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Indonesia

Tournament Record

Runners up in 2000, 2002, 2004 and 2010

Played: 44
Won: 24
Drawn: 7
Lost: 13
Goals for: 123
Goals against: 59

Biggest Win: 13-1 vs Philippines (2002)
Biggest Defeat: 1-4 vs Thailand (2000-GS)
1-4 vs Thailand (2000-Final)


Latest Results & Fixtures

2010 Results
1 Dec 10 Indonesia 5 - 1 Malaysia
4 Dec 10 Laos 0 - 6 Indonesia
7 Dec 10 Indonesia 2 - 1 Thailand
SF2 Leg 1
16 Dec 10
Philippines 0 - 1 Indonesia
SF2 Leg 2
19 Dec 10
Indonesia 1 - 0 Philippines
Final Leg 1
26 Dec 10
Malaysia 3 - 0 Indonesia
Final Leg 2
29 Dec 10
Indonesia 2 - 1 Malaysia

Indonesia 2012 Squad List

Goalkeepers
ENDRA PRASETYA SUPRAPTO
I MADE WIRAWAN
SAMSIDAR
WAHYU TRI NUGROHO

Defenders
DIEGO ROBBIE MICHIELS
FACHRUDDIN
HAMKA HAMSAH
HANDI RAMDHAN
HENGKI ARDILES
NOPENDI
NOVAN SETYA SASONGKO
RAPHAEL GUILLERM EDUARDO MAITIMO

Midfielders
AHMAD BUSTOMI
BERNARDUS VALENTINUS TELAUBUN
CORNELES SEGIUS GEDDI
ELIE AIBOY
FIRMAN UTINA
HENDRA ADI BAYAUW
JAJANG PALIAMA MUJIANTO
MUHAMMAD NUR ISKANDAR
OCTOVIANUS MANIANI
RASHYID ASSAHID BAKRI
TAUFIQ
TONNIE HARRY CUSELL
VENDRY RONALDO MOFU
WAHYU WIJIASTANTO

Forwards
AGUNG SUPRIYANTO
ANDIK VERMANSAH
ARTHUR DANIEL IRAWAN
BAMBANG PAMUNGKAS
IRFAN HAARYS BACHDIM
JHONNY RUDOLF VAN BEUKERING
PATRICH STEFANUS WANGGAI
RACHMAT SYAMSUDDIN LEO
SAMSUL ARIF MUNIP

Coach: NILMAIZAR (Indonesia)

*The Final registration of players will be confirmed at the 1st Team Managers’ Meeting which will be held one day before the commencement of the competition.

*Shirt numbers are subject to change.
The 2010 campaign had many highs. Indonesia knocked five past an out-of-sorts Malaysia in their opening match, hammered Laos 6-0 and dispatched the fancied Thais, coached by former England great Bryan Robson, from the tournament with a 2-1 victory.

A spot in the final was sealed by a pair of 1-0 wins over The Philippines - the bustling Cristian Gonzales scoring both goals - before Indonesia were brought crashing back to earth by a 3-0 loss to Malaysia in the first leg of the showdown.

Indonesia went for the jugular in the return but an early missed penalty and an opportunistic strike by Safee Sali ultimately sealed their fate although the tournament co-hosts did win the second leg.

In the aftermath of the final loss, selection problems meant weakened sides contesting some qualifying matches for the 2014 FIFA World Cup with the result that Indonesia shipped 26 goals and scored just three as they finished bottom of Group E, consisting Iran, Qatar and Bahrain, with no points.

Nil Maizar, a former Indonesian international, was appointed as head coach a few months ago and tasked with turning around the fortunes of the Merah Putih. His new-look side drew 2-2 with The Philippines in Manila last month.

Nickname(s): Merah Putih (The Reds and Whites), Garuda (The Eagle)
National coach: Nil Maizar (Indonesia)