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Kedah Darulaman FC
Full nameKedah Darulaman Football Club
Founded27 April 1921;99 years ago (1921-04-27)
Ground Darul Aman Stadium
Capacity30,387 [1]
OwnerMenteri Besar Kedah Incoporated (20%) Kedah Football Association (80%)
President Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor
Head coach Aidil Sharin Sahak
League Malaysia Super League
2020 Malaysia Super League, 2nd of 12
Soccerball current event.svg Current season

Kedah Darulaman Football Club (Malay : Kelab Bola Sepak Kedah Darulaman) is a football club based in Alor Setar, Kedah, Malaysia, that competes in the Malaysia Super League. They are the only team in the history of Malaysian football to have won two trebles: in 2006–07 and 2007–08. The club is managed by Darulaman Football Club Sdn Bhd.

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History

Kedah Darulaman FC traditional colours are red and black, but currently the home kit has been in the colours of green and yellow since 1988. This idea was suggested by Shukri Hashim after Kedah FA Deputy President, the late Ahmad Basri Akil asked for a different set of colours for the home kit. However, Ahmad Basri changed Shukri's idea to 'green and yellow' which fits the Kedah state's nickname Jelapang Padi. The Kedah FA kit is currently manufactured by Lotto. Their previous kit manufacturers were Line 7, Lotto and Puma. Kedah FA's first team sponsor was Sharp, from 1989 to 2000. Following that, the club was sponsored by Modenas. Their current shirt sponsor is PKNK which had been the main team sponsor of Kedah FA since 2005. The ideas of the current Kedah FA crest also came from Ahmad Basri Akil after he announced the then-new Kedah FA official colours of green and yellow in 1988. Green dominates the background; the side of the crest shows 11 joint bordered lines which signify the 11 districts of the Kedah state. At the centre of the crest is a ball and Allamanda flowers; as the flower is green and yellow in colour, which are suitable with the new Kedah FC colours and the team motto, Biar Jasa Jadi Kenangan is written in yellow.

The football team was founded in 1924 by Tunku Yaacob ibni Sultan Abdul Hamid Halim Shah [2] as a president, though they only had limited success until the appointment of Ahmad Basri Akil as manager in 1985. Under Ahmad Basri Akil, KEDAH Darulaman FC qualified for six Malaysia Cup final matches in a seven-year period between 1987 and 1993; and won two Malaysia Cup titles, one league title and one FA Cup title. The club experienced a lean period in the 1980s and 1990s, but enjoyed a revival in the new millennium by winning the treble in 2007 and 2008. After the glorious double treble achievement under the guidance of Azraai Khor, KEDAH Darulaman FC start to have a dip in their performance. This is mainly because of the loss of their influential import players; the likes of Nelson San Martín, Bernard Huggins and Marlon James, who had been The Canaries peripheral figures in their double treble glory due to new ruling by FAM. Problems with the new management team also led to Azraai Khor departure. However, their local heroes such as Baddrol Bakhtiar, Khyril Muhymeen and Helmi Eliza Elias who had been a spine in the recent glory pledged to stay on and bring the glory days back. KEDAH Darulaman FC were relegated to the premier league after lost 3–2 at the playoff final to Sri Pahang in penalty shootout. Marijo Tot was hired replacing Wan Jamak in attempt to steer The Canaries back into Super League. The 2013 season also seeing the return of former KEDAH Darulaman FC talisman, Nelson Sam Martin. In 2014 KEDAH Darulaman FC signed Billy Mehmet and this was the most successful season the club had witnessed for 5 years. KEDAH Darulaman FC reached the Semi Final of the Malaysia Cup, winning the first leg 3–1, but losing the 2nd leg 5–1. Billy Mehmet ended the season as the club's top goal scorer and the Malaysia Premier League's Top goal scorer in all competitions. He was also the 2nd highest goal scorer in all competitions at all levels in Malaysian professional football.

