Jaya Hartono ( born October 20, 1963, in Medan, North Sumatera) is a football coach from Indonesia. He coached Persib Bandung from 2008 to 2010. He previously served as coach at Deltras Sidoarjo. He played football on clubs and the national team. On June 18, 2009, he offer to coach his former team Persik Kediri and Persebaya Surabaya
He played at the Galatama competition in the 1980s. He played on championship team Niac Mitra in 1987 and runner-up in 1989. He finished his career at Persik Kediri in 2000. He played for the following teams:
- Bintang Selatan Medan, 1978
- Bintang Utara Medan, 1979
- PSMS Medan, 1982
- Niac Mitra, 1984–1989
- Petrokimia Putra, 1989–1991
- BPD Jateng, 1991–1993
- Assyabaab Salim Group, 1993–1996
- Bontang FC, 1997
- Persisam Putra Samarinda, 1998
- Persik Kediri, 2000
Jaya debuted on the national team in 1986, competing in the 1986 Asian Games. The team reached the semifinals, but were defeated by South Korea. He again played on the national team when it won the gold medal at the 1987 SEA Games and also on the Indonesia Independence Cup in 1986 with Robby Darwis.
- "Selangkah Lagi Jaya Hartono Besut Persebaya" (in Indonesian). Goal.com. 2009-07-22. Retrieved 2012-05-11.