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Bali United
Bali United's crest
Full nameBali United Football Club
Nickname(s)Serdadu Tridatu (Tridatu Warriors)[1]
Short nameBUFC, BU
Founded1989; 30 years ago (1989), as Putra Samarinda F.C.
15 February 2015; 4 years ago (2015-02-15), as Bali United F.C.
GroundKapten I Wayan Dipta Stadium
PT Bali Bintang Sejahtera Tbk[3](66.7%)
Other shareholders[4]
ChairmanPieter Tanuri
Head coachStefano Cugurra[5]
LeagueLiga 1
2019Liga 1, 1st
WebsiteClub website
Current season

Bali United Football Club, commonly known as Bali United, is a professional football club based in Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia, that competes in the Liga 1, the top flight of Indonesian football. Nicknamed "Serdadu Tridatu", the club was founded as Putra Samarinda Football Club in 1989, changed its name to Bali United in 2015 and moved to its current stadium, Kapten I Wayan Dipta Stadium.

Bali United have won the second tier of Indonesian football once when they still named Persisam Putra Samarinda, and were once runners-up of the first tier.


Early years (1989–2003)[edit]

The club was formed in 1989 as Putra Samarinda Football Club, or often called Pusam, by a local businessman, Harbiansyah Hanafiah, to competed in semi-professional competition Galatama. But when the top two competition in Indonesia, Perserikatan and Galatama, merged to form Liga Indonesia, Pusam suffered a financial crisis throughout the time. In 2000, they were forced to withdraw from the Premier Division and were sentenced to drop to First Division. The following season they were also absent so they were again sentenced to go down to Second Division.[6][7]

Merge with Persisam (2003–2014)[edit]

Besides Pusam, there was one more club in Samarinda which was a former Perserikatan team, Persatuan Sepakbola Indonesia Samarinda, or commonly known as Persisam. Persisam, unlike Pusam, did not experience financial problems because at that time they received financial assistance from the city government of Samarinda. Unfortunately, their achievements were not so good. Even to the point of being relegated into the second division in 2002–03 season. The two teams then decided to merge in 2003 and formed Persisam Putra Samarinda.[8] By obtained funding sources from the Samarinda City Regional Budget (APBD Samarinda) and Pusam's license to competed in Liga Indonesia, they started from the second division.[7]

The club's achievements after the merger was slowly skyrocketed. Entering the second round of the Second Division in the 2005 season, they were automatically promoted to First Division. Two seasons in the third-tier of Indonesian football competition, Persisam Putra rose to the Premier Division in the 2008–09 season and immediately kicked off by becoming champions.[9] They were promoted to the Indonesia Super League.[6]

Entering the 2014 season, Harbiansyah Hanafiah rename the club back to Putra Samarinda which aims to revive the glory of Putra Samarinda which was replaced by Persisam.[10] Unfortunately, the club was like being abandoned by fans because there was an issue stating that Pusam was then used as political land. In addition, the club was shocked because of the corruption cases carried out by a number of their officials.[7]

Bali United era (2014–present)[edit]

To improve their marketability and higher chance of success, Putra Samarinda changed their name to Bali United. The team was relocated from Samarinda, East Kalimantan to Gianyar, Bali. Harbiansyah Hanafiah, the main commissioner of Putra Samarinda explained that he was willing to change the name of the club and relocated to Bali because there were no representative of Bali in the highest football tier in Indonesia. Moreover, Pusam's previous financial condition was very apprehensive. So, after cooperating with one of the tire manufacturers, Corsa, he hoped that the club would not dissolved.[11]

The first breakthrough of the club was to appoint Indra Sjafri as manager. In the hands of the former Indonesia national under-19 football team head coach, Bali United was transformed into a club that relied more on young players. He brought several U-19 national team players who had been trained by him to be given the opportunity to play in the top flight competition in Indonesia.[12]

Bali United competed in AFC competition for the first time in their history as a result of becoming runner-up in 2017 season. They represented Indonesia because the champions, Bhayangkara failed to obtain an AFC licence.[13] The club made their debut in the AFC Champions League on 16 January 2018 with a 3–1 win over Tampines Rovers in the preliminary stage round 1.[14] But they failed to make it to the group stage, because they lost 1–2 to Chiangrai United in the preliminary stage round 2.[15] They also debuted in the AFC Cup in 2018 where they were eliminated in the group stage after only finished in 4th.[16]

