2011–12 Indonesia Super League
|Relegated||PSMS Medan |
|Goals scored||918 (3 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Beto Gonçalves |
|Biggest home win||Persidafon 6–0 Persiram |
(8 May 2012)
Persipura 7–1 PSAP
(7 June 2012)
|Biggest away win||Persiram 0–6 Persija |
(11 December 2011)
|Highest scoring||Persidafon 4–5 Persela |
(18 January 2012)
|Longest winning run||Sriwijaya |
|Longest unbeaten run||Sriwijaya |
|Longest winless run||Persiram Raja Ampat |
|Longest losing run||Deltras |
|Highest attendance||50,000 |
Persija 2–2 Persib
(27 May 2012)
|Lowest attendance||0 |
Persiram 5–2 Persidafon
(9 February 2012)
Persib 0–1 Persipura
(29 April 2012)
Persidafon 0–3 Persiwa (WO)
(12 June 2012)
Persija 4–0 PSPS
(19 June 2012)
Persija 1–2 Persiram
(30 June 2012)
The 2011–12 Indonesia Super League season is the 4th season of the Indonesia Super League (ISL), a fully professional football competition as the top tier of the football league pyramid in Indonesia. The season scheduled begins on 1 December 2011. Persipura Jayapura are the defending champions, having won their 3rd league title the previous season.
This season is also the first season of ISL organized without authorization from PSSI due to internal conflict. PSSI under chairman Johar Arifin has officially decided to replace ISL as a top level with the Indonesian Premier League. It is then recognized by other faction of PSSI under chairman La Nyalla Matalatti.
After the signing of the MoU between Djohar Arifin Husein (PSSI) and La Nyalla Matalitti (KPSI-PSSI) that initiated by FIFA and the AFC through the AFC force task, Indonesia Super League will be under the control of the joint committee to remain manageable by PT Liga Indonesia until the establishment of a new professional competition by the committee.
- 1 Teams
- 2 League table
- 3 Results
- 4 Promotion/Relegation play-off
- 5 Season statistics
- 6 Attendances
- 7 References
Persibo Bojonegoro, Persema Malang and PSM Makassar were relegated before the end of the 2010–11 season after lived league. They were replaced by the best three teams from the 2010–11 Liga Indonesia Premier Division, Persiba Bantul, Mitra Kukar FC and Persiraja Banda Aceh.
Fourth-placed Premier Division sides Persidafon Dafonsoro promoted to Indonesia Super League after winning the relegation/promotion play-off against 15th placed 2010-11 Indonesia Super League sides Bontang FC by score 3–2.
2010–11 Liga Indonesia Premier Division best-eight teams sides PSAP Sigli, Persiram Raja Ampat, Gresik United and PSMS Medan replaced Persijap Jepara, Semen Padang FC, Persiba Bantul and Persiraja Banda Aceh after that four teams joined to 2011–12 Indonesian Premier League.
Stadium and locations
1 = Ground share with Persipura Jayapura during Persidafon Stadium Barnabas Youwe renovation.
2 = Persiram Raja Ampat based in Jakarta because no stadium representative in Raja Ampat Islands.
3 = PSAP Sigli based in Banda Aceh for a while since Kuta Asan stadium was being renovated.
4 = The stadium was almost complete renovation, Persiram could use it again on 10 March 2012 as host Persisam Putra Samarinda.
Personnel and kits
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players and Managers may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- 1Charis Yulianto was previously Arema's captain, he was replaced by Seme Pierre Pattrick as captain until April. Once recruited Dzumafo Herman Epandi from PSPS Pekanbaru. Dzumafo was handed the captaincy.
- 2Budi Sudarsono was Deltras captain until January, when he was injured. Mijo Dadić was handed the captaincy in Budi's absence. Budi was handed the captaincy back in May after returning from injury.
- 3Agus Indra Kurniawan was previously Gresik's captain until April.Now Gustavo Chena was handed the captaincy.
- 4Pierre Njanka was previously Mitra's captain. Following Njanka's transfer to Persisam Putra Samarinda, Hamka was handed the captaincy.
- 5Boaz Solossa was Persipura's captain until March, when he was diagnosed with knee injury. Gerald Pangkali was handed the captaincy in Boaz's absence.
- 6Oktovianus Maniani was previously Persiram's captain until May. Following Okto's fired by the management for leaving the team without permission, Kubay was handed the captaincy.
