Terengganu Football Club is a professional football club based in Kuala Nerus, Terengganu, Malaysia, that competes in Malaysia Super League, the first division of Malaysian football league system. Nicknamed "The Turtles", the club was founded as Terengganu Football Association on 22 November 1956, changed its name to Terengganu Football Association in 1972 and Terengganu Football Club in 2018.

Terengganu
Full nameTerengganu Football Club
Nickname(s)Penyu (The Turtles)
Hitam Putih (Black and White)
Short nameTFC
Founded22 November 1956; 67 years ago (1956-11-22) (as Terengganu FA)
GroundSultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium
Capacity50,000
PresidentHishamuddin Abdul Karim
CEOMohd Sabri Abas
ManagerTomislav Steinbrückner
LeagueMalaysia Super League
2023Malaysia Super League, 6th of 14
WebsiteClub website
Current season

The club had won major trophies in Malaysian football. Domestically they had won 1 Malaysia Cup, 2 Malaysia FA Cup, 1 Malaysia Charity Shield, 2 Malaysia Premier League titles and 1 FAM League title. Terengganu remains the only state team that has not won the top flight M-League since the introduction of the league in 1982 up until now.

History edit

This club did not have much success in the 1970s with only a single appearance in the Malaysia Cup final led by Harun Jusoh, losing to Selangor 2–1 in a match played at the Merdeka Stadium.[1] It was the same in the 1980s with another final appearance in 1982, ironically also against Selangor. It was the same outcome with Selangor winning 1–0 after extra-time.[2]

When the semi-Professional League was introduced in 1989, Terengganu were in the second division based on their final position in the previous season.[3]

They recruited giant Dutch defender, Marlon Ricardo van der Sander and Singaporean duo, Ahmad Paijan and Norhalis Shafik to boost their squad and finished the season in a credible fourth place but ultimately failed to win promotion.[4]

In the 1990 season, they went all the way to emerge as the second division champion under the guidance of head coach, Abdullah Mohamed with German striker, Frank Pastor finding the back of the net on regular basis aided by midfield duo Martin Busse and Ahmad Paijan.[5] They lost only once in the league all season to finish three points clear of East Coast rival, Kelantan FA.[6]

In the 1992 season, Terengganu recorded their highest ever finish in the league when they finished as runner-up to Pahang FA. The Elephants broke The Turtles hearts again in the semi-finals of the Malaysia Cup competition after neither side scored in 180 minutes of play, the match went into sudden-death extra-time.[7]

For the next few seasons, Terengganu struggled and their lowest moment came in the 1997 season when they finished bottom of the table, resulting in them being in the second division when the Malaysian League changed into a two-tier competition again in 1998.[8]

In that season, with Abdul Rahman Ibrahim at the helm, Terengganu emerged as second division champion and went all the way to the final of the Malaysia Cup, the first one held at the newly opened Bukit Jalil National Stadium. Perak FA were the opponents and both teams entertained the 100,000 capacity crowd with exciting football. However both teams could not be separated after 120 minutes of play with the result stood at 1–1.[9] The lottery of the penalty shootout was used to determine the winner and in the end it was third time unlucky for Terengganu in a Malaysia Cup final, losing the shootouts 5–3.[10]

In 1999, Che Mat Jusoh, who was the Terengganu President at that time, was appointed to lead the team. He successfully guiding the team Terengganu champion in 2000 and 2011 season and runner-up in the 2004 season of the FA Cup. The team won first title in the Malaysia Cup in the 2001 season and runner-up in 2011 season. Terengganu won the Malaysia Charity Shield in the 2001 season. The team succeed to improve position in 2005/2006 Premier League season. The team ended in runner-up place during the season. In the 2010 season, Terengganu ended at third place in Malaysia Super League.

In the 2011 season, Terengganu had won Malaysia FA Cup, runner-up Malaysia Cup and Malaysia Super League by the guidance of Irfan Bakti.[11]

Terengganu won the title of Malaysia FA Cup for the second time. Therefore, they qualified to compete in 2012 AFC Cup. Nordin Alias became the hero for the team. He scored the winning goal in extra time.[12]

During the Malaysia Cup, Terengganu lost to Negeri Sembilan F.A. during the final match that was held at Shah Alam Stadium. In the quarter-final, Terengganu overcame their rival, Kelantan F.A.. In the semi-final, Selangor F.A. also become prey to The Turtles when beaten 2–0 at home by two goals by Abdul Manaf Mamat. While in the second leg, Terengganu won 2–1 (Agg Terengganu 4–1 Selangor).

