Alfaz Ahmed

Alfaz Ahmed
Personal information
Full name Mohammed Alfaz Ahmed
Date of birth (1973-06-03) 3 June 1973
Place of birth Sylhet, Bangladesh
Playing position Striker
National team
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1994-2008 Bangladesh 55 (11)
Teams managed
Years Team
2013–2016 Mohammedan Sporting Club (Assistant & Youth)

Alfaz Ahmed (Bengali: আলফাজ আহমদ; born: 6 June 1973) is a former Bangladeshi footballer. He is one of the finest strikers the country has ever produced. With a footballing career that has spanned over 28 years, Alfaz has achieved many success both for the national team and his club.

Football career

In August in 1996 he elected as “AFC’s player of the month”, for scoring four goals including a treble for Mohammedan in the AFC Cup Winners Cup in Bangladesh. He was also a member of the Bangladesh squad in their triumphs in the Grand Royal Challenge Cup in Myanmar in 1995, the 1999 SAFF Games in Nepal[1] and 2003 South Asian Football Federation Gold Cup in Bangladesh.[2]

Coaching career

Alfaz Ahmed is now the assistant coach and youth team instructor of Mohammedan Sporting Club, Dhaka.



Gold medal (1): 1999


  1. RSSSF. "8th South Asian Federation Games 1999 (Kathmandu, Nepal)". 21 April 2002. Retrieved on 3 May 2013.
  2. Chaudhuri, Aruvana; Courtney, Barrie; Hai Naveed, Malik Riaz. "South Asian Gold Cup 2003 (Dhaka, Bangladesh)". RSSSF, 2 October 2005. Retrieved on 3 May 2013.
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