After the 2014 Indonesia Super League season ended, Putra Samarinda owner Harbiansyah Hanafiah decided to sell the club to businessman Pieter Tanuri who relocated the Borneo club to Gianyar, upon noticing the affluent island of Bali had no representative in the top-flight of Indonesian football after the 2013 dissolution of Indonesia Premier League (IPL) club Bali Devata FC after the controversial IPL league stopped. 

The club was renamed Bali United Pusam Football Club with colors and a crest that pays homage to the unique culture in Bali, however when Bali United began to be considered as an elite club in Indonesia, the Pusam historical tag was dropped.

Kapten I Wayan Dipta Stadium in Gianyar has been the home ground of Bali United since the club was founded. Bali United has an online-streaming-based TV channel that airs on YouTube called Bali Utd TV, which started broadcasting on 19 October 2016. It features news updates, player and staff interviews, match highlights (of the first team and the youth squad), and other themed programs. Bali United also has the team’s own mobile app to connect with fans and a radio station of their own, Bali United FM.

Bali United was the first professional football club in Indonesia and Southeast Asia, also the 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).

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