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03 .FIFA World Cup - Bids 10 (Indonesia 2022 FIFA World Cup bid)

03 .FIFA World Cup - Bids 10 (Indonesia 2022 FIFA World Cup bid)

Indonesia 2022 FIFA World Cup bid

 
Indonesia's 2018–2022 World Cup Bid logo.
The Indonesia 2022 FIFA World Cup bid was the first official bid from the Football Association of Indonesia (PSSI) to host the FIFA World Cup. FIFA rejected the bid for lack of government support on 19 March 2010. Indonesia was one of four Asian countries bidding to bring the tournament to Asia for a second time, the 2002 tournament having been played in Japan and South Korea. Indonesia, under the name of the Dutch East Indies, had been the first Asian nation to compete in the World Cup, when they participated in the 1938 event, and they lost to Hungary in the first round.

id committee

The chairman of the bid committee was Ginandjar Kartasasmita, the chairman of the Indonesian senate, and the vice chairman was Gita Wirjawan from Pertamina, a national oil and gas company. The committee also included: Syarief Bastaman, Joko Driyono, Hamka Kady, Fauzi Bowo, Hayono Isman, Nirwan Dermawan Bakrie, and Josef Refo.[3]

The bid was launched at a time when there was pressure from Indonesian football fans to Nurdin Halid to step down from his position as the chairman of PSSI. The bid itself was used by Jusuf Kalla in his campaign to gain support for his Presidential candidacy in 2009, though his effort was unsuccessful.

Bid rejection

Indonesia was alone among the bidding nations in not having official government backing, although some support was offered in a 2009 interview by previous Youth and Sports Minister, Adhyaksa Dault. On 19 March 2010, FIFA announced that Indonesia's bid had been rejected, because required documents and guarantees had not been provided, as the government felt that the bid would not gain popular support in the country.

Proposed venues

 
Jakarta Jakarta Surakarta Semarang
Gelora Bung Karno Jakarta BMW Manahan Jatidiri
Capacity: 77,000 Capacity: 45,000

(new stadium)
Capacity: 70,000

(upgraded)
Capacity: 60,000

(upgraded)
GeloraBungKarno.jpg   Stadion Manahan Solo - LPI.jpg  
Samarinda Palembang Surabaya Bogor
Palaran Gelora Jakabaring Gelora Bung Tomo Pakansari
Capacity: 60,000 Capacity: 55,000

(upgraded)
Capacity: 55,000 Capacity: 50,000

(upgraded)
Stadion Utama Palaran Kaltim.jpg Gelora Sriwijaya Stadium Tribune.jpg Gelora Bung Tomo.jpg Stadion Pakansari AFF 2016 Final.jpg
Jayapura
Indonesia 2022 FIFA World Cup bid is located in Indonesia
Jakarta
Jakarta
Surakarta
Surakarta
Denpasar
Denpasar
Samarinda
Samarinda
Surabaya
Surabaya
Bogor
Bogor
Jayapura
Jayapura
Banda Aceh
Banda Aceh
Pekanbaru
Pekanbaru
Semarang
Semarang
Sleman
Sleman
Balikpapan
Balikpapan
Bandung
Bandung
Palembang
Palembang
Tenggarong
Tenggarong
 
Locations of the stadium in the Indonesia 2022 FIFA World Cup bids .
Denpasar
Mandala Ngurah Rai
Capacity: 50,000

(upgraded)
Capacity: 45,000

(upgraded)
   
Banda Aceh Pekanbaru
Harapan Bangsa Riau Main
Capacity: 45,000 Capacity: 43,923
  Riau Main Stadium (cropped).JPG
Sleman Balikpapan Bandung Tenggarong
Maguwoharjo Batakan Gelora Bandung Lautan Api Aji Imbut
Capacity: 40,000
(upgraded)
Capacity: 40,000
(new stadium)
Capacity: 38,000 Capacity: 35,000
PSS Sleman fans at Maguwoharjo Stadium.jpeg   Gelora Bandung Lautan Api.JPG GOR Aji Imbut.jpg

 

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