Perserang Serang

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Perserang Serang
Perserang Serang logo.png
Full name Persatuan Sepak Bola Serang
Nickname(s) the Andaru Lions
Founded 1958; 59 years ago (1958)
Ground Stadion Maulana Yusuf
Ground Capacity 15,000
Head coach Predrag Đorđević
League Liga 2
2014 Liga Nusantara, 3rd in Second National Round

Persatuan Sepak Bola Serang, commonly known as Perserang Serang, or Perserang, is an Indonesian football club based in Serang, Banten. They play in the Liga Indonesia Premier Division. Their nickname is Laskar Singandaru (Singandaru Warriors).[1]


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

No. Position Player
1 Montenegro GK Danijel Petković
2 Indonesia MF Wawan Susilo
3 Indonesia DF Dani Akbar
4 Indonesia DF Yan Harjito
5 Indonesia DF Muhammad Idham Jauhari
6 Indonesia DF Mochammad Hassanudin
7 Indonesia MF Suwandi
8 Indonesia FW Aray Suhendri
9 Indonesia FW Sigit Hermawan
10 Indonesia FW Syamsir Alam
11 Indonesia MF Ervin Rianto
13 Indonesia MF Marchelino Mandagi
14 Indonesia DF Supandi
15 Indonesia FW Iswar Fajar
16 Indonesia DF Ikhfanul Alam
No. Position Player
17 Indonesia MF Andi Sofyan
18 Indonesia FW Muhammad Saefulloh
19 Indonesia MF Fahrul Murod
20 Indonesia FW Asep Sidik
21 Indonesia DF Rudi Satriyanto
22 Indonesia GK Bayu Anggara
23 Indonesia MF Sumarna
24 Indonesia FW Nikmatullah
25 Indonesia MF Rastiawan
26 Indonesia DF Tedi Siamsyah
27 Indonesia FW M. Rizki
33 Indonesia GK Bayu Anggara
44 Montenegro FW Srđan Lopičić
86 Indonesia GK Antonio Agustinus
87 Indonesia DF Ikhfanul Alam


They were founded in 1958.[1] In November 2014, they were promoted to the Liga Indonesia Premier Division for the first time in their history after finishing third in Group 11 of the Second National Round of 2014 Liga Nusantara.[2]


Perserang plays their home matches in Maulana Yusuf Stadium.[3]


  1. ^ a b "LOLOS DIVISI UTAMA, PERSERANG CATAT SEJARAH" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 10 December 2014. 
  2. ^ "Tiga Tim dari Grup 11 Promosi ke Divisi Utama" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 10 December 2014. 
  3. ^ "Stadion Maulana Yusuf" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 10 December 2014.