Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) organises this tournament
as a tribute to Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur
Rahman, who was assassinated in August 1975 by a group of army
The third and fourth editions were officially called Bangabandhu Gold Cup.
Ed Year Winners Runners-Up 1 1996/97 Malaysia Red 2-1 PSM Ujungpandang (Indonesia) 2 1999 Japan League XI 3-2 Ghana Olympic 3 2015 Malaysia 3-2 Bangladesh 4 2016 Nepal 3-0 Bahrain U-23 5 2018 Palestine 0-0 Tajikistan [aet, 4-3 pen] 6 2020 Palestine 3-1 Burundi
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