2011 in Malaysian football

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Football in Malaysia
Season 2011
Men's football
Super League Kelantan
Premier League Selangor PKNS
FAM League NS Betaria FC
FA Cup Terengganu
Malaysia Cup Negeri Sembilan
Community Shield Kelantan
2010 Malaysia 2012

The 2011 season was the 32nd season of competitive football in Malaysia.

Promotion and Relegation[edit]

Teams relegated from the Malaysia Super League

Teams promoted to the Malaysia Super League

Teams relegated from the Malaysia Premier League

Teams promoted to the Malaysia Premier League

Coaching Changes[edit]

Club Outgoing Head Coach Date of vacancy Manner of departure Incoming Head Coach Date of appointment
Kelantan FA Malaysia B. Sathianathan 24 January 2011 Resigned Malaysia M. Karathu 26 January 2011[1]
Perlis FA Malaysia Mosthakeen Omar 1 March 2011[2] Resigned Malaysia Salim Tofel Mohamad (caretaker) 8 March 2011[3]
Kedah FA Malaysia Ahmad Yusof 7 March 2011[4] Gardening leave1 Malaysia Muhamad Radhi Mat Din (caretaker) 7 March 2011[4]
Negeri Sembilan FA Malaysia Wan Jamak Wan Hassan 16 March 2011[5] Resigned Malaysia Mohd Azraai Khor Abdullah 21 March 2011[6]
Kedah FA Malaysia Muhamad Radhi Mat Din (caretaker) 23 April 2011 End of caretaker role Malaysia Wan Jamak Wan Hassan 23 April 2011[7]
Perlis FA Malaysia Salim Tofel Mohamad (caretaker) 26 April 2011 End of caretaker role Hungary Jánós Krécská 26 April 2011[8]
Sabah FA Australia Gary Phillips 5 May 2011[9] Sacked Malaysia Justin Ganai 5 May 2011[9]

National teams competitions[edit]

Men's senior team[edit]

Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scorers
February 9  Hong Kong 2–0 (W) Shah Alam Stadium, Selangor (H) Friendly Match Safiq Goal 44' Amirul Hadi Goal 90+2'
March 26 Singapore Etoile FC[10] 1–1 (D) Jalan Besar Stadium, Jalan Besar (A) Friendly Match1 Fakri Goal 7'
June 3  Hong Kong 1–1 (D) Siu Sai Wan Sports Ground, Siu Sai Wan (A) Friendly Match Abdul Hadi Goal 66'
June 18  Myanmar 2–0 (W) Sultan Mohammad IV Stadium, Kota Bharu (H) Friendly Match Amirul Hadi Goal 28' Baddrol Goal 54'
June 24 Malaysia Harimau Muda A 3–1 (W) MBPJ Stadium, Selangor (H) Friendly Match1 Baddrol Goal 3' Fakri Goal 72' Sasi Kumar Goal 84'
June 29  Chinese Taipei[11] 2–1 (W) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification Safiq Goal 28' Aidil Goal 55'
July 3  Chinese Taipei[11] 2–3 (L) Taipei Municipal Stadium, Taipei (A) 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification Aidil Goal 8' Safiq Goal 40'
July 23  Singapore 3–5 (L) Jalan Besar Stadium, Jalan Besar (A) 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification Safee Goal 1, 71' Abdul Hadi Goal 70'
July 28  Singapore 1–1 (D) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification Safee Goal 58'
August 6 Malaysia Selangor FA 0–1 (L) Shah Alam Stadium, Selangor (A) Friendly Match1
October 2 Malaysia Malaysia U-23 3–0 (W) Wisma FAM, Selangor (H) Friendly Match1 Norshahrul Goal 36' Baddrol Goal 48' Shahrizal Goal 88'
October 7 Australia Australia 0–5 (L) Canberra Stadium, Canberra (A) Friendly Match
October 2 Malaysia Negeri Sembilan FA 2–0 (W) Tuanku Abdul Rahman Stadium, Paroi, Negeri Sembilan (A) Friendly Match1 Safiq Goal 40' Shahrizal Goal 91'
November 13 India India 1–1 (D) Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati (A) Friendly Match Safiq Goal 42'
November 16 India India 2–3 (L) Salt Lake Stadium, Kolkata (A) Friendly Match Safee Goal 45, 60'

