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The 2017 Liga 1 (known as the Go-Jek Traveloka Liga 1[1][2] for sponsorship reasons) season was the inaugural season of Liga 1 and the eighth season of the top-flight Indonesian professional league for association football clubs since the establishment of Indonesian Super League in 2008.[3] The season began on 15 April 2017 and concluded on 12 November 2017. Fixtures for the 2017 season were announced on 11 April 2017.[4]

Liga 1
Season2017
Dates15 April – 12 November 2017
ChampionsBhayangkara
1st Liga 1 title
1st Indonesian title
RelegatedSemen Padang
Persiba
Persegres
AFC Champions LeagueBali United
AFC CupPersija
Matches played306
Goals scored882 (2.88 per match)
Best PlayerPaulo Sérgio
Top goalscorerSylvano Comvalius
(37 goals)
Biggest home winSriwijaya 10–2 Persegres
(5 November 2017)
Biggest away winPersegres 0–5 Bhayangkara
(26 August 2017)
Mitra Kukar 0–5 Persipura
(13 October 2017)
Highest scoringSriwijaya 10–2 Persegres
(5 November 2017)
Longest winning run6 games
Bhayangkara
Longest unbeaten run12 games
Persija
Persipura
Longest winless run17 games
Persegres
Longest losing run10 games
Persegres
Highest attendance36,545
Persib 1–1 Persija
(22 July 2017)
Lowest attendance0
Persija 1–0 Sriwijaya
(16 June 2017)
Persegres 1–1 Persija
(4 July 2017)
Borneo 1–0 Persiba
(25 September 2017)
Madura United 3–1 Barito Putera
(5 November 2017)
Borneo 2–1 Persib
(8 November 2017)
Madura United 1–3 Bhayangkara
(8 November 2017)
Total attendance2,664,789
Average attendance8,708
2018

Winner of the 2014 Indonesia Super League, Persib were the defending champions, as the 2015 Indonesia Super League was abandoned midway due to FIFA suspension while the 2016 Indonesia Soccer Championship A was not counted as an official league.

Bhayangkara won their first Liga 1 title and Indonesian top-flight title overall, with one match to spare following a 3–1 away won over Madura United on 8 November 2017.[5]

Contents

OverviewEdit

RefereeEdit

In December 2016, PSSI and the league operator planned to use foreign referees for the 2017 competition. The use of foreign referee was intended to improve the quality of the competition.[6] However, two weeks before the league starts, this plan was cancelled.[7]

After a wide criticism, protest and dissatisfaction towards the local referees during the first round of the season,[8][9] PSSI revisited the idea. On 18 July 2017, PSSI and the league operator officially announced the use of foreign referees and assistant referees in select matches for the second round.[10] There were two sets of officials (consisted of 1 referee and 2 assistant referees), each coming from Australia, Kyrgyzstan, Iran, and Japan.[11]

Player regulationEdit

League operator also introduced several new regulations, such as requiring clubs to contract a minimum of five U-23 local players with three of them having to play as starting lineup minimum of 45 minutes in a match, restricting clubs to have more than two players older than 35 years old, and increasing the maximum number of substitutions to five for each team in a match.[12]

On 30 July 2017, in preparation for the 2017 Southeast Asian Games, all regulations concerning under-23 players were suspended.[13] Later on 31 August 2017, PSSI decided to extend the suspension of all regulations concerning under-23 players until end of season.[14]

Substitution ruleEdit

FIFA approved the five substitution rule on 12 April 2017.[15][16] However, the two additional substitutions (in addition of three substitutions, in accordance to FIFA Laws of the Game) were only allowed for U-23 players.[16]

TeamsEdit

Eighteen teams competed in the league – all teams from the abandoned 2015 Indonesia Super League. As such, no promoted team competed this season.

