Onto the final round!

Despite the draw result, The Indonesian boys deserve to get their ticket to AFC U-19 Championship 2020 final round in Uzbekistan.


PSSI (Football Association of Indonesia) is an organization that takes care of football in Indonesia. PSSI was formed on April 19, 1930, in Yogyakarta with Ir. Soeratin Sosrosoegondo as the first general chairman.

PSSI joined the parent of world football or the so-called FIFA in 1952. Two years later, precisely in 1954 PSSI joined the Asian Football Confederation, namely the AFC.

Since escaping from FIFA sanctions imposed in 2015, PSSI is now rising and starting to fix Indonesian football through a series of innovations to catch up with other soccer federations in the world.

In 2016, PSSI woke up from adversity and continued to train to get up. The quality development and capacity building of Indonesian soccer’s human resources have continued to be boosted, ranging from the number of young players, coaches, referees to other football management practitioners.

In 2017, PSSI also began to awaken women’s soccer from sleep and continue to develop it. PSSI also encourages the development of youth soccer by creating continuity between the realm of amateur competition, youth competition, and elite competition in Indonesia.

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