|Full name||Kuching City Football Club|
|Manager||Fazzrudin Abdul Rahman|
|Coach||Mohammad Nazri Zainal Ariffin|
|League||Malaysia Premier League|
|2019||Malaysia M3 League 2nd of 14 (promoted via play-offs)|
Kuching City Football Club or simply known as Kuching City is a professional football club based in Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia that participates in the Malaysia Premier League.It is the third professional football club based in the state of Sarawak
In 2015, with the commencement of the People Football League introduced by the Football Association of Malaysia, the purpose of the league was to transform lower leagues in Malaysia and promote amateur football in all districts and states across Malaysia.Consequently, Kuching F.A. was founded alongside it to represent the district of Kuching in Sarawak.
In the 2015–16 Liga Bolasepak Rakyat, Kuching won the inaugural editionafter beating Padang Besar 3-1 at the Selayang Stadium. With the championship, Kuching got an automatic promotion into the 2017 Piala FAM.
In their first season in FAM League, Kuching achieved 4th place in Group B, qualifying the team for the play-offs. They were knocked out in the quarter-final stage by UKM F.C., which later gained promotion to 2018 Malaysia Premier League as finalist of the play-offs. Kuching's second season in the FAM League saw them in the 4th place in Group A, the same as previous season. Unfortunately, changes in the play-off qualifying saw them miss out on the knock-out stage as only top two teams of each group chosen. Kuching were registered to play in the 2019 Malaysia FAM Cup, but were also invited by FAM to play in the 2019 Malaysia Premier League, as a number of teams pull out from the league.
Crest And Colours
Kuching's Crest has a Yellow shield and on it is the flag of Sarawak where the club originated from,and a Green White stripped Tiger on it."City of Unity" is written in the middle of the crest.
After announcing their promotion to the Malaysia Premier League. Kuching changed their kit to a new one to kick start their new journey,the colours are green with white stripes and "City of Unity" is written in the middle of the kit
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
For recent transfers, see List of Malaysian football transfers 2019
|23||Qaaiman Rizqi Jofri||GK||2000|
|25||Nur Ariff Azman||GK||1999|
|2||Muhamad Azim Fikri Ismail||RB / RWB||2000|
|3||Shafiq Aqimie Shamsul||LB / LWB||2000|
|4||Azzam Marzuk Saffriy||CB||2000|
|6||Mohd Faezwan Ashwandie Ahmad||LB / LWB||2000|
|20||Chong Ka Hui||CB||1999|
|21||Haziq Rahimi Iskandar||CB||20/10/99|
|24||Mohd Badrul Hisham Mohd Hussein||RB / RWB||1999|
|7||Mohd Alauddin Farid Atan||RW / RM||2000|
|8||Diego Baggio Test||CM||1999|
|9||Abang Mohd Haiqal Binabang Mohd Za'afari||RW / RM||2000|
|13||Mohamad Nur Raziman Razali||AM / CM||1999|
|15||Muhamad Haiqall Yusfarizal Hanafi||LW /LM||2000|
|16||Daineleffino Aiho||LW /LM||2000|
|17||Atif Irsyad Iskandar||DM /CM||2000|
|18||Muhammad Zaim Maslan||AM /CM||2000|
|19||Azrullah Hizami Rosandi||CM||1999|
|23||Mohamad Irfan Syahmi Abdullah||CM||2000|
|10||Amirul Iqmal Bolhi||ST||1999|
|11||Mohammad Syukri Madeli||ST||2000|
|14||Amir Amri Salleh||ST||2000|
|29||Wan Badzreen Wan Yusuf||ST||1999|
Updated on 26 November 2019.
|Season||Division||Position||Malaysia Cup||Malaysian FA Cup||Malaysian Charity Shield||Regional||Top Scorer (All Competitions)|
|2017||FAM League||4th of 7 Group B||DNQ||–||–||–|
|2018||FAM League||4th of 7 Group A||DNQ||Second round||–||–|
|2019||Liga M3||2nd of 14||DNQ||Second round||–||–|
As of 31 January 2016 [update]
|U21 Head Coach|
|U21 Asst. Coach|
|U21 GK Coach|
|U21 Fitness Coach|
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