Quilmes FC

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Quilmes FC
Full name Quilmes Futsal Club
Nickname(s) The Hunting Lion
Founded 2012
as Quilmes Football Club
Ground Commercial Center Futsal Court, Sentul &
Yayasan Sabah Futsal Complex, Kota Kinabalu
Chairman Datuk Sri Nasir Tun Sakaran
Manager Mohd Noh Adzlie
Coach Qusmaini Noor Rusli
League National Futsal League
2013-14 6th
Website Club website
Current season

Quilmes FC from Sabah enters a team in Malaysian futsal competitions in 2013. The team moved their home ground to Kuala Lumpur at Commercial Center Futsal Court, Sentul due to travelling factor because all the League fixtures are held at KSL Sport Puchong Utama Futsal Centre & KSL Sports Centre Sri Gombak in Selangor.

History[edit]

Quilmes is a football club which is active in Sabah since 1999. The club is more focused in futsal and football. Since actively involved in the game of futsal, Quilmes has won 15 titles throughout the state of Sabah.

The team has also represented Sabah in various tournaments in Kuala Lumpur such as Celcom Futsal Tournament 2010 and Red Bull Futsal Carnival 2011.

Quilmes is divided into 4 futsal teams: Quilmes, Quilmes 2000, Quilmes Junior & Quilmes KL.

Quilmes players is the most representatives for the state team Sabah FA in the National Futsal League 2011/2012 with a total of 8 players.

In 2012, Quilmes FC was registered with the Sports Commissioner of Malaysia and also became affiliate member of Sabah Football Association (SAFA) and the Federal Territories Sports Council (MSWP).

Quilmes KL was established and competed in 2012 DBKL Youth Futsal League. Quilmes clinched the title after winning the final match 4-2 against Ger's FT in December 2012.

Quilmes FC entered the qualifying play-off round of 2013/2014 National Futsal League for the first time and won their final play-off round match against archrival Sabah SAFA KK 6 - 2, and thus earned promotion to the 2013/2014 National Futsal League season.

As an affiliated member of the Federal Territories Sports Council (MSWP), Quilmes represented the Federal Territories in the 2013 Sukma Games which was hosted by the Federal Territories in July 2013. The team won the silver medal after they were defeated by Penang 1-5 in the final match.

Honours[edit]

Title Winners Runners-up
Sukma Games - 2013
DBKL Youth Futsal League 2012 -

Club officials[edit]

Position Name
Chairman Sabah Dato Sri Hj. Nasir Tun Hj. Sakaran
President Sabah Ahmad Marzuki Dato Sri Nasir

Current staff[edit]

Position Name
Manager Sabah Mohd Noh Mohd Adzlie
Assistant Manager
Head Coach Kelantan Qusmaini Noor Rusli
Assistant Coach Selangor Shaiful Azmir Shah Mohd Rapeai
Goalkeeping Coach Kelantan Wan Suratman Adnan Wan Roslee
Physiotherapist Kuala Lumpur Suhaizad Zulkifli
Kitman Sabah Mohd Zamri Jamli
Media Officer Selangor Gozal

Current squad 2013/2014[edit]

No. Player Position
1 Kelantan Mohd Noor Azrin Adnan Goleiro
15 Kuala Lumpur Muhammad Asyraff Daud Goleiro
16 Kelantan Mohamad Khairul Izwan Berhanudin Goleiro
3 Johor Yuhendri Rusdi Fixo
4 Kuala Lumpur Afiq Nadiy Mat Hussin Fixo
6 Perak Muhammad Faizul Azuan Fixo
17 Sabah Mohd Iftitah Ahmad Fixo
5 Pahang Ahmad Norsidar Abdul Halim Ala
8 Selangor Muhammad Izuwan Shah Adham Shah Ala
9 Kuala Lumpur Mohd Zuhairi Sholahuddin Ala
10 Sabah Muhammad Azrie Basalie (Vice-captain) Ala
11 Kuala Lumpur Muhammad Hazreen Mohammad Ali Ala
12 Kuala Lumpur Muhamad Hiszuan Ahmad Fauzi Ala
13 Kuala Lumpur Mohd Faisal Saharudin (c) Ala
2 Kuala Lumpur Mohd Shahnuriman Hamid Pivot
7 Johor Muhammad Iskandar Ismail Pivot
14 Sabah Sofian Kariansah Suriansah Pivot
18 Kelantan Adib Naim Jeffry Pivot
19 Penang Muhammad Syafiq Abdul Rashid Pivot
20 Selangor Mohamad Umarul Hakimi Mohd Nasarudin Pivot

Transfers[edit]

Transfers (In)[edit]

