|Elected to 15th Lok Sabha in a bye-election||Jun. 2013|
|Re-elected to 16th Lok Sabha (2nd term)||May, 2014|
|Member, Sub Committee-II, Committee on Estimates||3 July 2015|
|Member, Standing Committee on Information Technology Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports||1 Sep. 2014 onwards|
|Date Of Birth||06 Apr 1955|
|Place||Kolkata (West Bengal) /td>|
|Political Party||All India Trinamool Congress(AITC)|
|Academics||B.Sc. Educated at Adars Vidyalay, Kolkata and Surendranath College, Kolkata University (W.B.)|
Prasun Banerjee is a retired international footballer and an Arjuna Award Winner (1979) from Kolkata, India. Younger brother of the Pradip Kumar Banerjee, Prasun had also captained the India national football team in international tournaments.
Banerjee was included in the All Time Best-XI team of Mohun Bagan Club as a Central Defensive Midfielder. He was only the second Indian to play for Asian All-star XI. He also played two matches against Brazil for Asian All-star XI and played against Zico, Eder, Falcao, Socretes and others. He was included in the Limca book of record for representing India in 100 football matches.
In 2013, he won the bypoll to the Howrah Sadar parliamentary constituency on a Trinamool Congress ticket thus becoming the first professional footballer to be a Member of Parliament, India (Lok Sabha). He won the seat defeating his adversary, Left Front’s Sridip Bhattacharya, by more than 27,000 votes. He was re-elected to the 16th Lok Sabha in 2014