Bambang Pamungkas’ Profile began from his birth. He was born in 10th June 1980. He is a professional football player in Indonesia. He plays in the Indonesia Super League for Persija Jakarta and also previously is one of the members of Indonesia national football team. His natural position is a striker. Bambang reached his name in a high position of South East Asian football when he played and scored a goal for Indonesia in the semifinal against Malaysia at 2002 Tiger Cup. Moreover, he was a top scorer in tournament with scoring eight goals. He becomes one of the outstanding headers in among football players who have the reputation in the penalty box for sharpness playing. He earned 37 goals and 85 caps with Indonesia national team. Perhaps, he is the most favorite and popular player in the Indonesia national team among the football supporters. ESPN Soccer net said that he is one of the 2012 top ten Asian players.
When he was a youth, he played for several clubs in around his hometown before becoming a football player of Persija Jakarta. He was a top club goal scorer with 24 goals in 1999-2000 Liga Indonesia. He joined the Dutch Third Division in EHC Norad in 2000. However, it was only in 4 months he joined there and then returned to Persija Jakarta where he was there before. In 2001, Bambang helped the club to win the Liga Indonesia. He was got the award of a best football player in that season. In 2004, Persija Jakarta missed out narrowly by one point on winning the championship. In the 2005, the following season, Persija Jakarta reached the final, but it lost 2-3 to Persipura, Jayapura.
Bambang Pamungkas’ profile was also filled by his playing in Malaysia football team. He was accepted as a Malaysia Football League with Selangor FA player with the national team-mate Elie Aiboy. In his first season, he won the FA Cup Malaysia, the Premier League Malaysia, and Malaysia Cup, and he became a top scorer league with 23 goals in 24 matched. In about two seasons in Malaysia, he scored in four competitions for about 63 goals; they were in FA Cup Malaysia, AFC Cup, Malaysia Cup, Malaysia Super League, and Malaysia Premier League. Although he had a total of 158 goals scores in Liga Indonesia, but Bambang lost his position in the national team for foreign-born talent.