Adrian Joseph Albert D'Souza

Last Updated : December 2004

Adrian DíSouza making a save against South Africa in Athens. Photograph by Getty Images

Date of Birth March 24, 1984
Birthplace Mumbai (native place Mangalore)
Marital Status Single
Languages Hindi, English
Education BA (Sociology), Rizvi College, Mumbai
Khalsa Junior College (Mumba)
St. Anne's School (Orlem, Mumbai)
Occupation Assistant Manager, Air India
Hobbies Likes to watch NBA, Formula 1 and Football
Address in India Malad (West), Mumbai 400064
Personal Father Albert D'Souza was a football player

Product Of Air India Hockey Academy, Delhi (2001)
Teams Indian Airlines (2005 - present)
Bharat Petroleum Corp. Ltd. (2002 - 2005)
Air India, Mumbai (2001 - 2002)
Bombay Customs, Mumbai (2001)
City Bangalore
Position Goalkeeper
Bombay Gold Cup Apr 2002 - Mumbai (1st), Played for Air India
Best Goalkeeper of the Tournament
Jan 2001 - Mumbai, Played for Bombay Customs
Jawaharlal Nehru Hockey Tournament Nov 2002 - Delhi, Played for BPCL
Nov 2001 - Delhi (1st), Played for Air India
Lal Bahadur Shastri Tournament Nov/Dec 2002 - Delhi, Played for BPCL
Dec 2001 - Delhi, Played for Air India
Murugappa Gold Cup Jul 2003 - Chennai (1st), Played for IHF Juniors
Player of the Final
Jul 2002 - Chennai, Played for IHF Juniors
Surjeet Memorial Hockey Tournament Nov 2002 - Jalandhar (1st), Played for BPCL

Adrian with the Player of the Series trophy of the 2004 Indo-Pak 'Dosti' Series
Photograph by Jewella Miranda, courtesy

International Debut Jan 2004 - Kuala Lumpur - Sultan Azlan Shah Cup
Matches ??
Goals Allowed ??
Olympics Aug 2004 - Athens (7th)
Champions Trophy Dec 2004 - Lahore (4th)
Indo-Pak Hockey Series Sep/Oct 2004 (Lost 2-4)
Goalkeeper of the Series (Pakistani leg)
Player of the Series (Indian leg)
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup Jan 2004 - Kuala Lumpur (LAST)
Junior Asia Cup Apr 2004 - Karachi (1st)
Saved 2 Penalty Strokes in Semi-Final Tie-Breaker against Korea
Best Goalkeeper of the Tournament
African Tour Mar 2003 - Cairo - 7-Nation Akbar el Yom Tournament (3rd)
Asian Tour May 2004 - Gifu (Japan) - 4-Nation Tournament (2nd)
Jan 2003 - Bukit Jalil - 4-Nation Junior Tournament (1st)
European Tour Aug 2004 - Leverkusen - 3-Test Series vs. Ireland (Won 2-1)
Jul 2004 - Dusseldorf - 4-Nation Tournament (2nd)
Jun/Jul 2004 - Amstelveen - 4-Nation Tournament (LAST)
Aug 2003 - Gniezno (Poland) - 6-Nation Junior Challenge (1st)
Best Goalkeeper of the Tournament
Test Series at Home Nov 2004 - Chandigadh - 2-Test Series vs. Spain (Tied 1-1)
Mar 2004 - Delhi - 4-Test Series vs. Malaysia Juniors (Won 4-0)

Photograph by Jewella Miranda, courtesy

Never Played Professionally for a Foreign Club