- 7Muhammad Roby was previously Persisam's captain until April, when he was sentenced for committing acts of discipline. Eka Ramdani was handed the captaincy.
- 8Markus Haris Maulana was previously PSMS's captain. Following Markus's transfer to PSMS IPL, Novi Hendriawan and Zulkarnain was handed the captaincy until April. After that Saša Zečević was handed the captaincy.
- 9Dzumafo Herman Epandi was previously PSPS's captain. Following Dzumafo's transfer to Arema Indonesia, Dedi Gusmawan was handed the captaincy.
In addition, Nike will have a new design for their match ball (white from August to October and March to May; high-visibility yellow from November through February) called Seitiro, featuring a modified flame design.
|Team||Outgoing coach||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Incoming coach||Date of appointment|
|Persija Jakarta||Rahmad Darmawan||Signed by Indonesia U-23||June 2011||Dejan Gluscevic||August 2011|
|PSMS Medan||Freddy Mulli||Signed by Gresik United||July 2011||Abdurrahman Gurning||July 2011|
|Persidafon Dafonsoro||Agus Yuwono||Contract terminated||July 2011||Sergei Dubrovin||August 2011|
|Mitra Kukar||Benny Dollo||Contract terminated||July 2011||Simon McMenemy||September 2011|
|Persiwa Wamena||Suharno||Contract terminated||July 2011||Gomes de Olivera||September 2011|
|PSPS Pekanbaru||Abdurrahman Gurning||Signed by PSMS Medan||July 2011||Mundari Karya||September 2011|
|Sriwijaya||Ivan Kolev||Contract terminated||July 2011||Kas Hartadi||September 2011|
|Persiram Raja Ampat||Raja Isa||Contract terminated||August 2011||Bambang Nurdiansyah||August 2011|
|Deltras||Nus Yadera||Contract terminated||August 2011||Jörg Steinebrunner||September 2011|
|Persela Lamongan||Subangkit||Contract terminated||August 2011||Miroslav Janu||September 2011|
|Persija Jakarta||Dejan Gluscevic||Negotiation terminated||August 2011||Iwan Setiawan||September 2011|
|Persib Bandung||Daniel Roekito||Contract terminated||August 2011||Drago Mamić||September 2011|
|PSMS Medan||Abdurrahman Gurning||Resigned||August 2011||Raja Isa||September 2011|
|Persisam Putra||Hendri Susilo||Mutual concent||September 2011||Daniel Roekito||September 2011|
|Arema Indonesia||Miroslav Janu||Signed by Persela Lamongan||September 2011||Wolfgang Pikal||November 2011|
|Pelita Jaya||Misha Radovic||Sacked||22 October 2011||Djajang Nurdjaman (caretaker)||22 October 2011|
|Team||Outgoing coach||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Position in table||Incoming coach||Date of appointment|
|Arema Indonesia||Wolfgang Pikal||Sacked||5 January 2012||16th||Joko Susilo (caretaker)||5 January 2012|
|Pelita Jaya||Djajang Nurdjaman||End of caretaker role||19 January 2012||9th||Rahmad Darmawan||19 January 2012|
|PSMS Medan||Raja Isa||Sacked||3 February 2012||15th||Suharto A.D (caretaker)||4 February 2012|
|Persisam Putra||Daniel Roekito||Resigned||21 February 2012||10th||Hendri Susilo (caretaker)||21 February 2012|
|Persiba Balikpapan||Hariyadi||Mutual concent||6 March 2012||9th||Peter Butler||7 March 2012|
|Mitra Kukar||Simon McMenemy||Sacked||23 March 2012||4th||Sukardi Kardok (caretaker)||24 March 2012|
|Persib Bandung||Drago Mamić||Resigned||28 March 2012||7th||Robby Darwis (caretaker)||28 March 2012|
|Gresik United||Freddy Mulli||Resigned||28 March 2012||14th||Abdurrahman Gurning||31 March 2012|
|Deltras||Jörg Steinebrunner||Resigned||14 April 2012||17th||Blitz Tarigan||15 April 2012|
