Perlis FA

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Perlis
Perlis FA.png
Full name Perlis Association Football Club
Nickname(s) The Northern Lions
Founded 1963; 53 years ago (1963)
Ground Tuanku Syed Putra Stadium
Ground Capacity 20,000
Chairman Rozabil Abdul Rahman
Coach Dollah Salleh
League Malaysia Premier League
2015 Malaysia FAM League, Runner-up
1st (Group A)
Current season

The Perlis Association Football Club (Malay: Kelab Persatuan Bola Sepak Perlis) is an association football club that represents the state of Perlis.

Based in Kangar, Perlis, Perlis AFC currently plays in the second division of Malaysian football, Malaysia Premier League after promoted from 2015 Malaysia FAM League. Perlis FA promoted after became the champions of Group A. However, Perlis lost to Melaka United who was champion of Group B in final of 2015 Malaysia FAM League with score 2-1 at Hang Jebat Stadium, Melaka. Officially Founded in 1963 and have a long-standing rivalry with Kedah FA, the two northern teams collectively known as the Northern Derby. Their home is the 20,000-seat Utama Negeri stadium and it was built in 1995 after replacing Dato Sheikh Ahmad Stadium. Perlis 's regular kit colours are yellow shirt and blue shorts, representing the state colours. Perlis had their first major success in the 2004 season, when they won the Malaysia Cup 2004. Domestically, Perlis have won the Malaysia football tournament, lastly in the 2008 Malaysia Charity Shield, 2 Malaysia Cups, 1 Malaysia Super League, 3 Runner up Malaysia FA Cups, 2 Malaysia Charity Shield and 1 Malaysian League Division II title in 1989. 2006 was their debut playing in the AFC Cup and the AFC Cup 2010 withdrew.

Sponsors[edit]

The following are the sponsors of Perlis United:

  • Since 1995 - current
Periods Kit Manufactuer Main Sponsor Other Sponsor
1995 Italy Lotto Dunhill None
1996 Uruguay Kronos
1997 Germany Adidas
1998 DSSK
1999 Italy Lotto
2000 Germany Adidas
2001 Germany Puma
2002 Italy Diadora
2003 United Kingdom Admiral
2004
2005 Spain Joma Telekom Malaysia Bintong Construction
2006 Italy Kappa
2007 Italy Diadora DSSK
2008 South Korea KIKA Troyten
2009 DSSK
2010 Yayasan Pok dan Kassim
2011 ASTRO
2012 Singapore Kubba
2013 Malaysia Warriors Warriors
2014 China Xtep Canggih
2015 Malaysia Sabah Carino Carino None
2016 MaraLiner

Trophy Cabinet[edit]

Title Winners Runners-up
Malaysia Cup (2x) 2004, 2006 2005
Division 1/ Premier 1/ Super League (1x) 2005 2009
Division 2/ Premier 2/ Premier League (1x) 1989
FAM League 2015
Malaysian FA Cup 2003, 2006, 2007
Malaysia Charity Shield (2x) 2007, 2008 2005

Achievements (1995–Current)[edit]

Year Malaysia Charity Shield Position League Malaysia FA Cup Malaysia Cup AFC Cup AFC Champions League Others Tournaments
1995 Did Not Qualify 10/15 Premier League 1st Round Group Stage - -
4th Scissors Cup Kerala,India: Runner up 1995
[1]
1996 Did Not Qualify 10/15 Premier League 2nd Round Group Stage - - -
1997 Did Not Qualify 6/15 Premier League 2nd Round
Semi-Finals
- - -
1998 Did Not Qualify 11/12 Premier League 2nd Round Not Qualified - - -
1999 Did Not Qualify 4/10 Premier 2 2nd Round Group Stage - - -
2000 Did Not Qualify 9/12 Premier 1 1st Round Group Stage - - -
2001 Did Not Qualify 6/12 Premier 1 2nd Round Quarter-Finals - - -
2002 Did Not Qualify 7/14 Premier 1 1st Round Group Stage - - -
2003 Did Not Qualify
3/13
Premier 1
Runners-up
Semi-Finals
- - -
2004 Did Not Qualify
3/8
Super League 3rd Round
CHAMPION
Did Not Qualify - -
2005
Runners-up
CHAMPION
Super League 2nd Round
Runners-up
Did Not Qualify - -
2006 Did Not Qualify 4/8 Super League
Runners-up
CHAMPION
Group Stage - -
2007
CHAMPION
5/13 Super League
Runners-up
Quarter-Finals Did Not Qualify - -
2008
CHAMPION
7/13 Super League 1st Round Quarter-Finals Did Not Qualify - -
2009 Did Not Qualify
2/14
Super League
Semi-Finals
Semi-Finals
Did Not Qualify - -
2010 Did Not Qualify 12/14 Super League 1st Round Quarter-Finals Withdrew - -
2011 Did Not Qualify 14/14 Super League 1st Round Did Not Qualify Did Not Qualify - -
2012 Did Not Qualify 11/12 Premier League 2nd Round Did Not Qualify Did Not Qualify - -
2013 Did Not Qualify 10/12 Premier League 1st Round Did Not Qualify Did Not Qualify - -
2014 Did Not Qualify 11/12 Premier League 2nd Round Did Not Qualify Did Not Qualify - -
2015 Did Not Qualify 1/10 [2] FAM League - Did Not Qualify Did Not Qualify - Runner-up of FAM Cup [3]

