Abahani Limited Dhaka

For the Chittagong football team, see Abahani Limited (Chittagong). For the cricket team, see Abahani Limited cricket team.
Abahani Limited Dhaka
Full name Abahani Limited, Dhaka
Nickname(s) The Sky Blue Brigades
Founded 1972 (1972)
Ground Bangabandhu National Stadium
Ground Capacity 36,000
Chairman Kazi Nabil Ahmed
Manager Satyajit Das Rupu
Coach Austria György Kottán
League Bangladesh Premier League
2014–15 4th

Abahani Limited (Bengali: আবাহনী ক্রীড়াচক্র) is a sports club in Bangladesh. It was established at Dhaka in 1972.


Abahani Limited, Dhaka football team plays in the Bangladesh Premier League as of 2014.[1] The club was founded by Sheikh Kamal the son of the father of nation Sheikh Mujibur Rahman

Current squad

Dhaka Abahani Squad for 2015–16 season.

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

No. Position Player
1 Bangladesh GK Shahidul Yousuf Sohel
2 Bangladesh DF Ariful Islam
3 Bangladesh DF Waly Faisal
4 Bangladesh DF Topu Barman
5 Ghana DF Samad Yussif
6 Bangladesh MF Emon Mahmud
7 Bangladesh MF Hemanta Vincent Biswas
8 Bangladesh DF Pranotosh Kumar Das (Captain)
9 Bangladesh FW Towhidul Akam Towhid
10 Bangladesh FW Wahed Ahmed
11 Bangladesh FW Faisal Mahmood
12 Bangladesh DF Jewel Rana
13 Bangladesh MF Omar Faruk Babu
15 Bangladesh DF Nahidul Islam Nahid
16 Bangladesh DF Nasirul Islam Nasir
No. Position Player
17 Bangladesh FW Aminur Rahman Sajib
18 Bangladesh DF Shakil Ahmed Jr.
19 Bangladesh DF Tutul Hossain Badsha
20 Nigeria FW Sunday Chizoba
21 Bangladesh MF Shahedul Alam Shahed Jr.
22 Bangladesh GK Uttam Barua
23 Bangladesh MF Atiqur Rahman Fahad
24 Ghana FW Osei Morrison
25 Bangladesh GK Sultan Ahmed Shakil
26 Bangladesh FW Khalekuzzaman Sobuj
27 Nigeria DF Ubom Henry Felix
29 Bangladesh DF Abu Sufian
30 Bangladesh GK Mitul Hossain Badsha
32 Bangladesh FW Omar Faruk
35 Bangladesh GK Abdul Kader
35 The Gambia FW Abdou Darboe


2007–08 , 2008–09,2009–10, 2011-12
1982*, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2010, 2016


  1. "Abahani Limited, Dhaka". Soccerway. Perform. Retrieved 2 May 2014.
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