2017 Malaysia Super League

Last updated
Liga Super Malaysia
Season2017
Dates20 January 2017 – 28 October 2017
Champions Johor Darul Ta'zim
(4th title)
Relegated Sarawak
Penang
Felda United
T-Team
AFC Champions League Johor Darul Ta'zim
AFC Cup Johor Darul Ta'zim
Matches played132
Goals scored408 (3.09 per match)
Top goalscorer Mohammed Ghaddar
(23 goals)
Biggest home win Johor Darul Ta'zim 7–0 Melaka United
(9 April 2017)
Biggest away win T-Team 1–6 Johor Darul Ta'zim
(22 July 2017)
Highest scoring PKNS 5–3 Selangor
(4 February 2017)
PKNS 4–4 Kedah
(9 May 2017)
Longest winning run(7 games)
Johor Darul Ta'zim
Longest unbeaten run(14 games)
Johor Darul Ta'zim
Highest attendance25,000
Kedah 3–2 Sarawak
(27 January 2017)
Kedah 3–1 Penang
(25 February 2017)
Kedah 4–0 Melaka United
(4 March 2017)
Lowest attendance0
Perak 3–2 Melaka
(4 February 2017)
Total attendance881,178
Average attendance6,676
2016
2018
All statistics correct as of 31 October 2017
Source: SPMB, Liga Malaysia, FMLPP.

The 2017 Malaysia Super League (Malay : Liga Super Malaysia 2017) was the 14th season of the Malaysia Super League, the top-tier professional football league in Malaysia. [1]

Contents

The season began on 20 January and concluded on 28 October 2017. [1]

The defending champions were Johor Darul Ta'zim and retained the title from the previous season.

Teams

PDRM and Terengganu were relegated to 2017 Malaysia Premier League after finished 11th and bottom place of 2016 Malaysia Super League. Melaka United and PKNS promoted to 2017 Malaysia Super League after securing place as champions and runners-up in 2016 Malaysia Premier League.

TeamLocationStadiumCapacity
Felda United Bandar Pusat Jengka, Pahang Tun Abdul Razak Stadium 25,000
Johor Darul Ta'zim Johor Bahru, Johor Tan Sri Dato Haji Hassan Yunos Stadium 30,000
Kedah Alor Setar, Kedah Darul Aman Stadium 32,387
Kelantan Kota Bharu, Kelantan Sultan Muhammad IV Stadium 25,000
Melaka United Krubong, Melaka Hang Jebat Stadium 40,000
Pahang Kuantan, Pahang Darul Makmur Stadium 40,000
Penang Batu Kawan, Penang State of Penang Stadium 40,000
Perak Ipoh, Perak Perak Stadium 42,500
PKNS Shah Alam, Selangor Shah Alam Stadium 80,372
Sarawak Kuching, Sarawak Sarawak State Stadium 26,000
Selangor Selayang, Selangor Selayang Stadium 11,098
T–Team Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah Stadium 15,000
Note: Table lists in alphabetical order.

Locations and stadium

  • Primary venues used in the Liga Super:
Felda United Johor Darul Ta'zim Kedah
Tun Abdul Razak Stadium Tan Sri Dato Haji Hassan Yunos Stadium Darul Aman Stadium
Capacity: 25,000Capacity: 30,000Capacity: 32,387
CYpJtNmUMAEdN3x.jpg Stadium Larkin.jpg
Kelantan Melaka United Pahang
Sultan Muhammad IV Stadium Hang Jebat Stadium Darul Makmur Stadium
Capacity: 25,000Capacity: 40,000Capacity: 40,000
Stadium Sultan Muhammed IV.png Hang Jebat Stadium during a football match.jpg Darul Makmur Stadium.jpg
Penang Perak Sarawak
Penang State Stadium Perak Stadium Sarawak State Stadium
Capacity: 40,000Capacity: 42,500Capacity: 26,000
PerakStd.jpg
PKNS T–Team Selangor
Shah Alam Stadium Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah Stadium Selayang Stadium
Capacity: 80,372Capacity: 15,000Capacity: 11,098
Shah Alam Stadium (exterior).JPG Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah Stadium from Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu, ssins.jpg
  • 1 Correct as of end of 2016 Liga Super season

