Sanjida Akhter is a famous Bangladeshi women’s football player, who plays as a midfielder for Bashundhara Kings Women and the Bangladesh women’s national football team. She was born in March 20, 2000 on Dhobaura, Mymensingh and also raised in there. She was the member of AFC U-14 Girls’ Regional Championship – South and Central winning Bangladesh U-14 held in Nepal in 2015.
Bangladeshi women football player
|Born||March 20, 2000 ( 23 years )|
|Birthplace||Kolsindur, Dhobaura, Mymensingh|
|Current team||Bashundhara Kings Women|
|Years active||2011 – present|
|Known for||SAFF Women’s Championship|
Family Members & Education
Sanjida Akhter‘s father’s & mother’s name are not available right now. She loves to keep her personal details away from the media reach.
- Father’s Name : Will be updated
- Mother’s Name : Will be updated
- Marital Status : Unmarried
- School : Local high school
- College : Not known
- Educational Qualification : Graduated
Physical Stats –
- Height : 5’ 4” inches
- Weight : 50 kg
- Hair Colour : Black
- Eyes Colour : Black
Sanjida first played in 2011 Bangamata Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib Gold Cup Football Tournament for Kolsindur Govt. Primary School. Since then she has featured in the AFC U-14 Girls Regional Championship – South and Central winner Bangladesh U-14 which was held in Nepal in 2015. The 20-year-old was also present for all matches played in Group C. 2017 AFC Under-16 Women’s Championship Qualification. She played in the 2017 AFC Under-16 Women’s Championship qualification Group C matches. She has been capped 9 times and scored 4 goals for the U-17 national team. As Group C champions, Bangladesh qualified for the 2017 AFC Under-16 Women’s Championship in Thailand in September 2017. She later played in the 2019 AFC Under-19 Women’s Championship qualifiers and the 2020 AFC Women’s Olympic Qualifying Tournament.
Bangladeshi Midfielder Sanjida Akhter while Bangladesh women’s football team pulled the biggest surprise in their history when the girls in red and green handed a massive 6-0 defeat to mighty Malaysia in the first of two FIFA international friendly matches at Birshreshtha Shaheed Mostafa Kamal Stadium, Dhaka, Bangladesh.