Muhammad Azim Izamuddin bin Haji Suhaimi (born 20 May 1997) is a Bruneian footballer who plays professionally for DPMM FC of the Singaporean S.League as a midfielder.Azim was a participant of the footballing scheme run by Brunei Darussalam Schools' Sports Council (MSSSBD) under the Ministry of Education, whilst attending Sayyidina Hasan Secondary School.
He was soon scouted by Brunei's football association NFABD and placed him in the Tabuan Under-18 team in the 2015 Brunei Premier League.Azim attended a tryout for DPMM FC's Under-19 team in early 2015 and was selected by Steve Kean as the team's captain.
He progressed well through the ranks and was awarded with a promotion to the first team at the start of the 2016 S.League season, alongside Abdul Hafiz Abdul Rahim and Na'im Tarif.
He made his competitive debut in a 3–0 loss to Ceres-La Salle in the quarterfinals of the 2016 Singapore Cup on 30 June 2016.On 21 July, Azim came on as a second-half substitute against Tampines Rovers and later capitalized on a mistake from Joey Sim to score the winner of the match, enabling DPMM to qualify as group winners in the 2016 Singapore League Cup group stage.
His team went all the way to the final later that month, but Azim could only watch from the bench as DPMM lose to Albirex Niigata (S) in a 0–2 scoreline.
Azim finally made his S.League debut on 11 August in a 1–1 stalemate against Geylang International, coming on as an 82nd-minute substitute.Azim played for the academy side of his club that competed in the 2018-19 Brunei Premier League in early 2019.
He appeared in all seven matches and was the captain for the final game of the season when they were crowned champions of the league.