Stadium

Club culture

Supporters

Kedah FA team 2007-08 Piala malaysia 08.jpg
Kedah FA team 2007–08

The song Biar Jasa Jadi Kenangan, once again idealised and written by Ahmad Basri Akil and famously recorded by a Malaysian musician Freddie Fernandez, is the anthem of the club, and has been sung by the crowd since 9 September 1987 after Kedah Darulaman FC reached their first Malaysia Cup semi-final match since 1940. This famous song is sung by the fanatic fans of the Kedah Darulaman FC to boost their beloved players' morale. The well-known and popular chants among Kedah Darulaman FC supporters is Pulun Kedah Pulun. It is use since late 80's as "words of spirit" during and off the game, and as the slogan among supporters. It was inspired by the idea from Abdul Rashid Fadzil, who was the Head of Kedah Fan Club on that time. [ citation needed ]

Kit manufacturer and shirt sponsor

PeriodKit manufacturerShirt sponsor
2004 Lotto Dunhill
2005 Celcom, Modenas
2005–06Line 7
2006–07 TM, PKNK
2007–08
2009 Lotto
2010
2011PKNK
2012Line 7
2013
2014
2015WarrixPKNK, Sada, Naza, Firefly (airline)
2016Bina Darulaman Berhad (BDB), PKNK, Sada, Cosmic
2017aL by Al-IkhsanECK Development Berhad (ECK), Bina Darulaman Berhad (BDB), PKNK, Sada, Cosmic
2018ECK Development Berhad (ECK), PKNK, Sada, Cosmic
2019 Lotto Menteri Besar Sdn Bhd (MBI), PKNK, Sada
2020Chenang Bay,Menteri Besar Sdn Bhd,PKNK

Club record

Updated on 26 September 2020.

Note:

  1st or Champions  2nd or Runner-up  3rd place  Promotion  Relegation

SeasonLeagueCupAsia
DivisionPldWDLFADPtsPosCharityMalaysiaFACompetitionResult
2004 Super League 2143143045−15157thRunner-up2nd round
2005 Premier League 2113714411+33462ndQuarter-finals2nd round
2005–06 Premier League 2113353922+17421stGroup stage1st round
2006–07 Super League 2417435421+33551stChampions Champions
2007–08 Super League 2418245524+31561stRunner-upChampions Champions AFC Cup Quarter-finals
2009 Super League 2616374528+17513rdRunner-up Group stage 2nd round AFC Cup Round of 16
2010 Super League 2610883423+11385th Semi-finals Runner-up
2011 Super League 2613672520+5454th Group stage 2nd round
2012 Super League 2677122738−112812th Group stage Semi-finals
2013 Premier League 2213363819+19424th Group stage 2nd round
2014 Premier League 2211564325+18384th Semi-finals Quarter-finals
2015 Premier League 2214624726+21481st Runner-up 3rd round
2016 Super League 2211743026+437 [lower-alpha 1] 3rd Champions Semi-finals
2017 Super League 229854533+12354th Champions Runner-up Champions
2018 Super League 229583736+1326th Runner-up Group stage 3rd round
2019 Super League 229763729+18344th Runner-up Champions
2020 Super League 1171320137222nd Runner-up ACL Cup Play-off round

Source: [3] [4]

  1. Darulaman FC was found guilty of naming a suspended player to play against Pahang on 3 August 2016. The Football Association of Malaysia awarded three points to Pahang and deducted three points from Darulaman FC for the incident.

Honours

Domestic

League

Cup

Youth

Double

SeasonTitles won
1993 Liga Semi-Pro Divisyen 1, Malaysia Cup
2017 Malaysian Charity Cup, Malaysia FA Cup

Treble

SeasonTitles won
2007 Malaysia Super League, Malaysia FA Cup, Malaysia Cup
2008 Malaysia Super League, Malaysia FA Cup, Malaysia Cup

Kedah Darulaman FC assistant coach Muhamad Radhi Mat Din said, [5]

To achieve the treble in two consecutive seasons will take another 100 years or more to come by! It takes a Herculean effort to achieve a double treble. The path to the pinnacle required a lot of sacrifices and commitment from the players, team management and the club.

Continental record

All results (home and away) list Darulaman FC's goal tally first.

SeasonCompetitionRoundClubHomeAwayAggregate
1994–95 Asian Club Championship First round Flag of South Korea.svg Ilhwa Chunma 1–53–54–10
2008 AFC Cup Group stage Flag of Singapore.svg Home United 4–15–12nd
Flag of Hong Kong.svg South China 3–01–3
Flag of Maldives.svg Victory 1–01–1
Quarter-final Flag of Bahrain.svg Al-Muharraq 1–25–01–7
2009 AFC Cup Group stage Flag of Thailand.svg Chonburi 0–13–12nd
Flag of Hong Kong.svg Eastern 2–03–3
Flag of Vietnam.svg Hanoi ACB 7–03–1
Round of 16 Flag of Vietnam.svg Binh Duong 2–8
2020 AFC Champions League Preliminary Round 2 Flag of Hong Kong.svg Tai Po 5–1
Play-off round Flag of South Korea.svg FC Seoul 1–4

Performance in AFC competitions

Rivalries

Penang is the biggest rival for Kedah Darulaman FC. Kedah Darulaman FC fans consider their main rivalries to be with (in order) Penang, Perak and Perlis. Matches against fellow northern region sides KSK Tambun Tulang F.C., Kuala Muda Naza F.C., Kedah United F.C., Sungai Ara F.C., PBAPP F.C., SDMS Kepala Batas F.C. and Perak YBU F.C. have only taken place intermittently, due to the clubs often being in separate divisions.

