Tiger Rovers F.C

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Tiger Rovers Football Club is a Malaysian semi-professional football club based in Setapak, Kuala Lumpur, that competes in the FAS Division 1. Founded in Oktober 2014 and the club's home ground is Ibukota Field in Taman Ibukota, Setapak, Kuala Lumpur.

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Tiger Rovers F.C
Full nameTiger Rovers Football Club
Nickname(s)Tygo
Founded2014;6 years ago (2014)
GroundPadang Ibukota Setapak
OwnerIsa Al Farouq Bin Mohammad Yunus
ManagerAman Firdaus Bin Abul Hassan
League FAS Division 1
Website Club website
Tiger Rovers F.C against Belia Selangor in first round Selangor F.A Cup 2016 Selangor F.A Cup 2016 against Belia Selangor .jpg
Tiger Rovers F.C against Belia Selangor in first round Selangor F.A Cup 2016

Training Ground

Tiger Rovers F.C are based at Ibukota Field 5, located in Taman Ibukota, Setapak, Kuala Lumpur. All their preparation matches as well as training sessions will be from within the confines of the field. The field complete with facilities such as a toilet, indoor court, playground and a small gym facility. The field can currently train at night with DIY sportlight.

Selection player for selangor league 2017 on training ground Tiger Rovers F.C Training Ground Tiger Rovers Football Club June 2017.jpg
Selection player for selangor league 2017 on training ground Tiger Rovers F.C

Sponsorship

Tiger Rovers F.C are sponsored by a single sponsorship. These sponsorships also include partnerships in taking the club to higher levels.

In terms of venue, Tiger Rovers F.C are sponsored by Amanz Network, a famous gadget blog in Malaysia, which agreed to a 1-year sponsorship in late 2017.

Honours and achievements

Honours

League

Team Officials

Managers

YearManager
2014 - 2017Isa Al Farouq Bin Mohammad Yunus
2017–presentAman Firdaus Bin Abul Hassan

Coaches Staff

YearHead coach
2014 - 2017Isa Al Farouq Bin Mohammad Yunus
2017–presentMohd Shaipul Bin Abd Kadir
YearAssistant Coach
2014 - 2015Man Bodin
2017–presentIsa Al Farouq Bin Mohammad Yunus
YearGoalkepper Coach
2014 - 2015Amirul Syafik Yusri
2015 - 2017Isa Al Farouq Bin Mohammad Yunus
2017–PresentMuhammad Fizuan Bin Fadil

Players

Current squad

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