King Sue Ham FC

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King Sue Ham FC is a Hattrick football club from Manila, Pilipinas. The club was formed on the October 18, 2010 and was originally known as King Sue Ham AFC before changing its name to King Sue Ham FC during its first mid-season break to reflect the changes in ownership. King Sue Ham FC is managed by maya_arms who is also the current U-20 GK scout of the Philippines. The Club finished 4th on its inaugural season on Div III.14 after taking over the team near the end of the season. It finished 2nd place on its first five full season on Div III.14. On season 40, the club debuted on Liga Pilipinas and winning its maiden game against Wiser4Media FC 6-1 with Florencio 'Lightning Bolt' Limpot scoring the first ever goal of King Sue Ham FC on the top flight

King Sue Ham FC (714417)
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Managed By:

maya_arms
Location: Manila,  Pilipinas
Founded: 2010-10-18
Ground: Adobe Pit Arena
Capacity: 70,000
Fan Club: Adobo Flakes
Highest Ranking: Top 1
Coach Portugal Alcino Esteves Correia

Home Kit:
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Away Kit:
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History[edit]

King Sue Ham FC is a football team from Kalookan City. The club was founded with the same name King Sue Ham FC, and initially joined the lowest level of professional football on 2007. While spending most of their time in the lower divisions, The club initially focused on training defending during its entire existence on the league. King Sue Ham FC played their home games at the Adobe Pit Arena, The team and arena is owned and controlled by King Sue Ham and Sausages Company. The ground and stands are geographically inside Kalookan City with only a few blocks to the border of Manila, the country's Capital. The club's raison d'etre is to provide its workers, relatives and its immediate community with an alternative entertainment as well as an avenue to promote its stature in the community.

Following repeated financial and personnel problems during its first 4 season, which also affected many of their fixtures, the club was served with a winding-up order by the Bureau of Internal Revenue in early 2008. The club was put up for sale, suspended from the Pilipinas Football League Div. IV for breaches of league rules, and later expelled from the league in mid-2010. After 2 years of absence, the team was finally reactivated by the company and was granted permission to compete in the Pilipinas Football League Div.III. The club still play their home games at the Adobe Pit Arena and is now owned by a consortium of King Sue Ham Company, the local city government of Kalookan and its supporters trust club. Now with lessons learned from its initial formation, the ownership group is quite confident that it now has the technical ability to run the football club and plans to carry it to how far as its ambitions can go.

The Cup[edit]

KSHFC's best Cup-run to date is reaching the seventh round of the Philippine Football Federation Cup in season 40, losing against FC Robotongue to a 6-4 scoreline.

The Adobo Flakes[edit]

KSHFC's supporters are called The Adobo Flakes, all supporters club members are automatically members of the Hamsters Supporters Trust Club where it is involved in all the major decisions of running the club. They are usually heard singing the club's anthem in their alloted section behind the north and south goalpost at The Adobe Pit Arena. The Adobo Flakes has a maximum of 2,562 members as of the moment.

Stadium[edit]

The Adobe Pit Arena is a newly built state of the art arena which has a 70,000 capacity stadium located at West Grace Park, District 2, Kalookan City. The pitch has seen numerous renovation starting from it's initial capacity of 12000 to meet increasing ticket demands.

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The home kit of the club was designed by master designer naldm13 of Club Orange Wildcards in the Pilipinas Football League Div. III.13. It is inspired by the Philippine flag. the color pattern of Red and Blue is upright, the is sun half rising in the chest, and the 3 stars is posted on the left and right shoulders and lower abdomen of the kit. The away kit of the club is predominantly white in pattern with the same position of the sun half rising and same position of the 3 stars.

The current team logo is made with an upright shield inspiration. This was the official team logo since the original team's inception in 2007.

A new team logo is currently being used in celebration of the 1st year anniversary of the reactivation of the team.

Sponsors[edit]

The Club is sponsored by the great manager of Pittem Pirates of Belgium, Da_Maximus, the manager of Team on the Green of Switzerland, plasmide, the manager of Eastside Rockers, mcpunk, and the manager of Leko777 of Belgium, Triple7. All whose support is very invaluable for the growth of King Sue Ham FC.

Rivals[edit]

King Sue Ham FC had a long-running rivalry with 911's dating back to its 1st season together. The clubs were just 1 mile apart and has been debry rivals ever since the revival of the club. King Sue Ham FC edged the cross-town manila derby rivals with 3 victories, 2 loss and 1 draw against 911's 2 win, 3 loss and 1 draw in all official Football League meetings. There is also a growing rivalry with perinatal division leaders Virac Islanders, however, the club has yet to win a game against them in 5 outings and as since season 31, has been promoted to Div II. It now has a chance to renew its rivalry as King Sue Ham FC has finally reached Liga Pilipinas wherein Virac Islanders is the current champions.

League History[edit]

Best ever position: #1 in Liga Pilipinas

. 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38
II - - - - - - - 2 2 1 5
III 4 2 2 2 2 2 1 - - -
  • 20-11-2010 King Sue Ham AFC finished as number 4 in III.14 season 28.
  • 12-03-2011 King Sue Ham FC finished as number 2 in III.14 season 29.
  • 02-07-2011 King Sue Ham FC finished as number 2 in III.14 season 30.
  • 22-10-2011 King Sue Ham FC finished as number 2 in III.14 season 31.
  • 11-02-2012 King Sue Ham FC finished as number 2 in III.14 season 32.
  • 02-06-2012 King Sue Ham FC finished as number 2 in III.14 season 33.
  • 22-09-2012 King Sue Ham FC finished as number 1 in III.14 season 34.
  • 12-01-2013 King Sue Ham FC finished as number 2 in II.4 season 35.
  • 04-05-2013 King Sue Ham FC finished as number 2 in II.4 season 36.
  • 24-08-2013 King Sue Ham FC finished as number 1 in II.4 season 37.
  • 14-12-2013 King Sue Ham FC finished as number 5 in II.4 season 38.
  • 05-04-2014 King Sue Ham FC finished as number 3 in II.4 season 39.
  • 26-07-2014 King Sue Ham FC finished as number 1 in II.4 season 40.

