PS Barito Putera

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PS Barito Putera
Barito Putera logo.png
Full namePersatuan Sepakbola Barito Putera
Nickname(s)Laskar Antasari
(Antasari Warriors) Bakantan Hamuk
(the Furious Bekantan)
Founded21 April 1988; 30 years ago (1988-04-21)
GroundDemang Lehman Stadium
Capacity15,000
OwnerPT Putera Barito Berbakti[1]
PresidentZainal Hadi
ManagerHasnuryadi Sulaiman
CoachJacksen F. Tiago
LeagueLiga 1
2018Liga 1, 9th
Active departments of
PS Barito Putera
Football pictogram.svg Football pictogram.svg
Football (Men's) Football U-19 (Men's)

Persatuan Sepakbola Barito Putera, also known as Barito Putera, is an Indonesian professional football club based in Banjarmasin, Indonesia. The club is currently competing in the Liga 1.
Barito Putera dubbed as Kebanggaan Banua means The Pride of Banua.

History[edit]

Foundation and Galatama era (1988–1994)[edit]

Barito Putera was founded in 1988 by H.A. Sulaiman. H.B and participated in the 1988–89 Galatama season with players such as Fachri Amiruddin, Abdillah and Sir Yusuf Huawe. Their first manager was M Hatta and Andi Lala was their first coach. For the 1990 season, they signed Frans Sinatra Huwae, who would later be their captain and club legend, and Sukma Sejati as coach. The next year, Sukma Sejati was replaced by Maryoto, who previously coached Frans Sinatra Huwae in Diklat Ragunan. Salahuddin joined Barito and was called to the Indonesia national football team for the 1991 Southeast Asian Games, where he won the gold medal. In late 1992, Maryoto was replaced by Andi Teguh because he was appointed as the national team coach. Andi Teguh managed to guide Barito Putera to a third-placed finish in the 1992–93 Galatama season with players such as Frans Sinatra Huwae, Salahuddin, Zainuri, Yusuf Luluporo, Abdillah, Albert Korano, Fahmi Amiruddin, Samsul Bahri, Joko Hariyono, Heriansyah and Saiman. In the last season of Galatama, Daniel Roekito replaced Andi Teguh and Buyung Ismu was one of the most feared striker in Indonesia.[2]

Modern era and recent history (1994–present)[edit]

Led by manager H Rahmadi HAS, they started their first season in the merged Liga Indonesia Premier Division by finishing as a semifinalist after being defeated by then champion Persib Bandung 1–0. In 1995, Daniel Roekito was replaced by Bulgarian coach A. Soso, who is their first and only foreign coach until now. In 1996 Maryoto again joined Barito replacing A. Soso. In 1997, Maryoto and A. Soso became a duet coaching Barito. Between 1999 and 2002, Rudy William Keltjes and Tumpak Sihite coached Barito.[2]

Despite coached by Frans Sinatra Huwae, because of financial problems, Barito Putera was relegated to the Liga Indonesia First Division in 2003. Their crisis continued and they were relegated to the Liga Indonesia Second Division in 2004, despite changing their coach to Gusti Gazali. There were rumours that the club was bankrupt, but was later denied by manager Hasnuriyadi. Zainal Hadi HAS was then appointed as manager and he appointed Salahuddin as coach. Finally in 2008, they won the Liga Indonesia Second Division, and earned promotion to the Liga Indonesia First Division. In 2010, Barito finished in top eight position and were promoted to the Liga Indonesia Premier Division with players such as Sugeng Wahyudi, Husin Mugni, Dwi Permana, Zulkan Arief, Adre Djoko and Sartibi Darwis.[2]

Ten years after relegated to the Liga Indonesia First Division, they became champion of the 2011–12 Liga Indonesia Premier Division by beating Persita Tangerang 2–1 and got returned to the highest professional level competition for football clubs in Indonesia, the Indonesia Super League.[2] On June 14, 2015, H. Abdussamad Sulaiman Haji Basirun, the founder and chairman of Barito Putera, died in Jakarta.[3]

Crest & Stadium[edit]

Stadium[edit]

They usually play their home games at 17 May Stadium, which is currently renovated. For the 2013 Indonesia Super League, they play their home matches at Demang Lehman Stadium.[4] They will again use 17 May Stadium for their home matches in the 2015 Indonesia Super League after renovation finished in December 2014.[5]

Club culture[edit]

Supporters[edit]

Barito Putera is have some supporter groups, among others are the Bartman abbreviation for Barito Mania, who's have many sub base in almost of all territory of South Kalimantan province.[6]

Derbies[edit]

  • Derby Papadaan

The match of Barito Putera against Borneo F.C. are called the "Derby Papadaan" means the Brother/Family Derby.[7]

  • Derby Banua

The match of Barito Putera against Martapura F.C. also called "Derby Banua" because both of the teams are originally from South Kalimantan (Banua).

