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About the team

The Amu Darya (river), is the largest river in Afghanistan stretching from the footsteps of the Pamir Mountains in northern Afghanistan all the way to the Aral Sea, some 2,600km to the northwest.

The Amu River was also called the Oxus by the Greeks and forms the geographic boundary between Afghanistan on one side and Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, and parts of Turkmenistan on the other.

The Amu River is a major reason why the north of Afghanistan is able to sustain agriculture. The Pamir Mountains also dominate the provinces represented by Mawjhai Amu, particularly Badakhshan. 

This year, despite an extremely difficult situation back home, Mawjhai  Amu persevered to advance to the semifinals of the 2015 RAPL Main Event for the first time in their history. 

They won one of their group stage matches and were awarded the 2015 RAPL FIFA Fair-Play Award.

league position

Year Pos P W L D GF GA GD Pts
2016 1 6 2 4 0 6 10 -4 6
2015 2 6 1 3 2 7 12 -5 5
2014 3 3 1 2 0 6 10 -4 3
2013 4 3 0 2 1 3 7 -4 1
2012 4 3 0 2 1 4 10 -6 0

Player list

#PosPlayerPlayedGoalsYCRC
1Goal KeeperHezbullah Dashti1000
2DefenceAtiqullah Shirzad3000
3DefenceBaryalai Mohammadzada1000
4DefenceAbdul Qayoom Dawlatzai1000
5DefenceAli Rayez Moradi1000
6CenterAbdul Jabar Arabzada1000
7CenterQesmat Ahmadi1000
8DefenceHedayatullah Ahmadi1000
9ForwardLal Pacha Tarakhil 1000
10ForwardMasoud Qarizada1000
11ForwardHaji Khal Mohammad Soroush 1000
12CenterMohammad Zaki Atayee1000
13CenterNasir Ahmad Hatami1000
14ForwardAhmad Farzad Talash1000
15CenterDad Mohammad Jafari1000
16DefenceAbdul Rahim Rahmani1000
17CenterAbdul Rahman Nasiri0000
18CenterObidullah Afzali1000
19ForwardDel Agha Mohammadi1000
20Goal KeeperSaboor Aslami1000
21Goal KeeperMahboobullah Kakar1000
 

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