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Negri Sembilan FA

Negeri Sembilan FA
Negeri Sembilan FA crest
Full name Persatuan Bola Sepak Negeri Sembilan
Nickname(s) The Deer, The Jangs
Founded 1923
Ground Tuanku Abdul Rahman Stadium
Ground Capacity 45,000[1]
Chairman Mohammad Hassan
Coach V. Sundramoorthy
League Malaysia Super League
2013 12th (Relegated)
Home colours
Away colours
Current season

The Negeri Sembilan FA enters a team in Malaysian football competitions to represent the state of Negeri Sembilan and under the supervision of Negeri Sembilan Football Association. The team is based in Seremban. They play in the second-tier football league in Malaysia, Malaysia Premier League.

Their home stadium is Tuanku Abdul Rahman Stadium in Paroi, Seremban, Negeri Sembilan.


Negeri Sembilan FA was established in 1923 according to a passage in the football history books of Malaysia through an interview with Austin Senevirathe, 93 years old when interviewed. He stated about a match that happened between Negeri Sembilan and Singapore for Malaya Cup (Malaysia Cup) in that particular year.

Negeri Sembilan FA is considered as one of the top competing team in the history of football since its establishment. They have won many top competitions in Malaysia starting from the early '40s.

In the early season of 2011, one of the team's all-time best coach, Wan Jamak Wan Hassan resigned from Negeri Sembilan. He sees no excuses for the team’s disappointing run in the Malaysia Super League and Malaysia FA Cup competition for that season.[2]

Malaysia Cup

On 7 November 2009, Negeri Sembilan FA ended their 61-year drought in the Malaysia Cup after posting a convincing 3-1 victory over Kelantan FA in the final at the National Stadium, Bukit Jalil.

The repeat Final 2009 between the team and Kelantan happened again on October 30, 2010. However this time, Negeri lost 1-2 to Kelantan although having an early lead through penalty by Shahurain Abu Samah.[3]

In 2011, Negeri Sembilan again qualified to Malaysia Cup Final for the third time in a row this time with their new coach Mohd Azraai Khor Abdullah. They won the trophy after defeating Terengganu FA with an epic comeback. The first goal was scored by Mohd Ashaari Shamsuddin for Terengganu in the 59th minutes . Negeri used the last 10 minutes of the game to make a comeback. S. Kunanlan equalised the score in the 81st minute before Hairuddin Omar, the veteran striker hit the winning goal for Negeri with a beautiful volley in the 85th minutes.[4]



Winners (3): 1948, 2009, 2011
Runners-up (3): 2000, 2006, 2010
Winners (2): 2003, 2010
Runners-up (1): 1995
Winners (1): 2012
Runners-up (2): 2004, 2010
  • Division 1, Premier 1 and Super League
Winners (1): 2006
Runners-up (1): 2008
  • Division 2, Premier 2 and Premier League
Winners (1): 1991
Runners-up (1): 2005


Group Stage: 2004, 2007
Withdrew: 2010


Results of league and cup competitions by season
Season Division P W D L F A Pts Pos FA Cup Malaysia
Competition Result Name Goals
League Asian Top goalscorer
2013 MSL 22 1 7 14 11 28 10 12 QF GS - - - Fábio Leandro Barbosa 6
2012 MSL 26 10 7 9 41 38 38 6 R1 QF W - - Effa Owona 23
2011 MSL 26 8 8 10 29 32 32 8 R2 W - - - Mohd Firdaus Azizul 7
2010 MSL 26 11 5 10 40 31 38 6 W RU - - - - -
2009 MSL 26 11 5 10 44 35 38 7 SF W - - - - -
2008 MSL 24 14 6 4 48 30 48 RU R1 - - - - Mohd Zaquan Adha Abdul Radzak 11


1st or W Winners
2nd or RU Runners-up
Top scorer in division

Kit manufacturers and financial sponsor

Nation Corporation
Material manufacturers
 Italy Lotto
Financial sponsorers
 Malaysia Matrix Concept Group


Current squad

No. Name Nationality Position
1 Kaharuddin Abdul Rahman Malaysia GK
22 Badrulzaman Abdul Halim Malaysia GK
21 Mohd Hamsani Ahmad Malaysia GK
2 Mohd Fauzi Nan (captain) Malaysia RB,CB
3 Qayyum Ubaidillah Ahmad Malaysia LB
5 Mohd Norhafiz Zamani Misbah Malaysia CB,DM,CM
6 William Modibo Cameroon CB
12 Mohd Radzuan Abdullah Malaysia CB
13 Abdul Ghani Rahman Malaysia RB,LB
17 Mohd Alif Shamsudin Malaysia RB,DM
15 Rashid Mamud Malaysia CB,DM,CM
18 Mohd Fadhil Mohd Hashim Malaysia LB,CB
24 Mohd Zulfaizham Kamis Malaysia LB
31 Ahmad Hazeri Hamid Malaysia RB
30 Annas Rahmat Malaysia CB
14 Mohd Alafi Mahmud Malaysia LM,LW
11 Eddy Helmi Abdul Manan Malaysia RM,RW
26 Idris Abdul Karim Malaysia CM
10 Abdul Halim Zainal Malaysia CM
8 Norismaidham Ismail Malaysia CM
9 Shahurain Abu Samah Malaysia RM,RW,AM,ST
4 Mohd Amirul Omar Malaysia CM
23 Mohd Nazrin Mohd Nawi Malaysia LM,LW
16 S. Sivanesan Malaysia AM,CM
27 Mohd Rafizi Hamdan Malaysia RM,RW
28 N. Thanabalan Malaysia LM,LW
29 Mohd Nizam Ruslan Malaysia LM,RM,LW,RW
20 Fabio Leandro Barbosa Brazil ST
25 Ahmad Shakir Mohd Ali Malaysia ST
19 Mohd Firdaus Azizul Malaysia ST

