Bangladesh Football Team | The Daily Star
  • 10 days is good enough: Day

    Bangladesh football team's English coach Jamie Day might have had success with the U-23 team in the Asian Games and the AFC U-23 Championship Qualifiers, but his real test with the senior team awaits in June's pre-qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup and 2023 Asian Cup.

  • Booters up against Tajikistan tomorrow

    Bangladesh football team will be looking to come out with a good performance in the first-leg play-off of the Asian Cup qualifiers against hosts Tajikistan tomorrow.

  • Bangladesh, Nepal thru to the semis after goal-less draw

    Bangladesh football team moves to the semi-final of the Bangabandhu Gold Cup 2016 as the Group-A champion after a goal-less draw against Nepal in the final Group-A match held at the Bangabandhu National Stadium in Dhaka.

  • Booters salvage 1-1 draw against Malaysia XI

    Bangladesh football team salvage a 1-1 draw against Felda United FC from Malaysia in a Group-A match of the Bangabandhu Gold Cup 2016 held at the Bangabandhu National Stadium in Dhaka.

  • Bangladesh make winning start beating SL 4-2

    Bangladesh beat Sri Lanka 4-2 in the opening match of Bangabandhu Gold Cup 2016 at the Shamsul Huda Stadium in Jessore.

  • Afghanistan beat Bangladesh 4-0

    Bangladesh Football Team lose 0-4 to defending champion Afghanistan in their first match of Group B in the SAFF Suzuki Cup 2015 at Trivandrum International Stadium in Kerala, India.

  • Bangladesh beat Nepal 1-0

    Bangladesh beat Nepal 1-0 in a warm up match of SAFF Championship at Bangabandhu National Stadium in Dhaka.

  • World Cup qualifier: Australia beat Bangladesh 4-0

    Tim Cahill hat-trick powers visiting Australia to a 4-0 victory over hosts Bangladesh in a FIFA World Cup qualifier match.

  • Socceroos due Nov 14 for WC qualifier

    The Socceroos confirm that they will be arriving in Bangladesh on November 14 to play a World Cup qualifying match against Bangladesh.

  • Socceroos flag Bangladesh security fears to FIFA

    The Socceroos' World Cup qualifier in Bangladesh next month was thrown into doubt after Football Federation Australia (FFA) officially notifies FIFA of their security fears.