Persiwa Wamena

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Persiwa Wamena
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Full name Persatuan Sepak Bola Indonesia Wamena
Nickname(s) Badai Pegunungan
(Mountain Storm)
Founded 1925; 92 years ago (1925)
Ground Pendidikan Stadium
Ground Capacity 15,000
Owner PT. Persiwa Wamena
Chairman John Banua
Head coach Mahmudiana
League Liga Indonesia Premier Division
2014 Runner-up

Persiwa Wamena is an Indonesian football club based in Wamena, Papua, Indonesia. They play in the Liga Indonesia Premier Division. Their nickname is Badai Pegunungan (Mountain Storm).[1]

History[edit]

Although they became the runners-up in the 2014 Liga Indonesia Premier Division and got promoted, they were disqualified because they did not qualify during the verification process for the 2015 Indonesia Super League.[2] They then decided to accept the offer from PT Liga to play again in the Liga Indonesia Premier Division.[3]

Players[edit]

For the reserve team, see Persiwa Wamena U-21.
As of 30 January 2015.

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 Dedy Jaya Siregar
2 Indonesia DF Jimmy Rumbekwan
3 Indonesia DF Hobert Robert Elopere
4 Indonesia DF Fransiskus Isak Huby
5 Cameroon DF Samuel Bediako
6 Indonesia MF Fransiskus X Mumpo
8 Indonesia MF Benhur Joe Aroy
10 Indonesia MF Pieter Rumaropen
11 Indonesia MF Habel Satya
13 Indonesia DF Melianus Itlam
15 Indonesia FW Maikel MR Nauw
16 Indonesia DF Yohanes L. G. Kabagaimu
No. Position Player
17 Indonesia MF Ricardo Robertho Merani
20 Indonesia GK Zulbahra
22 Indonesia DF Gustimeus Aibesa
23 Indonesia DF Sefnat Simbiak
26 Indonesia MF Septianus Alua
27 Cameroon FW Christian Abemaro
28 Indonesia MF Agustibus Gustav Ainaga
29 Indonesia FW Yopen Wandikbo
29 Indonesia MF Iszak Owagay
30 Indonesia MF Elly Pagawak
31 Indonesia GK Mario Reyaan
74 Indonesia MF Eduard Ivakdalam

Coaches[edit]

Season Coach
2004–2008 Indonesia Djoko Susilo
2008–2009 Indonesia Suharno
2009-2009 Indonesia Djoko Susilo
2009–2010 Indonesia Zainal Abidin[disambiguation needed]
2010–2011 Indonesia Suharno
2011–2012 Brazil Gomes de Olivera
2012–2013 Indonesia Subangkit
2014–present Indonesia Mahmudiana

Kit Suppliers[edit]

  • Lotto (2009–2011)
  • Umbro (2011–2014)
  • VELDOME sport (2014–now)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ketika Persiwa Dihantam Badai Pegunungan" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 22 January 2015. 
  2. ^ "Mahmudiana Tak Kecewa Persiwa Runner Up" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 22 January 2015. 
  3. ^ "Gagal ke ISL, Persiwa Putuskan Bermain di Divisi Utama" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 22 January 2015.