Bintang Medan F.C.

Bintang Medan F.C.
Full name Bintang Medan Football Club

The Evening Stars

The Crocodiles of Sumatra

Founded 2010
Dissolved 2011
Ground Teladan Stadium, Medan
Ground Capacity 15,000
CEO Indonesia Dityo Pramono
Manager Vacant
League Liga Primer Indonesia
2011 12

Bintang Medan Football Club,[1] commonly referred to as Bintang Medan F.C. or Medan Bintang F.C., or simply Bintang Medan, is an Indonesian football club based in Medan, North Sumatra. This team plays in the Liga Primer Indonesia. This is the special team prepared for the Liga Primer Indonesia (LPI) event by the PSMS Medan club management.

Final technical staff

Role Name
ManagerGermany Michael Feichtenbeiner
Assistant managerNetherlands Robert Roelofsen
Goalkeeping coachIndonesia Syahril Nasution
Club doctorIndonesia Nasrul Anas

Final squad

As of 2 June 2011.[2][3][4][5][6][7]

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 Decky Ardian Cahyadi
3 Indonesia DF Romi Agustiawan
4 Indonesia FW Ruslan Samuel
5 Indonesia DF Sugiono
7 Indonesia MF Rudi Hartono
8 Indonesia MF Rahmad Dwi Adi
10 Indonesia FW Yoseph Ostanika
11 Indonesia DF Dodi Rahwana
12 Indonesia FW Heri Ikhsanto
14 Indonesia MF Syafari
No. Position Player
15 Indonesia MF Safri Juanda Ginting
17 Indonesia DF Sutiono
18 Indonesia DF Dody
20 Indonesia GK Guntur Pranata
22 Indonesia DF Heri Suwondo
23 Netherlands DF Gaston Salasiwa
24 Tunisia DF Amine Kamoun
25 Indonesia GK Alriyan Suhabi
26 Indonesia MF Paharuddin
27 Australia MF Steve Pantelidis (captain)

Players transfers



Bintang Medan's supporters call themselves "Brigade Of Medan Bintang (BOMB)" and "SMeCK Hooligan",[8] who also become PSMS Medan's supporters.

Kit supplier

League match results

First round

Date Location Opponent Score Result
22 January 2011 Medan, Indonesia Atjeh United F.C. 1–0 Won
30 January 2011 Sleman, Indonesia Real Mataram 3–1 Lost
6 February 2011 Medan, Indonesia Manado United 3–0 Won
13 February 2011 Lubukpakam, Indonesia Medan Chiefs 1–1 Draw
20 February 2011 Medan, Indonesia Jakarta F.C. 1928 0–1 Lost
27 February 2011 Semarang, Indonesia Semarang United 3–2 Lost
4 March 2011 Medan, Indonesia Persebaya 1927 1–1 Draw
13 March 2011 Bojonegoro, Indonesia Persibo Bojonegoro 2–1 Lost
20 March 2011 Medan, Indonesia Solo F.C. 2–1 Won
26 March 2011 Malang, Indonesia Persema Malang 4–1 Lost
9 April 2011 Kuningan, Indonesia Bandung F.C. 2–2 Draw
16 April 2011 Medan, Indonesia Tangerang Wolves F.C. 3–1 Won
23 April 2011 Bogor, Indonesia Bogor Raya F.C. 0–4 Won
30 April 2011 Medan, Indonesia Minangkabau F.C. 1–0 Won
14 May 2011 Medan, Indonesia Bali Devata F.C. 2–2 Draw
18 May 2011 Medan, Indonesia Batavia Union 1–2 Lost
22 May 2011 Jayapura, Indonesia Cendrawasih Papua F.C. 3–2 Lost
27 May 2011 Makassar, Indonesia PSM Makassar 4–1 Lost

See also


  1. "Medan Bintang FC wakil PSMS di LPI". Waspada. 2010-12-02. Retrieved 2010-12-31.
  2. "Launching Bintang Medan meriah". Waspada. 2011-01-21. Retrieved 2011-02-09.
  3. "Medan FC Andalkan Pemain Keturunan". Okezone. 2011-02-13. Retrieved 2011-03-11.
  4. "Steve Pantelidis 'tembok' baru Bintang Medan FC". Waspada. 2011-03-10. Retrieved 2011-03-11.
  5. "Dua Pemain Bintang Medan Didepak". 2011-05-31. Retrieved 2011-05-31.
  6. "Edo Welong Resmi Hengkang Dari Bintang Medan". 2011-06-02. Retrieved 2011-06-03.
  7. "Bintang Medan Masih Akan Depak Pemain". Tribun Medan. 2011-06-06. Retrieved 2011-06-08.
  8. "SMeCK Hooligan siap ramaikan Teladan". Waspada. 2011-01-21. Retrieved 2011-02-09.

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