|Full name||Suk Bahadur|
|Date of birth||15 May 1935|
|Place of birth||Shan state, British Burma|
|Date of death||19 August 2001(age 68)|
|Height||168 cm (5 ft 6 in)|
|Position(s)||Striker , Right winger|
|1952||Shan State FC |
|1952||Army FC |
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Suk Bahadur (Burmese: ဗဟာဒူး) is a Burmese footballer who served as the major for 4th Infantry Battalion (4th Gurkha) of Myanmar Army. He was also a dominating tennis and field hockey player as well as the national 100-meter sprint champion which he held under 11 seconds.
In 1952, Myanmar Football Federation launched inaugural States and Divisions Football Championship to draw out talented footballers from around the country. Along with many new faces, Bahadur was selected from title winning Shan state football team. Later he played for Army football team where he teamed up with future national teammates; Hla Maung, Ba Kyu, Maung Thaung, Hla Aye, Guan Shein, Ba Shwe, David Kyaw San.
Bahadur is married to Khin Than Myint.
The following is a list of championships achieved during his captaincy.
- Asian Games: 1966, 1970 (co-champion with South Korea)
- SEA Games: 1965 (with Thailand), 1967, 1969
- Merdeka Cup: 1964, 1967 (with South Korea)