The 3rd round of the 2023 Hana One Q Korea Football Association (FA) Cup, which determines the strongest team in Korean football, will be held on the 12th.
From this round, 8 K-League 1 teams, excluding the 4 teams participating in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League, are expected to join the competition.
The 16 teams that won in the last round will also try to advance to the next round, the Round of 16.
In the second round of the FA Cup, the rebellion of the lower teams was not very noticeable.
In the confrontation between the K League 2 team and the semi-pro (K3/K4) teams, all the K League 2 teams won, and only the Changwon City Hall soccer team of the K3 League, the Siheung Citizen soccer team, and the Paju Citizen soccer team beat the teams of the same league or the K4 League and finished 3rd. advanced to the round.메이저놀이터
The only two teams from the K4 League were the Geoje Citizens Soccer Team, which defeated Hansuwon (K3) in Gyeongju after a penalty shootout, and the Dangjin Citizens Soccer Team, which defeated Busan Transportation Corporation (K3) 2-0.
In the third round, attention is paid to whether the rebellion of the ‘underdogs’ will continue as more formidable opponents wait.
Geoje Citizen Soccer Team will meet Daejeon Hana Citizen, a K-League 1 promoted team, at Daejeon World Cup Stadium at 7:00 pm.
The opponent of Dangjin Citizens Soccer Team, the 1st place in the K4 League, is the Paju Citizens Soccer Team, and competes at the Paju Stadium at 7:00 pm.
A number of matchups between K League 2 teams and K League 1 teams have also been completed.
Daegu FC, 8th in the K League 1, Cheonan City FC, the bottom in the K League 2, and Gwangju FC, the K League 1 promoted team, invite Busan I-Park, which is running an undefeated march (3 wins, 2 draws) in the K League 2, to their home.
Gimpo FC, which is in its second year of K League 2, clashes with FC Seoul.
Gimpo is also undefeated in the league with 2 wins and 3 draws, and the momentum is good, with foreign player Luis, who was recruited ahead of this season, contributing his share with 4 goals in 5 games.
Seoul, which is competing for the top spot in the K-League 1, won a complete 3-0 victory over Daegu in the previous regular league match, and Hwang Ui-jo also fired a return shot to raise the mood.
Some teams are trying to seize a chance to bounce back through the FA Cup.
The 12th-place Suwon Samsung (2 draws, 4 losses), who have not won a win since the opening of the K League 1, aim for their first official victory this season against the K League 2 Ansan Greeners.
Suwon, who is suffering from sluggishness despite the struggles of transfer students Acosti and Kim Kyung-joong (2 goals above), seeks to stabilize the balance of offense and offense.
In particular, Suwon is desperate for victory, facing strong protests from fans such as ‘blocking the bus’ and ‘cheering boycott’ at the beginning of the season.
Gangwon FC, which has not yet won a win by ranking 11th in K League 1 (3 draws and 3 losses), was also scheduled to aim for its first win against Chungbuk Cheongju in K League 2 at Gangneung Sports Complex, but the match between the two teams was postponed due to a forest fire in Gangneung. done.
The match schedule will be confirmed at a later date.