Name changesEdit

  • Arema Cronus remove "Cronus" from their name and became Arema on 20 December 2016.[17]
  • Pusamania Borneo remove "Pusamania" from their name and became Borneo on 8 April 2017.[18]

Stadiums and locationsEdit

Team Location Stadium Capacity
Arema Malang Kanjuruhan[a] 44,965
Bali United Gianyar Kapten I Wayan Dipta 25,000
Barito Putera Banjarmasin May 17th 15,000
Bhayangkara Bekasi Patriot Candrabhaga[b] 30,000
Borneo Samarinda Segiri 16,000
Madura United Bangkalan Gelora Ratu Pamelingan[c] 15,000
Mitra Kukar Tenggarong Aji Imbut 35,000
Persegres Gresik Petrokimia 20,000
Persela Lamongan Surajaya 14,000
Perseru Serui Marora 5,000
Persib Bandung Si Jalak Harupat[d] 27,000
Persiba Balikpapan Batakan[e] 46,000
Persija Bekasi Patriot Candrabhaga[f] 30,000
Persipura Jayapura Mandala 30,000
PS TNI Cibinong Pakansari 30,000
PSM Makassar Andi Mattalata 15,000
Semen Padang Padang Haji Agus Salim 15,000
Sriwijaya Palembang Gelora Sriwijaya[g] 36,000

Notes:

  1. ^ Arema held several of their home matches at Gajayana.
  2. ^ Bhayangkara —owned by Indonesian National Police— moved their home base to Patriot Candrabhaga and stated their move was intended to make them closer to the National Police Headquarters, located in Jakarta.[19]
  3. ^ Madura United held several of their home matches at Gelora Bangkalan.
  4. ^ Persib used Gelora Bandung Lautan Api as their home stadium in the first round before they decided to move to Si Jalak Harupat in the second round.[20]
  5. ^ Persiba was temporarily use Gajayana as their home ground because their actual ground, Parikesit that owned by state-owned oil company Pertamina, was going to be demolished to make way for their oil refinery expansion as their newly-built replacement, Batakan, was still under construction and won't be ready until June.[21][22][23] Later, Pertamina allowed Persiba to use Parikesit in June.[24] After a round of negotiation, Persiba extended this permission and continue to use Parikesit until Batakan was ready and pass the verification.[25]
  6. ^ Persija moved their home base to Patriot Candrabhaga because their regular ground, Gelora Bung Karno in Jakarta was renovated for the upcoming 2018 Asian Games and was unavailable for the rest of the season.[26]
  7. ^ Sriwijaya moved their home base to Bumi Sriwijaya starting from week 26 because Gelora Sriwijaya was renovated for the upcoming 2018 Asian Games and was unavailable for the rest of the season.[27]

Personnel and kitsEdit

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

Team Head Coach Captain Kit manufacturer Shirt Sponsor(s)
Arema   Joko Susilo[28]   Johan Alfarizi[29] Specs[30] Torabika, Corsa, Guna Bangun Perkasa, Ijen Suites, Arema Access, Go-Jek
Bali United   Widodo C. Putro[31]   Fadil Sausu Made by club Indofood, Bank Ina, Anker Sport, Torabika, Achilles, Corsa, Mobil, ACA, Go-Jek, YCAB Foundation, Indomie, Bareksa, DM ID
Barito Putera   Jacksen F. Tiago[32]   Rizky Pora Vision of Superior Hasnur Group, Go-Jek, PT. Buana Karya Wiratama, Bank Kalsel
Bhayangkara   Simon McMenemy[33]   Indra Kahfi Vilour BNI
Borneo   Iwan Setiawan[34]   Kunihiro Yamashita Salvo[35] STM, BIB, CV Citra, Kopi ABC, Apau,[36] Go-Jek
Madura United   Gomes de Olivera[37]   Fabiano Beltrame Mizuno[38] JD.id, Lion Air, POJUR, Integra Group,[38] Torabika,[38] POOL Advista,[38] Go-Jek, Radar Madura
Mitra Kukar   Yudi Suryata[39]   Bayu Pradana Joma ABP Energy, PT Putra Perkasa Abadi, Go-Jek, Grand Elty, Bank Kaltim
Persegres   Hanafi[40]   Agus Indra Creative Color[41]
Persela   Aji Santoso[42]   José Coelho Lotto[43] Go-Jek, So Nice, APP
Perseru   Agus Yuwono[44]   Arthur Bonai Junior Sport[45] Bank Papua, Pemerintah Kabupaten Kep. Yapen
Persib   Emral Abus[46]   Atep Rizal Sportama Datsun, Indofood, Indomie,[47] Permata Bank Syariah, Go-Jek, Go-Pay,[47] Corsa, Indaco, IM3 Ooredoo, Kopi ABC, FWD[48]
Persiba   Haryadi[49]   Marlon da Silva MBB[50] Anugerah Group, Go-Jek
Persija   Stefano Cugurra[51]   Ismed Sofyan League[52] Go-Jek, TOA, Columbia, Dompetku
Persipura   Wanderley da Silva[53]   Boaz Solossa Specs Bank Papua, Persipura Access
PS TNI   Rudy Priyambada[54]   Manahati Lestusen MBB Mogu Mogu, Torabika, GOON, Go-Jek
PSM   Robert Alberts[55]   Hamka Hamzah Kelme[56] Semen Bosowa,[57] Kopi ABC[57]
Semen Padang   Syafrianto Rusli[58]   Hengky Ardiles Mizuno[59] Semen Padang,[59] Torabika, Bank Nagari, Oxygen Denim, Go-Jek, PT. Kunango Jantan, Covesia, G-Sport, Ayia
Sriwijaya   Hartono Ruslan[60]   Yoo Hyun-goo Calci[61] Bank Sumsel Babel, TEL, Torabika, Berita Pagi, Sriwijaya Post, PGN, PDPDE, Bukit Asam, Go-Jek
  • Additionally, referee kits are made by Joma and Nike supplied the match ball.

