Bhayangkara F.C.

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Bhayangkara F.C.
Bhayangkara FC new logo.png
Full name Bhayangkara Football Club
Nickname(s) The Guardian
Founded 2010; 8 years ago (2010), as Persebaya (DU)[1]
Ground PTIK Stadium
Capacity 3,000
Owner PT Mitra Muda Inti Berlian[2]
CEO IGP Royke Lumowa
Head coach Simon McMenemy
League Liga 1
2017 Liga 1, 1st
Current season

Bhayangkara Football Club, is an Indonesian professional football club based in Jakarta, Indonesia. They currently compete in the Liga 1.

History[edit]

In 2010, the Persikubar Kutai Barat players, were picked up by La Nyalla Mattalitti, formed a team and named Persebaya and they appointed PT MMIB as their manager, because they did not want the name Persebaya lost from the Indonesian League after the original Persebaya (Persebaya 1927) crossed into the Indonesia Premier League. In 2015, they change the name to Bonek FC Surabaya. In the 2015 General Sudirman Cup tournament, they changed the club's name to Surabaya United because Bonek 1927 denounced Bonek's name as a football club originally a supporter's name. On April 12, 2016, Surabaya United merged with PS Polri following 2016 Bhayangkara Cup and changed its name to Bhayangkara Surabaya United F.C. until September 2016. And in September 2016, they moved to Bekasi, and change their name to Bhayangkara F.C. until now.[3]

In 2017, they won the 2017 Liga 1 on head-to-head in a controversial way.[4]

Colours and badges[edit]

Honours[edit]

Stadium[edit]

  • PTIK Stadium

Bhayangkara FC plays their home matches in PTIK Stadium, in Jakarta. This is an Indonesian National Police owned stadium. The Stadium is located in the center of POLRI Institute for Higher Learning (PTIK).[7]

Supporters[edit]

Bhayangkara's supporters are called Bhara Mania and majority supported by the Indonesian National Police.[8]

Sponsorship[edit]

The main sponsor of Bhayangkara is Bank BNI[9]

Players[edit]

Current Squad[edit]

As of 5 April 2018[10]

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

No. Position Player
1 Indonesia GK Wahyu Tri Nugroho
2 Indonesia DF Putu Gede
3 Montenegro DF Vladimir Vujović
5 Indonesia DF Muhammad Fatchurohman
7 Indonesia MF Vendry Mofu
8 Indonesia MF Muhammad Hargianto
10 Indonesia DF Jajang Mulyana
12 Indonesia GK Awan Setho
15 Indonesia MF Maldini Pali
17 Indonesia DF Alsan Sanda
18 Indonesia MF Adam Alis
19 Indonesia MF TM Ichsan
No. Position Player
20 Indonesia MF Sani Rizki
23 Indonesia MF Wahyu Suboseto
24 Indonesia FW Marinus Wanewar
27 Indonesia DF Indra Kahfi (Captain)
28 Indonesia MF Golfriedo Agustinus
29 Portugal FW Elio Martins
32 Indonesia DF Nurhidayat
33 Indonesia DF Dany Saputra (on loan from Persija Jakarta)
58 Indonesia GK Fauzal Mubaraq
80 Portugal MF Paulo Sérgio
89 South Korea MF Lee Yoo-joon
99 Indonesia FW Herman Dzumafo

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
4 Indonesia DF Ambrizal (at Kalteng Putra)
25 Indonesia GK Panggih Prio (at Persipura Jayapura)
51 Indonesia FW Dendy Sulistyawan (at Persela Lamongan)

Naturalized player[edit]

Country Player
Cameroon Cameroon Herman Dzumafo

See also[edit]

References[edit]