|Date of birth||12 November 1983|
|Place of birth||Banjul, Gambia|
|Height||1.87 m (6 ft 2 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 28 October 2014.
† Appearances (Goals).
Bah played in the Gambian League, with Banjul Hawks, until 2005, when he moved to Finnish First Division club KPV. He became a key player for the second tier club, and was the top scorer of the division. His successful season was spotted by the Veikkausliiga clubs, but Bah stayed in Kokkola for the following season, although the Belarusian club MTZ-RIPO Minsk made a bid of 200.000 euros, an offer which he declined. Bah also had tests with the Norwegian Odd Grenland, but did not get a contract offer. In January 2007, he visited the Algerian club USM Blida, but the clubs could not agree on the transfer fee.
Bah started the season 2007 with KPV, but moved to Helsinki when Veikkausliiga club HJK took him on a season-long loan. He made his debut in a UEFA Cup match against FC Etzella of Luxembourg, and scored a goal. Later the capital club signed him on a three-year contract. In 2009 Bah was one of the most important features in the Finnish title winning side HJK, scoring eight goals and assisting eight times in 25 league games. In 2010, Bah continued showing his importance for HJK Helsinki, both in the Finnish league and the Champions League qualifications. Due to his good performances he was given a two-year extension to his current contract on 2 September 2010. His new contract ran until 2012.
From August 2011, Dawda Bah signed a contract with FC Augsburg on a three-year deal. He suffered a bad knee injury in the early stages of his Augsburg career.
- Finnish First Division Top Scorer: 2005