South Korea's main football league is called the K-League, it is the only completely professional league in the country with fifteen teams taking part. The league was founded in 1983 as the Korean Super League, with just five clubs initially.

If you wanted national team shirts, then South Korea's are here and North Korea's are here.

By 1998 the league was reformed as the K-League and has now expanded to the fifteen teams, the champions of the National League, established in 2003 are eligible to be promoted to the K-League. Each season runs from March/April to November, with a six team championship play-off to finish the campaign.

To learn more about the K-League read this wikipedia entry or visit the official home page of the League.