Kaleem Ullah is a famous Pakistani football player who was born on September 20, 1992, in Chaman. He is a graduate of Government High School Chaman. Kaleem Ullah holds sporty family background as he is the cousin of the highest goal scorer and former Pakistan National Team captain, Muhammad Essa Khan. Kaleem Ullah Khan is the first Pakistani Football player who has signed an international football management agency known as Korastars Sports Agency. He signed to play for this agency in 2015.
He plays for K-Electric on loan basis from Pakistan National team and Tulsa Roughnecks. He plays as a midfielder or forward and has also performed a variety of attacking roles whether it be an attacking midfielder, center forward, second striker or on either wing. He holds such strong potential and passion for football in him and has made his name in a very short period of time. He has always been praised for his stupidity, consistency, hard work and right positioning in scoring and creating many goals.
In 2011, Khan set the record of scoring 77 points in Pakistan Premier league. He also won the Pakistan Premier League with Khan Research Laboratories. In the same year, Kaleem Ullah played with KRL and also won the Challenge cup with the golden victory of 1-0 against the rivals K-Electric. In 2013 season, he won his fourth league title and it was also the last league title. At AFC President Cup which was held in 2013, Kaleem Ullah Khan was declared as the best player in the Pakistan Premier League because of his passionate performances not only domestically but also internationally. He was also awarded the player of the year title by Pakistan Football Federation in the same year.
Khan started his international career in 2010 when he played in the under-23 team for the 2010 Asian games. He represented Pakistan at various youth levels and also got successful in making his debut in a 6-0 group stage defeat against Thailand. He also scored one goal and earned seven caps for the team. On March 4, 2011, prior to the qualifiers, Kaleem Ullah Khan earned his first senior cap for Pakistan in a 0-0 draw match against Palestine. In this game, At the Punjab Stadium, he made his debut as a substitute.
Now, Kaleem Ullah Khan is a name which is known around the globe and he still has a long way to go.