KLFA | Persatuan Bolasepak Kuala Lumpur FA - 1 Best Football
Get Information for Persatuan Bolasepak Kuala Lumpur FA - Get info about the history of KLFA, achievement, merchandised, stadium, player, coaches, new season here. from various resources
KLFA | Kuala Lumpur FA and Stadium Bolasepak Kuala Lumpur Cheras from Official
Kuala Lumpur Football Association may be the youngest state association having been formed in 1975, but their achievements during the short period makes them veterans in the game. Formed as Federal Territory Football Association (FTFA), the association was actually a breakaway group from the FA Selangor. Led by former FA of Selangor secretary K. Rasalingam together with other members Goh Ah Chai, Hamzah Muhammad, M.J. Vincent, Shariff Mustafa, Jeswant Singh and Manickarajah, they saw the need for another association in the Klang Valley due to the growing numbers of clubs.
FTFA was officially formed in 1975 with Hamzah Abu Samah elected as their first president. Hamzah went on to become the F.A. of Malaysia president in 1977 and FTFA deputy president Tengku Ahmad Rithauddeen took over at the helm. It was that year too that FTFA organised their first league with 30 clubs. Then it was just one division with the clubs being divided into the Dunhill League, Bandaraya (City) League, First Division, Second Division, Third Division, Reserve League and Government Departments and Business House League.
The following year FTFA was first represented at the national level when they competed in the Razak Cup (Under-18). It was in 1979, that the Federal Territory made their debut in the Malaysia Cup. They then started off as whipping boys but by 1982 were already making waves to be among the top teams in the league although they failed to win any titles. In 1984, Tengku Ahmad Rithauddeen stepped down as president and the Lord Mayor, Elyas Omar was elected the third president of the association.
The election of Elyas was about the best thing that happened to FTFA due to his dedication to the association. Elyas played a major role in raising the standard of football in Kuala Lumpur by introducing professionalism when he recruited players from other states and Singapore. He made available better training and playing facilities. In 1985, Federal Territory reached their first Malaysia Cup final after only competing in the tournament for seven seasons while other states, who have been in the competition since it was inaugurated in 1921, are still trying to reach the final.
FTFA officially changed its name to Kuala Lumpur Football Association (KLFA) in 1987 to better identify itself with the city. Kuala Lumpur joined the ranks of the heavyweights in the Malaysian soccer competition which saw them win the Charity Shield once (1987) in the four appearances, the League twice and the Malaysia Cup three years in a row (1987–1989). Kuala Lumpur also supplied a good number of players for the national team over the years.
Leadership in the KLFA kept changing hands after Elyas bin Omar stepped down with Megat Junid Megat Ayub taking over. In the 2014 Congress, Astaman Abdul Aziz stepped down and Federal Territories Ministry secretary general Adnan Md Ikhsan was elected the president while Astaman and Izudin Ishak are the deputy presidents.
Kuala Lumpur are also known internationally having hosted the Inter-City Tournament for several years. Among the participating countries were Czechoslovakia, England, Austria, Australia, Germany, Turkey and Indonesia. To improve football quality, exposure programmes to countries like Czechoslovakia were often organised.
The post-Elyas years saw lean pickings for Kuala Lumpur although they did win the Malaysia FA Cup three times in 1993, 1994 and 1999, which remains Kuala Lumpur’s last major trophy. Relegation from the then-Perdana 1 followed in 2002 and it took seven years before KL returned to the top-flight, finishing fourth in the Malaysia Premier League in 2009.
At present about 70 clubs are affiliated members of KLFA and are currently competing in the KL League and FA Cup (knock out). These clubs are divided into three divisions namely the Premier, Division 1, and Division 2.
Stadium Bolasepak Kuala Lumpur / Stadium Kuala Lumpur
Lihatlah keindahan Stadium Bolasepak Kuala Lumpur seperti video drone oleh AndyPenders seperti di atas. Kepada penyokong Bolasepak Kuala Lumpur, ini adalah stadium keramat Kuala Lumpur.