In the final, Terengganu opened the scoring with Ashari Samsudin in the 59th minute. In the 81st minute, Negeri Sembilan equalised through S. Kunalan. But, Hairuddin Omar disappointed Terengganu with his bicycle kick in the 86th minute. Terengganu lost to Negeri Sembilan 1–2.

At the end of the season, the coach of Terengganu, Irfan Bakti announced that he will move to another team for the next season.[13]

At the end of the 2013 season, Che Mat Jusoh eventually withdrew from the presidency Terengganu after he failed to bring silverwares to the team as required by Terengganu fans.[14] As Datuk Wan Ahmad Nizam take over Terengganu in 2013, he want to change Terengganu in the upcoming seasons to be a title contender in Malaysian League.[15]

2020 pandemic period edit

In the 2020 season, Terengganu had performed well to finish third in the Malaysia Super League.

At least 30,000 people came to Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium to watch the first match of the league between Terengganu FC and Perak FA. However, Terengganu lost 1–3 in the match. Terengganu went on to win 4–3 against Kedah FA as the away team and draws 3–3 against Selangor FA.

However, the Malaysian Football League was then postponed for 159 days due to COVID-19.

Terengganu's first game after a long time Malaysian football is put to rest is against Petaling Jaya City FC in Petaling Jaya Stadium where Terengganu won 2–0 against The Phoenix.

Terengganu's 2–1 victory against Pahang FA which is the final match of the league confirms the club's final position in the league.

Terengganu went on to play Petaling Jaya City again in the 2020 Malaysia Cup and won 1–0 to advance to the quarter-finals to face Perak FA which is the same team who defeated Terengganu in the 2018 Malaysia Cup in the epic final match where Perak defeated Terengganu via penalty shootout after the match ended 3-3 after extra time. However, the competition was cancelled following the government's rejection of MFL's appeal due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Malaysia.

Return to AFC Cup edit

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Malaysia, the 2020 Malaysia FA Cup was cancelled and declared null and void by the Football Association of Malaysia which originally would see the champion gaining the slot for the 2021 AFC Cup group stage so it were determined only by the results of the 2020 Malaysia Super League in which Terengganu finished in the third place in the league that season. By finishing in the third place, Terengganu will automatically gain a slot in the 2021 AFC Cup which see them being placed in Group I with Visakha, Lalenok United and Geylang International but backed out from the tournament later on.

The Turtles returned to the 2023–24 AFC Cup group stage as 2022 Malaysia Super League runners-up being drawn in Group G with Bali United, Central Coast Mariners and Stallion Laguna. On 20 September 2023, Terengganu gained media attention for their famous 1–0 home win against Australian side, Central Coast Mariners.

Club licensing regulations edit

2018 season edit

2019 season edit

2020 season edit

  • Terengganu Football Club is now a professional football club managed by a corporate company. Ab Rasid Jusoh was appointed as the CEO meanwhile Mohd Sabri Abas was appointed as the COO of Terengganu Football Club Sdn.Bhd

Rivalries edit

Terengganu have a long-standing rivalry with Kelantan, the two east coast clubs involved in what is known as the East Coast Derby. The teams developed a regional rivalry in Malaysia's east coast starting in the mid 1980s. However, the only time the East Coast derby was ever contested with a title in stake was in the 2011 Malaysia FA Cup final which saw Terengganu winning the match 2-1, after extra time.

Stadium edit

 
Terengganu current home ground, Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium

Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium edit

Terengganu main home ground is currently the Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium. The stadium holds 50,000 seating capacity and is named after the reigning Terengganu Ruler, Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin. It is the biggest stadium in the East Coast region of Peninsular Malaysia and it was built to replace Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah Stadium as the state's main stadium. Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium was built when Terengganu was awarded the right to host the Sukma Games 2008 and was completed in April that year. Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin himself, who was then the 13th Yang Di-Pertuan Agong officiated the stadium on 10 May 2008.

Terengganu began using the stadium as their home venue in July 2008 with Melaka having the honour of being the first opponent of The Turtles for the match played on 15 July 2008.

First collapse of the roof edit

However, the roof structure of the stadium collapsed on 2 June 2009 forcing Terengganu to move back to the Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah Stadium, which at the time was in process of being torn down. The upper sections which expanded the original capacity of the stadium to 20,000 spectators had been taken down and the pitch was in a bad state due to the heavy vehicles being driven on it.