Personnel and sponsoring

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

TeamHead coachCaptainKit manufacturerMain sponsor
Felda United Flag of Malaysia.svg B. Sathianathan Flag of Malaysia.svg Shukor Adan FBT FELDA
Johor Darul Ta'zim Flag of Portugal.svg Ulisses Morais Flag of Malaysia.svg Safiq Rahim Nike Forest City
Kedah Flag of Malaysia.svg Nidzam Adzha Flag of Malaysia.svg Khairul Helmi Johari Al-IkhsanBina Darulaman Berhad
Kelantan Flag of Malaysia.svg Zahasmi Ismail Flag of Malaysia.svg Badhri Radzi HORCredONE, Al Hamra Group, ChengalJati
Melaka United Flag of Portugal.svg Eduardo Almeida Flag of Malaysia.svg Surendran Ravindran KronosEdra, CGN, Tag Marine
Pahang Flag of Malaysia.svg Dollah Salleh Flag of Malaysia.svg Matthew Davies FILA Aras Kuasa
Penang Flag of Malaysia.svg Zainal Abidin Hassan Flag of Malaysia.svg Rafiuddin Rodin Legea myPenang
Perak Flag of Australia (converted).svg Mehmet Durakovic Flag of Malaysia.svg Shahrom Kalam Al-IkhsanLembaga Air Perak & Perak Corp.
PKNS Flag of Germany.svg Sven Gartung Flag of Malaysia.svg Safee Sali Kappa PKNS
Sarawak Flag of Malaysia.svg Pengiran Bala (caretaker) Flag of Malaysia.svg Ronny Harun Starsport Sarawak Energy
Selangor Flag of Malaysia.svg P. Maniam Flag of Malaysia.svg Razman Roslan Lotto Selangor
T–Team Flag of Indonesia.svg Rahmad Darmawan Flag of Malaysia.svg Hasbullah Awang Kobert Chicken Cottage

Coaching changes

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

TeamOutgoing coachManner of departureDate of vacancyPosition in tableIncoming coachDate of
appointment
Felda United Flag of Malaysia.svg Mohd Bin NikEnd of caretaker spell22 October 2016Pre-season Flag of Malaysia.svg Azmi Mohamed 1 November 2016
Melaka United Flag of Malaysia.svg Mat Zan Mat Aris End of contract22 October 2016 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Eric Williams 17 November 2016 [2]
Pahang Flag of Malaysia.svg Razip Ismail 22 October 2016 Flag of Malaysia.svg Dollah Salleh 1 December 2016
Kelantan Flag of Bulgaria.svg Velizar Popov Resigned22 October 2016 [3] Flag of Malaysia.svg Zahasmi Ismail 30 November 2016
Penang Flag of Croatia.svg Nenad Baćina End of contract24 November 2016 Flag of England.svg Ashley Westwood 28 November 2016 [4]
Selangor Flag of Malaysia.svg K. GunalanEnd of caretaker spell26 December 2016 [5] Flag of Malaysia.svg P. Maniam 26 December 2016
Johor Darul Ta'zim Flag of Argentina.svg Mario Gómez Mutual consent18 January 2017 [6] Flag of Mexico.svg Benjamin Mora 18 January 2017
Felda United Flag of Malaysia.svg Azmi Mohamed Resigned7 February 201711th Flag of Malaysia.svg B. Sathianathan 21 February 2017 [7]
Perak Flag of Germany.svg Karl Heinz Weigang Sacked22 February 20173rd Flag of Australia (converted).svg Mehmet Durakovic 22 February 2017 [8]
Penang Flag of England.svg Ashley Westwood Mutual Agreement19 March 2017 [9] 12th Flag of Malaysia.svg Zainal Abidin Hassan 23 March 2017
Kedah Flag of Malaysia.svg Tan Cheng Hoe Appointed as Malaysia assistant coach29 April 2017 [10] 3rd Flag of Malaysia.svg Nidzam Adzha [11] 23 May 2017
Melaka United Flag of Australia (converted).svg Eric Williams Rested23 May 2017 [12] 10th Flag of Portugal.svg Eduardo Almeida 17 June 2017
Johor Darul Ta'zim Flag of Mexico.svg Benjamin Mora Demoted to JDT II 19 June 2017 [13] 1st Flag of Portugal.svg Ulisses Morais 19 June 2017
PKNS Flag of Malaysia.svg E. Elavarasan Rested7 July 201710th Flag of Germany.svg Sven Gartung17 July 2017
Sarawak Flag of Malaysia.svg David UsopRested13 July 201710th Flag of Malaysia.svg Pengiran Bala (caretaker)13 July 2017

Foreign players

The number of foreign players is restricted to four per Malaysian League team. A team can use four foreign players on the field in each game, including at least one player from the AFC country.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one FIFA and non-FIFA nationality.

