(2021/22) Samut Prakan v Chiang Mai United

The White Elephants are in town as we welcome newly promoted Chiang Mai United to the SAT Stadium.

After the relative disappointment of a 1-1 draw against a poor Police Tero side, Samut Prakan have a great opportunity to get back to winning ways against a team currently bottom of the Thai premier league.


2021/2022 Fixtures

Can Samut Prakan improve on a 6th place finish in both of their first two seasons?

Thirty Thai Premier League games plus FA Cup and League Cup.


(2020/21) Chonburi v Samut Prakan

Our penultimate away game of the season as we take on The Sharks of Chonburi

Two weeks of the season remain and we make the short journey south-east to take on Chonburi. Can we end the season with a flourish after two successive home defeats?


(2020/21) Samut Prakan v Buriram

Just four games of the season remain and we start with the mighty Buriram at home

We beat Buriram 3-1 at the Thunder Castle at the end of November. It might be too much to ask to do the double over them, but I'm sure we'll give it a go.


(2020/21) Suphanburi v Samut Prakan

A midweek trip to one of this season's relegation favourites - Suphanburi FC

After fans got their excitement up about being let into games at the weekend, it didn't happen! But the Thai FA are allowing 25% of stadium capacities from this week. Let's see how this all pans out.


(2020/21) Nakhon Ratchisima v Samut Prakan

A tricky midweek trip to Nakhon Ratchisima, a team in very decent form.

Could we follow up a comfortable 4-0 home win against struggling PT Prachuap with another three points away at Nakhon Ratchisima, unbeaten in their last 8 games?


(2019) Port FC v Samut Prakan

Our last game of the season and an away trip to our close neighbours in Klongtoey

Probably the one away match I've been looking forward to most of all. The PAT is a nice compact stadium with a good atmosphere and relatively easy to get to by public transport.


(2019) Samut Prakan v Suphanburi

Our last home game of the season and a must-win game for the visitors Suphanburi

Every match this evening will kick off at 6.00 pm so it means checking scores on mobile phones will become as crucial as watching the game you're at. It's going to be a nail-biter.


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