Harimau Muda A

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Harimau Muda A was the club name for the former Malaysia Under-22 National Football Team, representing Malaysia in international football competitions such as the AFC U-22 Asian Cup, Champions Youth Cup as well as other under-22 international football tournaments. It was managed by Football Association of Malaysia. The squad was the feeder team for Malaysia U-23 and senior national football team. In 2015, Harimau Muda once again became a single team composed of former Harimau Muda A & B players.[1] On 25 November 2015, it was confirmed that the club was disbanded by FAM which meant that all the players were returned to their own state sides.[2]

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Harimau Muda
Full nameHarimau Muda A
Nickname(s)Young Tigers
Founded2009; 14 years ago (2009)
Dissolved2015; 8 years ago (2015)
GroundStadium Petaling Jaya
ChairmanAfandi Hamzah
CoachOng Kim Swee

Harimau Muda A last competed in Australia's National Premier Leagues Queensland, having lastly participated in a domestic league competition is the 2012 S. League. The team was aimed at developing Malaysian youth players and does not recruit any foreign nationals in its squad. The name "Harimau Muda" means "Young Tigers" in English.