TeamPlayer 1Player 2Player 3Player 4 (Asian)Former Players 1
Felda United Flag of Liberia.svg Zah Rahan Krangar Flag of Nigeria.svg Ifedayo Olusegun Flag of Brazil.svg Thiago Augusto Flag of Australia (converted).svg Dino Djulbic Flag of Argentina.svg Gastón Cellerino
Flag of Lebanon.svg Mootaz Jounaidi
Flag of Argentina.svg Lucas Cano
Johor Darul Ta'zim Flag of Brazil.svg Marcos António Flag of Argentina.svg Gonzalo Cabrera Flag of Argentina.svg Gabriel Guerra Flag of Lebanon.svg Mohammed Ghaddar Flag of Argentina.svg Jerónimo Barrales 2
Flag of Iraq.svg Brian Ferreira
Kedah Flag of Kosovo.svg Liridon Krasniqi Flag of Brazil.svg Sandro Flag of Denmark.svg Ken Ilsø Flag of Australia (converted).svg Zac Anderson
Kelantan Flag of The Gambia.svg Mamadou Danso Flag of Senegal.svg Morgaro Gomis Flag of Brazil.svg Alessandro Celin Flag of Lebanon.svg Abou Bakr Al-Mel [14] Flag of Lebanon.svg Mohammed Ghaddar [15]
Melaka United Flag of North Macedonia.svg Jasmin Mecinović Flag of Brazil.svg Felipe Flag of Croatia.svg Marko Šimić Flag of South Korea.svg Jeon Woo-young Flag of Ghana.svg Godwin Antwi [16]
Flag of Argentina.svg Ezequiel Agüero
Flag of Montenegro.svg Ilija Spasojević
Pahang Flag of Argentina.svg Yamil Romero Flag of The Gambia.svg Mohamadou Sumareh Flag of Brazil.svg Matheus Alves Flag of South Korea.svg Heo Jae-won Flag of Nigeria.svg Bright Dike [17]
Penang Flag of Guam.svg Brandon McDonald Flag of The Gambia.svg Sanna Nyassi Flag of Papua New Guinea.svg Nigel Dabinyaba Flag of the Philippines.svg Mark Hartmann Flag of Australia (converted).svg Diogo Ferreira
Flag of Hong Kong.svg Andy Russell [18]
Flag of Brazil.svg Reinaldo Lobo
Perak Flag of Brazil.svg Thiago Junio Flag of Brazil.svg Leandro Flag of Brazil.svg Gilmar Flag of Palestine.svg Yashir Pinto Flag of Kosovo.svg Faton Toski
Flag of Bulgaria.svg Vladislav Mirchev
PKNS Flag of The Gambia.svg Abdou Jammeh Flag of Portugal.svg Fabio Ferreira Flag of Liberia.svg Patrick Wleh Flag of South Korea.svg Park Kwang-il Flag of Argentina.svg Lucas Espindola
Flag of Palestine.svg Matias Jadue
Flag of Argentina.svg Gonzalo Soto
Sarawak Flag of Brazil.svg Demerson Flag of Montenegro.svg Miloš Raičković Flag of Croatia.svg Mateo Roskam Flag of Singapore.svg Sahil Suhaimi [19] Flag of the Philippines.svg Mark Hartmann
Flag of South Korea.svg Lee Jong-ho [20]
Selangor Flag of Nigeria.svg Ugo Ukah Flag of Spain.svg Rufino Segovia Flag of Liberia.svg Francis Doe Flag of Indonesia.svg Andik Vermansyah Flag of Romania.svg Victoraș Astafei
Flag of East Timor.svg Juliano Mineiro
T–Team Flag of Mali.svg Abdoulaye Maïga Flag of Mali.svg Mamadou Samassa Flag of Cameroon.svg Yannick N'Djeng Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Dilshod Sharofetdinov Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Farhod Tadjiyev

Naturalised players

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one FIFA and non-FIFA nationality.

TeamPlayer 1Player 2Player 3
Felda United Flag of Australia (converted).svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Curran Singh Ferns 3 Flag of Scotland.svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Stuart Wark 3
Johor Darul Ta'zim Flag of Sweden.svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Junior Eldstål 3 4 Flag of England.svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Darren Lok 3 4 Flag of Spain.svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Natxo Insa 3
Melaka United Flag of New Zealand.svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Khair Jones 3 4 Flag of England.svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Nicholas Swirad 3
Pahang Flag of Spain.svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Kiko Insa 3 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Matthew Davies 3 4
Penang Flag of Australia (converted).svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Shazalee Ramlee 3

Notes:

^3 Carrying Malaysian heritage.
^4 Participated in the Malaysia national team squad.

