PSGC Ciamis

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PSGC Ciamis
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Full name Persatuan Sepak Bola Galuh Ciamis
  • Maung Galuh
    (The Galuh Tigers)
  • Laskar Ciung Wanara
    (Ciung Wanara Warriors)
Founded 1990; 27 years ago (1990)
Ground Galuh Ciamis Stadium
Ground Capacity 20,000
Owner PT Galuh Lingga Wastu
Chairman H. Herdiat
Coach Brazil Carlos de Mello
League Liga 2
2014 Semifinalist
Website Club home page

PSGC stand for Persatuan Sepak Bola Galuh Ciamis (en: Football Association of Galuh Ciamis). PSGC Ciamis is an Indonesian football club based in Ciamis Regency, West Java. They currently play in Liga Indonesia Premier Division. PSGC's most common nicknames are Maung Galuh (The Galuh Tigers) and Laskar Ciung Wanara (Ciung Wanara Warriors).[1]


As of 29 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
1 Indonesia GK Rizky Bagja
2 Indonesia DF Dedeyan
3 Indonesia DF Abdul Basid (captain)
4 Indonesia DF Ipan Priyanto
6 Indonesia MF Faris Aditama
7 Indonesia FW Dimas Galih Gumilang
8 Indonesia MF Rinto Hermawan
9 Indonesia FW Sigit Hermawan
10 Indonesia FW Joko Sasongko
12 Indonesia GK Patrick Domal
13 Indonesia MF Nia Nurfadilah
16 Indonesia DF Achmad Taufiq
17 Indonesia MF Budiawan
No. Position Player
18 Indonesia MF Ganjar Kurniawan
19 Indonesia MF Saiful Anwar
20 Indonesia DF Bayu Sunarto
21 Indonesia DF Dicky Adhytia
22 Indonesia DF Rudi Gunawan
28 Indonesia DF Dodik Hariyanto
30 Indonesia MF Rosian Indira Saputra
33 Indonesia GK Iwan Muhammad Darmawan
39 Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Damir Ibrić
55 Indonesia MF Asep Mulyana
77 Indonesia MF Susanto


They play their home matches in Galuh Ciamis Stadium, with the capacity of 20,000 spectators.[2]


Indonesia Soccer Championship B (1): 2016


  1. ^ "Informasi Klub" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 25 August 2015. 
  2. ^ "Stadion Galuh Siap Jadi Lokasi Uji Coba Persib" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 26 May 2015. 

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