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2010 BEC Tero Sasana F.C. season

The 2010 season was BEC's 14th season in the top division of Thai football. This article shows statistics of the club's players in the season, and also lists all matches that the club played in the season.

BEC Tero Sasana F.C. in Asia

Statistics of BEC Tero Sasana in Asian competition.

Police Tero F.C.

Police Tero Football Club , formerly known as BEC Tero Sasana, is a Thai professional football club based in Bangkok. The club finished runners-up in the inaugural AFC Champions League competition in 2003.

Sasa

Sasa may refer to:

Sasanian Empire
Sasanian Empire

The Sasanian Empire (), officially known as the Empire of Iranians , and called the Neo-Persian Empire by historians, was the last Persian imperial dynasty before the arrival of Islam in the mid seventh century CE. Named after the House of Sasan, it endured for over four centuries, from 224 to 651 CE, making it the longest-lived Persian dynasty. The Sasanian Empire succeeded the Parthian Empire and reestablished the Iranians as a major power in Asia and the Near East.

Sasaki Kojirō

Sasaki Kojirō (c. 1575 – April 13, 1612), often anglicised to Kojirō Sasaki, was a prominent Japanese swordsman widely considered a master of his craft, born in Fukui Prefecture. He lived during the Azuchi–Momoyama and early Edo periods and is most remembered for his death while battling Miyamoto Musashi in 1612.

Sasanian conquest of Jerusalem
Sasanian conquest of Jerusalem

The Sasanian Empire conquered Jerusalem after a brief siege in 614, during the Byzantine–Sasanian War of 602–628, after the Persian Shah Khosrau II appointed his general Shahrbaraz to conquer the Byzantine controlled areas of the Near East. Following the victory in Antioch, Shahrbaraz conquered Caesarea Maritima, the administrative capital of the province.

Sasaeng fan

In South Korean culture, a sasaeng, or sasaeng fan , is an obsessive fan who stalks, or engages in other behaviour constituting an invasion of the privacy of a Korean idol or other public figure. The term sasaeng comes from the Korean words sa (Korean: 사; Hanja: 私) meaning "private" and saeng (Korean: 생; Hanja: 生) meaning "life", in reference to the fans' intrusion into celebrities' private lives.

Sasaram
Sasaram

Sasaram sometimes also spelled as Sahasram, is a city in Bihar State of India. One of the ancient cities in India, Sasaram has witnessed the legacy of several great people along with Sahastrabahu, Shershah Suri, and Jagjivan Ram Babu.

Sasak language
Sasak language

The Sasak language is spoken by the Sasak ethnic group, which make up the majority of the population of Lombok in Indonesia. It is closely related to the Balinese and Sumbawa languages spoken on adjacent islands, and is part of the Austronesian language family.

Sasanian art
Sasanian art

Sasanian art, or Sassanid art, was produced under the Sasanian Empire which ruled from the 3rd to 7th centuries AD, before the Muslim conquest of Persia was completed around 651. In 224 AD, the last Parthian king was defeated by Ardashir I. The resulting Sasanian dynasty would last for four hundred years, ruling modern Iran, Iraq, and much territory to the east and north of modern Iran.

Sasanian defense lines
Sasanian defense lines

The defense lines of the Sasanians were part of their military strategy and tactic. They were networks of fortifications, walls, and/or ditches built opposite the territory of the enemies.

Sassafras
Sassafras

Sassafras is a genus of three extant and one extinct species of deciduous trees in the family Lauraceae, native to eastern North America and eastern Asia. The genus is distinguished by its aromatic properties, which have made the tree useful to humans.

Nong Chok Sport Stadium
Nong Chok Sport Stadium

Nong Chok Sport Stadium is a stadium in Nong Chok, Bangkok, Thailand. It is situated in Nong Chok, the biggest and the least populated district of Bangkok.