Supporting the Players, Building the Game



Membership of PFAM is open to:
  1. Footballers registered under any club or state football association, which is a participant or member of the Malaysian League;
  2. A member of any male of female senior representatives quad selected from time to time by the FAM to play in any football game or competition; or
  3. A male of female footballer who is eligible to play football for Malaysia and who is employed, engaged, or registered with a club which fields a team in any league that consists of clubs outside of Malaysia.




PFAM Committee


President - Hairuddin Bin Omar

Former captain of ATM FA, Hairuddin Omar has an illustrious football career in his own respect. After his youth career with Terengganu, Hairuddin became familiar to the fields of both domestic and international competition with over 10 years of active participation with various clubs in the Malaysian leagues and cups, he has won 4 Malaysia Cup honours and both the Super and Premier League titles.

Vice President - Rezal Zambery bin Yahya

Formerly assigned to midfield duties for ATM FA, Rezal is best known for his stint with the Negeri Sembilan FA team of 2005-2010 where he won he won the Malaysia Cup in 2009 as well as becoming runners-up in two occasions appearing in 72 matches and scoring 16 goals. His switch to ATM FA was impactful as he won the 2012 Malaysia Premier League in the outfit. As a professional footballer, he has won all major titles in Malaysian football.

Ahmad Fauzi Saari

Fauzi is no stranger to the league in Malaysia after playing for 5 different teams throughout his over a decade long career in football. Mainly playing midfield, he has tasted the highest honours in Malaysia’s football leagues, being in the team that won the Super League, Premier League, FA Cup, and Malaysia Cup from the early until late 2000s.

Amirizdwan Taj Tajuddin

Amirizdwan is a formidable force in defence for both size and skill, proven by a recent spell with ATM in which they dominated the 2013 Premier League to be eventual winners. ATM at the time also checked in the biggest home and away wins of the season. After the spell, he quickly became hot property and had several offers to play for big names in the Super League. He currently plays for Terengganu.

Muhd Shahrom Abdul Kalam

The skipper that lead Selangor to their 33rd Malaysia Cup victory has been a force to be reckoned with in recent years. In addition to being highly respected for his hard work in leading Selangor to a competitive runner up finish in the 2015 Super League, he is also regarded as a decisive leader on and off the field. He is also a favourite amongst the fans of Selangor as well as football lovers throughout the country.

Mohd Fairuz Abdul Aziz

Seen as a hard-working man in the line of defence for several clubs he has been in service for, Fairuz is an experienced defender having started his professional career in 2006 with Selangor FA. He etched history with Sime Darby FC when they went through to the finals of the 2012 Malaysia Cup then continued on to play for Selangor FA to finish second in the subsequent year’s Super League. He currently plays for Air Asia FC.

Khairul Fahmi Che Mat

Having over 200 caps under his name with Kelantan FA, it’s not surprising that ‘Apek’ as he is fondly known is a household name in Malaysian football. Khairul Fahmi has been with Malaysia’s most successful team in recent years, winning at the SEA Games and the AFF Suzuki Cup with the team. He continues to be an intimidating last line of defence for Kelantan, and his career is still looking at a bright future.

Rudie Ramli

A journeyman in his own right, Rudie has been entrusted to lead the offensive for numerous clubs at home since his youth stint in Germany in 2000. He also had previous endeavours with the national team, scoring 4 goals in 11 matches.