Last updated : Monday, 19 February 2024

Empal

Empal is an amateur football league in Indonesia. It was founded in 2017 and is currently the largest amateur football league in the country. The league has over 100 teams competing in various divisions.

History

Empal was founded in 2017 by a group of football enthusiasts who wanted to create a more accessible and affordable way to play the game. The league has since grown rapidly and is now the largest amateur football league in Indonesia.

Empal action

The league is divided into various divisions, each with its own level of competition. The top division is the Empal Premier League, which is followed by the Empal First Division, the Empal Second Division, and the Empal Third Division. There are also regional divisions for each province in Indonesia.

Rules

The rules of Empal are based on the rules of FIFA. However, there are some modifications to the rules to make the game more accessible to amateur players. For example, the offside rule is relaxed, and there are no substitutions allowed.

Teams

Empal match

There are over 100 teams competing in Empal. The teams are made up of players of all ages and skill levels. There are also women's and youth teams.

The teams are divided into various divisions, each with its own level of competition. The top division is the Empal Premier League, which is followed by the Empal First Division, the Empal Second Division, and the Empal Third Division. There are also regional divisions for each province in Indonesia.

Schedule

Empal teams

The Empal season runs from March to November. The teams play a double round-robin format, with each team playing each other team twice. The top teams in each division qualify for the playoffs.

Champions

The following teams have won the Empal Premier League:

  • 2017: Persija Jakarta
  • 2018: Arema FC
  • 2019: Persib Bandung
  • 2020: Not held due to COVID-19 pandemic
  • 2021: Bali United
Empal coaches

The Empal Premier League is the most prestigious amateur football league in Indonesia. The winners of the league are considered to be the best amateur football teams in the country.

Sources

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