Liga Primer Indonesia
|Number of teams||19|
|Level on pyramid||1|
|TV partners||Indosiar, Metro TV, Trans 7, Trans TV (former)|
|Goals scored||488 (2.85 per match)|
Juan Manuel Cortes (13)|
Fernando Gaston Soler (13)
Laakkad Abdelhadi (13)
|Biggest home win||Bogor Raya 5-0 Bandung F.C. (5 March 2011)|
|Biggest away win||Minangkabau 0-5 Persebaya 1927 (5 February 2011)|
|Highest scoring||Solo FC 7–3 Manado United (10 April 2011)|
Liga Primer Indonesia (LPI) (sometimes translated to English as Indonesian Premier League) was an Indonesian independent football leagues held in 2011. It was managed by Konsorsium Liga Premier Indonesia and PT Liga Primer Indonesia and was not recognized (initially) by the PSSI. Nineteen clubs were participated in its inaugural and only season which was running from January to May 2011. First kick-off was held on 8 January 2011 in Manahan Stadium, Solo, Central Java. Despite its original full-season schedule, the league was then stopped during the half-season break when Persebaya 1927 was currently leading the table.
On 17 September 2010, 20 Indonesian football clubs together with the National Football Indonesian Reform Movement (GRSNI) issued a declaration in Jenggala Graha, Jakarta. It was led by Arifin Panigoro, a local businessman. The declaration essentially related to the concerns of the conditions of national football clubs over the collapsing condition of the national football.
The Professional football clubs then took a joint initiative to establish and declare Liga Primer Indonesia (LPI) in Semarang on 24 October 2010. There are 17 professional football clubs who expressed their will to participate.
The spirit of the club in building Liga Primer Indonesia is also a commitment to improve the standard of football, both organizationally and financially. The league view that the system of capital assistance and revenue sharing system in Liga Primer Indonesia can make the "club financially independent and professional in management."
To achieve independence, Liga Primer Indonesia provides assistance consortium in forms of the initial capital for each participating club. With this assistance, the clubs are expected to run without funds from dependence on fund local Government Budget (APBD). The initial capital will vary between clubs according to the audit results that have been held.
Additionally, the LPI embrace the principle of division of revenues in a transparent and accountable to the club participants. According to agreement with the club, LPI revenue sharing will be based on two schemes, namely schemes to league revenues (e.g.: sponsor the league, broadcasting rights, etc.) and schemes for income matches (e.g.: local sponsorship, broadcasting rights, tickets, etc.).
On 11 April 2011, the FIFA Normalisation Committee charged with running Indonesian football has officially recognized Liga Primer Indonesia. The continuation of Liga Primer Indonesia will be decide after the Indonesia FA has been formed. By this decision, the competition and all players involved are officially recognized by PSSI as well as FIFA and eligible to play in the national team.
The inaugural season begun with 19 teams, four of the 19 were defected from PSSI sanctioned league of whom three (PSM Makassar, Persema Malang and Persibo Bojonegoro) defected from the top tier Indonesia Super League, and Persebaya from the second tier Liga Indonesia Premier Division.
Stadium and locations
Personnel and kits
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players and Managers may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
|Atjeh United||Lionel Charbonnier||Pierre Njanka|
|Bali Devata||Willy Scheepers||Pascal Heije||Uno|
|Bandung F.C.||Budiman||Nur Alim||Uno|
|Batavia Union||Roberto Bianchi||Javier Rocha||Uno|
|Bintang Medan||Michael Feichtenbeiner||Steve Pantelidis||Uno|
|Bogor Raya F.C.||Jhon Arwandi||Masferi Kasim||Mitre|
|Cendrawasih Papua||Uwe Erkenbrecher||Yance R.||Uno|
|Jakarta F.C.||Bambang Nurdiansyah||Emanuel De Porras||Nike|
|Manado United||M. Zein Alhadad||Felix Yetna||Joma|
|Medan Chiefs||Jörg Steinbrunner||Aun Carbiny||Umbro|
|Minangkabau F.C.||Divaldo Alves||Jumaidi Rais||Specs|
|Persebaya 1927||Aji Santoso||Erol Iba||Joma|
|Persema Malang||Timo Scheunemann||Bima Sakti||Reebok|
|Persibo Bojonegoro||Sartono Anwar||Aries Tuansyah||Lotto|
|PSM Makassar||Wilhelmus Rijsbergen||Supriyono||Vilour||Semen Bosowa|
|Real Mataram||José Basualdo||Supriyanto||Uno|
|Semarang United||Edy Paryono||Amarildo Luis de Souza||Nike||Bank Jateng|
|Solo F.C.||Branko Babić||Edy Subagio||Uno|
|Tangerang Wolves||Paulo Camargo||Luis Feitoza||Mitre|
|Team||Outgoing manager||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Table||Incoming manager||Date of appointment|
|Bandung FC||Nandar Iskandar||Sacked||5 March 2011||19th||Budiman||TBD|
Foreign players rulings
In this league each club is allowed to sign five foreign players. The five foreign players can come from any confederation. In the rules, any clubs will be allowed to hire more than 5 foreign players. Foreign players who have Indonesian descent or parents will be considered as local players.
|4||Jakarta F.C. 1928||18||9||5||4||33||20||+13||32|
|13||Bogor Raya F.C.||18||6||3||9||22||24||−2||21|
Updated to games played on 31 March 2011.
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (E) = Eliminated; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.
Only applicable when the season is not finished:
(Q) = Qualified to the phase of tournament indicated; (TQ) = Qualified to tournament, but not yet to the particular phase indicated; (RQ) = Qualified to the relegation tournament indicated; (DQ) = Disqualified from tournament.
|Home ╲ Away||ACU||BDV||BFC||BTV||BRY||CEN||JKT||MDU||MDB||MDC||MNK||SBY||PSMA||PSBO||PSM||RLM||SMU||SFC||TWV|
|Bogor Raya F.C.||2–0||5–0||0–4||2–4||0–0||1–2||1–1||2–0||3–0||2–1|
|Jakarta F.C. 1928||3–1||3–1||3–0||2–2||3–0||0–1||2–1||0–1|
|1||Juan Manuel Cortes||Batavia Union|
|Fernando Gaston Soler||Real Mataram|
|Laakkad Abdelhadi||Medan Chiefs|
|4||Emanuel De Porras||Jakarta F.C. 1928|
|Samsul Arif||Persibo Bojonegoro|
|Irfan Bachdim||Persema Malang|
|Cosmin Vancea||Bintang Medan|
|Marwan Sayedeh||PSM Makassar|
|9||Perry N Somah||Bandung F.C.|
|10||Wallace Rodrigues Da Silva||Tangerang Wolves|
|M. Rahmat||PSM Makassar|
|Andi Oddang||PSM Makassar|
|Andrew Barisić||Persebaya 1927|
|Ilija Spasojević||Bali Devata|
|Fred Agius||Cendrawasih Papua|
|16||Jardel Santana||Manado United|
|Sansan Fauzi Husaeni||Jakarta F.C. 1928|
- Liga Primer Indonesia Pre-season Tournament
- Liga Primer Indonesia Central Java Governor Cup
- Indonesian football league system
- Indonesia Super League
- Piala Indonesia
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