PSM Makassar

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PSM Makassar
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Full namePersatuan Sepakbola Makassar
Short namePSM
Founded2 November 1915; 104 years ago (1915-11-02) (as Makassar Voetbal Bond)
GroundAndi Mattalatta Stadium
Madya Stadium (AFC Cup matches)
OwnerPT Persaudaraan Sepak Bola Makassar[1] (direct owner)
Bosowa Corporation Grup
CEOMunafri Arifuddin
Head CoachBojan Hodak
LeagueLiga 1
2019Liga 1, 12th
WebsiteClub website
Current season
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PSM Makassar is an Indonesian professional football club based in Makassar, South Sulawesi. The club was founded in 1915 (as Makassar Voetbal Bond) and competes in the Indonesian Liga 1. Locally it is best known by the nickname Juku Eja, which translates as The Red Fish. PSM plays their home matches in Andi Mattalatta Stadium.

PSM is the oldest team in the history of Indonesian football. They are also considered as one of the most successful clubs in Indonesia. In the 2001 season, they became the second Indonesia club side to reach quarter-final in the Asian Club Championship.


Foundation and early years (1915–42)[edit]

PSM was founded on 2 November 1915 as Makassar Voetbal Bond (MVB). They are considered as the oldest football club in Indonesia and as one of the oldest in South East Asia. During the Japanese occupation of the Dutch East Indies, all type of organization with Dutch spellings are removed and MVB changed to PSM Makassar[2]

Perserikatan era (1942–94)[edit]

Some of the early players of PSM Makassar were regularly called to the Indonesia national football team, the most famous player was the club legend Ramang. They won their first Perserikatan title in 1957 by winning against PSMS Medan.[3] They also managed to win the championship in 1959, 1965, 1966 and 1992.[2]

Modern era (1994–present)[edit]

After the merger of Perserikatan and Galatama in 1994, they won their first Indonesia Premier Division title in 2000. The squad consists of the combination of national team players, such as Miro Baldo Bento, Aji Santoso, Bima Sakti, Kurniawan Dwi Yulianto and Hendro Kartiko, and local talents, such as Ronny Ririn, Syamsudin Batola, Yusrifar Djafar, dan Rachman Usman. They won the 1999–2000 Liga Indonesia Premier Division by only losing 2 from 31 matches.[4]

In 2011 they joined the breakaway league Liga Primer Indonesia.[5] They continued to play in the Indonesian Premier League organized by PT Liga Prima Indonesia Sportindo until 2013, before joining the Indonesia Super League again in the 2014 season.[6][7]

Season-by-season records[edit]

Season(s) League/Division Tms. Pos. Piala Indonesia AFC competition(s)
1994–95 Premier Division 34 First round
1995–96 Premier Division 31 Runner-up Asian Club Championship First round
1996–97 Premier Division 33 Semi-final
1997–98 Premier Division 31 Did not finish Asian Cup Winners' Cup Quarter-final
1998–99 Premier Division 28 Second-round
1999–00 Premier Division 28 1
2001 Premier Division 28 Runner-up Asian Club Championship Quarter-final
2002 Premier Division 24 Semi-final Asian Cup Winners' Cup First round
2003 Premier Division 20 Runner-up
2004 Premier Division 18 Runner-up AFC Champions League Group stage
2005 Premier Division 28 Second-round Second-round AFC Champions League Group stage
2006 Premier Division 28 Second-round Second-round
2007–08 Premier Division 36 First-round Third-round
2008–09 Indonesia Super League 18 8 First-round
2009–10 Indonesia Super League 18 13 Second-round
2011 Liga Primer Indonesia 19 3
2011–12 Indonesia Premier League 12 6 Third-round
2013 Indonesia Premier League 16 6
2014 Indonesia Super League 22 First round
2015 Indonesia Super League 18 Did not finish
2016 Indonesia Soccer Championship A 18 6
2017 Liga 1 18 3
2018 Liga 1 18 2 Ongoing (Continue on 2019)
2019 Liga 1 18 12 Champions AFC Cup ASEAN Zone Semi-final
2020 Liga 1 18 Ongoing AFC Cup Ongoing
  • Tms. = Number of teams
  • Pos. = Position in league

