16 Best and Famous Football Clubs of Pakistan

16 Best and Famous Football Clubs of Pakistan

Football Clubs of Pakistan 

Football clubs play a very important role to promote any sport in the country. Pakistan with a populace of 220 million, a large portion of them cricket insane, football was continually going to assume a supporting role in Pakistan. Yet, nobody might have imagined that, at some point, Pakistan would be the leading country among the 47 individuals from the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) without a solitary success in the FIFA World Cup qualifiers. 

Player advancement, foundation, subsidizing, grassroots, and clubs are the pillars on which nations have manufactured footballing administrations.

Afghan F.C. Chaman :

Afghan Football Club Chaman or Afghan F.C. is a football club based in Chaman in Balochistan, Pakistan, a fringe city near Afghanistan. The club plays their home match at Jamal Nasir Stadium in Chaman and contends in Pakistan Premier League. In 2000, Afghan F.C. Chaman played in a greeting visit at Kandahar Stadium, Afghanistan, against Kandahar's neighbourhood group.

During the third and last round of the visit, Taliban strict police burst into the ground and halted the centre's game. The Taliban captured twelve of the Afghan Chaman's players and had their heads shaved as discipline for wearing shorts, including Muhammad Essa. Afghan Chaman is one of the establishing individuals from the Pakistan Premier League.

Afghan Chaman stayed away from transfer in the 2006–07 season, completing five focuses above the assignment zone in the ninth spot. Afghan Chaman created numerous incredible players for the national group, including previous public group commander and current K-Electric's aide manager Muhammad Essa and Jadeed Khan. 

Baloch F.C. :

Baloch Nushki Football Club, usually known as Baloch F.C. is a professional football club based in Nushki, Balochistan. It contends in Pakistan Premier League, playing the ebb and flow season after picking up advancement from the 2014-15 Pakistan Football Federation League. Baloch Nushki played in the 2006–07 National Club League and won the competition.

They were advanced to 2007–08 Football Federation League. In the 2014-15 Football Federation League, they lost to Pakistan Navy in the last. They were elevated to Pakistan Premier League. Baloch Nushki was the leading club that began in National Club League and went to Pakistan Premier League. From level 3 to level 1. 

Fanats FC :

Fanats FC is a Pakistani football club based in Karachi. Fanats FC is claimed and overseen by Mohammed Khanani. The club's home ground is the Sharafi Mohammedan Stadium and is right now playing Club 360 Premier League. Fanats FC was framed in 2005 when football was as yet not mainstream in Karachi. Numerous different clubs were shaped close by Fanats FC, yet the vast majority of them vanished, and regardless of experiencing some troublesome occasions, Fanats FC rose more grounded than before. Fanats FC shares the Korangi Baloch Football Stadium with different football clubs in Karachi. +-

K-Electric F.C:

K-Electric Football Club, regularly alluded to as K-Electric F.C., or just known as K.E., is a Pakistani football club found in Karachi, Sindh, that plays in the Pakistan Premier League. The club's home arena is Peoples Football Stadium and is a subsidiary with K-Electric. K-Electric, along with Karachi Port Trust and Karachi United, is among Karachi's significant football clubs.

Established in 1913, K-Electric won advancement in 2005 from the Pakistan Football Federation League when they wrapped other Pakistan Railways participants. The club won their first group title in 2014–15 season, beforehand completing as sprinters up in the previous two seasons, turning into the top club from Pakistan to have qualified for AFC Cup. The club tones, reflected in their peak and pack, are back and yellow.

In August 2015, K-Electric F.C. made Pakistan football history by turning into the primary Pakistan football club to advance into the AFC Cup Play-Offs to beat Bhutan's victors, Mongolia. They drew 3-3 with Druk United before beating Khoromkhon 1-0. Notwithstanding, at the end of the season games, they lost 2-0 to Al-Hidd.

In October that same year, K-Electric F.C. contended in the Sheikh Kamal International Club Cup. Their striker Muhammad Rasool scored four objectives in 3 games. K-Electric additionally arranges different youth activities, for example, the K-Electric Lyari U16 Football League. 