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

No. Position Player
4 DF Afiq Nadiy (from Selangor Selangor FA)
11 FW Hazreen Ali (from Selangor Selangor FA)
2 FW Shahnuriman Hamid (from Negeri Sembilan Negeri Sembilan FA)
13 MF Faisal Saharudin (from Negeri Sembilan Negeri Sembilan FA)
9 MF Zuhairi Sholahuddin (from Indonesia Brilyan Sport FC)
16 GK Khairul Izwan Berhanudin (from Negeri Sembilan Negeri Sembilan FA)
12 MF Hiszuan Fauzi (from Selangor KK Sel)
20 MF Suhaimi Satuki (from Selangor PSA)
1 GK Azrin Adnan (from Selangor UiTM FC)
5 DF Firdaus Ambiah (from Malacca PMM)
6 MF Zamiruddin Jalaludin (from Johor Darul Takzim FC)
14 MF Sofian Kariansah (from Selangor KK Sel)
No. Position Player
17 DF Iftitah Ahmad (from Sabah Sabah FA)
18 FW Adib Naim (from Kuala Lumpur Putraria/Triways FC)
3 DF Yuhendri Rusdi (from Johor KKJ)
7 FW Iskandar Ismail (from Johor KKJ)
19 FW Syafiq Aidil (from Johor KKJ)
8 FW Azizi Ismail (from Negeri Sembilan Negeri Sembilan FA)
15 GK Asyraff Daud (from PBSMM)
5 MF Ahmad Norsidar (from Selangor PKNS FC)
8 MF Izuwan Shah (from Selangor UiTM FC)
20 FW Umarul Hakimi (from Selangor Kartallar SC)
6 DF Faizul Azuan (from Perak Perak FA)
19 FW Syafiq Abdul Rashid (from Penang Penang-MPPP)

Transfers (Out)[edit]

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

No. Position Player
DF Jasmit Ahmad (to Sabah Sabah FA)
DF Rashyad Allen (to Sabah Sabah FA)
DF Andrew Addan Markus (to Sabah Sabah FA)
MF Yazid Kamaruzuan (to Australia Fremantle Muita Calma FC)
DF Adni Abdul Hadi (to Negeri Sembilan Negeri Sembilan FA)
No. Position Player
20 MF Suhaimi Satuki (released)
5 DF Firdaus Ambiah (released)
8 FW Azizi Ismail (released)
6 MF Zamiruddin Jalaludin (released)
19 FW Syafiq Aidil (released)

2013/2014 season[edit]

  Win   Draw   Lose

Season statistics[edit]

Goalscorers[edit]

Rank Player Goals
1 Kuala Lumpur Faisal Saharudin 15
2 Sabah Sofian Kariansah 14
3 Kuala Lumpur Shahnuriman Hamid 13
4 Kuala Lumpur Hazreen Ali 12
5 Johor Zamiruddin Jalaludin 10
Kuala Lumpur Hiszuan Fauzi 10
6 Johor Iskandar Ismail 9
7 Kuala Lumpur Firdaus Ambiah 7
8 Kuala Lumpur Zuhairi Sholahuddin 6
9 Johor Yuhendri Rusdi 5
Selangor Izuwan Shah 5
10 Kuala Lumpur Afiq Nadiy 4
11 Sabah Azrie Basalie 3
12 Kelantan Adib Naim 2
Pahang Ahmad Norsidar 2
13 Selangor Umarul Hakimi 1

Own goals[edit]

Player For Result Date
Johor Yuhendri Rusdi Selangor FA 7 - 5 30 August 2013
Kuala Lumpur Hiszuan Fauzi Penang-MPPP 2 - 2 22 November 2013
Selangor Izuwan Shah Kedah FA 2 - 2 10 January 2014

Hat-tricks[edit]

Player Against Result Date
Kuala Lumpur Firdaus Ambiah FELDA United FC 4 - 7 17 August 2013
Kuala Lumpur Shahnuriman Hamid Selangor FA 7 - 4 23 November 2013

Fastest goal[edit]

Rank Player Time Against Result Date
1 Selangor Farid Yusof (own goal) 00:26 Selangor FA 7 - 5 30 August 2013
2 Kuala Lumpur Faisal Saharudin 00:35 Penang-MPPP 5 - 2 25 August 2013

Under-21 squad (SUKMA 2013)[edit]

No. Player Position
1 Selangor Helmi Imran Mohd Nor Goleiro
2 Malaysia Australia Yazid Kamaruzuan Ala
3 Kuala Lumpur Syahrul Azman Helmi Fixo
4 Kuala Lumpur Afiq Nadiy Mat Hussin Fixo
5 Sabah Mohd Iftitah Ahmad Fixo
6 Johor Muhammad Zamiruddin Jalaludin Ala
7 Kuala Lumpur Mohd Azwann Ismail Ala
8 Kuala Lumpur Suhaimi Satuki Ala
10 Kuala Lumpur Abdul Rahman Satuki (c) Ala
11 Kuala Lumpur Muhammad Hazreen Mohammad Ali Pivot
12 Kuala Lumpur Muhammad Ruzaini Norazam Ala
13 Sabah Sofian Kariansah Suriansah Ala
14 Johor Muhammad Azri Rahman Pivot
15 Kuala Lumpur Muhammad Fauzi Ahmad Goleiro
16 Kelantan Mohamad Khairul Izwan Berhanudin Goleiro

SUKMA 2013 results[edit]

Sponsorship[edit]

Season Kit manufacturer Sponsor
2013/2014 Kool Futsalasports
Swakaya

Notable players[edit]

Affiliated clubs[edit]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]