Nepal Army Club

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Nepal Army Club
Roundel of Nepal.svg
Sport Cricket
Football
Founded 1951; 66 years ago (1951)
League National League Cricket
Martyr's Memorial A-Division
Based in Kathmandu
Stadium Dasarath Rangasala Stadium (Football)
Owner(s) Nepalese Army
President COAS Gaurav Shumsher JB Rana
Head coach Arun Aryal (Cricket)
National League Cricket wins 1 (2015) (One Day)
1 (2013) (Twenty20)
Website http://www.nepalarmy.mil.np/

Nepal Army Club, previously known as Tribhuvan Army Club, is the departmental Army sporting club of Nepal. In cricket they play top domestic league National League Cricket, whereas in football they currently play in the top division of the country Martyr's Memorial A-Division League.

History[edit]

The departmental army team under the name of Army XI had won the fourth A-division league in 1957/58. It has placed in between second to fifth position in the league in recent years.

Style of Play[edit]

The army is known for their intensity game and speed.

Cricket League[edit]

Nepal Army Club is one of the three departmental teams to play in National League Cricket. Other nine regional teams along with APF Club compete with Nepal Army Club in the league. APF formed a cricket team in September 2010.[1] Binod Bhandari is the current captain and Arun Aryal is the coach of the team.

Players[edit]

The following list contains the players in Nepal Army's squad for the 2015 National One Day Cricket Tournament:

Current Football squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
10 Nepal FW Bharat Khawas
Nepal GK Bikash Malla
Nepal DF Chun Bahadur Thapa
Nepal DF Ram Kumar Biswas
Nepal MF Tanka Basnet
No. Position Player
15 Nepal MF Raju Tamang
Nepal FW Santosh Dayal
Nepal Santosh Nepali
Nepal Hiranya Magar
10 Nepal FW Bharat Khawas
Nepal MF Dip Lama
Nepal MF Padam Moktan
Nepal DF Deepak Gurung

Honours[edit]

  • Pokhara Cup
2011: Runners-up[2]
  • Aaha Rara Gold Cup

2072 : Runners up

  • Manmohan Smriti Gold Cup

2073 : Winners 2073:winner

     Hetauda Gold Cup

See also[edit]

Nepalese Army
Nepal Police Club
APF Club
Martyr's Memorial A-Division League
Nepal Army Football Club

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