Maria Manda Wiki/Bio, Age, Family, Education, Career, Club, Sport Life

Maria Manda Sangma is a Bangladeshi professional women’s footballer who was born on 10 May 2003 in Mandirgona, Dhobaura, Mymensingh. She plays as a midfielder for both the Bangladesh Women’s Football League club Bashundhara Kings Women and the Bangladesh women’s national football team. Previously she played for the Kalsindur High School team in Mymensingh.

Name Maria Manda Sangma
Birthday 10 May 2003
Age 20 years
Birthplace Mandirgona, Dhobaura, Mymensingh
Lives In Mandirgona, Dhobaura, Mymensingh
Profession Footballer
Height 5 feet 3 inches
Weight 49 Kg
Hair Color Black
Net Worth USD 1-3 million (approx.)
Nationality Bangladeshi
Religion Not Published 
Years Active 2011-Present
Award Not Published 
Alma Mater  Not Published 

Family Members & Education –

Father’s Name : Will be update
Mother’s Name : Will be update
Marital Status : Unmarried
School : Kalsindur High School
College : Not Known
Educational Qualification : Studying

Physical Stats –

Height : 5 feet 3 inches
Weight : 49 Kg
Hair Colour : Black
Eyes Colour : Black

Career –

Maria became involved in football in 2011. In 2013, they became the first champion for the famous Kalsindur Government Primary School in Dhobaura, Maria was a member of that group. Maria Manda was the captain of Bangladesh U-15 team. Under her leadership, Bangladesh became the undefeated champion after defeating India. Maria was called up to the Under-14 national team in 2014. Bangladesh won the AFC U-14 Regional Championship in Tajikistan under her co-captaincy. Maria was also the co-captain of the undefeated champion team in the AFC U-16 qualifiers. Then she took place in the Bangladesh women’s national football team. Maria’s contribution in becoming the runners-up of SAFF for Bangladesh held in Siliguri is not less. As a result, Bangladesh under-15 armband was tied to her arm in the safe. The whole of Bangladesh saw the next story. Bangladesh is the undefeated champion holding the hand of Maria. In South Asian football, the empire-building India lost twice in the same tournament. She was selected to the Bangladesh U16 team for the 2015 AFC U-16 Women’s Championship qualification – Group B matches in 2014. Bangladesh participated in the AFC U-14 Girls’ Regional Championship – South and Central held in Nepal in 2015. Bangladesh women’s national U16 football team played the qualifier for the 2017 AFC U-16 Women’s Championship. And, she played in 2017 AFC U-16 Women’s Championship qualification – Group C matches where Bangladesh became group C champion. Being group C champion, Bangladesh have qualified for the 2017 AFC U-16 Women’s Championship in Thailand in September 2017.