Due to the urgent state of affairs at that time, the stadium was quickly fixed and was restored to meet the minimum requirement of the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) and Terengganu were spared from playing the home matches somewhere else but with a reduced capacity of just 15,000.

Further upgrades were installed at the stadium in 2012 when Terengganu qualified for the 2012 AFC Cup tournament after winning the 2011 Malaysia FA Cup the previous season.

In May 2015, the Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium was given the green light by FAM to hold competitive matches again after their competition committee members were satisfied with the repairs and upgrades carried out at the stadium which Terengganu returned to the Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium but Terengganu II decided to stay at the Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah Stadium.

Crowd trouble edit

However, the first match played there after the re-opening ended with crowd trouble after Terengganu fans rioted after Terengganu were knocked out of the semi-finals of the 2015 Malaysia FA Cup by the LionsXII on Away goals rules due to their dissatisfaction with match officials decisions. Terengganu were fined by FAM and were ordered to play two matches without any spectators.

The original capacity of the stadium was 51,000 but due to safety reasons the upper tier of the main stand is closed thus reducing the capacity of the stadium to just 35,000 spectators at any one time.

Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah Stadium edit

Previously, Terengganu used the compact Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah Stadium as their home venue since the stadium was completed in the late 1960s and serves as the home ground of Terengganu II, a feeder team of Terengganu.

For the 2018 Malaysia Super League season, Terengganu will use the Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah Stadium as their home venue as the Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium is being renovated once again to improve the quality of the stadium's pitch.[16]

Ownership and finances edit

Sponsorship edit

Season

Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor (chest)
1990–1993 Puma Dunhill
EON Bank
1994-1995 Adidas
1996–1999 Line 7
2000–2004 Mizuno Telekom Malaysia
2005–2010 Pronic
2011 Specs
2012 Top-IT
2013 Desa Murni Batik
2014 Umbro
2015 Ladang Rakyat
2016 Kobert Terengganu Inc.
2017 Chicken Cottage
2018
2019 AL Sports Terengganu Inc.
2020 redONE
2021
2022–2023 Umbro Colever
2024-2025 ALX Hijraa Clinic

At the beginning of 2013, a local textile company called Desa Murni Batik agreed to sponsor Terengganu for a year worth RM400,000 and it was the biggest investment the company had ever made.

AL became the club's apparel sponsor from 2019 to 2021.

In 2022, Umbro Malaysia through Al Ikhsan once again agreed to be the official sponsor and supplier of Terengganu kits for the 2022 and 2023 seasons with a sponsorship value of RM1.8 million and this is the biggest value the brand has ever offered to a club in Malaysia at this time. The last time Umbro sponsored Terengganu was in the 2014 and 2015 seasons.

On 18 January 2022, TDC Holdings Sdn Bhd signed a two-year contract as the main sponsor for the 2022 and 2023 seasons and became the new platinum sponsor for Terengganu FC replacing Yakult Malaysia and RedOne. They agreed to give RM4 million in cash and RM500,000 in goods making a total of RM4.5 million for the two seasons.[17]

Players edit

First-team squad edit

As of 31 December 2023

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK   MAS Rahadiazli Rahalim U23
2 DF   MAS Arif Fadzilah Abu Bakar
4 DF   NED Matthew Steenvoorden
5 DF   MAS Shahrul Nizam Ros Hasni
6 DF   MAS Azam Azmi Murad (on loan from Johor Darul Ta'zim) U23
7 FW   CRO Ivan Mamut I
9 FW   NGA Ismahil Akinade I
10 MF   UZB Nurillo Tukhtasinov A
11 FW   MAS Safawi Rasid (on loan from Johor Darul Ta'zim)
13 MF   MAS Zuasyraf Zulkiefle
14 MF   MAS Akram Mahinan
16 MF   MAS Hakimi Abdullah
17 DF   MAS Syafiq Danial
18 MF   MAS Syaiful Haqim
19 MF   MAS Syafik Ismail U23
No. Pos. Nation Player
20 DF   MAS Hairiey Hakim Mamat
22 FW   MAS Nur Shakir Yacob
23 DF   MAS Aqil Irfanuddin Sabri
24 DF   MAS Safwan Mazlan U23
25 DF   MAS Alif Zakaria
26 DF   MAS Firdaus Rusdi
29 GK   MAS Syed Muhammad Nasrulhaq
32 MF   MAS Ubaidullah Shamsul U23
33 FW   MAS Akhyar Rashid (on loan from Johor Darul Ta'zim)
36 DF   MNE Argzim Redžović I
38 GK   MAS Suhaimi Husin
46 MF   MAS Syahmi Zamri
69 FW   MAS Nor Hakim Hassan
88 MF   MAS Sharif Haseefy Lazim
Remarks:

I These players are registered as International player.
A These players are registered as Asian player.
S These players are registered as ASEAN player.
U23 These players are registered as Under-23 player.

