Persik Kediri

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Full name Persatuan Sepak Bola Indonesia Kediri
Nickname(s) Macan Putih ( The White Tigers)
Founded 1950
Ground Brawijaya Stadium
Ground Capacity 15,000
Chairman PT. Gudang Garam, Tbk
Manager Bejo Sugiantoro
League Liga 2
2014 First Round (8th in West Group)

Persatuan Sepak Bola Indonesia Kediri, commonly known as Persik Kediri, or Persik, is an Indonesian professional association football club based in Kediri, East Java. The club was founded in 1950 and currently competing in the Liga 2.

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, in 2003, 2006 and 2016 Indonesian Super League editions respectively. The club promoted to the top-tier level in the 2002. In the East Java, Persik Kediri have a great name, the team be a great football club also with Arema, Persebaya, who to be best derby in East Java.

Players[edit]

As of 12 March 2017.

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

No. Position Player
3 Indonesia DF Febly Gushendra
4 Indonesia DF Risna Prahalabenta Ranggalelana
5 Indonesia DF Gitra Yuda Furton
7 Indonesia MF Aziz Alghany
8 Indonesia MF Sendy Pratama
11 Indonesia FW Ahmad Zakky Makhtary
12 Indonesia DF Sedek Sanaky
14 Indonesia FW Arif Yanggi Rahman
15 Indonesia MF M. Ridwan Maldini
16 Indonesia MF Eka Sama Adi Prasetya
18 Indonesia MF Oktavianus
19 Indonesia FW Gugum Gumilar
22 Indonesia GK Moch. Listianto Ceputra
No. Position Player
23 Indonesia DF Ahmad Taufik
24 Indonesia DF Handoyo Putro
25 Indonesia MF Ferry Rahmad Kurniawan
33 Indonesia GK Achmad Fahmy Arianto
44 Indonesia DF Moh. Fahat Abdullah
45 Indonesia MF Yusuf Maulana Fuad Burhani
91 Indonesia GK Teddy Heri Setiawan
93 Indonesia MF Alfian Agung Prasetyo
94 Indonesia MF Adi Eko Jayanto
98 Indonesia MF Johan Prakoso
99 Indonesia FW Septian Satria Bagaskara

Honours[edit]

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