Gombak United FC

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Gombak United FC
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Full nameGombak United Football Club
Nickname(s)The Bulls
Founded1960
Dissolved2012
GroundJurong West Stadium
Jurong West, Singapore
Capacity3,200
Former club logo

Not to be confused with Gombe United FC.

Gombak United Football Club was a professional football club which played in Singapore's S.League.

History[edit]

Prior to joining the S.League, the club was known as Redhill Rangers FC.

From 1998 to 2002, the club played their S.League home games at the Bukit Gombak Stadium before pulling out of the S.League at the end of the 2002 season due to financial difficulties.

Gombak United rejoined the S.League in 2006 and moved their home games to Jurong West Stadium, but pulled out of the S.League again during the 2013 season after seven seasons due to reduced takings; the club has indicated its intentions to rejoin the Singapore Premier League in 2019.

Seasons[edit]

Season S.League Singapore Cup Singapore League Cup
Pos P W D L F A Pts
1998 10 20 3 4 13 25 52 13 Group stage
1999 5 22 8 8 6 35 35 32 Quarter-finals
2000 5 22 11 4 7 33 26 37 Quarter-finals
2001 10 33 8 4 21 36 72 28 Group stage
2002 12 33 2 6 25 33 83 12 Group stage
2003
2004
2005
2006 8 30 8 8 14 48 54 32 Round of 16
2007 4 33 13 9 11 54 40 48 Quarter-finals 2nd Runners-up
2008 5 33 14 10 9 47 39 54 Round of 16 Winners
2009 3 30 14 11 5 52 32 53 Round of 16 Quarter-finals
2010 6 33 12 10 11 33 25 46 Round of 16 Semi-finals
2011 6 33 14 6 13 43 41 48 Quarter-finals Quarter-finals
2012 9 24 7 8 9 23 29 29 2nd Runners-up Quarter-finals
2013
2014
  • 2003 saw the introduction of penalty shoot-outs if a match ended in a draw in regular time. Winners of penalty shoot-outs gained two points instead of one.
  • Gombak United sat out the S.League from 2003 to 2005, and for a second spell from 2013.

Last updated on 25 February 2014

Managers[edit]

Honours[edit]

Domestic[edit]

Cup

Sponsors[edit]

  • Main Sponsor: None
  • Kit Supplier: Erke

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Singapore: Swandi Ahmad Dismissed By Gombak - Goal.com". www.goal.com. Retrieved 27 December 2018.

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