Masura Parvin Wiki/Bio, Age, Family, Education, Career, Sport Life, International achievement

Masura Parvin is a Bangladeshi women’s football player who was born on October 17, 2001 in Satkhira. she plays as a centre-back for Bashundhara Kings Women and the Bangladesh women’s national football team. She previously played for the Bangladesh women’s national under-16 football team. She played four matches at 2017 AFC U-16 Women’s Championship qualification in Group C held in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Name Masura Parvin
Birthday October 17, 2001
Age 23 years
Lives In Satkhira, Bangladesh
Profession Association Football Player
Height 5 feet 7 inches
Weight 53 Kg
Hair Color Black
Net Worth USD 1-3 million (approx.)
Nationality Bangladeshi
Religion Not Published 
Years Active 2016-Present
Award Not Published 
Alma Mater  Not Published 

Family Members & Education –

Masura Parvin loves to keep her family members details away from the media reach. she is currently single and She is not dating anyone.

Father’s Name : Will be updated
Mother’s Name : Will be update
Marital Status : Unmarried
School : Local high school in Satkhira
College : Will be updated
Educational Qualification : Studying

Physical Stats –

Height : 5 feet 7 inches
Weight : 53 Kg
Hair Colour : Black
Eyes Colour : Black

Career –

Masura parvin is one of the successful Association Football Player. Maria became involved in football in 2016. She was selected to the Bangladesh girls’ U-17 team for the 2017 AFC U-16 Women’s Championship qualification – Group C matches. She made her debut at the tournament during a match against Iran on 27 August 2016 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.



Bashundhara Kings Women

Bangladesh Women’s FoInternational
Winners (2): 2019–20, 2020–21


SAFF Women’s Championship
Runner-up : 2016
South Asian Games
Bronze : 2016
SAFF U-18 Women’s Championship
Champion (1): 2018

Bangamata U-19 Women’s International Gold Cup
Champion trophy shared (1): 2019