Arseto F.C.

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Arseto FC
Full name Arseto Football Club
Nickname(s) The Cannon
Sky Blue Team
The White Buffalo
Founded 1978 as PS Arseto
Dissolved 1998
Ground Sriwedari Stadium
Solo, Indonesia
Ground Capacity 10,000
Owner PT. Arseto Petrokimia
President Sigid Harjoyudanto
Manager Brodjo Sudjono
Coach Sartono Anwar
League Galatama
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Arseto Football Club, which is commonly referred to simply as Arseto, was an Indonesian football club based in Solo, Province of Central Java, Indonesia. They played in Galatama.

Arseto FC was a Galatama association football club from Solo, Central Java, Indonesia. The club was established in 1978, founded by Sigid Harjoyudanto, who was the son of former President Suharto. Managed by owner of Universitas Surakarta Law Professor Brodjo Sudjono.

At first, the club was based in Jakarta. However, since 1983, after Suharto declared 9 September as National Sports Day during the inauguration of Sriwedari Stadium, Solo, Arseto began playing home games in Solo. The team home costumes are blue, so they dubbed as Sky Blue Team and The White Buffalo. Arseto declared the dissolution of its team in 1998, after the mass riots that year.


Arseto had won some honours during their existence, namely :

  • Piala Galatama 1985, champions
  • Galatama-Perserikatan Invitational Championship 1987, champions
  • Galatama 1987, champions

Famous player[edit]

Some Arseto players had competed for Indonesia national football team. Some public figures, namely :