Results

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 Johor Darul Ta'zim (C)2215435019+3149Qualification to Champions League preliminary round 2 or AFC Cup group stage
2 Pahang [lower-alpha 1] 2212464426+1840
3 Felda United [lower-alpha 2] (R)2211654026+1439Relegation to Premier League
4 Kedah [lower-alpha 3] 229854533+1235
5 Perak 229763031134
6 Selangor 229673228+433
7 PKNS 226793338525
8 Melaka United 22661033461324
9 T–Team (R)22751030451523 [lower-alpha 4] Relegation to Premier League
10 Kelantan 2274113139822 [lower-alpha 5]
11 Sarawak (R)22561124341021Relegation to Premier League
12 Penang (R)22331616432712
Source: FAM, FMLLP
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Goal difference; 3) Number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. Pahang withdraw from AFC competition.
  2. Felda United were relegated because they failed to renew their licence [21]
  3. Kedah as 2017 Malaysia FA Cup winners not eligible for AFC competition spots as they failed granted AFC club license.
  4. Kelantan and T–Team was sentenced to a six-point deduction immediately on offense failed to complete the registration process Malaysian League (M-League) 2017. Later, upon careful consideration of the aforementioned appeals, Football Malaysia have decided to lift the transfer ban and reduce the deduction of 6 points to 3 points for T-Team.
  5. Kelantan and T–Team was sentenced to a six-point deduction immediately on offense failed to complete the registration process Malaysian League (M-League) 2017. Later, upon careful consideration of the aforementioned appeals, Football Malaysia have decided to only reduce the deduction of 6 points to 3 points for Kelantan.

Result table

Home \ Away FEL JDT KED KEL MEL PAH PEN PRK PKN SWK SEL TTE
Felda United 3–21–11–23–02–10–12–21–02–03–15–1
Johor Darul Ta'zim 3–11–13–07–03–22–02–12–13–10–03–0
Kedah 1–30–05–04–04–13–12–31–13–21–13–0
Kelantan 1–12–30–10–21–22–20–20–00–20–24–2
Melaka United 1–11–12–41–31–32–33–12–24–22–11–2
Pahang 1–10–22–12–32–06–11–13–03–02–25–0
Penang 1–21–20–21–51–10–20–10–20–11–30–2
Perak 1–02–11–12–43–21–11–02–00–00–12–2
PKNS 2–40–14–41–31–11–31–13–02–35–32–1
Sarawak 1–30–24–20–00–10–12–03–30–11–10–0
Selangor 3–12–11–11–01–10–22–00–11–22–14–2
T–Team 0–01–65–01–31–50–11–03–02–11–11–0
Updated to match(es) played on 28 October 2017 (2017-10-28). Source: FAM, FMLLP
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Positions by round

  Leader
  Relegation to 2018 Liga Premier
Team \ Round12345678910111213141516171819202122
Johor Darul Ta'zim 3247854311111111111111
Pahang 5112221222222233333222
Felda United 27710111111798866654644433
Kedah 4431112133333322222344
Perak 6523345455454466566655
Selangor 1368433544645545455566
PKNS 1111866799899991099877777
Melaka United 1081011988101010101011111111111010988
T–Team 81094567877787877788899
Kelantan 96557106666578788999101110
Sarawak 791191091011111111111091010101111111011
Penang 12121212121212121212121212121212121212121212