League XI[edit]

Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scorers
July 13 England Arsenal[12] 0–4 (L)[13] National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly Match1 XI
July 16 England Liverpool[14] 3–6 (L)[15] National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly Match1 XI Safiq Goal 44' Safee Goal 79',Goal 82'
July 21 England Chelsea[16] 0–1 (L)[17] National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly Match1 XI

Men's under-23 team[edit]

* Malaysia's score always listed first

Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scorers
January 20 Thailand Thailand U-23 1–2 (L) Rajamangala Stadium, Thailand (A) Friendly Match Syahrul Azwari Goal 75'
January 24 Singapore Singapore U-23 2–0 (W) Jalan Besar Stadium, Singapore (A) Friendly Match Irfan Fazail Goal 23' Syahrul Azwari Goal 45+1'
February 23 Pakistan Pakistan U-23 2–0 (W) Shah Alam Stadium, Malaysia (H) Football at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Men's Asian Qualifiers Zaharulnizam Zakaria Goal 4' Irfan Fazail Goal 45+4'
March 9 Pakistan Pakistan U-23 0–0 (D) Punjab Football Stadium, Pakistan (A) Football at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Men's Asian Qualifiers
June 7 Cambodia Cambodia U-23 0–1 (L) National Olympic Stadium, Cambodia (A) Friendly Match
June 13 Qatar Qatar U-23 0–4 (L) Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium, Doha, Qatar (A) Friendly Match
June 19 Lebanon Lebanon U-23 0–0 (D) Sport City Stadium, Lebanon (A) Football at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Men's Asian Qualifiers
June 23 Lebanon Lebanon U-23 2–1 (W) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) Football at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Men's Asian Qualifiers Irfan Fazail Goal 7' Wan Zack Haikal Goal 40'
July 21 England Chelsea[18] 0–1 (L) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) Friendly Match
July 26 Slovakia FK Bodva Moldava 1–0 (W) Štadión Steel Slovakia Aréna, Slovakia (A) Friendly Match (Slovakian Tour) Wan Zack Haikal Goal 47'
July 30 Slovakia MFK Topvar Topoľčany[19] 2–1 (W) Futbalový Štadión Vojtecha Schotterta, Slovakia (A) Friendly Match (Slovakian Tour) Ferris Danial Goal 64' Fandi Othman Goal 87'
August 2 Slovakia MFK Tatran Liptovský[20] 2–1 (W) Štadión Liptovský Mikuláš, Slovakia (A) Friendly Match (Slovakian Tour) Hazwan Bakri Goal 10' Irfan Fazail Goal 86'
August 9 Hungary Budapest Honvéd FC 1–4 (L) Bozsik Stadion, Hungary (A) Friendly Match (Slovakian Tour) Wan Zack Haikal Goal 55'
August 16 Slovakia MFK Dolný Kubín 2–0 (W) Štadión MDUr. Ivana Chodáka, Slovakia (A) Friendly Match (Slovakian Tour) Wan Zack Haikal Goal 9' Hazwan Bakri Goal 37'
August 23 Slovakia FC Nitra 0–1 (L) Štadión pod Zoborom, Slovakia (A) Friendly Match (Slovakian Tour)
August 24 Slovakia FK Slovan Levice 1–0 (W) Futbalový Štadión Levice, Slovakia (A) Friendly Match (Slovakian Tour) Izuan Goal 3'
September 7 Iraq Arbil SC 0–0 (D) Wisma FAM, Malaysia (H) Friendly Match
September 15 Oman Oman U-23 0–1 (L) UiTM Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia (H) Friendly Match
September 21 Japan Japan U-23 0–2 (L) Tosu Stadium, Tosu, Japan (A) 2012 Summer Olympics Qualifiers
October 2  Malaysia 0–3 (L) Wisma FAM, Malaysia (H) Friendly Match
October 6 Malaysia Selangor FA 4–2 (W) Wisma FAM, Malaysia (H) Friendly Match Saarvindran Goal 4' Thamil Arasu Goal 23' Kok Luen Goal 80' Hazwan Bakri Goal 81'
October 15    Nepal 2–0 (W) MBPJ Stadium, Petaling Jaya (H) Friendly Match Izzaq Goal 81' Kuong Yong Goal 90'
October 19 Uzbekistan Uzbekistan U-23 1–3 (L) My Dinh Stadium, Hanoi (N) 2011 VFF Cup Fandi Othman Goal 91'
October 21 Myanmar Myanmar U-23 2–1 (W) My Dinh Stadium, Hanoi (N) 2011 VFF Cup Syahrul Azwari Goal 54' Bakhtiar Goal 85'
October 23 Vietnam Vietnam U-23 1–1 (D) My Dinh Stadium, Hanoi (A) 2011 VFF Cup Bakhtiar Goal 42'
October 30 Laos Laos U-23 4–1 (W) Shah Alam Stadium, Selangor (H) Friendly Match Fandi Goal 62' Syahrul Goal 72, 79' Thamil Arasu Goal 82'
November 7 Singapore Singapore U-23 0–0 (D) Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Jakarta (N) 2011 Southeast Asian Games
November 9 Thailand Thailand U-23 2–1 (W) Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Jakarta (N) 2011 Southeast Asian Games Baddrol Goal 24' Izzaq Goal 85'
November 13 Cambodia Cambodia U-23 4–1 (W) Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Jakarta (N) 2011 Southeast Asian Games Izzaq Goal 7' Baddrol Goal 36, 39' Wan Goal 90'
November 17 Indonesia Indonesia U-23 1–0 (W) Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Jakarta (A) 2011 Southeast Asian Games Syahrul Goal 17'
November 19 Myanmar Myanmar U-23 1–0 (W) Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Jakarta (N) 2011 Southeast Asian Games Fakri Goal 84'
November 21 Indonesia Indonesia U-23 1–1 PSO
4–3 (W)
Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Jakarta (A) 2011 Southeast Asian Games Asraruddin Goal 34'
November 23 Syria Syria U-23 0–2 (L) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2012 Summer Olympics Qualifiers
November 27 Bahrain Bahrain U-23 2–3 (L) National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur (H) 2012 Summer Olympics Qualifiers Nazmi Goal 28' Mahali Goal 69'
December 13 Australia Sydney FC 3–0 (W) Macquarie University Training Field, Sydney, Australia (A) Friendly Match Gurusamy Goal 40'
Hazwan Goal 81'90+2'
December 14 Australia Central Coast Mariners 0–1 (L) Mingara Athletics Track, Tumbi Umbi, New South Wales, Australia (A) Friendly Match
December 19 Australia Central Coast Mariners 4–1 (W) Mingara Athletics Track, Tumbi Umbi, New South Wales, Australia (A) Friendly Match Thamil Arasu Goal 13'
Hazwan Goal 48'60'
Fakri Goal 71'

