|Full name||Mohammad Ali Peyravani|
|Date of birth||6 February 1970|
|Place of birth||Shiraz, Iran|
|Height||1.81 m (5 ft 11 1⁄2 in)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Mohammad Ali "Afshin" Peyravani (Persian: افشين پيروانى, born 6 February 1970 in Shiraz, Iran) is a retired Iranian footballer and a football coach. He is the younger brother of Gholam Peyrovani and elder brother of Amir Hossein Peyrovani.
Peyrovani was a product of the Persepolis youth academy. On 1 August 1993 he was signed by the first team where he spent 10 years of his playing career making over 200 appearances. On 29 August 2004 he moved to Paykan Tehran F.C. on a one-year deal. Peyrovani ended his career at the end of the IPL 2004/05 season.
Club career statistics
- As of 3 June 2010
|2001–02||Persepolis||Persian Gulf Cup||1||-||-|
After the departure of Afshin Ghotbi in November 2008 he was appointed as the head coach of Persepolis F.C. and was replaced and became the assistant coach of Nelo Vingada in mid February 2009 and a month later he was sacked totally by the chairman. He replaced Hamid Estili as the head coach of Steel Azin on 19 April 2010 and later on for the season after he was again appointed as the head coach of the team again which after poor results he resigned. On 6 November 2012, he was appointed as head coach of Azadegan League side, Sang Ahan Bafq.
- As of 11 December 2010
|Persepolis||18 November 2008||16 February 2009||12||7||3||2||58.3%||20||10||+10|
|Steel Azin||14 October 2010||23 November 2010||8||2||2||4||25%||7||17||−10|
- Iranian Football League:
- Hazfi Cup:
- Winner (1): 1998–99
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