Stadium bolasepak Kuala Lumpur terletak di Cheras berdekatan dengan Hospital UKM (HUKM) di Bandar Sri Permaisuri.
Ini adalah sedikit gambar yang dapat diambil berkenaan dengan keadaan di Stadium Bolasepak Kuala Lumpur.
Peminat boleh datang ke stadium bolasepak kuala lumpur melalui beberapa jalan utama seperti melalui Jalan Loke Yew dan terus masuk ke Jalan Yaakob Latiff, ataupun menggunakan Jalan Salak Selatan.
Anda akan melalui Balai Polis Salak Selatan dan selepas itu akan melalui pekan Bandar Sri Permaisuri seperti adanya cawangan Maybank Bandar Sri Permaisuri Cheras, Pasaraya Hero dan JPJ Permaisuri.
KLFA | Kuala Lumpur FA | Persatuan Bolasepak Kuala Lumpur From Facebook
Kuala Lumpur FA : Kuala Lumpur akan menyambung kempen liga pada 26 Ogos apabila bertemu dengan Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.
Hanya tinggal 7 perlawanan sahaja sebelum kempen Liga Perdana 2020 berakhir selepas satu pusingan, merangkumi 11 perlawanan.
KL kini berada di tangga ke-4 selepas empat perlawanan dengan 8 mata setelah mencatat dua kemenangan dan dua seri.
26 Ogos – KL v UKM @ Cheras
1 Sept – Kelantan United v KL @ Kota Baru
6 Sept – KL v Terengganu II @ Cheras
9 Sept – Pulau Pinang v KL @ Georgetown
13 Sept – KL v Selangor II @ Cheras
18 Sept – Perak II v KL @ Manjung
23 Sept – KL v Kuching @ Cheras
Semua perlawanan pukul 9 malam dan berlangsung tanpa penonton
Lima pasukan teratas Liga Perdana (kecuali pasukan simpanan) layak ke Piala Malaysia yang akan berlangsung secara kalah-mati.
Piala FA telah pun dibatalkan.
Penjaring KL setakat ini:
3 – Francis Kone
2 – Azim Rahim
1 – Fakrul Aiman Sidid, Indra Putra Mahayuddin
Kuala Lumpur menjuarai Piala Presiden (Bawah-21) untuk kali kedua pada 1992 dengan mengalahkan Johor 1-0 dalam perlawanan akhir di Stadium Bolasepak KL, Cheras.
Barisan pemain KL dalam perlawanan akhir
Effendi Kamsah; Ahmad Sabri Wahab, Ungku Sulaiman Ungku Ibrahim, Zefus Othman, Ahmad Fairuz Yunus (kapten), K. Ramachandran, P. Loarance David, Azrul Amri Burhan, Roslan Kamaruddin, Fadli Badri (Saiful Bahri Karim), Lee Ban Tat
Gol: Zefus Othman 68′
Jurulatih: Yunus Tasman
Turut diturunkan oleh Johor ialah Liew Kim Tu, yang kemudiannya membuat 119 penampilan untuk KL pada 1995, 1997-98 dan 2000-01 dan menjaringkan 38 gol.
What people say?
sy ada kt stadium tgk final ni... yg ingat n kelakar bila speaker announce list player... dia sebut LEE BAN TAT je 1 stadium gelakk... hahaha... sian dia. 😅😂 ape pon team kita tetap hebat! suatu masa dulu...
Class of a team. Credit too to our late Tan Sri Elias Omar.
Contact KLFA | Persatuan Bolasepak Kuala Lumpur | KL City | KL United
Jalan Tenteram, Bandar Tun Razak, 56000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Personal Loan bank and cooperative
Apply latest promotion for personal loan. Financing with local banks and cooperatives with competitive rates. Act now and we will keep in touch with you as soon as possible. Moratorium loan during Covid-19 Pandemic Outbreak. I-Lestari and Bantuan Prihatin Malaysia.