Pelita Bandung Raya

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Pelita Bandung Raya
Full name Pelita Bandung Raya
Nickname(s) The Blue Rhino
The Boys Are Back
Founded November 11, 1986
Ground Si Jalak Harupat Stadium
Ground Capacity 40,000
Owner Ari Dewanto Sutedi
Chairman Marco Gracia Paulo
Coach Dejan Antonic
League Indonesia Super League
2013 Indonesia Super League, 15th
Website Club home page
Current season

Pelita Bandung Raya (formerly Pelita Jaya FC) is an Indonesian football team based in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia, founded on November 11, 1986. It was one of the most successful clubs in the Galatama era.

In the mid 90s, Pelita Jaya FC recruited several legendary World Cup footballers such as Mario Kempes, Roger Milla, Jules Onana, and Maboang Kessack. In 2011, the club completed a phenomenal transfer by signing Malaysian striker Safee Sali, who was crowned as top scorer at the 2010 AFF Suzuki Cup.

In October 2012, Pelita Jaya was sold by the club owner PT Pelita Jaya Cronus to Ari Dewanto Sutedi, the owner of Bandung Raya and President Director of PT Retower Asia.[1] "Since 100 percent of Pelita Jaya's shares has been purchased by Bandung Raya, they will automatically powers the entire club for the next season, with a new name, of course," said Commissioner of PT Pelita Jaya Cronus, Andika Andrayudha Bakrie.

After the official purchase Pelita Jaya, Bandung Raya will automatically have the right to perform in the 2013 Indonesia Super League. President Retower Asia–Ari Dewanto Sutedi–as the club owner, said that they will realize their ambitions to revive the club's golden era.[2] "We want to restore the glory of Bandung Raya as it was in the past," said Ari.



  • 1986/87 - Runner-up
  • 1987/88 - Runner-up
  • 1988/89 - Champions
  • 1990 - Champions
  • 1993/94 - Champions

Performance in AFC competitions[edit]

1989/90: Group Stage
1990/91: Third Place
1991/92: Qualifying
1994/95: Second round





On 2014 seasons, Pelita played their home match at Jalak Harupat Soreang Stadium, Bandung, West Java


2014 Squad[edit]

No. Name Nationality Position
1 Alfonsius Kelvan Indonesia GK
12 Deniss Romanovs Latvia GK
3 Chairul Rifan Indonesia CB
4 Mokhamad Syaifuddin Indonesia CB
6 Dias Angga Putra Indonesia SB
16 Hermawan Indonesia CB
22 Wildansyah Indonesia SB
24 Boban Nikolić Serbia CB
30 Nova Arianto Indonesia CB
42 Riyandi Ramadhana Indonesia SB
7 Rafid Lestaluhu Indonesia LM
11 Agus Indra Kurniawan Indonesia AM
14 Muhammad Arsyad Indonesia AM
19 Wawan Febrianto Indonesia LM
23 Kim Kurniawan Indonesia AM
47 Anggo Yulian Indonesia CM
88 Rizky Pellu Indonesia CM
91 David Laly Indonesia AM
93 Dolly Gultom Indonesia RM
20 Bambang Pamungkas Indonesia ST
29 Talaohu Musafri Indonesia ST
32 Gaston Castano Argentina ST
94 Imam Pathuroman Indonesia ST

Coaching Staff[edit]

Position Name
Head Coach Serbia Dejan Antonic
Assistant Coach Serbia Darko Vargec
Indonesia Peri Sandria
Indonesia Nova Arianto
Goalkeeping Coach Indonesia Gatot Prasetyo
Fitness Coach Indonesia Kartono Pramdhan
Team Doctor Indonesia
Nutritionist Indonesia
Physiotherapist Indonesia Fortunatella Leviana
Masseur Indonesia Sutisna
Indonesia Mahdar Zakaria
Kit Man Indonesia Arifin


Office Name
Owner Ari Dewanto Sutedi
President Director Marco Gracia Paulo
Team Secretary Teguh Cahyo
Media Officer Budi Kresnadi


Period Coach Achievements
2013 England Simon McMenemy
2013 France Darko Janacković
2013– Serbia Dejan Antonić

Kit Supplier[edit]

All time top scorer[edit]

Year Player Caps Goals
2012– Argentina Gaston Castano 40 20
2009–2010 (Pelita Jaya)
2013 (Pelita Bandung Raya)
Syria Marwan Sayedeh 34 14
2013 Croatia Mijo Dadić 31 5
2013 Australia Dane Milovanović 11 3
2014– Indonesia Bambang Pamungkas 5 2
2013– Indonesia Muhammad Arsyad 21 2


Pelita Bandung Raya have a very tough competition with Persib Bandung. This game is often called the Derby Bandung.


  1. ^ Seto, Wahyu. "Pelita Jaya Diakuisisi Bandung Raya". Bola. Retrieved 25 October 2012. 
  2. ^ Aruan, Frengky. "Miliki Pelita, Bandung Raya Ingin Ulangi Sejarah". Bola. Retrieved 26 October 2012. 

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