League Record Season by Season (2000 – Current)[edit]

Season M-League Post Honour Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Top Scorer Gol Score Players Awards
2000 Malaysia Premier League 1 9/12 - 22 6 7 9 24 27 -3 25
2001 Malaysia Premier League 1 6/12 - 22 9 4 9 31 31 0 31
2002 Malaysia Premier League 1 7/14 - 26 11 8 7 31 23 7 41
2003 Malaysia Premier League 1 3/13 Third Place 24 13 6 5 40 23 17 45 Phillimon Chepita 23 Golden Boots Winner
2004 Malaysia Super League 3/8 Third Place 21 10 6 5 41 30 11 36 Phillimon Chepita, Yusri Che Lah 9 -
2005 Malaysia Super League 1/8 Champion 21 14 3 4 43 19 24 45 Zacharia Simukonda 18 Golden Boots Winner
2006 Malaysia Super League 4/8 - 21 8 6 7 26 25 1 30 Phillimon Chepita 13 -
2006–07 Malaysia Super League 5/13 - 24 13 4 7 47 25 22 43 Phillimon Chepita, Azlan Ismail 13 -
2007–08 Malaysia Super League 7/13 - 24 10 6 8 36 25 11 36 Phillimon Chepita 13 -
2009 Malaysia Super League 2/14 Runner-up 26 17 5 4 40 19 21 56 Mohd Nizaruddin Yusof 18 Golden Boots Winner
2010 Malaysia Super League 12/14 - 26 8 5 13 32 35 -3 29 Ahmad Fakri Saarani 5 -
2011 Malaysia Super League 14/14 26 2 4 20 20 61 -41 10 Mohd Rizal Ghazali 5
2012 Malaysia Premier League 11/12 - 22 4 3 15 38 68 -30 15 Lamin Conteh 8 -
2013 Malaysia Premier League 10/12 - 22 6 4 12 27 42 -15 22 Badrul Hisani Abd Rahman 6 -
2014 Malaysia Premier League 11/12 - 22 2 6 14 21 50 -29 12 Dao Bakary 8 -
2015 Malaysia FAM League 1/10 Runner-up
(Group A)
18 12 6 0 33 10 +23 42 Mohd Syafiq Azmi 14 -
2016 Malaysia Premier League /12

Top Scorer and Golden Boots Winners

First Team Squad[edit]

No. Name Nationality Position D.O.B
Goalkeepers
1 Nazar Shahar Malaysia GK 16/8/93
25 Saiful Amar Sudar Malaysia GK 10/6/82
Azizon Abdul Kadir Malaysia GK 10/6/80
Mohd Hazran Safwan Mohd Sobri Malaysia GK 5/7/95
Defenders
2 Azmizi Azmi Malaysia RB,RWB,DM 28/5/86
3 Arman Fareez Ali Malaysia LB,LWB,CB 10/10/89
4 Obinna Nwaneri Nigeria CB,DM 18/3/82
6 Sumardi Hajalan Malaysia LB,LWB,LM 12/1/85
12 Mohd Khairi Kiman Malaysia LB,LWB 3/3/84
17 V. Thirumurugan Malaysia RB,RWB 9/1/83
19 Mohd Afif Amiruddin Malaysia CB,DM 22/3/84
23 Mohd Noorhisyam Mis Malaysia CB 27/3/89
Ezzrul Ikmanizar Abdul Rahman Malaysia CB 22/8/89
Muhd Firdaus Mazni Malaysia CB 15/10/93
Midfielders
9 Mohd Alafi Mahmud Malaysia LM,LW,RM,RW 29/4/85
11 Mohd Ezaidy Khadar Malaysia RM,RW,LM,LW 17/1/83
13 Mohd Fauzi Abdul Majid Malaysia CM, AM,RM,RW 4/9/82
14 Famirul Asyraf Sayuti Malaysia RM,RW,ST 17/11/89
20 Nasrul Shazrin Roslan Malaysia AM, CM 1/8/92
24 Sadam Hashim Malaysia RM,RW 11/8/92
26 Mohamadou Sumareh The Gambia RM,RW,LM,LW,AM 10/9/91
27 Mohd Firdaus Zulkafli Malaysia CM, DM 7/1/95
Forwards
15 Mohd Fadzren Alias Malaysia ST 11/2/90
16 Fandi Ahmad Malaysia ST,AM 4/4/91
18 Wan Khairul Faiz Kamaruddin Malaysia ST,AMLC 18/10/86
22 Edward Junior Wilson Liberia ST 22/9/84
10 Kayne Vincent New ZealandJapan ST,AMLC 29/10/88

