Persiraja Banda Aceh

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Persiraja Banda Aceh
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Full name Persatuan Sepak Bola Indonesia Kutaraja Banda Aceh
Nickname(s) Rencong Warriors
The Banda Tigers
Founded 28 July 1957; 59 years ago (1957-07-28)
Ground H. Dimurthala Stadium
Banda Aceh, Indonesia
Ground Capacity 12,000[1][2]
Chairman Aminullah Usman
Manager M. Zaini Yusuf
Coach Akhyar Ilyas
League Liga Indonesia Premier Division
2014 Liga Indonesia Premier Division, 6th Group 1
Website Club home page

Persatuan Sepak Bola Indonesia Kutaraja, commonly known as Persiraja Banda Aceh is an Indonesian football club based in Banda Aceh, Aceh. They currently play in the Liga Indonesia Premier Division. Their home stadium is in Harapan Bangsa Stadium. Their most memorable achievements is champion of Perserikatan in the 1979-1980 season.

History[edit]

Persiraja Banda Aceh was founded as a semi-professional team on July 28, 1957, initiated by PSSI. The name change from a previous name of Persib Banda to current name Persiraja is unknown to the public. In the early formation of this team, the team's headquarters are located at Blang Padang Field, before being moved to the Stadium H. Dimurthala in Lampineung. At the beginning of this team, there's nothing special from this team. The club is still under the shadow of PSMS Medan who became one of the strongest teams. In finding talented players, the team is making a "Bonden" or another term for the academy. During the period 1957 to 1974, there was no great achievement to be proud of, until finally in 1975, Persiraja successfully passed the shadows of PSMS Medan. In the 1973-1975 National Championship PSSI western region, Persiraja successfully become champion by beating strong teams from Sumatra. At that time, Persiraja successfully topped the final standings with 11 points and goal difference 31-10 (21). Thus, Persiraja right to advance to the National Championship 1975-1978 PSSI national level with PSMS Medan, PSL, and PS Bangka. At the beginning of its participation, Persiraja broke through the ranks of the 8. Persiraja also began to be known by everyone. In the following season, Persiraja managed to increase ranking to top 5. Persiraja could have been relegated in 1979, but PSSI successfully prevented by adding a team so that a total of six teams. Finally, in 1980, Persiraja successfully become a national champion in 1980 by beating Persipura Jayapura 3-1 in the final game. An honor when it won the to remember, Persiraja known since 1975, five years after the rising levels. Persiraja have to wait for 23 years since 1957 to win the title in the national football arena.

Players[edit]

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 Miswar Syahputra
3 Indonesia DF Teuku Helza
4 Indonesia DF Andry Mulyadi
6 Indonesia DF Fani Aulia
7 Indonesia MF Zoel Fhadli
9 Indonesia FW Angga Parnanda
10 Indonesia FW Fadhil Ibrahim
11 Indonesia MF Vivi Asriza
12 Indonesia FW Septi Hariansyah
14 Indonesia DF Ikhwani Hasanudin
15 Indonesia DF Ahmad Yani
No. Position Player
16 Indonesia DF Kurniawan
17 Indonesia MF Agus Suhendra (Captain)
18 Indonesia MF Luthfi Fauzi
19 Indonesia MF Fery Sandria Saira
21 Indonesia GK Aulia Rahmad
22 Indonesia DF Safrizani
23 Indonesia MF Munandar
24 Indonesia MF Ade Fernanda
25 Indonesia MF Risky Yusuf
27 Indonesia FW Fahriza Dillah (Vice Captain)
28 Indonesia MF Muchlis Nakata

Stadium[edit]

Persiraja Banda Aceh's currently stadium is H. Dimurthala Stadium, located in Lampineung village, Kuta Alam sub-district, Banda Aceh. The stadium is considered as the "Stadium of the most Sacred", because every other team that played in Banda Aceh, never draw against Persiraja, let alone defeat it. Before deciding to move to the old stadium in the second round of competition Indonesian Premier League, the team is playing at the Harapan Bangsa Stadium, located in Lhong Raya, Banda Raya, Banda Aceh. The result did not disappoint, three wins and four draws. But, when returned to Lampineung, the result was incredible. Of the five games that were held in Lampineung, all five of them won by Persiraja with perfect or 100% without loss though. Persiraja winning record in Lampineung, is when playing against Persires Rengat, Persiraja won 5-2 over Persires. Indeed, if the person speaking, this team is the strongest teams throughout Aceh.

Kit[edit]

The team third kit is blue and white striped shirt, looks alike with Queens Park Rangers shirt.

Non-playing staff[edit]

Name Role
Asri Soelaiman Chairman
Akmal Marhali CEO
Teuku Ahmir Syahreza Treasurer
Reza Fahlevi Manager
Herry Kiswanto Coach
Maman Suryaman Assistant
Sulaiman Romario Fitness Coach
Sis Giardi Goalkeeping Coach
dr. Faisal Doctor

International Player[edit]

Honours[edit]

Honour Number Years
League
Champions 1 1980 (Perserikatan)

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