|Full name Mohd Nidzam bin Jamil|
Name Mohd Jamil
|Height 1.88 m|
|Date of birth (1980-04-15) 15 April 1980 (age 35)|
1998-1999 Selangor FA President's Cup Team
Current team AirAsia Football Club
Place of birth Selangor, Malaysia
Mohd Nidzam Jamil (born 15 April 1980) is a former Malaysian footballer. He is a former member of the Malaysian national team. He is also the former head coach for the AirAsia F.C..
At the age of 32, he is one of the youngest coach that has won the senior national level championship title in Malaysia as a coach, for SPA FC in the 2012 Malaysia FAM League. Also in 2012 Malaysia FA Cup tournament, he guided the team to the quarter final, where SPA FC has become the first team from FAM League to reach this stage so far.
He also appeared in Malaysia satellite TV channel Astro Arena as football pundit or as guest commentator in their Malaysian football league programmes. His late brother Zaid Jamil was also a footballer and had represented Selangor and Malaysia.
He spend his majority professional career at Selangor FA. He has started his career in football at the age of 18 in Selangor President Cup squad. He also played with PKNS FC, Negeri Sembilan FA and Proton FC.
Due to injuries and multiple operations on his ankle and knees, he decided to stop playing at the age of 28 and started to concentrate in coaching arena.
Nidzam has played for Malaysia national football team, and the Malaysia under-23 team. Both teams he played for were then under the charge of Allan Harris.
He scored his only international goal in the 2002 Tiger Cup competition, a penalty against Laos in the group stage.