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Gojra (Urdu: ), the capital of Gojra Tehsil, is a city of Toba Tek Singh District in the Punjab province of Pakistan[1], it is located at 3316'60N 7320'60E[2] and is located 30 miles (50 km) from Faisalabad, 125 Km from Burewala,157 km from Vehari and 20 miles (32 km) north of Toba Tek Singh[3]. (See: Punjab Administrative Map)
Gojra town was established in 1896 when colonisation of Lyallpur (Faisalabad) began. The railway line between Lyallpur and Gojra was laid in 1899.
Gojra became famous in Pakistan after contributing a number of players to the Pakistan Hockey team, including Iqbal Bali and Muhammad Aslam (famous as Aslam Roda).[8] When they returned to Gojra they established their own hockey teams, and provided free training to the youth of the village. The biggest event in the calendar it used to be the annual fixture between these two teams. This match use to attract a huge crowd. This actually created a nursery for the Pakistan hockey team and many of the Pakistan hockey team players including Tahir Zaman, Muhammad Shahbaz Junior, Muhammad Qasim (died on the day of Eid ul-Fitr 2006 due to Cancer).

The Gojra Hockey Club (a local club, has won this years Jat Tar Singh memorial U19 (Under 19) hockey tournament, this high profile tournament was held in India, where Gojra city team competed again best of Indian U19 hockey teams and won this championship.[9] The Gojra team won this title by defeating Amritsar Academy 4-2 at Ludhiana hockey stadium.

The Manzoor-Ul-Hassan and Rashid-UL-Hassan brothers were the main source of inspiration for hockey and establishing it in their native town. They brought Gojra to be recognised in the hockey playing nations of the world. Manzoor-ul-Hassan (1972-1982) played 154 games and scored 101 goals for Pakistan. He was given the name " Wall of China" because he was so hard to beat as he was a defender (full back). Rashid-ul-Hassan played 199 matches and scored 9 goals. He was the backbone of the Pakistan Hockey team from 1979 to 1987.

Educational Institutes

  • Al Eslah Model High School Gojra [10]
  • Al Eslah Girls High School
  • Al Ameen Public School Gojra
  • Al Hussain Model School Gojra
  • Allama Iqbal Science Collage Gojra
  • Al-Madinah Girls High School
  • City Computer College
  • City School Gojra
  • Daim Foundation School
  • The ENKGEHSS, GOJRA
  • Gallant Foundation Girls High School
  • Government Degree College
  • Government Degree College for Women
  • Government Girls High School
  • Government Inter College of Commerce
  • Government Islamia High School
  • Govt commerce College
  • Govt Commercial Training Institute [11]
  • Holy East Girls High School
  • Iqra Education System Jallianwala
  • Jinnah Public Elementary School
  • Joher Pablic Girls High Sohool
  • Little Friends Public School Chak No 96 JB
  • MC High School
  • Millat Girls High School
  • Nayab Primary School
  • Nusrat Model Elementary Girls High School Gojra
  • Pakistan Model School Gojra
  • Quaid-e-Azam Girls Higher Secondary School Gojra
  • Quaid-e-Azam Postgraduate College Gojra
  • Shibli College Gojra
  • St Albert's High School
  • St John's High School
  • The Educators Amna Campus
  • The Royal School
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