Deltras F.C.

Deltras FC
Full name Delta Putra Sidoarjo Football Club
Nickname(s) The Lobsters
Founded 1989 as Gelora Dewata '89
Ground Gelora Delta Sidoarjo[1]
Sidoarjo, Indonesia
Ground Capacity 35,000
Owner PT. Delta Raya Sidoarjo
League Indonesia Super League
2011–12 Indonesia Super League, 17th (relegated)
Website Club home page

Delta Raya Sidoarjo Football Club is an Indonesian football club based in Sidoarjo, Indonesia. Founded in 1989 by a businessman named HM Mislan as Gelora Dewata '89 with home base in Bali, they moved to Sidoarjo in 2001 and changed their name to Gelora Putra Delta after playing some matches in the early 2001–2002 season. Some time later, still in 2001, they became Deltras as acronym to Delta Putra Sidoarjo.

In 2003, the ownership status of the club changed from HM Mislan to the Government of Sidoarjo Regency, making Deltras another official football club of Sidoarjo after Persida Sidoarjo. In 2011, after the club's financial problem during the 2010–2011 season, the Government of Sidoarjo Regency established PT Delta Raya Sidoarjo, a limited liability firm owning Deltras Sidoarjo to fully professionalize the club's management.[2]

The establishment of the firm in 2011 brought a great deal of change to the club. In late 2011, the club's management decided to change the club's name from Deltras Sidoarjo, to Deltras F.C. The term Putra in Delta Putra Sidoarjo which means Son was changed to Raya which means Great, Large.[3]

The club's home stadium is the Gelora Delta Sidoarjo.

Last squad

As of 3 June 2012.[4]

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

No. Position Player
2 Indonesia DF Purwaka Yudhi
3 Indonesia DF Wahyu Gunawan
4 Indonesia DF Dodok Anang Zuanto
5 Indonesia MF Muhammad Fakhrudin
6 Ivory Coast MF Lacine Kone
7 Indonesia MF Juan Revi
9 Australia FW Sean Rooney
13 Indonesia FW Budi Sudarsono (Captain)
14 Indonesia FW Moch. Bahrudin
15 Indonesia MF Khoirul Mashuda
16 Indonesia FW Qischil Gandrum Minny
17 Indonesia FW Indra Setiawan
18 Indonesia DF Ahmad Maulana Putra
19 Indonesia MF Muhammad Yusuf
20 Croatia DF Mijo Dadić (vice-captain)
No. Position Player
21 Australia MF Srećko Mitrović
22 Indonesia DF Supandi
23 Indonesia DF Benny Wahyudi
25 Indonesia MF Harminto
27 Indonesia FW Sugiarto
28 Indonesia MF Muhammadan
32 Indonesia MF Indra Kahfi Ardhiyaksa
33 Indonesia DF Risman Maidullah
34 Serbia DF Vladimir Jukovic
45 Indonesia DF Waluyo
50 Indonesia GK Wahyudi
58 Indonesia GK Herman Batak
59 Indonesia GK Wawan Hendrawan
63 Indonesia GK Gary Setiawan

Last Team Officials

Coaching Staff

Position Name Nationality
Manager Yudha Pratama Mafirion  Indonesia
Head Coach Blitz Tarigan  Indonesia
Assistant Coach Vacant
Goalkeeping Coach Vacant
Fitness Coach Vacant
Doctor Team dr. Atoillah  Indonesia
Masseur Sabani  Indonesia
Kitman 1 Mardianus Tamela  Indonesia
Kitman 2 Manik Sujari  Indonesia

Last Management

Office Name
Chairman Mafirion Syamsuddin
Secretary Heru Edi S.
Treasurer Galih Tulus M.
Match Committee Organizers Jaka Priwahono

Performance in AFC competitions

1994–95: Second round
Season Competition Round Club Home Away
1994–95 Asian Cup Winners' Cup First round bye    
Second round1 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur 2–0 2–1

1 Gelora Dewata disqualified due to fielding two ineligible players


Kit Supplier


Deltras supporters are called as Deltamania.[5] They are the one of furiest supporters in football clubs in Indonesia.


External links

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