In April 2019, PT Bali Bintang Sejahtera Tbk announced that they were prepare IDR 2 billion initial public offering (IPO) on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. Shares were set to go on sale for between IDR 120 and IDR 180 each,[17] and actually became IDR 175 by the launch of the IPO on 10 June.[18] They officially became the first professional football club in Indonesia and Southeast Asia, also second in Asia after Guangzhou Evergrande, to go public after being floated on the Indonesia Stock Exchange on 17 June 2019.[19][20]

Colours, badge, and nicknames[edit]

Bali United have played in red shirts for home, white for away, and black for third since 2015. The colours are based on the Hinduism sacred color, Tridatu,[21] which then led to the nickname Serdadu Tridatu (Tridatu Warriors).[1] Originally, they played in orange shirts when the club was still named Putra Samarinda and Persisam Putra Samarinda.[22]

Bali United's official emblem has undergone several changes, following the merger and changes in name and location. When merging with Persisam, the emblem used has a round shape, adorned with Persisam Putra Samarinda text in two colors (red and black) and two stars that flank an eagle that flaps its wings which bring out the nickname Elang Borneo (Borneo Eagle).[23] Then, irrawaddy dolphin logo appears for the first time when Persisam competed in the 2011–12 Indonesia Super League. Previously, the irrawaddy dolphin was more familiar as the Putra Samarinda logo when competed in Galatama. A dark-and-bright orange shield with two dolphins flanking a ball. At the bottom, there was the writing of Persisam Putra (Putra Samarinda in 2014) and Dayak typical carvings at the top of the logo, gave them the nickname Pesut Mahakam (Mahakam Dolphin).[24]

In 15 February 2015, Bali United launched for the first time in Kapten I Wayan Dipta Stadium with the announced of new jerseys, players, and badge. The badge shows the word Bali United on top, with the abbreviation of the club's name (BU) and the black-and-white background that is identical to the poleng cloth in Bali symbolizes Rwa Bhineda.[25]

The mascot of Bali United is Jalbo that takes shape of Jalak Bali (Bali myna) and Cebol that takes shape of Celuluk, mythological creatures in Bali. Jalbo is stands for Jalak Boys. Jalbo is the mascot from Northsideboys 12.[26] Meanwhile, Cebol is stands for Celuluk Bola. Cebol is the mascot from Semeton Dewata.[27]

The official anthem of Bali United is Rasa Bangga, or Pride in English, composed by The Resistance band.[28] The anthem is always sung by all the fans, players, and staffs of Bali United after home or away game since the first time started in 2017 season when they won against PSM on 23 July 2017.[29]


A view of a football pitch and the main stands from east tribune.
Kapten I Wayan Dipta Stadium, Bali United's home stadium

From 1989 until the first half of 2014 season, Pusam contested their home matches at Segiri, although in very rare circumstances the club played some home games in Madya Sempaja. They also used Sempaja as their primary training ground.[30]

In March 2014, Pusam officially moved to Palaran, built for the 2008 Indonesia National Games, for the rest of 2014 season in the hope of increasing revenue from ticket sales that are not in line with expectations when competed in the Segiri.[31]

December 2014, Pusam announced that they had moved their homebase from Palaran in Samarinda to Kapten I Wayan Dipta in Bali followed by a name changes to Bali United.[32] In order to met the standard of Indonesia Super League, IDR 5 billion was spent to renovate the stadium by adding new lighting system, upgrading the dressing rooms, repainting some parts of the stadium, repairing the toilets as well as upgrading other facilities.[33] The capacity is 22,931. As the time goes, Bali United keep upgrading the stadium like the construction of store, cafe, and playland around the stadium.[34][35] Also they did some renovations for Asian competition in 2018 to met the standard of AFC.[36] For the primary training ground, Bali United use Trisakti Field in Legian. They also sometimes use Banteng Field in Seminyak, Gelora Samudra Stadium in Kuta, and Penataran Agung Field in Kedonganan.[37]


