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Established in 2014, Bali United has quickly made a name for itself as one of the major football clubs in Indonesia. Everyone in Bali United lives by the “Beyond Football” philosophy of the organization - Bali United is not just seeking to drive advancement in Indonesia’s continental & international achievements, fans management and youth development; the “Bali’s Pride” always strives to drive equality, unify the community, and make positive impact on the local community through the language of football.

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2019 Liga 1 Champion

Just in a span of 6 years, Bali United - which is the only Bali representative competing in Liga 1 - has seen incredible milestones in its team achievement, business aspect and youth development. From 2016 to 2018, Bali United teamed up with Paris Saint-Germain - multiple-times winner of France’s Ligue 1 - to facilitate Indonesian young talents with a PSG curriculum-based academy. In 2019, Bali United was crowned the champion of Liga 1; in the same year, the “Serdadu Tridatu” squad competed in Piala Presiden and was named as the tournament’s runner-up. Being the first Indonesian football club to go public, first to own basketball & e-sports teams, first to establish a subsidiary creative agency, first to have academy franchises beyond its home region, and first to make its home stadium a sports & entertainment destination, Bali United has proved themselves as the pioneer in Indonesian football. Bali United’s efforts have contributed greatly to Asian & Indonesian sports ecosystem and impacted the wider sports community in a positive way. Bali United will continue to make an impact through the language of football and connect with the world’s greatest football franchises.

2019 was indeed Bali United’s year. Few months before winning the most sought-after trophy in Indonesian football, PT Bali Bintang Sejahtera - the holding company - had its Initial Public Offering (IPO) in Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX = “BOLA”). This makes Bali United the first (and currently the only) publicly-listed sports team in South East Asia. Living up to its motto “Beyond Football '', in 2019 Bali United established an e-sports team named Island of Gods in honor of Bali’s epithet. The team now has 2 divisions (Free Fire and FIFA) and is competing in top international & national competitions. Bali United didn’t stop there - in 2021, Bali United Basketball was born. The team is now competing in Indonesian Basketball League (IBL).

Building Sports & Entertainment Destinations in Bali

Since its establishment, Bali United has been investing in renovating its home stadium Kapten I Wayan Dipta with the goal of making it the centre of sports-tourism attraction in Bali. Bali United was the first football club to have a cafe & a megastore in their stadium. The club is also supporting Indonesian government in making Kapten I Wayan Dipta a FIFA-authorized stadium. Dipta Stadium is set to host the upcoming 2023 FIFA U20 World Cup. Not just that, Bali United is also building a training centre in Bali that will be the first training centre owned by a football club.

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