AFC club ranking[edit]

As of 2 July 2019.[8]
Rank Club Points
101 Maldives Maziya S&RC 10.46
102 India Minerva Punjab F.C. 10.23
103 Indonesia PSM Makassar 10.13
104 India Aizawl F.C. 9.89
105 Jordan Al Ahli Amman 9.86


League/Division Titles Runners-up Seasons won Seasons runners-up
Perserikatan 5 4 1955-57, 1957-59, 1964-65, 1965-66, 1991-92 1951, 1959-61, 1964, 1993-94
Liga Indonesia Premier Division / Liga 1 1 5 1999–2000 1995-96, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2018
Cup Competitions Titles Runners-up Seasons won Seasons runners-up
Piala Indonesia 1 0 2018-19
Piala Presiden Soeharto[9] 1 0 1974[10]
Friendly Tournament Titles Runners-up Seasons won Seasons runners-up
Aga Khan Gold Cup 0 1 1960[11]
Ho Chi Minh City Cup[12] 1 0 2001[13]

AFC (Asian competitions)[edit]

Performance in AFC club competitions[edit]

Season Competition Round NAT Club Home Away
2001 Asian Club Championship (present: AFC Champions League) First round Vietnam Sông Lam Nghệ An 0–0 4–1
Second round Thailand Royal Thai Air Force 6–1 5–0
Quarter-final China Shandong Luneng Taishan 1–3  –
Quarter-final South Korea Suwon Samsung Bluewings 1–8  –
Quarter-final Japan Júbilo Iwata 0–3  –
2004 AFC Champions League Group stage Vietnam Hoàng Anh Gia Lai 3–0 1–5
Group stage Thailand Krung Thai Bank 2–3 2–1
Group stage China Dalian Shide 0–1 1–2
2005 AFC Champions League Group stage Thailand BEC Tero 1–0 2–2
Group stage Japan Yokohama F. Marinos 0–2 0–3
Group stage China Shandong Luneng Taishan 0–1 1–6
2019 AFC Cup Group stage Singapore Home United 3–2 1–1
Group stage Philippines Kaya F.C.–Iloilo 1–1 2–1
Group stage Laos Lao Toyota 7–3 3–0
ASEAN Zone Semi-final Vietnam Becamex Bình Dương F.C. 2–1 0–1
2020 AFC Cup Play off round East Timor Lalenok United F.C. 3–1 4–1
Group stage Singapore Tampines Rovers FC Cancelled 1–2
Group stage Myanmar Shan United F.C. 3–1 Cancelled
Group stage Philippines Kaya F.C.-Iloilo 1–1 Cancelled

Stadium and facilities[edit]

Home matches are played in Andi Mattalatta Stadium (also known as Mattoangin), with a capacity which adds up to 20,000, including VIP stands. The stadium, originally built in 1957 for Pekan Olahraga Nasional IV, and it was renovated in 2000 for 2000–01 Asian Club Championship. In the future PSM Makassar will play their home matches at new stadium, Barombong Stadium.

Colours and crest[edit]

Amongst PSM most popular nicknames are Juku Eja (Red Fish). From the foundation of the club, the common home kit includes a red shirt, red or white shorts, and white socks. Red and white colours are also seen in the crest. The away kit of the club is associated with a white or black background. Blue was adopted as the club's primary colour for their second uniform in 2015.

Shirt sponsors and manufacturers[edit]

Period Kit manufacture Shirt sponsor(s)
1994–1995 Germany Adidas Dunhill
1995–1996 Toyota
1996–1997 Kansas
1997–1999 No Sponsors
1999–2000 Tanjung Bunga
2000–2006 Semen Bosowa
2006–2007 Italy Diadora
2008–2009 Indonesia Specs
2011–2013 Indonesia Vilour[15]
2013–2016 United States Nike[16]
2017 Spain Kelme
2018–present England Umbro


Supporter group[edit]

PSM's creative supporters are The Maczman, Laskar Ayam Jantan (LAJ). There are many big supporter groups, but the most well-known are Red Gank, Komunitas VIP Selatan (KVS), Komunitas VIP Utara (KVU), Komunitas Supporter VIP Utama (KSVU).[citation needed]


The rivalries with Persija Jakarta is very emotional up to now and can be called the "Red Derby Perserikatan" recalling the Perserikatan era.[17] Their supporters have never been hostile outside of the match, even though inside the stadium they are competing, but lately there have been clashes with supporters of Persija's The Jakmania.[18]

PSM has competition with club Perserikatan era, namely Persija Jakarta, PSMS Medan, Persebaya Surabaya and Persib Bandung.


