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2009 under 18 Asia Cup: The victorious Pakistan team had four Dar HA lads (Bilal Qadir, Aleem Bilal, Arsalan Qadir and Faisal Qadir)

2010 South Asian Federation (SAF) Games: Pakistan’s gold medal winning team included M.Saleem Nazim, Imran Butt and Khalid Bhatti

2010 Youth Olympics: Arsalan Qadir, tournament’s top scorer

2011 tour of Egypt by the Pakistan junior team: Three boys (Khalid Bhatti, Bilal Qadir and Aleem Bilal)

2011 Sultan Johor junior tournament in Malaysia: Four Dar HA boys (Aleem Bilal, Khalid Bhatti, Arsalan Qadir and Bilal Qadir)

2012 Junior Asia Cup: Three Dar HA boys (Khalid Bhatti, Faisal Qadir and Aleem Bilal)

2012 Pakistan national team’s pre-Olympic tour of Europe: Khalid Bhatti made the academy proud as he became the first pure product of the academy to win the national senior selection

2012 Sultan Johor junior tournament in Malaysia: Five Dar Academy boys (Aleem Bilal, Khalid Bhatti,Faisal Qadir, Arsalan Qadir and Mohammad Saleem)

2012 Asian Champions Trophy in Qatar: Salman Hussain became the second Dar Academy player to don the senior national Pakistan shirt. Pakistan won the tournament and Salman made appearance in all the matches including the final

2013 Asian under 16 in Malaysia: Pakistan won the title: Two academy boys (Adeel & Sikander Mustafa)

2013: Pakistan national team for tour of Australia and Japan included no less than four boys from the Dar HA: Khalid Bhatti, Salman Hussain, and brothers Arsalan Qadir and Faisal Qadir.

2013: Junior World Cup had 4 boys: Khalid Bhatti, Aleem Bilal, Arsalan Qadir and Bilal Qadir.

2014: Youth Olympics: Sikander Mustafa & Bilal Mahmood

2014: Champions Trophy: Arsalan Qadir. Pakistan reached the final of the Champions Trophy after 16 years. Arsalan Qadir became a national hero- scored two goals including the late winner in the semi-final against the arch rivals and the hosts India.

2015: 4-Nation Tournament in Australia: Arsalan Qadir

2015: Sultan of Johor Cup: 4 players: Bilal Qadir, Sikander Mustafa, Rizwan & Rana Sohail

2015: Junior Asia Cup (Pakistan finished 2nd): Bilal Qadir, M.Rizwan, Rana Sohail & M.Adnan.

2016: South Asian Games (India): Arslan Qadir and Aleem Bilal were members of Pakistan’s gold medal winning team. Aleem was making senior national debut taking the number of Dar HA boys to don national senior blazer to five. Arslan Qadir with 4 goals ended as games’ top scorer.

2016: Sultan Azlan Shah Cup: Aleem Bilal & Arslan Qadir, who again topped the scoring charts and was also man of match in two games.

2016: 4-Nation under 21 Tournament in Hannover: 4 Boys: Bilal Qadir, Rana Sohail Riaz & M.Rizwan

2016: Under 21 Tour of Netherlands & Spain: 3 Players: Bilal Qadir, Sohail Riaz & Usman Nazim

2016: Under 18 series vs Oman (Lahore):4 Players Waqar Younis, Adeel Latif, Ali Aziz & Awais Arshad

2016: 4th Boys Under 18 Asia Cup (Dhaka, Bangladesh: Waqar Younis, Aeel Latif, Ali Aziz & Awais Arshad

2016: 4th Asian Champions Trophy: Aleem Bilal, Arslan Qadir & Faisal Qadir

2016: Sultan of Johor (under 21): Bilal Qadir Rana Sohail, Rizwan

2017: National team tour of New Zealand & Australia: Aleem Bilal, Arslan Qadir & Faisal Qadir

2017: National Junior team tour of New Zealand & Australia: Waqar Younis, Adeel Latif, Awais Arshad, Ali Aziz & Hammad Anjum

Note: All the Pakistani age group teams since 2009 have included Dar HA boys.

Since 2013, Dar HA players have gained selection in almost all the national senior Pakistan teams