U19 These players are registered as Under-19 player.

Out on loan edit

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
15 MF   MAS Faiz Nasir (on loan at Negeri Sembilan)

Development squad edit

Terengganu F.C. III (U-21) edit

Terengganu F.C. III competes in Malaysia President Cup.

No. Name Nationality Position D.O.B
Goalkeepers
1 Muhammad Firdaus Azmi   GK 1999
28 Muhammad Shazwan Yusoff   GK 2000
Defenders
2 Wan Muhd Badrulmuhayat Wan Ismail   RB, RWB 2000
3 Muhamad Azam Mohd Razali   LB, LWB 1999
4 Ahmad Zafri Zakaria   CB 1999
5 Muhammad Amirul Zainudin   CB 2000
7 Faris Ikhmal Mamat   RB, RWB 2000
19 Muhammad Firdaus Rusdi   LB, LWB 12/12/99
21 Muhammad Syafiq Danial Mohd Romzi   CB 1999
23 Nik Muhd Adam Fitri Nik Soh   RB, RWB 1/2/99
24 Muhammad Azrul Jaffri   CB, RB 22/1/99
Midfielders
6 Muhd Nur Azfar Fikri Azhar   CM 5/2/00
8 Muhammad Syaiful Haqim Shahrul   CM 26/6/99
9 Nik Muhd Isham Mohd Illahi   RM, RW 2000
10 Muhd Syahmi Mohd Khazani   AM, CM 2000
14 Muhd Fahmi Numan Mohamad   AM, CM 2000
16 Wan Alif Aiman Rosmaidi   CM, DM 1999
17 Aqil Danish Azman   CM 2000
20 Muhammad Hisyam Ismail   RW, RM 2000
25 Ahmad Nur Rahman Abdul Rasid   LW, LM 2000
27 Azrul Irfan Mohd Ros   RW, RM 1999
30 Muhammad Anid Arami Ismail   AM, CM 2000
Forwards
11 Muhd Isa Raman   ST 2000
13 Mohd Yaumizzaman Kamarul Hatta   ST 1999
18 Ahmad Lukman Nul Hakim Zakaria   ST 1999
22 Wan Arif Hakimi Wan Ahmad   ST 2000

Source:[18]

Terengganu F.C. IV (U-19) edit

Terengganu F.C. IV competes in Malaysia Youth Cup.

No. Name Nationality Position D.O.B
Goalkeepers
1 Muhammad Faiz Hakimi Marzuki   GK 2001
18 Afham Aizat Zakaria   GK 2002
24 Ahmad Irfan Ibrahim   GK 2001
Defenders
2 Muhd Adib Qusyairie Salim   RB/RWB 2002
3 Nik Ikmal Nik Ahmad Affandi   LB/LWB 2001
4 Syakiman Aqashah Fadzal   CB 2001
6 Muhammad Safwan Mazlan   CB 2002
7 Muhammad Rizalmi Ikhwan Rozai   CB 2002
12 Ahmad Sufian Syamsul Rizal   LB/LWB 2001
14 Muhammad Faris Mazelih   CB 2002
16 Muhammad Haziq Yusoff   RB/RWB 2001
22 Ahmad Basharuddin Wahab   CB/RB/LB 2002
26 Nur Aimal Akif Azminoorkamal   LB/LWB 2002
Midfielders
5 Muhammad Shahrul Makasuf   CM/DM 2001
8 Muhammad Amar Syahmi Mohd Asbi   CM 2001
10 Muhammad Syahir Mohd Faudzi   AM/CM 2002
11 Ahmad Aqil Asyraf Awang   LM/LW 2002
19 Muhammad Syahir Aqil Mohd Zaidy   CM 2002
20 Muhammad Rizuan Muda   AM/CM 2001
21 Nur Muhammad Alamin Mohd Zahid   DM/CM 2002
23 Muhammad Aiman Hakimi Mah Husin   RW/RM 200`
25 Ikmal Zulhaika Mazlan   LW/LM 2002
28 Muhammad Zahin Raimi Zamani   DM/CM 2002
29 Muhammad Amir Ahza Azma   RM/RW 2002
Forwards
9 Mohd Khala'if Mohd Naskam   ST 2001
13 Khairul Hafizuddin Omar Baki   ST 2002
17 Nik Muhd Isah Mohd Ilahi   ST 2002
27 Muhammad Hazwan Khusyairie Hazrim   ST 2001