Retired number[edit]

  • 88 (number of the club)

Honours[edit]

1st, gold medalist(s) Champions: (1) 2011/2012
1st, gold medalist(s) Champions:(1) 2008/2009[8]

Season by season record[edit]

Season League Piala Indonesia AFC Cup AFC Champions League Top scorers
Division P M D K GF GA Pts Pos Name Goal
1989 Galatama 34 3 8 23 14 47 14 18th  —  —  — N/A N/A
1990 Galatama 34 8 10 16 30 47 26 16th  —  —  — N/A N/A
1991 Galatama 37 13 6 8 37 25 42 7th  —  —  — N/A N/A
1992 Galatama 32 17 6 9 36 21 40 3rd  —  —  — N/A N/A
1993 Galatama (East) 28 8 11 9 26 35 27 11th  —  —  — N/A N/A
1994–95 Premier (East) 32 17 5 10 51 31 56 4th  —  —  — N/A N/A
(2S Group A) 3 1 2 0 3 2 5 2nd
(KO)1 2 1 0 0 1 3 2 3rd
1995–96 Premier (East) 30 9 5 16 22 42 29 15th  —  —  — N/A N/A
1996–97 Premier (Central) 20 8 5 7 23 24 29 4th  —  —  — N/A N/A
(2S Group B) 3 0 1 2 2 5 1 4th
1997–98 Premier (Central) 17 6 6 5 17 16 24 4th  —  —  — N/A N/A
1998–99 Premier (East Grup 5) 8 3 1 4 8 10 10 3th  —  —  — Indonesia Bambang Harsoyo 6
1999–2000 Premier (East) 26 9 5 12 22 35 32 9th  —  —  — N/A N/A
2001 Premier (East) 25 12 7 6 32 22 43 4th  —  —  — CameroonBako Saddisau 22
(2S Group B) 3 0 0 3 2 5 0 4th
2002 Premier (East) 22 11 6 5 30 25 39 2nd  —  —  — CameroonBako Saddisau 16
(2S Group B) 3 0 0 3 2 6 0 4th
2003 Premier 38 9 11 18 30 52 38 20th  —  —  — France Yao Eloi 7
2004 DIV 1 (East) 22 6 4 12 21 32 22 11th  —  —  — Indonesia Iswadi Syukur 6
20052 Not Participated
2006 DIV 2 (Grup III A) 8 2 2 3 6 10 9 3rd NP  —  — Indonesia Sutrisno 2
2007 DIV 2 (Grup I A) 10 4 2 4 14 9 16 4th QR  —  — Indonesia Syaifullah Nazar 3
2008–09 DIV 2 (Grup VI B) 6 4 1 1 10 6 13 1st NP  —  — Indonesia Syaifullah Nazar 13
(Round of 16) 2 2 0 0 9 2 6 1st
Divisi Dua (KO)3 2 2 0 0 4 1 1st
2009–10 DIV 1 (Grup VIII) 6 6 0 0 16 1 18 1st NP  —  — Indonesia Sartibi Darwis 18
(Round of 24 Grup F) 2 2 0 0 8 2 6 1st
(Round of 16 Grup K) 3 2 1 0 6 1 7 1st
(Round of 8 Grup N) 3 0 2 1 6 7 2 4th
2010–11 Premier (Grup 3) 24 11 2 11 30 23 35 4th QR  —  — Indonesia Syaifullah Nazar 5
2011-12 Premier (1R Grup 2) 20 13 4 3 41 15 43 1st NP  —  — Liberia Sackie Teah Doe 18
(2R Group B) 3 1 1 1 6 3 4 2nd
(KO)4 2 2 0 0 4 0 1st
2013 ISL 34 15 9 10 55 40 54 5th  —  —  — Mali Djibril Coulibaly 21
2014 ISL

(West)

20 6 4 10 23 31 22 7th  —  —  — Liberia Koko Lomell 9
2015 ISL5
2016 ISC A6 34 8 9 17 40 50 33 16th  —  —  — Brazil Luiz Júnior 17
2017 Liga 1 34 15 8 11 48 44 53 7th  —  —  — Indonesia Rizky Pora 15
2018 Liga 1 34 12 11 11 52 55 47 9th    —  — Indonesia Samsul Arif 14
2019 Liga 1    —  —

  Champion   Runners-up   3rd place   Promoted   Relegated QR Babak kualifikasi NP Tidak berpartisipasi

Note:
^1 Juara 3 bersama Pupuk Kaltim. Putaran Knockout hanya statistik, tidak menghitung poinnya.
kevakuman.
^2 PS Barito Putera tidak ikut liga yang dilaksanakan PSSI dan tim melalui kevakuman.
^3 Putaran Knockout hanya statistik, tidak menghitung poinnya.
^4 Putaran Knockout hanya statistik, tidak menghitung poinnya.
^5 Liga dihentikan dan dibekukan di Pekan ke-3.
^6 Indonesia Soccer Championship A merupakan kompetisi tidak resmi menggantikan Indonesia Super League yang sempat ditangguhkan.