Derby

Northern Region Derby is the name given to football matches that involves Kedah Darulaman FC and Penang. Both of them were located in the northern region of Malaysia. City Stadium or Penang State Stadium and Darul Aman Stadium are packed by fans from Kedah Darulaman FC and Penang during derby matches. The match usually creates a lively atmosphere, with numerous banners unfolded before the start of the game.

Friendships

Although Kedah Darulaman FC's main rivals mostly are from the northern region of Malaysia, especially Penang, but there is also a strong supporter of friendship with Penang and there are good relations with the fans of Perlis and Perak. "This is Utara", which means "This is the northern region", is a slogan which shows their good friendships.

Players

Current squad

As of 29 November 2020

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

No.Pos.NationPlayer
7 MF Flag of Malaysia.svg  MAS Baddrol Bakhtiar (captain)
9 FW Flag of Liberia.svg  LBR Kpah Sherman
10 FW Flag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg  CIV Kipré Tchétché
15 DF Flag of Malaysia.svg  MAS Rizal Ghazali
16 MF Flag of Malaysia.svg  MAS Amirul Hisyam
17 DF Flag of Malaysia.svg  MAS Irfan Zakaria
18 GK Flag of Malaysia.svg  MAS Ifwat Akmal
19 MF Flag of Malaysia.svg  MAS Aiman Afif
20 MF Flag of Malaysia.svg  MAS Fadzrul Danel
No.Pos.NationPlayer
21 MF Flag of Malaysia.svg  MAS Fayadh Zulkifli
22 MF Flag of Malaysia.svg  MAS Tam Sheang Tsung
23 MF Flag of Malaysia.svg  MAS Faizat Ghazli
29 MF Flag of Malaysia.svg  MAS Farhan Roslan
30 DF Flag of Malaysia.svg  MAS Zulkhairi Zulkeply
36 DF Flag of Brazil.svg  BRA Renan Alves
55 GK Flag of Malaysia.svg  MAS Shahril Saa'ri
77 FW Flag of Malaysia.svg  MAS Azamuddin Akil
98 DF Flag of Malaysia.svg  MAS Loqman Hakim

U21

As of 5 June 2020 [6]
NameNat.PositionD.O.B
Goalkeepers
1Muhammad Zulhazrizal Mohd Zuher Flag of Malaysia.svg GK 2002
22Wan Mohd Syazmin Wan Mohd Ruzaimi Flag of Malaysia.svg GK 1999
26Muhammad Faiq Syahmi Saiful Bahari Flag of Malaysia.svg GK 23/6/2000
Defenders
2Abdul Hadi Hasbollah Flag of Malaysia.svg RB, RWB, RM 30/4/00
3Mohd Fareez Amirul Fadzil Flag of Malaysia.svg LB 2000
4Mohd Heshamudin Ahmad Flag of Malaysia.svg CB 15/2/99
5Muhammad Farhan Roslie Flag of Malaysia.svg CB 2000
6Muhammad Ikmal Hakim Murshariza Flag of Malaysia.svg LB, LWB 1999
13Muhammad Aiman Mohd Zaidi Flag of Malaysia.svg RB, RWB 23/4/1999
24Muhammad Hafizul Mohd Razi Flag of Malaysia.svg CB 2000
25Muhammad Iqbal Azhar Flag of Malaysia.svg CB 2000
Midfielders
8Muhammad Ezmie Naim Eddy Effendy Flag of Malaysia.svg CM 1999
9Muhd Kamil Akmal Abdul Halim Flag of Malaysia.svg DM, CM 1999
11Muhammad Atiqullah Halim Flag of Malaysia.svg LW, LM 2000
12Muhammad Zhafir Mohd Yusoff Flag of Malaysia.svg LW, LM 30/4/99
15Wan Muhd Uwais Qorni Wan Khairul Asri Flag of Malaysia.svg RW, RM 2000
19Muhammad Shahril Aiman Morad Flag of Malaysia.svg CM 2000
20Ammar Akhmal Alias Flag of Malaysia.svg AM, CM 10/1/99
21Muhammad Akid Aiman Rosidi Flag of Malaysia.svg CM 2001
23 Muhammad Daniel Suhazri Sazali Flag of Malaysia.svg AM, CM 2000
28Mohd Ainul Hakim Nordin Flag of Malaysia.svg RW, RM 2000
29Muhamad Syabani Mohd Saberi Flag of Malaysia.svg AM, CM 2000
Forwards
7Muhammad Fikhri Zulkiflee Flag of Malaysia.svg ST, RW 22/1/99
10Muhamad Amirul Azman Flag of Malaysia.svg ST 1999
10Mohamad Hasri Firzan Mohd Sukeri Flag of Malaysia.svg ST 2000
16Muhammad Amirul Akmal Safarinizam Flag of Malaysia.svg ST 2000
17Mohd Afeeq Iqmal Rosli Flag of Malaysia.svg ST 1999
18Mohd Yazman Hafiz Mohd Sohimi Flag of Malaysia.svg ST 1999

