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Full nameKelab Bolasepak Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Perak
Perak State Development Corporation Football Club
FoundedJuly 30, 2015; 4 years ago (2015-07-30)
GroundManjung Municipal Council Stadium
OwnerPerak State Development Corporation Group
PresidentYB Datuk Zainol Fadzi Paharuddin
Head coachAbu Bakar Fadzim
LeagueMalaysia Super League
2018Malaysia Super League, 9th
WebsiteClub website
Current season

Kelab Bolasepak Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Perak (English: Perak State Development Corporation Football Club), or simply PKNP FC is a Malaysian professional football club based in Ipoh, Perak. The club currently plays in the Malaysia Super League.[1] The club also participated in the state and district competitions in the Perak League, Ipoh League and the Malaysia People's Football League as Batang Padang.[1]

Club licensing regulations[edit]

2018 Season[edit]

2019 Season[edit]


The modern-day club was formed on 30 July 2015 by Perak State Development Corporation Group as part of its effort to bring back the legacy of PKNP's sport involvement in the 1980s and 1990s.[1] It also served as a platform by the group bring a positive image to its brand in the state of Perak.[1] As part of having a stable amount of grassroots players within the club, the club also send its other feeder squads to compete in the district, state and national level competitions. The club was an obscure local amateur side began playing in the third division Malaysia FAM League. They steadily improved and by 2017 were competing in the Malaysia Premier League and by 2018 in Malaysia Super League.[2][3][4]


Period Sportswear Sponsor
2016 United States Nike PKNP
2017 Germany Puma Perak Corporation
2018 ItalySouth Korea Fila PKNP, Perak Corporation, Maps, Lumut Port
2019 England Admiral PKNP, Maps, Perak Corporation, MPM, Casuarina

Stadium and locations[edit]

Coordinates Location Stadium Capacity Year
4°36′33.96″N 101°6′12.38″E / 4.6094333°N 101.1034389°E / 4.6094333; 101.1034389 Ipoh Perak Stadium 42,500 2016 – 2017
5°15′39.14″N 100°26′14.89″E / 5.2608722°N 100.4374694°E / 5.2608722; 100.4374694 Batu Kawan Penang State Stadium 40,000 2018
4°11′41.6″N 100°39′54.2″E / 4.194889°N 100.665056°E / 4.194889; 100.665056 Manjung Manjung Municipal Council Stadium 12,000 2019

Season by season record[edit]

Season League Top goalscorer FA Cup Malaysia
Division P W D L F A Pts Pos Name Goals
2016 Malaysia FAM League 14 9 3 2 26 9 30 1st Malaysia Shahrel Fikri 20 DNQ DNQ
2017 Malaysia Premier League 22 14 4 4 41 23 46 3rd Malaysia Shahrel Fikri 11 Quarter-finals Quarter-finals
2018 Malaysia Super League 22 7 4 11 25 31 25 9th Malaysia Hafiz Ramdan 3 Semi-finals Group D


Current squad[edit]

As of 22 February 2019

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

No. Position Player
1 Malaysia GK Khairul Thaqif
2 Malaysia MF Sukri Hamid
4 Malaysia MF Fadhil Idris
5 Tajikistan DF Siyovush Asrorov
6 Malaysia MF Aizzat Maidin Koty
7 Malaysia FW Hasnan Mat Isa
9 Malaysia FW Mugenthirran Ganesan
10 State of Palestine FW Yashir Islame
11 Malaysia FW Azhar Arbi Radzuan
12 Ghana MF Thomas Abbey
13 Malaysia MF Al-Fateh Afandi
14 Malaysia DF Faizzwan Dorahim
16 Malaysia DF Naqiuddin Kamal
17 Malaysia DF Ezanie Salleh
No. Position Player
19 Malaysia FW Fazrul Hazli Kadri
20 Malaysia FW Khairul Asyraf Sahizah
21 Malaysia MF Hafiz Kamal
22 Malaysia GK Asyraf Omar
25 Malaysia FW Hafiz Ramdan (captain)
26 Malaysia DF Rafiq Faeez Fuad
27 Malaysia DF Filemon Anyie Standly
28 Malaysia MF Ibni Khozaimi
34 Malaysia DF Farid Nezal
35 Malaysia MF Sabir Salim
44 Malaysia MF Alif Safwan Sallahuddin
Philippines DF Amani Aguinaldo
Brazil FW Giancarlo

