Selangor FA

Football Association of Selangor (Malay: Persatuan Bolasepak Selangor), commonly referred to as FA Selangor is a Malaysian professional football club based in the city of Shah Alam and competes in the Malaysia Super League, the top division of Malaysian football. Founded in 1936 as Football Association of Selangor (FAS) the association built its football development by forming the professional football team and known as FA Selangor. It currently plays their home games in the 80,372-capacity Shah Alam Stadium.[1]

Selangor
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Full nameFootball Association of Selangor
Nickname(s)The Red Giants (Gergasi Merah)
Founded22 February 1936; 84 years ago (22 February 1936) (as FA Selangor)
GroundShah Alam Stadium
Capacity80,372
OwnerRed Giants FC Sdn Bhd
PresidentTengku Amir Shah
Head coachB. Sathianathan
LeagueMalaysia Super League
2019Malaysia Super League, 3rd of 12
WebsiteClub website
Current season

Selangor is the most successful club in Malaysia, in terms of overall titles won. Domestically, Selangor have won a record 6 times Malaysia top division league champion which include 2 Super League titles that currently plays, 5 FA Cups, 33 Malaysia Cups and 8 Charity Cups titles.[2] Besides that, Selangor also have won 2 Premier League titles and between 1953 to 1973, 7 FAM Cups titles where FAM Cup as a secondary knockout competition between teams only after Malaysia Cup.

Selangor was also the first club to qualify and enter the highest Asian continental tournament, the Asian Club Championship and became the runner-up in 1967, the first edition of the Asian top-flight continental club tournament, which was later branded as the AFC Champions League in 2002. The season of 1997, 2005 and 2009 were the most successful years for Selangor. In 1997 season, the club won three trophies: the FA Cup, the Malaysia Cup and the Charity Cup and was the runner-up for the Agong's Cup under the coach Steve Wicks. In 2005 season, the team won three trophies: the Premier League, the FA Cup and the Malaysia Cup under the coaching of Dollah Salleh while in 2009 season, the head coach, K. Devan leads the team winning three trophies: the Super League, the FA Cup and the Charity Cup. This was the first domestic doubles for the club.

The club also has many football stars who brought success to the Selangor and the country such as Mokhtar Dahari, R. Arumugam, Abdul Ghani Minhat and Wong Choon Wah. Santokh Singh, Soh Chin Aun, Zainal Abidin Hassan, Azman Adnan, Rusdi Suparman, Mohd Amri Yahyah and many others.[3]

The club also holds several rivalries, most notably with Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.

HistoryEdit

1905–1936: BeginningsEdit

The association was founded in 1905 to establish an internal state league and to managed the league, called the Selangor Association Football League (SAFL). The first cup competition was sponsored by the British Resident of Selangor, RG Watson. There were also reports the association was led by British Residents at that time.

In 1926, the internal crisis led some officials to withdraw from the association and set up a separate association named Selangor Football Association (SFA). The dispute between the SAFL and the SFA continued for almost ten years before the two sides negotiated for the betterment of football future in the state of Selangor. Finally, the two football entities officially merged on February 22, 1936, under the name of the Football Association of Selangor (FAS) or Persatuan Bola Sepak Selangor in Malay language.[4]

1937–1957: Between World War 2 and IndependenceEdit

 
Tunku Abdul Rahman - FAS first Malaysian president appointed in 1951

The outbreak of the Second World War slowed down FAS's efforts to develop domestic football. The effort was started aggressively as soon as the war ended. Efforts to uphold the state football continued with the association planning the construction of a typical football stadium for the team. The association who earlier used the Selangor Field Club (now Dataran Merdeka) as their home clearly requires a stadium in line with the association direction. The association management met the Mayor of Kuala Lumpur several times for permission on the construction of the stadium but has is still not found a solution absolutely yet. The dream to see Selangor in action in the stadium itself seemed fainter by the day.

However, the appointment of Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj as the first official FAS president (who holds the presidency of both Football Association of Selangor and Football Association of Malaysia) at that time is a right move for the association. Prime Minister of the newly independent Malaya, Tunku Abdul Rahman pioneered back in the stadium construction business and ordered the construction of the Merdeka stadium to celebrate the country's independence as well as the official Selangor home stadium. Merdeka Stadium will also be the official national stadium in organizing international sports.

