|Full name||Magid Mohamed Hassan|
|Date of birth||October 1, 1985|
|Place of birth||Khartoum, Sudan|
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|2008–2009||→ Al-Sailiya (loan)||10||(1)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 3 April 2014|
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 27 March 2016
Magid Mohamed (Arabic: ماجد محمد; born 1 October 1985) is a Qatari footballer. He is a striker for Al Ahli. He previously played for Al Sadd and has been regularly called up for the Qatar national football team.
In 2007, the Saudi FA lodged an official complaint against Qatar for fielding Magid in an Olympic qualifying match, who was thought to be ineligible due to his age. The complaint was based on the belief that Magid was born in November 1982, in Cairo, Egypt. According to the SFA, he was a Sudanese national who moved to Saudi Arabia with his father and studied in Omar bin Abdulaziz school in Jeddah - which is where the Saudi government obtained Majed's records from - before moving to Qatar and becoming a citizen. The complaint was made directly after a qualification match for the 2008 Summer Olympics, which Qatar had won. The rules of FIFA state that any player over the age of 23 cannot participate in the competition, whereas Magid was believed to be 25 at the time.
Shortly after, the Qatar Football Association released an article in response to the SFA's allegations. The article stated that Magid Mohamed Imam Salima was born in Khartoum, Sudan on August 17, 1985.  In contradiction to this statement indicating his age; his profile on the official QFA website, in addition to his passport, showed Magid's date of birth as October 1, 1985. To further add to the confusion, his name is most widely recognized as Magid Mohamed Hassan, as opposed to the former.
Club career statistics
Statistics accurate as of 21 August 2011
1Includes Emir of Qatar Cup.
2Includes Sheikh Jassem Cup.
3Includes AFC Champions League.
Goals for Senior National Team
|1.||2006||Hong Kong, China||Hong Kong||3–0||Won||2007 AFC Asian Cup qualification|
|2.||January 13, 2007||Doha, Qatar||Oman||1–1||Draw||Friendly|
|3.||March 16, 2008||Doha, Qatar||Jordan||2–1||Won||Friendly|
|4.||July 18, 2008||Beijing, China||Indonesia||1–2||Lost||2004 AFC Asian Cup|
|5.||August 20, 2008||Doha, Qatar||Tajikistan||5–0||Won||Friendly|
|6.||September 6, 2008||Doha, Qatar||Uzbekistan||3–0||Won||2010 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|7.||27 December 2009||Doha, Qatar||Iran||3–2||Win||9th International Friendship Tournament|
|8.||27 December 2009||Doha, Qatar||Iran||3–2||Win||9th International Friendship Tournament|
|9.||12 October 2010||Doha, Qatar||Iraq||1–2||Lost||Friendly|
|10.||24 May 2013||Doha, Qatar||Latvia||3–1||Won||Friendly|
- فيما لم يتجاوب المسؤولون القطريون مع اتصالات "الرياض" (in Arabic)
- Player profile - weltfussbal.de
- Qatar - Majed Mohamed - Profile with news, career statistics and history Soccerway
- "Magid Mohamed player profile". Al Sadd Sports Club Official Site. Archived from the original on 2009-11-01.
- ID photo (in Arabic)
- Match Report - Saudi Arabia vs Qatar[permanent dead link]
- "Football Results | Scores | News - Yahoo Sport UK". Yahoo Sports. Retrieved 2018-05-21.
- "QSL.com.qa - Magid Mohamed". Archived from the original on 2012-05-31. Retrieved 2011-11-18.