Arthur training with Badak Lampung in 2019
|Full name||Arthur Daniel Irawan|
|Date of birth||3 March 1993|
|Place of birth||Surabaya, Indonesia|
|Height||1.76 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|2017||→ Borneo (loan)||2||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Arthur started playing football in Jakarta since he was seven years old. He played for Jakarta Intercultural School's varsity soccer team. Spanish club RCD Espanyol became interested in him when he was playing in a 2011 game in England. The Catalonia-based club offered a two-month trial. After impressing in the trial period, Espanyol gave him a four-year contract and an opportunity to train at its youth academy.
RCD Espanyol BEdit
On November 9, 2011, Irawan officially signed for RCD Espanyol B, which plays in Segunda B, the third-tier of Spanish football. He struggled to earn playtime with eight appearances in three years. 
In January 2014, Irawan decided to move to a lower league and sign for Málaga B that plays in the Tercera Division, the fourth-tier of Spanish football, after three years playing for Espanyol B in Segunda B.
In the summer of 2014, Irawan joined Belgian first division side Waasland-Beveren. Arthur Irawan finally made his Belgian Pro League debut in their final match of the season. In this game, Waasland lost 1-2 in a home match against KV Mechelen. Injuries prevented him to find another opportunity to play for this club.
After five years unable to break into the first-team in Europe, Irawan in 2017 returned home to Indonesia and joined Liga 1 (Indonesia) giant Persija Jakarta on a one-year contract. He made his 2017 Liga 1 debut in a match against Bhayangkara F.C that ended with his team winning 1-0. However, like in Europe, he struggled to secure a starting position.
Like in Europe, he opted to move to a weaker team for the sake of playing time. He joined Badak Lampung, a club that was newly promoted from Liga 2 to play in the 2019 Liga 1 season. Irawan failed to prevent Badak Lampung from relegation.
Insisting to stay in top-flight football in Indonesia, Irawan moved to PSS Sleman that won promotion from Liga 2 together with Badak Lampung in 2018 but, unlike the latter, managed to finish in the middle of the table in its inaugural Liga 1 season in 2019. Finally finding a place where he can shine, Irawan played in all of the club's three matches in the 2020 Liga 1 season that abruptly stopped due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Irawan was first called to play for Indonesia for the preparation of the AFF Suzuki Cup 2012, which was held in Malaysia. He played against Timor Leste national football team at Gelora Bung Karno Stadium which ended with 1-0 win for Indonesia.
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