The Independent MP for Bungsar (now known as Bangsar constituency and also a teacher by a profession, Mr. SCE Singam became the second official FAS president until 1953, then later been replaced by K. Sundram. Between 1952 to 1955, the club won 1 FAM cup and become runners-up in the 1952 and 1955 FAM Cup competition.

1961–1982: Leadership of Harun Idris eraEdit

Dato' Seri Harun Idris, is synonymous with football in Selangor on the 1960s. He became president of the FAS for 21 years from 1961 to 1982. During his leadership, Selangor won 15 Malaysia Cups as well as doing a lot of positive changes to the association.[5] The club was originally headquartered at the MCA building in Jalan Ampang long before the construction of Wisma FAS in 1973 at the Merdeka Stadium on the president own efforts (also Chief Minister of Selangor at the time) and club manager, Hamzah Abu Samah.

1983–1989: Ahmad Razali Mohd Ali eraEdit

Tan Sri Ahmad Razali Mohd Ali, that was Chief Minister of Selangor at that time becomes a FAS President from the year 1984–1989. In 1984 season, he guides Selangor to win for the first time top division football league in Malaysia that was first introduced in 1982 as Malaysia League. Besides that, Selangor also win Malaysia Cup in a season 1982, 1984 and 1986. Then later in 1989 season, he also guides Selangor to win the newly rebranding Semi-Pro Division 1 League that been replace the Malaysia League.

1990-1995: New Stadium and Wisma FASEdit

After a series of successes for Selangor, the FAS decided to stop using the Merdeka stadium to fulfill the ambitions of the club. As a result, new stadium development has been approved to be built. Finally, on January 1, 1990, a groundbreaking ceremony for a new stadium was opened in Shah Alam. With the construction of this new stadium, the Shah Alam Stadium will be born, a stadium that can accommodate up to 80,000 spectators at a time. Its structure is the longest free gate in the world in that era. It has also become one of the major landmarks in Shah Alam due to its impressive size and art. The main stadium for the club is now Shah Alam Stadium. The stadium has been the home of the Selangor since it opened in July 1994, after the club moved from the Merdeka stadium. FAS also move to new headquarters in Kelana Jaya which known as Wisma FAS in mid 1990.

1996-2010: 17 Trophies CollectionEdit

This was Selangor FA's most successful period. In the 1996 season, with Ken Worden as head coach, they won the Charity Cup and Malaysia Cup. The following season, Steve Wicks from England was appointed as head coach and guided the club to success in the Charity Cup, FA Cup and Malaysia Cup. The Australian-born tactician Ken Worden was appointed again and won the Charity Cup and Malaysia Cup in season 2002. Under the guidance of coach K. Rajagopal, Selangor won the Premier League 1 which is the top-flight league competition in Malaysia then. In 2004 season, Selangor was relegated to the second division, Malaysia Premier League. Dollah Salleh was appointed as head coach and won 2005 Premier League, FA Cup and Malaysia Cup. However, the following season Selangor did not win anything and this is a bad side back to the club management. In season 2009, K. Devan was appointed as head coach and also the club manager. This is the first time in the club history that both roles been given to the same person. K. Devan is considered one of the best managerial records holders for the club. He won 2009, 2010 Super League, 2009 FA Cup, 2009, 2010 Charity Cup. Season 2010 was the last occasion Selangor won the top division league competition in Malaysia; Super League.

2011-2017Edit

7 times head coaches keep changing and consider the worst period of the club history. However in 2015, the Australian born Mehmet Durakovic and former player of the club win the Malaysia Cup and increase the title collection to 33 times. Till now no other club in the history of Malaysia able to match the record held by Selangor. The management problem during the Mohamed Azmin Ali leads the club as a FAS President cause Selangor unable to use the Shah Alam Stadium as their home ground and the internal conflict between exco members and management of the club also lead to downfall of Selangor performance on the pitch.

2018–present: Tengku Amir Shah eraEdit

On July 2018, The HH Crown Prince of Selangor, Tengku Amir Shah (RMS) has been appointed as the new President of FAS. He took over the seat left by Datuk Seri Subahan Kamal.[6] Since RMS took over the seat, a lot of effort been materialize and improved. This is a new chapter of Selangor football in this modern era.

