Football Association of Selangor

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Football Association of Selangor
Malaysia
Founded 22 February 1936
Malaysia affiliation 1936
Website Official Website

The Football Association of Selangor (Malay: Persatuan Bola Sepak Selangor) is the governing body for football in the state of Selangor, responsible for organising the Selangor football team and the major football and futsal tournaments within the state of Selangor. The Football Association Of Selangor's main headquarters is located at Kelana Jaya, Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

Football background[edit]

History[edit]

Founded on 22 February 1936, it was initially based in Kuala Lumpur. In its early years of establishment, FAS was registered under the Societies Act 1966 and subsequently re-registered under the Commissioner of Sports Development Act 1997.

For most of the 20th century, Singapore was Selangor's fierce rival since 1921 before they withdrew from Malaysian competitions after 1994 campaign. As part of reviving their traditional rivalry, both teams square off in Sultan of Selangor Cup tournament which is held annually since its introduction in 2002.

With a record of 32 Malaysia Cups, 5 Division 1/Premier 1/Super League titles, 2 Division 2/Premier 2/Premier League titles, 5 FA Cups and 8 Charity Cups, Selangor is the most successful team in Malaysian football. The team has won the treble thrice in 1997, 2005 and 2009. The first treble consists of Malaysia, FA Cup and Charity Cup, while the second consists of Premier League, Malaysia Cup and FA Cup and third consists of Super League, FA Cup and Charity Cup. In 2010, they retained the Super League title and Charity Cup.

Clubs[edit]

FAS starts its football development by forming its first professional football team, AFC Selangor. Under this period, AFC Selangor has made several achievements including Malaysia Cup champions and FA Cup champions.

The team now plays in top division side, the Malaysia Super League.

Affiliated Clubs[edit]

  • AirAsia F.C.
  • Anak Kalumpang F.C.
  • Anggerik FC
  • Armada F.C.
  • Batu Caves F.C.
  • Bukit Lanchong F.C.
  • Bukit Rotan Baru F.C.
  • Damansara Bersatu F.C.
  • Frenz United F.C.
  • Hong Chin F.C.
  • Indo Ceylonese F.C.
  • Kelisa F.C.
  • Kenari F.C.
  • Klang Gate F.C.
  • Shah Alam F.C.
  • Megah Murni F.C.
  • Subang Jaya F.C.
  • Nilam Puri F.C.
  • New Rangers F.C.
  • Nusantara F.C.
  • Kuala Langat FA
  • Kuala Selangor FA
  • Hulu Langat FA
  • Petaling Jaya City F.C.
  • PKNS F.C.
  • Port Rangers F.C.
  • Proton F.C.
  • Puchong Hunters F.C.
  • Puchong Rangers F.C.
  • Puchong Rovers F.C.
  • Putra Subang F.C.

Invited Clubs[edit]

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Competitions[edit]

The Football Association Of Selangor also runs several competitions:

  • FA Selangor Super League
  • FA Selangor Premier League
  • FA Selangor Division 1 League
  • FA Selangor FA Cup

Executive committee[edit]

Position Name
President Mohamed Azmin Ali
Deputy President Abdul Mokhtar Ahmad
Vice President Emran Kadir
Subahan Kamal
Palanisamy Karuppan
Samin Sarmin
General secretary Rosman Mohd Ibrahim
Assistant secretary Raja Restam Azhar
Amir Shariffuddin bin Samat
Treasurer Sivasundaram Sithamparam
Executive Committee Members Sivasundaram Sithamparam
Razak Abdul Karim
Thalayasingam Vairamuthu
Mustafa Ahmad
K. Sathanaraju
Noor Hisham Mohd Ghouth
Suntharasagaran Yatier
Sekar Chandra
Omar Ali
Ariffin Hamid
P. Sugumaran
Abdul Rauf Ahmad
Adanan Sarrif

Source:[2]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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