The matches were announced during the official draw for the first week, which was organised by the Thai Premier League. Pattaya United, the only team relegated from the TPL 2013 season, will play in the Yamaha League One for the first time since 2007.
Though the dates for the the 18-team Yamaha League One 2014 season have been set, organisers have yet to release a schedule of matchups. Phuket FC's 2014 schedule will also include play in the Toyota League Cup and Thai FA Cup.
This Sunday (January 26), fans can check out the new-look team when they take on Brunei DPPM at Surakul Stadium at 6pm.