The history of football in Indonesia
The history of football in Indonesia begins with the founding of Goods All Indonesia Football Association (PSSI) in Yogyakarta on 19 April 1930 with the leadership Soeratin Sosrosoegondo. In the PSSI congress in Solo, the organization changed its name to the All Indonesia Football Association. Since then, football activities are increasingly being driven by the PSSI and the more people playing in the street or square where I Union Competition was held. As a form of support for the resurrection of "Football Nationalism", Pakubuwono X founded the football stadium Sriwedari which makes Indonesia become more frequent.
After Soeratin Sosrosoegondo, achievement Indonesia national football team is not very satisfactory because of coaching the national team is not balanced with organizational development and competition. In the era before the 1970s, Indonesia had a few players to compete in international competitions, among them Ramang, Sucipto Suntoro, Ronny Pattinasarani, and Tan Liong Houw. During its development, PSSI has expanded its domestic football competitions, including the implementation of Indonesia Super League, First Division, Division One and Division Two for non-amateur players, as well as the third division for amateur players. In addition, the PSSI also actively develop women's soccer competition and competition in specific age groups (U-15, U-17, U-19, and U-23).
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