Current squad[edit]

As of 27 February 2020[19]

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
3 DF Indonesia IDN Zulkifli Syukur (vice-captain)
4 DF Indonesia IDN Wasyiat Hasbullah
9 FW Brazil BRA Giancarlo
10 FW Indonesia IDN Ezra Walian
14 DF Indonesia IDN Asnawi Mangkualam Bahar
15 DF Indonesia IDN Hasyim Kipuw
17 MF Indonesia IDN Rasyid Bakri
19 MF Indonesia IDN Rizky Pellu
20 GK Indonesia IDN Muhammad Reza Arya Pratama
21 DF Bosnia and Herzegovina BIH Šerif Hasić
22 MF Indonesia IDN Yakob Sayuri
23 MF Indonesia IDN Bayu Gatra
No. Pos. Nation Player
24 MF Indonesia IDN Muhammad Rizky Eka Pratama
27 MF Indonesia IDN Ahmad Agung
28 DF Indonesia IDN Abdul Rahman
29 DF Indonesia IDN Firza Andika (on loan from A.F.C. Tubize)
33 GK Indonesia IDN Miswar Saputra
48 MF Indonesia IDN Muhammad Arfan
51 GK Indonesia IDN Syaiful Syamsuddin
58 DF Indonesia IDN Roni Esar Beroperay
71 MF Indonesia IDN Aji Kurniawan
80 MF Netherlands NED Wiljan Pluim (captain)
97 GK Indonesia IDN Hilman Syah
99 MF Indonesia IDN Saldi Amiruddin

Naturalized players[edit]

Country Player
Netherlands Netherlands Ezra Walian

Out on loan[edit]

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
6 FW Indonesia IDN Ferdinand Sinaga (at PSMS Medan)
18 DF Indonesia IDN Dedi Gusmawan (at Sulut United)
25 DF Indonesia IDN Leo Guntara (at Semen Padang)
55 MF Indonesia IDN Takwir Rahman (at Kalteng Putra)
88 MF Indonesia IDN Irsyad Maulana (at Semen Padang)
MF Indonesia IDN Fajri Ardiansyah (at Kalteng Putra)


As of January 2020
Coaching staff[20]
Head coach Croatia Bojan Hodak
Assistant coach Croatia Nenad Baćina
Assistant coach Indonesia Herry Setiawan
Assistant coach Indonesia Bahar Muharram
Assistant coach Indonesia Syafril Usman
Goalkeeping coach Indonesia Hendro Kartiko
Medical staff
Team doctor Indonesia dr. Hardiansyah Muslimin
Nutritionists Indonesia dr Mufliha Paremma[21]
Nutritionists Indonesia dr Faradillah Anwar[21]
Physiotherapist Indonesia Immanuel Maulang
Technical staff[22]
Team director Indonesia Sumirlan
General director Indonesia Irsal Ohorella
Accounting director Indonesia Ahmad Muhiddin
Secretary Indonesia Iko Md
Media officer Indonesia Sulaeman Karim
Photographer Indonesia Daeng Budje

Notable players[edit]

This list includes players whom have made significant contributions to the club. Bold indicates players still active in this club.

Domestic players[edit]

Foreign players[edit]

Managerial history[edit]

Years Name
1999–2000 Indonesia Syamsuddin Umar
2004–2005 Czech Republic Miroslav Janů
2005–2006 Germany Fritz Korbach
2006–2007 Brazil Carlos De Mello
2007–2008 Bulgaria Radoy Minkovski
2008–2009 Malaysia Raja Isa
2009–2010 Indonesia Hanafing
2010 Indonesia Tumpak Sihite
2010–2011 Netherlands Robert Alberts[5]
2011 Netherlands Wim Rijsbergen[23]
2011–2013 Croatia Petar Segrt[24]
2013 Indonesia Imran Amirullah[25]
2013–2014 Germany Jörg Steinebrunner[26]
2014 Indonesia Rudy Keltjes[27]
2014–2015 Indonesia Assegaf Razak[28]
2015 Austria Alfred Riedl[29]
2015 Austria Hans-Peter Schaller[30]
2015–2016 Indonesia Assegaf Razak[31]
2016 Brazil Luciano Leandro
2016–2019 Netherlands Robert Alberts[32]
2019 Bosnia and Herzegovina Darije Kalezić[33]
2020–present Croatia Bojan Hodak

