Persib Bandung

Persib Bandung
Full name Persatuan Sepak Bola
Indonesia Bandung
Founded 1933
Ground Jalak Harupat Soreang Stadium
(Capacity: 40,000)
Chairman Indonesia Dada Rosada
Manager Indonesia Umuh Muchtar
Coach Croatia Drago Mamić
League 2011–12 Indonesia Premier League
Indonesia Super League 7th
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

Persib, an acronym for Persatuan Sepak Bola Indonesia Bandung is an Indonesian football club based in Bandung, West Java. In most of the media, a tautology Persib Bandung is often used. Persib is the result of a merger of 3 football clubs in 1933, namely Bandoeng Inlandsche Voetbal Bond (BIVB), Persatuan Sepak bola Indonesia Bandung (PSIB) and National Voetball Bond (NVB).

Referring to the number of title in a long history of Indonesian football competition, Persib is considered as one of the most successful clubs in Indonesia.



Persib's home base is Siliwangi Stadium. Persib new home base, Gedebage Stadium is still under construction which is scheduled to finish in 2011. To comply with the stadium and pitch standard as defined by the league's board, Persib is using Si Jalak Harupat Stadium as their home stadium in the Super League before the completion of their new stadium.

Training ground

Persib uses SOR Persib Bandung as training ground.


One of the most memorable achievements in the history of this club is when they became champions of the last Perserikatan competition in the 1993/1994 season. In the final, the club with legendary players, like Robby Darwis won against PSM Makassar. Afterward, Galatama and Perserikatan (Perserikatan were merged into Liga Indonesia, a newly formed competition. In the first season of Liga Indonesia, Persib won the first title after defeated Petrokimia Putra Gresik in the final.

In the continental level, Persib is one of the Indonesian clubs which managed to reach the quarterfinal round of AFC Champions League.


  • Perserikatan
    • 1932-33: Runner Up
    • 1933-34: Runner Up
    • 1935-36: Runner Up
    • 1936-37: Winner
    • 1949-50: Runner Up
    • 1958-59: Runner Up
    • 1960-61: Winner
    • 1965-66: Runner Up
    • 1982-83: Runner Up
    • 1984-85: Runner Up
    • 1985-86: Winner
    • 1989-90: Winner
    • 1993-94: Winner
  • Indonesia Super League
    • 2008-09: 3rd place
    • 2009-10: 4th place
    • 2010-11: 7th place

Performance in AFC competitions

  • Asian Club Championship
1995-96: Quarterfinal

2011-2012 Squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Indonesia GK Yandri Pitoy
2 Indonesia DF Mohammad Nasuha
3 Indonesia DF Zulkifli Syukur
4 Indonesia DF Wildansyah
5 Indonesia DF Maman Abdurahman
6 Cameroon DF Abanda Herman
7 Indonesia MF Atep
9 Indonesia FW Airlangga Sucipto
10 Montenegro FW Zdravko Dragićević
11 Australia MF Robbie Gaspar
13 Indonesia MF Muhammad Agung
14 Indonesia MF Hendra Ridwan
15 Indonesia FW Aliyudin
16 Indonesia MF Tony Sucipto
17 Indonesia MF Muhammad Ilham
No. Position Player
18 Indonesia DF Jajang Sukmara
20 Indonesia MF Budiawan
22 Indonesia GK Dadang Sudrajat
23 Indonesia MF Dudi Sunardi
24 Indonesia MF Hariono
25 Indonesia DF Rian Permana
29 Indonesia FW Sigit Hermawan
30 Indonesia GK Rizky Bagja
32 Indonesia GK Cecep Supriatna
33 Indonesia DF Anggi Indra
44 Indonesia DF Aldi Rinaldi
50 Montenegro MF Miljan Radović

2011-2012 Transfers


Team Officials

Coaching Staff

Role Name
Head Coach Croatia Drago Mamić
Assistant Coach Indonesia Robby Darwis
Goalkeeper Coach Indonesia Anwar Sanusi
Fitness Coach Indonesia Dino Sefriyanto
Doctor Team Indonesia M. Raffi Gani
Masseur 1 Indonesia Wara Muharam
Masseur 2 Indonesia Emen Suwarman
Masseur 3 Indonesia Sutisna