In July 2019, Selangor moved to a new 400,000 square feet facility in Seksyen 5, Shah Alam called Selangor FC Training Centre which three-year lease from the Selangor state government.[7] The facility also sees the administrative headquarters of Football Association of Selangor, club administration office, training pitches, gym, first team lounge, physio treatment area, locker room as well as enabling the administrators and coaches be put under one roof.[8]

On 9 October 2019, as part of privatizing effort, FAS decided to only focus on association roles only in the state of Selangor, which football club that known as Selangor FC been manage by newly established entity, Red Giants FC Sdn Bhd. Selangor FC also take over PKNS FC to act as a reserve team known as Selangor F.C. II to ensure the youth development squad; Selangor F.C. Academy, will be streamlined and restructured as its developmental process flow with the first-team squad;

Brand and IdentityEdit

Crest and ColoursEdit

 
Selangor crest since 1936.

The crest is shaped as a shield, while the emblem on the upper part of the crest is derived from the Selangor State Council coat of arms. The colour characteristics on the crest is the main colour of the state of Selangor which symbolizes Bravery for red and Royalty for yellow.[9] Both of this colors also very peculiar in the state flag which follows the identity of Selangor. The logo is then completed by featuring the state’s blazon on the top of it.

KitsEdit

From the 1970s, the Selangor team kit was manufactured by various companies including Admiral, Puma, Adidas, Lotto and Kappa.

From 1985, the Selangor team was sponsored by various companies including Dunhill, EON, Celcom, Syarikat Bekalan Air Selangor (SYABAS), Telekom Malaysia (TM), and Menteri Besar Incorporated (MBI). Since 2014, the Selangor kit has been sponsored by the Selangor State Government under the name of six state government corporations.[10] The longest sponsoring company in the club's history is Dunhill from 1985 to 2004; Dunhill sponsored all the Malaysian clubs during that time before being banned by the Malaysian Health Ministry to decrease the popularity of smoking and tobacco in Malaysia.[11]

Start from 2019 season, the club kits have been produced by Spanish leading company on sportswear, Joma and sponsored by official Joma Malaysia for all teams which include first-team, reserve, academy, women's and futsal team.

Period Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor (chest) Shirt sponsor (back) Shirt sponsor (sleeve) Shirt sponsor (shoulder)
1975–1979 Admiral - - - -
1980 Diadora
1981–1984 Puma
1985–1987 Dunhill - - -
1988–1990 Adidas
1991 Mizuno
1992 Puma
1993-1997 Lotto Dunhill & EON - - -
1998 Dunhill & Courts - - -
1999-2001 Dunhill - - -
2002 Adidas Dunhill - - -
2003-2004 Kronos Dunhill & Talam - - -
2005–2006 Adidas TM / Celcom Gapurna Group - -
2006–2008 TM & SYABAS - - -
2009–2010 TM & KDEB - - -
2011–2012 Kappa MBI
- - -
2013 DatumCorp International - -
2014-2015 Selangor State Government - - -
2016–2017 Lotto
2018 redONE
CRRC - -
2019 Joma Selangor State Government Vizione[12] - -
2020-2021 PKNS & Vizione[13] Sugerbomb Digi ANF Logistics & MBI

Ownership and financesEdit

The holding company of Selangor F.C., Red Giants FC Sdn Bhd, is a private limited company, with approximately 10 million shares in issue by the state government of Selangor as a paid-up capital. The club has been privatized at the end of 2019 season.[14]

GroundsEdit

StadiumEdit

 
Shah Alam Stadium – the current home of FA Selangor

Selangor have used several grounds throughout their history. The club's first ground was the Selangor Club Field (now known as Dataran Merdeka) where they played from their founding in 1936 until the independence of Malaya in 1957.

In September 1956, the club president, and also Malaysia's first Prime Minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman, ordered the construction of the Merdeka Stadium to celebrate the country's upcoming independence as well as to be used as the new home stadium for the Red Giants. The stadium finished construction on 21 August 1957 and was inaugurated on 31 August 1957, the day Malaya declared independence from British rule. Right after the declaration of independence, Selangor moved its home matches to the Merdeka Stadium, which would become the club's home ground for the next 38 years. The first football match took place on 1 September 1957 which saw the Malaya defeat Burma 5-2 in a friendly match. In this stadium, which hosted 20,000 spectators, FA Selangor celebrated its first Malaysian league title in 1984.