Coaching changesEdit

  •    Indicate the positions in the relegation zone.
Team Outgoing coach Manner of departure Date of vacancy Week Table Incoming coach Date of appointment
Barito Putera   Yunan Helmi End of caretaker role 18 December 2016 Pre-season   Jacksen F. Tiago 2 December 2016[32]
Bhayangkara   Ibnu Grahan End of contract 20 December 2016[62]   Simon McMenemy 23 December 2016[33]
Arema   Milomir Šešlija Mutual consent 20 December 2016[63]   Aji Santoso 24 December 2016[64]
Persija   Zein Alhadad End of contract 22 December 2016[65]   Stefano Cugurra 30 December 2016[51]
Persiba   Jaino Matos End of contract 23 December 2016[66]   Timo Scheunemann 11 January 2017[67]
Persela   Aji Santoso Signed by Arema 24 December 2016[64]   Herry Kiswanto 23 Januari 2017[68]
Persegres   Eduard Tjong End of contract 31 December 2016   Hanafi 10 January 2017[40]
Perseru   Hanafi Signed by Persegres 10 January 2017[40]   Yusak Sutanto 18 January 2017[69]
PS TNI   Suharto AD End of caretaker role 15 January 2017   Mustaqim 15 January 2017[70]
Bali United   Indra Sjafri Signed by Indonesia U19s 19 January 2017[71]   Hans-Peter Schaller 5 February 2017[72]
PS TNI   Mustaqim Sacked 17 February 2017   Laurent Hatton 15 March 2017[73]
Sriwijaya   Widodo C. Putro End of contract 25 March 2017   Osvaldo Lessa 26 March 2017
Persipura   Alfredo Vera Mutual consent 17 April 2017[74]   Liestiadi 17 April 2017[74]
Bali United   Hans-Peter Schaller Sacked 26 April 2017[75] 2 17   Eko Purjianto 26 April 2017
PS TNI   Laurent Hatton Mutual consent 1 May 2017 3 5   Ivan Kolev 1 May 2017
Persiba   Timo Scheunemann Resigned 1 May 2017[76] 3 18   Milomir Šešlija 4 May 2017[77]
Bali United   Eko Purjianto End of caretaker role 10 May 2017[31] 5 14   Widodo C. Putro 10 May 2017[31]
Perseru   Yusak Sutanto Sacked 7 June 2017[44] 10 16   Agus Yuwono 7 June 2017[44]
Persipura   Liestiadi Resigned 8 June 2017[78] 10 5   Mettu Duaramury 8 June 2017[79]
Sriwijaya   Osvaldo Lessa Sacked 17 June 2017[80] 11 12   Hartono Ruslan 18 August 2017[60]
Persipura   Mettu Duaramury End of caretaker role 20 June 2017[53] 11 4   Wanderley da Silva 20 June 2017[53]
Borneo   Dragan Đukanović Sacked 13 July 2017[81] 14 11   Ricky Nelson 13 July 2017[81]
Persib   Djadjang Nurdjaman Resigned 16 July 2017[82] 15 12   Herrie Setiawan 16 July 2017[82]
Arema   Aji Santoso Resigned 31 July 2017[83] 17 7   Joko Susilo 31 July 2017[28]
Mitra Kukar   Jafri Sastra Resigned 31 July 2017[84] 17 8   Sukardi Kardok 31 July 2017[84]
Persiba   Milomir Šešlija Resigned 9 August 2017[85] 18 18   Haryadi 10 August 2017[49]
Borneo   Ricky Nelson End of caretaker role 14 August 2017[86] 19 8   Iwan Setiawan 14 August 2017[34]
Persib   Herrie Setiawan End of caretaker role 2 September 2017[46] 22 9   Emral Abus 2 September 2017[46]
Persela   Herry Kiswanto Resigned 4 September 2017[87] 22 15   Aji Santoso 7 September 2017[42]
Mitra Kukar   Sukardi Kardok End of caretaker role 4 September 2017 22 8   Yudi Suryata 7 September 2017[39]
PS TNI   Ivan Kolev Sacked 21 September 2017 25 15   Rudy Priyambada 21 September 2017[54]
Semen Padang   Nil Maizar Sacked 4 October 2017 27 15   Delfi Adri 4 October 2017[88]
Semen Padang   Delfi Adri End of caretaker role 19 October 2017 30 15   Syafrianto Rusli 19 October 2017[58]