|Mitra Kukar||Sukardi Kardok||End of caretaker role||16 April 2012||5th||Stefan Hansson||17 April 2012|
|Persisam Putra||Hendri Susilo||End of caretaker role||22 April 2012||11th||Misha Radovic||22 April 2012|
|PSAP Sigli||Arman||Mutual concent||30 April 2012||17th||Jessie Mustamu||30 April 2012|
|Persiba Balikpapan||Peter Butler||Resigned||8 May 2012||6th||Peter Schaller||10 May 2012|
|Arema Indonesia||Joko Susilo||End of caretaker role||10 May 2012||18th||Suharno||10 May 2012|
|Gresik United||Abdurrahman Gurning||Sacked||10 May 2012||12th||Djoko Susilo||11 May 2012|
|Persiram Raja Ampat||Bambang Nurdiansyah||Sacked||4 June 2012||18th||Jaya Hartono||6 June 2012|
1Those players who were born and started their professional career abroad but have since gained Indonesia Residency;
2Foreign residents or foreign residents of Indonesian descent who have chosen to represent Indonesian national team;
3Players with Indonesian descent who were born and started their professional career abroad, but will have since gained Indonesia Residency;
4Those players who were born and started their professional career abroad, but will have since gained Indonesia Residency;
5Replacement of foreign players in the second phase of the Transfer Windows;
6New players in the second phase of the Transfer Windows;
7Injury Replacement Players
||Qualification or relegation|
|11||Persisam Putra Samarinda||34||12||7||15||44||42||+2||43|
|14||Persiram Raja Ampat||34||10||8||16||45||63||−18||38|
|15||Persegres Gresik United (O)||34||11||5||18||36||69||−33||38||Qualification for ISL relegation play-off|
|16||PSMS Medan (R)||34||9||9||16||43||62||−19||36||Relegation to Premier Division|
|17||Deltras Sidoarjo (R)||34||9||8||17||34||48||−14||35|
|18||PSAP Sigli (R)||34||6||9||19||33||66||−33||27|
Updated to games played on 11 July 2012.
Source: 2011–12 Super League table
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored
Persijap Jepara, Persiraja Banda Aceh, Semen Padang FC, and Persiba Bantul withdrew from 2011–12 Indonesia Super League and moved to 2011–12 Indonesian Premier League, they replaced by Persiram Raja Ampat, PSAP Sigli, PSMS Medan and Gresik United
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (E) = Eliminated; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.
Only applicable when the season is not finished:
(Q) = Qualified to the phase of tournament indicated; (TQ) = Qualified to tournament, but not yet to the particular phase indicated; (RQ) = Qualified to the relegation tournament indicated; (DQ) = Disqualified from tournament.
|Home \ Away||ARE||DEL||MKU||PEL||PGU||PSL||PSB||PBA||PSDF||PSJ||PPR||PSRM||PPSA||PWA||PSAP||MED||RIA||SRI|
|Persiram Raja Ampat||1–0||3–1||2–1||2–1||1–1||2–2||1–2||1–0||5–2||0–6||0–0||0–0||2–1||4–1||3–03||1–2||1–2|
|Persisam Putra Samarinda||2–0||1–1||1–2||1–4||4–0||0–1||2–1||0–1||3–0||1–1||3–1||2–2||2–0||3–1||4–2||2–1||0–1|
Updated to games played on 11 July 2012.
Source: 2011–12 Super League Schedule · 2011–12 Super League result
1 ^ The home team is listed in the left-hand column.
2 Persidafon Dafonsoro loses 0–3 against Persiwa Wamena after failed to held the match on 12 June 2012 at Barnabas Youwe Stadium
3 PSMS Medan loses 0–3 against Persiram Raja Ampat after did not attend the match on 30 May 2012 at Wombik Stadium
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.
