Indonesia

The Philippines and Indonesia have become the latest nations to put forward a joint bid for hosting rights to basketball’s 2023 men’s World Cup.

The World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) has cancelled its inaugural World Beach Championships, which were scheduled to take place next month, due to financial difficulties at the local organising committee.

The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has announced that China, Indonesia, Thailand and South Korea have all expressed an interest in hosting the 2023 edition of its showpiece Asian Cup national team tournament.

The World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) has announced that the Indonesian island of Bali will host its first-ever World Beach Championships later this year.

Japan’s Aichi Prefecture has said it will bid to host the 2026 Asian Games, as Jakarta’s Governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama has raised question marks over the Indonesian capital’s status as the main hub of the 2018 edition of the multi-sport event.

Indonesia is closing in on a return to the MotoGP calendar after further talks were held regarding the country’s inclusion in the motorcycling series from the 2017 season.

Golf’s Asian Tour has confirmed that Singapore will this year host a new event after organisers of the Indonesia Open requested their tournament be postponed.

The Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) has delayed a decision over whether cricket will feature as part of the 2018 Asian Games multi-sport event in Jakarta.

The Badminton World Federation (BWF) has awarded the hosting rights for forthcoming flagship events to Spain, Indonesia and India.

Indonesia is set to retain its hosting rights to the 2018 Asian Games multi-sport event after the Indonesian National Sports Committee (KONI) agreed to drop the use of the Olympic rings in its logo.

The Indonesian National Sports Committee (KONI) has been ordered to drop the use of the Olympic rings in its logo, amid a dispute that called into question the country’s hosting rights to the 2018 Asian Games multi-sport event.

Indonesian Olympic Committee (KOI) chairwoman Rita Subowo has warned the country faces being stripped of its right to host the 2018 Asian Games amid a dispute over a logo that includes the Olympic rings.

English Premier League football club Manchester United has launched a new initiative as part of its ongoing efforts to better engage with its global fanbase.

Indonesia has been named as the host for the 2018 Asian Para Games by the Asian Paralympic Committee (APC).

Asian Games stakeholders have rejected fears that Indonesia will not have enough time to prepare for the next edition of the multi-sport event in 2018, after the country was confirmed as the new host on Saturday.

Jakarta in Indonesia is set to be named as the host of the next edition of the Asian Games in 2018 after Hanoi in Vietnam withdrew from the race to host the multi-sport event due to financial concerns.

Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) vice-president Wei Jizhong is “99 per cent” certain that Indonesia will stage the 2019 Asian Games.

Officials from Indonesia and Chinese Taipei are discussing whether to assume the hosting rights to the 2019 Asian Games vacated by Vietnam, but Singapore has discounted making a bid.

The Badminton World Federation (BWF) has named Jakarta host of its 2015 World Championships.

Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti is reportedly prepared to sell a stake in the Serie A club to Indonesian billionaire Erick Thohir, according to Italian media.

A new circuit in South Korea has been named as one of six destinations in four countries that will feature in the inaugural Asian Le Mans Series calendar in 2013, the promoters of the motor-racing series have announced.

The Superbike World Championship (SBK) is set to return to Indonesia for the first time in 15 years after the series’ owner, Infront Motor Sports, agreed a five-year contract with the country’s government.

The Indonesian Football Association (PSSI) appears to have avoided the prospect of sanctions from FIFA after electing Djohar Arifin Husin as the new head of the organisation.

Indonesia has moved a step closer to possible FIFA sanctions after an assembly to organise the national association’s first leadership election in four years descended into chaos on Saturday.