Foreign playersEdit

Football Association of Indonesia or PSSI restricted the number of foreign players strictly to four per team, including one slot for a player from AFC countries, and one slot for a marquee player,[89] a player that was required to have played in a top European league (Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, Primeira Liga, Eredivisie, Süper Lig, etc.) in the last 8 years, or a player that have played in the last three editions of the FIFA World Cup. Teams can use all the foreign players at once.[90]

  • Players name in bold indicates the player was registered during the mid-season transfer window.
  • Players in italics were out of squad or left club within the season, after pre-season transfer window, or in the mid-season transfer window.
Team Player 1 Player 2 Asian Player Marquee Player Former Player(s)
Arema   Esteban Vizcarra   Arthur Cunha   Ahmet Ataýew   Juan Pablo Pino   Jad Noureddine
Bali United   Marcos Flores   Sylvano Comvalius   Ahn Byung-keon   Nick van der Velden
Barito Putera   Matías Córdoba   Willian Lira   Aaron Evans   Douglas Packer   Thiago Cunha
Bhayangkara   Otávio Dutra   Ilija Spasojević[a]   Lee Yoo-joon   Paulo Sérgio   Thiago Furtuoso
Borneo   Flávio Beck   Matheus Lopes   Kunihiro Yamashita   Shane Smeltz   Helder Lobato
Madura United   Fabiano Beltrame   Thiago Furtuoso   Dane Milovanović   Peter Odemwingie   Cameron Watson
  Boubacar Sanogo
  Redouane Zerzouri
Mitra Kukar   Jorge Gotor   Marclei Santos   Oh In-kyun   Mohamed Sissoko
Persegres   Patrick da Silva   Saša Zečević   Yusuke Kato   Choi Hyun-yeon
  Goran Gančev
Persela   Ivan Carlos   Ramon Rodrigues   Kosuke Uchida   José Coelho   Márcio Rosário
Perseru   Boman Aimé   Sílvio Escobar   Ryutaro Karube   Omar El-Din
Persib   Vladimir Vujović   Ezechiel N'Douassel   Shohei Matsunaga   Michael Essien   Carlton Cole
Persiba   Marlon da Silva   Srđan Lopičić   Anmar Almubaraki   Júnior Lopes   Masahito Noto
  Dirkir Glay
Persija   Willian Pacheco   Reinaldo Elias   Rohit Chand   Bruno Lopes   Luiz Júnior
Persipura   Mauricio Leal   Addison Alves   Yoo Jae-hoon   Ricardinho
PS TNI   Redouane Zerzouri   Franklin Anzité   Hong Soon-hak   Élio Martins   Facundo Talín
  Leonel Núñez
  Aboubacar Camara
  Aboubacar Sylla
PSM   Steven Paulle   Marc Klok   Pavel Purishkin   Wiljan Pluim   Reinaldo Elias
Semen Padang   Cássio de Jesus   Marcel Sacramento   Ko Jae-sung   Didier Zokora
Sriwijaya   Alberto Gonçalves   Hilton Moreira   Yoo Hyun-goo   Tijani Belaïd

Source: 1st round, 2nd round.

