Terengganu FC II

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Terengganu Football Club II (Malay: Kelab Bola Sepak Terengganu II) is a professional football club based in Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu, Malaysia. The club currently plays in the Malaysia Premier League, the second division of the Malaysian League.

Terengganu II
Full nameTerengganu Football Club II
Nickname(s)The Turtles
Short nameTFCII
Founded2006; 14 years ago (2006) as T-Team F.C.
2017; 3 years ago (2017) as Terengganu F.C. II
GroundSultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah Stadium
PresidentAhmad Samsuri Mokhtar
Head CoachRoshadi Wahab
LeagueMalaysia Premier League
WebsiteClub website
Current season

The club was founded as T-Team on 14 July 2006, changed its name to Terengganu II in 2017 and become the reserve team of Terengganu Football Club. The club is widely known as The Turtles.


Early years (as T-Team)Edit

The club was founded on 14 July 2006 as T-Team. The club was formed after Football Association of Kuala Terengganu District decided to send a football team to compete in Malaysian League as T-Team. They competed in 2008 Malaysia FAM League and achieved promotion to Malaysia Premier League for 2009 season.[1] The club was then also promoted to Malaysia Super League after just one season in second division and then competed in 2010 Malaysia Super League. The club was further rebranded as T-Team Titans to gather local support.

The team quickly gained popularity among the local football fans as everyone's favourite underdog. As the team kept surpassing the pundits' and supporters' expectations season after season they also showed that they were more than capable of competing and beating Malaysia's heavyweights (JDT, Pahang and Kedah) even with their tight budget and often young squad.

Merging with Terengganu FA to become Terengganu FCEdit

On 21 November 2017, T-Team management announced the club had been absorbed into Terengganu F.C., and the team status was changed to a reserve team of the newly restructured first team of Terengganu. As part of the change, T-Team changed its name to Terengganu II, and were automatically relegated to the 2018 Malaysia Premier League, despite finishing the season outside of the 2017 Malaysia Super League relegation zone.[2]

This was a controversial decision among Terengganu and Malaysia football fans as they felt that the decision was very unfair towards the club and the players of T-Team (currently Terengganu F.C II) at that time. As the club worked hard until the last day of the season to avoid relegation to the Malaysia Premier League but still ended up getting relegated due to the decision of the board. The fans felt that there was no need for the two clubs to merge as they would have preferred T-Team to exist as their club and management and be able to watch a Terengganu Derby in the Malaysia Super League between Terengganu F.C. I versus T-Team. Coach Rahmad Darmawan openly criticized the decision of the Terengganu F.C. board as he felt that he and his players were betrayed. He stated that had the decision of merging the two clubs been announced before the start of the season, he and his players would not have wasted their time and energy to avoid relegation. He then resigned as the coach of Terengganu F.C. II with the reason that he was not interested in managing a reserve side.

Under new head coach, Mustafa Kamal, Terengganu II performed badly in the league, and finished 11th, in the automatic relegation to Malaysia FAM League zone. As a result of the poor performance, Mustafa Kamal resigned as head coach, and the head coach role were temporarily held by Tengku Hazman, his assistant, for the inaugural Malaysia Challenge Cup. Tengku Hazman succeeded in leading his charges to win the tournament, beating UKM F.C. 4-2 on aggregate in the final.

In December 2018, Terengganu II were granted a reprieve by Malaysia Football League and retained their place for the 2019 Malaysia Premier League, after 2018 Malaysia FAM Cup champions Terengganu City F.C. were denied promotion due to unpaid player and staff wages issues.[3]


The club currently use the Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah Stadium, Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu, Malaysia as their home venue.

The capacity of the stadium is 25,000.[4][5][6]

Ownership and financesEdit


Period Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor
2007 Admiral No Sponsor
2008 No Sponsor
2009 Streamyx & Admiral
2010 TM & Admiral
2011 Admiral
2013 Kappa EPIC
2014 Line 7
2015 Eutag
2016–2017 Kobert Terengganu Incorporated
2017 Mizuno Chicken Cottage
2018 Kobert
2019 - recent aL by Al-Ikhsan Terengganu Incorporated


