Fixtures

DateRHome vs Away-
11/27 13:30 14 PSM Makassar vs Persipura Jayapura View
11/28 08:15 14 Persita Tangerang vs PSS Sleman View
11/28 11:00 14 PS Barito Putera vs Madura United View
11/28 11:15 14 Persik Kediri vs Persebaya Surabaya View
11/28 13:45 14 Persib Bandung vs Arema FC View
11/29 13:45 14 Borneo FC vs Persija Jakarta View
11/30 13:45 14 Bali Utd Pusam FC vs Persiraja Aceh View
12/02 08:15 15 Persipura Jayapura vs Bhayangkara Surabaya United View
12/02 13:30 15 Persela Lamongan vs PSM Makassar View
12/03 08:15 15 Persik Kediri vs Persita Tangerang View
12/03 11:15 15 PSIS Semarang vs PSS Sleman View
12/03 13:45 15 Persija Jakarta vs Persikabo 1973 View

Results

Date R Home vs Away -
11/27 08:15 14 [13] PS TIRA vs Persela Lamongan [15] 4-2
11/26 13:30 14 [1] Bhayangkara FC vs PSIS Semarang [6] 0-0
11/25 12:00 13 [9] Persija Jakarta vs Bali United [6] 0-1
11/24 13:45 13 [18] Persiraja Aceh vs Persib Bandung [3] 0-4
11/24 11:00 13 [6] Persebaya Surabaya vs Persita Tangerang [8] 4-0
11/24 08:15 13 [15] Madura United vs Persik Kediri [16] 2-0
11/23 13:30 13 [3] Arema FC vs PS Barito Putera [13] 2-1
11/23 08:15 13 [14] Persela Lamongan vs Borneo FC [10] 0-2
11/22 13:45 13 [5] PSIS Semarang vs PSM Makassar [9] 1-0
11/22 11:15 13 [11] PSS Sleman vs Bhayangkara FC [1] 0-0
11/22 08:15 13 [17] Persipura Jayapura vs PS TIRA [12] 2-1
11/20 14:00 12 [2] Persib Bandung vs Persija Jakarta [10] 0-1

Wikipedia - Liga 1 (Indonesia)

Liga 1 (English: League One, BRI Liga 1 for sponsorship reasons with Bank Rakyat Indonesia) is the men's top professional football division of the Indonesian football league system. Administered by the PT Liga Indonesia Baru (English: New Indonesian League, LLC), Liga 1 is contested by 18 clubs and operates on a system of promotion and relegation with Liga 2.

Top-flight professional league started in Indonesia from the 2008–09 season onwards. Prior to the 2008 reforms, the national competitions used a tournament format. Liga 1, which started in 2017, is the latest rebranding of the league.

Thirty-six teams have competed in the top-tier league of Indonesian professional football, which has gone through multiple rebranding. Eight teams have been crowned champions, with Persipura Jayapura holding the record for winning the national title three times (2009, 2011, 2013). Persipura in 2009 also topped the inaugural version of the league, known as the Indonesian Super League until 2015.