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Indonesian Premier Division

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Indonesian Premier Division

Indonesian Premier Division
Country Indonesia
Confederation AFC
Founded 2011
Folded 2013
Number of teams 22 (2013)
28 (2011-12)
Level on pyramid 2
Promotion to Indonesian Premier League
Relegation to First Division
Domestic cup(s) Piala Indonesia
Last champions PSS Sleman
Most championships Persepar Palangkaraya
PSS Sleman

Liga Indonesia Premier Division (PT Liga Prima Indonesia Sportindo and Football Association of Indonesia (PSSI). The competition is usually divided geographically into two or three groups.

Prior to the formation of Indonesia Super League in 2008, the Premier Division was the Indonesian top-flight football league. Along with Premier League/Super League, Premier Division was a competition for professional (semi professional) football clubs.

Championship history

Season League name Champion Score Runner-up
2011-12 Divisi Utama Persepar
roundrobin Pro Duta
2013 Divisi Utama PSS
Lampung FC


Season Nationwide West Central East Total
2011-12 9 10 9 28
2013 11 11 22


Competition Sponsor

Liga Indonesia has been sponsored since its inception in 1994. In many cases, the main sponsor determines the competition's name.

Season Sponsor
2011/12 No sponsor (Divisi Utama Liga Indonesia)

Broadcasting Partner

  1. No Broadcasting

Best players

Season Player Club
2011-12 George Oyebode Oyedepo Persepar Palangkaraya

Top goalscorers

Season Top scorer Club Goals
2011–12 Abel Cielo Quioh Perseman Manokwari 11

External links

  • (Indonesian) Official website of Liga Divisi Utama Indonesia (LPIS)
  • (Indonesian) Official website of PSSI


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