After some successes, the club management decided that the Merdeka Stadium was not big enough for the ambitions of the club, and thus a new stadium was built and inaugurated on 16 July 1994. This was the Shah Alam Stadium as it is known today, which could host an astounding amount of 80,372 supporters, and became the club's home stadium for 22 years until 2016. The first match at the stadium was played between Selangor and Scottish club Dundee United in an invitational tournament, which resulted in a 1-1 draw, with the first goal being scored by Billy McKinlay. Other teams in the tournament were Bayern Munich, Leeds United, the Australian Olympic team "Olyroos", and Flamengo, who won the tournament.

In 2017, an internal crisis occurred within the club management, which resulted in the resignation of the club's president, Azmin Ali, who was also the Menteri Besar of Selangor at the time. The crisis began when executive members of the club reportedly rejected the notion of privatization, which was suggested by the club's president at the time, Mohamed Azmin Ali.[15] The crisis forced the club to move its home ground to the Selayang Stadium after the Selangor state government denied the club access to use their traditional home ground, the Shah Alam Stadium.[16][17]

The following year, the club management of Selangor decided to switch the club's home ground to the Kuala Lumpur Stadium for the 2018 season onwards.[18] The club's president, Subahan Kamal, stated that the Kuala Lumpur Stadium could generate a higher income and that the Selayang Stadium did not meet the needed lighting criteria required by the FMLLP which is organizing body of the football league in Malaysia.[19] FA Selangor originally proposed to use the club's traditional home ground, the Shah Alam Stadium and the Bukit Jalil National Stadium. However, both applications were rejected by the Selangor state government and the FMLLP respectively, with the latter's reason being that certain matches could collide with the Malaysia national football team's calendar.[20]

The club move back to the Shah Alam Stadium in the mid of 2018 season until present after new president was appointed, Tengku Amir Shah.

# Stadium Year
1 Selangor Club Field (now known as Dataran Merdeka) 1936 – 1956
2 Merdeka Stadium 1957 – 1994
3 Shah Alam Stadium 1994 – 2017
4 Selayang Stadium 2017
5 Kuala Lumpur Stadium 2018
6 Shah Alam Stadium 2018 – present
 
FA Selangor Training Centre – the current training facilities of Selangor

Training CentreEdit

The training facility located at SUK Sports Complex, Seksyen 5, Shah Alam. The 400,000 square feet training centre named FA Selangor Training Centre was officiated by HH Crown Prince of Selangor, Tengku Amir Shah in a simple ceremony attended by Selangor chief minister Amirudin Shari, club sponsors, association exco members and media representatives on 24 July 2019. The facility also has office complex for the management staff and technical staff, two FIFA size pitches, gymnasium, physio treatment area, a player lounge, changing room, pantry and etc.[21]

Vizione Holdings Berhad, a strategic partner to Selangor was the biggest contributor to the construction of the RM1.5 million facility.[22]

PlayersEdit

Current squadEdit

As of 6 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   GK Khairul Azhan Khalid
3   DF Rodney Celvin
4   DF Ashmawi Yakin
5   DF Taylor Regan (captain)
6   MF K. Sarkunan (vice-captain)
7   MF Sean Selvaraj
8   MF Khyril Muhymeen
10   FW Rufino Segovia
11   FW Wan Zack Haikal
12   FW Ifedayo Olusegun
17   MF Nor Hakim Hassan
No. Position Player
18   MF Halim Saari
19   DF K. Prabakaran
20   DF Syahmi Safari
21   MF Safuwan Baharudin
22   MF Syazwan Zainon
23   DF Nick Swirad
25   GK Tauffiq Ar Rasyid
26   DF A. Namathevan
27   DF M. Tamil Maran
30   GK Farizal Harun
50   FW Sandro
88   MF Brendan Gan

Recent transferEdit

Former playersEdit

Formers captainsEdit

Period Name
1988-1990   Zainal Abidin Hassan
1991-1996   Ismail Ibrahim
1997-1999   Zainal Abidin Hassan
2000-2002   Yusri Che Lah
2003-2004   Azmin Azram Abdul Aziz
2005-2008   Shukor Adan
2009-2012   Mohd Amri Yahyah
2013   Asraruddin Putra Omar
2014   Mohd Bunyamin Umar
2015-2016   Muhd Shahrom Abdul Kalam
2017   Razman Roslan
2018-2019   Mohd Amri Yahyah