Role Name
Chairman Indonesia Dada Rosada
General Commissioner Indonesia Zaenal Hasyim
General Director Indonesia Glen Sugita
Commissioner Indonesia Kuswara S Taryono
Manager Indonesia Umuh Muchtar
Assistant Manager Indonesia Dedy Firmansyah
Secretary Indonesia Yudiana

Former Coaches

Year Coach
1994 Indonesia Suryamin
1994-1995 & 2000-03 Indonesia Indra Thohir
2003 Poland Marek Andreiz Sledzianowski
2003-06 Chile Juan Antonio Paez
2006 Indonesia Risnandar Soendoro
2007 Moldova Arcan Iurie
2007-08 Indonesia Jajang Nurjaman & Robby Darwis (caretaker)
2008-10 Indonesia Jaya Hartono
April-July 2010 Indonesia Robby Darwis (caretaker)
August-September 2010 France Daniel Darko Janaković
September-November 2010 Serbia Jovo Cucković
2010-2011 Indonesia Daniel Roekito
2011-2012 Croatia Drago Mamić
2012- Indonesia Rony Azani

Bold is winning manager of Indonesian League

All time top scorer

Year Player Caps Goals
2009–2011 Indonesia Christian González 63 41
2008–2011 Brazil Hilton Moreira 49 28
2006–2009 Indonesia Zaenal Arif 52 18
2002 and 2005–2011 Indonesia Eka Ramdani 121 15
2006–2008 Morocco Redouane Barkaoui  ?? 14
2008–present Indonesia Airlangga Sucipto 35 13
2005–2007 Nigeria Ekene Ikenwa 26 13
2003–2005 Indonesia Imral Usman  ?? 13
2007–2009 Paraguay Lorenzo Cabanas 60 12
2007 Cameroon Christian Bekamenga 30 11
2008–2009 Brazil Rafael Alves Bastos 27 11

Notable former players




  • Argentina Pablo Frances
  • Paraguay Christian Rene
  • Brazil Antonio Claudio
  • Brazil Fábio Lopes
  • Brazil Garrincha
  • Brazil Rafael Bastos
  • Chile Patricio Jimenez Diaz
  • Chile Claudio Lizama
  • Chile Julio Lopez
  • Chile Rodrigo Sanhueza
  • Chile Alejandro Tobar
  • Paraguay Lorenzo Cabanas
  • Paraguay Osvaldo Moreno
  • Uruguay Adrian Colombo
  • Uruguay Indonesia Christian González
  • Brazil Alexander Pato


  • Montenegro Zdravko Dragićević
  • Montenegro Miljan Radović
  • Poland Maciej Dolega
  • Poland Mariusz Mucharski
  • Poland Piotr Orlinski
  • Romania Leontin Chitescu

Local players

  • Indonesia Salim Alaydrus
  • Indonesia Anwarudin
  • Indonesia Zaenal Arief
  • Indonesia Yusuf Bachtiar
  • Indonesia Budiman
  • Indonesia Robby Darwis
  • Indonesia Gendut Doni
  • Indonesia Dicky Firasat
  • Indonesia Yudi Guntara
  • Indonesia Cucu Hidayat
  • Indonesia Dadang Hidayat
  • Indonesia Adeng Hudaya
  • Indonesia Dede Iskandar
  • Indonesia Nandar Iskandar
  • Indonesia Heri Kiswanto
  • Indonesia Dadang Kurnia
  • Indonesia Sutiono Lamso
  • Indonesia Yadi Mulyadi
  • Indonesia Usep Munandar
  • Indonesia Edi Hafid Murtado
  • Indonesia Nur'alim
  • Indonesia Djajang Nurjaman
  • Indonesia Aji Nurpijal
  • Indonesia Alexander Pulalo
  • Indonesia Yaris Riyadi
  • Indonesia Peri Sandria


Persib Bandung has a large fan base in West Java and Banten provinces. Persib Bandung's fans are often referred to as "Bobotoh", the name came from Sundanese word which means: the ones who encourages or builds up the spirit for others who going to engage in a contest.[2] The "Bobotoh" are organised into several fan clubs, the biggest is Viking Persib.[1]


Former Sponsors

See also

Persib Bandung U-21


External links

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