Persiba Bantul

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For the club based in Balikpapan, Indonesia, see Persiba Balikpapan.
Persiba Bantul
Full name Persatuan Sepakbola Indonesia Bantul
Nickname(s) Laskar Sultan Agung
(Sultan Agung Warriors)
Founded 21 September 1967; 47 years ago (1967-09-21)
Ground Sultan Agung Stadium
Ground Capacity 35,000
Owner PT Bantul Jaya Utama
Chairman Wikan Werdo Kisworo
League Liga Indonesia Premier Division
2014 11th in First Round

Persatuan Sepak Bola Indonesia Bantul, commonly known as Persiba Bantul, is a professional Indonesian football club based in Bantul, Yogyakarta. They currently compete in the Liga Indonesia Premier Division.


Persiba Bantul was established on 21 September 1967. 2004 marked a milestone in Persiba's history, after waiting for 37 years, they were promoted to the First Division. Drs. H.M. Idham Samawi plays a major role in this success, by helping them gaining financial support from the local goverment.[1]

In 2005, PSSI loaned Persiba to use the Indonesia U-20 players in the First Division. In 2006, Persiba was forced to quit the 2006 First Division because of the May 2006 Java earthquake. They returned in 2007 and after almost got promoted in 2008–09 and 2009–10, they managed to win the 2010–11 Liga Indonesia Premier Division by defeating Persiraja 1–0 and promoted to the Indonesia Super League.[1] They also participated in the Indonesian Premier League.[2]

They were relegated back to the Liga Indonesia Premier Division after finishing last place in the 2014 Indonesia Super League East group.[3]


Persiba Bantul plays its home games at the Sultan Agung Stadium.[4]


Persiba's supporter group is called Paserbumi (Pasukan Suporter Bantul Militan).[5]


As of 18 November 2014.

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 Manda Rahmat Husen Lubis
3 Indonesia DF Stevie Bonsapia
6 Nigeria FW George Oyebode Oyedepo
8 Indonesia MF Johan Manaji
9 Argentina FW Ezequiel González
12 Indonesia FW Jejen Zainal Abidin
13 Indonesia DF Wahyu Wijiastanto
15 Indonesia MF Muhammad Aulia Ardli
17 Indonesia FW Ugik Sugiyanto
19 Indonesia DF Slamet Widodo
No. Position Player
20 Indonesia GK Andi Setiawan
22 Indonesia MF Rian Wahyu
23 Indonesia MF Arwin
25 Indonesia FW Heru Kuswanto
26 Indonesia DF Duslan Lestaluhu
27 Indonesia MF Alfian Rabda
28 Indonesia MF Abdul Majid Mony
29 Indonesia FW Arbadin
30 Japan FW Atsushi Yonezawa
32 Cameroon MF Emile Mbamba




  • Batik Cup
    • Champion: 2012[6]
  • Piala Gubernur Aceh
    • Runner-up: 2011[7]
  • Bupati Cilacap Cup
    • Champion: 2010[8]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b "PROFIL PERSIBA BANTUL" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 14 November 2014. 
  2. ^ "Persiba Bantul" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 14 November 2014. 
  3. ^ "Meraba-Raba Kekuatan Persiba di Divisi Utama 2015" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 14 November 2014. 
  4. ^ "STADION SULTAN AGUNG BANTUL" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 14 November 2014. 
  5. ^ "PROFIL PASERBUMI" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 14 November 2014. 
  6. ^ REDSSA, 22 October 2012,
  7. ^ REDSSA, 2 July 2011,
  8. ^ REDSSA, 1 August 2010,

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