All-time appearances and goalscorerEdit

Non-playing StaffEdit

Corporate hierarchyEdit

As of 12 December 2019
Position Name
Chairman   Tengku Amir Shah
Board of Directors   Shahril Mokhtar
-
-
Chief Executive Officer   Johan Kamal Hamidon

Technical StaffEdit

As of 6 June 2020
Position Name
Technical Director   Michael Feichtenbeiner
First-team Manager   Mahfizul Rusydin Abdul Rashid
Coaching Department
Head Coach   B. Sathianathan
Assistant Coach   Nazliazmi Mohd Nasir
Assistant Coach   Muhammad Adam Abdullah
Goalkeeping Coach   Mohana Sundram a/l Packirisamy
Sport Science and Medicine Department
Fitness Coach   Khairul Anwar Md Isa
Rehabilitation Coach -
Team Doctor   Dr. Vijayan Munusamy
Head Physiotherapist   Helber Richard Quintana Silva
Masseur   Halimee Yusoff
Masseur   Gobinathan Arumugam
Psychologist -
Analysis Department
Head of Analyst -
Team Analyst   Norasrudin Sulaiman
Match Analyst -
Scouting Department
Chief Scout   Lim Chan Yew
Scout -
Player Care and Support Department
Assistant Manager   Nazzab Hidzan
Team Coordinator   Faiz Ruslan
Kitman   Azman Ahmad

Notable managersEdit

As of 13 December 2019
Name From To P W D L Win%[nb 1] Honours
  Abdul Ghani Minhat 1970
1983
1973
1985
1 - Malaysia League (1984)
4 - Malaysia Cup (1971) (1972) (1973) (1984)
1 - Charity Shield (1985)
1 - FAM Cup (1972)
  M. Chandran 1975
1986
1978
1988
4 - Malaysia Cup (1975) (1976) (1978) (1986)
1 - Charity Shield (1987)
  Chow Kwai Lam 1979 1983 1 - Malaysia League (1980)
3 - Malaysia Cup (1979) (1981) (1982)
  Khaidir Buyong 1989 1990 2 - Semi–Pro Division 1 League (1989) (1990)
1 - Charity Shield (1990)
  Ken Worden 1991
1994
2002
2004
1991
1996
2003
2004
1 - FA Cup (1991)
3 - Malaysia Cup (1995) (1996) (2002)
2 - Charity Shield (1996) (2002)
  Bernhard Schumm 1993 1993 1 - Semi–Pro Division 2 League (1993)
  Steve Wicks 1997 1998 1 - FA Cup (1997)
1 - Malaysia Cup (1997)
1 - Charity Shield (1997)
  K. Rajagopal 1999 2000 1 - Premier 1 League (2000)
  Abdul Rahman Ibrahim 2001 2002 1 - FA Cup (2001)
  Dollah Salleh 2005 2008 1 - Premier League (2005)
1 - FA Cup (2005)
1 - Malaysia Cup (2005)
  K. Devan 2009 2011 116 78 21 17 067.24 2 - Super League (2009) (2010)
1 - FA Cup (2009)
2 - Charity Shield (2009) (2010)
  Mehmet Durakovic 2013 2015 73 36 18 19 049.32 1 - Malaysia Cup (2015)

Former Manager / Head CoachEdit

SupportersEdit

Since their inception in 1936, Selangor have developed a loyal, passionate and dedicated following. The club supporters are recognised for their loyalty, and longest-supporting fans.

Anthems

Merah kuning lambang kebanggaan
Selangor merancang kejayaan
Gemuruh sorakan menggegarkan
Cabaran disambut dengan kesungguhan

Kecemerlangan, kecemerlangan
Kecemerlangan jadi kenyataan

Merah kuning keberanian
Menempuh segala halangan
Sekali melangkah buktikan kemampuan

Merah kuning keberanian
Menempuh segala halangan
Sekali melangkah buktikan kemampuan

Selangor Darul Ehsan
Selangor....Darul Ehsan

—"Merah Kuning" lyrics, Anuar Razak

The fans song of choice and the most commonly hear is a rendition of Red Yellow (Malay: Merah Kuning). The anthems as always will playing before start the match. Ultrasel Curva song frequently sung is “Ale ale, Selangor ale". Another chant that always been singing "Come on Selangor", "Inilah Barisan Kita", You're Obsessed", Slaughter your enemy.

