PSS Sleman

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PSS Sleman
PSS Sleman logo.svg
Full namePersatuan Sepakbola Sleman
Nickname(s)Super Elang Jawa
Founded20 May 1976
GroundMaguwoharjo Stadium
Capacity31,700
ChairmanFatih Chabanto
ManagerSeto Nurdiantoro
LeagueLiga 1
2018Liga 2, 1st (Promoted)

Active departments of
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PSS, an abbreviation for Persatuan Sepakbola Sleman is a football club based in Sleman Regency, Special Region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The tautology PSS is often used in local media. PSS is the youngest team among three elite teams (PSIM Yogyakarta and Persiba Bantul) in the Special Region of Yogyakarta.

History[edit]

PSS Sleman needed 24 years before they could play in the top division of Indonesian football. In 2000, PSS Sleman finally fulfilled its dream to join the Indonesian elite teams in Divisi Utama (it was the top division before the restructure of the Indonesian Super League). During 2000-2006, PSS Sleman managed to secure their existence in the top division. Fourth position in 2003 and 2004 season and semifinalists of Indonesian Cup 2005 were the best achievements they gained during that period. In 2006, the biggest earthquake in the modern era struck Special Region of Yogyakarta. More than 5000 people died and thousands people lost their house and properties. For this condition, PSS Sleman and two other teams from Special Region of Yogyakarta (PSIM Yogyakarta and Persiba Bantul) agreed to withdraw from the national competition. For this force major condition, PSSI (Football Association of Indonesia) decided to give dispensation for those three teams. PSSI nullified the relegation and those three teams finished 2006 season in last place.

The year of 2007 became one of the milestones of PSS Sleman history. In that year, PSS Sleman started to use their new stadium, Maguwoharjo Stadium as their home base. This stadium was built as the response of Sleman government to support PSS Sleman as the representative of their city in national league. As an addition, in 2002 till 2003, PSS Sleman rented Mandala Krida Stadium as their home base in Yogyakarta. They left Tridadi Stadium in Sleman for the more representative and bigger in capacity stadium.

After two years rented Mandala Krida Stadium, Sleman government then took the decision to build their own stadium as new asset and investment in Maguwoharjo. Though in 2007 it had not finished yet, PSS Sleman started to use Maguwoharjo Stadium as their new home base. PSS Sleman played their first match in Maguwoharjo Stadium in 2007 season versus Pelita Jaya. PSS won 2-1 with goals from Ferry Setiawan and Slamet Nurcahyo. Unfortunately, PSS Sleman failed to follow up on this good result. In the end of the season 2007 which initiated the professionalisation of the Indonesian Super League, PSS Sleman failed to secure access to Liga Super Indonesia (LSI) as the top division. In 2008-2012, PSS Sleman played in Divisi Utama (DU). In that period, PSS Sleman failed to gain promotion. Last season (2011-2012), PSS Sleman finished in 7th position in the table.

Fans[edit]

Today, PSS Sleman is supported by two fans club, Slemania[1] and Brigata Curva Sud 1976.[2] Each of those two fans bases has approximately 8000 members to support this team. Slemania established in 2000 and Brigata Curva Sud is established in 2011. BCS has more than 720 communities (ex: Goldenwater Boys, Batas Barat, Sleman Fans Ngawi, BFE, Aguila Da Sud, BCS Japan, BCS South Korea, Athecraz, etc.)

Players[edit]

As of Liga 1 2019.

First team 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
3 Indonesia DF Bagus Nirwanto (captain)
4 Indonesia MF Efdal Prastiyo
5 Indonesia DF Asyraq Gufron
6 Indonesia MF Wahyu Sukarta
7 Indonesia MF Ricky Kambuaya
9 Indonesia FW Antony Nugroho
10 Ukraine FW Yevhen Bokhashvili
11 Indonesia MF Sidik Saimima
12 Indonesia FW Haris Tuharea
14 Spain DF Alfonso de la Cruz
15 Indonesia MF Rangga Muslim
17 Indonesia GK Juprianto Alexander
18 Indonesia DF Jajang Sukmara
19 Indonesia DF Ardan Aras
21 Indonesia GK Ega Rizky
22 Indonesia DF Purwaka Yudhi
No. Position Player
23 Indonesia MF Arsyad Yusgiantoro
28 Indonesia MF Yudha Alkanza
27 Indonesia MF Irkham Zahrul Milla
31 Indonesia DF Samuel Christianson
32 Iraq MF Brian Ferreira
33 Indonesia MF Ocvian Chanigio
34 Indonesia GK Try Hamdani
44 Indonesia DF Ikhwan Ciptady
52 Indonesia FW Saddam Emiruddin
69 Indonesia DF Derry Rachman
77 Indonesia MF Jefri Kurniawan
88 Brazil MF Guilherme Batata
92 Indonesia MF Dave Mustaine
97 Indonesia MF Arie Sandy
99 Indonesia FW Kushedya Hari Yudo

Club officials[edit]

Board of commissioners and directors[edit]

Position Name
Chairman Indonesia Fatih Chabanto

Team management[edit]

Position Name
Team Manager Indonesia Soedibyo
Assistant Manager Indonesia Muhammad Eksan
Technical Director Indonesia Danilo Fernando
Head coach Indonesia Seto Nurdiantoro
Assistant coach Indonesia Soewandi HS
Goalkeeping coach Indonesia Listyanto Raharjo
Fitness coach Indonesia Asep Ardiansyah
Under-21 manager vacant
Under-21 head coach vacant
Under-18 manager vacant
Under-18 head coach vacant
Team doctor Indonesia Dr. Hernawan Sukoco
Masseur Indonesia Djamad
Kit man Indonesia Riyono,Agung

Coaches[edit]

Period Name
1976–1994 unknown
1995–1996 Indonesia Suwarno
1997–1998 vacant
1999–2000 Indonesia Drs. Bambang Nurdjoko, Drs. Herwin Sjahruddin
2001–2002 Indonesia Suharno
2003 Indonesia Yudi Suryata
2004–2005 Indonesia Daniel Roekito
2005 Indonesia Mundari Karya
2005–2006 Indonesia Herry Kiswanto
2007 Argentina Horacio Alberto Montes
2007 Indonesia Rudy William Keltjes
2008 Indonesia Iwan Setiawan
2008 Indonesia Yudi Suryata
2008–2009 Indonesia Maman Durachman
2009–2010 Indonesia Yance Efraim Matmey
2010 Indonesia Singh Bettay
2010 Indonesia Inyong Lolombulan
2010–2011 Indonesia M. Basri
2011–2012 Indonesia Widyantoro
2013 Indonesia Hanafi
2013 Indonesia Yusak Sutanto
2013 Indonesia Lafran Pribadi
2014 Indonesia Sartono Anwar
2014 Indonesia Herry Kiswanto
2015 Indonesia Jaya Hartono
2015 (Piala kemerdekaan) Indonesia Didik Listyantara
2016–2017 Indonesia Freddy Mulli
2017 Indonesia Seto Nurdiantoro
2017–2018 Indonesia Herry Kiswanto
2018– Indonesia Seto Nurdiantoro

Honours[edit]

Domestic[edit]

League[edit]

  • Winners (1): 2018
  • Runners up (1): 2000
  • Runners up (1): 2016

References[edit]

  1. ^ slemania.or.id
  2. ^ bcspss.com

External links[edit]