Kalteng Putra F.C.

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Kalteng Putra
Persepar palangkaraya.png
Full name Kalimantan Tengah Putra Football Club
Nickname(s) Enggang Borneo
Laskar Isen Mulang
Founded 01 January 1970
Ground Tuah Pahoe Stadium
Ground Capacity 5,000
Owner PT Kalteng Putra
Chairman H. Agustiar Sabran
Manager Hasanuddin Noor
Coach Kas Hartadi
League Liga 2
2017 Liga 2, 3rd in Group X

Kalteng Putra Football Club, formerly Persepar Palangkaraya is a football club based in Palangkaraya, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia. Now, Kalteng Putra FC play in the Liga 2. Kalteng Putra FC has the nickname ''Enggang Borneo'' (Borneo Hornbill), and ''Laskar Isen Mulang'' or the Never Retreat Warriors in Dayak language. [1]


The club was founded as Persepar Palangkaraya on January 1, 1970 in the form of "Perserikatan era". At that time, this competition consists of 48 clubs. J. J. Koetin is a football figure and the first chairman of Kalteng Putra since the establishment of this club, 23 years J. J. Koetin became chairman of Kalteng Putra since 1970-1993. The next Kalteng Putra's chairman is Nahson Taway in 1993-1998. and continued the next period in 1998-2001 which is chaired by Drs. Hendry Yunus. [2]

In 2001-2005 when the chairman of Kalteng Putra Drs. Andi Hamzah in 2001, Kalteng Putra participated in Division 2 and Kalteng Putra has become a national club. On 2001, Kalteng Putra became an official club after being recognized by the PSSI as their member. [2]

After the era of andi hamzah, the next Kalteng Putra's chairman is Tuah Pahoe in 2006, Kalteng Putra participated in the national 1st division. In 2005, the club was coached by Salahudin, and qualified to division 1 league Indonesia. In 2007, the club was coached by Hartono Ruslan. In 2008, Tuah Pahoe died of disease and Kalteng Putra is still participating in division 1 and coached by Suharto. In 2009, Kalteng Putra coached by Inyong Lolombulan, then replaced by Nandar Iskandar. [2]

In the 2010 season, Kalteng Putra was coached by Eko Tamamie, and Wahyudi F Dirun became chairman of Persepar in 2009. The next chairman is Tuty Dau. In the 2011-2012 Season, Kalteng Putra became champion in the Divisi Utama who coached by Agus Sutyono. In the 2013 season, Kalteng Putra participate in Indonesia Premier League. [2]

Name changed[edit]

  • Persepar Palangkaraya (1970-2001) (Perserikatan era)
  • Persepar Kalteng Putra (2001-2013)
  • Kalteng Putra (2013-present)



Kalteng Putra FC's home stadium is Pahoe Tuah Stadium in Palangkaraya.

Kit suppliers[edit]

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
2 Indonesia DF Ardi Yuniar
5 Indonesia DF Taufiq Kasrun (Captain)
7 Indonesia MF Dadang Apridianto
8 Indonesia MF Moses Banggo
10 Indonesia FW Eksel Runtukahu
11 Indonesia FW Dennis Buiney
12 Indonesia GK Fachri Abdi
14 Indonesia MF Michael Rumere
18 Indonesia MF Dominggus Fedrik
19 Indonesia FW Hari Yudho
20 Indonesia FW Eki Nurhakim
No. Position Player
23 Indonesia DF Zainal Haq
24 Indonesia DF Michael Orah
25 Indonesia GK Riki Pambudi
27 Indonesia MF Muhammad Rais
32 Indonesia DF Bhudiar M. Riza
46 Indonesia MF Zulvin Zamrun (on loan from Borneo)
92 Indonesia MF Feri Aman Saragih
Indonesia MF Joko Sasongko
Indonesia DF Satrio Aji
Indonesia DF Dendi Agustian
Indonesia MF Firman Utina


Kalteng Putra FC have two biggest supporters group, the Pasus 1970 and the Kalman or Kalteng Mania. Usually the Pasus 1970 use black attribute and the Kalman use red attribute or the Bahandang in Dayak language mean Red. [2]


National Leagues[edit]


  1. ^ "Profil Tim Liga 2: Kalteng Putra FC". indosport.com (in Indonesian). Retrieved 18 October 2017. 
  2. ^ a b c d e "Profil Kalteng Putra FC, Daftar Skuad Dan Sejarah". sepakbolalokal.com (in Indonesian). Retrieved 13 June 2017. 
  3. ^ "Persepar Palangkaraya pastikan menjadi juara Divisi Utama LPIS". [divisiutama.co.id]. Premier Division. 5 July 2012. Retrieved 6 July 2012. 

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