Indonesia National Football Team ( Indonesia. Tim nasional sepak bola Indonesia ) represents Indonesia in international football matches. Managed by the Indonesia Football Association (PSSI). Despite the fact that the country is one of the largest in the world in terms of territory and population, the team is not one of the leading AFC teams. In Southeast Asia, the national team is ranked high, along with the national teams of Thailand , Vietnam and Singapore . The home team plays at the Bung Carno Stadium , located in Jakarta .
|Nickname||Red and white|
|Federation||Indonesia Football Association|
|Main coach||Simon McMenemy|
number of games
|Bambang Pamungkas (85)|
|Top scorer||Bambang Pamungkas (37)|
|House. stadium||Gelora Bung Carnot|
|FIFA Rating||160 ▬ (July 25, 2019) |
|Highest||76 (September 1998)|
|Lower||191 (July-August 2016)|
|The first game|
Republic of China 2: 0 Dutch East Indies
( New Delhi , India ; March 4 , 1951 )
| Indonesia 13: 1 Philippines |
( Jakarta , Indonesia ; December 23 , 2002 )
| Bahrain 10: 0 Indonesia |
( Manama , Bahrain ; February 29 , 2012 )
|Participation||1 ( first in 1938 )|
|Progress||1/8 finals ( 1938 , as the Dutch East Indies)|
|Participation||4 ( first time in 1996 )|
|Progress||1 round ( 1996 , 2000 , 2004 , 2007 )|
Indonesia (under the name " Dutch East Indies ") became the first Asian team to take part in the World Cup in 1938 . In the 1/8 finals, Indonesia lost 0: 6 to the future finalists - Hungary . This game remains the only one for Indonesia in the final stage of the World Cup.
In 1957, the team already under the modern name took part in the first qualifying tournament in the Asian zone. In the first round, the Chinese team was beaten, but Indonesia, for political reasons, refused subsequent games with Israel . Then, due to political instability in the country, the national team did not take part in the qualifying matches of the world championship for a long period. The next World Cup in which they took part was the 1974 World Cup qualifier .
The first Asian Cup in which Indonesia took part was the 1996 draw in the UAE . In the first round, one point was scored (draw with Kuwait ). For the second time in the 2000 Asian Cup held in Lebanon , one point was also scored in three games. In the next draw in 2004 , the first victory was won - 2: 1 over Qatar - but this was not enough to leave the group. In the 2007 Asian Cup, Indonesia was one of the four host countries. In the first match, Bahrain was beaten with a score of 2: 1, but in the remaining two matches the team suffered a defeat and did not qualify for the quarter finals, finishing third in the group. This result is currently considered the best performance in the Asian Cups .
On May 30, 2015, the FIFA Executive Committee suspended the membership of the Indonesia Football Federation, and the team was suspended from the qualifying tournaments of the 2018 World Cup and Asian Cup 2019 . Federation membership was reinstated on May 13, 2016. 