|Gresik United (O)|
Indonesia Super League
|3–1||PSIM Yogyakarta |
Liga Indonesia Premier Division
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|1||Alberto Gonçalves||Persipura Jayapura||25|
|2||Mario Costas||Persela Lamongan||22|
|4||Greg Nwokolo||Pelita Jaya||20|
|Safee Sali||Pelita Jaya||20|
|6||Boakay Eddie Foday||Persiwa Wamena||19|
|Ikpefua Osas Marvelous||PSMS Medan||19|
|8||Cristian Gonzáles||Persisam Putra||18|
|10||Aldo Barreto||Persiba Balikpapan||17|
|Dedi Gusmawan||Persela Lamongan||PSPS Pekanbaru|
|Hamka Hamzah||Persisam Putra Samarinda||Mitra Kukar|
|Jajang Sukmara||Persipura Jayapura||Persib Bandung|
|Kubay Quaiyan||Persib Bandung||Persiram Raja Ampat|
|Luc Zoa||Deltras||Persisam Putra|
|Precious Emuejeraye||Arema Indonesia||Persija Jakarta|
|Rahmad||Arema Indonesia||PSMS Medan|
|Hilton Moreira||Sriwijaya||Arema Indonesia||5–1||8 January 2012|
|Patrich Wanggai||Persidafon Dafonsoro||Persela Lamongan||4–5||18 January 2012|
|Mario Costas||Persela Lamongan||Persidafon Dafonsoro||5–4||18 January 2012|
|Marcio Souza||Arema Indonesia||Deltras||3–3||18 January 2012|
|Gaston Castano||Gresik United||Persidafon Dafonsoro||3–2[permanent dead link]||18 February 2012|
|Zaenal Arif||PSPS Pekanbaru||Gresik United||3–0||6 March 2012|
|Safee Sali4||Pelita Jaya||Gresik United||6–1[permanent dead link]||24 March 2012|
|Bambang Pamungkas||Persija Jakarta||PSMS Medan||3–3||30 March 2012|
|Cristian Gonzáles4||Persisam Putra||Gresik United||4–0||29 May 2012|
|Eddie Foday||Persiwa Wamena||PSAP Sigli||4–1||3 June 2012|
|Alberto Gonçalves||Persipura Jayapura||PSAP Sigli||7–1||7 June 2012|
|Pedro Velázquez||Persija Jakarta||PSPS Pekanbaru||4–0||19 June 2012|
|Mario Costas||Persela Lamongan||Gresik United||6–2||25 June 2012|
|Alberto Gonçalves||Persipura Jayapura||Mitra Kukar||4–2||27 June 2012|
- 4 Player scored 4 goals
- First goal of the season: Ricardo Merani for Persiwa Wamena against Gresik United (1 December 2011)
- Fastest goal of the season: 13 seconds – Pedro Velázquez for Persija Jakarta against PSAP Sigli (18 April 2012)
- Widest winning margin: 6 goals
- Highest scoring game: 9 goals
- Most goals scored in a match by a single team: 7 goals
- Most goals scored in a match by a losing team: 4 goals
- Widest away winning margin: 6 goals
- Most goals scored by an away team: 6 goals
- Most Clean Sheets: 14
- Persija Jakarta
- Fewest clean sheets: 5
- Arema Indonesia
- Persiba Balikpapan
- Persidafon Dafonsoro
|5||Persegres Gresik United||257,294||23,400||2,285||15,135||n/a†|
|7||Persisam Putra Samarinda||202,352||14,680||7,175||11,903||−0.3%|
|18||Persiram Raja Ampat||61,390||15,230||0||3,611||n/a†|
Updated to games played on 11 July 2012
Source: Indonesia Super League
† Team played previous season in Premier Division.
Top 10 Attendances
|Attendance||Date||Home||Score||Away||Venue||Weekday||Time of Day|
|50,000||27 May 2012||Persija Jakarta||2–2||Persib Bandung||Gelora Bung Karno Stadium||Sunday||Afternoon|
|43,103||27 May 2012||Sriwijaya||1–0||Persipura Jayapura||Gelora Sriwijaya Stadium||Sunday||Evening|
|34,126||30 June 2012||Arema Indonesia||0–0||Gresik United||Kanjuruhan Stadium||Saturday||Evening|
|33,725||17 May 2012||Arema Indonesia||5–3||Mitra Kukar||Kanjuruhan Stadium||Thursday||Afternoon|
|31,830||12 June 2012||Arema Indonesia||3–1||Deltras||Kanjuruhan Stadium||Tuesday||Afternoon|
|30,000||29 January 2012||Persib Bandung||1–0||Persija Jakarta||Si Jalak Harupat Stadium||Sunday||Evening|
|29,753||3 March 2012||Sriwijaya||3–1||Persisam Putra Samarinda||Gelora Sriwijaya Stadium||Saturday||Afternoon|
|29,734||17 March 2012||Sriwijaya||1–0||Persiram Raja Ampat||Gelora Sriwijaya Stadium||Saturday||Evening|
|29,271||24 June 2012||Arema Indonesia||3–1||Persiba Balikpapan||Kanjuruhan Stadium||Sunday||Evening|
|25,553||20 June 2012||Sriwijaya||3–0||Persela Lamongan||Gelora Sriwijaya Stadium||Wednesday||Afternoon|
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