Statistics

Top scorers

As of 28 October 2017. [22] [23]
RankPlayerClubGoals
1 Flag of Lebanon.svg Mohammed Ghaddar Johor Darul Ta'zim (5), Kelantan (18)23
2 Flag of Brazil.svg Matheus Alves Pahang 18
3 Flag of Denmark.svg Ken Ilsø Kedah 15
4 Flag of Brazil.svg Thiago Augusto Felda United 14
5 Flag of Argentina.svg Gonzalo Cabrera Johor Darul Ta'zim 11
6 Flag of Malaysia.svg Safiq Rahim Johor Darul Ta'zim 9
Flag of Malaysia.svg Baddrol Bakhtiar Kedah
Flag of Croatia.svg Marko Šimić Melaka United
Flag of Croatia.svg Mateo Roskam Sarawak
10 Flag of Brazil.svg Sandro Kedah 8
Flag of Liberia.svg Patrick Wleh PKNS
Flag of Liberia.svg Francis Doe Selangor
13 Flag of Argentina.svg Gabriel Guerra Johor Darul Ta'zim 7
14 Flag of The Gambia.svg Mohamadou Sumareh Pahang 6
Flag of Argentina.svg Lucas Cano Felda United
16 Flag of Nigeria.svg Ifedayo Olusegun Felda United 5
Flag of South Korea.svg Jeon Woo-young Melaka United
Flag of Palestine.svg Yashir Pinto Perak
Flag of Argentina.svg Lucas Espindola PKNS
Flag of the Philippines.svg Mark Hartmann Penang (2), Sarawak (3)
Flag of Brazil.svg Juliano Mineiro Selangor
Flag of Spain.svg Rufino Segovia Selangor
Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Farhod Tadjiyev T–Team
Flag of Malaysia.svg Nor Hakim Hassan T–Team

Hat-tricks

As of 28 October 2017.
PlayerForAgainstResultDate
Flag of Liberia.svg Patrick Wleh PKNS Selangor 5–3 (H)4 February 2017
Flag of Argentina.svg Gabriel Guerra Johor Darul Ta'zim T–Team 3–0 (H)25 February 2017
Flag of Lebanon.svg Mohammed Ghaddar Kelantan Perak 2–4 (A)1 March 2017
T–Team 4–2 (H)4 March 2017
Penang 1–5 4 (A)15 April 2017
Flag of Malaysia.svg Safiq Rahim Johor Darul Ta'zim Melaka United 7–0 (H)9 April 2017
Flag of Malaysia.svg Nor Hakim Hassan T–Team Kedah 5–0 (H)15 April 2017
Flag of Denmark.svg Ken Ilsø Kedah T–Team 3–0 (H)24 May 2017
Flag of Brazil.svg Thiago Augusto Felda United Sarawak 1–3 (A)11 July 2017
T–Team 5–1 (H)15 July 2017

Notes:
4 Player scored 4 goals; (H) – Home ; (A) – Away

Own goals

As of 28 October 2017. [23]
RankPlayerForAgainstDateGoals
1 Flag of Malaysia.svg Syazwan Tajuddin Kedah Perak 1 July 20171
Flag of Palestine.svg Matias Jadue PKNS Johor Darul Ta'zim 15 April 2017

Clean sheets

As of 28 October 2017.
RankPlayerClubClean
sheets
Avg.
1 Flag of Malaysia.svg Hafizul Hakim Perak 71.410
2 Flag of Malaysia.svg Shahril Saa'ri Sarawak 61.370
3 Flag of Malaysia.svg Wan Azraie Pahang 51.290
Flag of Malaysia.svg Izham Tarmizi Johor Darul Ta'zim 0.690
5 Flag of Malaysia.svg Ifwat Akmal Kedah 41.270
Flag of Malaysia.svg Farizal Harun Felda United 1.180
7 Flag of Malaysia.svg Hafidz Romly T–Team 32.30
Flag of Malaysia.svg Suhaimi Husin T–Team 1.750
Flag of Malaysia.svg Khairulazhan Khalid Selangor 1.210
Flag of Malaysia.svg Tauffiq Ar Rasyid Johar PKNS 1.0
Flag of Malaysia.svg Farizal Marlias Johor Darul Ta'zim 0.880
12 Flag of Malaysia.svg Helmi Eliza Pahang 20.830
Flag of Malaysia.svg Fazli Paat Melaka United 2.270
Flag of Malaysia.svg Farhan Abu Bakar Kedah 1.710
Flag of Malaysia.svg Hadi Hamid Kedah 0.750
16 Flag of Malaysia.svg Izzuddin Hussin T–Team 11.80
Flag of Malaysia.svg Norazlan Razali Selangor 1.570
Flag of Malaysia.svg Zarif Irfan Selangor
Flag of Malaysia.svg Zamir Selamat PKNS 2.090
Flag of Malaysia.svg Sani Anuar Penang 2.220
Flag of Malaysia.svg Amirul Asyraf Penang 1.630
Flag of Malaysia.svg Ramadhan Hamid Kelantan 1.60
Flag of Malaysia.svg Khairul Fahmi Kelantan 1.640
Flag of Malaysia.svg Haziq Nadzli Johor Darul Ta'zim 1.50

Discipline

As of 27 September 2017.