Notes
  1. ^ Ilija Spasojević gained Indonesian citizenship on 25 October 2017, but he's registered as a foreign player in the mid-season transfer window.[91]

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Bhayangkara (C) 34 22 2 10 61 40 +21 68[a]
2 Bali United 34 21 5 8 76 38 +38 68[a] Qualification for the AFC Champions League preliminary round 1[92][b]
3 PSM 34 19 8 7 67 38 +29 65
4 Persija 34 17 10 7 48 24 +24 61 Qualification for the AFC Cup group stage[92][c]
5 Persipura 34 17 9 8 64 37 +27 60
6 Madura United[d] 34 17 9 8 58 44 +14 57
7 Barito Putera 34 15 8 11 48 44 +4 53
8 Borneo 34 15 7 12 50 39 +11 52
9 Arema 34 13 10 11 43 44 −1 49
10 Mitra Kukar 34 13 4 17 49 74 −25 43
11 Sriwijaya 34 11 9 14 50 50 0 42[e]
12 PS TNI 34 12 6 16 46 58 −12 42[e]
13 Persib 34 9 14 11 39 36 +3 41
14 Persela 34 12 4 18 49 55 −6 40
15 Perseru 34 10 7 17 35 45 −10 37
16 Semen Padang (R) 34 9 8 17 34 51 −17 35 Relegation to the Liga 2
17 Persiba (R) 34 7 6 21 41 62 −21 27
18 Persegres[f] (R) 34 2 4 28 26 104 −78 7
Source: Soccerway, GO-JEK Traveloka Liga 1
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head; 3) Goal Difference; 4) Goal Scored; 5) Drawing.
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. ^ a b Head-to-head results: Bali United 1–3 Bhayangkara, Bhayangkara 3–2 Bali United.
  2. ^ Bhayangkara failed to obtain an AFC license to participate in Asian competitions. Their place went to runner-up Bali United, which had an AFC license.[93]
  3. ^ PSM failed to obtain an AFC license to participate in Asian competitions. Their place went to fourth-place Persija, which had an AFC license.[93]
  4. ^ Madura United were deducted three points due to FIFA sanction. Madura United would have qualified for the AFC Cup group stage had Bali United qualified for the AFC Champions League group stage. As Bali United failed to qualify for the AFC Champions League group stage, Madura United's qualification in the AFC Cup was annulled.
  5. ^ a b Head-to-head results: Sriwijaya 2–1 PS TNI, PS TNI 2–1 Sriwijaya.
  6. ^ Persegres were deducted three points due to FIFA sanction.

