Rahmad Darmawan

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Rahmad Darmawan
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Personal information
Full name Rahmad Darmawan
Date of birth (1966-11-28) 28 November 1966 (age 50)
Place of birth Metro, Lampung, Indonesia
Playing position Midfielder
Club information
Current team
T–Team FC (Manager)
Youth career
1979–1984 PS Pungur
1985 PON Lampung
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1986–1991 Persija Jakarta
1992–1993 ATM FA
1994–1995 Persija Jakarta
1996–1998 Persikota Tangerang
National team
1986 Indonesia B
1988–1994 Indonesia 33 (1)
Teams managed
1998–2000 Persikota (assistant)
2001–2004 Persikota
2002 Indonesia (assistant)
2005 Persipura
2006 Persija
2007–2010 Sriwijaya
2010–2011 Persija
2011 Indonesia (assistant)
2011 Indonesia U-23
2012 Pelita Jaya
2012–2013 Arema Cronus
2013 Indonesia (Caretaker role)
2013 Indonesia U-23
2013–2014 Persebaya Surabaya
2014–2015 Persija Jakarta
2015– T–Team FC
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Rahmad Darmawan
Military service
Allegiance Indonesian National Armed Forces
Service/branch Lambang TNI AL.png Indonesian Navy
Years of service 1991–2015
Rank Mayor pdh al.png TNI Major

Rahmad Darmawan (born in Lampung on 28 November 1966), is an Indonesian former football player. He played for Persija Jakarta and Persikota Tangerang in Indonesia, as well as T-Team FC in Malaysia.

Rahmad started his coaching career with Persikota Tangerang before moving to Persipura Jayapura and later Sriwijaya. In his last season with Sriwijaya, Rahmad led the team to the Piala Indonesia title. Later he coached Persija Jakarta, Pelita Jaya and Arema Indonesia. In total he has won four championships with two clubs in the Indonesian League.

Rahmad was the coach of Indonesia U-23, and was also the assistant head coach of the Indonesia senior team, as well as caretaker head coach of the senior team in 2013.

He was a former Major in the Indonesian Navy.



Persikota Tangerang


Persipura Jayapura
Sriwijaya F.C.
Indonesia U-23


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