Player

# PlayerClubTotal
Yellow card.svgYellow card.svg Red card.svgRed card.svg
1 Flag of Nigeria.svg Ugo Ukah Selangor 610
2 Flag of Malaysia.svg Mohd Raimi Selangor 410
3 Flag of Malaysia.svg Rizal Ghazali Kedah 301
Flag of Malaysia.svg Azrul Ahmad Kedah 301
5 Flag of Malaysia.svg Akram Mahinan Kedah 600
6 Flag of Malaysia.svg Baddrol Bakhtiar Kedah 201
Flag of Denmark.svg Ken Ilsø Kedah 201
Flag of Malaysia.svg Mohd Qayyum Kelantan 201
Flag of North Macedonia.svg Jasmin Mecinović Melaka United 201
Flag of Malaysia.svg Hairol Mokhtar Melaka United 201
Flag of Malaysia.svg S. Kunanlan Johor Darul Ta'zim 210
12 Flag of Senegal.svg Morgaro Gomis Kelantan 500
Flag of Malaysia.svg Fauzan Dzulkifli PKNS 500
Flag of Malaysia.svg Shahrom Kalam Perak 500
Flag of Malaysia.svg Fitri Omar Kedah 500
Flag of Palestine.svg Yashir Pinto Perak 500
Flag of Malaysia.svg Hafiz Kamal Perak 500
Flag of Malaysia.svg Kiko Insa Pahang 500
Flag of Kosovo.svg Liridon Krasniqi Kedah 500

Club

# ClubTotal
Yellow card.svgYellow card.svg Red card.svgRed card.svg
1 Selangor 4122
2 Kedah 4103
3 Perak 4100
4 PKNS 3400
5 Felda United 3210
6 Sarawak 2901
7 Johor Darul Ta'zim 2820
8 Pahang 2700
9 Kelantan 2601
10 Penang 2402
11 Melaka United 1701
12 T–Team 1600
Total356510

Attendances

Overall attendance

HomeAwayAttendance
FEL JDT KED KEL MEL PAH PEN PRK PKN SWK SEL TTE TOTALAVE
Felda United -----1,7246,21110,3931,36718,5001,3002,9922,2771,5522,4691,28850,0734,552
Johor Darul Ta'zim 18,320-----24,15718,21014,47520,48016,85016,98513,32510,12619,82214,807187,55717,051
Kedah 4,0003,000-----11,97025,00012,00025,0007,65620,00025,00018,00010,000161,62614,693
Kelantan 1,06113,89120,853-----8,9633,3738,9241,5235,0761,2512,50310,65378,0717,097
Melaka United 2,71111,0377,0484,723-----12,1514,0041,6832,3992,2372,0597,32257,3745,216
Pahang 5,6468,0536,11111,2672,455-----9,6541,75910,82694412,84713,40282,9647,542
Penang 1,3933,09118,5458,1301,2882,158-----9,0002,1734,94672860352,0554,732
Perak 2,67822,3823,7535,570019,7201,412-----5,3101,3507,0901,96171,2266,475
PKNS 753,7544,2906,0802,6161,0922814,882-----1,0076,1134430,2342,748
Sarawak 1,4976,1531,1621,5967,7038,0111,2142,4651,211-----2,1852,18535,1063,201
Selangor 1,81911,2578,3157,8375,7779,7563,0769,0008472,928-----2,28562,8975,718
T–Team 1,0791,0841,1441,2627003008218881,2311,7631,723-----11,9951,090
Total League Attendance881,1786,676

Last updated: 28 October 2017.
Source: SPMB

Highest and lowest

PosTeamTotalHighLowAverageChange
1 Johor Darul Ta'zim 187,55724,15710,12617,051−2.3%
2 Kedah 161,62625,0003,00014,693+56.3%
3 Pahang 82,96413,4029447,542+91.9%
4 Kelantan 78,07120,8531,0617,097−12.7%
5 Perak 71,22619,72006,475−41.5%
6 Selangor 62,89711,2578475,718+14.5%
7 Melaka United 57,37412,1511,6835,216−54.7%1
8 Penang 52,05518,5456034,732−35.2%
9 Felda United 50,07318,5001,2884,552−39.4%
10 Sarawak 35,1068,0111,1623,201+53.8%
11 PKNS 30,2346,113442,748+49.6%1
12 T–Team 11,9951,7633001,090−15.6%
League total881,17825,00006,676−7.4%

Updated to games played on 28 October 2017
Source: SPMB
Notes:
1: Team played last season in Liga Premier.

See also

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