Source:[19]

Coaching staff edit

Position Name
Assistant Team Manager   Kamrol Isam Mohd
Technical Director   Vacant
Manager   Tomislav Steinbrückner
Assistant Manager   Badrul Afzan Razali
Fitness Coach   Hrvoje Bradasic
Assistant Fitness Coach   Mohamad Efindy Mohmad Salleh
Goalkeeping Coach   Damogoj Malovan
Physiotherapist   Zulkifli Mohd Zin
Team Doctor   Lee Leong Tiong
Masseur   Muhammad Lee Soong Keen
  Muhammad Faiz Manja
Team Analyst   Amirul Mustaqim
Kitman   Md Muzi Ismail
  Ahmad Fakhruddin Abdul Aziz
  Ramli Umat
U21 Manager   Mohd Rashidi Hamat
U21 Asst. Manager   Zulkiflee Nawi
U21 Head Coach Unknown
U21 Assistant Coach   Abdul Jalil Abdul Wahid
U21 Goalkeeping coach   Zubir Ibrahim
U21 Fitness coach   Mohd Noruddin Abdul Manaf
U21 Physio   Abdul Razak Mohd Noor
U21 Masseur   Mohd Solahuddin Bidin
U19 Manager   Yahaya Mohd Noor
U19 Asst. Manager   Ramlee Othman
U19 Head Coach   Wan Adremy Indera Wan Adnan
U19 Assistant Coach  
U19 Goalkeeping coach  Mohd Syamsuri Mustafa
U19 Fitness coach   Shahrulnizam Mohamad
U19 Physio   Tun Saiful Ridzuan Razali
Head of Academy   Mohd Noruddin Ab Manaf

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Head coach history edit

Dates Names Notes
Unknown   Abdullah Mohammad
Unknown   Tajuddin Nor
1983–1984   Abdul Rahman
1993   Marco Bilić
1998   Abdul Rahman
1998–2000   Yunus Alif
2001–2004 Unknown
2005–2008   Yunus Alif
2009   Mohammad Nik
  Ken Worden
2010–2011   Irfan Bakti
2012   Mat Zan Mat Aris
  Khalid Mohd Dahan Caretaker
  Peter Butler Suspended for 6 months by FAM
  E. Elavarasan
2013   E. Elavarasan
2014   Abdul Rahman
2015-2016   Ahmad Yusof
2016   Mike Mulvey
  Mustaffa Kamal Caretaker
  Che Ku Marzuki[20][21]
2017–2019   Irfan Bakti
2019–2022   Nafuzi Zain Caretaker until end of 2019
2022–   Tomislav Steinbrückner

Management team edit

Board of Terengganu edit

Position Staff
President Hishamuddin Abdul Karim
1st Deputy-president
2nd Deputy-president Marzuki Sulong
Vice-president Tuan Kechil Tuan Tengah
Secretary Tengku Farok Hussin bin Tengku Abdul Jalil

Terengganu Football Club edit

Office Name
Chief Executive Officer Mohd Sabbri Abas
Chief Operating Officer Mohd Syahrizan
Chief Technical Officer
Chief Marketing Officer Dzuli Kram Arpin
Club Secretary Mohd Syahrizan
Information Technology Manager Dzul Arman Shah
Business & Public Relations Manager Muhammad Syazwan Mohd Ghazali

Honours edit

Domestic competitions edit

League edit

Cups edit

Foreign competitions edit

AFC competitions edit

Preseason competitions edit

  • Terengganu Chief Minister's Cup[22]
    • Winners (1): 2018[23]

Club records edit

Updated on 18 December 2023.

