Indonesian Community Shield

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Indonesian Community Shield
Country  Indonesia
Confederation AFC (Asia)
Founded 2009; 5 years ago (2009)
Number of teams 2
Levels on pyramid 1
Current champions Semen Padang
(2013)
Most championships Persipura (1)
Sriwijaya (1)
Semen Padang (1)
TV partners Global TV (2009,2013)
RCTI (2010))
2013 Indonesian Community Shield

The Indonesian Community Shield is a pre-season football competition held the week before the season begins in Indonesia every year. It is contested by the winners of the Indonesia Super League/Indonesian Premier League and Piala Indonesia in the previous season, as a curtain raiser to the new season.

If the same team wins both Indonesian League and Piala Indonesia, then the Community Shield is contested by the League winner and the Piala Indonesia runner-up.

Piala Indonesia was not held in 2011,2013,and 2014 so that the there is no Indonesian Community Shield held for the season.

Winners[edit]

Piala Presiden Soeharto era (amateur competition)[edit]

The competition was followed by four best clubs from Perserikatan and also the title holder.

Season Winners Results Runners-up Venue Scorers Reference
1972 PSMS Medan Guess Persija Jakarta GBK Stadium, Jakarta [1]
1974 PSM Makassar Guess Persija Jakarta GBK Stadium, Jakarta [2]
1976 Persipura Jayapura 4-3 Persija Jakarta GBK Stadium, Jakarta Nico Pattipene, Jacobus Mobilala, Pieter Attiamuna, Timo Kapisa - Risdianto, Iswadi (2) [3]

Piala Utama era (amateur & semi-professional competition)[edit]

The competition was followed by four best clubs from Perserikatan and four clubs from Galatama. In the inaugural season in 1985 Galatama send seven best clubs and Perserikatan just send the champions club.

Season Winners Score Runners-up Reference
1985 Arseto Solo Guess Perkesa 78 [4]
1989-90 Persebaya Surabaya 3–2 Pelita Jaya [5]
1992 Pelita Jaya 2–0 Persib Bandung [6]

Community Shield era (professional competition)[edit]

Year League Winner Result Cup Winner Scorers Stadium
2009 Persipura 3-1[7][8] Sriwijaya Boaz (2), Justinus Pae - Keith Kayamba Gumb Mattoangin Stadium, Makassar
2010 Arema 1-3[9] Sriwijaya Piere Njanka - Keith Gumb, Budi S, Claudiano Kanjuruhan Stadium, Malang
2013 Semen Padang 4-1[10] Persibo Edward Wilson Junior (2), Esteban Viscarra, M Nur Iskandar - Bijahil Chalwa Haji Agus Salim Stadium, Padang

References[edit]