Chuni Goswami made his debut in Cricket for Bengal within the Ranji Trophy in 1962/63. A right handed all arounder, he twice led the Bengal cricket team to the Ranji Trophy final.
In 10 years of his cricket career, he competed forty-six matches, scoring 1592 runs and took 47 wickets.
He did all this simultaneously with a wildly productive soccer career! He compete 50 international matches and captained Republic of India to the Asian Games gold medal in 1962.
He was wide considered as one among the simplest footballers India has ever made.
Chuni Goswami not just played football and cricket he turned out on occasion for his club hockey team.
He also enacted a featured part in a Bengali movie Prothom Prem. He was also the Sheriff of Kolkata in 2005. He also played Lawn Tennis in South Club.