PSPS Pekanbaru

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For the reserve team, see PSPS U-21. For the team season, see 2010–11 PS Pekanbaru season.
PSPS Pekanbaru
Logo
Full name Persatuan Sepak Bola Pekanbaru dan Sekitarnya
Nickname(s) Asykar Bertuah (en: Lucky Warrior)
The Sumatran Tapir
Founded 1955[1]
Ground Rumbai Stadium, Pekanbaru
Ground Capacity 30,000[2]
Owner PT. PSPS Pekanbaru
Chairman Anto Rachman
Manager Zulkifli Nasution (ad interim)
Coach Philip Hansen Maramis
League Liga 2
2013 Indonesia Super League, 18th (relegated)

PSPS, an acronym for Persatuan Sepak Bola Pekanbaru dan Sekitarnya is an Indonesian football team based in Pekanbaru. They compete in the division of Indonesian football, Liga Indonesia. In media, the club is often referred to as the tautology PSPS Pekanbaru.

After they finished in third position in the Liga Indonesia Premier Division 2008-2009, PSPS were directly promoted to Indonesia Super League for the 2009-2010 season. They play at the 20,000 capacity Rumbai Stadium.[3]

Current squad[edit]

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 Gianluca Pandeynuwu
2 Indonesia DF Wahyu Kristanto
4 Japan DF Ayumu Seko (loan)
6 Indonesia MF Muhammad Fahri
7 South Korea MF Ko Min-hyuk
8 Indonesia MF Alqomar Tehupelasury
9 Denmark FW Marc Rochester
10 Denmark FW Lee Rochester Sørensen
11 Indonesia MF Ichsan Pratama
16 Indonesia MF Aga Mahardika
17 Indonesia FW Riki Dwi Saputro
19 Indonesia MF Riki Salehudin
21 Indonesia MF Firman Septian
No. Position Player
24 Indonesia MF Lopenda
25 Indonesia DF Muhammad Mukhlis
26 Indonesia DF Dendi Sembiring
28 Indonesia MF Julkarnain Tehupelasury
29 Indonesia DF Hasbullah Bustan
31 Indonesia GK Leonardo
32 Indonesia DF Luis Irsandi
41 Indonesia DF Reza Fahlevi
43 Indonesia DF Asep Budi Santoso
76 Indonesia FW Ananias Fingkreuw
77 Indonesia MF Defri Rizky
78 Indonesia GK Ismail Hanafi
99 Indonesia FW Rendi Saputra

Achievements and honors[edit]

  • Winners (1): 1999

Kit supplier[edit]

  • Lotto (2009–2011)
  • Pluso (2012)
  • Joma (2012–2014)
  • Calcetto (2015)

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