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FIFA has fined Indonesian Soccer Association (PSSI) an amount of Rp643 million over violence act from supporters during 2022 World Cup's qualifier.
violence during the 2022 World Cup's qualifier between Indonesia and Malaysia at Bung Karno Sports Stadium (GBK) violence during the 2022 World Cup.
PSSI will accept any form of sanction from FIFA following the chaotic end to the Malaysia-Indonesia match for the 2020 World Cup Qualifiers.
Youth and Sports Minister Imam Nahrawi has met his Malaysian counterpart Syed Saddiq to issue his apology for the match incident last Thursday.
Jakarta Police will dispatch 11,000 personnel to GBK stadium to secure the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers match between Indonesia and Malaysia today.
The 2018-2019 Indonesia Cup (Piala Indonesia) finals is said to be determined today in a PSSI disciplinary committee meeting today.
Indonesia beats Vietnam 2-0 in the first leg of Group A of the 2019 ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Under-15 national Championship
Joko Driyono, the former acting chairman of the Indonesian Football Association (PSSI), is threatened with a seven-year prison sentence
Indonesia, along with Cambodia, Myanmar and Vietnam will host the U-19 Asian Cup 2020 qualification for the east zone.
The world football association FIFA held a meeting with the Indonesian Football Association (PSSI) in Jakarta.
The police's Anti Football Mafia Task Force has handed over the files on six suspects of match-fixing to the Prosecutors Office of Banjarnegara.
FIFA reportedly is headed to Jakarta in an attempt to help solve numerous problems currently facing PSSI following a request by the government.
The coach of the national under-23 football team or Timnas U-23, Indra Sjafri, recalled his experience of being approached by soccer mafia.
The match-fixing scandal incriminated several people from the PSSI and named 16 people as suspects to date.
The Indonesian Football Association (PSSI) has selected 25 referees, 25 assistant referees, and 10 referee assessors for 2019 President Cup on March 2.
The police's anti-soccer mafia task force named a former PSSI official, Hidayat, as a suspect for alleged match-fixing.
Joko Driyono, the acting chief of the Indonesian Soccer Association (PSSI), has undergone two police examinations as a suspect.
President Joko Widodo or Jokowi demanded the National Police complete the investigation into the soccer mafia case involving PSSI officials.
PSSI acting head Joko Driyono completed a string of police questioning that lasted nearly 43 hours for tampering police evidence.
Anti-soccer mafia police task force recently named PSSI Chairman Joko Driyono as a suspect of alleged evidence tampering.