Persedikab Kediri Regency

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Persedikab Kediri
Full name Persatuan Sepakbola Kediri Kabupaten
Nickname(s) Bledug Kelud (The Kelud Elephant)
Ground Canda Bhirawa Stadium[1]
Kediri Regency, East Java
Ground Capacity 10,000
Owner The Government of Kediri Regency
Chairman PT. Persedikab Raya
Manager Bambang Drajat
Coach Bambang Drajat
League Liga 3
2010 3rd (first stage Group IX)

Persedikab or Persedikab Kediri or Persatuan Sepakbola Kediri Kabupaten (en: Football Association of Kediri Regency) is an Indonesian football club based in Kediri Regency, East Java. Club played in Liga Indonesia First Division.

Persedikab stadium named Canda Bhirawa Stadium. Its location was in downtown Kediri Regency, East Java. Club is funded by the Government of Kediri Regency. Formed from the fragments of the board Persik Kediri, this team was more used to be known by the public sphere in Indonesia compared with Persik.

This team has twice competed in the Premier Division, namely in 1999 and 2003. But now the fate of this team as neglected, in 2007 they were relegated to Second Division. While the "older brother" of his, Persik, it is now rising in the last 5 years in Indonesia enliven League.

Players[edit]

As of 27 April 2017.

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

No. Position Player
4 Indonesia DF Dony Alex
5 Indonesia DF Erick Juni
7 Indonesia MF Agus Effendi
8 Indonesia MF Nizar Pratama
11 Indonesia FW Tito P
12 Indonesia DF Imam Hafid
14 Indonesia FW Fanani
15 Indonesia MF M. Erdin Nugroho
16 Indonesia MF Rizky Saputro
18 Indonesia MF Heri Dana
19 Indonesia FW Jho Aee
20 Indonesia FW Ahmah Eko
21 Indonesia FW Raka Pala
22 Indonesia GK Wira Iman
No. Position Player
23 Indonesia DF Ahmad Taufik
24 Indonesia DF Andit Kurniawan
25 Indonesia MF Abimanyu
27 Indonesia MF Nurcahyo
33 Indonesia GK Wahyu Sutrisno
35 Indonesia MF Nuel Natan
36 Indonesia FW Paripin
37 Indonesia MF Subowo
44 Indonesia DF Dwi Saputro
45 Indonesia MF Wahyu Bima Prasetya
55 Indonesia GK Pratama Adit
90 Indonesia MF Rio Romadhon
91 Indonesia MF Dirga Dirgahayu
92 Indonesia MF Johan Pras
98 Indonesia FW Coelho

Foreign[edit]

Achievement[edit]

References[edit]

Template:Candha Bhirawa Stadium

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