Who are the ‘Red Devils’?

The Red Devils are the official supporters club of South Korea’s national soccer team aka ‘ Taegeuk Warriors’. The history of the Red Devils of South Korea goes back to when a fan club for the national soccer team established in 1995 as Korea Supporters Club changed its name to the Red Devils in 1997.

The Red Devils are the official supporters club of South Korea’s national soccer team aka ‘ Taegeuk Warriors’.

The history of the Red Devils of South Korea goes back to when a fan club for the national soccer team established in 1995 as Korea Supporters Club changed its name to the Red Devils in 1997.

In the 2002 World Cup, which Korea co-hosted with Japan, the Red Devils stirred a sensation, supporting the national team to advance to the semifinals for the first, and so far only, time in the team’s history. 

Millions of people in red uniforms poured onto streets and stadiums to cheer together at the time, sharing excitement and joy for the beautiful game. 

This year’s World Cup has once again inflamed the passion of the Red Devils, who have been gathering again for Korea’s each match against Sweden and Mexico at midnights.

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