U19

As of 5 June 2020 [7]
NameNat.PositionD.O.B
Goalkeepers
1Muhammad Ashriq Izzat Mazlan Flag of Malaysia.svg GK 2002
24Najmi Md Hassan Flag of Malaysia.svg GK 2002
26Aliman Wahiey Muhammad Amir Flag of Malaysia.svg GK 2001
Defenders
2Muhammad Ibrahim Adham Mohd Rosli Flag of Malaysia.svg RB, RWB 2002
4Aznil Asyraaf Azhar Flag of Malaysia.svg CB 2002
5Mohamad Zaide Mohd Zain Flag of Malaysia.svg LB, LWB 2002
6Muhammad Azim Anuar Flag of Malaysia.svg CB 2002
12Muhammad Nabil Ahmad Nizam Flag of Malaysia.svg RB, RWB 2002
13Muhamad Aiman Farhan Muhamad Fauzi Flag of Malaysia.svg CB 2001
15Abdul Hakim Ibrahim Flag of Malaysia.svg LB, LWB 2000
16Muhammad Fariz Soaid Flag of Malaysia.svg LB, LWB 2001
19Amirul Irfan Mohd Sabri Flag of Malaysia.svg CB, RB 2001
23Muhamad Azzim Othman Flag of Malaysia.svg CB, DM 2002
25Muhammad Amsyar Ahmad Apendi Flag of Malaysia.svg RB, LB 2002
29Mohamad Diniy Danial Mohd Effendi Flag of Malaysia.svg CB 2002
30Muhammad Taqber Mukmin Satin Flag of Malaysia.svg CB 2002
Midfielders
3Norasyraf Aiman Norlizam Flag of Malaysia.svg CM 2002
7Muhammad Ad'dha Nazman Flag of Malaysia.svg RW, RM 2001
8Ahmad Irfan Mohd Noor Flag of Malaysia.svg CM 2002
11Muhammad Izdyhar Ehsan Mohd Tajudin Flag of Malaysia.svg LW, LM 2002
17Mohammad Shazwan Salahuddin Flag of Malaysia.svg DM, CM 2001
18Muhammad Adib Daniel Amiruddin Flag of Malaysia.svg RW, RM 2001
21Muhammad Hafiz Izzudin Azhar Flag of Malaysia.svg LW, LM 2001
22Mohammad Zharmien Ashraf Ismail Flag of Malaysia.svg LW, LM 2002
27Muhammad Amir Mohd Shukri Flag of Malaysia.svg CM 2001
Forwards
9Muhammad Irwan Shah Samichan Flag of Malaysia.svg ST 2002
10Muhammad Syafiq Aiman Mohd Azham Flag of Malaysia.svg ST 2001
14Muhammad Aiman Syakir Mohd Zulkifli Flag of Malaysia.svg ST 2002
20Mohd Idrzuwan Mohd Daud Flag of Malaysia.svg ST 2001
28Aiman Nulhakim Mohd Zaini Flag of Malaysia.svg ST 2001

