Calendario

Indonesia - Liga 1 01/29 15:15 21 Persib Bandung vs Persikabo 1973 - View
Indonesia - Liga 1 02/03 15:00 22 Persikabo 1973 vs Bali Utd Pusam FC - View
Indonesia - Liga 1 02/07 09:45 23 Borneo FC vs Persikabo 1973 - View
Indonesia - Liga 1 02/11 09:45 24 Persikabo 1973 vs Persita Tangerang - View
Indonesia - Liga 1 02/15 09:45 25 Persikabo 1973 vs PSM Makassar - View
Indonesia - Liga 1 02/20 12:45 26 Bhayangkara Surabaya United vs Persikabo 1973 - View

Resultados

Indonesia - Liga 1 01/18 08:15 20 [12] PS TIRA v PS Barito Putera [17] D 1-1
Indonesia - Liga 1 01/14 08:15 19 [14] Persik Kediri v PS TIRA [13] W 1-2
Indonesia - Liga 1 01/10 09:30 18 [13] PS TIRA v Persebaya Surabaya [4] L 2-3
Indonesia - Liga 1 01/05 11:15 17 [3] Arema FC v PS TIRA [13] D 0-0
Indonesia - Liga 1 12/21 14:00 18 Persikabo 1973 v Persebaya Surabaya - PPT.
Indonesia - Liga 1 12/14 13:30 17 Arema FC v Persikabo 1973 - PPT.
Indonesia - Liga 1 12/09 08:15 16 [14] PS TIRA v Persiraja Aceh [18] W 5-0
Indonesia - Liga 1 12/03 13:45 15 [11] Persija Jakarta v PS TIRA [13] L 1-0
Indonesia - Liga 1 11/27 08:15 14 [13] PS TIRA v Persela Lamongan [15] W 4-2
Indonesia - Liga 1 11/22 08:15 13 [17] Persipura Jayapura v PS TIRA [12] L 2-1
Indonesia - Liga 1 11/18 08:15 12 [13] PS TIRA v PSIS Semarang [4] D 2-2
Indonesia - Liga 1 11/07 13:30 11 [14] PSS Sleman v PS TIRA [12] L 3-2

Estadísticas

 TotalLocalVisitante
Encuentros Disputados 22 11 11
Wins 5 3 2
Draws 9 5 4
Losses 8 3 5
Goals for 34 21 13
Goals against 30 15 15
Clean sheets 6 3 3
Failed to score 5 2 3

Wikipedia - Persikabo 1973

Persatuan Sepakbola Indonesia Kabupaten Bogor 1973, commonly known as Persikabo 1973, is an Indonesian professional football club based in Bogor, West Java that competes in Liga 1.

History

This club started from an initiative to participate in the 2015 Piala Jenderal Sudirman tournament with a team that incorporated players from the professional PSMS Medan club into the Indonesian National Armed Forces (TNI)'s amateur club, PS TNI. After this tournament, PS TNI parted ways with PSMS Medan but decided to become a professional club that combines soldiers with professional players. In March 2016, PS TNI appointed their first professional coach, Englishman Judan Ali and acquired Persiram Raja Ampat, a cash-strapped first-tier team from the impoverished West Papua province, for a cost of 17 billion rupiah.

For the 2018 Liga 1 season, PS TNI were renamed as PS TIRA to dilute the TNI association and moved to Bantul. The team finished 2018 Liga 1 in 15th position and escaped relegation after securing a vital 3-1 win against Borneo F.C. in the last match of the season. PS TIRA later merged with Liga 3 club Persikabo Bogor in early 2019 to form TIRA-Persikabo and play at Pakansari Stadium in Bogor Regency.

Ahead of the 2020 Liga 1 season, TIRA-Persikabo changed its name to Persikabo 1973. But they used the name TIRA-Persikabo and the same logo for in the 2020 Liga 1 season because these changes had not been approved by the Football Association of Indonesia (PSSI). During its May 2021 annual congress, PSSI said the club cancelled the plan to propose for a name change.