Fixtures

DateRHazai vs Vendég-
05/22 07:30 14 Daegu FC vs Gangwon FC View
05/22 07:30 14 Jeju United vs Suwon Bluewings View
05/22 10:00 14 Suwon FC vs Jeonbuk Motors View
05/28 07:30 15 FC Seoul vs Gimcheon Sangmu FC View
05/28 10:00 15 Jeonbuk Motors vs Jeju United View
05/28 10:00 15 Suwon FC vs Ulsan Hyundai View
05/29 07:30 15 Incheon Utd vs Seongnam FC View
05/29 10:00 15 Daegu FC vs Pohang Steelers View
05/29 10:00 15 Gangwon FC vs Suwon Bluewings View
06/17 10:00 16 Gimcheon Sangmu FC vs Suwon FC View
06/17 10:30 16 Pohang Steelers vs Gangwon FC View
06/18 09:00 16 Jeju United vs Incheon Utd View

Results

Date R Hazai vs Vendég -
05/21 10:00 14 [7] Gimcheon Sangmu FC vs Ulsan Hyundai [1] 0-2
05/21 09:00 14 [5] Pohang Steelers vs Incheon Utd [4] 2-0
05/21 07:30 14 [6] FC Seoul vs Seongnam FC [12] 0-1
05/18 10:30 13 [11] Gangwon FC vs FC Seoul [6] 1-0
05/18 10:30 13 [12] Seongnam FC vs Suwon FC [10] 2-2
05/18 10:00 13 [1] Ulsan Hyundai vs Jeju United [2] 1-0
05/18 10:00 13 [4] Pohang Steelers vs Jeonbuk Motors [5] 0-1
05/17 10:30 13 [3] Incheon Utd vs Daegu FC [8] 2-2
05/17 10:00 13 [9] Suwon Bluewings vs Gimcheon Sangmu FC [7] 2-1
05/15 10:00 12 [7] FC Seoul vs Pohang Steelers [4] 1-0
05/15 07:30 12 [5] Jeonbuk Motors vs Gangwon FC [11] 1-1
05/15 05:20 12 [10] Suwon FC vs Jeju United [4] 1-3

Wikipedia - K League 1

The K League 1 (Hangul: K리그1) is the men's top professional football division of the South Korean football league system. The league is contested by twelve clubs.

History

The South Korean professional football league was founded in 1983 as the "Korean Super League", with five member clubs. The initial five clubs were Hallelujah FC, Yukong Elephants, Pohang Steelworks, Daewoo Royals, Kookmin Bank. Hallelujah FC won the inaugural title, finishing one point ahead of Daewoo Royals to lift the crown.

The Super League was renamed the "Korean Professional Football League", and introduced the home and away system in 1987. It was once again renamed the "K League" in 1998. It had the current format by abolishing the K League Championship and the Korean League Cup after the 2011 season, and being split into two divisions in 2013. The first division was named the "K League Classic" while the newly created second division was named the "K League Challenge" and both are now part of the K League structure. Since its creation, the league has expanded from an initial 5 to 22 clubs. Of the five inaugural clubs, only Yukong, Pohang and Daewoo still compete in the K League; Kookmin Bank dropped out of the league at the end of 1984, and Hallelujah followed the season after.

On 22 January 2018 the official name was changed to "K League 1".