Paweethida Sakunpiphat (Fifa)

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Paweethida Sakunpiphat
Paweethida Sakunpiphat (March 2019)
Thai ปวีณ์ธิดา สกุลพิพัฒน์
Nickname Fifa (フィーファー, ฟีฟ่า)
Birth Info
Birthdate November 6, 2001
Birthplace Flag of Thailand.png Bangkok, Thailand
Blood type B
Current Age 22 Years Old
Height 163cm
Professional Info
Agency **
Social Networks Facebook / Instagram
Idol Career Info
Former Group BNK48
Former Team Trainee
Debuted April, 2018 / 2nd Generation
Graduated December, 2020

Paweethida Sakunpiphat was a BNK48 Trainee.


  • Name in Japanese: パウィーティダー・サクンピパット
  • Hobbies: Watching anime, reading manga, playing games, listening to music
  • Likes: Doraemon, novels, blue, pink, purple
  • Special skills: Changing her face to look different, lukthung (Thai folk country music) singing
  • Representative symbol: The colour purple, purple yam/ sweet potato, football, football field
  • Known for her ever-changing face & vocal colour.
  • Dubbed '1000 Faces Fifa' by fans as she always look different in every picture. Many fans find it very difficult to recognise her face. There is a common saying: "If you see a pretty BNK48 member but you cannot remember her name, it's probably Fifa."
  • Her fandom is known as 'Fifa's Football Pitch'.
  • Specialises in lukthung (Thai folk country music) singing.

BNK48 Senbatsu Election

BNK48 Janken Tournaments

Team History

BNK48 Trainee → Graduation
Joined BNK48 as a Trainee on April 29, 2018.
Graduated from BNK48 Trainee on December 23, 2020 (Announcement: November 5, 2020)

Singles Participation

BNK48 A-Sides

BNK48 B-Sides

Other Singles


Stage Units

TN1 (PARTY ga Hajimaru yo)
Classmate (Swap)
Anata to Christmas Eve (Swap)
Hoshi no Ondo (Swap)
Kiss wa Dame yo (Swap)
BIII1 (PARTY ga Hajimaru yo)
Anata to Christmas Eve (Under)

Concert Units

BNK48 Space Mission Concert
BNK48 2nd Generation -Blooming Season Concert-

Media Appearances



Paweethida Sakunpiphat BNK48 1st Senbatsu Sousenkyo Poster (2019)
Paweethida Sakunpiphat (November 2018)
Paweethida Sakunpiphat (September 2018)
Paweethida Sakunpiphat (May 2018)
Paweethida Sakunpiphat (April 2018)