Bambang Pamungkas

Profile Football Stars | Bambang Pamungkas | Bambang made his name in South East Asian football when he scored the lone goal for Indonesia at the 2002 Tiger Cup semifinal against Malaysia, and he Become the top scorer in the tournament with eight goals. Bambang Pamungkas also known as Bepe  is an Indonesian footballer plays for Persija WHO Jakarta in the Indonesian Super League and the Indonesia national football team. 

Bambang starts his career in Persija Jakarta, Become the top scorer and help the club win Liga Indonesia in 1999. In his first season in Malaysia, he won the Malaysia Premier League, FA Cup Malaysia, and Malaysia Cup and Became the top-scorer with 23 goals in 24 matches in Malaysian Premier League with a total of 42 goals in four competitions (Premier League Malaysia, FA Cup Malaysia, Malaysia Cup, AFC Cup).

Bambang has scored 142 goals in Liga Indonesia.  Now with 37 goals, he is top scorer in the Indonesia national football team history and he is a very talented player. However due to injury made him out of the Indonesian squad for the 2004 Tiger Cup.He scored two more goals in the 2008 AFF Suzuki Cup.

In 2010 AFF Suzuki Cup Pamungkas scored two goals in a match against Thailand, both of them from penalty kicks. He has scored a total of 12 goals in the ASEAN Football Championship, this make-him 5th place all-time top scorer in the ASEAN Football Championship history.

Personal information
Full name Bambang Pamungkas
Date of birth 10 June 1980 (age 31)
Place of birth Salatiga, Central Java, Indonesia
Height 1.71 m (5 ft 7 1/2 in)
Playing position trequartista, Striker

Club information
Current club Persija
Number 20

Youth career
SSB 1988-1989 Football Hobby Getas
SSB 1989-1993 Ungaran Match
1993-1994 Main Persada Ungaran
Persikas Semarang Regency 1994-1996
1996-1999 Training Salatiga

Senior career
years Team
Persija 1999-2000 30 (24)
2000 (4 Months) EHC Norad 10 (8)
Persija 2000-2005 96 (56)
2005-2007 Selangor FA 49 (53)
2007 - Persija 133 (67)

National team
1998 Indonesia U-19? (7)
2002 Indonesia U-21
1999 2003 Indonesia U-23? (5)
1999 Indonesia 83 (37)


Club honors
     Champion of Liga Indonesia: Persija Jakarta (2001)
     Champion of Malaysia Premier League: Selangor FA (2005)
     Champion of Malaysia FA Cup: Selangor FA (2005)
     Champion of Malaysia Cup: Selangor FA (2005)

Country honors
     Champion of Hassanal Bolkiah Trophy: Indonesia U-21 (2002)
     Champion of Indonesian Independence Cup: Indonesia (2008)

Individual honors
     Haornas Cup Most Valuable Player: (1996)
     Indonesia Liga top scorer: Persija Jakarta (1999-00)
     Liga Indonesia Best player: Persija Jakarta (2001)
     2002 Tiger Cup Top scorer: Indonesia (2002)
     Malaysia Premier League top scorer: Selangor FA (2005)
     Malaysia Cup Player of the Year: Selangor FA (2005)
     Malaysia FA Cup Top scorer: Selangor FA (2005)
     Copa Indonesia Best Player: Persija Jakarta (2007)


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