Men's under-19 team[edit]

* Malaysia's score always listed first

Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition
September 9 Cambodia Cambodia U-19 0–0 (D) Thuwanna YTC Stadium, Myanmar (A) 2011 AFF U-19 Youth Championship
September 11 Thailand Thailand U-19 0–1 (L) Thuwanna YTC Stadium, Myanmar (A) 2011 AFF U-19 Youth Championship
September 13 Singapore Singapore U-19 6–0 (W) Thuwanna YTC Stadium, Myanmar (A) 2011 AFF U-19 Youth Championship
September 17 Philippines Philippines U-19 6–0 (W) Thuwanna YTC Stadium, Myanmar (A) 2011 AFF U-19 Youth Championship
September 19 Vietnam Vietnam U-19 1–2 (L) Thuwanna YTC Stadium, Myanmar (A) 2011 AFF U-19 Youth Championship
September 21 Myanmar Myanmar U-19 0–0 (D) PSO
4–2 (W)
Thuwanna YTC Stadium, Myanmar (A) 2011 AFF U-19 Youth Championship
October 31 Vietnam Vietnam U-19 0–0 (D) Thanh Long Sports Centre, Vietnam (A) 2012 AFC U-19 Championship qualification
November 2 Laos Laos U-19 4–1 (W) Thanh Long Sports Centre, Vietnam (A) 2012 AFC U-19 Championship qualification
November 6 North Korea Korea DPR U-19 1–4 (L) Thanh Long Sports Centre, Vietnam (A) 2012 AFC U-19 Championship qualification
November 8 Myanmar Myanmar U-19 0–0 (D) Thanh Long Sports Centre, Vietnam (A) 2012 AFC U-19 Championship qualification

