1st leg
Record as V.League 1 member
|2019 V.League 1||26||8||6||12||33||44||-11||30||12th|
|2018 V.League 1||26||9||7||10||26||26||0||34||6th|
|2017 V.League 1||26||11||5||10||35||33||+2||38||7th|
|2016 V.League 1||26||15||5||6||47||32||+15||50||2nd|
|2015 V.League 1||26||11||8||7||31||28||+3||41||6th|
|2014 V.League 1||22||5||6||11||16||27||−11||21||10th|
|2013 V.League 1||20||7||5||8||39||28||+11||26||6th|
As of 17 January 2021
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Head coach history
Head coaches by Years (2013–present)
|Hoàng Anh Tuấn||2013–14|
|Dylan Kerr||2014||2014 Vietnamese Cup – Winners|
|Trương Việt Hoàng||2014–2019||2016 V.League 1 – Runners-up|
|Phạm Anh Tuấn||2020|
Other head coach
- ????-2004: Trần Văn Phúc
- 2005-2005: Luis Alberto
- 2007-2007: Laszlo Kleber
- 2007-2007: Luis Alberto
- 2007-2008: Vương Tiến Dũng
- 2008-2009: Alfred Riedl
- 2009-2009: Đinh Thế Nam
- 2009-2011: Vương Tiến Dũng
- 2011-2012: Nguyễn Đình Hưng
- 2012-2012: Lê Thụy Hải