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Purnamasari, Desi. "Para Bos di Belakang Klub-Klub Sepakbola Indonesia di Liga 1".
  2. ^ a b "Sejarah Klub" (in Indonesian). Archived from the original on 12 March 2014. Retrieved 30 October 2014.
  3. ^ "PSM Makassar Klub Terbaik Se-Asia" (in Indonesian). Archived from the original on 31 October 2014. Retrieved 30 October 2014.
  4. ^ "SEJARAH BERDIRINYA PSM MAKASSAR" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 30 October 2014.
  5. ^ a b "PSM Makassar Bergabung ke LPI" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 30 October 2014.
  6. ^ "Rencana Persib ke LPI Memotivasi PSM" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 30 October 2014.
  7. ^ "PSM Makasar Lolos Unifikasi Liga 2014 Terseok Di Peringkat?" (in Indonesian). Archived from the original on 31 October 2014. Retrieved 30 October 2014.
  8. ^ "AFC Club Ranking 2019".
  9. ^ "Piala Presiden Soeharto".
  10. ^ "Piala Presiden Soeharto".
  11. ^ "Aga Khan Gold Cup".
  12. ^ "Ho Chi Minh City Cups".
  13. ^ "Ho Chi Minh City Cups".
  14. ^ "Cup Winners' Cup 1997/98". Retrieved 30 October 2014.
  15. ^ "PSM Tetap Pakai Jersey Vilour" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 31 October 2014.
  16. ^ "Nike Jadi Sponsor PSM" (in Indonesian). Archived from the original on 31 October 2014. Retrieved 31 October 2014.
  17. ^ "Bersaing Sejak Era Perserikatan, Laga PSM versus Persija Ibarat El Clasico". Tribun Timur (in Indonesian). Retrieved 5 March 2020.
  18. ^ Yunus, Muhammad (27 July 2019). "Pemain Persija Diserang Usai Uji Coba Lapangan". Makassar Terkini (in Indonesian). Retrieved 8 February 2020.
  19. ^ "PSM Makassar". the-AFC. Retrieved 24 February 2020.
  20. ^ "Tim Pelatih PSM Makassar Berganti, Ini Komposisinya". 18 August 2016.
  21. ^ a b "Robert Rene Akan Atur Makanan Pemain PSM Makassar". Tribun Timur.
  22. ^ "Ini Struktur Baru Manajemen PSM Setelah RUPS". Tribun Timur.
  23. ^ "Wim Minta Mundur dari Kursi Pelatih PSM Makassar" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 30 October 2014.
  24. ^ "Petar Segrt Pergi dari PSM" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 30 October 2014.
  25. ^ "Pelatih PSM Makassar Tunggu Nasib di Salatiga" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 30 October 2014.
  26. ^ "Pelatih PSM Makassar Mundur" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 30 October 2014.
  27. ^ "Rudy Keltjes Ungkap Alasan Pilih PSM" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 30 October 2014.
  28. ^ "Pelatih PSM: 90 Persen Pemain Pantas Dipertahankan" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 30 October 2014.
  29. ^ "Alfred Riedl Mendarat di Makassar ,15 Januari" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 8 January 2015.
  30. ^ "PSM Makassar Patenkan Peter Gantikan Riedle" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 10 April 2015.
  31. ^ "Assegaf Razak, Peramu Kekuatan PSM di 8 Besar Piala Presiden" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 14 September 2015.[permanent dead link]
  32. ^ "RESMI: Robert Rene Alberts Jadi Pelatih PSM Makassar" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 1 June 2016.
  33. ^ "RESMI: Robert Darije Kalezic Jadi Pelatih PSM Makassar" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2 February 2019.

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