Kuantan FA

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Kuantan FA
Kuantan FA2.jpg
Full name Kelab Persatuan Bolasepak Daerah Kuantan
(Kuantan Association Football Club)
Nickname(s) The Seagulls
Founded 1970; 47 years ago (1970)
Ground Darul Makmur Stadium
Ground Capacity 40,000
Chairman Zaliza Zulkipli
Manager Wan Solihi Wan Hassan
Coach Zulhamizan Zakaria
League Liga Premier
2016 Liga Premier, 8th
Website Club home page

Kuantan FA is a Malaysian association football club based in the city of Kuantan, Pahang. They play in the Liga Premier, having been promoted as champions of the Malaysia FAM League in 2014.[1]

Kit manufacturers and financial sponsor[edit]

Period Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor
2013 Nike Tafcom
2014 Puma
2015 Kappa Nilaitek
2016 Wangsa Makmur Capital

Killiney Coffee

Nilaitek

2017 SkyHawk

Stadium[edit]

Kuantan FA are currently based at Darulmakmur Stadium in Kuantan, Pahang shared with Pahang FC. The capacity of the stadium is 40,000. The Stadium was built in 1959 and aims to provide a venue for sports activities from Pahang, especially as a soccer field. It was built on the site of a football field of Pahang Football Association.

Players[edit]

First-team squad[edit]

No. Name Nationality Position D.O.B
Goalkeepers
1 Muhammad Nur Kamarullah Khairul Saidi Malaysia GK 9/3/95
22 Khairul Nidzam Mohd Noor Malaysia GK 17/6/94
25 Mohd Sheril Anuar Saini Malaysia GK 4/10/89
30 Fakhri Syahmi Badrul Malaysia GK 16/11/98
Defenders
2 Amirullah Abdul Razak Malaysia CB 25/2/90
3 Khairul Azman Awang Long Malaysia CB 31/8/84
4 Mohd Shafiq Mat Isa Malaysia CB 16/6/93
5 Muhammad Hariz Irffan Mohd Nazri Malaysia CB,RB , DM 21/11/95
14 Muhammad Amer Syafeeq Aziz Malaysia RB,RWB,ST 23/2/92
16 Muhammad Hashim Shamsudin Malaysia RB,RWB 10/7/95
21 Nurfahmie Hadzrin Nordin Malaysia LB,LWB, LM, LW 11/6/91
23 Muhammad Nur Zhafri Zaini Malaysia CB 8/9/95
26 Muhammad Khairul Helmy Malaysia LB,LWB 18/8/96
27 Ljubo Baranin Serbia CB , ST 25/8/86
Midfielders
6 Shim Un-seob South Korea DM, CM 24/2/90
7 Shunsuke Nakatake Japan CM 19/6/90
8 Muhammad Rafizi Zahari Malaysia DM, CM 29/4/91
10 Abdul Malik Mat Ariff Malaysia RM, RW, LM, LW 7/1/91
11 Mohd Shahrul Aizad Zulkifli Malaysia LM, LW 26/3/93
12 Muhammad Baqiuddin Shamsudin Malaysia RM,LM, RW,LW 14/12/94
13 Mohd Zaidee Jamalludin Malaysia LM, LW 2/11/91
15 Abdul Wafiy Abdul Ghafar Malaysia CM, AM, DM 3/12/87
17 Muhammad Badrul Amin Jesmi Malaysia DM,CM 19/8/99
18 Stefan Vukmirović Serbia AM,MC 10/7/91
20 Iskandar Zulkarnain Ibrahim Malaysia DM, CM, CB 28/3/93
29 Mohd Munawwar Mohd Zain Malaysia CM 20/12/97
Forwards
9 Nabilah Khan Razali Malaysia ST 27/2/91
19 Mohd Shafiq Razali Malaysia ST 13/6/94
28 Mohd Badrul Hisham Rozi Malaysia ST 20/6/96

Source:[2] Source:[3]

Transfers[edit]

For recent transfers, see List of Malaysian football transfers 2017 and List of Malaysian football transfers summer 2016

2017 coaching staff[edit]

Senior officials

  • Patron: Datuk Wan Adnan Wan Mamat
  • President/Chairman: Zaliza Zulkipli
  • Deputy President/Vice-chairman: Dato' Wan Solihi Wan Hassan
Position Name
General Manager Malaysia Dato' Wan Solihi Wan Hassan
Assistant Manager Malaysia Dato' Mohamed Suffian Bin Awang
Honorary Secretary Malaysia Ahmad Bin Muda
Media Officer Malaysia Mohd Azaha Bin Abdul Ghani
Administrative Officer Malaysia Nor Zalelawati Binti Zakaria
Head Coach Malaysia Zulhamizan Zakaria
Assistant Coach Malaysia Mohd Shukri Bin Ismail
Goalkeeping Coach Malaysia Rais Dermawan Bin Kamarudin
Goalkeeping Coach Malaysia Rosfaizul Azuar Ali
Fitness Trainer Malaysia Mohd Hazuan Daud
Physiotherapist Malaysia Mohd Fazil Bin Abdul Rahim
Doctor I Malaysia Dr.Venkateswara Rao A/L Krishan
Doctor II Malaysia Dr.Saufi Bin Awang
Doctor III Malaysia Dr.Mohd Khairul Azmi Bin Kamarudin
Equipment Manager Malaysia Rizal Budiman Bin Kamarudin
Kitman Malaysia Mohd Syafiq Fadzil Bin Salleh
Media Malaysia Mohd Khairul Azrin Bin Holed

Coaches[edit]

Year Head Coach
2013 Malaysia Abu Bakar Ahmad
January 2014-April 2014 Malaysia Hamzah Mat Yunus
April 2014-November 2014 Malaysia Ahmad Muda
November 2014-January 2015 Malaysia Ridzuan Abu Shah
January 2015-May 2015 Malaysia Aminuddin Hussin
May 2015-July 2015 Malaysia Mohd Shukri Ismail (Interim)
July 2015-April 2016 Malaysia Zulhamizan Zakaria
April 2016 Malaysia Ahmad Nazri Mat Noor (Interim)
Nov 2016 Malaysia Zulhamizan Zakaria

Achievements[edit]

Year Position League FA Cup Malaysia Cup
2013 5/11 Malaysia FAM League Not participating Not participating
2014 1/12 Malaysia FAM League First Round Not participating
2015 9/12 Liga Premier First Round Not Participating

Honours[edit]

League[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kuantan FA are champs". New Straits Times. Retrieved 28 June 2014. 
  2. ^ "Kuantan FA 2016". kuantanfa.com. Retrieved 28 January 2016. 
  3. ^ "Kuantan FA 2017". kuantanfa.com. Retrieved 22 January 2017. 

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