Mongolia Premier League 07/03 08:00 - Bch Lions v Deren FC L 2-4
Mongolia Premier League 07/03 04:30 - Bch Lions v Deren FC L 2-4
Mongolia Premier League 06/30 11:00 - Athletic 220 FC v Bch Lions W 0-1
Mongolia Premier League 06/26 08:00 - Bch Lions v Khovd D 2-2
Mongolia Premier League 06/23 11:00 - Bch Lions v Tuv Buganuud L 1-9
Mongolia Premier League 06/20 08:00 - Khangarid Klub v Bch Lions L 1-0
Mongolia Premier League 06/17 11:00 - Bch Lions v Ulaanbaatar City L 2-8
Mongolia Premier League 05/21 08:00 - Khans Khuns-Erchim v Bch Lions L 11-1
Mongolia Premier League 05/18 08:00 - Bch Lions v FC Ulaanbaatar L 2-5
Mongolia Premier League 05/15 05:00 - SP Falcons FC v Bch Lions L 5-1
Mongolia Premier League 05/11 08:00 - Deren FC v Bch Lions L 5-0
Mongolia Premier League 05/06 11:00 - Bch Lions v Athletic 220 FC D 1-1


Matches played 35 17 18
Wins 7 1 6
Draws 6 5 1
Losses 22 11 11
Goals for 53 23 30
Goals against 120 54 66
Clean sheets 2 1 1
Failed to score 9 4 5

Wikipedia - BCH Lions

BCH Lions (Mongolian: БИ СИ ЭЙЧ ЛИОНС) is a Mongolian association football club that currently plays in the Mongolian Premier League. The current manager is Badarch Chin-Orgil.


BCH Lions was founded in 2018 as it broke away from Premier League club Selenge Press FC under the guidance of former Selenge Press coach Badarch Chin-Orgil. That year, the team won the National Amateur Cup.

As a result of its Amateur Cup title, the team competed in the inaugural season of the Mongolia 2nd League in 2019. The season ended with the club earning the championship and promotion to the Mongolia 1st League in 2020. At the end of the season, BCH Lions players were named the league's best defender (Sasaki Mizuho), goalkeeper (Nakane Hiroki), and midfielder (B. Itgel).

During its first season in the second division, the club earned a third-straight championship and promotion. Lions striker Batkhüyag Munkh-Erdene won the Golden Boot that season with 32 goals and his bicycle kick goal against Khoromkhon earned international attention from Portugal's Desporto ao Minuto.

The club will competed in the Mongolian Premier League for the first time in 2021. They avoided relegation in their first season, finishing in 8th position. First-year BCH striker Tetsuaki Misawa won the league Golden Boot award as top goal scorer that season with seventeen goals and five assists in sixteen appearances.