Bambang Pamungkas Profile – Indonesian Football Player

Bambang Pamungkas or he was often called Bepe is one of the famous Indonesia football player, because he often defended on various National Football team on International Match. He also played in the big fooball club of Malaysian league.

Bambang Pamungkas Profile - Indonesian Football Player

Bambang Pamungkas ProfileIndonesian Football Player

Full name :    Bambang Pamungkas
Nickname : Bambang, Bepe, Gechil
Religion : Islam
Date of birth :    10 June 1980 (age 32)
Place of birth : Getas. Kab.Semarang, Indonesia
Height :    1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
Ambition : Teacher and Chef
Hobbies : Read Book and Cooking
Zodiac : Gemini

Parents :
* H. Misranto (Father)
* Hj. Suriptinah (Mother)

Old Brother and Sister
* Agus Handoko Misranto
* Agus Budhi Suseno
* Tri Agus Prasetijo
* Eni Kusumawati
* Nanik Setyowati

Young sister :
* Dyah Ernawati

Wife : Tribuana Tungga Dewi

Children :
* Salsa Alicia
* Jane Abel
* Syaura Abana

Education :
* Taman Kanak-kanak Bangun 1 Getas Kab. Semarang (1984-1986)
* SD Negeri Kauman Lor 3 Getas Kab. Semarang (1986-1992)
* SMP Negeri 1 Salatiga, *Kelas 1C  *Kelas 2C  *Kelas 3A (1993-1996)
* SMU Negeri 1 Salatiga, *Kelas 1C  *Kelas 2C *Kelas 3 IPS 2 (1997-1999)
* Sekolah Tinggi  Ekonomi Indonesia Rawamangun (2 semester)

Playing position :     Striker

Bambang Pamungkas Club Information
Current club     Free agent
Youth career
1988–1989     SSB Hobby Sepakbola Getas
1989–1993     SSB Ungaran Serasi
1993–1994     Persada Utama Ungaran
1994–1996     Persikas Semarang Regency
1996–1999     Diklat Salatiga

Senior career
Years     Team
1999–2000     Persija Jakarta
2000 (4 Months)     EHC Norad
2000–2005     Persija Jakarta
2005–2007     Selangor
2007–2012     Persija Jakarta

National team
1998     Indonesia U-19
2002     Indonesia U-21
1999–2003     Indonesia U-23
1999–2013     Indonesia

Bambang Pamungkas Honours

Club honours

Persija Jakarta : Liga Indonesia (1): 2001

Selangor FA :
Malaysia Premier League (1): 2005
FA Cup Malaysia (1): 2005
Malaysia Cup (1): 2005

Country honours

Indonesia U-21 : Hassanal Bolkiah Trophy (1): 2002

Indonesia :
Southeast Asian Games bronze medal (1): 1999
Indonesian Independence Cup (1): 2008

Individual honours
Haornas Cup Most Valuable Player (1): 1996
Liga Indonesia Top Scorer (1): 1999-00
Liga Indonesia Best Player (1): 2001
Tiger Cup Top Scorer (1): 2002
Malaysia Premier League Top Scorer (1): 2005
Malaysia Cup Player of the Year (1): 2005
FA Cup Malaysia Top Scorer (1): 2005
Copa Indonesia Best Player (1): 2007
Indonesia Kids Choice Awards Favourite Athlete (1): 2009

Bambang Pamungkas Controversy
Following the match between Sriwijaya and Persija Jakarta On 18 Dec 2011, Bambang, Ismed Sofyan, and Leo Saputra were involved in an assault on Hilton Moreira at his hotel, allegedly provoked by Hilton’s behaviour during the match.

Bambang Pamungkas Personal life

Bambang has three children: Salsa Alicia, Jane Abel and Syaura Abana, married with Tribuana Tungga Dewi. The second youngest of 7 children. Bambang likes reading and cooking, he initially had no thoughts of becoming a football player. He has ambitions to become a teacher or a chef once his footballing career is over.

Bambang devotes some of his free time to charity work, the Bambang Pamungkas Foundation and children’s cancer charities, he set up to provide financial assistance and resources to schools in Indonesia for The Bambang Pamungkas Foundation and he also is involved in raising funds for children’s cancer charities.
Bambang Pamungkas Profile - Indonesian Football Player

Bambang Pamungkas Profile - Indonesian Football Player

Bambang Pamungkas Public Figure

- Product endorsements : Biskuat, Ti Phone, Nike, and Bodrex.
- Book in Bahasa Indonesia : Ketika Jemariku Menari, relating his life, his career, and his teammates at club and national level, especially during the AFF 2010 campaign.
- Bambang Pamungkas has been chosen as a torch bearer for 2012 Summer Olympics flame passage through Calderdale on June 24, 2012.
- Bambang is one of the leading advocates for player welfare and rights in Indonesia.