Before moved to Bali, Pusam's supporter was called Pusamania, stands for Putra Samarinda Mania, based in Samarinda. But because politics entered the club, fans were disappointed and stopped supporting Pusam. That was one of the reasons the club moved to Bali.[38]

Nowadays, Bali United's supporter is called Semeton Dewata, that comes from the word Semeton meaning brother and Dewata meaning Bali's nickname, Island of Gods.[39] There is also Lady Dewata that specifically named for female supporters. Semeton Dewata usually fill the east stand of Kapten I Wayan Dipta Stadium. There are two more big supporter groups, Northsideboys 12 that fill the north stand and Brigaz that fill the south stand.[40]


Bali United has an online streaming based TV channel that aired in YouTube called Bali Utd TV. Bali Utd TV inaugurated on 19 October 2016. It features an updated news, player and staff interviews, match highlights (of the first team and the youth squad), and other themed program.[41]

In 20 May 2017, Bali United officially launch the team's mobile apps to become closer to the fans. Bali United CEO Yabes Tanuri said the launch of Bali United application is based on the awareness of the importance of technology for marketing development and interaction of a club with its supporters. By using the mobile apps, the supporters can easily access all the team's activities.[42]

Bali United also owned their own radio station, Bali United FM. With a tagline your sportainment station, they broadcast Bali United games and also latest information about Bali United that aired on 106,9 FM in Bali.[43] Bali United FM is operating in the third floor of Bali United's office.[44]

Kit manufacturers and sponsors[edit]

Period Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor(s)
1989–2009 Unknown Unknown
2009–2010 Lotto None[45]
2010–2011 Bank Kaltim[46]
2011–2012 Bank Kaltim, Elty[47]
2013 Bold Bank Kaltim, Extra Joss[48]
2014 Joma Bank Kaltim, Extra Joss, Bosowa Asuransi[49]
2015 Made by club Achilles, Indofood, YCAB Foundation, Corsa, IM3, Nomad[50]
2016 Achilles, Indofood, YCAB Foundation, Corsa, Total Detergent, Jagadiri, Datsun[51]
2017 Achilles, Indofood, YCAB Foundation, Corsa, Gojek, Torabika, Indomie, Mobil, Bank Ina, ACA Asuransi, Anker Sport[52]
2018 Achilles, Indofood, YCAB Foundation, Corsa, Gojek, Torabika, Indomie, Mobil, Bank Ina, ACA Asuransi, Smartfren, Elevenia, Lion Parcel, Envi, KukuBima Ener-G!, Cellular World[53]
2019 Achilles, Indofood, YCAB Foundation, Gojek, Torabika, Indomie, Mobil, Bank Ina, ACA Asuransi, Smartfren, Elevenia, Envi, KukuBima Ener-G!, Buana Capital, Ottopay, Kresna Securities, PEDE Ponsel Duit[54]

Youth academy[edit]

Bali United pays great attention to developing young players and run their own youth training academy in Bali, Kupang, and Lombok. For academy in Bali, they cooperated with Paris Saint-Germain and launched Paris Saint-Germain Academy Bali on 4 December 2016.[55][56]

After establishing an academy in Bali, they worked with several entrepreneurs in Kupang to establish a football school called Bali United Kristal. The aim of the establishment of the football school is to accommodate the potential of football in Kupang and generally in East Nusa Tenggara.[57]

Bali United Academy Lombok was officially established on 9 January 2019. The goal is that they want to help young players of West Nusa Tenggara to be able to realize their dreams of playing at the highest level of national football with good and quality coaching patterns. Bali United Academy Lombok uses the Filanesia and Bali United methods, and is trained by nationally licensed trainers.[58]

Bali United's management also establish Bali United Elite Academy. Bali United Elite Academy itself is a process of developing young players prepared in the long term. The players who passed the selection received facilities such as housing and scholarships to attend school in one of the schools in Bali.[59]


Current squad[edit]

