From the 2023 season, it is impossible to enter the locker room of a coach who has been suspended from playing in the K-League.
The Korea Professional Football Federation (President Kwon Oh-gap, hereinafter referred to as the ‘Federation’) held the 1st Board of Directors and regular general meeting in 2023 at the Shinmunro Soccer Hall in Jongno-gu, Seoul on the 16th (Mon), ▲revision of various regulations, ▲Chungbuk Cheongju FC and Cheonan Agenda items were resolved, such as approval of FC membership, ▲new establishment of the Finance Committee, ▲establishment of the K-League Social Contribution Foundation, ▲approval of the 2022 project settlement and the 2023 budget.
■ Revision of Rules
Previously, all Korean player contracts were supposed to end on December 31st, but in the case of leases, an exception was made so that they could be terminated during the additional registration period. It was decided to put in place a rule that prohibits coaches who have been suspended from playing in the locker room, or giving press conferences or interviews. In the case of the director’s official press conference, if the manager is on suspension, the agent for the business must attend.
Added ‘Sports Scientist’ to the type of team staff registered with the federation. The decision of the board of directors in October last year to increase the K League 1 foreign player limit to 6 (5 regardless of nationality + 1 Asian quota) was reflected in the regulations.
■ Chungbuk Cheongju FC
and Cheonan City FC’s membership approval The membership registration 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 round of approval from the board of directors. As the two clubs joined as members, the K-League 2 in the 2023 season will proceed with a schedule in which a total of 13 teams will play 36 games for each team.
■ Establishment of the Finance Committee and Appointment of the Chairman
of the Finance Committee The Board of Directors decided to establish the Finance Committee, which will be in charge of operating the K-League financial soundness regulation, which will be implemented from this year. The financial soundness system includes compliance with the break-even point in the club’s financial management, keeping team-related expenses below 70% of the total budget, and preventing capital erosion. The Finance Committee will be responsible for reviewing the financial data submitted by each club, checking compliance with regulations, and issuing corrective orders. Accountant Kim Chun-soo (Samdo Accounting Firm), the current auditor of the federation, was appointed as the chairman of the Finance Committee.
■ Establishment of the K-League Social Contribution Foundation
The board of directors decided to establish a foundation that will be the center of K-League social contribution activities. The newly established foundation will be in charge of attracting external 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. 카지노사이트
■ 2022 business settlement and 2023 budget approval
At this board of directors meeting and general meeting, the 2022 business settlement (income approximately KRW 36.72 billion – expenditure approximately KRW 35.36 billion) and the budget bill according to the 2023 federation business plan (approximately KRW 39.57 billion) has approved The details of the 2022 business settlement will be announced later on the federation website.