Bambang Nurdiansyah

Bambang Nurdiansyah
Personal information
Full name Bambang Nurdiansyah
Date of birth (1960-12-28) 28 December 1960
Place of birth Banjarmasin, Indonesia
Playing position Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1978–1982 Arseto
1982–1983 Tunas Inti
1983–1985 Yanita Utama (29)
1985–1986 Krama Yudha Tiga Berlian (9)
1986–1992 Pelita Jaya
1993 Putra Samarinda
National team
1980–1991 Indonesia
Teams managed
2005 Indonesia (caretaker)
2005 PSIS Semarang
2006 Pelita Krakatau Steel
2006–2007 Indonesia U-23 (assistant head coach)
2007 Pelita Jaya Jawa Barat (Technical Director)
2008 Arema Malang
2008–2009 PSIS Semarang
2011 Jakarta FC
2011–2012 Persiram Raja Ampat
2013–2014 Cilegon United
2015–2016 Persija Jakarta

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 02:34, 7 Februari 2016 (UTC).

Bambang Nurdiansyah (born in Banjarmasin, East Kalimantan, Indonesia, 28 December 1960) is an Indonesian soccer coach and former player.

Playing career

Before becoming a coach, he was a soccer player, mostly with Pelita Jaya and Indonesia national football team for 11 years (1980–1991).[1] He also played for Yanita Utama and Krama Yudha Tiga Berlian on the Galatama era on 1980s.[2]

Managerial career

In the 2008 season Nurdiansyah coached Indonesia Super League club, Arema Indonesia, but withdrew having just undergone four matches due to feeling pressured by Arema's support groups, Aremania. He later went to coach PSIS Semarang in the 2008/09 season. He coached PSIS before in 2005, winning trophies for the club, but resigned due to family reason.

Previously he had trained Pelita Krakatau Steel in 2006. In addition, Bambang also trained Persita Tangerang.

In 2005, after the end of the league season, Bambang appointed by the PSSI to train the Indonesia national football team to contest against South Africa national football team in the match of the anniversary of the Golongan Karya or Golkar, a political party in the country.

He also coached the Indonesia women's national football team at SEA Games.

Currently, he manages soccer club in West Papua, Persiram Raja Ampat, that played at the 2011-12 Indonesia Super League.[3]

He was awarded as one of 22 Indonesia football legends on the final of Piala Indonesia on 2007 [4]

During his time coaching Cilegon United F.C., he promote them to Liga Indonesia Premier Division in 2014 after winning Liga Indonesia First Division and Liga Indonesia Second Division in two years.[5][6]



Yanita Utama


Krama Yudha Tiga Berlian


Pelita Jaya



Cilegon United




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