Hall of Fame


Welcome to the Ansan Hall of Fame!

These are the figures that have won the hearts of Ansan fans over the years, for a host of reasons!


Jang Hyeok-jin

A major creative force in Ansan's midfield, he made 13 assists in 2017, and 8 in the 2018 season, scoring five goals across those two seasons as well. He narrowly missed out on our 2017 Player of the Season award but returned to take it for 2018, and despite growing interest, he commited himself to the club in january 2019.

Entered December 2018


Hwang Tae-hyeon

At the age of 20, the Ansan youth prospect captained Korea to the final of the U20 World Cup in 2019. The right-back gave some impressive performances, despite having appeared just twice for the Greeners before. The achievment brought international attention to both Hwang and Ansan. Hwang is now a regular in the Greeners XI.

Entered August 2019


Bakhodir Nasimov

The first goal scorer in the Greeners era, the Uzbeki striker would go on to have an indifferent career for Ansan, scoring just two goals in twenty-seven apperances. Nevertheless his place is cemented in Ansan legend. He moved back to play in the Uzbeki Super League but is now on the books at Azerbaijani side Kesla.

Entered November 2018

Seku Conneh

The first Ansan player to get a competetitive national team call-up while in the side. Conneh would come on as a late substitute in Liberia's AFCON qualifier against The Democratic Republic of Congo. Altough he only managed 2 goals in his first full season, he became a cult hero amongst, and is a sign that Ansan can be a platform to big things!

Entered November 2018


Lee Heung-sil

Managed Ansan in two guises, winning the K league Challenge, Ansan's first ever trophy in 2016, and being at the helm for the inaugural Greeners season. He would leave the club at a difficult summer in 2017, but is Ansan's second longest serving, and most succesful manager.

You can read our tribute for him here.

Entered November 2018

Emmanuel Frances

The first ever foreign player to represent Ansan, the Argentinian would only make ten appearances in a 6 month spell, but became a cult hero. He returned to Argentina to play for Atlanta, and now plays in the Argentinian fourth tier for Deportivo Merlo.

Entered November 2018


Raul Tarragona

Raul bagged fifteen goals in the inaugural season of the Greeners era, an unmatched record for an Ansan player. He is also one of the few Ansan players to ever take home a match ball with a hat trick in the cup in 2018. The Uruguyan was the 2017 Player of the Season and goes down as Ansan's greatest ever striker.

Entered November 2018

Lee Young-moo

Manager between 2009-2014, Young-moo is the longest serving manager in charge of an Ansan team, and with a coaching staff keen to get the fans involved (Ted &Diego especially), the lackj of on-pitch success was tempered by a great relationship with the supporters. Young-moo was involved with the Emmanuel franchise right the way back from 1981 as a player and was there until its end in 2016 as Goyang Zaicro.

Entered November 2018


Shin Hyeong-min

Shin took the 2015 player of the season award with a strong showing from a deep midfield position, (also capable of switching in at LB). The turnover of players during the season made Ansan a tough watch, but Hyeong-min was a consistent force. He also added some glamour, having won 9 international caps, and is now on Jeonbuk's books, most rtecently featuring in the 2018 AFC Champions League quarter finals.

Entered November 2018

Lee Jin-hyung

2016 Player of the Season Lee Jin-hyung kept ten clean sheets as Ansan lifted the K league Challenge trophy in the third and final season of the Police franchise in Ansan. His indominatble performances helped Ansan get over the line, winning the league on the final day. He was an Anyang loanee at the time but is now on the books at Incheon United

Entered November 2018

Kang Jinung

Kang Jin-ung

2011 and 2012 player of the season, Kang Jinung is a goalkeeping legend at Ansan. Signed in 2011 from Daejon Korail, he would follow the franchise to Goyang where he would eventually retire in 2017. Kang would often put in man of the match performances when the team was being pummeled, and likely prevented Ansan from setting a goals against record!

Entered November 2018

Ko Kyung-min

Ansan's first ever double-figures striker, bagged 11 in the 2014 season, scooping our player of the season award. Actually the first of two on-loan players from #line4derby rivals Anyang, Ko would leave the then police franchise during the following season, but would then move on to present club Busan I'Park where he has turned to haunt Ansan with a few goals. Nevertheless, Ko is the first truly great forward to wear an Ansan shirt.

Entered November 2018


Yoon Dong-hun
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Our 2009 player of the season, Yoon was a creative force down the right hand side for Ansan, and was an entertaining player throughout his Ansan career, playing from 2008-2012, before moving with the Hallejujah franchise to Goyang.

Dong-hun nis now a player coach at Hong King side Dreams FC.

Entered November 2018

Park Doh-yeon

The 2010 player of the season was a shining light in an abysmal season. Able to snuff out danger and link the defence to the attack, he was one to get Ansan fans off their seats, He moved to Yongin City the following season.



Entered November 2018

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