JUNE 2017 – FootballPlus Plays Persib


FootballPlus FC had the honour of hosting Persib. Persib the reigning national champions asked to play a friendly against FootballPlus. The match was also the first time national team player, and Persib Legend Sergio Van Dijk, returned to play in the blue of Persib.


With over 3,000 supporters crammed into the FootballPlus Arena is was amazing atmosphere at the Arena. Persib eventually won 4-2, but FootballPlus came away with huge respect and honour from the game.

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FootballPlus is delighted to announce a partnership with the KNVB to run their WorldCoaches Program in Indonesia. FootballPlus has a vast network of coaches throughout Indonesia, however the common comment from these coaches has been the lack of access they have to gain coaching licenses. We are therefore so excited to give 150 coaches in the cities of Jakarta, Bandung, Kupang, Medan, Surabaya and Papua the chance to attend the WorldCoaches program which will be led by qualified coaches from the KNVB. Jon Hamilton, CEO of FootballPlus, said this about the partnership, “I couldn’t be happier that finally some of the hardest working, dedicated coaches I know, will finally get the credit, training and recognition, they deserve for their coaching. I am also delighted that the KNVB also shares our desire to teach positive values within football to build a stronger community. Therefore, I can’t wait until the first event in Bandung in February.” Michael van der Star, coordinator of the KNVB WorldCoaches program added, “This cooperation with FootballPlus enables the WorldCoaches program to have more impact on the local community and to stretch the program to other regions and communities in Indonesia. We look forward to the official kick off in February and to educate the local coaches in the different regions.” – See more HERE


Jakarta, December 2013 – After practicing hard for the last 4 weeks, the Girls Team succeeded as the first runner-up at the Dragon Cup held at the Jakarta International School. A competition that has been held annually since 2011, this year it hosted eight teams of secondary school girls.

Being a team with mostly younger players, the girls went smoothly to the final without a single loss during the preliminary stage. In the end, the team tied the final game 0-0 with British International School, only to lose 1-2 after penalties were held. Nevertheless, the girls showed a great performance for their second year taking part in this competition. Well done!