Ibrahim Khalfan Wiki, Biography, Age, Husband, Family, Net Worth

Ibrahim Khalfan Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

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Ibrahim Khalfan Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth 1 January 1955
Birth Day 10 October
Birth Years 1961
Age 59 years old
Birth Place Qatar, Qatar
Birth City Qatar
Birth Country Qatar
Nationality Qatari
Famous As Athlete
Also Known for Athlete
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Occupation Athlete

Famously known by the Family name Ibrahim Khalfan Al Khalfan, is a great Athlete. She was born on 1 January 1955, in Qatar, Qatar. Qatar is a beautiful and populous city located in Qatar, Qatar Qatar.

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Ibrahim Khalfan Al Khalfan Net Worth

Ibrahim Khalfan Al Khalfan has a net worth of $5.00 million (Estimated) which she earned from her occupation as Athlete. Popularly known as the Athlete of Qatar. She is seen as one of the most successful Athlete of all times. Ibrahim Khalfan Al Khalfan Net Worth & Basic source of earning is being a successful Qatari Athlete.

Ibrahim entered the career as Athlete In her early life after completing her formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million to $5 Million Approx
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On 22 September 2014, he scored his 63rd goal for Al Sadd against Al Shahania in a 3–2 win, surpassing Carlos Tenorio’s 5-year-old record of 62 goals to become Al Sadd’s all-time scorer.

Khalfan took part in Qatar’s 2014 World Cup Qualifications which were held from 2011. In a match versus Indonesia, which would be Indonesia’s last hopes of qualifying for the World Cup, Khalfan scored an amazing goal from a long way out after dribbling past the defenders. Qatar proved to be too much for Indonesia, eventually winning the game 3–2 in a tightly clinched match. Khalfan also got a brace in the home match against Indonesia in a 4–0 win, thus officially eliminating them from qualifying, and in the process, making him the top scorer for Qatar in the 2014 WCQ.

Brazilian legend Zico commented on Khalfan’s performance against Indonesia, stating “I saw that (2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying match) between Indonesia and Qatar on television, and I saw this wonderful player. He has speed and great dribbling skills. He has the features of a Brazilian player. I am confident that Qatar can produce talented players like Khalfan Ibrahim”.


Al Sadd’s Asian triumph took them to Japan for the Club World Cup where Khalfan featured and scored against the African champions Esperance in their first match. Abdul Kader Keita’s shot from a tight angle was only parried to the far post by Moez Ben Cherifia. Khalfan then reacted the fastest to nod home on the goal-line. The match, which proved to be an ill-tempered affair, was won 2–1. It was capped off with Esperance fans throwing projectiles onto the field and attempting to get past the security barricade.

After the first 4 games of QSL, Khalfan (with Niang and Raúl) shared the second place on the top scorer table with 3 goals each. Khalfan scored his first hat-trick this season on Al Sailiya game on 22 October, where his team won 4–1 and he was assisted twice by Niang and once by Raúl, recording the second hat-trick scored in the league this season.

On 26 April 2013, in a Crown Prince Cup match against Al Rayyan, he scored an impressive solo goal as he dribbled 60 meters past the entire opposition defense to score a long-range goal. Some news agencies considered it a ‘carbon copy’ of Diego Maradona’s goal against England in the 1986 World Cup, and also reminiscent of Lionel Messi’s ‘Maradona goal’ in 2007. It was touted as a contender for the best goal of 2013 and has been described as arguably the best goal by all Qatari players in history. His teammate, Raúl, stated he was the best player of the season, comparing him to Diego Maradona.

Khalfan scored his first goal of the 2013-14 season against Al-Ahli on 20 September.


He scored a goal in the 2012 Qatar Crown Prince Cup in a 4–2 win over Lekhwiya before getting involved in an altercation with Lekhwiya midfielder Nam Tae-hee after the match for unsportsmanlike behavior. He went on to score Al Sadd’s only goal against Al Rayyan in the final, being named Man of the Match.


