Fixtures

South Korea K3 League 10/31 07:00 28 Busan Trans Corp v Daejeon Korail - View
South Korea K3 League 11/07 11:00 29 Cheonan City v Busan Trans Corp - View
South Korea K3 League 11/13 11:00 30 Busan Trans Corp v Paju Citizen FC - View

Results

South Korea K3 League 10/22 10:00 27 [4] Busan Trans Corp v Gyeongju HNP [6] L 1-3
South Korea K3 League 10/03 06:00 26 [3] Mokpo City FC v Busan Trans Corp [4] L 2-0
South Korea K3 League 09/26 06:00 25 [4] Busan Trans Corp v Gimhae City [7] W 2-1
South Korea K3 League 09/15 10:00 24 [13] Pyeongtaek Citizen FC v Busan Trans Corp [4] W 0-2
South Korea K3 League 09/11 06:00 23 [5] Busan Trans Corp v Yangju Citizen [14] W 2-1
South Korea K3 League 09/04 10:00 22 [12] Cheongju FC v Busan Trans Corp [7] W 1-3
South Korea K3 League 08/27 10:00 21 [9] Busan Trans Corp v Gangneung City [15] W 2-1
South Korea K3 League 08/20 10:00 20 [8] Busan Trans Corp v Gimpo Citizen FC [2] D 0-0
South Korea K3 League 08/13 10:00 19 [10] Changwon City v Busan Trans Corp [7] L 1-0
South Korea K3 League 06/30 10:00 17 [6] Busan Trans Corp v Ulsan Citizen FC [8] D 1-1
South Korea K3 League 06/26 08:00 16 [9] Hwaseong FC v Busan Trans Corp [7] W 1-2
South Korea K3 League 06/19 08:00 15 [12] Paju Citizen FC v Busan Trans Corp [6] L 2-0

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 30 14 16
Wins 14 5 9
Draws 10 8 2
Losses 6 1 5
Goals for 39 20 19
Goals against 32 16 16
Clean sheets 9 3 6
Failed to score 5 1 4

Busan Transportation Corporation FC, often referred to as 'the mighty' Busan Transportation Corporation FC is a semi-professional South Korean soccer club based in the city of Busan. The currently playing in K3 League for the 2020 season. They are owned and operated by Busan Transportation Corporation and play their home games at the Busan Gudeok Stadium, the spiritual home of football in the city and one of the venues for the 1988 Summer Olympics.

Founded in 2006, the club currently plays in the National League. In 2011, they reached the National league playoffs, as well as beating local K-League side Gyeongnam FC in the FA Cup. Their first trophy came in 2009, winning the National Sports Festival winners. They won the tournament again in 2013 retaining it in 2014 with victory on the island of Jeju, the first time a team has done this. With the National League Cup, which was won in 2010, that makes an impressive four trophies in only a 9-year history, something their city neighbours, I-Park, can only look upon with envy.

The club's biggest rivals are Changwon City, with whom they contest the Gyeongsangnam-do derby twice a year in what are always fiercely fought affairs. Other rivals include K-League team, Busan I-Park, who are largely seen as the city's pretenders following a move from the Gudeok Stadium to the more recently built Asiad Stadium, resulting in Busan Transportation Corporation taking on the nickname, the Real Busan FC. Lastly, they have a friendly rivalry with Daejeon Korail, whom they play against each season in what has been dubbed the Lokomotiv derby.