Karapetian with PFC Sochi in 2019
|Full name||Aleksandre Karapetian|
|Date of birth||23 December 1987|
|Place of birth||Tbilisi, Soviet Union|
|Height||1.84 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|2008–2009||Wehen Wiesbaden II||12||(0)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 8 December 2019|
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 20:01, 15 November 2019 (UTC)
Karapetian began his playing career in the German fourth-tier Regionalliga with Wehen Wiesbaden II, FC Oberneuland, SV 07 Elversberg and FC 08 Homburg. In 2013, he moved to F91 Dudelange of the Luxembourg National Division, and then on to CS Grevenmacher before returning to F91.
At the end of the 2014–15 Luxembourg National Division, his contract expired and he considered offers from China, Hong Kong and Armenia but opted to remain in Western Europe, having trials at Germany's FC Erzgebirge Aue and SSV Jahn Regensburg before signing for FC Victoria Rosport in January 2016.
He made his debut for the Armenian national team in UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying on 11 October 2014, replacing Marcos Pizzelli for the last six minutes of a 1–1 draw with Serbia at the Republican Stadium in Yerevan, one minute after Pizzelli's penalty was saved by Vladimir Stojković.
After over four years without a cap, Karapetian was recalled in November 2018 ahead of UEFA Nations League away games at Gibraltar and Liechtenstein. He scored his first international goal to complete a 6–2 UEFA Nations League win against the former on 16 November, and struck again three days later to ensure a 2–2 draw against the latter.
In June 2019, Karapetian scored in consecutive games to win UEFA Euro 2020 qualifiers against Liechtenstein and Greece. On 5 August that year, he netted again to give Armenia a surprise lead at home to Italy in the next game of the campaign, but was sent off before half time in a 3–1 loss.
- Armenia score listed first, score column indicates score after each Karapetian goal.
|1||16 November 2018||Victoria Stadium, Gibraltar||3||Gibraltar||6–2||6–2||2018–19 UEFA Nations League D|
|2||19 November 2018||Rheinpark Stadion, Vaduz||4||Liechtenstein||2–2||2–2|
|3||8 June 2019||Hanrapetakan Stadium, Yerevan||7||2–0||3–0||UEFA Euro 2020 qualification|
|4||11 June 2019||Olympic Stadium, Athens||8||Greece||1–0||3–2|
|5||5 September 2019||Hanrapetakan Stadium, Yerevan||9||Italy||1–0||1–3|
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