Ahmed Krawa'a ( احمد كراوع ) (born April 21, 1989) is a Libyan footballer. He currently plays for the Libyan Premier League club Al-Ahly Tripoli, as a striker.
2008–09 seasonA promising young striker, Krawa'a was signed by Ittihad Tripoli in January 2008. Though he received few opportunities in the first team, he managed to get two goals, including an 87th-minute equaliser in a 1-1 draw with his former club, Shat.
2009–10 seasonTersanah loaned Krawa'a during the summer transfer window. He has so far impressed at the capital club; his first two goals were against his employers in the 3-2 2009 Libyan Super Cup defeat. He haunted Shat again in the league when he struck against them in the derby match, with a dramatic 93rd-minute equaliser. He has since scored in each round of matches (as of Round 6), apart from the 2-0 defeat to Khaleej Sirte. He so far has 6 goals in 6 league games, and was the top scorer at the mid-season break, with 10 goals.
As Tersanah embarked on their first foray into continental competition in 2009-10, Krawa'a scored The Arsenal's first goal in CAF competition, calmly converting a 95th-minute penalty against CR Belouizdad of Algeria to earn his side a first-leg 1–1 draw.