Ali Karimi, born on November 17, 1357, is the former captain of Iran's national football team.
He was born in Karaj and is the fourth child of the family. His origin goes back to Lahijan in Gilan province.
Ali Karimi was traveling with his tomato arrow when he was playing in the Fatah team.
Ali Karimi's sons are Havash and Hirsa, and his daughter is Hima. One of Ali Karimi's hobbies is beach volleyball.
In Shahrivar and Mehr 1401, after the events that led to the death of Mehsa Amini after being arrested by the Irshad patrol, Ali Karimi showed firm support for the protesters.
With this incident, the support of other players was raised. Among others, Hossein Mahini was arrested and the rumor of Waria Ghafouri's arrest was also published and denied.
Another marginal issue in Mehr 1401 was the threat to confiscate his house in Lavasan. But what are the characteristics of Ali Karimi's house?
Where is Ali Karimi's house, which official news agencies sometimes refer to as a palace, and why is it interesting?
The publication of Qaiz Barq Ali Karimi, along with the name of Lavasan, which has been in the news for many years because of the town of Basti Hills around it, occupied the minds so much that even when he introduced himself to the society as a political dissident, The first threats were about the possibility of its confiscation.
Ali Karimi spent about 17 billion tomans during the construction of his villa in Lavasan. Rumors, for example, on the Delgarom site, tell about faucet handles made of water gold. The large swimming pool, sauna, jacuzzi and aquarium with the most beautiful decorative fish are also in the eyes of people who miss this villa of the former captain of the national team.
The published photos of the interior of Ali Karimi's house show a luxury house but not very prominent among the luxury houses. Expensive stones, expensive furniture but devoid of architectural signature.