Ed. Year Winners Runners-Up Piala Liga 1 1985 Arseto (Solo) 3-0 Mercu Buana (Medan) 2 1986 Makassar Utama (Makassar) bt Niac Mitra (Surabaya) 3 1987 Krama Yudha Tiga Berlian (Palembang) 2-0 Pelita Jaya (Jakarta) 4 1988 Krama Yudha Tiga Berlian (Palembang) 1-0 Pelita Jaya (Jakarta) 5 1989 Krama Yudha Tiga Berlian (Bekasi) 2-1 Pelita Jaya (Jakarta) Piala Galatama 6 1992 Semen Padang (Padang) 1-0 Arema (Malang) 7 1994 Gelora Dewata (Denpasar) Piala Indonesia 8 2005 Arema (Malang) 4-3 Persija (Jakarta) [aet] 9 2006 Arema (Malang) 2-0 Persipura (Jayapura) 10 2007 Sriwijaya FC (Palembang) 1-1 Persipura (Jayapura) [aet, 3-0 pen] 11 2008/09 Sriwijaya FC (Palembang) awd Persipura (Jayapura) [awarded 4-0] 12 2010 Sriwijaya FC (Palembang) 2-1 Arema (Malang) 13 2012 Persibo (Bojonegoro) 1-0 Semen Padang (Padang) Number of Wins (13) 3 Krama Yudha Tiga Berlian (Palembang; played 1989 in Bekasi but returned to Palembang 1990) Sriwijaya FC (Palembang) 2 Arema (Malang) 1 Arseto (Solo) Gelora Dewata (Denpasar) Makassar Utama (Makassar) Persibo (Bojonegoro) Semen Padang (Padang) Note: since no Cup competition was played from 1995 to 2004, the league runners-up qualified for the Asian Cup Winners Cup (as in 1990/91, when Krama Yudha Tiga Berlian qualified for that tournament as league runners-up 1990, and 1992/93, when Pupuk Kalimantan Timur qualified as league runners-up 1990/92; in 1991/92 Pupuk Kalimantan Timur also qualified for the Asian Cup Winners Cup, but as winners of the first stage (1990/91) of the 1990/92 league competition). 1994/95 Petrokimia Putra (Gresik) 1995/96 Bandung Raya (Bandung) [*] 1996/97 Bandung Raya (Bandung) 1997/98 season abandoned 1998/99 Persebaya (Surabaya) 1999/00 Pupuk Kalimantan Timur (Bontang) [*] as the league was not finished by the registration deadlines for the 1996/97 Asian club cups, Western champions Bandung Raya entered the Cup Winners Cup and Eastern champions PSM Makassar the Champions Cup; eventually, Bandung Raya would beat PSM in the 1995/96 championship final.
In addition, a number of tournaments was played between the best amateur and professional teams in the late eighties and early nineties. The tournament in 1985 was a friendly, invitation tournament, while the Piala Utama was entered by the top-4 teams from the Galatama and Perserikatan (1990: top-4 Galatama 1990 and Perserikatan 1989/90; 1992: top-4 Galatama 1990/92 and Perserikatan 1991/92). Ed. Year Winners Runners-Up Invitasi Nasional Galatama-Perserikatan 1985 Arseto (Solo) Perkesa 78 (Sidoarjo) Piala Utama 1990 Persebaya (Surabaya) 3-2 Pelita Jaya (Jakarta) 1992 Pelita Jaya (Jakarta) 2-0 Persib (Bandung) NB: see lists of Galatama champions and Perserikatan champions
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