Adam Alis Setyano facts for kids
Adam Alis with Bhayangkara in 2018
|Full name||Adam Alis Setyano|
|Date of birth||December 19, 1993|
|Place of birth||Jakarta, Indonesia|
† Appearances (Goals).
After going through youth training at hometown club Persija Jakarta, Adam Alis failed to win a spot in the senior team of one of Indonesia's most famous clubs and played in the lower leagues until 2015 when he decided to accept an offer to play in Bahrain.
Adam Alis in 2015 played for Bahraini Premier League club East Riffa only for six matches amid his struggle to earn playing time. Despite the challenges, he managed to cut his teeth in Middle East football.
After returning to Indonesia with international experience, Adam Alis in 2016 found a starting spot at a middling club in the top-tier of Indonesian football, Barito Putera, where he played in 34 matches and scored two goals. This turn of events improved his confidence to continue his footballing career.
Adam Alis rose to national prominence as an industrious attacking midfielder after he joined Arema in 2017 and participated in the 2017 Indonesia President's Cup, in which Arema became champion and he earned the title as the best player in the tournament that was a prelude to the 2017 Liga 1 season. The performance earned him a call to the senior national team.
With his popularity rising, Adam Alis for the 2018 Liga 1 season moved to Sriwijaya that wanted to reclaim its past glory when it was a feared top-flight club. The ambitious project of recruiting high-paid players ended up in disaster when the club hit financial trouble in the middle of the season and failed to pay salaries. A group of players, including Adam Alis, decided to leave the club after months of receiving no payment for their services that propelled the club to the third position in the table after 15 matches.
After the Sriwijaya debacle, Adam Alis in July 2018 found a spot in Liga 1 club Bhayangkara, which was based in his hometown of Jakarta. Bhayangkara won the 2017 Liga 1 title a few months before he joined. Adam Alis has played more games at Bhayangkara than any previous club and decided to relocate his family to the Central Java city of Solo after the club opted to move its base there in order to capture more fans than in Jakarta where most football enthusiasts support Persija.
|Persija Jakarta||2015||Indonesia Super League||1||0||0||0||—||—||1||0|
|East Riffa||2015–16||Bahraini Premier League||6||0||0||0||—||—||6||0|
|Barito Putera||2016||Indonesia Soccer Championship A||34||2||0||0||—||—||34||2|
|1.||25 May 2021||Jebel Ali Centre of Excellence, Dubai, United Arab Emirates||Afghanistan||2–3||2–3||Friendly|
- Indonesia President's Cup: 2017
- Indonesia President's Cup 3rd place: 2018
- Indonesia President's Cup Best Player: 2017
Adam Alis is a childhood Inter Milan fan, and said that it would be his dream to one day play for that club.
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