ResultsEdit

Home \ Away ARE BLU BPT BHA BOR MDU MKU PGU PSL PSR PSB PBA PSJ PPR TNI PSM SPD SRI
Arema 2–0 1–0 2–0 0–0 1–1 2–0 2–0 2–0 0–0 0–0 3–0 1–1 0–2 1–1 3–3 5–3 3–2
Bali United 6–1 5–0 1–3 3–0 5–2 6–1 3–0 5–1 2–0 1–0 2–0 2–1 1–2 2–1 3–0 2–0 3–2
Barito Putera 1–2 1–1 1–0 2–1 2–2 2–1 2–0 4–1 2–0 1–0 1–0 1–0 1–1 0–1 2–2 3–1 2–0
Bhayangkara 2–1 3–2 0–1 2–1 2–1 4–1 2–1 3–1 2–1 2–0 3–2 1–2 2–1 1–2 0–2 1–0 2–1
Borneo 3–2 0–0 2–1 3–0 3–0 1–0 3–0 4–2 2–0 2–1[a] 1–0[b] 1–2 1–1 1–0 3–2 1–0 0–1
Madura United 2–0 2–0 3–1 1–3 1–1 2–2 3–2 2–1 1–1 3–1 1–0 1–1 2–0 4–1 1–0 6–0 3–0
Mitra Kukar 0–3 2–1 3–2 0–3[c] 0–4 2–1 3–1 3–2 1–0 2–1 2–2 1–2 0–5 5–3 1–1 1–0 2–0
Persegres 2–3 1–3[d] 2–1 0–5 0–1 0–3 2–4 0–2 2–5 0–1 2–1 1–1 0–4 0–3[e] 1–1 1–3 1–1[f]
Persela 4–0 0–1 3–2 1–3 3–1 2–0 2–3 7–1 1–0 1–0 2–2 1–0 0–1 1–0 0–1 2–0 2–1
Perseru 2–0 1–3[g] 0–1 1–1 3–2 2–0 2–1 1–0 0–0 2–1 2–1 0–3[h] 2–1 0–1[i] 1–2 0–0 2–3
Persib 0–0 0–0 0–0 1–1 2–2 0–0 3–1 6–0 1–1 0–2 1–0 1–1 1–0 3–1 2–1 2–2 2–0
Persiba 0–1 3–2 2–3 1–2 3–2 3–4 3–2 3–0 2–2 2–1 2–2 0–2 0–2 1–0 2–2 1–0 0–2
Persija 2–0 0–0 1–1 1–0 1–0 0–1 1–1 5–0 2–0 1–0 3–0[j] 2–0 1–1 4–1 2–2 2–0 1–0[k]
Persipura 3–1 3–1 3–1 3–2 2–1 0–1 6–0 1–1 2–1 2–2 0–0 4–2 3–0 2–1 0–0 3–0 2–2
PS TNI 0–0 3–4 1–1 0–1 2–2 2–3 2–1 2–1 3–2 2–1 2–2 1–1 0–2 2–1[l] 2–1 2–1 2–1
PSM 1–0 0–1 1–1 2–1 1–0 6–1 1–0 5–1 3–1 2–0 2–1 3–1 1–0 5–1 4–1 4–0 1–0
Semen Padang 2–0 1–3 1–2 1–2 1–1 0–0 1–2 4–1 1–0 3–1 0–0 2–1 1–1 1–0 2–0 2–1 1–1
Sriwijaya 1–1 2–2 3–2 1–2 1–0 0–0 3–1 10–2 2–0 0–0 1–4 1–0 1–0 2–2 2–1 3–4 0–0
Source: Go-Jek Traveloka Liga 1
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.
For upcoming matches, an "a" indicates there is an article about the match.
Notes:
  1. ^ Borneo hosted Persib at Mulawarman due to sanctions by PSSI Disciplinary Committee following the incident of intimidation referee after the match against Bali United.[94]
  2. ^ Borneo hosted Persiba at Mulawarman due to sanctions by PSSI Disciplinary Committee following the incident of intimidation referee after the match against Bali United.[94]
  3. ^ PSSI Disciplinary Committee declared Mitra Kukar lost 3–0 to Bhayangkara because they played a player who should not be allowed to play because of Disciplinary Committee punishment. The original score was 1–1.[95]
  4. ^ Persegres hosted Bali United at Surajaya because GOR Tri Dharma which was one complex with Petrokimia, used to hold 2017 Asian Men's Volleyball Championship.[96]
  5. ^ Persegres hosted PS TNI at Surajaya due to the election of village heads in the local area.[97]
  6. ^ Persegres hosted Sriwijaya at Surajaya because GOR Tri Dharma which was one complex with Petrokimia, used to hold 2017 Asian Men's Volleyball Championship.[96]
  7. ^ Perseru hosted Bali United at Kapten I Wayan Dipta because Marora didn't pass verification to held a match at night.[98]
  8. ^ Perseru hosted Persija at Patriot Candrabaga because Marora didn't pass verification to held a match at night.[99]
  9. ^ Perseru hosted PS TNI at Pakansari because Marora didn't pass verification to held a match at night.[100]
  10. ^ Persija hosted Persib at Manahan because they did not get a recommendation from the Bekasi city police to hold a home game at Patriot Candrabhaga.[101] Match between Persija and Persib stopped in 83' due to dissatisfaction to referee when Persija was leading 1–0. Persija declared won 3–0.[102]
  11. ^ Persija hosted Sriwijaya at Wibawa Mukti and without spectactors because of the riots that occurred at the Patriot Candrabhaga.[103]
  12. ^ PS TNI hosted Persipura at Patriot Candrabaga because Pakansari was being renovated for the 2018 Asian Games.[104]

