|Full name||Bluewave Chonburi Futsal Club |
|Ground||Bluewave Arena, Mueang Chonburi, Chonburi, Thailand|
|Coach||Carlos César Núñez Gago|
|League||Futsal Thai League|
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Chonburi Football Club
Bluewave Chonburi Futsal Club (Thai สโมสรฟุตซอลชลบุรี บลูเวฟ) is a Thai Futsal club. They currently play in the Futsal Thailand League.
Chonburi Bluewave Futsal Club founded in 2006 and affiliated to the first season of the Thailand Futsal League. Chonburi Bluewave Futsal Club won the championship two times in the 2006 and 2009 season before the end of the provisional squad.
The team has come back again under the control by the Chonburi Sports Association and Chonburi Football Club as Government Housing Bank RBAC Chonburi Futsal Club or (GHB-RBAC Chonburi Futsal club) . Finally turning back to the old name Chonburi Bluewave. Chonburi have won the 2010, 2011–12, and the 2012-13 Futsal Thailand League.
In August 2013, After finishing champions in the 2012 Futsal Thailand League season, Chonburi Bluewave under Pulpis head coach secured direct qualification into the 2013 AFC Futsal Club Championship. In the group stages, for first games The Sharks draw Ardus Tashkent from Uzbekistan, 2–2 beat Giti Pasand, 4-3 and beat Al Sadd, 3–2. For their final leg of the AFC Futsal Club Championship Semi-finals against Chinese side Shenzhen Nanling. Having won, 5–2. In Final The Sharks draw Giti Pasand, 1-1 by 1 goal of Suphawut Thueanklang and the club won 1-4 by penalties after extra time. Suphawut Thueanklang received the most valuable player award.
In July 2017, After finishing champions in the 2016 Futsal Thailand League season, Chonburi Bluewave under Rakphol SaiNetngam head coach secured direct qualification into the 2017 AFC Futsal Club Championship. In the group stages, for first games The Sharks beat Bank of Beirut, 9–0 and beat AGMK from Uzbekistan, 5–0. For their final leg of the AFC Futsal Club Championship Quarter-finals against Japanese side Shriker Osaka. Having won, 4–2. In Semi-finals The Sharks beat Thái Sơn Nam, 6–0. The Sharks beat Giti Pasand, 3–2 in final by hattrick of Suphawut Thueanklang. Jirawat Sornwichian received a Top Scorer award with nine goals.
PTT Chonburi academy in Bangkok. The club have been sending coaches over to schools to teach kids how to play futsal.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Government Housing Bank (G.H. Bank) and Rattana Bundit University are the team's main sponsors.
|2015||Real United||Chang Beer||-|
|2016||Warrix Sports||Chang Beer||-|
|2020||ALL ZETT||PTT , Chang Beer, Thai Oil||PTT|
|Technical Development Director||José María Pazos Méndez|||
|Manager||Carlos César Núñez Gago|
|Club Officer||Khomsan Thaikheing|
|Marketing Director||Thanyachapat Benjasiriwan|
|Public Relations Director||Nattawut Khoykaew|