Sriwijaya F.C.

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Full nameSriwijaya Football Club
  • Elang Andalas
    (The Andalas Eagles)
  • Laskar Wong Kito
    (Our Warriors)
Founded23 October 2004; 14 years ago (23 October 2004), as Sriwijaya F.C.
GroundGelora Sriwijaya Stadium
OwnerPT Sriwijaya Optimis Mandiri[1]
Head CoachKas Hartadi
LeagueLiga 2
2018Liga 1, 17th (Relegated)
WebsiteClub website
Current season

Sriwijaya Football Club or commonly known as Sriwijaya [sriwiˈdʒaja] or SFC, is a professional football club based in Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia, which currently competes in the second tier of Indonesian football, the Liga 2. The club was founded on 23 October 2004 after the South Sumatra government bought Persijatim Solo FC which was based in Surakarta. Their current home stadium is Gelora Sriwijaya Stadium in Jakabaring in southern section of Palembang. The club is widely known by their nickname, which is Laskar Wong Kito (Our Warriors). Sriwijaya is the first club in Indonesia which achieves double titles achievement in the same season.[citation needed]


The club was founded in 1976 as Persijatim Jakarta Timur with home base in East Jakarta.[2] Due to a financial crisis, the club was sold and moved to Solo, Central Java in 2002, changed their club name to Persijatim Solo FC. In 2004, South Sumatra Government bought the debt-ridden Persijatim as they want to manage a Palembang-based football team to compete in the top tier of Indonesian football system since the province had none of football clubs which competed in the top tier of Indonesian football league since the dissolution of Krama Yudha Tiga Berlian in 1992. The government also didn't want the Gelora Sriwijaya Stadium to be abandoned after the 2004 National Games. The club then changed names to Sriwijaya FC and moved their home base to Palembang, South Sumatra.[3][4] The name Sriwijaya is thought to come from the ancient Srivijaya Empire, an empire that used to rule the land in the old days. The club is owned by PT Sriwijaya Optimis Mandiri.[5]

It is the first team to have done a double in Indonesia by winning both 2007–08 Liga Indonesia Premier Division and 2008 Piala Indonesia in the same season.[6][7] This double winner achievement was also their first titles since the foundation of the club. The years that followed saw Sriwijaya again winning the Piala Indonesia in 2009 and 2010, setting up a record as the first team to have won the Piala Indonesia three years in a row. They also managed to win the 2011-12 Indonesia Super League, as well as the 2010 and 2012 Indonesian Inter Island Cup.[8]

Continental history[edit]

As of match played 4 November 2017
Competition Pld W D L GF GA
AFC Champions League 6 1 0 5 7 24
AFC Cup 14 7 2 5 27 21
Total 20 8 2 10 34 45
Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
2009 AFC Champions League Group F Japan Gamba Osaka 0–3 0–5 4th
South Korea Seoul 2–4 1–5
China Shandong Luneng Taishan 4–2 0–5
2010 AFC Cup Group C Vietnam Bình Dương 1–0 1–2 1st
Malaysia Selangor 6–1 4–0
Maldives Victory 5–0 0–0
Round of 16 Thailand Thai Port 1–4
2011 AFC Cup Group C Vietnam Sông Lam Nghệ An 3–1 0–4 2nd
Hong Kong TSW Pegasus 3–2 2–1
Maldives VB Addu 1–1 0–2
Round of 16 Thailand Chonburi 0–3


Home field is Gelora Sriwijaya Stadium.[9] & Bumi Sriwijaya Stadium


The first circle of the team crest symbolizes the club's strength, unity and peace. The words Sumatera Selatan shows that it is owned by South Sumatra government. Bersatu Teguh is a representation of the supporters and the clubs wholeness. The Garuda image shows power and thoughness. Behind the main logo, Mount Dempo and Ampera Bridge can be seen, both seen as South Sumatra's pride and determination.[10]

Kit suppliers[edit]


Current squad[edit]

As of 15 June 2019[14]

