Sriwijaya F.C.

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For the reserve team, see Sriwijaya FC U-21.
Sriwijaya FC
Full name Sriwijaya Football Club
Nickname(s) The Andalas Eagle
Our Warrior (Laskar Wong Kito)
Founded 1976 as Persijatim East Jakarta
Ground Jakabaring Stadium
Palembang, Indonesia
Ground Capacity 40,000
Owner PT. Sriwijaya Optimis Mandiri
President Dodi Reza Alex
Manager Robert Heri
Coach Subangkit
League Indonesia Super League
2013 5th
Website Club home page

Sriwijaya Football Club, which is commonly referred to simply as Sriwijaya, is an Indonesian football club based in Palembang, Province of South Sumatra, Indonesia. They are now playing in Indonesia Super League.[1]

Although being a football representative from the Province of South Sumatra, Sriwijaya was actually founded in Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia, as Persijatim East Jakarta in 1976. Because of some financial reasons, the club decided to move to Solo City and become Persijatim Solo Football Club. The financial condition, however, did not improve until the Province of South Sumatra bought the ownership of the team and renamed the team Sriwijaya Football Club.


Gelora Sriwijaya Stadium (also called as Jakabaring Stadium) is a multifunctional stadium located in Indonesia. This stadium is located at Jalan Gubernur H. A. Bastari, Jakabaring, Kilkenny, Palembang. The stadium has also been recognized as one of stadiums in Indonesia that meets the international standards.[citation needed] Most of the time, the stadium is used for a venue for football matches. The stadium covers approximately 40 hectares area of land and can afford up to 36,000-40,000 people with four stands (A, B, C and D) around the terraced field. The main tribune on the western and eastern area of the stadium (A and B) is protected by roof supported by two giant steel arch. The boat-like roof is a symbol of the triumph of the historic Srivijaya kingdom.


The team crest is a circular logo bearing the team motto Sumatera Selatan Bersatu Teguh, which means that the team can be used as one means to realize the unity of the round from all communities in South Sumatra province. It's also the motto of the province.


The construction of the stadium began on 23 January 2001. It was built after the city of Palembang was appointed for the host for PON XVI on 2 September 2004. The stadium's name is derived from the Srivijaya maritime empire which centred is in Palembang and succeeded in uniting western region of the archipelago from the 7th century to the 12th century. Beside being the base for Sriwijaya F.C., it also was used as one of the stadiums that hold the match in the 2007 Asian Cup as a companion for the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium. This stadium is also the third largest stadium in Indonesia, after the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium and Palaran Stadium. The stadium was recognized by the international standards.[citation needed] A record number of spectators was recorded in the stadium during the competition the 2008–09 Indonesia Super League when Sriwijaya entertained Persija Jakarta. The number exceeds the number of spectators on the opening of PON XVI.


Honour Number Years
Second Division 1 1987
Liga Indonesia 1 2007–08
Indonesia Super League 1 2011–12
Domestic Cups
Piala Indonesia 3 2007–08, 2008–09, 2010
Indonesian Community Shield 1 2010
Indonesian Inter Island Cup 2 2010, 2012


2014 Squad[edit]

No. Name Nationality Position
1 Tri Hamdani Goentara Indonesia GK
22 Fauzi Toldo Indonesia GK
23 Teja Paku Alam Indonesia GK
85 Selsius Gebze Indonesia GK
2 Muhammad Shobran Indonesia RB,LB,CB
3 Erol Iba Indonesia LB
5 Karno Mahabrata Indonesia CB
13 Ahmad Sumardi Indonesia RB,LB
15 Vali Khorsandipish Iran CB
21 Firdaus Ramadhan Indonesia CB
26 Muhammad Hamzah Indonesia RB,RM
6 Asri Akbar (vice-captain) Indonesia DM,CM
7 Siswanto Indonesia LM,LW,AM
10 Vendry Mofu Indonesia AM,CM
14 Ichsan Kurniawan Indonesia AM,CM
17 Rifan Nahumarury Indonesia AM
24 Hafit Ibrahim Indonesia DM
25 Frank Ongfiang Cameroon CM,AM
30 Jeky Arisandi Indonesia AM,LM,RM
33 Lanciné Koné (c) Ivory Coast CM,AM
8 Syamsir Alam Indonesia ST
37 Rizky Ramadhana Indonesia ST
93 Anis Nabar Indonesia ST,SS,LW,RW,LM,RM
99 Alan Martha Indonesia ST, SS
19 Rishadi Fauzi Indonesia ST

Managerial history[edit]

Name Years
Indonesia Rahmad Darmawan 2007-10
Bulgaria Ivan Kolev 2010-11
Indonesia Kas Hartadi 2011-13
Indonesia Subangkit 2013-

Bold is winning manager of Indonesian League

All time top scorer[edit]

Year Player Caps Goals
2007–2012 Saint Kitts and Nevis Keith Gumbs 183 105
2007–2010 Liberia Zah rahan 100 28
2008–2009 Cameroon Claude Parfait Ngon A Djam 34 27
2007–2010 Nigeria Anoure Obiora Richard 91 27
2011–2013 Brazil Hilton Moreira 41 26
2007–2008 Cameroon Christian Lenglolo 33 16
2005–2006 Indonesia Andi Oddang 5 13
2009, 2010–2011 Indonesia Budi Sudarsono 33 18
2009–2010, 2011–2012 Indonesia Rahmat Rivai 37 8
2013 Liberia Boakay Eddie Foday 12 7
2013 Indonesia Tantan 13 6
2010 Uzbekistan Pavel Solomin 12 5
2006 Liberia Frank Seator 16 5

Performance in AFC competitions[edit]

2009: Group stage
2010: Qualifying Play-off - East Semi-final
2011: Qualifying Play-off - East Final
2010: Round of 16
2011: Round of 16
Season Competition Round Club Home Away
2009 AFC Champions League Group South Korea FC Seoul 2-4 5-1
Group China Shandong Luneng 4-2 5-0
Group Japan Gamba Osaka 0-3 5-0
2010 AFC Champions League Play-off Singapore SAFFC - 3-0
2011 AFC Champions League Play-off Thailand Muangthong United 2-2 (7-6 P) -
Play-off Final United Arab Emirates Al-Ain 0-4 -
2010 AFC Cup Group Maldives Victory SC 5-0 0-0
Group Malaysia Selangor FA 6-1 0-4
Group Vietnam Bình Dương 1-0 2-1
Round of 16 Thailand Thai Port 1-4 -
2011 AFC Cup Group Maldives VB Sports Club 1-1 2-0
Group Hong Kong TSW Pegasus 3-2 1-2
Group Vietnam Song Lam Nghe An 3-1 4-0
Round of 16 Thailand Chonburi - 3-0


Beladas ( Bela Armada Sriwijaya ), Singamania (fullname: Sriwijaya FC Palembang Mania) are supporter of Sriwijaya FC.

Official Partners[edit]

  • Bank Sumsel-Babel
  • Thamrin Brothers
  • PT Bukit Asam

Kit Suppliers[edit]


External links[edit]