|Place of birth Baghdad, Iraq|
2010– Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya
Weight 70 kg
Height 1.75 m
Name Bashar Rasan
|Date of birth (1993-12-22) December 22, 1993 (age 21)|
Current team Iraq national football team (Midfielder)
Bashar resan with air force club 2015 2016
Bashar Resan Bonyan (Arabic: بشار رسن بنيان; born 22 December 1996 in Baghdad, Iraq) is an Iraqi footballer who plays as Midfielder for Persepolis in the Persian Gulf Pro League and the Iraqi national team.
- Bashar resan with air force club 2015 2016
- Bashar resan
- Personal life
- Al Quwa Al Jawiya
- International career
- International goals
Bashar Resan is the son of former Iraq and Sikak Al-Hadeed player of the 70s, Resan Bonyan. He started playing on Palestine Street in the Iraqi capital and had the privilege of being a student at the Ammo Baba Football School from the age of 12 and spent two years at the school before joining Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya at 13.
Rasan started his professional career at Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya, where he made his league debut in 2011. In the 2010-2011 season Bashar was plucked from the Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya junior side where at 14 was playing with boys much older than himself to train with the first team after he was seen in a game by team coach Thair Ahmed and his assistant Walid Dhahid, and he has been a first team member since. The winger has become the youngest player in the history in their 83-year existence and went on to sign a senior contract with the club. He scored the opening goal of the 2016 Iraq FA Cup Final which his team went on to win.
On 3 July 2017, Resan signed a two year contract with Iranian giants and Persian Gulf Pro League Champions Persepolis. He joined the team after the end of the Iraqi regular season, which he won alongside Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya.
On 4 September 2014, Resan made his International debut against Peru in a friendly match that ended 0–2 for Peru.