As of 15 September 2019.[60][61]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
4 Indonesia MF Ahmad Agung
5 Indonesia DF Dallen Doke
6 Iraq MF Brwa Nouri
7 Netherlands FW Melvin Platje
8 Indonesia MF Muhammad Taufiq (vice-captain)
9 Indonesia FW Ilija Spasojević
10 Indonesia FW Irfan Bachdim
11 Indonesia MF Yabes Roni
13 Indonesia DF Gunawan Dwi Cahyo
14 Indonesia MF Fadil Sausu (captain)
18 Indonesia MF I Kadek Agung Widnyana
21 Indonesia GK Rakasurya Handika
22 Indonesia DF Dias Angga Putra
23 Indonesia MF Fahmi Al-Ayyubi
24 Indonesia DF Ricky Fajrin
No. Position Player
26 Indonesia FW Aldino Herdianto
28 Indonesia MF Rian Firmansyah
32 Indonesia DF Leonard Tupamahu
33 Indonesia DF I Made Andhika Wijaya
35 Indonesia DF Haudi Abdillah
43 Brazil DF Willian Pacheco
59 Indonesia GK Wawan Hendrawan (third vice-captain)
77 Indonesia MF Miftahul Hamdi
80 Portugal MF Paulo Sérgio
85 Indonesia DF Michael Orah
87 Indonesia MF Stefano Lilipaly (second vice-captain)
93 Indonesia GK Samuel Reimas
97 Indonesia GK Diky Indrayana
98 Indonesia MF Arapenta Poerba
99 Indonesia DF Anan Lestaluhu

Out on loan[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
2 Indonesia DF Gusti Sandria[62] (at Sulut United)
30 Indonesia MF Ahmad Maulana Putra[62] (at Sulut United)
58 Indonesia GK I Putu Pager Wirajaya[63] (at PSIM)
No. Position Player
88 Indonesia DF Adi Parwa[62] (at Sulut United)
95 Indonesia FW Martinus Novianto[62] (at Sulut United)

Other players under contract[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
17 Indonesia MF I Nyoman Sukarja[64]
19 Indonesia FW Hanis Saghara Putra[65]
No. Position Player
27 Indonesia DF Agus Nova Wiantara[64]

Youth teams[edit]



  • Owner: Pieter Tanuri via PT Bali Bintang Sejahtera Tbk[3]

PT Bali Bintang Sejahtera Tbk[edit]

Position Staff
Commissioner Jemi Wiyono Prihadi
Edy Soehartono
Muhamad Iman Usman
Director Yabes Tanuri
Yohanes Ade Bunian Moniaga
Katharine Wianna
Putri Paramita Sudali
Corporate Secretary Jason Robert

Senior club staff[edit]

Position Staff
Secretary Michael Gerald
Media Officer I Ngurah Made Wirya Darma
General Coordinator Richie Kurniawan
Accounting Adriano Hening
Finance Petrus Budi Lesmana
General Manager Jasmine Samara
Human Capital and General Affair Staff Tiarania Dewiratri
Head of Brand Activation Samuel Christian Hasibuan
Head of Brand Properties Roy Pradipta
Security Officer Rendi Daniel
Stadium Manager I Ketut Swantika
Accounting Staff Mila Hariyati
Accounting Admin Yulianti
Admin Restu Yoseputri Apriani
Purchasing Ovelia Novita Mulapoa
Trainer and Counselor Elsar Alierbitu Hayer


Season by season record[edit]

