Persegres Gresik United

Persegres Gresik United
Full name Persegres Gresik United Football Club
Nickname(s) Kebo Giras
(The Deft Buffalo)
Founded 2 December 2005 (2005-12-02)
Ground Tri Dharma
Ground Capacity 25,000
Owner Saiful Arif
CEO Bagoes Cahyo Yuwono
Head coach Liestiadi
League Indonesia Soccer Championship
2014 9th in First Round

Persegres Gresik United is an Indonesian football club based in Gresik, East Java. They and currently plays in the Indonesia Soccer Championship A.


It was founded on 2 December 2005 as a merger between two clubs from Gresik, which were Petrokimia Putra and Persegres Gresik.[1]



NOTE: Starting 2016 season, PT GTS has reduced the number of foreign players allowed to be used by clubs to only four players.[2]

As of 6 November 2016.

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 Fitrul Dwi Rustapa
2 Indonesia DF Sigit Meko Susanto
3 Indonesia DF Obet Choiri
5 Indonesia DF Muhammad Rifqi
8 Australia FW Gustavo Marulanda
9 Indonesia MF Yusuf Effendi
10 South Korea MF Oh In-kyun
11 Indonesia MF Agus Indra
13 Indonesia FW Rudi Setiawan
14 Indonesia FW Kushedya Yudo
15 Indonesia DF Daniel Junaedi
17 Indonesia MF Sidiq Saimima
18 Indonesia DF Achmad Faris
20 Indonesia MF Defri Krisna
21 Indonesia MF Jusmadi
22 Indonesia DF Rival Jandera
No. Position Player
23 Indonesia FW Arsyad Yusgiantoro
26 Indonesia MF Muhammad Kamri
27 Indonesia MF Ghozali Siregar
28 Indonesia GK Muhammad Irfan
42 Indonesia DF Riyandi Ramadhana
50 Indonesia MF Reza Mustofa
54 Indonesia DF Wismoyo Widhistio
55 Serbia DF Saša Zečević
75 Indonesia DF Roni Rosadi
77 Indonesia MF Hendri Satriadi
86 Indonesia GK Sandy Firmansyah
88 Indonesia GK Satria Tama Hardiyanto
92 Indonesia GK Dimas Galih Pratama
95 Indonesia DF Obet Yulius
99 Brazil FW Patrick da Silva

See also

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Persegres Gresik United.


  1. "Petrokimia-Persegres Merger" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 29 November 2014.
  2. "Kuota pemain asing tiga plus satu asia kembali diterapkan" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 28 February 2016.
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