Prapart Rattanadee

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Prapart Rattanadee
Birthday 21. September 1994
Birthplace Thailand
Size 174 cm
Position Central midfield
Years Station Games (goals)1
0000–2015 Ratchaburi Mitr Phol 1 (0)
2018 Navy FC 24 (0)
2019 Sisaket FC 17 (0)
2020– Muang Loei United FC 6 (0)
1 Only league matches are shown.
Status: November 11, 2020

Prapart Rattanadee(Thai

รัตนดี, born 21 September 1994) is a Thai footballer.


Prapart Rattanadee was under contract with Ratchaburi Mitr Phol until the end of 2015. Where he played before that is unknown. The Ratchaburi club played in the country’s first division, the Thai Premier League. He played one first division match for Ratchaburi in 2015.[1] Here he came on in the home game against Army United, where he was substituted for Yai Nilwong in the 88th minute. Where he was contracted from 2016 to the end of 2017 is unknown. The 2018 season saw first division side Navy FC from Sattahip sign him. He played 24 first division games for Navy. In early 2019, he signed a contract with second division club Sisaket FC. With the club from Sisaket, he played in the second division, the Thai League 2. For Sisaket, he appeared 17 times on the pitch. Fourth division club Muang Loei United FC from Loei signed him in early 2020. After two matchdays, the Thai League 4 fixtures were suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic. During the suspension, the federation decided to merge Thai League 3 and Thai League 4. Thai League 3 has been divided into six regions since September. Muang Loi plays in the North/Eastern Region.

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Individual references

  1. Match Report Ratchaburi Mitr Phol VS Army United, August 2015 In: (English), retrieved on 12 November 2020