Alireza Esteki (born October 6, 1975 in Isfahan) is one of the champions and coaches of boxing and bodybuilding, the coach of the Iranian national boxing team.
Start of activity
From 1993, when he was 16 years old, he entered boxing due to his high weight and his father’s encouragement.
His perseverance and interest led him to participate in national competitions in 1993, and a year later he won the third place in the national championship in Damghan.
He joined the national boxing team from 1998 to 2005, and although the national team did not send much to the competitions, he also won a second Asian medal in Malaysia.
Master of Physical Education Strategic Management
- Bodybuilding coaching from the National Olympic Committee
- Professional coaching certification in boxing from the UK
- 1-star and 2-star international certification from Iba (World Boxing Federation)
- Winner of 2 gold medals, 4 silver medals and 1 bronze medal.
- Asian silver medalist from Malaysia in 2002.
- 14 years of coaching and coaching in the national boxing teams of Iran 
- 7 years of bodybuilding for the technical coach of the senior national team
- 1 year head coach of the national youth team in 2014
- 1 year head coach of Omid national team 93-94
- 1 year head coach of Iran’s national boxing team (adults)
- 8 years member of the technical committee of the Boxing Federation