Cup History[edit]

  • 15-12-2010 The team was knocked out of the cup in round 3 of season 29.
  • 06-04-2011 The team was knocked out of the cup in round 3 of season 30.
  • 03-08-2011 The team was knocked out of the cup in round 4 of season 31.
  • 23-11-2011 The team was knocked out of the cup in round 4 of season 32.
  • 14-03-2012 The team was knocked out of the cup in round 4 of season 33.
  • 04-07-2012 The team was knocked out of the cup in round 4 of season 34.
  • 31-10-2012 The team was knocked out of the cup in round 5 of season 35.
  • 06-03-2013 The team was knocked out of the cup in round 7 of season 36.
  • 05-06-2013 The team was knocked out of the cup in round 4 of season 37.
  • 11-09-2013 The team was knocked out of the cup in round 2 of season 38.
  • 29-01-2014 The team was knocked out of the cup in round 6 of season 39.
  • 28-05-2014 The team was knocked out of the cup in round 7 of season 40.

Golden Boots[edit]

Goldenboot III.gif Pilipinas Brian Reynes (328191851), Became top scorer of III.14 (Pilipinas) for season 34 with 12 goals.

Historical Standings[edit]

King Sue Ham FC is the most successful club of Div III.14 garnering an astounding 223 points from only 88 league games played. King Sue Ham FC is the 5th most successful club of Div II.4 garnering an astounding 120 points from only 58 league games played.

Season 31 Team[edit]

Players[edit]

Player Number Acquired Place of Birth
GK Pilipinas Mark Itaas 1 23-07-2011 Pilipinas Manila, Philippines
Player Number Acquired Place of Birth
WB Pilipinas John Ray Bayle 13 04-08-2011 Pilipinas Zamboanga, Philippines
WB Deutschland Raimund Mangartz 4 04-08-2012 Deutschland Düsseldorf, Germany
WB Pilipinas Rodolfo de Ocampo 2 04-11-2011 Pilipinas Cotabato, Philippines
Player Number Acquired Place of Birth
DEF Italia Fabio Ianni 3 21-07-2012 Italia Veneto, Italy
DEF Pilipinas Ronnie Gotera 22 25-03-2012 Pilipinas Aklan, Philippines
Player Number Acquired Place of Birth
WI Italia Doriano Faoro 7 21-07-2012 Italia Sardegna, Italy
WI Pilipinas Emigdio Dava 11 18-10-2011 Pilipinas Cebu, Philippines
WI Pilipinas Lucky Severino 17 03-08-2011 Pilipinas Manila, Philippines
Player Number Acquired Place of Birth
IM Pilipinas Edwin Bustamante Captain sports.png 8 21-10-2011 Pilipinas Manila, Philippines
IM Italia Giuseppe Sergi 6 28-07-2012 Italia Roma, Italy
IM Pilipinas Onyok Urbano 18 05-09-2011 Pilipinas Iloilo, Philippines
IM Pilipinas Reuben Gorriceta 19 28-03-2012 Pilipinas Bulacan, Philippines
IM Belgium Thibaut Schols 5 21-07-2012 Belgium West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Player Number Acquired Place of Birth
FW Pilipinas Bonciano Ranada 10 23-01-2011 Pilipinas Manila, Philippines
FW Pilipinas Brian Reynes 31 28-05-2012 Pilipinas La Union, Philippines
FW Pilipinas Florencio Limpot 9 28-05-2012 Pilipinas La Union, Philippines

Coach[edit]

Player Number Acquired Place of Birth
C Portugal Alcino Esteves Correia 98 29-06-2012 Portugal Évora, Portugal
C Česká republika Luděk Káňa 99 04-02-2011 Česká republika Plzeňský kraj, Czech Republic

Youth Team[edit]

Overview[edit]

Sausage King YFC is the youth team of King Sue Ham FC. The club maintains a Youth Academy to foster and nurture the growth of future players. Several players have already graduated from the academy, while most of them had the fortune of developing their talents elsewhere, a few has stayed behind. It is the hope of the club that they will come back soon. Some of the products of the YA were Joserey Gabrillo, Renante Porter and Romel Tengco who are now in different parts of the world, while Mark Itaas, the star keeper of the Sausage King FC, is now part of the senior squad.

The youth team plays their home games at the Tandang Sora Park. It is coached by Luduvico Handog.

Players To Watch[edit]

Mark Itaas is the current Pilipinas U-20 Keeper. straight from the Hamsters Acadamy, Mark Itaas has shown promise early on in his football career. He was promoted at 17 years old in the senior squad and has been the stating GK of the Hamsters ever since. He is very intelligent between the sticks and he continues to improve tremendously with continued exposure in international competitions.

It is also interesting to note that 2 other youth academy passed over him before being recruited for the Sausage King YFC.

Future Plans[edit]

The club hopes to stay in the Div III of the Philipinas Football League for 5 consecutive seasons and then make a push for promotions. At that time, the club hopes to have a 50000 seating capacity stadium (at the Adobe Pit Arena), have at least 5 home-grown players in the starting lineup and secured a player with international cap experience.