U20 team

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

No. Position Player
Malaysia GK Mohd Azwan Alimi
Malaysia GK Mohd Yatim Abdullah
Malaysia GK Azwan Azrul Anuar
Malaysia DF Fiqri Azwan Ghazali
Malaysia DF Ahmad Hazeri Hamid
Malaysia DF Mohd Afiq Ismail
Malaysia DF Jayaseelan a/l Arasu
Malaysia DF Sathish a/l Murugiah
Malaysia DF Muhammad Nazrullah Ibrahim
Malaysia DF Mohd Nazri Yahya
Malaysia DF Annas Rahmat
Malaysia DF Muhd Noriswan Ishak
Malaysia MF Adrian a/l Davadass
Malaysia DF Muhd Iqbal Naim Tony Rosdin
Malaysia MF Thanabalan a/l Nadarajah
Malaysia MF Izzudin Zainudin
No. Position Player
Malaysia MF Shahrul Igwan Samsudin
Malaysia MF Mohd Rafizi Hamdan
Malaysia MF Abdul Rahman Abdul Ghani
Malaysia MF Muhd Faqrul Najmi Fadil
Malaysia MF R. Mathivaanan
Malaysia MF Mohd Naufal Naim Tony Rasdin
Malaysia MF Mohd Nizam Ruslan
Malaysia MF Muhamad Bukhairi Idris
Malaysia MF Ahmad Faez Ahmad Hilmi
Malaysia FW Amirul Hakeem Abdul Rahman
Malaysia FW Muhamad Nur Rahim Mahat
Malaysia FW Ahmad Badri Mohamad
Malaysia GK Muhd Hafizan Ramlan
Malaysia FW Muhammad Afif Mahpoz
Malaysia FW Aiman Hisham Abu Bakar

Source:[5] Source:[6]

U19 team

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

No. Position Player
Malaysia GK Mohd Zulkarnain bin Hamzah
Malaysia GK Mohd Izzat Taha Karim
Malaysia DF Abdul Rashid Azhar
Malaysia DF Muhd Zufril Hairy Mazlan
Malaysia DF Segar a/l Arumugam
Malaysia DF Muhd Arif Zikri Zulfikar Rajamohan
Malaysia DF Azrizan a/l Dermaraju
Malaysia DF Amirul Asyraf Jamaludin
Malaysia DF Mohd Ridzuan Mohd Latif
Malaysia DF Muhammad Izzuan Ikhmal
Malaysia MF Amitaraj a/l Krishnan
Malaysia MF Muhammad Fakrul Salehudin
No. Position Player
Malaysia MF Aiman Izzudin Abu Zarin
Malaysia MF Al-Amin Adimel
Malaysia MF Ahmad Nazri Nor Azahar
Malaysia MF Mohamad Firdaus Marzuki
Malaysia MF Mohamad Fazlan Zainal
Malaysia FW Muhammad Syafiq Mohd Daud
Malaysia FW Khairul Azwan Zahrin
Malaysia FW Suresh a/l Selvathura
Malaysia FW Muhammad Shawal Nik Marzuki
Malaysia FW Muhammad Farid Salehudin
Malaysia FW Pavithran a/l Selladorai


For recent transfers, see List of Malaysian football transfers 2013

Coaching staff

Position Name
Chairman Malaysia Dato' Seri Utama Mohammad Hassan
Honorable Secretary Malaysia Dato' Haji Abd. Halim bin Haji Abd. Latif
Administrative Officer Malaysia Faizal Zainal
Manager Malaysia Dato' Haji Abd. Halim bin Haji Abd. Latif
Assistant Manager Malaysia Zainordin bin A.Rahman
Head team coach Singapore V. Sundramoorthy
Assistant coach Malaysia Ridzuan Abu Shah
Coach Malaysia Ahmad Osman
Goalkeeping coach Malaysia Yazid Yassin
Fitness coach Malaysia Mashiedee Sulaiman
Malaysia Mohamad Kuizwan Mohd Johari
Physiotherapist Malaysia Dr Rozaiman Ebrahim
Malaysia Zulkepli Abu Samah
U20 Head coach Portugal Acacio Dos Santos[7]
U20 Assistant coach Malaysia Ahmad Shahrul Azhar Sofian
U20 Reserve coach Malaysia Badrul Afzan Razali
U20 Goalkeeping coach Malaysia Azhar Dol
U20 Fitness coach Malaysia Abu Mutalib Baeman
U20 Physiotherapist Malaysia Muzammil Zaharudin
U19 Head coach Malaysia Kuppan a/l M.Nathan
U19 Assistant coach Malaysia Zainuddin Husin
U19 Goalkeeping coach Malaysia Saidin Osman
U19 Physiotherapist Malaysia Mohd Azwar Mazlan
Security Officer Malaysia Hassan Haron
Media Officer Malaysia Abd Malek Hj Hassan
Kit manager Malaysia Shahrizal Mat Shah


Tenure Coach Achievement
1994—1998 Malaysia M. Karathu
1998—1999 Malaysia Irfan Bakti Abu Salim
2000—2002 Malaysia Mohd Zaki Sheikh Ahmad
2003—2006 Malaysia K. Devan FA Cup Malaysia 2003
2005-06 Super League
2006—2007 Tunisia Hatem Souissi
2007—2011 Malaysia Wan Jamak Wan Hassan Malaysia Cup 2009
FA Cup Malaysia 2010
2011—2012 Malaysia Mohd Azraai Khor Abdullah Malaysia Cup 2011
Malaysia Charity Shield 2012
2013— Portugal Divaldo Alves
May 2013 Malaysia Ridzuan Abu Shah Caretaker


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