936 Players Registered in the K-League this Year

936 Players Registered in the K-League this Year… 10 ‘High School Students’ Semi-Professionals

The Korea Professional Football League announced on the 11th that 936 players had registered

as a result of closing the regular registration of Hana Bank K-League 2024 players.

As of the deadline on the 8th, 489 players in K League 1 and 447 players in K League 2 (second division) were registered. 카지노

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The number of registered players increased by 11 from last year’s regular registration of 925.

Among the 936 players, 834 are domestic players and 102 are foreign players.

The average number of players for the 12 clubs in K League 1 is 40.7.

The 13 teams in K League 2 have 34.3 players.

K League 1 Jeonbuk Hyundai had the most with 49,

and K League 2 Chungbuk Cheongju had the fewest with 29.

There are a total of 280 players under the age of 22 (U-22) (169 in K League 1 and 111 in K League 2), an increase of 3 compared to last year.

In K-League 1, Daegu had the most U-22 players,

with 25, and in K-League 2, Asan, South Chungcheong Province had 15.

The number of youth players was 317 (172 in K League 1 and 145 in K League 2),

a decrease of 8 from the previous year.

The team with the most youth players is Suwon,

with 19 out of 44 players going through its own youth system.

The ‘high school K Leaguers’ who are challenging the professional stage through semi-professional contracts are Myeong-jun Kim (Pohang),

Min-hyuk Yang (Gangwon), Min-woo Kang (Ulsan), Do-young Yoon (Daejeon),

Jong-hyun Ko, Seong-hoon Kwak, Seong-ju Kim, Hyun-seop Lim, Seung-soo Park (above Suwon),

There are a total of 10 people, including Jang Seok-hoon (E-Land).

The additional player registration period during the season will be approximately 5 weeks from June 20th to July 31st.

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