|Full name||Mohamed Abdel-Kader Coubadja-Touré|
|Date of birth||April 8, 1979|
|Place of birth||Sokodé, Togo|
|Height||1.74 m (5 ft 8 1⁄2 in)|
|1995–1997||Étoile Filante de Lomé||23||(27)|
|2006–2007||→ Al Jazira (loan)||9||(7)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of October 20, 2011|
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of July 20, 2010
Mohamed Abdel-Kader Coubadja-Touré (born April 8, 1979) is a Togolese association football forward.
A Togo international, he helped them reach the 2006 World Cup, their first World Cup ever. He further scored the team's first ever World Cup goal in a loss to South Korea. The goal was also Togo's only goal scored at the World Cup in Germany in 2006. Kader's star rose in his home country after he scored the late winner in the 1998 African Cup of Nations match against Ghana, thus securing Togo's first ever win at the tournament. The forward later played in the 2000 and 2002 editions, as well as featuring in Togo's disappointing campaign in Egypt in 2006. On 13 June 2006, he made history by scoring Togo's first and to date only ever World Cup goal in their first group match against South Korea, with a well-taken finish.
After starting out with Étoile Filante de Lomé, he left Togo for CA Bizertin (Tunisia) before landing at AC Parma in Italy in 1998, from where he had loan spells at clubs in Switzerland, Egypt and Italy. In 2003/4 he scored 19 goals in 35 matches for Swiss outfit Servette and was elected best Togolese player abroad. Kader also played for Guingamp in France, but left the club in the summer of 2008.