By Kang Ye-jin] Park Joo-ho (Suwon FC) is ending his playing career.
Suwon FC announced that Park Joo-ho will finish his professional career with a home game against Ulsan Hyundai on the 6th and move on to his second life.
Park joined K League 1 Ulsan in 2018 after playing in Japan and Germany, starting with Mito Hollyhoe in the J2 League in 2008, and moved to Suwon FC in 2021. The retirement match will be held on June 6, coincidentally between Ulsan (2018-2020) and Suwon FC (2021-2023), with Park wearing his number 6.
Park said, “I would like to thank the many fans who have supported me so far. Thanks to their love and interest, I was able to get to this point, and I couldn’t be happier as a soccer player. My life as a soccer player will end here, but I will continue to repay the love of my fans,” he said, expressing his thoughts on his upcoming retirement.
Before the game, Park’s retirement ceremony will be held. In addition to watching videos of his K League career, Suwon FC owner Lee Jae-jun, Suwon Special Mayor, will be present to present a plaque of appreciation, a plaque of appreciation from Suwon FC supporters and a commemorative picture frame from Ulsan Hyundai, and the player’s family will present a bouquet of flowers.
During the match, a card section commemorating Park Joo-ho’s retirement will be displayed with the crowd, and the crowd will be invited to applaud for one minute in the sixth minute of the first half to express their gratitude for the player’s dedication to the club. 토토사이트
After the match, a retirement press conference will be held in the Suwon Sports Complex media room, where Park will answer questions from reporters and conclude all retirement-related events.
“First of all, I would like to say thank you for your hard work,” said Choi Sun-ho, head coach of Suwon FC, “I am grateful for the great joy and emotion he has brought to me and Korean football fans in the past by playing for famous overseas clubs and the Korean national team, and it is a great honor for such a player to finish his career at Suwon FC. We will support him to live a happy life in the future.”