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The club was founded as a community club at the end of , and the club made their K League 1 debut in Daegu has played mostly in the K League 1 but was relegated at the end of the season to the K League 2.
The club's best season in K League 1 was in , when it finished fifth out of 12 teams. Daegu FC was established in as a community club generally in South Korea, a "community-club" means that the club issues shares based in the city of Daegu.
The city is a key shareholder, and the current mayor is chairman of the club. Following their foundation, the club entered the season of the K League under manager Park Jong-hwan.
Park had previously managed the national side for a number years in the s and s. The club's entry, together with that of Gwangju Sangmu , brought the number of teams participating in the league to Daegu finished the K League season in 11th place out of 12 teams , winning seven games, and drawing sixteen.
Daegu improved in to tenth place in the league which, due to Incheon United 's entry, now numbered 13 clubs. In the Samsung Hauzen Cup , a new cup competition run as a league competition specifically for K League clubs thus excluding National League and lower tier clubs during the K League's mid-season break, finished eighth out of 13 teams.
The following season saw Daegu placed eighth place in the league and seventh in the Samsung Hauzen Cup. For the K League season, the club placed seventh overall in the league and was 13th in Samsung Hauzen Cup.
It reached the quarterfinals of the edition of the FA Cup but lost again to the Chunnam Dragons. Following completion of the season, Park Jong-hwan stepped down as manager after four years with the club.
On 1 December , Byun Byung-joo was appointed as the new manager. The club's performance slipped in comparison to its previous two seasons, and it placed 12th.
The club failed to get out of the group stage in the Samsung Hauzen Cup and achieved a similar level of performance in the FA Cup , where Daegu lost to Incheon United in the round of In , Daegu played extremely aggressive football, becoming the joint equal top-scoring team of the K League, alongside Suwon Samsung Bluewings.
However, they also conceded the most goals in the league. An 11th place in the K League standings was the eventual outcome.
For the first time in its history, Daegu reached the semi-finals of the Korean FA Cup , by defeating Ulsan in the quarterfinals, following a win in the round of 16 over Ansan Hallelujah.
However, they then lost to their opponents Pohang Steelers in a 2—0 loss. The club placed fifth out of six teams in their group in the Samsung Hauzen Cup.
The season was one of the worst in the club's history. In a now expanded league of 15 clubs, thanks to new entrant Gangwon FC , Daegu would place in the last, 15th place, winning only five games.
Daegu lost out in the subsequent penalty shootout. In the league cup, now known as the Peace Cup Korea , the club finished third in their group, one point away from qualifying for the knockout phase of the cup.
Later in the year, Lee Young-jin was appointed as manager for the season. On field, Daegu repeated their dismal performances of the previous season, finishing 15th in the K League standings, equal with Gwangju Sangmu on points.
Daegu conceded the most goals of any club in the league, losing 19 games out of 28 games, with five wins and four draws.
Better results were achieved in the League Cup, with Daegu progressing out of their group to the knockout stage, thanks to wins over Daejeon Citizen and Busan , before losing to FC Seoul after a penalty shootout.
After beating both Incheon and Beijing, Daegu drew 0—0 with Queensland, winning the Tongyeong Cup and thus its first trophy. Despite having the lowest wage bill of all the K-League clubs, it won its first game, against Melbourne Victory.
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Hwang Tae-Hyeon. Kim Woo-Seok. Jeong Tae-Wook. Hong Jeong-Un. Kim Jae-Woo. Kim Dong-Jin. Lee Jin-Yong.
Lee Dong-Geon. Kim Tae-Han. Song Joon-Ho. Lee Chan-Woong. Jang Sung-Won. Park Jae-Kyung. Ko Tae-Gyu. Jo Jin-Woo. Kim Seon-Min.
Oh Hu-Seong. Park Min-Seo. Jung Yeong-Ung. Hwang Soon-Min. Ryu Jae-Moon. Yoon Jong-Tae. Cho U-Hyeon. Kim Jun-Yeop.
Jung Seung-won. Jung Young-woong. Hwang Soon-min. Jo Hyeon-woo. Park Gi-dong. Ye Byeong-won. Lee Joon-hee.
Position Name Ko Jae-hyeon. Park Min-seo. Lee Dong-keon. Ryu Jae-moon. Lee Hyeon-woo. Jung Chi-in. Kim Tae-han. Song Joon-ho. Jae-woo Kim.
Jin-woo Jo. Tae-han Kim. Tae-kyu Ko. Dong-jin Kim. Tae-hyeon Hwang. Jin-yong Lee. Yeong-ung Jeong. Jong-tae Yoon.
Keun-seob Lee. Seon-min Kim. Jae-mun Ryu. Tsubasa Nishi. Han-bin Park. Seong-won Jang. Seung-won Jeong. Hu-sung Oh. Soon-min Hwang. Jung Shin.
Chi-in Jeong. Jin-hyun Lee. Dae-won Kim. Edgar Silva. Chang-mu Shin. Jae-hyeok Im. Min-seo Park. Detailed squad.
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