K LEAUGE New Biss Key ON ASIASAT-5
K League (Hangul: K리그) is South Korea’s professional football league. It includes first division K League 1 and second division K League 2
Until the 1970s, South Korean football opreated two major football leagues, the National Semi-professional Football League and the National University Football League, but these were not professional leagues in which footballers can focus on only football. In 1979, however, the Korea Football Association (KFA)’s president Choi Soon-young planned to found a pro football league, and made the first pro club Hallelujah FC the next year. After the South Korean pro baseball league KBO League was founded in 1982, the KFA was aware of crisis about the popularity of football. In 1983, it urgently made the Korean Super League with two pro clubs (Hallelujah FC, Yukong Elephants) and three semi-pro clubs (Pohang Steelworks, Daewoo Royals, Kookmin Bank) to professionalize South Korean football. Then the Super League accomplished its purpose after existing clubs were also converted into pro clubs (Pohang, Daewoo), or new pro clubs joined the league. In the early years, it also showed a promotion system by giving qualifications to the Semi-professional League winners. (Hanil Bank in 1984, Sangmu FC in 1985)
FEED UPDATE K LEAUGE Biss Key Frequency Update
Satellite : ASIASAT-5 @100°E
Frequency : 3987 H 7200
ID: FI08 GNVE
BISS KEY: EE 36 25 49 D6 5D 9A CD.