PEL F.C:

Pak Elektron Football Club is a Pakistani football club based in Lahore, Punjab. The club last contended in 2011–12 Pakistan Premier League when they were consigned toward the period.

Muslim F.C:

Muslim Football Club is a Pakistani football club based in Chaman, Balochistan, that contends in Pakistan Premier League. The players are semi-proficient, most having another wellspring of pay other than playing for the team. Formation and promotion. The club was framed in 2010 in Quetta, Balochistan, and entered the Football Federation League, the second division of Pakistani football.

In 2010–11 Pakistan Football Federation League, the club was set in Super League with nearby adversaries Afghan Sports and Baloch Quetta and University Football Club and Wohaib. The club won their first historically speaking proficient game defeating University Football Club 1–0. In their second and third match, the club crushed neighbourhood rivals Afghan Sports and Baloch Quetta 3–2 and 3–0, respectively. The club completed their last gathering stage coordinate in a 1–1 draw against Wohaib. The club bested their gathering and earned advancement to the 2011–12 Pakistan Premier League.

On 15 December 2010, the club confronted the champ of departmental leg, Pakistan Police, to decide the victor of the 2010–11 Pakistan Football Federation League. Muslims lost the match 2–1, the club's striker Saeed Ahmed scored four objectives in 5 appearances. In 2017, Muslim Football Club crushed Chashma Green to win the All Pakistan Peace Tournament. 

NBP F.C. :

Public Bank of Pakistan Football Club, generally realized as National Bank or NBP is a Pakistani football club based in Karachi, Sindh. The club competes in Pakistan Premier League, the top-level of Pakistani football, since winning advancement in 2004–05 season. The club has won the Football Federation League twice, first in 1993 and second in 2004–05, and National Football Challenge Cup double, winning their first in 1993 and second in 2013. 

SSGC F.C:

Sui Southern Gas Company Football Club, generally realized as SSGC or Sui Southern Gas, is a professional association football club based in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, which plays in the Pakistan Premier League, the top level of Pakistani football. They play at the Punjab Stadium and the Korangi Baloch Stadium.

They share a contention with Sui Northern Gas. The matches between different sides are known as the "Sui Derby." On 17 September 2018, the club won the single-leg advancement at the end of the season games 7–1 against Gwadar Port Authority, which earned them advancement to the 2018-19 Pakistan Premier League.

WAPDA F.C:

WAPDA Football Club is an expert football club of Water and Power Development Authority, based in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan, that competes in the Pakistan Premier League. As of late, they took an interest in the 2018 National Challenge Cup, where they lost to Pakistan Air Force in the finals. WAPDA has been Pakistan champions eight times, winning four titles in Pakistan Premier League.

They won their first association title in 1983, beating Habib Bank, and rehashed this accomplishment in 1991 against Habib Bank. In 2001, they overcame Khan Research Laboratories to win their third title and held their title in 2003 against Pakistan Army. In 2004 in the revamped Pakistan Premier League, they turned into the debut champions when they pushed Pakistan Army into second in the last day decider. Their greatest accomplishment came in 2007–08 season when they completed the season unbeaten after defeating Pakistan Army on the last day.

They are the leading Pakistani club to end the season unbeaten and procure the title of Invincibles. Since the beginning of the Pakistan Premier League, WAPDA has become one of Pakistan's three predominant clubs, along with Pakistan Army and Khan Research Laboratories.

HBL F.C.:

Habib Bank Limited Football Club, or generally realized as Habib Bank Football Club and HBL F.C., is a Pakistani football club based in Karachi, Sindh, who play in the Football Federation League. The club was shaped in 1975 by the Habib Bank, consequently the nickname, the Bankers. HBL won the National title in 1982, beating Pakistan Railways into the second spot.

They have likewise been other participants multiple times. They were establishing individuals from the Pakistan Premier League. They were consigned in the 2006–07 season, yet were chosen for return following the group's development alongside Pakistan Airlines. 

Honours:

Habib Bank Limited Football Club, or usually realized as Habib Bank Football Club and HBL F.C., is a Pakistani football club based in Karachi, Sindh, who play in the Football Federation League. The club was shaped in 1975 by the Habib Bank, consequently the nickname, the Bankers. HBL won the National title in 1982, beating Pakistan Railways into the second spot.

