|Full name||Subimal Goswami|
|Date of birth||15 January 1938|
|Place of birth||Kishoreganj, Bengal (now in Bangladesh)|
|1946–1954||Mohun Bagan Junior Team|
|1986–1989||Director, Tata Football Academy|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 27 May 2008|
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 27 May 2008
|Full name||Subimal Goswami|
|Bowling||Right arm fast medium|
|Domestic team information|
|1962/63 – 1972/73||Bengal|
Source: Cricinfo, 7 March 2014
Subimal Goswami (born 15 January 1938) commonly known by his nickname Chuni Goswami) is an Indian international footballer and first class cricketer. He was born in Kishoreganj District of undivided Bengal (now in Bangladesh). As a striker, he played 50 international matches representing India. As a first class cricketer, he played Ranji Trophy for Bengal.
Chuni Goswami holds the distinction of playing for a single club, Mohun Bagan, throughout his club career despite numerous offers from other clubs including one reported offer from Tottenham Hotspur.
Goswami joined the Mohun Bagan Junior Team in 1946 at the age of 8 years. He was a part of the Junior squad up to 1954 and then graduated to the Mohun Bagan senior team. He continued playing for Mohun Bagan till his retirement in 1968. During his stay with the club, he captained the club in 5 seasons from 1960 to 1964.
Chuni Goswami made his international debut for India in 1956 during the team's 1-0 victory over the Chinese Olympic team. He went on to play for India in 50 international matches including in Olympics, Asian Games, Asia Cup and Merdeka Cup. He captained India to the Asian Games Gold Medal in 1962 and a Silver in the 1964 Asia Cup in Tel Aviv and in the Merdeka Cup.
Selected international goals
|26 May 1958||Korakuen Velodrome, Tokyo||Burma||3–2||1958 Asian Games||1|
|30 May 1958||Tokyo Football Stadium, Tokyo||Hong Kong||5–2||1958 Asian Games||1|
|28 August 1962||Senayan Stadium, Jakarta||Thailand||4–1||1962 Asian Games||1|
|1 September 1962||Senayan Stadium, Jakarta||South Vietnam||3–2||1962 Asian Games||2|
|2 June 1964||Bloomfield Stadium, Jaffa||Hong Kong||3–1||1964 AFC Asian Cup||1|
|27 August 1964||Kuala Lumpur, Malaya||Cambodia||4–0||1964 Merdeka Tournament||1|
|29 August 1964||Kuala Lumpur, Malaya||Thailand||2–1||1964 Merdeka Tournament||1|
Chuni Goswami made his first class debut for Bengal in the Ranji Trophy during the 1962/63 season. He was a Right Handed Batsman and a Right Arm Medium Pacer. After retiring from football, Goswami fully focussed on playing cricket. He led Bengal cricket team to a Ranji Trophy final. In his cricket career, which spanned up to 1972/73 season, he played 46 first class matches, scoring 1592 runs and took 47 wickets.
Chuni Goswami is a very versatile personality. He turned out on occasion for his club hockey team. He also enacted a featured part in a Bengali movie Prothom Prem. He was also the Sheriff of Kolkata in 2005.He also played Lawn Tennis in South Club.
Chuni Goswami won numerous awards during his playing career as well as after retirement for his contribution towards Indian football. The major awards won by him are:
- Chuni Goswami Profile - Indian Football Player Subimal Chuni Goswami Biography - Information on Chuni Goswami Indian Footballer
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- Indian Football Capital's News : EAST BENGAL VS MOHUNBAGAN IN CFL - 2007 Archived 14 September 2008 at the Wayback Machine.
- Calcuttaweb - Sports Personality : Chuni Goswami Archived 22 June 2008 at the Wayback Machine.
- Ghoshal, Amoy. "Indian football team at the Asian Games: 1958 Tokyo". Sportskeeda.com. Retrieved 19 June 2016.
- Ghoshal, Amoy. "Indian football team at the Asian Games: 1962 Jakarta". Sportskeeda.com. Retrieved 5 July 2018.
- "INDIA AND KOREA TO CONTEST SOCCER FINAL". The Sunday Standard. 2 September 1962. Retrieved 5 July 2018.
- "India Rout Cambodia in Merdeka Soccer". The Indian Express. 28 August 1964. Retrieved 5 July 2018.
- "India score second successive victory". The Sunday Standard. 30 August 1964. Retrieved 5 July 2018.
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- Players and Officials - Chuni Goswami, from Cricinfo.