  1st or Winners   2nd or Runner-up   3rd place   Promotion   Relegation

Season League Piala Indonesia AFC Top goalscorer(s)
Division Pld W D L F A Pts Pos Name Goals
1994–95 Premier Division 32 11 8 13 32 41 41 11th East Div
1995–96 Premier Division 33 14 7 12 46 46 49 4th Group A
1996–97 Premier Division 20 10 2 8 28 28 32 5th East Div
1997–98 Premier Division 15 6 4 5 11 15 22 4th East Div[i]
1998–99 Premier Division 10 4 0 6 14 15 12 4th East Div
1999–2000 Premier Division 26 8 4 14 28 42 28 11th East Div
2001 Premier Division 13 4 2 7 13 21 14 14th East Div[ii] Indonesia Yance Katehokang 7
2002 First Division 6 1 2 3 8 14 5 4th Group B[iii]
2003 First Division 12 1 2 9 4 15 5 6th Group D
2004 Second Division 4 2 1 1 3 2 7 3rd Group G Indonesia Emil 2
2005 Second Division 9 4 2 3 16 11 14 N/K Group 1[iv] Not participated Indonesia Yance Katehokang 5
2006 First Division 16 4 3 9 19 33 15 8th Region IV First round Liberia Henry Gobah 6
2007 First Division 16 9 0 7 33 20 27 3rd Region IV Withdrew
2008–09 Premier Division 33 21 8 4 66 27 71 Winners Not participated Paraguay Aldo Barreto 13
2009–10 Super League 34 12 8 14 38 41 44 12th Round of 16 Thailand Pipat Thonkanya 19
2010–11 Super League 28 13 3 12 39 45 42 6th Not held Chile Julio Lopez 13
2011–12 Super League 34 12 7 15 44 42 43 11th Indonesia Cristian Gonzáles 18
2013 Super League 34 14 8 12 59 51 50 7th Ivory Coast Lanciné Koné 19
2014 Super League 20 6 7 7 29 22 26 6th East Region Montenegro Ilija Spasojević 10
2015 Super League 2 0 0 2 3 7 0 17th[v] Indonesia Lerby Eliandry 3
2016 Soccer Championship A[vi] 34 10 10 14 36 52 40 12th Serbia Nemanja Vidaković 7
2017 Liga 1 34 21 5 8 76 38 68 2nd Netherlands Sylvano Comvalius 37
2018 Liga 1 34 12 9 13 44 48 45 11th Quarter-finals Indonesia Ilija Spasojević 14
2019 Liga 1 1st
  1. ^ The season was stopped on 25 May 1998 by the Commander Chief of the Armed Forces due to chaos in the country.
  2. ^ Putra Samarinda withdrew after playing 22 matches; the results of their matches from the 2nd half of the season were annulled.
  3. ^ All teams in the first stage Group 1 were play 12 games each, but remaining results were unknown.
  4. ^ Remaining results were unknown. Persisam Putra Samarinda didn't qualified to the final nor third place play-off. But they were promoted.
  5. ^ The season was discontinued by PSSI on 2 May 2015 due to a ban by the sports minister on PSSI running any football competition.
  6. ^ ISC A was an unofficial competition replacing Indonesia Super League that was suspended.

Asian record[edit]

Season Competition Round Club 1st leg 2nd leg Aggregate
2018 AFC Champions League Preliminary round 1 Singapore Tampines Rovers 3–1 (H)
Preliminary round 2 Thailand Chiangrai United 1–2 (A) (a.e.t.)
AFC Cup Group stage Myanmar Yangon United 1–3 (H) 4th
Philippines Global Cebu 1–1 (A)
Vietnam FLC Thanh Hóa 3–1 (H)
Vietnam FLC Thanh Hóa 0–0 (A)
Myanmar Yangon United 2–3 (A)
Philippines Global Cebu 1–3 (H)

Asian club ranking[edit]

Footy Rankings[edit]

As of 14 August 2019.[83]
Rank Club Points
116 Cambodia Boeung Ket Angkor 8.39
117 Kuwait Al-Kuwait 8.30
118 Indonesia Bali United 8.24
119 Kyrgyzstan Dordoi Bishkek 8.20
120 Malaysia FELDA United 8.19

Football Database[edit]

As of 1 September 2019.[84]
Rank Club Points
104 Japan Omiya Ardija 1,334
105 China Hebei China Fortune 1,334
106 Indonesia Bali United 1,333
107 Australia Melbourne City 1,333
108 United Arab Emirates Baniyas Club 1,330




Other departments[edit]


In February 2019, Bali United opened an eSports department named Island of Gods (IOG), becoming the first professional football club in Indonesia to do so.[88] They have five divisions so far, such as: Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, PUBG Mobile, Free Fire, FIFA, and Pro Evolution Soccer. In Free Fire Asia Invitational (FFAI) 2019 tournament, they managed to become champions after getting the highest points with 2345 points.[89]

Women's football[edit]

Bali United also operate a women's football team, Bali United Women. They have been affiliated to the men's team since 2019. Bali United Women were one of the 10 inaugural teams of the Liga 1 Putri.[90][91]


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