Daejeon Team Activity Highlights on Social Media

Gangwon trailing 2-0 on aggregate at home against a spirited Daejeon side. Looks like we'll have a new team in K1 next season...



GOOOOOOL DO DAEJEOOOOOOOON!!! QUE GOLACOOOOO!!!! AH EU TO MALUCOOOOO GANGWON 0-1 DAEJEON



15' Gangwon FC 0-0 Daejeon Hana Citizen. Agg: 0-1. #PlayoffsDeAcessoOuRebaixamentoKLeague. 🇰🇷⚽️



Al rato toca ver el Gangwon vs Daejeon Hana Citizen por la promoción para permanecer en la K League 1



CHEGOU O DIA!!!!!! GANGWON VS DAEJEON 14:00 KST VALE O ACESSO!!!



Dia do jogo mais importante pro Daejeon nos ultimos anos. Hoje enfrentamos o Gangwon em um jogo que vale o acesso a K League 1. Ganhamos o primeiro jogo de 1-0 e agora temos que buscar pelo menos um empate fora de casa.




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The Daejeon's Football team activities page. Related with social media posts of Daejeon's games and scheduled events. Match records planned for future dates as well as home and away matches. Plan a trip and experience the excitement of the match on the spot!