Liga 2 (Indonesia)

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Liga 2
Liga 2 Indonesia logo.png
Founded1994; 25 years ago (1994) (as the First-tier)
2008; 11 years ago (2008) (as the Second-tier)
2017; 2 years ago (2017) (as Liga 2)
CountryIndonesia
ConfederationAFC
Number of teams24
Level on pyramid2
Promotion toLiga 1
Relegation toLiga 3
Domestic cup(s)Piala Indonesia
International cup(s)AFC Cup via Domestic Cup
Current championsPersik Kediri
(2019)
Most championshipsPersik Kediri
Persebaya Surabaya
(3 titles)
TV partnerstvOne
Websiteliga-indonesia.id
2019 Liga 2

Liga 2 (English: League Two) is the second-tier of the football competition system in Indonesia, organized by PSSI. Before 2017, this competition was named the Liga Indonesia Premier Division.[1]

History[edit]

The competition is usually divided into several groups because of geographic and number of participants factors.

As a result of continuing conflict between PT Liga Indonesia (LI) and PT Liga Prima Indonesia Sportindo (LPIS), there were two different Liga Indonesia Premier Division being organized for 2011–12 season, one for the Indonesia Super League and the other for Indonesian Premier League. Starting the 2014 season Premier Division is organized again by PT Liga Indonesia after the dissolution of LPIS.

Prior to the formation of Indonesia Super League in 2008, Premier Division was the Indonesian top-flight football league. Along with Indonesia Super League, Premier Division is a fully professional competition.

In January 2017, PSSI renamed the competition to Liga 2.[1]

Current members[edit]

Team Location Stadium Capacity
BaBel United Pangkal Pinang Depati Amir 15,000
Bandung United Bandung Siliwangi 15,000
Cilegon United Cilegon Krakatau Steel 20,000
Madura Sumenep Ahmad Yani 15,000
Martapura Martapura Demang Lehman 15,000
Mitra Kukar Tenggarong Aji Imbut 35,000
Persatu Tuban Bumi Wali 25,000
Perserang Serang Maulana Yusuf 15,000
Persewar Pasuruan Untung Suropati[a] 5,000
Persiba Balikpapan Batakan 40,000
Persibat Batang Moh Sarengat 15,000
Persik Kediri Brawijaya 20,000
Persiraja Banda Aceh Haji Dimurthala 20,000
Persis Madiun Wilis[b] 25,000
Persita Tangerang Benteng Taruna 30,000
PSBS Biak Cendrawasih 15,000
PSCS Cilacap Wijayakusuma 15,000
PSGC Ciamis Galuh 20,000
PSIM Yogyakarta Mandala Krida 35,000
PSMS Medan Teladan 20,000
PSPS Riau Pekanbaru Kaharudin Nasution 30,000
Sriwijaya Palembang Gelora Sriwijaya 23,000
Sulut United Manado Klabat 10,000

Notes:

  1. ^ Persewar will play their home matches at Untung Suropati due to the renovation of their stadium at Marora.[2]
  2. ^ Persis will play their home matches at Wilis due to the renovation of their stadium at Manahan.[3]

Championship history[edit]

First-tier era[edit]

Season League name Champions Score Runners-up
1994–95 Liga Indonesia
(Liga Dunhill)
Persib Bandung 1–0 Petrokimia Putra
1995–96 Liga Indonesia II
(Liga Dunhill)
Bandung Raya 2–0 PSM Makassar
1996–97 Liga Indonesia III
(Liga Kansas)
Persebaya Surabaya 3–1 Bandung Raya
1997–98 Liga Indonesia IV Competition abandoned due to political and economic trouble in Indonesia
1998–99 Liga Indonesia V PSIS Semarang 1–0 Persebaya Surabaya
1999–2000 Liga Bank Mandiri PSM Makassar 3–2 Pupuk Kaltim
2001 Liga Bank Mandiri Persija Jakarta 3–2 PSM Makassar
2002 Liga Bank Mandiri Petrokimia Putra 2–1 Persita Tangerang
2003 Liga Bank Mandiri Persik Kediri PSM Makassar
2004 Liga Bank Mandiri Persebaya Surabaya PSM Makassar
2005 Liga Djarum Indonesia Persipura Jayapura 3–2 Persija Jakarta
2006 Liga Djarum Indonesia Persik Kediri 1–0 PSIS Semarang
2007–08 Liga Djarum Indonesia Sriwijaya 3–1 PSMS Medan

Second-tier era[edit]

Season League name Champions Score Runners-up
2008–09 Liga Utama Esia Persisam Putra Samarinda 1–0 Persema Malang
2009–10 Liga Joss Indonesia Persibo Bojonegoro 3–1 (pen.) Deltras Sidoarjo
2010–11 Liga Ti-phone Persiba Bantul 1–0 Persiraja Banda Aceh
2011-12
(LI)
Divisi Utama Barito Putera 2-1 Persita Tanggerang
2011–12
(LPIS)
Divisi Utama LPIS Persepar Palangkaraya round robin Pro Duta
2013
(LI)
Divisi Utama Persebaya DU (Bhayangkara) (PT. MMIB) 2–0 Perseru Serui
2013
(LPIS)
Divisi Utama LPIS PSS Sleman 2–1 Lampung FC
2014 Divisi Utama Pusamania Borneo 2–1 Persiwa Wamena
2015 Divisi Utama Competition is abandoned
2016 ISC B Replaced temporarily with ISC B
2017 Liga 2 Persebaya Surabaya 3–2 PSMS Medan
2018 Liga 2 PSS Sleman 2–0 Semen Padang
2019 Liga 2 Persik Kediri 3–2 Persita Tangerang

