Deportivo Indonesia

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Deportivo Indonesia
Full name Deportivo Indonesia
Founded 2007, as Sociedad Anónima Deportiva Indonesia.
Dissolved December 2013
Owner Bakrie Group
Website Club home page

S.A.D Indonesia was an association football club consisting of Indonesian football players under-19 and under-17 which was involved in a training program in Uruguay and playing in junior competitions of the Uruguayan football league system (Quarta and Quinta Division) for at least 6 years.[1] SAD stands for Sociedad Anónima Deportiva. This team was being prepared as the future Indonesia national football team.

Starting from the 2011 season the club changed its name from Sociedad Anónima Deportiva Indonesia to Deportivo Indonesia.[2] In December 2013, Deportivo Indonesia was dissolved because the contract between Bakrie Group with Uruguayan Football Association expired.[3]


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