Afghan FC

Football club infobox
clubname = Afghan FC


fullname = Afghan FC Chaman
nickname =
founded = n/a
ground = Govt High School Stadium
Chaman, Pakistan
capacity = 4,000
chairman = Flagicon|Pakistan Haji Naseer Ali
manager = Flagicon|Pakistan Akhtar Mohiuddin
league = Pakistan Premier League
season = PPL 2007/8
position = 9th
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Afghan Football Club Chaman or Afghan FC are a football (soccer) club playing in the Pakistan Premier League. The club is based in Chaman, Balochistan. (Named Afghan FC is Chaman is boarder with flag|Afghanistan) The Afghan Club have a loyal fan base with locals turning up in huge numbers to support their team at their home matches held in a makeshift pitch at the Chaman High School Stadium.

They are founding members of the PPL, and have struggled to compete in the league. In 2004, Muhammad Essa’s goals saved them from relegation, however he left for WAPDA FC the following season. There most successful season was in 2005.

Afghan FC barely avoided relegation in the 2006/07 season, finishing in 9th spot 2 points above Wohaib FC who edged out HBL FC in the drop zone to survive as well. In July 2008, the club's long time President, Haji Jamal, passed away while undergoing treatment in Quetta/.

Current Players

Fs player |no=8 |nat=PAK |pos=MF |name=Jadid Khan (captain) Muhammad Haji
Khan Jaded
Agha Shireen
Ami Muhammad
Nasir Abdul
Khan Mehmood
Abdullah
Pathan Jadeed Khan

Former Players

*Flagicon|Pakistan Muhammad Essa
*Flagicon|Pakistan Haroon Yousaf


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