Abahani Limited (Chittagong)

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Abahani Limited
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Full name Abahani Limited, Chittagong
Founded 1972; 42 years ago (1972)
Ground MA Aziz Stadium
Chittagong, Bangladesh
Ground Capacity 20,000
League Bangladesh Championship League
2013 1st

Abahani Limited (Bengali: আবাহনী ক্রীড়াচক্র) is a sports club in Bangladesh. It was established at Dhaka in 1972 through reorganisation of Iqbal Sporting Club. Within a short time, the club gained fame through commendable performances in hockey, cricket and football tournaments. A wing of Abahani Limited was established in Chittagong known as Chittagong Abahani. It is currently a team of Bangladesh Championship League. It was also a team of Bangladesh Premier League (football) until its relegation in 2010-11 season. It again gained the promotion to Premier League by becoming champion of 2013 Bangladesh Championship League.

Squad[edit]

  • Bangladesh Bangladeshi Players:

Piaruzzaman, Zahirul Islam, Javed Khan, Md. Nasiruddin, Md. Faisal Ahmed, Mahfuzur Rahman, Md. Monsur Alam, Bijoy Krishna Das, Nazrul Islam, Abdul Hannan, Nahid Uddin, Atikur Rahman, Salim Ullah, Ismail Zahed, Masuk Mia, Mohammed Ali, Md. Ashik Ahmed, M. Ali Ashik, Md. AI-Amin, Palash Samanta, Md.Sohel Mia, Ahsanul Hoque Milon, Md. Safautur Rahman.

  • Foreign Players:

Nepolian Gabriel, Willson Chinedu, Gyari Nas Namtor, Mohammed Konte, Agebongo Kossi.