Alireza Jamali (Persian: علیرضا جمالی born 1 April 1990 in Tehran, Iran) is an Iranian professional footballer who presently plays for Sanat Naft Abadan F.C. of the Persian Gulf Pro League. A native of Abadan, Iran, Jamali can operate in several positions including center midfield, attacking midfield, and forward.
|Date of birth||1 April 1990|
|Place of birth||Abadan, Iran|
|Height||1.79 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|Sanat Naft Abadan F.C.|
|2008–2009||PAS Hamedan F.C.|
|2011–20xx||Pachanga Diliman F.C.|
|2012||Sanat Naft Abadan F.C.|
|2013–2014||Mes Rafsanjan F.C.|
|2014–2015||Naft Omidiyeh F.C.|
|2015–2016||Lanexang United F.C.|
|2017||Saba Qom F.C.|
|2017–||Sanat Naft Abadan F.C.|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Back in 2016, S.L. Benfica subordinate Lusitano VRSA got Jamali's services, with the midfielder starting his first match in a 4-2 loss to Louletano D.C. in the Campeonato de Portugal. Having an amicable relationship with his coach, Ricardo Sousa, Jamali was praised by him, with Sousa saying that Jamali was fit for the team.
Set to join Lao Premier League champions Lanexang United in 2015, Jamali lifted the 2015 Lao Prime Minister's Cup with them, helping the team with an solid performance in the group stage by providing a goal and assist in a 6-2 beating of Lao Police Club.
The Iranian media sprad rumors that he was on the verge of going to a Serbian club but the deal never happened.