Mitra Kukar F.C.

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Mitra Kukar
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Full name Mitra Kutai Kartanegara Football Club
Nickname(s) Si Naga Mekes
(The Fierce Dragon)
Founded 1979; 38 years ago (1979)
Ground Aji Imbut Stadium
Ground Capacity 35,000
Owner PT. Kutai Kartanegara Sport Mandiri
Chairman Endri Erawan
Coach Jafri Sastra
League Liga 1
2014 Indonesia Super League,
Second Round (3rd in Group B)
Website Club home page

Mitra Kukar Football Club is an Indonesian football club based in Tenggarong, Kutai Kartanegara, East Kalimantan. They currently compete in the Liga 1.

History[edit]

This club was founded in 1979.[1] They were renamed Niac Mitra or Mitra Surabaya in the 1990s. After relegation to the First Division, the club moved to Palangkaraya, Central Kalimantan and were renamed Mitra Kalteng Putra (MKP)[2] in 1999. At the end of 2001 season, the club was relegated to the Second Division. Financial problems led the club to be loaned to H Suryanto Anwar, after which they moved again, to Tenggarong, Kutai Kartanegara, East Kalimantan, where they were finally renamed Mitra Kukar.[2] The new ownership had a great impact. At the end of the 2003 season, Mitra Kukar were promoted to the First Division. In the 2005 season, the new owner fully bought Mitra Kukar. By the end of 2007 season, Mitra Kukar succeeded to be promoted to the Premier Division, after finishing first in the First Division. In the 2010–11 Premier Division, Mitra Kukar was promoted to the Indonesia Super League after finishing third in the final round.

Sponsorship[edit]

Shirt sponsors

  • Petrona
  • Bank Kaltim

Other sponsors

  • ABP
  • PT. Beton Kaltim
  • Kaltim Post[3]

Kit provider[edit]

Honours[edit]

  • Galatama
    • Champions (3): 1980–82, 1982–83, 1987–88
    • Runners-up: 1988–89
  • Aga Khan Gold Cup
    • Champions: 1979
  • General Sudirman Cup 2015
    • Champions: 2015

Performance in AFC competitions[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Home Away
1988–89 Asian Club Championship Qualifying round Brunei Bandaran  – 1–3
Qualifying round Malaysia Pahang FA  – 0–0
Qualifying round Thailand Royal Thai Air Force  – 2–1
Qualifying round Singapore Geylang International  – 1–1

Players[edit]

First-team squad[edit]

As of 14 April 2017.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
3 Indonesia DF Wiganda Pradika
4 Indonesia DF Syaiful Ramadhan
5 Spain DF Jorge Gotor
6 Indonesia DF Abdul Gamal
8 Indonesia MF Anindito Wahyu
9 Brazil FW Marclei Santos
10 South Korea MF Oh In-kyun
11 Indonesia MF Arpani
13 Indonesia MF Bayu Pradana (Captain)
15 Indonesia MF Hendra Bayauw
16 Indonesia DF Saepulloh Maulana
17 Indonesia MF Ronald Setmot
18 Indonesia DF Noval Fandianur
19 Indonesia FW Aldino Herdianto
22 Indonesia MF Abdul Rohim Tole
23 Indonesia DF Joko Sidik
No. Position Player
26 Indonesia MF Muhammad Bahtiar
27 Indonesia DF Dedi Gusmawan (Vice-captain)
29 Indonesia FW Septian Maulana
30 Indonesia GK Thomas Ryan Bayu
33 Indonesia DF Muhammad Rizky Ramadhan
35 Indonesia GK Riki Pambudi
47 Indonesia GK Geri Mandagi
49 Indonesia FW Monieaga Suwardi
54 Indonesia GK Joko Ribowo (on loan from Madura United)
66 Indonesia MF Dhika Pratama
69 Indonesia FW Andre Agustiar
72 Indonesia DF Zikri Akbar
85 Mali MF Mohamed Sissoko
88 Indonesia DF Seftia Hadi
99 Indonesia FW Yogi Rahadian

Team Officials[edit]

Coaching Staff[edit]

Role Name
Head Coach Indonesia Jafri Sastra
Assistant Coach Indonesia Sukardi
Assistant Coach Indonesia Rudy Eka Priyambada
Goalkeeper Coach Indonesia Joice Sorongan
Team Doctor Indonesia Radjiman
Masseur Indonesia Uthe

Management[edit]

Role Name
Chairman Indonesia Endri Erawan
Manager Indonesia Rony Fauzan
Secretary Indonesia Trias Slamet

References[edit]

  1. ^ "View Topic – Andai Ada Galatama Lagi". LigaIndonesia.com. Retrieved 2010-10-07. 
  2. ^ a b "Profil Klub Mitra Kukar". MitraKukar.com. Retrieved 2010-10-07. 
  3. ^ "Mitra Kukar Gandeng Kaltim Post" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2 April 2015. 
  4. ^ "Mitra Kukar Resmi Disponsori Joma" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 28 November 2014. 

External links[edit]