|Number of teams||16 (National stage)|
|Levels on pyramid||1 (youth football)|
|Current champions||PSDS Deli Serdang
|Most championships||Persijap Jepara (3 titles)|
|2014 Soeratin Cup|
Soeratin name used as the name for the dedicated this championship trophy as a tribute to one of the main founder and the chairman of the Football Association of Indonesia (PSSI).
The participants of this competition comes from all junior clubs from all board members to thirty-three local football associations throughout Indonesia.
The competition begins with a competition at the district and the city that was held simultaneously across the board football union branches throughout Indonesia. The best team drove the next round of competition at the provincial level.
This provincial competition followed by the best teams from each competition that was held by the Indonesian football union branch manager in the area of the province. The competition is held by the Indonesian football association board area. Two to four best teams from every province of this round advanced to the regional level or the level of the island.
The competition level of this region was held in six regions of northern Sumatra, southern Sumatra, Java-Bali, Kalimantan (Borneo), Sulawesi and eastern Indonesia (Nusa Tenggara · Maluku · Papua). A total of thirty two teams qualify for the national level.
National competition held by the board Indonesian youth development section. This competition will produce future players for the Indonesia national football team.
- 1982: Persijap Jepara
- 1987: Persiss Sorong
- 1991: Persikasi Bekasi
- 1998: Persijap Jepara
- 2002: Persijap Jepara
- 2003: Persib Bandung
- 2004: PSIS Semarang
- 2005: PS Mojokerto Putra
- 2006: Persib Bandung
- 2007: Arema Cronus
- 2008: Persekap Pasuruan
- 2009: Perseba Bangkalan
- 2010–11: Villa 2000
- 2012: PSDS Deli Serdang
- Liga U18 & U16 Tunggu Kesiapan Tuan Rumah
- "PERSIJAP JEPARA" (in Indonesia). Retrieved 17 November 2014.
- Piala Suratin 1987
- Piala Suratin 1991
- "Piala Suratin: Diaktifkan Untuk Merangsang Junior" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 11 November 2014.
- (Indonesian) Official website of PSSI
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