Fixtures

Indonesia Liga 1 12/05 13:45 15 Arema FC vs Bali Utd Pusam FC - View
Indonesia Liga 1 12/09 13:45 16 Bali Utd Pusam FC vs Madura United - View
Indonesia Liga 1 12/13 13:45 17 Persebaya Surabaya vs Bali Utd Pusam FC - View
Indonesia Liga 1 12/18 11:15 18 Bali Utd Pusam FC vs PS Barito Putera - View
Indonesia Liga 1 12/23 13:45 19 Persib Bandung vs Bali Utd Pusam FC - View

Results

Indonesia Liga 1 11/30 13:45 14 [4] Bali United v Persiraja Aceh [18] W 5-0
Indonesia Liga 1 11/25 12:00 13 [9] Persija Jakarta v Bali United [6] W 0-1
Indonesia Liga 1 11/19 13:45 12 [5] Bali United v Persela Lamongan [14] W 2-1
Indonesia Liga 1 11/05 11:15 11 [17] Persipura Jayapura v Bali United [7] W 0-1
Indonesia Liga 1 10/31 13:45 10 [6] Bali United v PSIS Semarang [3] D 0-0
Indonesia Liga 1 10/27 13:45 9 [14] PSS Sleman v Bali United [8] W 0-2
Indonesia Liga 1 10/23 13:45 8 [6] Bali United v Bhayangkara FC [3] L 1-2
Indonesia Liga 1 10/17 08:15 7 [7] PSM Makassar v Bali United [4] L 2-1
Indonesia Liga 1 10/02 08:15 6 [2] Bali United v Persikabo 1973 [8] D 1-1
Indonesia Liga 1 09/28 11:15 5 [10] Borneo FC v Bali United [1] D 1-1
Indonesia Liga 1 09/24 08:15 4 [6] Persita Tangerang v Bali United [4] W 1-2
Indonesia Liga 1 09/18 13:45 3 [3] Bali United v Persib Bandung [4] D 2-2

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 18 8 10
Wins 9 4 5
Draws 7 3 4
Losses 2 1 1
Goals for 26 14 12
Goals against 13 6 7
Clean sheets 8 4 4
Failed to score 2 1 1

Wikipedia - Bali United F.C.

Bali United Football Club is a professional football club based in Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia. The club competes in the Liga 1, the top tier of Indonesian football. Bali United emerged in 2015 as the result of the total rebranding of Indonesia Super League club Putra Samarinda (popularly known as Pusam) after its new owner relocated the club to Gianyar from Samarinda, East Kalimantan. The rebranded club retained Putra Samarinda's top-tier rights to compete in the 2015 Indonesia Super League season. It only took four years for the club to win its first top-level football championship title in the 2019.

Bali United was the first professional football club in Indonesia and Southeast Asia, also second in Asia after Guangzhou Evergrande, to be publicly traded after its shares were offered through the Indonesia Stock Exchange on 17 June 2019. PT Bali Bintang Sejahtera Tbk released as much as 2 billion shares of the total issued and paid up capital after the initial public offering (IPO). Shares were set to go on sale for between IDR 120 and IDR 180 each, and actually became IDR 175 by the launch of the IPO on 10 June.