U21 squad[edit]

As of 26 July 2018[5]

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

No. Position Player
1 Malaysia GK Amin Faisal
2 Malaysia DF Kholib Jaih
3 Malaysia DF Haziq Izzudin
4 Malaysia DF Farid Nezal
5 Malaysia DF Sabir Salim
6 Malaysia MF Aizzat Maidin
7 Malaysia MF Noh Fitri Ahmad
8 Malaysia MF Al-Fateh Afandi
9 Malaysia FW Saifuddin Khairil
10 Malaysia FW Iskandar Noorisam
11 Malaysia DF S. Sharmilan
12 Malaysia DF Filemon Anyie
13 Malaysia GK Firdaus Suhaimi
14 Malaysia DF Jeremy Lim
15 Malaysia DF Haziq Rahimi
No. Position Player
16 Malaysia MF Alif Rieza
17 Malaysia FW Fitri Jamahuri
18 Malaysia FW Farizan Hashim
19 Malaysia FW Alif Safwan
20 Malaysia FW Hafidz Ahmad
21 Malaysia DF Syami Shukri
22 Malaysia MF Shahrul Naim
23 Malaysia FW Amirul Hisyam
24 Malaysia DF Aiman Adha
25 Malaysia GK Shafiq Afifi
27 Malaysia MF Farisfathullah Azam
28 Malaysia FW Asyraaf Pushni
29 Malaysia FW Arif Shaqirin
30 Malaysia FW Amirul Adam

U19 squad[edit]

As of 26 July 2018[6]

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

No. Position Player
1 Malaysia GK Farhan Majid
2 Malaysia DF Syaameer Salleh
3 Malaysia DF Loqman Hakim
4 Malaysia DF Syafiq Izzudin
5 Malaysia DF Aszrul Shamsuddin
6 Malaysia MF Harsayd Azhar
7 Malaysia MF Daniel Suhazri
8 Malaysia MF Syahir Bashah
9 Malaysia FW Azhar Jaaffar
10 Malaysia FW Shafizal Suli
11 Malaysia MF Adhwa Zahirrudin
12 Malaysia DF Azizi Faizal
13 Malaysia DF Aizad Ramli
No. Position Player
14 Malaysia DF Iskandar Nazari
15 Malaysia FW Raimi Musthpar
16 Malaysia DF Alif Aiman
17 Malaysia FW Khairul Amirin
18 Malaysia MF Saifuddin Mustaffa
19 Malaysia MF Fakrul Izwan
21 Malaysia MF Adam Farhan
22 Malaysia GK G. Navin Raj
23 Malaysia GK Firdaus Roslan
25 Malaysia MF Hakimi Isa
27 Malaysia FW Khairul Ikhwan
29 Malaysia MF Syahmi Jani
30 Malaysia FW Meor Aidil Hazri


Current coaching staff[edit]

Malaysia Abu Bakar Fadzim Head coach
Malaysia Chan Wing Hoong Assistant head coach
Malaysia Suhaimi Mat Lazim Goalkeeping coach
Malaysia Nor Ikhmar Madarsa Fitness coach
Malaysia Pugelenthi a/l Arunasalam U21 head coach
Malaysia Rafae Isa U21 assistant head coach
Malaysia Zamri Mat Arif U21 goalkeeping coach
Malaysia Naim Sukri U21 fitness coach
Malaysia Badrul Hisham Majid U19 head coach
Malaysia Ragu a/l Sinakuppan U19 assistant head coach
Malaysia Lam Chee Khan U19 goalkeeping coach
Malaysia Lutfi Latif U19 fitness coach


Name Period Honors
Malaysia Abu Bakar Fadzim (b. 1971) July 31, 2015 – present

Affiliated clubs[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d "Perak tubuh PKNP FC, sasar Piala FAM, Liga Perdana". Berita Harian. 30 July 2015. Retrieved 30 July 2015.
  2. ^ PKNP FC, MISC-MIFA Qualify For Liga Premier
  3. ^ PKNP lakar sejarah ke Liga Perdana
  4. ^ MISC-MIFA and PKNP confident of matching professional peers
  5. ^ "PKNP U21". Retrieved 17 June 2018.
  6. ^ "PKNP U19". Retrieved 17 June 2018.

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