Persepolis Athletic and Cultural Club

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Persepolis Athletic and Cultural Club is an Iranian multisport club based in Tehran, Iran. It was establish by Ali Abdo. The club is most know for its football team in the Iran Pro League.

Chairmpersons[1][edit]

# Chairperson Nationality Tenure Honours
1 Ali Abdo Iran United States December 1963–January 1975 Iranian Football League
Winner:71–72, 73-74
Runner-up: 74-75
2 Mostafa Makri Iran January 1975–February 1979 Iranian Football League
Winner:75-76
Runner-up: 76-77, 77-78
Espandi Cup
Winner:1979
Tehran Hazfi Cup
Winner:1979
3 Abbas Vakil † Iran March 1980–March 1984 Tehran provincial league
Winner:1982
Runner-up:1981
Tehran Hazfi Cup
Winner:1982
Runner-up:1981, 1983
4 Abbas Golijani Iran March 1984–June 1986 Tehran provincial league
Winner:1986
5 Javad Tabatabaei Iran June 1986–June 1990 Iranian Football League
Runner-up:89-90
Hazfi Cup
Winner:87-88
17th of Shahrivar league
Winner:1988
Tehran provincial league
Winner:1987, 1988
Tehran Hazfi Cup
Winner:1987
6 Abbas Ansarifard Iran June 1990–November 1993 Iranian Football League
Runner-up:92-93
Hazfi Cup
Winner:90-91
Asian Cup Winners Cup
Winner:1991
Runner-up:1993
Tehran super cup
Winner:1992
7 Amir Abedini Iran November 1993–January 2001 Iranian Football League
Winner:95-96,
96-97, 98-99, 99-00
Runner-up:93-94, 2000-01
Hazfi Cup
Winner:98-99
8 Abbas Ansarifard Iran January–May 2001
9 Ali Parvin Iran May–October 2001*
10 Ali Mirzaei Iran October 2001–June 2002 Iranian Football League
Winner:01-02
11 Akbar Ghamkhar Iran June 2002–June 2004
12 Hojatollah Khatib Iran June 2004–December 2005*
13 Mohammad Hassan Ansarifard Iran December 2005–June 2007 Hazfi Cup
Runner-up:05-06
14 Habib Kashani Iran June 2007–June 2008 Iranian Football League
Winner:07-08
15 Dariush Mostafavi Iran June 2008–January 2009
16 Abbas Ansarifard Iran January 2009–October 2009
17 Habib Kashani Iran October 2009–September 2011* Hazfi Cup
Winner:09-10, 10-11
18 Mohammad Rouyanian Iran September 2011–January 2014 Hazfi Cup
Runner-up:12–13
19 Ali Parvin Iran January 2014–present Iranian Football League
Runner-up:13–14

*as Interim Chairman.

Ownership[edit]

Owner Tenure
Iran CRC Company* 1963–1979
Iran National Sports Organization 1980–1986
Iran The Oppressed and Veterans Foundation 1986
Iran National Sports Organization 1986–1993
Iran Ministry of Industries and Mines 1993–1997
Iran National Sports Organization 1997–2011
Iran Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports 2011–Present

*Private Company owned by Ali Abdo, Fatimeh Pahlavi and Mohammad Amir Khatam.

Divisions[edit]

Football[edit]

Men's[edit]

Persepolis Football Club who play in Iran Pro League. According to the AFC, Persepolis is Asia's number one supported club team. Only Dalian Shide and Al-Hilal have similar support in Asia.

Women's[edit]

Futsal[edit]

Persepolis Futsal Club who played in Iranian Futsal Super League. It has currently ceased operations.

Taekwondo[edit]

Persepolis' taekwondo team was founded recently, they have won 1 Iranian domestic championship.

Basketball[edit]

Karate[edit]

Bowling[edit]

Volleyball[edit]

Persepolis VC is one of the oldest volleyball teams in Iran, its has currently ceased operations due to lack of funds.

Handball[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "مدیران". Persepolis Official Website.  (Persian)

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 35°46′23.95″N 51°23′35.15″E / 35.7733194°N 51.3930972°E / 35.7733194; 51.3930972