Selangor FA

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Full name Persatuan Bolasepak Selangor
(Football Association of Selangor)
Nickname(s) Gergasi Merah (The Red Giants)
Founded 22 February 1936
(77 years ago)
Ground Shah Alam Stadium
Ground Capacity 80,372
President Azmin Ali
Coach Australia Mehmet Durakovic
League Malaysia Super League
2014 Malaysia Super League, 2nd
Website Club home page
Current season

The Football Association of Selangor (Malay: Persatuan Bolasepak Selangor), also simply known as Selangor, is a Malaysian association football club representing the state of Selangor Darul Ehsan. The team currently playing in Malaysia Super League, the top division of Malaysian football league and the 80,372-capacity Stadium Shah Alam has been the home ground since 1994.[1]

Selangor FA is the most successful club in Malaysia, in terms of overall titles won. Domestically, Selangor FA won a record 32 Malaysia Cup, 6 first division titles, 5 FA Cup, 8 Charity Shield, 13 King's Gold Cups and 1 Agong's Cup.

Selangor FA have completed treble in 1997, 2005 and 2009. In 1984 the treble covered the Malaysia Cup, League Champion and Charity Shield. Both 1997 and 2005 trebles covered the Domestic Cup Double (Malaysia Cup and FA Cup) while the 2009 treble covered the Double (Super League and FA Cup). 1997 was the most successful year for them as they won 4 trophies (Malaysia Cup, FA Cup, Charity Cup and King's Gold Cup) and runners-up for Agong's Cup.


Prior to the Football Association of Selangor formally established, there were only association that manages the internal state league, known as the AFL (Selangor Association Football League) was formed in 1905. The first trophy at stake is sponsored by the British residents of Selangor state when then R.G. Watson. Even previously reported, the association led by British residents at that time.

In 1926, the internal political crisis led to some association officials withdrew separately and then formed an association called Selangor Football Association (SFA).

Dispute between the AFL and the SFA continued almost ten years before the two sides back to the negotiating table for the betterment of football country. Finally both associations joined officially on February 22, 1936, under the name of the Football Association of Selangor (FAS) or the Football Association of Selangor.

But the outbreak of the Second World War have hamper FAS efforts to develop domestic football. Efforts began aggressively once the war ended, with the first official presidential FAS is none other than the Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj.

FAS original headquarter was at the old MCA building in Jalan Ampang, before the construction of Wisma FAS in 1973 at the Merdeka Stadium on Datuk Harun Idris own efforts (also Chief Minister of Selangor at the time) and team manager, Tan Sri Hamzah Abu Samah. In the mid-1990s, FAS moved again to Wisma FAS in Kelana Jaya until now.

Between those responsible for the success of the Red Yellow team are the likes of the presidents: Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj, Datuk Harun Idris, Datuk Aini Taib, Tan Sri Muhammad Haji Muhammad Taib, Tengku Ahmad Shah; team managers: Tan Sri Hamzah Abu Samah, Mohd Noor Thursday, Mazlan Harun, Dr Nordin Selat, Datuk Mokhtar Ahmad; coaches: M Chandran, Khaidir Buyong, Ken Worden and many other characters that are not mentioned here.

The state also has many football stars who brought glory to the country and the nation as Abdul Ghani Minhat, the legend of the late Mokhtar Dahari, Santokh Singh, Zainal Abidin Hassan, Wong Choon Wah, Khan Hung Meng, Azman Adnan and many more.[2]


Main article: Shah Alam Stadium
Shah Alam Stadium
Shah Alam Stadium.JPG
Location Section 13, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia
Owner Shah Alam City Council
Operator Selangor FA
Capacity 80,372
Surface Grass pitch
Broke ground 1 January 1990
Opened 16 July 1994
Construction cost RM460 million
Architect Hijjaz Kasturi
Selangor FA (1994–present)

Football Association of Selangor's stadium is the Shah Alam Stadium. The stadium is situated in the state capital of Selangor, Shah Alam. The stadium has been Selangor's home since July 1994, when the club moved from Merdeka Stadium.[3]

Selangor have used several grounds during their history: after playing home matches at Selangor Club Padang (now known as Dataran Merdeka), the club settled at Merdeka Stadium during the era of Tunku Abdul Rahman as the club's president, its home for 38 years, before moving to Shah Alam Stadium after its completion in 1994.