Men's under-16 team[edit]

* Malaysia's score always listed first

Date Opponent Score* Venue Competition Malaysia scorers
July 7 Thailand Thailand U-16 2–2 (D) New Laos National Stadium, Laos (A) 2011 AFF U-16 Youth Championship Amirul Syafieq Goal 30' Hakimi Goal 70'
July 9 Indonesia Indonesia U-16 1–1 (D) New Laos National Stadium, Laos (A) 2011 AFF U-16 Youth Championship Adam Goal 49'
July 13 Laos Laos U-16 1–1 (D) New Laos National Stadium, Laos (A) 2011 AFF U-16 Youth Championship Adam Goal 72'
July 15 East Timor Timor-Leste U-16 3–1 (W) New Laos National Stadium, Laos (A) 2011 AFF U-16 Youth Championship Akram Goal 11' Adam Goal 34' Zahin Goal 70'

League Tables[edit]

Super League[edit]

A total of fourteen teams participated in the league, including twelve sides from the 2010 season and two promoted teams from the 2010 Malaysia Premier League.

Johor FA and Penang FA were relegated at the end of the 2010 Super League Malaysia after finishing the season in the bottom two places of the league table.

2010 Malaysia Premier League champions Felda United FC and runners-up Sabah FA secured direct promotion to the Super League.

Harimau Muda A secured a place in the Super League after KL Plus withdrew. Harimau had won the 2009 Premier League Malaysia before playing the 2010 campaign in the Slovak First League. Harimau represent the Malaysian Under 21 national football team.


Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Kelantan FA (C) 26 17 5 4 52 21 +31 56 2012 AFC Cup Group stage
2 Terengganu FA 26 16 5 5 54 26 +28 53
3 Selangor FA 26 16 4 6 42 24 +18 52
4 Kedah FA 26 13 6 7 25 20 +5 45
5 Harimau Muda A 26 12 7 7 38 28 +10 43
6 Perak FA 26 10 10 6 31 24 +7 40
7 Johor FC 26 8 10 8 26 28 −2 34
8 Negeri Sembilan FA 26 8 8 10 29 32 −3 32
9 PBDKT T-Team FC 26 9 4 13 35 40 −5 31
10 Sabah FA 26 7 7 12 24 32 −8 28
11 Felda United FC 26 7 7 12 22 34 −12 28
12 Kuala Lumpur FA 26 6 8 12 23 34 −11 26
13 Pahang FA (R) 26 5 7 14 19 36 −17 22 Relegation to 2012 Malaysia Premier League
14 Perlis FA (R) 26 2 4 20 20 61 −41 10

Updated to games played on 6 July 2011.
Source: FIFA
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored
(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.

Notes
  • PLUS withdrew from Super League before the start of 2011 season

Premier League[edit]

A total of twelve teams participated in the league, including eight sides from the 2010 Malaysia Premier League season, two newly promoted teams from 2010 Malaysia FAM Cup and two relegated teams from the 2010 Super League Malaysia season.

Johor FA and Penang FA were relegated from 2010 Malaysia Premier League after finishing the season in the bottom two places of the league table. There was a plan to merge Johor FA and Johor FC so that Johor FA can still compete at the Malaysia's top league, Malaysia Super League. The plan was drop due to unknown reason.

2010 Malaysia FAM Cup champions Sime Darby FC and runners-up Sinar Dimaja Mai Sarah FC secured direct promotion to the Malaysia Premier League.

