Korea Professional Football Federation final approval of Cheongju-Cheonan K-League 2…Expansion of 6 outsiders

From the 2023 season, six foreign players will play in the K-League 1. A total of 13 teams participate in K-League 2.

The Korea Professional Football Federation (President Kwon Oh-gap) held the 1st board of directors and regular general meeting in 2023 at the Shinmunro Soccer Hall in Jongno-gu, Seoul on the 16th, approved the membership of Chungbuk Cheongju FC and Cheonan FC, established the Finance Committee, and established the K-League Social Contribution Foundation Issues such as establishment, revision of various regulations, settlement of business for 2022, and approval of budget for 2023 were resolved.

The membership of Chungbuk Cheongju FC and Cheonan City FC was finally approved at the general meeting. Chungbuk Cheongju FC and Cheonan City FC applied for membership to the federation last year and obtained the first approval of the board of directors. As the two clubs signed up as members, the 2023 K-League 2 will be held with a total of 13 teams playing 36 games per team.

The Board of Directors decided to establish a Finance Committee to be in charge of operating the K-League financial soundness regulations that will be implemented from this year. The financial soundness system includes compliance with the break-even point in club financial management, keeping team-related expenses below 70% of the total budget, and preventing capital erosion.

In the future, the Finance Committee will review the financial data submitted by each club to check compliance and issue corrective orders. The current federation auditor and accountant Kim Chun-soo was appointed as the chairman of the finance committee.

The establishment of a foundation that will be the center of K-League social contribution activities was also decided at the board of directors. The newly established foundation will be in charge of attracting donations, supporting social contribution activities performed by federations and clubs, and conducting social contribution projects in the form of a platform in which each club can participate. Kwak Young-jin, former Vice Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism, who is currently an outside director of the federation, serves as the chairman of the foundation.

Previously, contracts for all Korean players were supposed to end on December 31st, but in the case of leases, it has been amended so that they can be terminated during the additional registration period.

Then, the leader who was suspended from business trips decided to put in place a rule that prohibits access to the locker room, press conferences, and interviews. The manager’s official press conference must be attended by an agent if the manager is on business suspension. 온라인카지노

In addition, ‘Sports Scientist’ was added to the team staff type registered with the federation, and the board of directors’ resolution in October last year to increase the K League 1 foreign player limit to ‘5 people regardless of nationality + 1 Asian quota’ was reflected in the regulations. .

At this board of directors and general meeting, the 2022 business settlement (income of about 36.72 billion won-expenditure of about 35.36 billion won) and the budget bill according to the 2023 federation business plan (about 39.57 billion won) were approved. Details of the 2022 business settlement will be announced later on the federation’s official website.

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