Past Teams
    Perak FA
    mas Malaysia
    Centre Back
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    Mohamad Hisyamudin bin Mohamad Sha’ari (born 5 September 1987) is a Malaysian footballer who plays for Malaysia Super League side Kuala Lumpur as a centre back.

    Club career
    Hisyamudin was a product of Bukit Jalil Sports School, and later in the Kuala Lumpur youth team. He played a few times for the senior team of Kuala Lumpur but later decided to quit professional football in 2007 to further his studies at Universiti Teknologi MARA, taking a Bachelor in Sports Science. While at UiTM, he does not abandon football completely as he represented UiTM Football Club, the university’s football team, in a various amateur competition such as inter-varsity league and the Malaysia FAM Cup competition. He also represented for Malaysia University in 2010 ASEAN University Games at Chiang Mai, Thailand. In 2011, again he represented for Malaysia in World University that held in Shenzen China.

    Hisyamudin re-entry into professional football was unintentional. As he was searching for places to complete his industrial training for his studies, he attends the trial for Perak and was handed a senior contract for the 2011 season after completing the trial. This makes Perak as his first professional team, as he played before for Kuala Lumpur on a youth contract.

    Kuala Lumpur
    On November 2016, he returned to his former club, Kuala Lumpur.

    International career
    Hisyamudin has played for Malaysia U21 between 2004 and 2006. He was on the team that won the 2005 4-Nations invitational tournament in Hong Kong.

    Hisyamudin was called for the Malaysia national team and selected as one of the starting players for Malaysia for the friendly match against Hong Kong on 3 June 2011. He made his debut for the national team in this match.