Domestic competitions[edit]



  • Malaysia Cup
    • Winners (32): 1922, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1935, 1936, 1938, 1949, 1956, 1959, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1984, 1986, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2002, 2005
  • FA Cup
    • Winners (5): 1991, 1997, 2001, 2005, 2009
  • Charity Shield
    • Winners (8): 1984, 1985, 1987, 1990, 1996, 1997, 2002, 2009, 2010

Performance in AFC competitions[edit]

AFC Champions League[edit]

AFC Cup[edit]


Current squad[edit]

No. Name Nationality Position(s)
22 Norazlan Razali Malaysia GK
21 Mohd Hamsani Ahmad Malaysia GK
1 Muhd Syamim Othman Malaysia GK
12 Mohd Bunyamin Umar Malaysia RB / CB / DM
20 Mohd Azrif Nasrulhaq Malaysia RB / RW
4 Mohd Shazlan Alias Malaysia RB
3 Mohd Azmi Muslim Malaysia LB / LW
15 Mohd Raimi Mohd Nor Malaysia LW / LB
2 Robert Cornthwaite Australia CB / RB
5 Muhd Shahrom Abdul Kalam (Captain) Malaysia CB / RB
17 Mohd Rizal Fahmi Abdul Rosid Malaysia CB
6 S. Subramaniam Malaysia CB / RB / DM
25 K. Gurusamy Malaysia CM / DM
23 S. Veenod Malaysia DM / CM
10 Nazmi Faiz Malaysia CM
16 Saiful Ridzuan Selamat Malaysia DM / CM
8 Leandro Dos Santos Brazil AM / ST
7 Andik Vermansyah Indonesia RW / LW / AM
24 Mohd Fitri Shazwan Raduwan Malaysia RW
11 Ahmad Hazwan Bakri Malaysia ST / LW
18 K. Thanaraj Malaysia LW / RW
13 Guilherme de Paula Lucrécio Brazil ST
14 Abdul Hadi Yahya Malaysia ST
9 Thamil Arasu Ambumamee Malaysia ST
19 Mohd Afiq Azmi Malaysia ST


For recent transfers, see List of Malaysian football transfers 2015

President's Cup squad (U-21)[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 Mohd Aniis Ismail
2 Malaysia MF Zain Azraai Sulaiman
3 Malaysia DF Mohd Shafiq Imran Omar
4 Malaysia DF Zaiful Abdul Hakim
5 Malaysia MF Muhd Hardee Shamsuri
6 Malaysia DF
7 Malaysia MF Muhd Hafiz Mohd Johar
8 Malaysia MF Muhd Haziq Rezal
9 Malaysia FW Sugunthan a/l Maniam
10 Malaysia FW K. Satish
11 Malaysia DF
12 Malaysia MF Mohd Ridhwan Johan
13 Malaysia FW Mohamad Azamudin Che Rusli
No. Position Player
14 Malaysia DF Salamon Raj a/l Adaickalam
15 Malaysia DF Jayrao a/l Sathia Seelan
16 Malaysia MF Abdul Raqib Abdul Razak
17 Malaysia MF Mohammad Amir Shafiz Mohd Anuar
18 Malaysia DF Kannan a/l Kalaiselvan
19 Malaysia MF Naven a/l Devarajoo
20 Malaysia DF Mohd Azrul Razman
21 Malaysia MF Muhammad Hazim Mohd Azmi
22 Malaysia GK Mohd Faiz Abdul Khalid
23 Malaysia DF Nurariff Daniel Zulkahar
24 Malaysia MF Mohamad Azman Mohamad Nor
25 Malaysia FW

Youth Cup squad (U-19)[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 Muhammad Haikal Mohd Hisham
2 Malaysia DF Muhammad Rahimy Mohd Ramly
3 Malaysia DF
4 Malaysia MF Mohamad Azman Mohamad Nor
5 Malaysia DF M. Tamilmaran
6 Malaysia DF
7 Malaysia MF Faridzul Muadz Paridhonathrat
8 Malaysia MF Muhammad Rahmat
9 Malaysia MF Muhammad Sharul Nizam Zainal
10 Malaysia FW Abdul Haziq
11 Malaysia MF Mohd Faizuddin Mohd Abidin
12 Malaysia MF Muhd Rizman Mahmud
13 Malaysia DF N. Dhinesh
No. Position Player
14 Malaysia FW Muhammad Nor Iman Mazlan
15 Malaysia DF Mohamad Afiq
16 Malaysia DF Muhammad Syukri Azman
17 Malaysia FW Muhammad Alif Saiddatul
18 Malaysia DF
19 Malaysia MF Muhammad Syahir
20 Malaysia DF Kesavan a/l Loghanathan
21 Malaysia DF Muhammad Hazim Mohd Azmi
22 Malaysia GK Nor Eqram Azray Suzhaimi
23 Malaysia DF Muhammad Syukri Azman
24 Malaysia GK Amirul Aiman Amran
25 Malaysia FW Mohammad Shazwan Shah


