Persegres Gresik United

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Gresik United
Full name Gresik United Football Club
Nickname(s) Kebo Giras
(The Deft Buffalo)
Founded 2 December 2005; 11 years ago (2005-12-02)
Ground Petrokimia
Ground Capacity 20,000
Owner Saiful Arif
CEO Bagoes Cahyo Yuwono
Head coach Borislav Mikhailov
League Liga 1
2014 Indonesia Super League,
First Round (9th in West Group)

Persegres Gresik United is an Indonesian football club based in Gresik, East Java. They and currently plays in the Liga 1. They supporter called Ultras Mania


It was founded on 2 December 2005 as a merger between two clubs from Gresik, which were Petrokimia Putra and Persegres Gresik.[1]







As of 25 March 2017.

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 Fitrul Dwi Rustapa
2 England DF Easah Suliman (on loan from Aston Villa F.C.)
3 Indonesia DF M. Chairul Rifan
4 Bulgaria DF Ventsislav Vasilev
5 Indonesia DF Andre Putra Wibowo
6 Indonesia DF Obet Yulius
7 Indonesia MF David Faristian
8 South Korea MF Choi Hyun-yeon
9 Indonesia FW Yusuf Effendi
10 Indonesia MF Loudry Setiawan
11 Indonesia MF Agus Indra (Captain)
14 Indonesia FW Kushedya Yudo
15 Indonesia DF Husni Mubarok
16 Indonesia MF Rendi Saputra
17 Indonesia MF Fitra Ridwan
18 Indonesia DF Achmad Faris
No. Position Player
20 Indonesia DF Herwin Tri Saputra
21 Indonesia MF Jusmadi
23 Indonesia FW Arsyad Yusgiantoro (Vice Captain)
28 Indonesia MF Mohammad Said
30 Indonesia DF Jeki Arisandi
31 Indonesia DF Syahrul Mustofa
45 Indonesia GK Aji Saka
66 Indonesia FW Gufroni Al Maruf
67 Indonesia DF I Gusti Rustiawan
75 Indonesia DF Roni Rosadi
77 Indonesia MF Rahel Radiansyah
88 Indonesia GK Satria Tama
91 Indonesia FW Arga Permana
92 Indonesia MF Dave Mustaine
95 Indonesia DF Komarudin
99 Brazil FW Patrick da Silva

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External links[edit]


  1. ^ "Petrokimia-Persegres Merger" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 29 November 2014. 
  2. ^