Tohura Khatun Wiki/Bio, Age, Family, Education, Career, Others

Tohura Khatun is a Bangladeshi women’s footballer who was born on 5 May 2003 in Kolsindur, Mymensingh. She plays as a forward for Bashundhara Kings Women and the Bangladesh women’s national football team. She currently also plays for Bangladesh U-19 and Bangladesh U-16 team.

Name Tohura Khatun
Birthday 5 May 2003
Age 21 years
Birthplace Kolsindur, Mymensingh
Lives In Kolsindur, Mymensingh
Profession Footballer
Height 5 feet 4 inches
Weight 45 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 updated
Mother’s Name : Will be updated
Marital Status : Unmarried
School : Kolsindur government high school
College : Not known
Educational Qualification : Studying

Physical Stats –

Height : 5 feet 4 inches
Weight : 45 Kg
Hair Colour : Black
Eyes Colour : Black

Career –

Tohura was a substitute player of 2015 AFC U-14 Girls’ Regional (South & Central) Championship winning squad of Bangladesh, but still managed to score one goal against Bhutan.[7] But in the next edition of the tournament, Tohura helped her team to retain the title. She was the top scorer of 2016 AFC U-14 Girls’ Regional (South & Central) Championship with 10 goals in just 4 matches. She was the member of the 2017 SAFF U-15 Women’s Championship winning Bangladesh side. She scored a hat-trick against Nepal in the opening match of the tournament, but was injured after the match and could not score any more goals for the rest of the tournament. However, she was still the top scorer of the Bangladesh team, with 3 goals.
Tohura played a vital role for Bangladesh U-15 side to win their first ever invitational overseas trophy in 2018. Bangladesh U-15 girls clinch the title of 2018 Jockey CGI U-15 Youth Football Tournament held in Hong Kong. She ended the four-nation tournament as the highest scorer with 8 goals from 3 matches. Tohura scored two goals against Iran and UAE during 2017 AFC U-16 Women’s Championship qualification. She was also the member of Bangladesh squad at 2017 AFC U-16 Women’s Championship.


Bangladesh Women’s Football League Best Player: 2020