Current squadEdit

As of 9 June 2020

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

No. Position Player
1   DF Shafawi Mohamad
2   DF Samsul Ikram Daud
3   FW Amir Ashraf Hussin
4   DF Radhi Yusof
5   DF Alif Zakaria
6   MF Dhiyaulrahman Hasry
7   DF Che Mohd Arif
8   FW Aliff Fitri Jefri
9   DF Wan Mohd Fazli
10   FW Bruno Suzuki
11   MF Ridzuan Razali
13   FW Firas Tarmizi
14   MF Zuasyraf Zulkiefle
15   MF Takhiyuddin Roslan
16   MF Izaman Solehin Rohadi
17   FW Ramzi Sufian
No. Position Player
18   MF Azrean Aziz
19   GK Nik Mohd Amin Ahmad
20   MF Amirul Syazwan Nor Azmi
21   MF Fakrul Wahid
22   MF Engku Muhd Nur Shakir
23   DF Aqil Irfanuddin
24   GK Suhaimi Hussin
25   MF Dechi Marcel
26   DF Argzim Redžović
27   DF Amirul Hafizul Samsol
28   FW Jordan Mintah
29   MF Shaziran Sapien
30   FW Izzan Syahmi Mustapa
31   MF Haidhir Suhaini
66   FW Darren Lok


Head coachesEdit

Year Head Coach
2006–2007   Hasnan Ahmad
2007–2010   Che Ku Marzuki
2011–2012   Yunus Alif
2013   Peter Butler
2013   Eduardo Almeida (caretaker)
2013   Che Ku Marzuki (caretaker)
2013–2014   Azraai Khor (resign)
2014   Anuar Abu Bakar (caretaker)
2015   Tomislav Steinbruckner
2016–2017   Rahmad Darmawan[8] (resign)
2017–2018   Mustafa Kamal
2018–2019   Tengku Hazman Raja Hassan[9]
2020–   Roshaidi Wahab

Team managersEdit

Year Manager
2007–10   Abdul Rasid Jusoh
2010–15   Dato' Haji Rozi
2016–   Dato' Haji Mohammad Kamil

Club personnelEdit

Position Name
Chairman   Ahmad Samsuri Mokhtar
General Manager   Che Wan Mohd Azlizan Che Wan Abu Bakar
Assistant Manager   Mohd Syahrizan Mohd Zain
Head coach   Roshaidi Wahab
Assistant coach   Sapian Wahid
Goalkeeping Coach   Syed Mohd Nasir Mat Akih
Fitness Coach   Mohd Efindy Mohd Salleh
Team Doctor   Marzuki Abdullah
Team Doctor   Mohd Shahrul Faiz Mohd Noor
Physiotherapist   Mark Lee Soong Keen
Masseur   Asyraf Naim Ying
Kitman   Sukri Embong



  • Runners-up (1): 2009
  •   Winners (1): 2008


  •   Winners (1): 2018

Club recordEdit

As of 7 March 2020
Season League FA Cup Malaysia

Asia Top scorer
Division P W D L F A Pts Pos Name Goals
2015 MPL 22 12 6 4 50 27 42 3rd R2 GR   Farhod Tadjiyev 18
2016 MSL 22 7 6 9 30 34 27 7th R2 SF   Patrick Cruz 13
2017 MSL 22 7 5 10 30 45 23 9th R3 GR  –   Farhod Tadjiyev /   Dilshod Sharofetdinov /   Nor Hakim 6
2018 MPL 20 4 5 11 22 34 17 11th DNQ Champions  –   Akanni-Sunday Wasiu 20
2019 MPL 20 8 6 16 21 24 30 4th DNQ Semi-finals  –   Bruno Suzuki 13
Champions Runners-up Third Place Promoted Relegated

Affiliate clubsEdit


  1. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesm/malay08.html Malaysia 2008
  2. ^ http://www.goal.com/en-my/news/t-team-fc-bid-farewell-m-league-10-years/1p1b2crstk7pq1vgss118nbvg8
  3. ^ https://www.goal.com/en-sg/news/mifa-get-super-league-spot-perlis-the-same-for-premier/klljftolri1k19e610f22gt2r
  4. ^ "Kapasiti stadium 2012". ammboi (in Malay). 26 May 2013. Archived from the original on 19 August 2012. Retrieved 18 August 2012.
  5. ^ "T-Team FC in Soccerway". Soccerway. 25 November 2013. Retrieved 25 November 2013.
  6. ^ "T-Team beraksi di Stadium Sultan Ismail". teganukite.net. 6 October 2016. Retrieved 20 October 2016.
  7. ^ "Terengganu II 2020". FAM. Retrieved 9 June 2020.
  8. ^ "T-Team signs new coach and announces new imports". sarawakcrocs.com. 3 December 2015. Retrieved 24 October 2016.
  9. ^ https://www.bharian.com.my/sukan/bola/2018/08/457389/mustaffa-akui-gagal-bimbing-tfc-ii

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