Performances in international tournaments
- 1930 - 1934 - did not participate
- 1938 - 1/8 finals (under the name " Dutch East Indies ")
- 1950 - withdrawn the application
- 1954 - did not participate
- 1958 - disqualified from qualifier
- 1962 - disqualified
- 1966 - did not participate
- 1970 - did not participate
- 1974 - 2014 - did not qualify
- 2018 - disqualified from qualifier due to government interference in football
- Melbourne 1956 - quarter finals
- Indonesia - USSR 0: 0
- Indonesia - USSR (replay) 0: 4
- Indonesia - USSR 0: 0
- 1956 - did not participate
- 1960 - did not participate
- 1964 - did not participate
- 1968 - 1992 - did not qualify
- 1996 - group stage
- 2000 - group stage
- 2004 - group stage
- 2007 - group stage
- 2011 - did not qualify
- 2015 - did not qualify
- 2019 - Disqualified from qualifier
Southeast Asian Games
- 1977 - 3rd place
- 1979 - 2nd place
- 1981 - 3rd place
- 1987 - 1st place
- 1989 - 3rd place
- 1991 - 1st place
- 1997 - 2 place
- 1999 - 3rd place
ASEAN Championship (Tiger Cup)
- 1996 - Semifinal
- 1998 - 3rd place
- 2000 - 2nd place
- 2002 - 2nd place
- 2004 - 2nd place
- 2007 - The first round
- 2008 - Semifinal
- 1971 - did not participate
- 1973 - did not participate
- 1975 - refused to participate
- 1977 - did not participate
- 1979 - did not participate
- 1981 - disqualified
- Johannes Christoffel van Mastenbrook: 1938
- Chu Sen Quue: 1951-1953
- Tony Pogachnik: 1954-1964
- E. A. Magnyndan: 1966-1970
- Endan Witars: 1970
- Yusuf Balyk: 1971-1972
- Suvardi Arland: 1972-1974
- Aan Vitarsa: 1974-1978
- Will Curver: 1975-1976
- Suvardi Arland: 1976-1978
- Frans Van Balkom: 1978-1979
- Marek Janota: 1979-1980
- Bernd Fisher: 1980-1981
- Harry Chon: 1981-1982
- Signo Allandoe: 1982-1983
- M. Basri - Isvadi Idris - Abdul Qadir: 1983-1984
- Berche Matulapelva: 1985-1987
- Signo Allandoe: 1985
- Anatoly Polosin : 1987-1991
- Ivan Toplak : 1991-1993
- Romano Matte : 1993-1995
- Danurvindo: 1995-1996
- Henk Wullems: 1996-1997
- Ruddy Bahalwan: 1998
- Bernard Schumm: 1999
- Nandar Iskandar: 1999-2000
- Benny Dollo : 2000-2001
- Ivan Venkov Kolev : 2002-2004
- Peter Wit : 2004-2007
- Ivan Venkov Kolev : 2007
- Benny Dollo : 2008—2010
- Alfred Riedl 2010—2011
- Wim Reisbergen 2011-2012
- Aji Santoso 2012 (acting)
- Neil Maisar 2012—2013
- Rahmad Darmavan 2013 ( Acting )
- Jackson F. Thiago 2013
- Alfred Riedl 2013—2014
- Benny Dollo 2015 ( Acting )
- Peter Heustra 2015 ( Acting )
- Alfred Riedl 2016
- Luis Milla 2017—2018
- Bima Sakti 2018
- Simon McMenemy (2019 - n.a.)
- Ahmad Navir - captain of the Dutch East Indies at the 1938 World Cup .
- Aliceos Beb Buckhuis is a player in the Netherlands in the 1930s.
- Raman, Maulvi Saelan, Tan Lion Hove, Thio Him Chan - players of the 1956 Olympic team.
- Rohi Putiray is an eccentric striker of the 1990s who spent most of his career in Hong Kong .
- Ronnie Pattinasarini is the captain of the 1970s team.
- Isvadi Idris, Abdul Kadir, Anyas Asmara, Ronnie Paslach, Rudi Kelties, Yudo Hadianto - the legends of Indonesian football of the 1970s.
- Herris Kisvanto - libero of the 1970s and 1980s, captain of the national team, just one warning for a career.
- Ricky Jacobi is a striker in the mid-1980s and early 1990s.
- Kurniavan Dvi Julianto - striker of the 1990s, playing for a short time in Sampdoria (youth team) and Lucerne .
- Hendro Kartiko - ex-best goalkeeper in Asia; has the nickname "Asian Fabien Barthez."
- Vidodo Cahiono Putro - winner of the prize for the best goal in the Asian Cup 1996 .
- Wendry Mofu is the midfielder of the 2010 Indonesia national team.
- Diego Muhammad is the midfielder of the Indonesian national team of the 2010s.
- Erol Iba is the defender and midfielder of the Indonesian national team in the late 2010s.
- Marcus Haris Maulana - goalkeeper of the national team in 2007-2012.
- The FIFA / Coca-Cola World Ranking . FIFA (July 25, 2019). Date of treatment July 25, 2019.
- FIFA Council returned Indonesia Football Federation full membership in the organization (Russian) , TASS . Date of treatment November 12, 2017.