Bangladesh

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Bangladesh
Flag of Bangladesh Coat of Arms of Bangladesh
Location of Bangladesh
Link to Google map
Link to Wikipedia
Zone: Asia, Africa and Oceania
Continent: Asia
Season: 27
Number of teams (approx): 168 (active ~136)
Level of series: 3
Number of regions: 7
Top series name: Premier League
National cup name: Bangladesh Cup
National coach: ricky_96
U-20 Coach: KingHagi
Currency taka
5,000 taka = 100 US$
Time zone Hattrick Time

Bangladesh is one of the small countries in Hattrick with around 80 users. Currently season 22 is being played. Though Bangladesh has its own language the forums and press are mostly operated in English. This makes Bangladesh ideal for foreign managers to come and communicate with the local managers.

History[edit]

Bangladesh was added to Hattrick around 2006. It had less than 30 users for the first couple of seasons and only had two divisions. Around season 8 the user base started to increase and continued increasing to around 100. But in the end of 2012 the country lost almost half of its users. From the beginning Hattrick Bangladesh had some dedicated users and some of them still hangs around. The oldest active team is Brothers Union. The team started playing since 2007.

Notable teams from Bangladesh[edit]

  • Indomitables , who were the first team to win the League and Cup double. They won it twice in a row in seasons 3 and 4.
  • Asian All Stars FC, Have longest league winning streak with 7 wins in a row. Also the longest cup winning streak.
  • Bengali Hunter, won the premier league 7 times. Also the manager was the first Bangladeshi to become national team coach

Trophies[edit]

None yet.

Bangladeshi staff[edit]

League champions[edit]

Season Team Name Manager Name
27 The Jaguars zishr
26 The Jaguars zishr
25 The Jaguars zishr
24 Bangali Hunters Bangali_Hunter
23 Bangali Hunters Bangali_Hunter
22 Bangali Hunters Bangali_Hunter
21 Bangali Hunters Bangali_Hunter
20 Bangali Hunters Bangali_Hunter
19 Bangali Hunters Bangali_Hunter
18 Dhaka Red Devils Unknown
17 Bangali Hunters Bangali_Hunter
16 Bangali Hunters Bangali_Hunter
15 SymbolicBD sumon
14 SymbolicBD sumon
13 SymbolicBD sumon
12 Asian All Stars FC kamel34
11 Asian All Stars FC kamel34
10 Asian All Stars FC kamel34
9 Asian All Stars FC kamel34
8 Asian All Stars FC kamel34
7 Asian All Stars FC kamel34
6 Asian All Stars FC kamel34
5 Indomitables siftekhar
4 Indomitables siftekhar
3 Indomitables siftekhar
2 Sylhet FC mshakir
1 Barisal Club (Bot) Unknown
0 Khulna Red Club (Bot) Unknown

'Italic text'== Bangladesh Cup champions ==

Season Team Name Manager Name
27 The Jaguars zishr
26 Saimur Lions saimur
25 Bengali Hunter Bengali_Hunter
24 Abahani Fidgets sajib
23 Episkyros Shams_AIUB
22 Abahani Fidgets sajib
21 Episkyros Shams_AIUB
20 Abahani FC adnanchy
19 Bangali Hunters Bangali_Hunter
18 exponent319 zedEye
17 exponent319 zedEye
16 SymbolicBD sumon
15 SymbolicBD sumon
14 SymbolicBD sumon
13 Bondhus United Bondhu
12 SymbolicBD sumon
11 Asian All Stars FC kamel34
10 Asian All Stars FC kamel34
9 Asian All Stars FC kamel34
8 Asian All Stars FC kamel34
7 Asian All Stars FC kamel34
6 Indomitables siftekhar
5 Indomitables siftekhar
4 Indomitables siftekhar
3 Indomitables siftekhar
2 Sylhet FC mshakir
1 Bangla Delta kzbshr

National Teams[edit]

Senior National Team[edit]

Main article: Bangladesh national team

Bangladesh began international play in qualifying for World Cup IX. The team has never advanced out of qualification; their best finish is 5th in their group in qualification for World Cup XV, World Cup XVII and World Cup XIX. Bangladesh best wins can be considered to be the wins against Spain and Switzerland.


U-20 National Team[edit]

Main article: Bangladesh U-20 national team

Bangladesh began international play during the final rounds of U-20 World Cup VIII. The team's first official competition was in qualifying for U-20 World Cup IX. Bangladesh has never advanced out of qualification; their best finish is 4th in their group in qualification for U-20 World Cup XI and U-20 World Cup XVIII. A low user base always made it difficult for Bangladesh to get top class youth talents. With the introduction of Youth Academy things improved a lot. Since than Bangladesh U-20 team started to do a lot better and they have wins against giants like U-20 Netherland and U-20 Belgium.

Regions of Bangladesh Bangladesh

Barisal | Chittagong | Dhaka | Khulna | Rajshahi | Rangpur | Sylhet


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