Liga 1 U-19

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Liga 1 U-19
Founded 2008 (as Indonesia Super League U-21)
2017 (as Liga 1 U-19)
Country  Indonesia
Confederation AFC (Asia)
Number of teams 18
Level on pyramid 1
Current champions Persipura U-19
Most championships Persela U-21 (2)
Website Official website

Liga 1 U-19 is a junior level league of participating clubs in the Liga 1. From 2008 to 2014, this youth league was an under-21 league known as the Indonesia Super League U-21. From the 2017 season onwards, the competition age limit decreased from under-21 to under-19.[1] Building and managing a complete U-19 team is one of the requirements for clubs participating in the Liga 1, as regulated by the Football Association of Indonesia (PSSI).

Competition format[edit]

Differently than the main Liga 1, this junior competition, divided into four acts consist of two group stages and two knockout rounds, which is the semifinals and final. On the first stage, the 18 participating clubs are divided into three groups each containing six clubs, the top two teams of each group and the two best third place will advance to the second stage. The second stage consists of two groups containing four teams in each group, the best team from each group and the best runner-up will advance to the semifinals. The winner of the semifinals will advance to the final to battle for the championship.[1]


Season Winner Runner up Third rank
2008–09 Pelita Jaya U-21 Persita U-21 Persib Bandung U-21
2009–10 Persib Bandung U-21 Pelita Jaya U-21 Persipura Jayapura U-21
2011 Persela U-21 Semen Padang U-21[2] Persiwa Wamena U-21
2012 Persela U-21 Persisam U-21 Pelita Jaya U-21
2012–13 Sriwijaya FC U-21 Mitra Kukar FC U-21 Persipura Jayapura U-21
2014 Semen Padang U-21 Sriwijaya FC U-21 Persipura Jayapura U-21
2015 Competition abandoned due to FIFA suspension
2016 Replaced temporarily with ISC U-21[Note ISC]
2017 Persipura U-19 Persib U-19 Bali United U-19


Season Best player Top scorer Fair play
2008–09 Dedi Kusnandar (Pelita Jaya U-21) Aditya Putra Dewa (PSM Makassar U-21) Persik Kediri U-21
2009–10 Munadi (Persib Bandung U-21) Lukas Mandowen (Persipura U-21) Pelita Jaya U-21
2011 Fandi Eko Utomo (Persela U-21) Aldaier Makatindu (Persisam U-21) Persisam Putra Samarinda U-21
2012 Lerby Eliandry (Persisam U-21) Aldaier Makatindu (Persisam U-21) Persisam Putra Samarinda U-21
2012–13 Rizky Ramadhana (Sriwijaya FC U-21) Rizky Ramadhana (Sriwijaya FC U-21) Sriwijaya FC U-21
2014 Nerius Alom (Semen Padang U-21)[3] Aldi Al Achya (Persita U-21)[3] Pelita Bandung Raya U-21[3]
2015 Competition abandoned due to FIFA suspension
2016 Replaced temporarily with ISC U-21[Note ISC]
2017 Todd Rivaldo Ferre (Persipura U-19)[4] Ghifari Faiz (Persela U-19) Bali United U-19
  1. ^ Indonesia Soccer Championship was a one-off competition and not sanctioned by the Football Association of Indonesia (PSSI). The competition was held because PSSI still undergone FIFA suspension at that time.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b "Sokong Program Pembinaan PSSI, PT LIB Gelar Liga 1 U-19". Go-Jek Traveloka Liga 1, Berita Liga Indonesia, Pertandingan, Hasil & Klasemen Liga Indonesia Baru. PT Liga Indonesia Baru. Retrieved 15 June 2017. 
  2. ^ "Semen Padang U21 Runner Up ISL". Retrieved 19 October 2014. 
  3. ^ a b c "PBR U-21 Tim Paling Fair Play ISL U-21 2014" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 19 October 2014. 
  4. ^ "Jadi Pemain Terbaik, Rivaldo Ancam Penggawa Timnas U-19?". 

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