‘It’s clear up top and clear down below,’ Daegu FC B secures promotion to the K3 League next season.
Daegu FC B drew 1-1 with Jeonbuk Hyundai B in the final 34th round of the 2023 K4 League at 2 p.m. on the 11th at Wanju-gun Public Stadium.
It was a repeat of the match between Daegu and Gwangju in the final round of the K League 1, where the teams conceded an early goal and immediately responded with an equalizer to earn a draw. Jeonbuk conceded the first goal to Hapa Silva in the 9th minute, but Jeonbuk scored an own goal in the 28th minute to make it 1-1. Despite their fierce efforts to score an additional goal, the game ended 1-1 after a fierce battle.토토사이트
With one valuable point, Daegu FC B finished second in the K4 League with 55 points (16 wins, 7 draws, and 7 losses). According to the 2023 K4 League competition rules, the final first and second place teams in the regular season will be automatically promoted to the K3 League. Next year, Daegu FC B will compete in the K3 League instead of the K4 League, becoming the first professional B team to enter the K3 League.
Daegu, whose young guns such as Ko Jae-hyun, Hwang Jae-won, Park Se-jin, Jang Jang-won, and Cho Jin-woo are shining, is leading the vibrancy of the division system through the revitalization of the B team, and leading it to the competitiveness of the team and the competitiveness of the K League. The team first participated in the K4 League in 2022 as ‘Daegu FC B’ and has been providing ample practical experience to help young players grow. Players who showed good skills without losing their sense of the game through the K4 League have made their mark in the K League 1 based on this, and players who are rehabilitating or out of form have regained their confidence and improved their performance through the K4 League, creating a virtuous cycle. Daegu FC B finished as the league runner-up in its second year of participation and achieved a meaningful result of being promoted to the K3 League next year. The Daegu club said, “We are pleased to have achieved promotion after only two years of running the B team. We plan to utilize the color of a young and strong team to develop prospects and strengthen team competitiveness. We will strive to make sure that Daegu FC B shows good performance in the K3 League next year.”
Meanwhile, Daegu, which finished the K4 League as runners-up, is still in the final round of the Hana OneQ K League 1. After two consecutive losses against Ulsan and Jeonbuk, Daegu turned things around with a 1-1 draw against Gwangju, and will host Pohang at 4:30 p.m. on the 25th, followed by a home match against Incheon at 2 p.m. on the 3rd of next month for the final round of the league.