Nazri Nasir (born 17 January 1971) is a retired football player from Singapore. He was the captain of the Singapore national football team in the late-1990s and early-2000s, and led the team which won the regional Tiger Cup (later renamed the ASEAN Football Championship) in 1998.
In 1994, Nazri was a member of the Singapore side which won the Malaysian League and Malaysia Cup double. After the formation of Singapore's S.League in 1996, he played for Sembawang Rangers in 1996, the Singapore Armed Forces Football Club (SAFFC) from 1997–2001, and Tampines Rovers from 2002-2008. He won the S.League title with SAFFC in 1997, 1998 and 2000, and with Tampines Rovers in 2004 and 2005.
Nazri retired as a player in 2008 at the age of 37. He served as the Director of Football at Tampines Rovers, and currently is the assistant head coach for the LionsXII team, appointed on 16 December 2013 to assist his former teammate in Singapore and the current LionsXII head coach Fandi Ahmad.
- Tiger Cup: 1998
Singapore (Malaysian League Team)
Singapore Armed Forces FC
Tampines Rovers FC
- S.League People's Choice Award: 2004
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