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2010 Kor Royal Cup stampede
Date 20 February 2010
Place Suphachalasai Stadium
Cause Thai Port supporters unhappy with the match result
Injured 10+

The 2010 Kor Royal Cup stampede was a human crush that occurred on 20 February 2010 at Suphachalasai, a football stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.

The match, an Kor Royal Cup tie between Muangthong United and Thai Port.


Before the stampede

Koné scored with a header from Piyachart's free kick in 67th minute, this is the first goal of Koné under Muangthong United shirt after moved from Chonburi. In 81st minute Dagno Siaka scored with a header.

Thai Port's Pongpipat Kamnuan attempted to foment his fans because he think the last goal come from handball that made his fans angry and the stampede began.

The stampede

Thai Port fans felt the second goal should not have stood and started throwing firecrackers and bottles before pockets of spectators invaded the pitch and attacked Muangthong United fans and security staff.[1][2][3]

The Ultra Muangthong, who was Muangthong United supporters attempted to run away from the Thai Port's Khlong Toei Army but the Thai Port fans ceaseless the attacked and took Muangthong United's flag and shirt to fire in the field.


The actions of the Thai Port fans couldn’t have come at a worse time for the club as they prepare to host Vietnamese champions Đà Nẵng in their 2010 AFC Cup Group H opener at the Suphachalasai Stadium on 24 February.[4]

At this moment amount of injuries were ten at least, nine for Ultra Muangthong and one for Thai Port.


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