List of Persepolis F.C. seasons

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This is a list of seasons played by Persepolis Football Club in Iranian and Asian football, from 1963 to the most recent completed season. It details the club's achievements in major competitions, and the top scorers for each season. Top scorers in bold were also the top scorers in the Iranian league that season.

Persepolis in the beginning of the 1970s
The Persepolis's positions

Seasons[edit]

Season League Hazfi Cup Asian Leagues Top goalscorer Manager Fans
Division P W D L F A Pts Pos Name Goals
1969-70 TFL 15 5 2 8 19 24 12 11th ACL Group Stage Faramarzi
1970-71 Loc 4 2 0 2 10 6 4 3rd Hossein Kalani 7 Fekri
1971-72
Loc 14 13 1 0 45 6 26 1st Hossein Kalani 7 Rogers
TFL 14 10 4 0 25 3 24 2nd
1972-73 TFL 15 5 4 6 12 15 14 9th
1973-74 TJC 22 15 7 0 46 4 37 1st Kalani & Iranpak 8
1974-75 TJC 22 12 7 3 32 13 31 2nd
1975-76 TJC 30 16 12 2 36 12 42 1st Safar Iranpak 10 Rogers / Behzadi / Vatankhah
1976-77 TJC 30 10 17 3 25 18 37 2nd Kuonoev
1977-78 TJC 30 14 10 6 45 27 38 2nd Alan Whittle 9 Amirasefi
1978-79 TJC Not Completed Due to Iranian Revolution Shahrokhi
1979-80 Espandi Cup 1st*
1980-81 TFL Not Held Due to Start Iran–Iraq War
1981-82 TFL 13 5 7 1 19 14 17 2nd Abbas Kargar 5
1982-83 TFL 17 13 4 0 39 5 30 1st* Ali Parvin 15 Parvin
1983-84 TFL 17 12 2 3 33 14 26 2nd Nasser Mohammadkhani 13
1984-85 TFL Not Finished Ali Parvin 9
1985-86 TFL 9 4 2 3 11 11 10 5th
1986-87 TFL 8 6 2 0 16 4 14 1st
1987-88 TFL 17 13 2 2 31 8 28 1st* Champions
1988-89 TFL 15 11 4 0 28 7 37 1st* Semifinal ACL Qualifying Round Farshad Pious 13
1989-90
QL 20 11 9 0 34 10 31 2nd
TFL 15 12 2 1 28 6 26 1st
1990-91 TFL 17 13 4 0 34 8 30 1st* CWC Champions Farshad Pious 16
1991-92
Div 1 22 13 5 4 30 12 31 3rd Champions Farshad Pious 11
TFL 15 11 2 2 27 9 24 2nd Farshad Pious 16
1992-93 Div 1 14 6 6 2 25 8 18 2nd CWC Runners-up Shirmohammadi 8 Parvin / Derakhshan
1993-94 Div 1 26 10 11 5 40 25 31 2nd CWC Quarterfinals Gede
1994-95 Div 1 22 11 7 4 30 16 29 4th Farshad Pious 20 Poklepović
1995-96 Div 1 30 15 12 3 33 18 57 1st
1996-97 Div 1 30 17 8 5 52 24 59 1st ACL Third Place Poklepović / Derakhshan
1997-98 Div 1 withdrew due to international commitments ACL Fourth Place Ivić / Matković
1998-99 Div 1 30 19 8 3 56 21 65 1st Champions Edmond Bezik 11 Parvin
1999-2000 Div 1 26 15 9 2 45 23 54 1st ACL Third Place Behnam Seraj 11
2000-01 Div 1 22 13 7 2 36 16 46 2nd 1/8 Finals ACL Third Place Behrouz Rahbarifar 9
2001-02 IPL 26 13 10 3 36 23 49 1st Quarterfinal Sohrab Entezari 9
2002-03 IPL 26 11 11 4 30 21 44 3rd ACL First Round Ansarian & Rafat 5
2003-04 IPL 26 10 9 7 42 28 39 5th 1/8 Final Ali Daei 16 Begović
2004-05 IPL 30 16 7 7 43 27 55 4th 1/8 Final Javad Kazemian 9 Zobel
2005-06 IPL 30 9 11 10 39 40 38 9th Runners-up 11 Parvin / Haan 30,330
2006-07 IPL 30 14 11 5 49 33 53 3rd Semifinal Mehrzad Madanchi 10 Denizli 40,350
2007-08 IPL 34 18 11 5 55 34 65 1st 1/8 Final Mohsen Khalili 18 Ghotbi 60,380
2008-09 IPL 34 15 10 9 50 41 55 5th 1/4 Final ACL Round of 16 Ibrahima Touré 11 Ghotbi / Peyrovani / Vingada 47.952
2009-10 IPL 34 13 14 7 46 40 53 4th Champions Karim Bagheri 13 Kranjčar / Daei 47.826
2010-11 IPL 34 17 7 10 50 36 58 4th Champions ACL Group stage Mohammad Nouri 9 Daei 30.769
2011-12 IPL 34 10 12 12 50 54 42 12th1 Quarter-Final ACL Round of 16 Ali Karimi 11 Estili / Denizli 50.600
2012-13 IPL 34 12 14 8 41 31 50 7th Runners-up Karim Ansarifard 8 Manuel / Golmohammadi 67.980
2013-14 IPL 30 16 8 6 34 15 55 2nd Quarter-finals Abbaszadeh 7 Daei 69.110
Total 806 381 281 142 %W:47.27 1292

