2018–19 Piala Indonesia

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2018–19 Piala Indonesia
Country Indonesia
Dates8 May 2018 – 6 August 2019
Teams128[1]
Defending championsPersibo
ChampionsPSM (1st title)
Runners-upPersija
Matches played146
Goals scored506 (3.47 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Amido Baldé
Zulham Zamrun
(10 goals each)
Best playerZulham Zamrun
2012
2020
Goals scored in penalty shoot-outs are not included.

The 2018–19 Piala Indonesia (known as the Krating Daeng Piala Indonesia for sponsorship reasons[2]) was the seventh edition of Piala Indonesia.[1][3] 128 teams were accepted into the tournament, and it began with the first round on 8 May 2018, and concluded with the finals on 21 July and 6 August 2019.[4][5] The winner would qualify for the play-off round of the 2020 AFC Cup.[6]

Winner of the 2012 Piala Indonesia, Persibo were the defending champions,[3] as there were no competition from 2013 to 2017 for various reasons.[7][8] They were eliminated in the first round by Madura United.

PSM won the finals 2–1 on aggregate against Persija for their first title.[9]

Participating teams[edit]

The following 128 teams participated for the competition:[10]

Liga 1 Liga 2 Liga 3
the 18 teams of the 2018 season the 24 teams of the 2018 season the 35 teams of the 2018 season national zone the 39 teams of the 2017 season regional round winners the 11 invited teams

Format and seeding[edit]

Teams enter the competition at various stages, as follows:[1][10]

  • First stage (one-legged fixtures, the lower league team as home team)
    • First round: 128 teams from Liga 1, Liga 2, and Liga 3 divided into 16 zones, started the tournament
    • Second round: the 64 winners divided into 8 zones
  • Second stage (two-legged fixtures)[6]
    • Round of 32: the 32 winners divided into 4 zones
    • Round of 16: the 16 winners divided into 2 zones
  • Final stage (two-legged fixtures without zone division)
    • Quarter-finals: the 8 round of 16 winners are inserted into a bracket[11]
    • Semi-finals
    • Finals

Round and draw dates[edit]

The schedule of each round was as follows:[10]

Phase Round Draw date First leg Second leg
First stage First round 3 May 2018[4] 8 May – 2 September 2018[12][13]
Second round 10 November 2018[14] 20 November 2018 – 5 January 2019
Second stage Round of 32 8 January 2019[15] 23 January – 5 February 2019[15] 31 January – 16 February 2019[15]
Round of 16 8 February 2019[16] 15–19 February 2019[17] 20–24 February 2019[17]
Final stage Quarter-finals 15 April 2019[18] 24 April – 19 June 2019[11][5] 3 May – 27 June 2019[11][5]
Semi-finals 29–30 June 2019[5] 6–7 July 2019[5]
Finals 21 July 2019[5] 6 August 2019[19]

First stage[edit]

First round[edit]

The first round was featured by 128 teams. The first round matches were played from 8 May to 2 September 2018.[12] Match list sorted by zone.[10] All times are WIB (UTC+7).

Second round[edit]

The second round was featured by 64 teams which were the winners of the first round. The second round matches was played from 20 November 2018 to 5 January 2019. Match list sorted by zone.[30] All times are WIB (UTC+7).

Second stage[edit]

Round of 32[edit]

For the round of 32, the first legs was played from 23 January to 5 February 2019 and the second from 31 January to 16 February 2019.[15] The division shown for each team is the same as they registered from the first round. Match list sorted by zone. All times are WIB (UTC+7).

First leg
Second leg

Round of 16[edit]

For the round of 16, the first legs was played from 15–19 February 2019 and the second from 20–24 February 2019.[17] Match list sorted by zone. All times are WIB (UTC+7).

First leg
Second leg

Final stage[edit]

Bracket[edit]

  Quarter-finals Semi-finals Finals
                                   
Bali United 2 0 2  
Persija (a) 1 1 2  
  Persija 2 1 3  
  Borneo 1 1 2  
Borneo (a) 2 2 4
Persib 1 3 4  
  Persija 1 0 1
  PSM 0 2 2
Bhayangkara 4 0 4  
PSM (a) 2 2 4  
  PSM (a) 1 1 2
  Madura United 0 2 2  
Persebaya 1 1 2
Madura United 1 2 3  

Quarter-finals[edit]

For the quarter-finals, the first legs was played from 24 April – 19 June 2019 and the second from 3 May – 27 June 2019.[11][5]. All times are WIB (UTC+7).

First leg
Second leg

Semi-finals[edit]

For the semi-finals, the first legs was played from 29–30 June and the second from 6–7 July 2019.[5] All times are WIB (UTC+7).

First leg
Second leg

Finals[edit]

Persija1–0PSM
Report
Attendance: 70,306
Referee: Dwi Purba
PSM2–0Persija
Report
Attendance: 14,997
Referee: Fariq Hitaba

PSM won 2–1 on aggregate.

Statistics[edit]

Top goalscorers[edit]

Rank Player Team Goals
1 Guinea-Bissau Amido Baldé Persebaya 10
Indonesia Zulham Zamrun PSM
3 Indonesia Herman Dzumafo Bhayangkara 7
5 Indonesia Dendy Sulistyawan Bhayangkara (3), Persela (3) 6
Chad Ezechiel N'Douassel Persib
7 Indonesia Lerby Eliandry Borneo 5
Serbia Aleksandar Rakić Madura United
Croatia Marko Šimić Persija
Finland Eero Markkanen PSM

Awards[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The PSM v Persija match, originally scheduled on 28 July 2019, 15:30 UTC+7, was postponed to 8 August 2019 due to an attack on the Persija team bus when several players and officials were injured.[46][19]

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