Amrinder Singh is an Indian footballer. He was born on 27 May 1993 in Mahilpur, Punjab, India. He plays in the Indian Super League for Mumbai City as a goalkeeper.
Amrinder began playing football from a very young age but started playing seriously from the age of 15 after he joined his schools' government run academy, Sports Wing Academy in Paldi, Hoshiarpur in Punjab.
Initially Amrinder was a striker at the under-17 level at Sports Wing Academy but got noticed for his good capacity as a goalkeeper and thus changed his role.
He was really superb as a goalkeeper and continued with the Sports Wing Academy for another two years. While still at Sports Wing, Amrinder got a chance to represent the Punjab state national team at the under-17 and under-19 levels.
His greatest achievement while with the Punjab team was when he helped Punjab win the BC Roy Trophy. After winning the BC Roy Trophy he got chance in the under-19 squad.
During the 2014 Asian Games Amrinder represented India U23 and was the starting 'keeper in both of India's games.
Rise to Glory
On 27 March 2015 he played in India U23s as a captain against Uzbekistan U23.
It was a 2-0 loss of India U23s to Uzbekistan U23 in which he was the captain.
After joining the Pune Academy and impressing with his goalkeeping skills, Amrinder got a chance to show his talent in the first team squad of Pune in 2001.
He made his debut for Pune as a substitute during the 2011 Indian Federation Cup. Pune lost the match 1–2.
Singh made his I-League debut for Pune again as a substitute in the 21st minute against East Bengal. Pune lost the match 1–3 with Amrinder to blame for all 3 goals. And this thing continued in one more match.
On 5 February 2012 Singh showed his capability by full avoidance of opponents from scoring any goals during the entire match against then league leaders Dempo. Pune won the match 1–0.
In the AFC Champions League qualifier tie against Hanoi T&T held On 29 January 2014, Singh made his international club debut for Pune.
Atlético de Kolkata signed him for the 2015 Indian Super League season on loan from Pune.
He was signed by Bengaluru FC on loan again from Pune FC. He performed very well and went on to move through the season with 9 clean sheets and won the best goalkeeper award in the I-League and he also performed well at AFC Cup.
He was the captain for India U23s for the 2016 AFC U-23 championship qualifiers held in Bangladesh.