Persis Solo

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Persis
Logo
Full name Persatuan Sepak Bola Indonesia Surakarta
Nickname(s) Alap-Alap
(The Hawk)
Samber Nyawa Warrior
Founded 8 November 1923 (as Vorstenlandsche Voetbal Bond)
Ground Manahan Stadium
Ground Capacity 35,000
Owner PT. Persis Solo Saestu
Chairman Sigit Haryo Wibisono PT Syahdana Properti Nusantara ( 70%)
Head coach Widyantoro
League Liga 2 (Indonesia)
2015 4th in Third Round
Website Club home page

Persatuan Sepak Bola Indonesia Surakarta, commonly known as Persis, is a football club based in Surakarta (also known as Solo), Central Java in Indonesia. Persis Solo was a football club that was founded 8 November 1923 in Surakarta, Central Java, Indonesia by Sastrosaksono. Inception indirectly using the name Persis Solo, but still named Vorstenlandschen Voetbal Bond (VVB), a kind of association football. And in 1928, Vorstenlandsche Voetbal Bond officially renamed Persis Solo.

Just have won 7 times. In the season 2006/2007 to be the pinnacle of achievement for Just because it's in season Exactly escaped promotion to the highest caste league level i.e. Indonesian First Division. The achievement was not accompanied by a Division 1 League title since losing to Persebaya Exactly in the final match held at Brawijaya Stadium, Kediri.

History[edit]

Inception was named Vorstenlandsche Voetbal Bond (VVB), which is a kind of association football in the city of Solo. VVB is a world pioneer in Indonesian football. World pioneers called football because VVB founded before football clubs in Indonesia, even before the PSSI or the Football Association of Indonesia . VVB was founded on 8 November 1923 by Sastrosaksono from Mars FC and R. Ng. Reksodiprojo and Sutarman from Romeo FC. By Soemokartiko, in 1928 the name of Persis Solo or Solo Indonesian Football Association official used to replace the name Vorstenlandsche Voetbal Bond (VVB).

Just re-present in Indonesian football scene since 2006, after many years became fossilized Exactly tub for too long to settle in this country amateur competition. In the season 2006/2007 to be the pinnacle of achievement for Just because it's in season Exactly escaped promotion to the highest caste league level i.e. Indonesian First Division. The achievement was not accompanied by a Division 1 League title since losing to Persebaya Exactly in the final match held at Brawijaya Stadium, Kediri.

Grounds[edit]

Stadium[edit]

Persis Solo play their home matches at Manahan Stadium. Manahan Stadium design adheres to the international standards for stadium design which is completed with 35,000 individual seats. The grass used is Grass Dactylon Cynodon which is of FIFA standard class. The stadium is equipped with; football pitch, international-standard athletics, dressing room, heating room, health room, a secretariat, a journalist and a press conference room, and some offices.

Manahan Stadium

Training ground[edit]

For the primary training ground, Persis uses Sriwedari Stadium at Slamet Riyadi Road, Kadipolo football field, or Lanud Adi Soemarmo football field.

Players[edit]

First-team squad[edit]

No Position Player Nation
22 Goalkeeper Agung Prasetyo (Captain)  Indonesia
1 Goalkeeper M. Fauzan Jauhari  Indonesia
20 Goalkeeper Afif Bayu Eko  Indonesia

3 Defender Anam Syahrul Fitrianto  Indonesia
4 Defender Hendri Aprilianto  Indonesia
44 Defender Ikhwan Ciptady  Indonesia
5 Defender Asyraq Gufron  Indonesia
6 Defender Oliver Rifai  Indonesia
13 Defender Soni Setiawan  Indonesia
19 Defender Akbar Riansyah  Indonesia
25 Defender Andreantono Ariza  Indonesia
8 Defender Eli Nasoka  Indonesia

26 Midfielder Bayu Andra Cahyadi  Indonesia
23 Midfielder M. Wahyu Fitranto  Indonesia
2 Midfielder Egy Ardy Septian  Indonesia
92 Midfielder Bayu Nugroho  Indonesia
11 Midfielder Ade Kurniawan  Indonesia
10 Midfielder Leroy Resodihardjo (Vice Captain)  Indonesia
18 Midfielder Dedy Cahyono Putro  Indonesia
87 Midfielder Bakori Andreas Safaringga  Indonesia

7 Forward Joko Prayitno  Indonesia
9 Forward Sven Braken  Netherlands
29 Forward Rudiyana  Indonesia
99 Forward Tri Handoko  Indonesia
23 Forward Adha Nurrokhim  Indonesia

Personnel[edit]

Technical Staff[edit]

Position Name
Head Coach Indonesia Widyantoro
Assistant Coach Indonesia Albert Rudiana
Goalkeeper Coach Indonesia I Komang Putra
Fitness Coach Indonesia Budi Kurnia
Coach Indonesia Mursyid Amirudin

Indonesia Asep

Team Doctor Indonesia dr. Fransisca Amelia
Physiotherapist Indonesia Aldy Rachmad

Management[edit]

Position Name
Chairman Indonesia Sigid Haryo Wibisono
Commissioner Indonesia F.X. Hadi Rudyatmo
Advisor Indonesia Eddy Junaidi
CEO Indonesia Michael Bimo Putranto
Deputy CEO Indonesia M. Petrus Barus
General Secretary Indonesia Langgeng Jatmiko
General Treasurer Indonesia Dedi M Lawe
Head of Technical Area Indonesia Hari Purnomo
Head of Operational and Logistic Area Indonesia Sarwoedi
Head of Youth Development Area Indonesia Sriwidadi
Staff of Youth Development Area Indonesia Rio Arya Surendra
Head of Business Development Area Indonesia Her Suprabu
Staff of Business Development Area Indonesia Harry Suswanto

Indonesia B.M. Anjasmara

Head of Organization Area Indonesia Amir Tohari
Head of Social and Media Area Indonesia Budi Cahyono
Staff of Social and Media Area Indonesia Abidin Nacha

Indonesia Riyadi Syarifudin

Head of Organizing Committee Area Indonesia Mayor Haristanto
Head of Security Area Indonesia Tri Sutrisna
Staff of Security Area Indonesia Iwan Setiawan
Kitman Indonesia Rohmat

Indonesia Sapto Mulyono

Sponsorship[edit]


Honours[edit]

Perserikatan/Liga Indonesia[edit]

References[edit]

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