Source:[4]

For recent transfers, see List of Malaysian football transfers 2016

In[edit]

Pos. Name From
New ZealandJapan Kayne Vincent Thailand Buriram United F.C.
Nigeria Obinna Nwaneri Malaysia ATM FA
The Gambia Mohamadou Sumareh Malaysia PDRM FA
Malaysia Muhd Elfie Elyaz Harizam Malaysia Felcra F.C.
Malaysia Izuan Jarudin Malaysia Johor Darul Ta'zim II F.C.
Malaysia Fandi Ahmad Malaysia Johor Darul Ta'zim III F.C.
Malaysia Sadam Hashim Malaysia Kedah United F.C.
Malaysia Famirul Asyraf Sayuti Malaysia Melaka United
Malaysia Ahmad Fauzi Saari Malaysia Negeri Sembilan FA
Malaysia Arman Fareez Ali Malaysia PDRM FA
Malaysia Mohd Afif Amiruddin Malaysia PDRM FA
Malaysia Mohd Alafi Mahmud Malaysia PDRM FA
Malaysia Mohd Fauzi Abdul Majid Malaysia PDRM FA
Malaysia Saiful Amar Sudar Malaysia PDRM FA
Malaysia V. Thirumurugan Malaysia PDRM FA
Malaysia Azizon Abdul Kadir Malaysia Perak FA
Malaysia Azmizi Azmi Malaysia Perak FA
Malaysia Sumardi Hajalan Malaysia Perak FA
Malaysia Mohd Ezaidy Khadar Malaysia Sabah FA
Malaysia Mohd Khairi Kiman Malaysia Sabah FA
Malaysia Mohd Firdaus Zulkaffli Malaysia Perlis FA U21
Liberia Edward Junior Wilson

U-21's squad[edit]

Currently plays in the President's Cup tournament.

No. Name D.O.B Position
Goalkeepers
GK
GK
Mohd Firdaus Yusri 1995 GK
Defenders
Mukhlis Ihsan Najmi Mohd Nadzir 3/9/98 RB,RWB
Mohd Hafiz Karim 18/8/95 DC
Mohd Shafizan Ramli 29/7/95 LB,LWB
Mohd Afiq Aizat Abdul Rashid 24/2/96 DC
Amirul Adam Saarani 1998 RB,RWB
LB,LWB
Mohd Aman Ismail 1996 RB,RWB
Mohd Ashraf Hamidi 31/7/95 DC
Mohd Syafiq 1995 DC
Midfielders
MC, AMC
Mohd Aliff Fitri Marzaini 24/12/95 DMC,MC
LM,LW
LM,LW
RM,RW
Mohd Hazim Amir Hamzah 1995 MC
Mohd Dzulfahmi Mohd Noh 2/1/98 RM,RW
Romeli Saad 1995 AMC, MC
Muhd Amirul Afif bin Puteh@Shaari 9/1/95 RM,RW
Forwards
Azahari Radzali 16/4/95 ST
Mohd Ashraf Jamaludin 22/2/96 ST
Mohd Saifuddin Mohd Salim 5/2/95 ST
Mohd Aqmal Alias 1/7/95 ST

U-19's squad[edit]

Currently plays in the Youth Cup tournament.

No. Name Nationality Position D.O.B
Goalkeepers
1 Muhd Izzat Najmi Norhizamardin Malaysia GK 20/11/97
21 Muhd Aidil Azhar Malaysia GK 8/1/97
Defenders
5 Mohd Anwar Hairuddin Malaysia CB 1997
4 Mohd Amrizal Amiruddin Malaysia CB 13/6/97
15 Muhd Redzwan Hasrin Malaysia CB 20/4/97
19 Mohd Aizat Mokhtar Malaysia RB 12/1/97
6 Mohd Aizat Maidin Malaysia RB 1997
3 Saranyou a/l Satip Malaysia LB 4/12/97
18 Ariffin Mohd Radzi Malaysia LB 15/6/96
Midfielders
13 Mohd Nafis Roshid Malaysia CM 26/1/98
22 Mohd Syafiq Al-Hafiz Dawawi Malaysia CM 12/2/1997
16 Mohd Raihan Redzuan Malaysia CM 8/2/98
11 Mohammad Syamirul Shahadidi Malaysia RM 6/6/97
8 Mohd Adib Rosli Malaysia RM 1997
12 Noor Asrey Nusri Malaysia LM 5/6/97
14 Mohd Irfan Firhan Zunaidi Malaysia LM 29/9/97
Forwards
17 Mohd Zulkifli Zakaria Malaysia ST 1997
Malaysia ST
9 Mohd Fareez Hafidzi Mohd Soberi Malaysia ST 26/3/96
7 Mohd Izzuddin Ali Malaysia ST 25/4/96