They have additionally been other participants multiple times. They were establishing individuals from the Pakistan Premier League. They were consigned in the 2006–07 season, yet were chosen for return following the association's development alongside Pakistan Airlines. 

Pakistan Army F.C:

The Pakistan Army Football Club is a Pakistani football club based in Rawalpindi, Punjab. The club was set up in 1950 by Pakistan Army and is the third most seasoned existing club in Pakistan after K-Electric (1913) and Pakistan Navy (1948). The club plays in Pakistan Premier League under the permit from Pakistan Football Federation (PFF). Pakistan Army has won the first-class football alliance in Pakistan 4 times, the National Football Challenge Cup 2 times, and Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 5 times.

The Pakistan Army spoke to Pakistan in the AFC President's Cup 2006, 2007, as last season's public bosses. In the two cases, the Army indicated terrible showings, completing the lower part of their gatherings and neglecting to meet all requirements for the competitions' following rounds. In 2016, Pakistan Army defeated Pakistan Airlines in the All-Pakistan Football Tournament at the Peoples Football Stadium in Karachi.

Pakistan Steel F.C:

Pakistan Steel Football Club is a Pakistani football club subsidiary with Pakistan Steel Mills and is based outside the Karachi city in the Pakistan Steel Township. It played in 2008–09 Pakistan Premier League after winning advancement by coming in the 2007–08 Football Federation League. It is playing in the 2020-21 Football Federation League. 

Team:

Muhammad Akram (Captain), Abdul Hafeez (Vice-Captain), Haroon Rasheed, Mamoon Rasheed, Fazal Hussain, Muhammad Tariq, Abrar Ahmed, Muhammad Maqbool, Nadir Ali, Muhammad Bux, Muhammad Arshad, Kareem Bakhsh, Sarfraz, Muhammad Illyas, Muhammad Tariq, Nasir Ahmed, Muhammad Akmal, Najeeb Hassan, Naveed Raza, Aamir Wali Khan, Adnan Iqbal, Baseer Ahmed, and Abdul Wahab. 

PIA F.C :

Pakistan Airlines Football Club or ordinarily realized as PIA F.C. is a Pakistani football club based in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. The club was to contend in 2018–19, yet pulled back because of money related issues. The club is the best in Pakistan, as far as alliance titles, winning nine titles with their first-class title in 1971, and their last title win was in 1998–99. The club was established in 1958 to represent Pakistan International Airlines in Inter-Departmental League.

Their first title came in 1971 when they defeated Karachi in the finals; the club effectively protected their title in 1972 when they held off Peshawar White. Their third title came in the first of the two 1975 seasons, overcoming common side Punjab A.

In 1976 they held their title, holding off a test from Pakistan Railways F.C. Pakistan Airlines were protecting victors in 1978, after there was no football in 1977 due to martial law, they kept on ruling Pakistani football and beat Sindh Red to take the title for the fifth time. They defeated Pakistan Air Force in 1981 to win their 6th title. They needed to sit tight for eight years for their next title win, Sindh Government Press, which was beaten in 1989. In 1992–93, they won their eighth title when they defeated Pakistan Army. In the 1997(II) season, they warded off extreme rivalry from Allied Bank to win their ninth public title. 

Pakistan Premier League era:

The club was included in 2007–08 Pakistan Premier League, as the association extended from 12 to 14 groups. In their first season, the club finished in 6th position. The club contested in the 2008 National Football Challenge Cup but finished third in their gathering and neglected to qualify.

In the 2008–09, the club dropped two places and completed eighth, even though the club performed well in the 2009 National Football Challenge Cup, as they wrapped other participants to Khan Research Laboratories, losing the finals 1–0. In 2011–12 Pakistan Premier League, the club recorded their most excellent when they lost 4–0 to Khan Research Laboratories at home.

The club completed their most important position in Pakistan Premier League when they finished fourth in the 2014–15 Pakistan Premier League and were other participants in the 2015 NBP National Challenge Cup, losing again to Khan Research Laboratories. In the 2018–19 season, they were disposed of in the 2018 National Challenge Cup group arranges and pulled back from the association because of budgetary issues and were consigned.

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