Coaches

YearCoach
1985–1989 Flag of Malaysia.svg Ahmad Shafie (1st)
1990 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Milous Kvacek
1991 Flag of Malaysia.svg Ahmad Shafie (2nd)
1992–1995 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Robert Alberts
1996–1997 Flag of Malaysia.svg Mosthakeen Omar
1998 Flag of Malaysia.svg Fisol Abdul Razak
1999 Flag of Malaysia.svg Azman Hj Eusoff
2000 Flag of Malaysia.svg Ahmad Shafie (3rd)
2001–2003 Flag of Denmark.svg Jørgen E. Larsen
2004 Flag of Brazil.svg Mirandinha
2004–2009 Flag of Malaysia.svg Azraai Khor Abdullah
2009–2011 Flag of Malaysia.svg Ahmad Yusof
2011–2012 Flag of Malaysia.svg Wan Jamak Wan Hassan
2012–2013 Flag of Croatia.svg Marijo Tot
2013–2014 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Dave Mitchell
2014–2017 Flag of Malaysia.svg Tan Cheng Hoe
2017 Flag of Malaysia.svg Nidzam Adzha (1st)
January 2018–April 2018 Flag of Spain.svg Ramón Marcote Pequeño
April 2018–August 2018 Flag of Malaysia.svg Nidzam Adzha (2nd)
August 2018–October 2018 Flag of Malaysia.svg Azzmi Aziz
October 2018– Flag of Singapore.svg Aidil Sharin

Club officials

Senior officials

PositionName
President Flag of Malaysia.svg Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor
Deputy President Flag of Malaysia.svg Abdul Rahman Abdullah
Vice-President I Flag of Malaysia.svg Khamal Idris Ali
Vice-President II Flag of Malaysia.svg Mohd Yusuri Yusof
Vice-President III Flag of Malaysia.svg Muhamad Radhi Mat Din
Honorary Secretary Flag of Malaysia.svg
Executive Secretary Flag of Malaysia.svg Shahrul Samsudin
Hononary Treasurer Flag of Malaysia.svg Ruzaini Radzi

Team officials

PositionName
General Manager Flag of Malaysia.svg Al-Naliq Hasmi Abu Hassan
Assistant Manager Flag of Malaysia.svg Shafarizam Baderon
Media Officer Flag of Malaysia.svg Tajul Arifin Kamal Baharin
Security Officer Flag of Malaysia.svg Yusnaidi
Head Coach Flag of Singapore.svg Aidil Sharin Sahak
Assistant Head Coach Flag of Malaysia.svg Victor Andrag
Assistant Coach Flag of Malaysia.svg Azmi Mohamed
GK Coach Flag of Malaysia.svg Mohd Effendy Kamsah
Fitness Coach Flag of Malaysia.svg Azmi Ibrahim
Team Analyst Flag of Malaysia.svg Anwar Azahari
Team Doctor Flag of Malaysia.svg Jasminder Singh Kulwant Singh
Physio Flag of Malaysia.svg Muhammad Nur'Illya Samsuddin
Masseur Flag of Malaysia.svg Abdul Hadi Abdul Hamid
Masseur Flag of Malaysia.svg Mohd Hazwan Fikri Abdul Halim
Medical Officer Flag of Malaysia.svg Mohd Shahrizal Mohd Nadzir
U21 General Manager Flag of Malaysia.svg Mohd Farouk Ismail
U21 Asst. Manager Flag of Malaysia.svg Amirul Nidzam Mahdzir
U21 Head Coach Flag of Malaysia.svg Mohd Fauzi Nan
U21 Asst. Coach Flag of Malaysia.svg Shariman Che Omar
U21 GK Coach Flag of Malaysia.svg Ragesh Subramaniam
U21 Fitness Coach Flag of Malaysia.svg Irwan Fadzli Idrus
U21 Physio Flag of Malaysia.svg Mohd Amirul Ehsan Mohd Mahrim
U21 Masseur Flag of Malaysia.svg Muhd Hasif Ismajamshir
U21 Masseur Flag of Malaysia.svg Mohd Khairul Ajmal Abdul Wahab
U19 General Manager Flag of Malaysia.svg Koet King Heyong
U19 Head Coach Flag of Malaysia.svg Mohd Ridzuan Abdul Rahman
U19 Asst. Coach Flag of Malaysia.svg Mohd Rizal Johari
U19 GK Coach Flag of Malaysia.svg Mohd Farid Baharum
U19 Fitness Coach Flag of Malaysia.svg Ishak Ahmad@Lah
U19 Head Physio Flag of Malaysia.svg Muhd Naim Shauqie Rusman
U19 Physio Flag of Malaysia.svg Nik Mohd Nor Azam Nik Aziz
Kitman Flag of Malaysia.svg Taufiq Ahmad Mahar
Flag of Malaysia.svg Haikal Tat

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