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|Full name||Fazrul Nawaz bin Shahul Hameed|
|Date of birth||17 April 1985|
|Place of birth||Singapore|
|Height||1.79 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|Tampines Rovers FC|
|2011–2012||Singapore Armed Forces||58||(20)|
|2016–||Tampines Rovers FC||10||(10)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 27 September 2015.
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 23:47, 29 March 2016 (UTC)
In 2006 to 2007, Fazrul signed for Young Lions.
Fazrul was released by Geylang United after a contractual dispute and it was reported in Malay newspapers that he had finally signed for Gombak United after strong rumours that he would join Sengkang Punggol with his former team-mates Aide Iskandar, Noh Rahman and Amos Boon. However these rumours have since been proven to be false and Fazrul has been clubless for half a year. In May 2009, Gombak United coach Darren Stewart had announced that Fazrul will be joining his team. He made an immediate impact on his new team, scored 7 goals in 15 appearances for his new club. The following season, he scored 18 goals in 31 games for Gombak United, becoming the highest born local top scorer in the league.
In 2011 he joined SAFFC. And decided to join Lionsxii in 2013. Over the two seasons spent at SAFFC, he scored 20 goals in 58 appearances for the club.
Fazrul left the Warriors for LionsXII in January 2013 to play in the Malaysia super league. However, he was released in December 2013 after scoring just 4 goals in an injury-stricken season.
In December 2014, he signed a 12 months contract with the Malaysia Premier League side, Sabah FA , however he was released 4 months later after suffering from an injury on his left knee. During his 4 months stay with the Malaysian club, he managed to score twice in 5 league appearances for the team.
Return to the Warriors
Following the end of his short stint with Sabah, Fazrul rejoined old club Warriors FC on the 2015 S.League June mid-window transfer deadline after recovering from an injury sustain in Malaysia. He scored two goals in first match after rejoining his old club, leading the Warriors to a 4-1 win over their uniformed rivals Home United. In his second match of the season, he scored the only goal in a 1-0 win over Hougang United, sending the defending champions to second place in the table. Tampines Rovers. He ended the season as the highest local-born scorer in the 2015 S.League season with 18 goals from 24 matches.
In December 2015, He joined Tampines Rovers FC after turning down a new contract at his former club. He scored his first goal for Tampines in the second game of the season against Hougang United. Fazrul ended the season as the second highest local-born scorer with 7 goals.
In the 2007 South East Asian Games, Fazrul's performance in the group stages was largely criticised by the fans and the media. More criticism arose when he failed to score a penalty against Malaysia. If he had scored, Singapore would have avoided favourites Thailand in the semi-final match, which Singapore eventually lost 3–0, ending the nation's hopes for a gold or silver medal. In the Bronze Medal placing match, Fazrul made amends for his poor performance by scoring a hat-trick in a 5–0 victory against Vietnam, winning the bronze medal for Singapore.
Due to an injury to his anterior cruciate ligament, sustained in a league match against Tampines Rovers, Fazrul was forced to miss the 2008 AFF Championship, in which Singapore were knocked out in the semi-finals by Vietnam.
Prior to winning his 78th cap against Japan in a 0-3 defeat, Fazrul has amassed 9 goals in 77 appearances. He scored his 10th international goal in his 80th Singapore cap in a friendly against Myanmar on 24 March 2016. He notched his 11th goal for Singapore and the last of Head Coach Bernd Stange's reign in charge of Singapore.
- Scores and results list Singapore's goal tally first.
- Malaysia Super League: 2013
- Sazali, Abdul Aziz (8 December 2014). "Fazrul Joins Sabah". The New Paper. Retrieved 10 April 2015.
- "Fazrul Nawaz Rejoins Warriors FC". S.League. 27 March 2015. Retrieved 10 April 2015.
- Shawn, Lim (8 December 2014). "Warriors New Look Strikeforce Too Much for Protectors". S.League. Retrieved 10 April 2015.
- Nigel, Chin (9 April 2015). "Fazrul Strikes Again as Warriors Move to Second". S.League. Retrieved 10 April 2015.
- "Fazrul Inspires Warriors To Victorious Comeback". S.League. 17 April 2015.
- "Red-hot Fazrul ready to lead Singapore line". FourFourTwo.
- "Stange's Singapore reign ends in defeat". FourFourTwo.
- Fazrul Nawaz at Soccerway
- Fazrul Nawaz at National-Football-Teams.com