Kit manufacturers & shirt sponsors[edit]

Selangor's shirts have been made by manufacturers by Admiral (1978), Puma (from the 1982 until 1986), Adidas (1988)(2002)(2005–2010), Lotto (1993-2001), Kronos (2003-2004) and Kappa (2011- ). Like those of most other clubs, Selangor's shirts have featured sponsors since the 1980s; sponsors include Dunhill (1985–2004) Eon (1993), Courts (1998), Talam (2004), Celcom (2005), TM (2006-2008), Gapurna (2006-2008), Datum Corp (2010-2012), KDEB (2006-2009), Syabas (2006-2007), and MBI Group (2010-2012).

Club officials[edit]

Position Name
President Azmin Ali[5]
General Manager Amirudin Shari[6]
Assistant manager Noor Hisham Mohd Ghouth[7]
Head coach Mehmet Durakovic
Assistant coach Anuar Abu Bakar
Assistant coach P. Maniam
Fitness coach Mashiedee Sulaiman
Goalkeeping coach Abdul Rashid Hassan
Physiotherapist Khidir Abd Karim Alfadli Ali
Kitman Zurshydee Abu Samah
U21 Head coach
U21 Assistant coach Yogeswaran a/l Veeramalai
U21/U19 Fitness coach Khairulanwar Mohd Isa
U21 Goalkeeper coach
U21 Physio Mohd Fikri Hakim
U19 Head coach Noor Zaidi Rohmat
U19 Assistant coach
U19 Goalkeeper coach Shuhaimi Abdul Hamid

Coaches information[edit]

There have been 18 head coaches Selangor's first team since the appointment of the club's first professional coach, Datuk Abdul Ghani Minhat in 1970. The longest-running coaches were Chow Kwai Lam (1979–83) & Dollah Salleh (2005–08).

Coaches since 1970–[8]

Dates Name Notes
1970–1973 Malaysia Abdul Ghani Minhat
1975–1978 Malaysia M. Chandran
1979–1983 Malaysia Chow Kwai Lam
1983–1985 Malaysia Abdul Ghani Minhat
1986–1988 Malaysia M. Chandran
1989 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Stevan Bena
1989–1990 Malaysia Khaidir Buyong
1991 England Ken Worden
1992 Malaysia M. Chandran
1993 Germany Bernhard Schumm
1994–1996 England Ken Worden
1997–1998 England Steve Wicks
1998 Malaysia Ismail Zakaria
1999 England Mike Pejic
1999–2000 Malaysia K. Rajagobal
2001–2002 Malaysia Abdul Rahman Ibrahim
2002–2004 England Ken Worden
2004 Argentina Ruben Omar Larrosa
2004 Malaysia Ismail Ibrahim
2005–2008 Malaysia Dollah Salleh
2008–2011 Malaysia K. Devan
2011–2013 Malaysia Irfan Bakti Abu Salim
2014– Australia Mehmet Durakovic


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  2. ^ "". Official Portal Selangor State Government. 
  3. ^ "". Official Portal Selangor State Government. 
  4. ^ "Pemain Pasukan Piala Belia". FAS. Retrieved 19 August 2014. 
  5. ^ "FAS Exco agrees for Mohamed Azmin to be the new President". selangorkini. Retrieved 20 November 2014. 
  6. ^ "Amirudin is the manager of Selangor football team". selangorkini. Retrieved 29 January 2015. 
  7. ^ "Amirudin is the manager of Selangor football team". selangorkini. Retrieved 29 January 2015. 
  8. ^ "Sejarah Pengurus & Jurulatih". FAS Official website (in Malay). Retrieved 29 January 2015. 

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