Name of Ground : SVĐ Yangon United Sports Complex

Capacity              : 3,500 

Address                : Insein road 11011 Yangon 

Website                :

Yangon United FC

Yangon United formed in 2009 by Tay Za, a prominent Burmese businessman, currently play their games at the Yangon United Sports Complex.  

  • 2009 Newly formed Yangon United participate in the inaugural season of the Myanmar National League finishing as runners up to Yadanarbon FC after losing in the Championship Final on penalties following a 2-2 draw.

  • 16th May 2009, Yangon United defeat Zeya Shwe Myay 4–0 in the league's first ever match.

  • 2010 and the club builds the current sports complex complete with artificial pitch.

  • 2011 sees Yangon United win both the League and Cup and qualify for the 2012 AFC Cup

  • 2012 and Yangon United win their second league title with 60 points.  In the AFC Cup, Yangon are drawn in Group G where they face Chonburi (Thailand) (H) 1-1 (A) 0-1, Citizen AA (Hong Kong) losing 1-2 both home and away and Home United (Singapore) drawing 0-0 at home and losing 1-3 away.  Yangon were to finish 4th in the group.

  • 2013 and League Champions for a third time.  In the AFC Cup Yangon make it out of Group F before losing 1-5 to East Bengal in Round of 16.

  • 2014 and the club again make the Round of 16 in the AFC Cup.  This time losing 2-9 to Indonesian side Persipura Jayapura.

  • 2015 and the club's fourth domestic league title is won. 

  • 2016 On the continental stage, after losing to Chonburi (Thailand) 2-3 (aet) in the Champions League Qualifier, Yangon finish 3rd in Group G of the AFC Cup.

  • 2018 Alongside winning their fifth Championship the club were to also reach the Zonal Semi-Finals of the AFC Cup finally going down 5-6 on aggregate to Ceres–Negros from the Philippines.  In their run to the semi-finals, Yangon were to play FLC Thanh Hóa from Vietnam's V-League winning 2-1 at home and drawing the away game 3-3.

  • 2019 and Yangon were to face another Vietnamese side in Group F of the AFC Cup.  This time it was V-League Champions Hà Nội FC.  Hà Nội FC were to win the match in Myanmar 5-2 but Yangon were to get a measure of revenge by winning the return match 1-0 in Hà Nội.

Brief History 

2019 Results

Previous Season League Positions

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