PLUS F.C.

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PLUS FC
PLUS FC.svg
Full name Kuala Lumpur PLUS Football Club
Nickname(s) Highway Warriors
Founded 2000
Dissolved 2011
Ground Stadium Mini Persada PLUS, Kelana Jaya, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Ground Capacity 2,000
Final season
2010
10th

PLUS Football Club (Malay: Kelab Bola Sepak Projek Lebuhraya Usahasama Malaysia Berhad) is a football club of PLUS Expressways Berhad, the main toll highway operator company of the Malaysian Expressway System. The club plays in the 1 Division of Malaysian football, the Malaysian Super League. Their home stadium is the MBPJ Stadium, Kelana Jaya, Petaling Jaya, Selangor. Starts in an amateur KLFA Division 2 League in 2000. After 2 years be promoted to KLFA Division 1 League and become KLFA Cup champion in 2004 subsequently qualify to FAM Cup in 2005. Promoted to the 2nd Division of Malaysian league, Premier League Malaysia in 2007 and a year later becomes Runner-Up of this division and automatically promoted to Super League Malaysia 2009 in 2009. The club finished a commendable 7th place in its first season of the Super League Malaysia and reached the quarter-finals stage of the 2009 Malaysia Cup.

PLUS FC withdrew from the 2011 Super League Malaysia following a corporate exercise of PLUS Expressways. They were replaced by Harimau Muda A for the spot at the 2011 Super League Malaysia.

PLUS FC came back in KLFA League Division 1 in year 2013 and also want rejoin to the M-League after 4 years hiatus.

Honours[edit]

Title Winners Runners-up
Division 2/Premier 2/Premier League 2008 (1x)

Achievements (2006-2010)[edit]

Year Position League FA Cup Malaysia Cup
2006 Semi Finalist Malaysia FAM Cup Not Qualify Not Qualify
2007 11/11 Malaysia Premier League 2nd Round Not Qualify
2008 Runner Up Malaysia Premier League 2nd Round Not Qualify
2009 7/14 Malaysia Super League 1st Round Quarter Final
2010 10/14 Malaysia Super League Quarter Final Round 1

Players[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 Malaysia GK -
2 Malaysia DF -
3 Malaysia DF -
6 Malaysia DF -
7 Malaysia FW -
8 Malaysia MF -
9 Malaysia FW -
10 Malaysia FW -
11 Malaysia MF -
12 Malaysia MF -
13 Malaysia MF -
14 Malaysia DF -
No. Position Player
15 Malaysia DF -
16 Malaysia MF -
17 Malaysia DF -
18 Malaysia FW -
19 Malaysia MF -
20 Malaysia DF -
21 Malaysia GK -
22 Malaysia GK -
23 Malaysia FW -
24 Malaysia DF -
25 Malaysia FW -
32 Malaysia DF -

Former player[edit]

Local players
Foreign players

Team Managers[edit]

Year Manager
2010-2015

Team Coaches[edit]

Year Manager
2006-2007 Malaysia Ramli Mahmud
2007 Malaysia Fisol Abdul Razak
2008-2010 Malaysia Mat Zan Mat Aris

Results[edit]

Fixtures and Results of the Malaysia Super League 2014 season.[1][2]

Week 1[edit]

Week 2[edit]

Week 3[edit]

Week 4[edit]

Week 5[edit]

Week 6[edit]

Week 7[edit]

Week 8[edit]

Week 9[edit]

Week 10[edit]

Week 11[edit]

Week 12[edit]

Week 13[edit]

Week 14[edit]

Week 15[edit]

Week 16[edit]

Week 17[edit]

Week 18[edit]

Week 19[edit]

Week 20[edit]

Week 21[edit]

Week 22[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jadual Liga Super 2013 – fam.org.my
  2. ^ Liga Super – Stadium Astro

External links[edit]