|Full name||Hamdan Ismail Mohammed Al Kamali|
|Date of birth||2 May 1989|
|Place of birth||Abu Dhabi, UAE|
|Height||1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|Playing position||Centre back|
|2012||→ Lyon (loan)||0||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 21 July 2012.
† Appearances (Goals).
Al Kamali began his career with Al Wahda at the age of seven, where he played in the club's youth teams, a physical education teacher at his school was impressed with his talent, who took him to the Al Wahda club in Bani Yas, where he attracted the attention of the Egyptian coach Abdel Fattah coach of the youth teams at that time, Al Wahda signed him after selection by the coach Abdel Fattah. In the 2006–07 season, Al Kamali become a first team player. He made his official debut for the first-team on 12 November 2006 in a 0–1 loss to Al Jazira at the Vice Presidents Cup, where he was sent off after a foul on Toni.
Al Kamali was listed as one of the best 100 young players in the world by the respected Spanish football Magazine 'Don Balon'. He also attracted interest from Lyon; only to have Al Wahda reject the French team's bid for him.
Al Kamali played for Atletico Paranaense in Brazil
The UAE national took part in two matches in Crotshiba in Brazil and he scored three goals over both games.
Also he scored one goal for his club against German side FC Flondorf and Atletico won the match 2-1.
Mario Bertraligya, president of Brazilian club Atletico Paranaense, said the UAE's Ali Al Kamali would participate in the competitions in Germany and Holland later this month.
"Al Kamali as the first Arab player to play professional in Brazil, showed an excellent standard with our club so far.
"His fine talent and great skills were wonderful and proved that he will be a great player," said the Atletico president.
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|Club||Season||League||Cup||Super Cup||President Cup||Vice President Cup||Champions League||Club World Cup||Total|
- As of 14 November 2012
|United Arab Emirates national team|
|Hamdan Al Kamali: International goals - U20|
|1.||24 October 2007||Home||Kuwait||5–1||Win||AFC Youth Championship 2008 qualification|
|2.||30 October 2007||Away||Iraq||2–1||Win||AFC Youth Championship 2008 qualification|
|3.||31 October 2008||Prince Saud bin Jalawi Stadium, Khobar||Iraq||2–1||Win||AFC Youth Championship 2008|
|4.||30 November 2008||Prince Saud bin Jalawi Stadium, Khobar||Syria||2–0||Win||AFC Youth Championship 2008|
|5.||27 September 2009||Alexandria Stadium, Alexandria||South Africa||2–2||Drew||2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup|
|Hamdan Al Kamali: International goals - U23|
|1.||7 October 2010||Sheikh Khalifa International Stadium, Al Ain||Egypt||3–0||Win||Friendly|
|2.||2 November 2010||Huadu Stadium, Guangzhou||China PR||1–1||Drew||Friendly|
|3.||16 November 2010||Tianhe Stadium, Guangzhou||Kuwait||2–0||Win||2010 Asian Games|
|Source: Al Kamali Goals|
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- "Player –Hamdan Ismaeel Mohemad Al Kamali". scoresway.
- "Hamdan Al Kamali". National Football Teams. Retrieved 29 June 2010.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Hamdan Al-Kamali.|
- Official website (Arabic)
- Hamdan Al Kamali – FIFA competition record
- Hamdan Al Kamali info and goal scored at Goalzz.com
- Hamdan Al Kamali at ESPN FC
|UAE Under-20 captain