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Jawatan Kosong Terkini di Persatuan Bola Sepak Malaysia (FAM) - 18 Jan 2019

Football Association of Malaysia is the Governing Body for football in Malaysia and have to provide Malaysia with the opportunity to play football from youth levels to elite competition, including FIFA and AFC tournaments as well as Olympic Games. In realizing FAM’s vision towards participation in World Cup, we are now seeking suitable candidates with relevant experience to join Technical Division as Head of Coach Education. The incumbent will be responsible to develop, implement and nurture all FAM programmes related to Coach Education as well as producing licensed Coach Instructors.


1. Ketua Jurulatih Akademi Mokhtar Dahari (AMD) – 3 kekosongan

2. Penolong Jurulatih Akademi Mokhtar Dahari (AMD) – 1 kekosongan

3. Jurulatih Penjaga Gol Akademi Mokhtar Dahari (AMD) – 2 kekosongan

4. Ketua Jurulatih Pencarian Bakat dan Pendidikan Penjaga Gol – 1 kekosongan

5. Ketua Jurulatih Remaja Negeri (KJRN) – 4 kekosongan

Closing date : 18 Januari 2019 jam 5.00 Petang

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Jawatan Kosong Terkini 2019 di Persatuan Bola Sepak Malaysia (FAM)


Football arrived in Malaya with the British. The locals soon picked up the game, and before long it was the country's leading sport. Towards the end of the 19th century, football was one of the central pillars of most sports clubs in Malaya. But it was not structured. Even when the Selangor Amateur Football League took shape in 1905 - which ensured proper administration and organization - the competition was confined only to clubs in the Kuala Lumpur area.

In 1921, a national tournament featuring all the states that made up Malaya was started. The competition, known as the Malaya Cup (later renamed the Malaysia Cup in 1963), has been continuously since then, except during the war years.

In 1926 the Selangor Amateur Football League was established, and in 1936 the Football Association of Selangor was formed and this association soon started organizing tournaments and this inspired other states in Malaya to follow suit.

In 1920, the battleship HMS Malaya visited the country. After engaging local opposition in football and rugby, the officers and men of HMS Malaya decided to commemorate the matches by presenting trophies for annual competitions in both rugby and football in Malaya.

In 1926, the Football Associations of Perak, Selangor, Negeri Sembilan, Malacca and the Singapore Amateur Football Association, came together to form the Malayan Football Association (MFA), in order to field a Malayan team against an Australia side that visited Singapore that year.

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