Piala Indonesia

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Piala Indonesia
Piala Indonesia 2018 logo.png
Piala Indonesia logo from 2018
Organising bodyPSSI
Founded2005; 13 years ago (2005)
Region Indonesia
Number of teams128 (2018–19)
International cup(s)AFC Cup
Current championsPersibo Bojonegoro
(1st title)
Most successful club(s)Sriwijaya
(3 titles)
Television broadcastersRCTI
Jawa Pos TV
TV7 (Since 4 Desember 2018)
WebsiteOfficial website
2018–19 Piala Indonesia

Piala Indonesia (English: Indonesian Cup) is the professional annual cup competition for football clubs in Indonesia. Originally, it started from the amateur football era in 1985. The Football Association of Indonesia (PSSI) organised the full professional cup competition from 2005 until now. The competition was named Copa Indonesia during 2005–2009 and was changed back to Piala Indonesia in 2010.

Traditionally, this tournament involves all the clubs from the whole layers in football competition in Indonesia, which are super league, premier division, first division, second division, and third division.

There were no competition in 2011, 2013 and 2014, because of various reasons.[1][2]

History[edit]

Piala Indonesia[edit]

PSSI started the professional cup competition in 2005. The competition has been named Copa Indonesia presented by Dji Sam Soe 234 in 2005–2009 due to sponsorship reason. PT. Philip Morris International (Indonesia) is the sponsor of Piala Indonesia 2005–2009

Champions[edit]

Year Location Winners Score Runners-up
2005 Bung Karno Stadium, Jakarta Arema Malang 4–3 (a.e.t.) Persija Jakarta
2006 Gelora Delta Stadium, Sidoarjo Arema Malang 2–0 Persipura Jayapura
2008 Bung Karno Stadium, Jakarta Sriwijaya FC 1–1 (3–0 pens.) Persipura Jayapura
2009 Jakabaring Stadium, Palembang Sriwijaya FC 1–0 (4–0 w.o.) Persipura Jayapura
2010 Manahan Stadium, Solo Sriwijaya FC 2–1 Arema Indonesia
2012 Sultan Agung Stadium, Bantul Persibo Bojonegoro 1–0 Semen Padang FC

Top goal-scorers[edit]

Year Scorer Club Goals
2005 Chile Javier Roca Persegi Gianyar 11
2006 Cameroon Serge Emaleu Arema Malang 9
2008 Brazil Alberto Goncalves Persipura Jayapura 6
2009 Indonesia Samsul Arif Persibo Bojonegoro 8
Argentina Pablo Frances Persijap Jepara
2010 Indonesia Christian González Persib Bandung 10
2012 Liberia Oliver Makor Persik Kediri 6

Best Players[edit]

Year Scorer Club
2005 Indonesia Firman Utina Arema Malang
2006 Indonesia Aris Budi Prasetyo Arema Malang
2008 Indonesia Bambang Pamungkas Persija Jakarta
2009 Nigeria Anoure Obiora Richard Sriwijaya F.C.
2010 Saint Kitts and Nevis Keith Gumbs Sriwijaya F.C.
2012 Indonesia Dian Irawan Persibo Bojonegoro

Titles won by clubs[edit]

Club Titles Runners-up Winning years
Sriwijaya FC
3
0
2008, 2009, 2010
Arema Malang
2
1
2005, 2006
Persibo Bojonegoro
1
0
2012

Title sponsor[edit]

Year Name Competition name
2005–2009 Dji Sam Soe Copa Dji Sam Soe Indonesia
2010-2018 No sponsors Piala Indonesia
2018-present Krating Daeng Kratingdaeng Piala Indonesia

Broadcasters[edit]

Indonesia[edit]

Year Broadcasters Description Ref
2010-present RCTI 50 matches live simultaneously with Jawa Pos TV[3] 12
2018-present Jawa Pos TV up to 158 matches exclusively live 3

International[edit]

Country/Region Broadcaster Description Ref
International MyCujoo up to 158 matches exclusively live 4

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "PT Liga Indonesia Batal Gelar Piala Indonesia 2014" (in Indonesian). Archived from the original on 9 November 2014. Retrieved 26 October 2014.
  2. ^ "Piala Indonesia Batal Digelar, Persib Dirugikan" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 26 October 2014.
  3. ^ "Eka Nanda Z on Twitter". Twitter. Retrieved 2018-10-17.

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