Tahir Zaman (born 6 March 1969) is a former hockey player from Pakistan who had played in the 1992 Olympics at Barcelona, Spain. Zaman, who was the team captain, later served as coach for the team and took part in the 2002 Commonwealth Games.
|Born||6 March 1969|
Zaman also took part in the Olympic Solidarity Hockey Coaching Course as part of the International Hockey Federation's efforts to promote hockey in Asia. Tahir also played a key role in 1994 World Cup victory for Pakistan in Sydney, Australia. Tahir Zaman played in a forward position as a striker and was capped 252 times with 134 goals to his credit.