Results

Svet - priateľské zápasy klubov 01/23 08:30 - Phnom Penh Crown v Kirivong Sok Sen Chey W 3-0
Kambodžský pohár 01/21 08:30 - Tiffy Army FC v Phnom Penh Crown W 0-1
Kambodža - Premier League 11/27 08:30 25 Asia Euro United v Phnom Penh Crown - CANC
Kambodžský pohár 11/25 08:00 - Boeung Ket FC v Phnom Penh Crown L 2-0
Kambodžský pohár 11/22 11:00 - Svay Rieng FC v Phnom Penh Crown L 3-2
Kambodža - Premier League 11/19 08:30 20 [1] Phnom Penh Crown v Boeung Ket FC [4] W 1-0
Kambodžský pohár 11/16 11:00 - Phnom Penh Crown v Electricite du Cambodge W 1-0
Kambodža - Premier League 11/13 08:30 19 Visakha FC v Phnom Penh Crown D 1-1
Kambodža - Premier League 11/06 08:30 22 Electricite du Cambodge v Phnom Penh Crown - CANC
Kambodža - Premier League 10/30 08:30 21 Svay Rieng FC v Phnom Penh Crown - CANC
Kambodža - Premier League 10/23 08:30 20 Phnom Penh Crown v National Police Commissary - CANC
Kambodža - Premier League 10/16 08:30 19 Tiffy Army FC v Phnom Penh Crown - CANC

Štatistika

 TotalDomáciHostia
Matches played 25 12 13
Wins 18 8 10
Draws 5 4 1
Losses 2 0 2
Goals for 66 34 32
Goals against 22 10 12
Clean sheets 10 6 4
Failed to score 1 0 1

Wikipedia - Phnom Penh Crown FC

Phnom Penh Crown Football Club (Khmer: ក្លឹបបាល់ទាត់ភ្នំពេញក្រោន) is a football club from Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Formerly the team were called Samart United, Hello United, Phnom Penh United and Phnom Penh Empire before establishing their current name, Phnom Penh Crown FC in 2009. The club has won 7 Cambodian League titles and 2 Hun Sen cups.

History

Samart United was founded in 2001, sponsored by Samart. Just one year later, the club won their first Cambodian League title. A change in sponsor, in 2005, led to a change of name to Hello United and then, in 2006, to Phnom Penh United. In 2007 Phnom Penh United merged with Khmer Empire to become Phnom Penh Empire. The new club became the first Cambodian team to complete the domestic double, winning the league and Hun Sen Cup in 2008.

The following year a final name change to Phnom Penh Crown occurred, with sponsorship from Crown Casino. On the field, the team retained the Hun Sen Cup in 2009. The club dominated the Cambodian league in the subsequent seasons, winning the title in 2010, 2011, 2014 and 2015.

Their most recent league title was in 2015, defeating Nagaworld in the final on penalties, to win back to back titles for the second time.