|Full name||Safar Iranpak|
|Date of birth||23 December 1946|
|Place of birth||Masjed Soleyman, Iran|
|Date of death||30 January 2009(aged 62)|
|Place of death||Stockholm, Sweden|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
He was promoted to the first team squad of Shahin Ahvaz and joined Persepolis in summer 1968. He played twelve seasons for Persepolis and is the best goalscorer at Tehran derby. He is also the third all-time goalscorer of Persepolis.
He was invited to the Iran national football team in 1971 and was a part of the title winning team at the 1972 AFC Asian Cup. One of his best international games was against North Korea, where he scored twice and led Iran to qualify for the 1972 Summer Olympics. He retired from national football in 1975.
After retirement and death
After he retired from all football careers in 1980, he moved to Stockholm, Sweden where he died on 30 January 2009 from lung cancer. His body was sent to Ahwaz to be buried in the Behesht-Abad cemetery.
- Iranian Football League:
- Espandi Cup:
- Winner: 1979
- Tehran Hazfi Cup
- Winners (1): 1978–79
- Safar Iranpak at National-Football-Teams.com