Note:

  • Pld = Played, W = Won, D = Drawn, L = Lost, F = Goals for, A = Goals against, Pts= Points, Pos = Position

  1st or Champions   2nd or Runner-up   3rd place   Promotion   Relegation

Season League Cup Asia Top Goalscorer
Division Pld W D L F A Pts Pos Charity Malaysia FA Competition Result Player Goals
1952 Eastern Zone[24] 2 1 1 0 5 4 4 1st  — Semi-final  —  —  —
1953 League East Zone 1 0 0 1 2 5 0 3rd  — Not qualified  —  —  —
1954 League East Zone 2 1 0 1 6 4 2 1st  — Playoff SF  —  —  —
1955 League East Zone 2 1 0 1 5 4 2 2nd  — Not qualified  —  —  —
1956 League East Zone 2 0 0 2 2 6 0 3rd  — Not qualified  —  —  —
1957 League East Zone 2 1 0 1 4 7 2 2nd  — Not qualified  —  —  —
1958 League East Zone 2 0 0 2 1 8 0 3rd  — Not qualified  —  —  —
1959 League East Zone 4 0 0 4 1 25 0 3rd  — Not qualified  —  —  —
1960 League East Zone 4 0 0 4 2 16 0 3rd  — Not qualified  —  —  —
1961 League East Zone 4 0 1 3 5 18 1 3rd  — Not qualified  —  —  —
1962 League East Zone 4 1 0 3 5 8 2 2nd  — Not qualified  —  —  —
1963 League North Zone 12 2 1 9 11 57 5 6th  — Not qualified  —  —  —
1964  —  —  —  —
1965 League East Zone 4 2 0 2 11 16 4 2nd  — Not qualified  —  —  —
1966 League East Zone 4 3 1 0 10 6 7 1st  — Semi-final  —  —  —
1967 League East Zone 4 2 2 0 10 5 6 1st  — Semi-final  —  —  —
1968 League East Zone 4 2 1 1 10 9 5 2nd  — Not qualified  —  —  —
1969 League East Zone 4 3 0 1 14 5 6 2nd  — Semi-final  —  —  —
1970 League East Zone 6 2 3 1 15 9 7 2nd  — Not qualified  —  —  —
1971 League East Zone 6 1 1 4 8 12 3 3rd  — Not qualified  —  —  —
1972 League East Zone 4 2 1 1 11 4 5 1st  — Semi-final  —  —  —
1973 League South Zone 2nd  — Runner-up  —  —  —
1974 League South Zone 10 4 3 3 15 11 11 4th  — Not qualified  —  —  —
1975 League South Zone 10 2 4 4 9 18 8 5th  — Not qualified  —  —  —
1976 League South Zone  — Not qualified  —  —  —
1977 League South Zone 10 5 2 3 21 11 12 2nd  — Semi-final  —  —  —
1978 League South Zone 10 4 4 2 18 9 12 3rd  — Not qualified  —  —  —
1979 League 15 7 3 5 28 20 17 7th  — Not qualified  —  —  —
1980 League 15 5 5 5 20 19 15 9th  — Not qualified  —  —  —
1981 League 16 6 5 5 15 22 17 9th  — Not qualified  —  —  —
1982 Malaysian League  — Runner-up  —  —  —
1983 Malaysian League 15 24 27 10 14th  — Not qualified  —  —  —
1984 Malaysian League 15 4 5 6 20 21 17 11th  — Not qualified  —  —  —
1985 Malaysian League 15 9 2 4 29 17 29 4th  — Semi-final  —  —  —
1986 Malaysian League 15 7 4 4 17 12 25 6th  — Quarter-final  —  —  —
1987 Malaysian League 16 9 4 3 27 13 31 5th  — Quarter-final  —  —  —
1988 Malaysian League 16 6 5 5 18 21 23 10th  — Not qualified  —  —  —
1989 Semi-Pro League 2 14 5 7 2 26 14 22 4th  — Not qualified  —  —  —
1990 Semi-Pro League 2 14 10 3 1 16 16 23 1st  — Group stage 1st round  —  —
1991 Semi-Pro League 1 18 8 2 8 17 20 18 6th  — Group stage 1st round  —  —
1992 Semi-Pro League 1 18 8 5 5 24 23 21 2nd  — Semi-final Semi-final  —  —   Marian Valach 8
1993 Semi-Pro League 1 18 3 5 10 19 36 14 8th  — Not qualified 1st round  —  —
1994 Premier League 28 12 7 9 46 42 43 7th  — Group stage  —  —   Ariffin Osman 18
1995 Premier League 28 12 3 13 43 53 39 8th  — Group stage  —  —   Edward Dipreye 12