Club Management[edit]

Senior Officials

Position Name
Chairman Datuk Rozabil Abdul Rahman
Vice Chairman
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Finance Officer
Chief Media Officer
General Secretary Marzuki Mohd Sani

Technical Officials

Position Name
General Manager Afifi Osman
Head Coach Dollah Salleh
Assistant Coach Wan Mustaffa Wan Ismail
Coach Mohd Nazrulerwan Makmor
Goalkeeping Coach Omar Salim
Fitness Coach Aziz Ibrahim
Physiotherapist Muhamad Faiz Manja
U-21's Manager Wan Muhamad Fitri Wan Zahari
U-21's Head Coach Azizul Abidin
U-21's Assistant
U-21's Goalkeeping Coach
U-21's Fitness Coach
U-21's Physiotherapist Mohd Noorhisyam Roslee
U-19's Head Coach
U-19's Assistant Coach
U-19's Goalkeeping Coach
U-19's Fitness Coach
U-19's Physiotherapist
Team Doctor
Media Officer
Security Officer
Kitman / Equipment 1

President/Chairman history

Years Name Achievements Records
1998 - 2013 Dato'Seri Shahidan Kassim Champion 2004 Malaysia Cup
Champion 2006 Malaysia Cup
Runner-up 2005 Malaysia Cup
Runner-up 2003 Malaysia FA Cup 2006 Malaysia FA Cup and 2007 Malaysia FA Cup
Champion 2005 Malaysia Super League
Runner-up 2009 Malaysia Super League
Champion 2007 Malaysia Charity Shield and 2008 Malaysia Charity Shield
Runner-up 2005 Malaysia Charity Shield
Qualify to 2006 AFC Cup and 2010 AFC Cup
2013– Datuk Rozabil Abdul Rahman Relegated FAM Cup 2015

Runner-up of 2015 Malaysia FAM League Promoted to 2016 Malaysia Premier League

Manager history Manager by Years (2008 – present)

Years Name
2008 - 2009 Dato' Ismail Kassim
2009 - 2010 Mohd Noor Aziz
2010 - 2012 Azahar Ahmad
2013 - 2014 Shahruddin Ismail
2015 Afifi Osman

Coaches

Coach by Years (1985 – present)

Years Name
1985 - 89 Mohd Mohayudin Rosli
1994 - 96 Josef Herel
1996 Bakri Ibni
1997 - 2000 Abdul Rahman Ibrahim/Manja Man
2001 Salim Tofel Mohamad
2001 - 2002 Tajuddin Noor
2003 - 2005 Norizan Bakar
2005 - 2007 Abdul Rahman Ibrahim
2007 - 2009 Irfan Bakti Abu Salim
2010 Muhammad Nidzam Adzha Yusoff
2010 Ahmad Yunus Mohd Alif
2011 Moshtakeen Omar
Mar 2011 - Apr 2011 Salim Tofel Mohamad (caretaker)
Apr 2011 - Oct 2011 Jánós Krécská
June 2012 - Dec 2012 Robert Scully
Dec 2012 - Nov 2013 Ahmad Yunus Mohd Alif
Dec 2013 - June 2014 Reduan Abdullah
Dec 2014 - Oct 2015 Yusri Che Lah
Nov 2015 Dollah Salleh

Former Players[edit]

Names in bold indicate the player has been capped by their country while playing for Perlis.

Local Players

Import Players

Football Clubs[edit]

Affiliated Clubs within the Association[edit]

  • Malaysia KSK Tambun Tulang F.C.

This club has been played in Malaysia FA Cup. However, this team lost from our vision.

  • Malaysia Kangar
  • Malaysia Padang Besar

Both clubs currently playing in Liga Bola Sepak Rakyat which was organized by FAM.

Supporters[edit]

Brigate Gialloblu is fan club of Perlis FA as known as Ultras Perlis. This club has been established on 2011. They have support their lovely team even Perlis FA are in their worst performance. They always make the match of Perlis become rousing and smart with their songs and chants. At the stadium, people can easily recognized them based on their main outfit which is black with yellow and blue mafla. They always stand at a same place at stadium which usually known as 'curva'. They are still lack of numbers, so they strongly encourage any Perlis supporters to join them.

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