|Date of birth||1 May 1973|
|Place of birth||Amman, Jordan|
|Height||1.74 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Jamal Mahmoud (born 1 May 1973) is a Jordanian football manager of Palestinian origin, who was a midfielder for Al-Wehdat and Shabab Al-Ordon. He was the head coach of the Palestine national football team from 2011 to 2014.
Jamal coached his long life club, Al-Wehdat, under Iraqi head coaches Akram Ahmad Salman (2008–2009) and Tha'er Jassam (2009–2010) until he became head coach himself and transferred to coaching in Palestine. In 2013, Mahmoud lead the Palestinian national football team to its first ever win in the WAFF Championship. He also led Palestinian national team to the 2014 AFC Challenge Cup title, securing 2015 AFC Asian Cup spot for the first time in the team's history. On 10 September 2014, Mahmoud resigned as coach of the Palestinian national team, bringing and end to his three successful years at the helm of the team just four months before the 2015 Asian Cup.
- As of 22 September 2018
|Hilal Al-Quds||16 July 2010||30 May 2011||35||24||8||3||69||26||+43||68.57|
|Palestine||15 November 2011||10 September 2014||34||14||7||13||42||43||−1||41.18|
|Shabab Al-Ordon||13 September 2015||13 January 2017||46||21||11||14||67||42||+25||45.65|
|Al-Ahli (Amman)||10 February 2017||6 May 2017||11||3||3||5||11||14||−3||27.27|
|Al-Wehdat||20 May 2017||22 September 2018||38||27||7||4||69||23||+46||71.05|
- Hilal Al-Quds
- Palestine Cup (1): 2011
- Shabab Al-Ordon
- "قبول استقالة مدرب الوطني جمال محمود". Al Resalah. 10 September 2014.