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 Galih Sudaryono
2 Indonesia DF Yericho Christiantoko
3 Indonesia DF Zaka Mabruri
4 Indonesia DF Ambrizal (Captain)
5 Indonesia DF Bruno Casimir
7 Indonesia MF Siswanto
9 Indonesia FW Airlangga Sutjipto (Vice-captain)
10 Indonesia FW Hilton Moreira (Injury)
13 Indonesia DF Aditya Wahyudi
14 Indonesia DF Hamdan Zamzani (on loan from PSS Sleman)
19 Indonesia FW Yongki Aribowo
23 Indonesia GK Juprianto Alexander
No. Position Player
24 Indonesia MF Ryan Wiradinata
26 Indonesia MF Roby Andika
27 Indonesia FW Rizky Ramadhana
30 Indonesia GK Hendra Mole
36 Indonesia DF Eddy Gunawan (on loan from Borneo)
39 Indonesia DF Akbar Zakaria
55 Indonesia DF Rahmad Juliandri
77 Indonesia MF Hapit Ibrahim
87 Indonesia MF Eka Hera
93 Indonesia MF Ahmad Ikhwan
99 Indonesia FW Monieaga Suwardi

Naturalized players[edit]

Country Player
Cameroon Cameroon Bruno Casimir
Brazil Brazil Hilton Moreira

Out on loan[edit]

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

No. Position Player

All time topscorers[edit]

Year Player Caps Goals
2007–13 Saint Kitts and Nevis Keith Gumbs 145 74
2016–19 Indonesia Brazil Beto Gonçalves 106 68
2011–13, 2016-17 Brazil Hilton Moreira 77 47
2008–09 Cameroon Ngon A Djam 34 22
2007–10 Liberia Zah Rahan Krangar 100 22
2007–10 Nigeria Anoure Obiora 91 21
2009, 2010–11 Indonesia Budi Sudarsono 37 14


Year Manager
2005 England Erick William
2005 Indonesia Jenny Wardin
2005–2006 Indonesia Suimin Diharja
2007–2010 Indonesia Rahmad Darmawan
2010–2011 Bulgaria Ivan Kolev
2011–2013 Indonesia Kas Hartadi[15]
2013–2014 Indonesia Subangkit[15]
2014–2016 Indonesia Benny Dollo[16]
2016–2017 Indonesia Widodo C. Putro[17]
2017 Brazil Osvaldo Lessa
2017 Indonesia Hartono Ruslan
2018 Indonesia Rahmad Darmawan
2018 Indonesia Subangkit
2018 Argentina Alfredo Vera
2019 Indonesia Hartono Ruslan
2019 Indonesia Kas Hartadi


National Leagues[edit]

National Cups[edit]

Indonesia Super League U-21

    • Champion (1): 2013
    • Runner up (1): 2014

Indonesian Community Shield


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  2. ^ "Official Club Profile at Liga Indonesia Website". Retrieved 4 January 2017.
  3. ^ "Sejarah Lengkap SRIWIJAYA FC" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 30 November 2014.
  4. ^ "Mengapa Klub-Klub Indonesia Mudah Pindah dan Berganti Nama?". 13 April 2016. Retrieved 4 January 2017.
  5. ^ "Sejarah Berdirinya Sriwijaya Football Club ( SFC )" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 30 November 2014.
  6. ^ "Sikat Persela, Sriwijaya FC Juarai ISL" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 30 November 2014.
  7. ^ "Cetak Sejarah, SRIWIJAYA FC Jadi Tim Indonesia Pertama Peraih Double Winner" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 30 November 2014.
  8. ^ "Sejarah Jawara Sumatera Sriwijaya FC dari Masa Ke Masa" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 30 November 2014.
  9. ^ "Sriwijaya FC Vs Persib Bandung, Djanur: Laskar Wong Kito Punya Motivasi Berlipat" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 25 November 2014.
  10. ^ "Sriwijaya FC Ganti Logo, Target 4 Besar" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 30 November 2014.
  11. ^ "Reebok Resmi Gandeng Sriwijaya FC" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 30 November 2014.
  12. ^ "SFC Jajaki Kerjasama Dengan Apparel Makedonia & Australia" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 30 November 2014.
  13. ^ "Sriwijaya FC Lanjutkan Kerja Sama Dengan Joma" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 30 November 2014.
  14. ^ "Daftar Pemain Sriwijaya Liga 1". Retrieved 5 April 2018.
  15. ^ a b "Sriwijaya FC Nonaktifkan Pelatih Kas Hartadi" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 30 November 2014.
  16. ^ "Benny Dollo Berlabuh ke Sriwijaya FC" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 30 November 2014.
  17. ^ "" (in Indonesian). External link in |title= (help); Missing or empty |url= (help); |access-date= requires |url= (help)

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