Persidafon Dafonsoro

Persidafon Dafonsoro
Full name Persidafon Dafonsoro
Nickname(s) Gabus Sentani (en: The Sentani Snakehead)
Founded 1970
Ground Barnabas Youwe Stadium,
Jayapura Regency, Papua
Ground Capacity 12,300
Owner PT. Ananda Jaya Perkasa
Chairman Habel Melkias Suwae
Manager Iwan Nazarudin
Coach Erent Pahelarang
League Indonesia Super League
2011–12 Indonesia Super League, 10th

Persidafon Dafonsoro[1] or Persidafon Jayapura[2] or Persidafon[3] is an Indonesian football club based in Jayapura, Papua. The club was founded in 1970. The traditional team home kit is black and white striped shirt, looks alike with Udinese Calcio shirt.[4] The club plays in the Barnabas Youwe Stadium, Sentani, Jayapura. Their homebase is in Dafonsoro, Papua.

The club is named after the Dafonsoro mountain (also known as Cyclops Mountains) near Jayapura.


As of 8 January 2013.[5]

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

No. Position Player
7 Indonesia MF Erddy Titaley
8 Indonesia MF Izak Ogoai
9 Indonesia FW Johanes Nabar
10 Indonesia MF Eduard Ivakdalam (Captain)
12 Indonesia FW Korinus Fingkrew
14 Indonesia DF Frangky Amo
15 Indonesia DF Isak Konon
16 Indonesia DF Ahmad Indra Pattikuppa
17 Indonesia DF Edison Ames
19 Indonesia GK Selsius Gebze
21 Indonesia MF Zico Rumkabu
22 Indonesia DF Erik Sokoy
24 Indonesia DF Yohanes Makanuay
25 Indonesia GK Jean Wilson Aleng
No. Position Player
26 Indonesia FW Ronald Setmob
27 Indonesia MF Izaac Wanggai (vice-captain)
28 Indonesia DF Andri Ibo
32 Indonesia MF Muchlis Haay
33 Indonesia MF Lukas Rumkabu
41 Indonesia FW Alan Aronggear
82 Indonesia GK I Putu Dian Ananta
87 Indonesia GK Markus Horison
90 Paraguay FW Samuel Lim Nuñez


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