Selangor has various supporters' clubs such Ultrasel Curva, Selangor Fans Club, Anak Selangor Fan Club and many other small fan clubs that's considered as a regular in the Shah Alam Stadium. Ultrasel Curva is one of the largest supporters group of Selangor. Wherever Selangor play, the group will be there to support. They always gather at the Gate 2 stand in Stadium Shah Alam which they nicknamed it the Green Curva Nord.[23] Accompanied by the drumline, they will stand and chant passionately for the entire game and wave huge flags occasionally.[24]

Anak Selangor Fan Club is the second largest supporters group of Selangor. The fan club was formed by a group of loyal Selangor fans from many states that always gather up when the Red Giants are playing soccer. The main colours for these supporter is red and yellow, which is the official colour for all the fan clubs in the state of Selangor. The fan club's target is to create a football academy with the help and support of former Selangor players such as Shahril Arshad, Jamsari Sabian and many more large names.[25]

Red Giants Team card is one of the new initiatives to appreciate the 12th player of the club, which is the supporter. The memberships have multiple benefits to the supporters and it also as an entry ticket to the home games matches. The membership needs to renew on a yearly basis. The club also actively partakes in using the internet for social media to communicate with fans. The online presence is believed to be one of the strongest among other clubs in Malaysia. Official sites run by the club include Twitter, Facebook, Youtube and Instagram pages which fans can follow and receive the latest information about the club news, match and etc. As of December 2019, the FA Selangor – Official fanpage on Facebook has over 247 thousand followers.

RivalriesEdit

Selangor has a historical derby with Singapore FA known as the Malayan El'Clasico while matches with Kuala Lumpur FA were known as the Klang Valley Derby.[26][27]

The rivalry with Singapore FA was a football rivalry that occurred between 1921 till 1994. It is the oldest football derby in Malaysia. The rivalry arises from the numerous times the two clubs have battled for the Malaysia Cup title. With 57 titles between them (33 for Selangor and 24 for Singapore) this fixture has become known as one of the finest Malaysia Cup match-ups in history.[28][29]

Selangor local rival has always been Kuala Lumpur FA. The rivalry occurred due to the two state's geographical location. Selangor contests a local derby between the two most developed states in Malaysia; Selangor and Federal States of Kuala Lumpur. The rivalry goes back over 40 years when it started in the 80's. The rivalry was renewed when Kuala Lumpur FA got promoted to the Malaysia Super League after a seven-year spell in the second division. Kuala Lumpur FA were then relegated back to the Premier League on 2012 which was also the last meeting of the two clubs. On the following year, 2013, Kuala Lumpur again got relegated to the third-tier FAM League for the first time in its history.[30] On end of 2017 season Kuala Lumpur FA been promoted to 2018 Malaysia Super League competition, and rival start on again. However Kuala Lumpur FA relegated again to Malaysia Premier League for the upcoming season. In 2019 season, Kuala Lumpur FA been promoted back to Malaysia Super League

Since 2012, PKNS F.C. is one of the Selangor new rival. The rivalry occurred due to both clubs in the same state's geographical location. However as part of privatising and to structure the football in the state of Selangor, PKNS F.C. become a reserve team for the Selangor FC.

HonoursEdit

DomesticEdit

LeagueEdit

CupsEdit

  • FA Cup
    •   Winners (5) (record): 1991, 1997, 2001, 2005, 2009
  • Malaysia Cup
    •   Winners (33) (record): 1922, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1935, 1936, 1938, 1949, 1956, 1959, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1966, 1968, 1969,
      1971, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1984, 1986, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2002, 2005, 2015[33]
  • Challenge Cup / FAM Cup (1951-1989): (As a secondary knockout competition after Malaysia Cup)
    •   Winners (7): 1953(shared), 1960, 1961, 1962, 1966, 1968, 1972
  • Charity Cup
    •   Winners (8) (record): 1985, 1987, 1990, 1996, 1997, 2002, 2009, 2010

ContinentalEdit

CupEdit

Double and TrebleEdit

Doubles

Remark:

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

ReferencesEdit

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