AFC clubs ranking[edit]

As of 24 December 2018.[9]
Current Rank Country Team
179 Japan Matsumoto Yamaga FC
180 Iran Naft Masjed Soleyman
181 Indonesia Barito Putera
182 Uzbekistan FK Buxoro
183 Thailand Sisaket FC

Players[edit]

Current Squad[edit]

As of 04:12, Saturday, January 19, 2019 (UTC)[10]

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 Muhammad Riyandi
6 Indonesia MF Evan Dimas
9 Indonesia FW Samsul Arif (Vice-captain)
13 Indonesia DF Roni Beroperay
14 Indonesia DF Nazar Nurzaidin
15 Indonesia MF M. Raffi Syarahil
17 Indonesia MF Paulo Sitanggang
18 Indonesia DF Gavin Kwan
20 Indonesia GK Aditya Harlan
No. Position Player
26 Indonesia MF Rizky Pora (Captain)
55 Indonesia DF Dandi Maulana
74 Indonesia DF Firly Apriansyah
77 Indonesia GK Rajiv Abizal
91 Indonesia FW Sandy Ferizal
94 Indonesia DF Ady Setiawan
96 Indonesia MF Nazarul Fahmi
Indonesia DF Ahmad Mahrus Bachtiar
Indonesia DF Andri Ibo
Indonesia FW M. Afandy Yusuf
Indonesia FW Yakob Sayuri
Indonesia MF Alif Zaelani

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. Position Player

Player under contract[edit]

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

No. Position Player

Technical staff[edit]

Position Name
Head coach Brazil Jacksen F. Tiago
Assistant coach Indonesia Yunan Helmi
Goalkeeper coach Brazil Felipe Américo
Fitness coach Brazil Vitor Tinoco
Doctor Indonesia Rey Adi Wirawan
Physiotherapist Indonesia Dayan, Ridha Bekti
Masseur Indonesia Rabbani
Kitman Indonesia Fauzi

All time coaches[edit]

Years Coach
1988–1989 Indonesia Andi Lala
1989–1990 Indonesia Sukma Sejati
1990–1992 Indonesia Maryoto
1992–1993 Indonesia Andi Teguh
1993–1994 Indonesia Gusnul Yakin
1994–1996 Indonesia Daniel Roekito
1996–1997 Bulgaria A. Soso
1997 Indonesia Maryoto (caretaker)
1997–1999 Indonesia Rudy William Keltjes
1999–2000 Indonesia Daniel Roekito
2001 Indonesia Mundari Karya
2002 Indonesia Tumpak Uli Sihite
2003–2004 Indonesia Frans Sinatra Huwae
2005 Indonesia Gusti Gazali
2006 Indonesia Lulut Kistono
2007–2015 Indonesia Salahudin
2016 Indonesia Mundari Karya
2016 Indonesia Yunan Helmi (caretaker)
2017– Brazil Jacksen F. Tiago

Managerial[edit]

Years Managers
1988–1990 Indonesia M. Hatta
1990–1994 Indonesia Yos Simon
1994–2004 Indonesia Rahmadi
2004 Indonesia H. Hasnuryadi Sulaiman
2005 Indonesia Irwan Cahyadi
2006–2011 Indonesia Zainal Hadi
2011– Indonesia H. Hasnuryadi Sulaiman

Sponsorship & Kits[edit]

Main sponsors

  • Hasnur Group

Other sponsors

  • Jhonlin Group
  • Haji Maming Batulicin
  • Bank Kalsel [1]

Media partners

  • Gol Radio 106.7 FM [2]

Kit manufacturers[edit]

Years Kits
2012–2014 Indonesia Specs
2015–2017 Indonesia RIORS
2018– England Umbro

[11]

Legend of the club[edit]

Salahudin's join with Barito Putera at 1989 until 2000 as a player. In 2007, his come as coach to this team until 2015. In 2011/2012 season of Liga Indonesia Premier Division, He's brought Barito Putera become champions and promoted to Indonesia super league, now known as Liga 1, the highest professional level competition for football clubs in Indonesia.[12]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://bola.kompas.com/read/2018/08/27/16220718/barito-putera-tetap-jadi-ikon-hasnur-group
  2. ^ a b c d "History" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 15 November 2014.
  3. ^ "Pendiri Barito Meninggal Dunia, PSSI Turut Berduka Cita" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 18 June 2015.
  4. ^ "Stadion" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 15 November 2014.
  5. ^ "Barito Putera Gunakan Stadion 17 Mei Untuk Musim Depan" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 6 December 2014.
  6. ^ "Barito mania supporters of Barito putera". Banjarmasin Post. 7 June 2017.
  7. ^ Liputan6.com. "Derby Papadaan, Barito Putera - Borneo FC". liputan6.com. Retrieved 2017-10-15.
  8. ^ "Indonesia 1992/93". Retrieved 15 November 2014.
  9. ^ https://footballdatabase.com/clubs-ranking/barito-putera
  10. ^ "Daftar Pemain Barito Putera Liga 1". Retrieved 5 April 2018.
  11. ^ "Bukti Keseriusan, Barito Putera Gandeng Apparel Internasional | Goal.com" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2017-10-19.
  12. ^ "Barito's champions at 2011/2012". 2012.

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