|Date of birth||September 9, 1967|
|Rugby union career|
Athanase Dali (born 9 September 1967) is a former Ivorian rugby union player. He played as a fly-half.
He had 7 caps for Côte d'Ivoire, scoring 2 conversions, 8 penalties and 1 drop goal, 31 points in aggregate. His debut was at 26 October 1993 in the 19-16 win over Tunisia in Tunes for the 1995 Rugby World Cup qualifiers, in a game where he scored a conversion, three penalties and one drop goal. After the surprising qualification of Côte d'Ivoire for the 1995 Rugby World Cup, he was the captain in their first game, an 89-0 loss to Scotland. He missed the following game and returned, as a substitute for the 29-11 loss to Tonga, at 3 June 1995, in Rustenburg, scoring two penalties. It would be his last game for his National Team.
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