Title sponsors[edit]

  • Dunhill (1994–1996)
  • Kansas (1996–1997)
  • antv (1994-2002, February 2004 – 2013)
  • Bank Mandiri (1999–2004)
  • Djarum Super (2005–2008)
  • Esia (2008–2009)
  • Extra Joss (2009–2010)
  • Ti-Phone (2010–2011)

Broadcasting Partner[edit]

^1 : As the first tier.

^2 : As the second tier.

Awards[edit]

Best players[edit]

Season Player Club
1994–95 Indonesia Widodo C. Putro Petrokimia Putra
1995–96 Indonesia Ronny Wabia Persipura Jayapura
1996–97 Indonesia Nuralim Bandung Raya
1997–98 Competition abandoned due to political and economic trouble in Indonesia
1998–99 Indonesia Ali Sunan PSIS Semarang
1999–2000 Indonesia Bima Sakti PSM Makassar
2001 Indonesia Bambang Pamungkas Persija Jakarta
2002 Indonesia Ilham Jaya Kesuma Persita Tangerang
2003 Indonesia Musikan Persik Kediri
2004 Indonesia Ponaryo Astaman PSM Makassar
2005 Indonesia Christian Warobay Persipura Jayapura
2006 Indonesia Maman Abdurrahman PSIS Semarang
2007–08 Liberia Zah Rahan Krangar Sriwijaya
2008–09 Paraguay Aldo Baretto Persisam Putra Samarinda
2009–10 Brazil Victor da Silva Persibo Bojonegoro
2010–11 Indonesia Wahyu Wijiastanto Persiba Bantul
2011–12 Nigeria George Oyebode Oyedepo Persepar Palangkaraya
2011–12 Chile Cristian Carrasco Persita Tangerang
2013 Cameroon Jean Paul Boumsong Persebaya DU (Bhayangkara)
2014 Liberia Sengbah Kennedy[4] Persiwa Wamena
2015 Competition is abandoned
2017 Indonesia Irfan Jaya Persebaya Surabaya
2018 Indonesia Ichsan Pratama PSS Sleman
2019 Indonesia Taufiq Febriyanto Persik Kediri

Top scorers[edit]

Season Top scorer Club Goals
1994–95 Indonesia Peri Sandria Bandung Raya 34
1995–96 Montenegro Dejan Gluscevic Bandung Raya 30
1996–97 Brazil Jacksen F. Tiago Persebaya Surabaya 26
1997–98 Indonesia Kurniawan Dwi Yulianto Pelita Jaya 20
1998–99 Gabon Alain Mabenda PSDS Deli Serdang 11
1999–2000 Indonesia Bambang Pamungkas Persija Jakarta 24
2001 Cameroon Sadissou Bako Barito Putera 22
2002 Indonesia Ilham Jaya Kesuma Persita Tangerang 26
2003 Chile Oscar Aravena PSM Makassar 31
2004 Indonesia Ilham Jaya Kesuma Persita Tangerang 22
2005 Uruguay Cristian Gonzáles Persik Kediri 25
2006 Uruguay Cristian Gonzáles Persik Kediri 29
2007–08 Uruguay Cristian Gonzáles Persik Kediri 32
2008–09 Cameroon Herman Dzumafo Epandi
Cameroon Jean Paul Boumsong
Indonesia Mardiansyah
PSPS Pekanbaru
Persikad Depok
Persikabo Bogor
17
2009–10 Liberia Edward Junior Wilson Semen Padang 20
2010–11 Nigeria Udo Fortune Persiba Bantul 34
2011–12 Liberia Abel Cielo Perseman Manokwari 11
2011–12 Liberia Sackie Teah Doe Barito Putera 18
2013 Cameroon Jean Paul Boumsong
Liberia Oliver Makor
Persebaya DU (Bhayangkara)
Persik Kediri
18
2014 Liberia Yao Rudy Abblode Persiwa Wamena 17
2015 Competition is abandoned
2017 Indonesia Rivaldi Bawuo Kalteng Putra 17
2018 Indonesia Indra Setiawan PSMP 29

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "PSSI Ubah ISL Jadi Liga 1". Bola.net. 20 January 2017. Retrieved 20 January 2017.
  2. ^ "Christ Sibi dan Michael Ditubun Urung Gabung Persewar Waropen". TOPSKOR (in Indonesian). Retrieved 20 June 2019.
  3. ^ "Persis Solo Pilih Madiun Sebagai Kandang | Goal.com". www.goal.com (in Indonesian). Retrieved 7 April 2019.
  4. ^ "Biar Pun Jadi Runner-up, Persiwa Wamena Panen Gelar" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 27 November 2014.

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