Persik Kediri

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Persik Kediri
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Full namePersatuan Sepak Bola Indonesia Kediri
Nickname(s)Macan Putih (The White Tigers)
Founded1950
GroundBrawijaya Stadium
Capacity20,000
ChairmanPT. Kediri Djajati Perkasa, Tbk
CoachJoko Susilo
LeagueLiga 1
2019Liga 2, 1st (promoted)

Active departments of
Persik

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Football
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Football (Women's)
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Football U-20 (Men's)
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Football U-18
(Men's)
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Football U-16
(Men's)

Persatuan Sepak Bola Indonesia Kediri commonly known as Persik Kediri is an Indonesian professional association football club based in Kediri, East Java. The club was founded in 1950 and currently competes in the Liga 1.

History[edit]

The club was founded in 1950 by Raden Muchamad Machin, T.H.D. Rahmat, and M. Sanusi. Since the Liga Indonesia started in 1994, Persik has won 2003 and 2006 editions respectively. The club promoted to the top-tier level in 2002. In the East Java, Persik Kediri has a great name, the team was famous football club also with Arema Indonesia, Persebaya, which used to be the best derbies in East Java. The supporters of this club are called Persik Mania and Persik Nona.

Players[edit]

As of 15 January 2020.

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 Dimas Galih Pratama
3 Indonesia DF Dany Saputra
4 Guinea DF Fodé Camara
5 Indonesia DF Andri Ibo
6 Indonesia MF Krisna Bayu Otto
7 Indonesia FW Ronaldo Wanma
8 Argentina MF Gaspar Vega
9 Indonesia FW Antony Nugroho
10 Indonesia FW Septian Bagaskara
11 Indonesia MF Adi Eko Jayanto
13 Indonesia MF Faris Aditama (captain)
15 Indonesia DF Munhar
17 Indonesia MF Paulo Sitanggang
No. Position Player
18 Indonesia DF Vava Mario Yagalo
22 Indonesia DF Ibrahim Sanjaya
28 Australia DF Ante Bakmaz
29 Slovenia FW Patrik Bordon
31 Indonesia DF Yusuf Meilana
32 Indonesia DF Arif Setiawan (on loan from Bhayangkara)
45 Indonesia MF Eka Sama Adi Prasetya
47 Indonesia GK Junaidi Bachtiar
71 Indonesia GK Fajar Setya Jaya
93 Indonesia MF Galih Akbar
98 Indonesia MF Reksa Maulana (on loan from Bhayangkara)
Indonesia MF Sackie Teah Doe

Asia clubs ranking[edit]

As of 15 February 2020.[1]
Rank Club
253 Thailand Ubon United
254 Vietnam Becamex Binh Duong
255 Indonesia Persik
256 Qatar Al-Markhiya
256 Uzbekistan Neftchi Fergana

Coaching staff[edit]

Position Name
Head Coach Indonesia Joko Susilo
Assistant Coach Indonesia Alfiat
Assistant Coach Indonesia Johan Prasetyo
Goalkeeper Coach Vacant
Assistant Goalkeeper Coach Indonesia Wahyudi
Fitness Coach Vacant

Honours[edit]

Domestic
League/Division Titles Runners-up Seasons won Seasons runners-up
Liga Indonesia Premier Division
2
0
2003, 2006
Liga Indonesia First Division / Liga 2
2
0
2002, 2019
Liga Indonesia Second Division / Liga 3
2
0
2000, 2018

AFC (Asian competitions)[edit]

Kit suppliers[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Persik (Kediri)". Retrieved 15 February 2020.