Notes:
* unofficial titles
1 worst title in history of club

Key[edit]

Champions Runners-up Third Place Fourth Place Did not qualify not held

Squads[edit]

This is selection of the most famous squads of Persepolis Football club from 1963 to the most recent completed season.[1]

Famous Squads[edit]

Memorable matches[edit]

  • Persepolis F.C. vs Jam Abadan
    1967

Persepolis was a weak team and played in 2nd Division at that time. Although it was a friendly match, but it was the birth of a new pole in Iranian football. 4 of Shahin players played for Persepolis at that match : Ebrahim Ashtiani, Nazem Ganjapour, Kazem Rahimi (as Captain) and Bahman Norouzi. After it rest of Shahin players joined Persepolis.

Paykan used Persepolis’ previous season players except of Aziz Asli and Mahmoud Khordbin and Persepolis played with a young line-up because of contract between Abdo and Khayami. Ali Parvin scored Paykan’s victorious goal!

  • Persepolis F.C. 6-0 Esteghlal
    September 7, 1973

Persepolis’ the best ever result in Tehran derby. Being beaten by 6 goals of their old Rivals and enemies was so shameful for Esteghlal. Homayoun Behzadi hattricked, Iraj Soleimani Scored twice and another goal scored by Hossein Kalani.

Homa was a respected team and was beaten by 5 goals. Behrouz Soltani Goalkeeper of Persepolis played as a striker and scored a goal!

  • Persepolis F.C. 0 (4)-0 (2) Esteghlal
    February,1989

This is one of few times the two clubs have met each other in the Hazfi Cup. The match finished scoreless in regulation time, and extra-time was eventless. Persepolis beat Esteghlal 4-2 in penalty shootouts to advance to the next stage in the Hazfi Cup.

  • Persepolis F.C. 0-3 Esteghlal
    January 11, 1995

In the 38th derby Persepolis was leading in the match by a score of 2-0 until the last 10 minutes of the match. Esteghlal scored 2 goals in quick succession, including one which was a penalty. This angered the Persepolis fans and players who felt the referee was biased towards Esteghlal. Persepolis fans stormed the field, and many fights broke out on the pitch between fans and players. After this match it was decided that Iranian referees will no longer be used for the derby.

  • Persepolis F.C. 2-2 Esteghlal
    December 29, 2001

One of the most exciting and heated matches in derby history. The game was extremely sensitive as Mehdi Hasheminasab had left Persepolis in the off-season for Esteghlal. Behrouz Rahbarifar opened up the scoring in minute 56, while Mohammad Navazi tied the game up at the 67th minute. Many thought the game would be over when Hasheminasab scored a late goal at minute 86, but Ali Karimi saved Persepolis scoring a spectacular goal at minute 89 to please the red fans. During the game Esteghlal's goalkeeper Parviz Broumand and Persepolis striker Payan Rafat were constantly insulting each other. This eventually led to Broumand punching Rafat in the face and giving him a black eye. A massive fight broke out between the players. After the match hooligans went on a rampage. They completely destroyed 250 city buses and damaged many shops. Three players from each side were arrested along with 60 fans for their behavior.

Persepolis' win against Fajr Sepasi on the last day of the 2001-02 league with Ebrahim Asadi's header just after he substituted gave them the title of first ever IPL champions.

It was the retirement match for Ahmadreza Abedzadeh. Ali Karimi was one of Bayern players and played against his former club. Ali Ansarian scored for Persepolis .

  • Persepolis F.C. 2-1 Sepahan
    May 17, 2008

Persepolis won Sepahan in front of over 100’000 fans and became 2007-08 IPL champion. Mohsen Khalili lead Persepolis, After a while Ehsan Hajsafi tied game and it meant Sepahan is the champion. In 90+6th min when everyone was chill, in a chancy position, Captain Karim Bagheri Sent a Pass and Sepehr Heidari’s Header lead Persepolis and gave them championship.

See also[edit]

Persepolis F.C.
Persepolis F.C. Honours
Takht Jamshid Cup
17th of Shahrivar league
Azadegan League
Iran Pro League
AFC Champions League
Asian Cup Winners Cup

References[edit]

  1. ^ Goal Sports Newspaper, #720,Retrieved on 2008-07-26
  2. ^ Tehran football fans rise to greet Reds