Adil Ahmed Khan (born 7 July 1988) is an Indian footballer who currently plays for Churchill Brothers in the I-League as a centre back.
A product of the Sesa Football Academy, Adil Khan started his football career in SESA in 2003 where he played for 5 years before moving to Sporting Clube de Goa in 2008. He would spend 5 years at Sporting, playing for them in various positions, primarily in full back and centre midfield, first in the I-League 2nd Division and later in the I-League for 5 years and scoring 12 goals.
Khan signed for century-old Kolkata-based club Mohun Bagan on a one-year deal for the 2013-14 I-League season. He made his debut for Bagan in the I-League on 22 October 2013 against Bengaluru FC at the Bangalore Football Stadium as Bagan drew the match 1-1. He would go on to make only 6 more appearances and was used primarily as a squad player.
Adil Khan represented Delhi Dynamos in the 2014 Indian Super League where he played as a right back and appeared in 7 matches but could not help his team qualify for the semi-finals.
He joined the newly formed I-League team Bharat FC for the 2014-15 I-League season but prior to the season beginning, endured a season ending injury. Initially, he chose not to have an operation but the result was missing out on the entire season where his team finished last and was later disbanded. He would eventually undergo surgery in the off-season.
After recovering from the injury he sustained while with Bharat FC, Khan signed with I-League 2nd Division side Lonestar Kashmir on a 3 month deal to play in the 2015-16 I-League 2nd Division season. He would feature for his team in the group stage and later in the final round but could only help his team finish 6th and last in the final round after qualifying form the group.
After finishing the season with Lonestar Kashmir, he signed a short term deal with Dempo to play in the Goa Professional League, a state level tournament.
Adil Khan signed for newly re-instated Churchill Brothers for the 2016-17 I-League season. He re-invented himself as a centre back and appeared 18 times for Churchill in a fairly successful season as a starting centre back as his team finished 6th.
Adil made his senior international debut against Azerbaijan for India on 27 February 2012. (Source)