Despite the excitement of the ongoing Olympics in Tokyo, Korea's domestic K League is still busy, with six games played over the last week.
Seongnam FC reported today that seven more people have tested positive for Covid-19, taking the total number of infected people at the club to 22 — 14 players and eight coaching staff.
Seongnam FC reported on Monday that eight members of the organization — two players and six staff — have tested positive for Covid-19.
All stadiums in the greater Seoul area will close to fans on Monday as the government raises the social distancing level to the most stringent Level 4.
Gangwon FC defeated Seongnam FC 2-1 on Saturday at the Tancheon Sports Complex in Seongnam, Gyeonggi.
Ulsan Hyundai Motors stayed on top of the K league 1 table for another week after drawing with Seongnam FC on Sunday.
Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors are back up at second on the table after snatching a big 5-1 win against Seongnam FC. Only two rescheduled games — Seongnam vs. Jeonbuk and Daegu FC vs. FC Seoul were played this Sunday after five K League 1 fixtures...
The once-unbeatable Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors have fallen even further down the K League 1 table, slipping to fourth place as Daegu FC takes third, the Suwon Samsung Bluewings hold second and Ulsan Hyundai Motors top the table.
The mighty have fallen, as Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors drop to third place in the K league 1 table after taking two losses this week, with not only Ulsan Hyundai but also the Samsung Bluewings leapfrogging the long-term leader to take the top spots in...
The Suwon Samsung Bluewings, Daegu FC, Suwon FC and Incheon United picked up the only wins in the K League 1's eight fixtures over the last week, as the league continues without two teams due to ongoing quarantine measures.