Iran Clubs

Iran Clubs Table
Squad Comp Gender From To Comps Champs Other Names
Esteghlal Ahvaz FCM2009-20102015-201620
Esteghlal Khuzestan FCM2013-20142018-201961
Esteghlal Tehran FCPersian Gulf Pro LeagueM2009-20102019-2020111
FC Nassaji MazandaranPersian Gulf Pro LeagueM2018-20192019-202020
FC Pars Jonoubi JamPersian Gulf Pro LeagueM2017-20182019-202030
Foolad Khuzestan FCPersian Gulf Pro LeagueM2009-20102019-2020111
Gol Gohar FCPersian Gulf Pro LeagueM2019-20202019-202010Gol Gohar Sirjan FC
Gostaresh Foulad FCM2013-20142017-201850
Machine Sazi FCPersian Gulf Pro LeagueM2016-20172019-202030
Malavan FCM2009-20102015-201670
Naft Masjed Soleyman FCPersian Gulf Pro LeagueM2014-20152019-202030
Naft Tehran FCM2010-20112017-201880
Padideh Shahr-e Khodrou FCPersian Gulf Pro LeagueM2011-20122019-202070Padideh Mashhad FC,Mes Sarcheshmeh FC
Paykan FCPersian Gulf Pro LeagueM2009-20102019-202080
Persepolis FCPersian Gulf Pro LeagueM2009-20102019-2020113
Rah Ahan Tehran FCM2009-20102015-201670Rah Ahan Yazdan FC
Saba Qom FCM2009-20102016-201780
Saipa FCPersian Gulf Pro LeagueM2009-20102019-2020111
Sanat Naft Abadan FCPersian Gulf Pro LeagueM2010-20112019-202070
Sepahan SCPersian Gulf Pro LeagueM2009-20102019-2020114
Sepidrood Rasht SCM2017-20182018-201920
Shahin Shahrdari Bushehr FCPersian Gulf Pro LeagueM2009-20102019-202040Shahin Bushehr FC,Shahin Pars Jonoubi Bushehr FC
Siah Jamegan FCM2015-20162017-201830
Tractor SCPersian Gulf Pro LeagueM2009-20102019-2020110Tractor Sazi FC
Zob Ahan SCPersian Gulf Pro LeagueM2009-20102019-2020110

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