Public Bank F.C.

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Selangor Public Bank FC
Full name Selangor Public Bank Football Club
Nickname(s) The Bankers
Founded 2003
Dissolved 2006
Ground Majlis Perbandaran Selayang Stadium, Selayang, Selangor
Ground Capacity 10,000
Manager Mark Rudan
League FAS State League
2005 Malaysia Super League, 7th

Public Bank Football Club is a defunct football club from Malaysia, based in Selayang, Selangor. The club won the Malaysian Premier II League title in 2003, and played in the Malaysian Super League in 2004 and 2005. In their first season in the Super League, they finished runners-up to Pahang. The following year, however, they finished 7th out of 8 teams and were relegated to the Premier League. They then withdrew from the 2006 Premier League competition, citing financial difficulties. As a result, they were banned from entering all competitions organised by the Football Association of Malaysia for 5 years. [1]


Winners (1): 2003
1st Runner-up (1): 2004


FAS State League 2015 Squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
22 Malaysia GK Muhammad Fakhrudin Hussin (Captain)
1 Malaysia GK Muhd Adam Afiq Yusof
23 Malaysia GK Mohd Shawal Nizam Osman
36 Malaysia GK Al-Hafiz bin Aziz Jaafar
2 Malaysia DF Mohd Faid Mohd Tahir
4 Malaysia DF Muhamad Muhaimim Ahmad Shukri
35 Malaysia DF Nicholas Chan
8 Malaysia DF Mohd Jamil Daud
19 Malaysia DF Mohd Hafizie Awang
24 State of Palestine DF Javier Cohene
30 Malaysia DF Kalai Arasu a/l Shanmugam
31 Malaysia DF Hishamuddin Othman
27 Malaysia DF Mohd Shahrul Chankui
21 Malaysia MF Muhamad Khairi Izwan Roslan
6 Malaysia MF Visert Sorrachak a/l Seng Kiang
7 Malaysia MF Sean Eugene Selvaraj
9 New Caledonia MF César Zeoula
11 Malaysia MF Hilman Zakaria
No. Position Player
14 Malaysia MF Shataro Hattori
29 Malaysia MF S. Shanmuganathan
28 Malaysia MF S. Harivarman
33 Malaysia MF Pritam Singh a/l Charun Singh
41 Malaysia MF Mohd Hafizi Amiruddin
38 Malaysia MF Norhamizi Haron
10 Malaysia FW Rexjeson Pitirus
20 Montserrat FW Alex Dyer
47 Malaysia FW Mohd Hilmi Rosli
45 Malaysia FW Emile Damey

The players of the 2015 squad are from the highest division league system of Malaysia.

Former players[edit]

Foreign players
Local players


Period Coach
2002-05 Malaysia E. Elavarasan

See also[edit]


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