Halicharan Narzary is an Indian professional footballer known for his contributions to the Indian national team and various clubs in the Indian Super League (ISL). He was born on May 10, 1994, in Kokrajhar, Assam, India.
|Real Name||Halicharan Narzary|
|Date of Birth||May 10, 1994|
|Age (as of 2023)||29 years|
|Birthplace||Kokrajhar, Assam, India|
|School||St Claret School, Bengaluru|
|College/University||Presidency College, Bengaluru|
|Known for||Professional Football Career|
|Height (approx.)||5′ 9″|
|Weight (approx.)||75 – 80 kg|
|Body Measurements (approx.)||Chest 42″, Waist 32″, Biceps 15″|
Relationship and Family
Geetanjali Deori Narzary
Father- The Late “Mr. Narzary”
Favorites and Choices:
- Favorite Club: Bengaluru FC
- Favorite Position: Winger
Early Life and Education
Halicharan Narzary was born in Kokrajhar, BTR, Assam, India, on May 10, 1994. His father played a pivotal role in introducing him to the world of football. During his childhood, he played football for his school team. Sadly, his father passed away when he was young, leaving his mother to take on the responsibility of caring for the family.
Football career of Halicharan Narzary
Halicharan Narzary’s football journey began in his village of Kokrajhar, Assam. He started by representing his school team and quickly gained recognition for his talent. His remarkable performances in the school leagues led to an opportunity to attend a trial at a Sports Authority of India (SAI) hostel nearby. Impressed by his skills, he went on to represent Assam at the U-16 National Championships in Mahilpur, where scouts noticed his potential. This began his journey from grassroots football to the professional stage.
- 2010–11 I-League Season: Narzary made his professional debut for Pailan Arrows on May 15, 2011, against Salgaocar. He scored his first professional goal in that match.
- 2012–13 Season: Narzary played a significant role in the 2012–13 season, scoring goals against teams like Delhi United, Shillong Lajong, and Mumbai FC. His last goal for Pailan Arrows came on April 6, 2013. He left the club after making 25 appearances and scoring 5 times in his final campaign with Pailan Arrows.
- 2013–14 Season: Pailan Arrows was disbanded after the 2012–13 season, and Narzary, along with a few other players, was loaned to Dempo SC for the 2013–14 I-League season.
- 2014–15 Season: After spending the off-season as a loanee at FC Goa, Narzary returned to Dempo for the 2014–15 I-League season.
FC Goa (Loan):
- Narzary was loaned to FC Goa for the inaugural season of the Indian Super League (ISL) in 2014. He played his debut match against Chennaiyin FC.
- 2015 Season: Narzary was loaned to NorthEast United by Dempo for the 2015 ISL season.
- 2016 Season: He signed a permanent contract with NorthEast United for the 2016 ISL season.
- 2017–18 Season: Narzary returned to NorthEast for the 2017–18 ISL season after completing his loan term. He left the club after the season, having spent three seasons there.
DSK Shivajians (Loan):
- Narzary was loaned to DSK Shivajians from NorthEast United for the 2016–17 season. He played several matches and scored goals during his loan spell.
- In the 2018–19 season, Narzary signed with Kerala Blasters, playing his debut match against ATK. He was loaned out to Chennaiyin FC midway through the season but returned to Kerala Blasters for the 2019–20 season.
- In January 2019, Narzary joined Chennaiyin FC on loan from Kerala Blasters for the 2018–19 ISL season. He made appearances in both ISL matches and the AFC Cup.
- In August 2020, Narzary signed a two-year deal with Hyderabad FC. He significantly impacted his debut season, scoring goals against various ISL teams.
Bengaluru: In the year 2023, Halicharan Narzary is set to represent Bengaluru FC in the Hero Indian Super League (ISL).
Halicharan Narzary’s club football career has been marked by his versatility and contributions to multiple teams throughout the Indian football landscape, from Pailan Arrows to Hyderabad FC, as he continues to make strides in the Indian Super League.
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🔍Sources: Starindi.com whatever information is given through newspaper, interview, social media, magazine, and other sources.