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Bangkok Glass Football Club



Yanmar to Become an Official Top Partner of Bangkok Glass Football Club

Yanmar has announced its sponsorship of Bangkok Glass, a professional football club in the Thai Premier League and winner of the 2014 Thaicom Foundation Championship. In its new capacity as an Official Top Partner of Bangkok Glass FC, Yanmar will support the Glass Rabbits from the 2015-2016 season, contributing to the further development of the team. Yanmar has long supported Thailand's industry, supplying agricultural and construction machinery, and diesel engines for a wide range of industrial machinery to the region since the 1970's. With a view to promoting and developing football in the Asia region, Yanmar, and Official Global Sponsor of Manchester United, has a longstanding partnership with the AFC Champions League, and shares with all the peoples of Asia the in the thrill of the beautiful game. Yanmar is confident that this partnership will further promote the company's presence and activities in the region, and is looking forward to achieving great things together in the future.

Press release

Bangkok Glass Football Club

Bangkok Glass was founded in 1979, with the company football team contributing to employee morale and competing regularly against other companies. In 1999 the club was formally founded, with its own facilities and stadium, and inaugurated as Bangkok Glass Football Club in 2006. The club's home ground, Leo Stadium, was recognized as a Class A international stadium by the AFC in 2011.




Results

  • 2015 Preliminary Round AFC Champions League
  • 2014 Winner of the THAICOM FA CUP
  • 2013 5th place in Toyota Thai Premier League
  • 2011 5th place in Thai Premier League
  • 2010 Winner of the Queen's Cup
  • 2010 Winner of the RHB Singapore Cup
  • 2009 Winner of the Super Cup

Leo Stadium

With a host of modern facilities and a seating capacity of 13,000, Leo Stadium is located north of Bangkok in the town of Thanyaburi.

Bangkok glass official site

Thai Premier League official site