Season statisticsEdit

Hat-tricksEdit

Player For Against Result Date
  Peter Odemwingie Madura United Semen Padang 6–0 (H) 12 June 2017
  Prisca Womsiwor Persipura Mitra Kukar 6–0 (H) 3 July 2017
  Addison Alves Persipura Bali United 3–1 (H) 9 August 2017
  Sylvano Comvalius Bali United Madura United 5–2 (H) 13 August 2017
  Raphael Maitimo Persib Persegres 6–0 (H) 20 August 2017
  Sylvano Comvalius5 Bali United Mitra Kukar 6–1 (H) 27 August 2017
  Samsul Arif Persela Persegres 7–1 (H) 30 September 2017
  Boaz Solossa Persipura Persija 3–0 (H) 18 October 2017
  Élio Martins PS TNI Persegres 3–0 (A) 28 October 2017
  Alberto Gonçalves Sriwijaya Persegres 10–2 (H) 5 November 2017
  Slamet Budiyono
  Ilija Spasojević Bhayangkara Madura United 3–1 (A) 8 November 2017
  Muhammad Rachmat PSM Madura United 6–1 (H) 12 November 2017

DisciplineEdit

AttendancesEdit

Pos Team Total High Low Average Change
1 Persija 391,073 29,699 0 23,004 −8.3%
2 Persib 306,290 36,545 3,160 18,017 −6.8%
3 Bali United 243,918 23,320 4,254 14,348 +144.2%
4 PSM 234,058 14,929 9,357 13,768 +2,578.6%
5 Persipura 196,389 17,981 853 11,552 +85.5%
6 Persela 172,467 14,000 3,960 10,145 +6.1%
7 Arema 171,239 27,610 1,664 10,073 −46.7%
8 Sriwijaya 144,757 18,720 1,725 8,515 −12.8%
9 Persiba 131,279 20,000 1,000 7,722 +93.0%
10 Borneo 115,819 12,371 0 6,813 n/a
11 Semen Padang 100,711 11,872 1,276 5,924 −29.0%
12 Barito Putera 98,064 9,124 2,252 5,768 −7.2%
13 Madura United 87,536 14,000 0 5,149 +173.9%
14 Bhayangkara 85,829 29,397 1,250 5,049 +28.1%
15 Persegres 58,871 15,189 0 3,463 −43.9%
16 Perseru 49,609 12,954 239 2,918 +103.5%
17 PS TNI 38,498 18,288 250 2,265 +472.0%
18 Mitra Kukar 38,382 4,234 476 2,258 +0.6%
League total 2,664,789 36,545 0 8,708 +11.4%

Source: Go-Jek Traveloka Liga 1
Notes:
Teams played previous season in Premier Division
* Comparison for previous season average attendance was based on 2014 Indonesia Super League, because 2015 Indonesia Super League was abandoned and 2016 Indonesia Soccer Championship A was not counted as an official league.

AwardsEdit

These were the list of Liga Indonesia First & Excellence (LIFE) Awards 2017 winners that held on 22 December 2017.[106]

Best PlayerEdit

Best Player was awarded to Paulo Sérgio.[106]

Best Young PlayerEdit

Best Young Player was awarded to Rezaldi Hehanusa.[106]

Top ScorerEdit

Top Scorer was awarded to Sylvano Comvalius (37 goals).[106]

Best XIEdit

List of Best XI were:[106]

Goalkeeper Defenders Midfielders Forwards
  Andritany Ardhiyasa (Persija)   Hamka Hamzah (PSM)
  Gavin Kwan (Barito Putera)
  Rezaldi Hehanusa (Persija)
  Willian Pacheco (Persija)
  Bayu Pradana (Mitra Kukar)
  Wiljan Pluim (PSM)
  Paulo Sérgio (Bhayangkara)
  Irfan Bachdim (Bali United)
  Sylvano Comvalius (Bali United)
  Septian David (Mitra Kukar)

Best RefereeEdit

Best Referee was awarded to Mustofa Umarella.[106]

Fair Play TeamEdit

Fair Play Team was awarded to Perseru.[106]

Lifetime AchievementEdit

Lifetime Achievement was awarded to Choirul Huda.[106]

Best GoalEdit

Best Goal was awarded to Septian David (against Persiba, 10 November 2017).[106]

See alsoEdit

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