Indonesia - List of Cup Winners



Official National Cup Tournaments

The tournaments below were organised by the national federation P.S.S.I. and used to determine entrants for the AFC club tournaments.

Ed. Year    Winners                                   Runners-Up
Piala Liga
 1  1985    Arseto (Solo)                         3-0 Mercu Buana (Medan) 
 2  1986    Makassar Utama (Makassar)             1-0 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  1993    Gelora Dewata (Denpasar)              1-0 Mitra Surabaya (Surabaya)
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)
14  2018/19 PSM (Makassar)                    0-1 2-0 Persija (Jakarta)

Number of Wins (14; lost finals between square brackets)

  3       Krama Yudha Tiga Berlian (Palembang; played 1989 in Bekasi but returned to Palembang 1990)
  3       Sriwijaya FC (Palembang)  

  2  [ 2] Arema (Malang)

  1  [ 1] Semen Padang (Padang)
  1       Arseto (Solo) 
  1       Gelora Dewata (Denpasar) 
  1       Makassar Utama (Makassar)
  1       Persibo (Bojonegoro)
  1       PSM (Makassar)

     [ 3] Pelita Jaya (Jakarta)
     [ 3] Persipura (Jayapura)
     [ 2] Niac Mitra/Mitra Surabaya (Surabaya)
     [ 2] Persija (Jakarta)    
     [ 1] Mercu Buana (Medan) 

As 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).

Season  League Runners-Up
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.

Super Cup Tournaments (Community Shield)

Held on three occasions between 2009 and 2013.

Ed. Year    Champions                                 Cup Winners                      Venue
 1  2009    Persipura (Jayapura)                  3-1 Sriwijaya FC (Palembang)         Makassar
 2  2010    Arema (Malang)                        1-3 Sriwijaya FC (Palembang)         Malang
 3  2013    Semen Padang (Padang)                 4-1 Persibo (Bojonegoro)             Padang

Number of Wins (3; lost finals between square brackets)

  1  [ 1] Sriwijaya FC (Palembang)  
  1       Persipura (Jayapura)
  1       Semen Padang (Padang)

     [ 1] Arema (Malang)
     [ 1] Persibo (Bojonegoro)


Number of League-and-Cup Doubles (2)

 1 Krama Yudha Tiga Berlian (Palembang)    [1987]
 1 Sriwijaya FC (Palembang)                [2007]

Preseason Tournaments

Between 2010 and 2015 a pre-season tournament called Inter-Island Cup (Piala Antarpulau) was organised (a first edition in 2009 was eventually cancelled); it was succeeded by the Piala Presiden from 2015 onwards.

Ed. Year    Winners                                   Runners-Up
Piala Antarpulau (Inter-Island Cup)
 1  2010    Sriwijaya FC (Palembang)              2-0 Persiwa (Wamena)
 2  2011    Persipura (Jayapura)                  2-0 Persisam Putera (Samarinda) 
 3  2012    Sriwijaya FC (Palembang)              2-2 Persisam Putera (Samarinda)   [aet, 5-4 pen]
 4  2014/15 Arema (Malang)                        2-1 Persib (Bandung)              [aet]
Piala Presiden
 1  2015    Persib (Bandung)                      2-0 Sriwijaya FC (Palembang)    
 2  2017    Arema (Malang)                        5-1 Pusamania Borneo (Samarinda)
 3  2018    Persija (Jakarta)                     3-0 Bali United (Gianyar)
 4  2019    Arema (Malang)                    2-2 2-0 Persebaya (Surabaya)

Number of Wins (8; lost finals between square brackets)

  3       Arema (Malang)

  2  [ 1] Sriwijaya FC (Palembang)  

  1  [ 1] Persib (Bandung)    
  1       Persija (Jakarta)  
  1       Persipura (Jayapura)

     [ 2] Persisam Putera (Samarinda) [renamed Bali United and relocated to Gianyar in 2015]
     [ 1] Bali United (Gianyar)       [without record Persisam Putera]
     [ 1] Persebaya (Surabaya)
     [ 1] Persiwa (Wamena)
     [ 1] Pusamania Borneo (Samarinda)

Invitational Cup Tournaments

In the late eighties and early nineties, several tournaments were contested by the best amateur and professional teams. The tournament in 1985 was a friendly, invitational tournamen; the Piala Utama was entered by the top-4 teams from the Galatama and Perserikatan competitions (1990: top-4 Galatama 1990 and Perserikatan 1989/90; 1992: top-4 Galatama 1990/92 and Perserikatan 1991/92).
The Piala Jeneral Sudirman, held in commemoration of the first Indonesian army commander, involved 15 (out of 18) top level clubs and bridged the time between the first edition of the Piala Presiden and the 2016 Torabika Soccer Championship, the first league competition after the government had forced the abandonment of the 2015 league.

Ed. Year    Winners                                   Runners-Up
Invitasi Nasional Galatama-Perserikatan
 1  1985    Arseto (Solo)                         0-0 Perkesa 78 (Sidoarjo)         [aet, 4-3 pen]
Piala Utama
 1  1990    Persebaya (Surabaya)                  3-2 Pelita Jaya (Jakarta)
 2  1992    Pelita Jaya (Jakarta)                 2-0 Persib (Bandung)
Piala Jeneral Sudirman
 1  2015/16 Mitra Kukar (Kutai Kartanegara)       2-1 Semen Padang


Friendly Cup Tournaments

There are a number of traditional friendly tournaments organised on a more or less regular basis in certain regions or cities; the overview below, with links to further detailed data, is not complete.


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