|Full name||Alireza Faghani|
March 21, 1978 |
|2007–||Iran Pro League||Referee|
|2008–||FIFA listed ||Referee|
Alireza Faghani (Persian: عليرضا فغانى , born 21 March 1978 in Kashmar) is an Iranian football referee who has been officiating in Iran Pro League for seven seasons and has been on the international list since 2008.
Faghani became a FIFA referee in 2008, only a year after officiating in the top flight league in Iran. After becoming a FIFA referee Faghani has moved up the ladder really fast especially in Asia. After only one year of international experience Faghani took charge of the 2009 AFC President's Cup Final which was played between Regar-TadAZ Tursunzoda and Dordoi-Dynamo Naryn which was won 2-0 by the hosts. A year later he was again in charge of a final but this time it was a much more important final in the 2010 AFC Challenge Cup where the winner qualified for the 2011 AFC Asian Cup. He gave a red card to the North Korean defender in the 32nd minute but North Korea went on to defeat Turkiminstan in penalties.
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