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Established
1983 (41 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Ulsan Munsu Football Stadium
(44,102 Capacity)

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Location
Ok-dong, Nam-gu, Ulsan

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Competitions
South Korean K League 1
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Results
21/02 Ventforet Ko 1 - 2 Ulsan Hyunda
15/02 Ulsan Hyunda 3 - 0 Ventforet Ko
12/12 Ulsan Hyunda 2 - 2 Kawasaki Fro
03/12 Ulsan Hyunda 1 - 0 Jeonbuk Hyun
28/11 BG Pathum Un 1 - 3 Ulsan Hyunda

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Ulsan HD FC (Korean: 울산 HD FC), formerly Ulsan Hyundai FC, is a South Korean professional football club based in Ulsan that competes in the K League 1, the top tier of South Korean football. Founded in 1983 as Hyundai Horang-i, they joined the K League in 1984. Their home ground is Ulsan Munsu Football Stadium. The club is owned by HD Hyundai Heavy Industries.

Ulsan HD have won the league title four times, most recently in 2023, and the Korean FA Cup once, in 2017. At international level, they have won the AFC Champions League twice, in 2012 and 2020.

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Stadium or Home

The Ulsan Munsu Stadium, nicknamed Big Crown Stadium, is a stadium in Ulsan in South Korea. It is home to the Ulsan Hyundai FC.

The stadium was built from 18 December 1998 to 28 April 2001 and its total cost was 151.4 billion won (US$116.5 million).

Located in a major industrial city, the Ulsan Munsu football Stadium contains both mechanical and environment-friendly imagery. The overall shape of the stadium is in the shape of skull crown that symbolizes Silla and Bangudae Petroglyphs. The stadium has three floors and 2 basement floors and a seating capacity of 44,102. There is also an auxiliary stadium with 2,590 seats. Next to the stadium is Munsu Park with a lake, a fountain and bicycle courses, lakeside square. It replaced Ulsan Complex Stadium. The venue hosted several 2002 FIFA World Cup matches.

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