Indonesia - List of Third, Fourth and Fifth Level Champions


Note that the league levels below are all amateur.

Third Level Champions

The Liga Indonesia was introduced in 1994/95; its third level is called Divisi Dua (division two). Previously, the Perserikatan (amateur championship) had a third level Divisi Dua from 1987 to 1994.

Starting from the 2008 season the third level is called Divisi Satu.

Perserikatan - Divisi Dua
Ed. Season  Champions               
 1  1987    Persijatim (Jakarta Timur)
 2  1988    Persijasel (Jakarta Selatan) [now called PSJS]
 3  1990    PSIR (Rembang)
 4  1992    Perseden (Denpasar)
 5  1994    Persis (Solo)

Liga Indonesia - Divisi Dua
Ed. Season  Champions               
 1  1995    Persikabo (Bogor)
 2  1996    Persikota (Tangerang)
 3  1997    Persipal (Palu)
 4  1998      not held due to cancellation Divisi Utama
 5  1999    PS Palembang
 6  2000    Persik (Kediri)
 7  2001    Persela (Lamongan)
 8  2002/03 Persid (Jember)
 9  2003    Persekabpas (Pasuruan)
10  2004    Persibo (Bojonegoro)
11  2005    Persiku (Kudus)      
12  2006    PSIR (Rembang)
13  2007    Persires (Rengat)
NB: the Divisi Dua continued as a fourth level league

Liga Indonesia - Divisi Satu
Ed. Season  Champions               
14  2008    PS Mojokerto Putra
15  2009/10 Persekam Metro FC    
16  2010    PSBS (Biak Numfor)
17  2012    Perseka (Kaimana)
18  2013    PS Kwarta (Deli Serdang)
NB: numbering as continuation of second level Divisi Satu

Liga Prima Indonesia - Divisi Satu
NB: during the split between the LSI (Liga Super Indonesia) and the LPI (Liga Prima
    Indonesia), the latter organised one rebel third level championship (as LPIS,
    Liga Prima Indonesia Sportindo):
 -  2011/12 Persekap (Pasuruan)


Fourth Level Champions

The first ever national fourth level championship for the Divisi Tiga (division three) was held in 2005.

Starting from the 2008 season the fourth level is called Divisi Dua.

Liga Indonesia - Divisi Tiga
Ed. Season  Champions               
 1  2005    PSIR (Rembang)
 2  2006    Perseta (Tulungagung)
 3  2007    Persem (Mojokerto)
NB: the Divisi Tiga continued as a fifth level league

Liga Indonesia - Divisi Dua
14  2008/09 Barito Putra (Banjarmasin)
15  2009/10 Persikasi (Bekasi)
16  2010/11 Persibangga Purbalingga
17  2012    Persinab (Nabire)
NB: numbering as continuation of third level Divisi Dua

Liga Prima Indonesia - Divisi Dua
NB: during the split between the LSI (Liga Super Indonesia) and the LPI (Liga Prima
    Indonesia), the latter organised a rebel fourth level championship (as LPIS,
    Liga Prima Indonesia Sportindo):
 -  2012    Nusa Ina FC


Fifth Level Champions

The first ever national fifth level championship for the Divisi Tiga (division three) was held in 2008.

Liga Indonesia - Divisi Tiga
Ed. Season  Champions    
 4  2008    Persikotas (Tasikmalaya)
 5  2009/10 Persewar (Waropen)
 6  2010/11 Mitra Bola Utama (Sidoarjo)           
 7  2012    Jember United
NB: numbering as continuation of fourth level Divisi Tiga

Liga Prima Indonesia - Divisi Tiga
NB: during the split between the LSI (Liga Super Indonesia) and the LPI (Liga Prima
    Indonesia), the latter organised a rebel fifth level championship  (as LPIS,
    Liga Prima Indonesia Sportindo):
 -  2012    Persiga (Trenggalek)


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