Khalfan won the 2011 AFC Champions League with Al Sadd. Khalfan delivered an inspired performance against Suwon in the semi-final second leg to keep the club’s hopes alive. He featured in the final against Jeonbuk which was won 4–2 on penalties. He assisted Keita by providing an accurate cross which Keita volleyed into the net, as well as forcing a Jeonbuk defender to head the ball into his own net on the earlier goal. The Koreans scored a late equalizer to make it 2–2, causing the game to go to extra-time and eventually penalties. His performance in the AFC Champions League earned him offers from other clubs, including a contract from Saudi club Al Nassr, however it was announced by the Al Sadd management that they would only take offers from the club in the summer transfer window, as they needed Khalfan to play in the 2011 FIFA Club World Cup.

Khalfan finished the 2011/12 QSL season as the top league scorer for Al Sadd, with 7 goals.


He returned from injury in the revamped 2008–09 season. He scored 8 goals in Al-Sadd’s first 6 games.


He wasn’t able to play in the 2007–08 league season due to injury as Al-Gharafa overtook Al-Sadd for the title.

After his stellar performances at the youth level, he and his teammates broke into the Annabi’s senior team. Their first major triumph was the Asian Games title won in front of home fans, with Khalfan scoring 2 goals. He scored two superb goals against Bangladesh in their Asian Cup 2007 qualifying match. He then took part in his first Gulf Cup, where Qatar couldn’t defend their title despite Khalfan scoring one goal against Bahrain. In 2008, he played a prominent part in Qatar’s World Cup qualifying campaign scoring against Asia’s No 1 side-Australia.


His performance in 2006–07 played a part in achieving the Asian Player of The Year title. He scored 5 goals in Al Sadd’s start to the league campaign and then was a crucial member of the Asian Games gold medal winning Qatar team. However, in an Olympic qualifying match against Bahrain in February 2007, he got himself injured and was laid-off for more than one year, missing most of Al Sadd’s season.

Khalfan Ibrahim had a solid start to the season, playing a critical role of an attacking trio (with Mamadou Niang and Raúl González). They led Al Sadd from a win to another in their first league games, trying to get the club back as Al Sadd had only won 2 domestic competitions and the ACL in the last 5 years after the 2006–07 season in which they won all domestic competitions.


2005–06 was a significantly improved season for him when he scored goals in the Qatar League, Crown Prince Cup and Asian Champions League.


Khalfan started out with Al-Arabi (his father’s club) and was signed by Al-Sadd in 2004. He assimilated into Al Sadd’s first team at the age of 17 in March 2005, under head coach Doru Isac scoring against Al-Shamal.


Khalfan first played for Qatar’s youth teams, scoring 6 goals in the under-17 Gulf Cup held in 2003, helping Qatar finish runners-up in the process. Qatar finished runner-up and Khalfan finished second in the scorers list with 6 goals. He was part of the Qatar squad which played at the FIFA Under-17 World Cup in Peru, scoring one goal in the match against the mighty Netherlands. He and his young teammates battled their more illustrious opponents to a 2–2 stalemate at halftime but eventually lost out 3–5. It was a performance which caught the eye and contributed greatly to his Asian Player of the Year title. In the same year he played in the West Asian Games. Qatar’s campaign was unsuccessful despite Khalfan scoring two goals. In all the above tournaments he played with a number of his teammates who along with him were to become the backbone of Al-Sadd and the senior national team.


During this time, Khalfan accumulated 2 red cards in a row within 2 games in the Qatar Stars League, both in the 89th minute for physical altercations with other players. Al Sadd lost both of the matches in which he was red carded. However, he did not receive any red cards in international competitions.


Khalfan Ibrahim Khalfan Al Khalfan (Arabic: خلفان إبراهيم خلفان ‎; born on 18 February 1988 in Doha) is a retired Qatari international footballer who played as a winger . He was named the Asian Player of the Year in 2006, becoming the first Qatari to win the title. He played for Al Arabi at youth level before moving to Al Sadd in 2004 on a professional contract.