1996 Premier League 28 4 8 16 16 55 20 13th  — Not qualified  —  —
1997 Premier League 28 6 4 18 26 55 22 15th  — Not qualified Semi-final  —  —
1998 Premier 2 14 9 3 2 32 12 30 1st  — Runner-up 1st round  —  —
1999 Premier 1 18 4 7 7 15 19 23 8th  — Semi-final Runner-up  —  —
2000 Premier 1 22 8 10 4 36 22 34 4th  — Group stage Champions  —  —
2001 Premier 1 22 12 5 5 37 20 41 2nd Champions Champions 2nd round  —  —
2002 Premier 1 26 12 5 9 36 24 41 5th Runner-up Group stage Quarter-final  —  —   Sapian Wahid 13
2003 Premier 1 24 4 3 17 24 52 15 13th  — Not qualified 2nd round  —  —   Tengku Adam Rosli 8
2004 Premier League 24 8 11 5 33 27 35 5th  — Not qualified Runner-up  —  —   Alfa Fotowabawi
  Jurandir Dos Santos
13
2005 Premier League 21 13 4 4 34 18 43 2nd  — Semi-final Quarter-final  —  —   Jurandir Dos Santos 10
2005/06 Premier League 21 12 5 4 47 21 41 2nd  — Quarter-final Quarter-final  —  —
2006/07 Super League 24 13 5 6 41 29 44 4th  — Semi-final Round of 32  —  —
2007/08 Super League 24 10 7 7 41 31 37 6th  — Semi-final Semi-final  —  —   Gleisson Freire 11
2009 Super League 26 15 2 9 46 29 47 5th  — Semi-final Round of 16  —  —   Ashari Samsudin 22
2010 Super League 26 16 5 5 54 24 53 3rd  — Semi-final Quarter-final  —  —
2011 Super League 26 16 5 5 54 26 53 2nd  — Runner-up Champions  —  —   Abdul Hadi Yahya 24
2012 Super League 26 11 8 7 41 33 41 5th  — Group stage Semi-final AFC Cup Round of 16   Francis Forkey Doe 21
2013 Super League 22 7 6 9 25 31 27 9th  — Group stage Semi-final  —  —   Effa Owona 14
2014 Super League 22 10 6 6 38 28 36 4th  — Quarter-final Round of 32  —  —   Nor Farhan 8
2015 Super League 22 12 2 8 40 33 38 4th  — Group stage Semi-final  —  —   Paulo Rangel 16
2016 Super League 22 5 4 13 21 44 19 12th  — Group stage 2nd round  —  —   Issey Nakajima 7
2017 Premier League 22 15 2 5 42 27 47 2nd  — Group stage Semi-final  —  —   Kipré Tchétché 12
2018 Super League 22 10 4 8 32 31 34 5th  — Runner-up 3rd round  —  —   Kipré Tchétché 24
2019 Super League 22 7 9 6 35 37 30 7th  — Quarter-final Quarter-final  —  —   Kipré Tchétché 14
2020 Super League 11 6 1 4 24 14 18 3rd  — Cancelled Cancelled  —  —   Dominique Da Sylva 9
2021 Super League 22 10 6 6 33 20 38 4th  — Semi-final Cancelled AFC Cup ASEAN Zone Cancelled   David da Silva 7
2022 Super League 22 14 2 6 39 20 44 2nd  — Semi-final Runner-up  —  —   Kipré Tchétché 13
2023 Super

League

26 11 7 8 45 34 40 6th Runner-up Runner-up Semi-final AFC Cup Group

Stage

  Ivan Mamut 11

Source:[25][26]

Continental record edit

Season Competition Round Opponent Home Away Aggregate
2012 AFC Cup Group F   Song Lam Nghe An
6–2
1–0
2nd out of 4
  Kitchee
0–2
2–2
  Tampines Rovers
0–2
1–0
Round of 16   Kelantan
2–3
2021 AFC Cup Group I Cancelled
2023–24 AFC Cup Group G   Central Coast Mariners
1–0
1–1
2nd out of 4
  Bali United
2–0
1–1
  Stallion Laguna
2–2
3–2

Individual player awards edit

Malaysia Super League Golden Boots – Top Goalscorer Overall

Year Player Total Goals
2010   Ashari Samsudin[27] 18
2011   Abdul Hadi Yahya[28] 20
2012   Francis Doe[29] 15

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