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Ali Karimi

Karimi in 2018

Personal information

Full name Mohammad Ali Karimi Pashaki

Date of birth 8 November 1978 (age 43)

Place of birth Karaj, Iran

Height 1.79 m (5 ft 10 in)[1]

Position(s) Attacking midfielder, forward

Youth career

1990–1991 Naft Tehran[2][3]

1991–1994 Saipa[4]

1994–1996 Fath Tehran

Senior career*

Years Team Apps (Gls)

1996–1998 Fath Tehran

1998–2001 Persepolis 42 (11)

2001–2005 Al-Ahli 69 (45)

2005–2007 Bayern Munich 33 (3)

2007–2008 Qatar SC 26 (5)

2008–2009 Persepolis 21 (5)

2009–2011 Steel Azin 40 (14)

2011 Schalke 04 1 (0)

2011–2013 Persepolis 40 (13)

2013–2014 Tractor Sazi 26 (5)

Total 298 (101) National team

1999 Iran U23 3[5] (2)

1998–2012 Iran 127 (38)

Teams managed

2014 Iran (assistant)[6]

2017 Naft Tehran 2018 Sepidrood 2018–2019 Sepidrood show Honours

*Club domestic league appearances and goals

Ali Karimi (Persian: علی کریمی Persian: [ɑli kæriˈmi] (listen); born 8 November 1978) is an Iranian football coach and former player. During the course of his career, he played for Fath Tehran, Persepolis, Al-Ahli Dubai, Bayern Munich, Qatar SC, Steel Azin, Schalke 04, Tractor Sazi, and the Iran national team for which he scored 38 goals in 127 appearances. In 2004, he became the fourth Iranian player to win the Asian Footballer of the Year. He announced his retirement at the end of the 2013–14 season and, on 11 April 2014, played the final game of his 18-year career.[7]

Karimi's professional career began with Fath Tehran, where he made his first-team debut in 1996 aged 18. He then played three seasons with Persepolis, winning the Iranian league twice and the Hazfi Cup once with the club. In July 2001, Karimi signed a two-year contract with UAE Pro League club Al-Ahli Dubai.[8] While an Al-Ahli player, Karimi won two cup titles, and was the top-goalscorer in the 2003–04 season, an impressive feat for a midfielder. After leaving the club in 2005 aged-26, Karimi made a long-awaited move to Europe to play for Bayern Munich. At the club he had relative success, winning both the Bundesliga and the DFB-Pokal in 2005–06 season. Later in his career, he rejoined former coach Felix Magath and won a second German Cup with Schalke 04. Karimi ended his playing career in Iran with Persepolis and Tractor Sazi, and with the latter won the Hazfi Cup in the final season of his career.

In international football, Karimi made his Iran debut on 13 October 1998, at the age of 19. He made 127 career appearances in total, appearing at five major tournaments including 1998 Asian Games, 2000, 2004, and 2007 Asian Cups and 2006 FIFA World Cup. Renowned for his on-the-ball skill, dribbling runs and playmaking ability, he was often referred to as the [9] and . He was believed to be one of Asia's greatest players, and is often listed as one of the greatest Iranian players of all time.[10] In June 2020, he was named as the best foreign player in the UAE League with 25 percent of the votes in a poll conducted by the Albayan website, along with Chilean midfielder Jorge Valdivia.[11]


1 Club career 1.1 Persepolis 1.2 Al-Ahli 1.3 Bayern Munich 1.4 Qatar SC 1.5 Persepolis 1.6 Steel Azin 1.7 Schalke 04 1.8 Persepolis 1.9 Tractor Sazi

2 International career

3 Managerial career 4 Personal life 5 Career statistics 5.1 Club 5.2 International

6 Managerial statistics

7 Honours 8 See also 9 References 10 External links

Club career[edit]

Karimi started his professional career with second division side Fath Football Club in 1997 where training was conducted on the streets with a plastic ball.


In 1998, Karimi joined Persepolis football club, which won the domestic double in 1999 and the championship again in 2000. He attended a trial with Perugia Calcio, but the transfer was aborted when Perugia deemed the transfer fee too high.[12] There was also reportedly an offer from Spain's Atlético Madrid who were willing to pay Karimi £4.3 million in a four-year contract, but Karimi opted for United Arab Emirates side Al-Ahli because he wanted to stay close to home.[13][14]


Karimi signed with Al Ahli in the United Arab Emirates in 2001, for a reported salary of $1.3 million for two years.[15] In that season, Al-Ahli managed to win its first trophy, when they became the Winners of the President Cup in 2001–02 season.

He scored a league-high 14 goals for Al Ahli in 2004.[13] In June 2020, he was named the best foreign player in the UAE League as well.[16]

Bayern Munich[edit]

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