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 PKNS FC (C) (P) 22 18 3 1 51 7 +44 57 Promotion to 2012 Malaysia Super League
2 Sarawak FA (P) 22 15 3 4 51 16 +35 48
3 PDRM FA 22 12 3 7 36 28 +8 39
4 Johor FA 22 11 3 8 37 25 +12 36
5 Sime Darby FC 22 10 5 7 22 12 +10 35
6 USM FC 22 11 2 9 32 30 +2 35
7 ATM FA 22 9 7 6 26 22 +4 34
8 Muar Municipal Council FC 22 8 4 10 29 42 −13 28
9 Pos Malaysia FC 22 7 6 9 26 36 −10 27
10 Harimau Muda B 22 5 5 12 24 28 −4 20
11 Sinar Dimaja Mai Sarah FC (R) 22 3 2 17 22 63 −41 11 Relegation to 2012 FAM Cup League
12 Penang FA (R) 22 1 1 20 14 61 −47 4

Updated to games played on 24 May 2011.
Source: Malaysia Premier League
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored
(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.

FAM League[edit]

A total of eleven teams participated in the league, including four sides from the 2010 Malaysia FAM Cup season, two relegated teams from the 2010 Malaysia Premier League season and featuring 5 new teams which two teams that won the National Region Play Off and three newly created teams which is Tentera Darat FC, TUDM Hornet FC and Kor RAMD FC.

SDMS Kepala Batas FC and Malacca FA were relegated from 2010 Malaysia Premier League after finishing the season in the bottom two places of the league table. National Region Play Off champions, Betaria FC and Rapid KL FC secured direct promotion to the Malaysia Premier League.


Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Negeri Sembilan Betaria FC 20 14 3 3 49 26 +23 45 Promotion to 2012 Malaysia Premier League
2 Johor MBJB FC 20 12 5 3 37 24 +13 41
3 Tentera Darat FC 20 10 5 5 45 29 +16 35
4 Shahzan Muda FC 20 9 8 3 37 22 +15 35
5 Kuala Lumpur Rapid FC 20 9 5 6 37 24 +13 32
6 Malacca FA 20 7 5 8 45 40 +5 26
7 UiTM FC 20 5 9 6 27 27 0 24
8 Kuala Lumpur SPA FC 20 6 6 8 31 36 −5 24
9 Kor RAMD FC 20 7 3 10 27 33 −6 24
10 TUDM Hornet FC 20 2 3 15 14 45 −31 9
11 Johor Melodi Jaya Sports Club 20 1 4 15 15 58 −43 7

Updated to games played on 22 May 2011.
Source: Malaysia Football Dimos
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored
(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.

President Cup[edit]

The final was played at Sultan Mohammad IV Stadium, Kelantan on Tuesday, 26 July 2011.

Tuesday, 26 July
8:45 GMT
Kelantan Kelantan FA 2 – 1 (a.e.t.) Johor MP Muar FC
Aris Zaidi Goal 8'
Izuan Rosli Goal 93'
Report Nor Hakim Hassan Goal 22'

Domestic Cups[edit]

Charity Shield[edit]

The 2011 edition was played at Shah Alam Stadium, Selangor on Saturday, 29 January 2011.

Saturday 29 January
8:45 GMT
Selangor Selangor FA 0 – 2 Kelantan FA Kelantan
Report Norshahrul Goal 8' (pen.)
Badri Radzi Goal 73'
Shah Alam Stadium, Selangor
Attendance: 40,000
Malaysia Charity Shield 2011 Winner
Kelantan
Kelantan FA
1st Charity Shield Title

FA Cup[edit]

The final was played at National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur, on Saturday, 11 June 2011.

Malaysia FA Cup 2011 Winner
Terengganu
Terengganu FA
2nd FA cup Title

Malaysia Cup[edit]

The final was played at the Shah Alam Stadium, Selangor, on Saturday, 29 October 2011. The original venue was the National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, but the Football Association of Malaysia were forced to change the venue because the national stadium were undergoing repairs on the stadium's roof.

29 October 2011
20:45
Terengganu FA Terengganu 1 – 2 Negeri Sembilan Negeri Sembilan FA
Mohd Ashaari Shamsuddin Goal 59' Report S. Kunalan Goal 81'
Hairuddin Omar Goal 86'
Shah Alam Stadium, Shah Alam, Selangor
Attendance: 60,000
Referee: Malaysia Mohd Shokri Nor
Malaysia Cup 2011 Winner
Negeri Sembilan
Negeri Sembilan FA
3rd Malaysia Cup Title

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