Deltras F.C.

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Deltras FC
Deltras FC logo.png
Full name Delta Putra Sepakbola Football Club
Nickname(s) The Lobsters
Founded 1989 as Gelora Dewata '89
Ground Gelora Delta Sidoarjo[1]
Sidoarjo, Indonesia
Ground Capacity 35,000
Owner PT. Delta Raya Sidoarjo
Chairman Indonesia Mafirion Syamsuddin
Manager Indonesia Yudha Pratama Mafirion
League Indonesia Super League
2014 Liga Indonesia Premier Division, 8th in Group 6 (relegated)
Website Club home page

Delta Raya Sidoarjo Football Club is an Indonesian football club based in Sidoarjo, Indonesia. Founded in 1989 by a businessman named Muhammad Mislan as Gelora Dewata '89 with home base in Bali, they moved to Sidoarjo in 2001 and changed their name to Gelora Putra Delta after playing some matches in the early 2001-2002 season. Some time later, still in 2001, they became Deltras as acronym to Delta Putra Sidoarjo.

History[edit]

In 2003, the ownership status of the club changed from Muhammad Mislan to the Government of Sidoarjo Regency, making Deltras another official football club of Sidoarjo after Persida Sidoarjo. In 2011, after the club's financial problem during the 2010-2011 season, the Government of Sidoarjo Regency established PT Delta Raya Sidoarjo, a limited liability firm owning Deltras Sidoarjo to fully professionalize the club's management.[2]

Logo until 2011

The establishment of the firm in 2011 brought a great deal of change to the club. In late 2011, the club's management decided to change the club's logo and name from Deltras Sidoarjo, to Deltras F.C. The term Putra in Delta Putra Sidoarjo which means "Son" was changed to Raya which means "Great" or "Large".[3]

The club's home stadium is the Gelora Delta Sidoarjo.



Squad Players[edit]

League Squad[edit]

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

No. Position Player
1 Indonesia GK Deny Marcel
2 Indonesia GK Selsius Gebze
3 Indonesia GK Andi Muhammad Guntur
4 Indonesia GK Wempy Obure
5 Ivory Coast DF Ousmane Viera Diarrassouba
6 Indonesia DF Seme Pattrick
7 Indonesia DF Wahyu Wijiastanto
8 Indonesia DF Maman Abdurrahman
9 Indonesia DF Lan Bastian
10 Indonesia DF Arifin Ginuni
11 Indonesia DF Engelbert Sani
12 Indonesia DF David Christian Uron
13 Indonesia DF Isak Konon
14 Indonesia DF Edison Ames
15 Indonesia MF Marco Kabiay
16 Indonesia MF Immanuel Padwa
17 Indonesia MF Habel Satya
No. Position Player
18 Indonesia MF Joko Sasongko
19 Indonesia MF Johan Juansyah
20 Indonesia MF Riski Novriansyah
21 Indonesia MF Fahrizal Dillah
22 Nigeria MF Victor Obinna
23 Indonesia MF Jimmy Suparno
24 Indonesia MF Faris Aditama
25 Indonesia MF Moses Banggo
26 Indonesia MF Ronal Semot
27 Indonesia MF Elthon Maran
28 Indonesia MF Nasution Karubaba
29 Indonesia FW Izak Ogoai
30 Indonesia FW Mario Aibekob
31 Indonesia FW Yoseph Malau
32 Indonesia FW Steven Anderson Imbiri
33 Cameroon FW Leony Kweuke

Reserve Squad[edit]

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

No. Position Player
33 Indonesia GK Ferry Rotinsulu
34 Indonesia GK Imam Arif Fadillah
35 Indonesia DF Gideon V. Way
36 Indonesia DF Frans Freno Sauyai
37 Indonesia MF Lukas Latupeirissa
38 Cameroon MF Frank Olivier
39 Indonesia MF Pieter Rumaropen
40 Indonesia MF Stevie Bonsapia
41 Indonesia FW Marthen Ayomi
42 Indonesia FW Saddam Husain

Team Officials[edit]

Coaching Staff[edit]

Position Name Nationality
Chief Executive Officer Venna Melinda  Indonesia
Technical Director Vladimir Petrović  Serbia
Sporting Director Yohana Pardede  Indonesia
Manager Ayu Sartika Virtianti  Indonesia
Head Coach Abimayu Chandra Sathi  Indonesia
Head of Youth Football Stefan Hansson  Sweden
Assistant Coach Oliver Patric Neuville  Germany
Assistant Coach Vincenzo "Vince" Grella  Australia
Assistant Coach William Éric Gallas  France
Trainer Coach Vincenzo "Vince" Grella  Australia
Striker Coach Oliver Patric Neuville  Germany
Goalkeeping Coach Dragoslav Jevrić  Serbia
Fitness Coach Matias Ibo  Indonesia
Doctor Team Ratih Kusuma  Indonesia
Masseur Johny Rikumahua  Indonesia
Kitman Badarudin Heri  Indonesia

Performance in Friendly Match[edit]

Season Competition Round Flag Club Home Away Title
2015 Friendly Match Tranning Match Malaysia Sabah FA 9–2 Lose
2015 Friendly Match Tranning Match Malaysia Sarawak FA 12–3 Lose
2015 Friendly Match Tranning Match Malaysia Felda United F.C. 8–2 Lose
2015 Friendly Match Tranning Match Singapore Warriors FC 120–1 Losenya keBangetan
2015 Friendly Match Tranning Match Singapore Tampines Rovers FC 9–2 Lose
2015 Friendly Match Tranning Match Indonesia PSM Makassar 5–9 Lose
2015 Friendly Match Tranning Match Indonesia Persela Lamongan 7-6 Lose
2015 Friendly Match Tranning Match Indonesia Persegres Gresik United 8-7 Lose
2015 Friendly Match Tranning Match Indonesia Persebaya Surabaya 0-11 Lose -
2015 Friendly Match Tranning Match Indonesia Persiba Bantul 1-2 Lose -
2015 Friendly Match Tranning Match Indonesia Pelita Bandung Raya 1-5 Lose
2015 Friendly Match Tranning Match Indonesia Semen Padang FC 1-4 Lose
June 2015 Friendly Match Tranning Match England Wigan Athletic F.C. 0-1 Lose -
June 2015 Friendly Match Tranning Match England Doncaster Rovers F.C. 4-5 Lose -
July 2015 Friendly Match Tranning Match Vietnam Hanoi T&T F.C. 1-5 Lose -

Kit Supplier[edit]

Sponsorships[edit]

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