Ahtisham Aslam

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Ahtisham Aslam
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Wah Cantt near Islamabad, Pakistan
OccupationHockey player

Ahtisham Aslam is an international field hockey player representing Pakistan in FIH tournaments. [1] He was born to the family of Muhammad Aslam on the 12th of January 2002 in Wah Cantt near Islamabad, Pakistan. He is also junior rising star of Pakistan hockey who recently participated in a White Card Campaign. [2] Ahtisham represented Pakistan at Asian Hockey 5s Worldcup Qualifier as a defender.[3]

Ahtisham represented Pakistan as a field hockey player in several international hockey events such as 2022 Men's FIH Hockey5s[4], Sultan Azlan Shah Cup, FIH Nation Cup, Junior Asia Cup, Asian Champion Trophy, Men's Hockey 5s Asia Cup Salalah, Asian Games 2023, and Sultan Johor Cup. He plays as a right half, the one who is mainly a defender but also a striker who scores goals when needed.[5][6] Currently, he is employed at MPCL department as a full time hockey player. [7][8]


  1. "ASLAM Ahtisham | Pakistan hockey player". International Hockey Federation. Retrieved 2024-02-03.
  2. "Pakistani Junior hockey stars joined the #WhiteCard Campaign and shared special messages to celebrate the day". Asian Hockey Federation. Retrieved 2024-02-03.
  3. PTI (2023-08-30). "India Thrashes Oman 12-2, Narrowly Loses to Pakistan 4-5 In Asian Hockey 5s World Cup Qualifier". news.abplive.com. Retrieved 2024-02-03.
  4. "International Hockey Federation". tms.fih.ch. Retrieved 2024-02-03.
  5. "Mohith makes crucial save in penalty shootout, India beat Pakistan for bronze". The Times of India. 2023-11-04. ISSN 0971-8257. Retrieved 2024-02-03.
  6. "AUSSIES ROLL OVER PAKISTAN WITH BIG WIN". Malaysian Hockey Confederation. Retrieved 2024-02-03.
  7. "Hockey camp to begin from June 12". www.thenews.com.pk. Retrieved 2024-02-03.
  8. Reporter, The Newspaper's Sports (2023-06-09). "Rehan, Saqlain named on national hockey team's coaching panel". DAWN.COM. Retrieved 2024-02-03.

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