Nepal Police Club


Nepal Police Club
Nepal Police Club
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Full name Nepal Police Club
Nickname(s) The Cops
Founded 1952
Ground Nepal Police Club Stadium
(Capacity: 8,000)
Chairman NepalIGPRabindra Pratap Shah
Manager Nepal Birat Krishna Shrestha
League Martyr's Memorial A-Division League
Home colours
Away colours

Nepal Police Club formerly known as Mahendra Police Club is departmental police football club of Nepal. They currently play in the top division of the country.

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History

Established five decades ago and named after King Mahendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev, Mahendra Police Club has been part of the new Nepal League since its inception in 2003.The club finished runners-up in the 2004-05 season and were third last year.

Year 2007

The year 2007 has been the most successful year for Mahendra Police Club.They started well in the 2006-07 season with a perfect blend of experienced and amateur players and clinched the Martyr's Memorial A-Division League title. MPC, who have won all Nepalese knock-out tournaments till date, have solid a backline led by experienced national defender Rakesh Shrestha with young but experienced Ritesh Thapa under the bar. Another national team veteran Hari Khadka, former national midfielder Ananta Thapa, Jumanu Rai and Ramesh Budhathoki hold the key to their fortunes in the AFC President’s Cup. Another achievement of MPC was to be the runners-up in the AFC President's Cup 2007 after creating an upset in the semi-finals by beating Regar Tursunzoda. MPC won US $ 25,000 being the runners-up.

Achievements

Player of Nepal Police Club (Red Jersey),While playing against Three Star Club(Blue Jersey)
  • Nepal National League Cup: 2
    • Winner: 1998, 1999
  • Tribhuvan Challenge Shield: 4
    • Winner: 1978, 1979, 1981, 1983
  • Aaha Gold Cup: 5
    • Winner: 2002(Then Caravan Gold Cup), 2003, 2008, 2009, 2010
  • Budha Subba Gold Cup: 3
    • Winner: 2000, 2001, 2003
  • Khukuri Gold Cup: 1
    • Winner: 2004
  • Mahendra Gold Cup: 1
    • Winner: 2004

Performance in AFC competitions

  • Asian Club Championship: 1 appearance
1998: First Round
2007: Finalist
2008: Semi Finalist
2009: in Group Stage
2011: 4° in Group Stage
1998/99: First Round

Current squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Nepal GK Ritesh Thapa
2 Nepal DF Tika Karki
3 Nepal DF Rakesh Shrestha
4 Nepal DF Suraj B.K.
5 Nepal DF Dipendra Paudel
6 Nepal DF Rabin Shrestha
7 Nepal MF Parbat Pandey
8 Nepal MF Dipendra Shrestha
9 Nepal MF Roshan Karki
10 Nepal FW Bharat Khawas
11 Nepal FW Ju Manu Rai
12 Nepal FW Pradip Baniya
No. Position Player
14 Nepal MF Yogesh Shrestha
15 Nepal MF Ananta Raj Thapa
16 Nepal MF Dipak Paudel
17 Nepal MF Bhola Silwal
18 Nepal FW Pankaj Shahi
19 Nepal DF Jitendra Simha Bista
20 Nepal DF Suman Subedi
21 Nepal FW Yogesh Gurung
29 Nepal GK Sushil Shrestha

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