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The Underground Football Scene In Bangladesh

Written by Rezwan On 13 March 2014 @ 22:22 pm | 1 Comment

In Bangladesh, English, Quick Reads, South Asia, Sport, Youth

Football was once popular in Bangladesh and then cricket took over in the late nineteen nineties. However the appeal has not died. Padya Paramita [1] digs into the Bangladeshi underground football scene:

At the moment, the underground scene is very competitive, (as well as popular) and attracts large crowds with each tournament.

Md. Omar Mostafiz [2] at Jhalmoori remembers when the “underground” trend started:

The whole concept was developed in the year 2005, by some university students, who were football fans looking to play regular football.

There are many “underground” girls’ and boys’ teams playing regular tournaments in the capital Dhaka.

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[1] Padya Paramita: http://unabmag.com/articles/digging-into-the-bangladeshi-underground-football-scene/

[2] Md. Omar Mostafiz: http://www.jhalmoori.com/archaeology-underground-football-bangladesh/

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