Results

Vietnam V-League 11/19 10:00 26 [13] Sai Gon FC v Binh Duong [8] L 2-1
Vietnam V-League 11/09 10:00 24 [8] Binh Duong v Thanh Hoa [6] W 4-2
Vietnam V-League 11/03 11:00 23 [6] Song Lam Nghe An v Binh Duong [7] L 3-0
Vietnam V-League 10/30 10:00 22 [8] Binh Duong v Nam Dinh [11] D 1-1
Vietnam V-League 10/23 10:00 21 [8] Binh Duong v Hong Linh Ha Tinh [12] D 2-2
Vietnam V-League 10/19 11:00 20 [4] Hai Phong v Binh Duong [7] L 2-1
Vietnam V-League 10/15 10:00 19 [8] Binh Duong v Ho Chi Minh City [12] D 0-0
Vietnam V-League 10/07 10:00 18 [10] Da Nang v Binh Duong [9] W 0-4
Vietnam V-League 10/01 12:15 17 [1] Ha Noi FC v Binh Duong [7] L 5-1
Vietnam V-League 09/13 10:00 16 [8] Binh Duong v Hoang Anh Gia Lai [6] D 1-1
Vietnam V-League 09/02 10:00 15 [9] Binh Duong v Viettel FC [4] W 2-1
Vietnam V-League 08/28 11:00 14 [4] Binh Dinh v Binh Duong [9] L 4-1

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 29 15 14
Wins 10 5 5
Draws 7 6 1
Losses 12 4 8
Goals for 43 26 17
Goals against 47 23 24
Clean sheets 5 1 4
Failed to score 5 3 2

Wikipedia - Becamex Binh Duong FC

Becamex Binh Duong Football Club (Vietnamese: Câu lạc bộ Bóng đá Becamex Bình Dương), simply known as Becamex Binh Duong, is a professional football club based in Thủ Dầu Một, Binh Duong province, Vietnam. It currently plays in Vietnam's top division, the V.League 1. Their home ground is Gò Đậu Stadium.

History

1976–1996

In 1976, the club was established as Sông Bé F.C., named after the Bé River, a well-known river in Bình Dương Province. The first club's head coach was Do Thoi Vinh.

In 1978, two Sông Bé teams competed in the National Division A, with Sông Bé II winning the regional championship. Afterward, the two sides were merged into one club under head coach Nguyen Kim Phung.

In 1994, Sông Bé won its first ever national title, the Vietnamese National Cup. One year later, however, they were relegated from the Vietnamese National First Division (the highest competition in Vietnam at that time) as punishment by the VFF after Sông Bé and 3 other clubs refused to play 2 relegation play-off matches.

In 1996, Sông Bé and Cao Su Binh Long merged into one club which achieved promotion to the top competition that same year.

1997–2001

In January 1997, the club was renamed Bình Dương after Sông Bé Province was divided into two parts, Bình Dương and Bình Phước.

In 1998, Bình Dương was relegated from the First Division and suffered for some years from a lack of development.

2002–present

In 2002, Bình Dương Football Joint-stock Company was founded when Bình Dương FC was taken over by Bình Dương Television Broadcaster (BTV) and Becamex IDC, the strongest multi-industry economy corporation in Bình Dương. The financial backing from Becamex IDC was a huge boost for the club.

In 2003, Becamex Bình Dương won promotion to the V.League, marking the emergence of the new football powerhouse in Vietnam. During this time, the club earned the nickname Chelsea of Vietnam for its strong financial backing.

In 2007 and 2008, Bình Dương won two consecutive V-League titles. They repeat that again in 2014 and 2015.

Bình Dương also won Vietnamese National Football Cup two times, in 2015 and 2018.