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Rafat Ali

Ra'fat Ali
Personal information
Full nameRa'fat Ali Jabr
Date of birth (1975-05-20) 20 May 1975 (age 39)
Place of birthAmman, Jordan
Playing positionAttacking Midfielder
Club information
Current clubAl-Wahdat
Senior career*
2011Kuwait (loan)6(0)
National team
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Ra'fat Ali Jabr (born 20 May 1975) is a Jordanian football player of Palestinian origin, who plays as an attacking midfielder for Al-Wahdat SC.

To many fans of Al-Wahdat, he is known as (Arabic:"الفنان") "Al-Fanan" and Picasso due to his great performances, assists, and goal scoring record.

Honors and Participation in International Tournaments

In Pan Arab Games

In Arab Nations Cup

In WAFF Championships

International goals

# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1 September 24, 1998 Doha  Libya 2–1 Win 1998 Arab Nations Cup
2 August 17, 1999 Amman  Oman 2–0 Win 1999 Pan Arab Games
3 February 14, 2006 Amman  Kazakhstan 2–0 Win Friendly
4 July 21, 2006 Amman  Iraq 2–1 Win Friendly
5 July 30, 2006 Amman  Syria 3–0 Win Friendly
6 July 30, 2006 Amman  Syria 3–0 Win Friendly
7 July 30, 2006 Amman  Syria 3–0 Win Friendly
8 August 16, 2006 Amman  United Arab Emirates 2–1 Loss 2007 AFC Asian Cup qualification
9 October 11, 2006 Lahore  Pakistan 3–0 Win 2007 AFC Asian Cup qualification
10 November 15, 2006 Amman  Oman 3–0 Win 2007 AFC Asian Cup qualification
11 January 28, 2008 Amman  Lebanon 4–1 Win Friendly


  • Ra'fat Ali Announces His International Retirement
  • Kuwait SC Includes the Jordanian Ra'fat Ali for 160 Thousand Dollars
  • Jordanian Ra'fat Ali Terminates His Contract With Kuwait SC and Returns to Al-Wahdat SC
  • Jordanian Ra'fat Ali: "I am Wahdati and I Will End My Football Career With Al-Wahdat SC"

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