2015 Bangabandhu Cup
|Dates||29 January – 8 February|
|Teams||6 (from AFC confederations)|
|Champions||Malaysia U–23 (2nd title)|
|Goals scored||19 (2.11 per match)|
|Best player||Jamal Bhuyan|
The Bangabandhu Cup or Bangabandhu Gold Cup is an international association football tournament organised by the Bangladesh Football Federation as a tribute to Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. This was the third edition of the Bangabandhu Cup, after a hiatus of 6 years. It was finally given the go ahead to be played in early 2015 with six nations participating.
In the group stage, six teams were divided into two groups of three teams, playing a single round-robin, with the teams finishing first and second in each group qualifying to the semi-finals.
Nine matches were played at two different venues in Dhaka and Sylhet. The Bangabandhu National Stadium in Dhaka, and Sylhet District Stadium in Sylhet. All matches were played at the following two grounds:
|Bangabandhu National Stadium||Sylhet District Stadium|
|Capacity: 36,000||Capacity: 18,000|
Eleven referees and 2 match commissioner were appointed by the FIFA for this tournament.
- Tayeb Shamsuzzaman
- Mijanur Rahman
- Jalal Uddin
- Jasim Uddin
- Ferdour Ahmed
- Mohammad Nuruzzaman
- MZF Nahid
- Khamis Mohammed SA Al-Marri
- Bonyadifard Mooud Abbasali
- Hsu Min-Yu
|Malaysia U–23||2–0||Sri Lanka|
|Singapore U–23||2–3||Thailand U–23|
|Adisak 7' |
|Thailand U–23||3–0||Bahrain U–23|
|Saleh 35' (o.g.)
Pakorn 51' (pen.)
|Naim 31' |
- 2 goals
- 1 goal
- Own goal
- "SL confirmed as sixth team". The Daily Star. 10 January 2015. Retrieved 10 January 2015.