Parseh Tehran F.C.

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Parseh Tehran
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Full name Parseh Tehran Football Club
Founded 2008; 8 years ago
Dissolved 2016
Ground Kargaran Stadium
Ground Capacity 5,000
Owner Kaveh Abedini
Chairman Kaveh Abedini
Manager Hamlet Mkhitaryan
League Iran Football's 2nd Division
2015–16 Azadegan League, 14th
Website Club home page

Parseh Tehran Football Club (former named Damash Tehran / Karaj) was an Iranian football club based in Tehran, Iran. They last competed in the Azadegan League. Their home stadium was Kargaran Stadium with a capacity of 5,000 people.

In June 2016, Parseh Tehran was officially dissolved. Their right to participate in the Azadegan League was given to Baadraan Tehran.[1]



Club was formed by Arya Investment Company and named Damash in 2008. The club participated in different competition since 2008–09 Iranian football season with the names of Damash Tehran and Damash Karaj.

Parseh Tehran[edit]

After its promotion to the Azadegan League in 2011, the club change its name to Parseh Tehran.[2] The club was sold to Kaveh Abedini in 2011. Kaveh Abedini is a successful businessman in Tehran. He also owns Parseh Classes in Tehran. His uncle is Amir Abedini, chairman of Damash. In the 2013–2014 Azadegan League season the club almost achieved a promotion to the Iran Pro League where they finished third, one point behind second placed Paykan.


In June 2016, Parseh was officially dissolved. They sold their licence to Baadraan Tehran.[3]


The table below shows the achievements of the club in various competitions.

Season League Position Hazfi Cup Notes
2008–09 2nd Division Group B/5th Did not qualify
2009–10 2nd Division Group D/7th 1st Round
2010–11 2nd Division Group A/2nd Did not qualify Promoted
2011–12 Azadegan League Group A/11th 2nd Round
2012–13 Azadegan League Group A/9th 1/16 Final
2013–14 Azadegan League Group B/3rd 1/16 Final
2014–15 Azadegan League Group B/4th 1/16 Final
2015–16 Azadegan League 14th Did not enter


As of March 6, 2013[4]

First-team squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Iran GK Ali Rezai
12 Iran GK Hamid Neshatjoo
1 Iran GK Misagh Memarzadeh
Iran GK Arash Ghadiri
Iran DF Mohsen Varzkar
Iran DF Milad Nosrati
Iran DF Mohsen Arzani
Iran DF Moein Mirabi
Iran DF MirMohammad Sadegh
Iran DF Mojtaba Khanjari
Iran DF Mohammad Sohrabi
Iran DF Babak Novin
Iran MF Mohammad Nazar
Iran MF Amirhossein Ipakchi
No. Position Player
Iran MF Mostafa Ahmadi
Iran MF Hamid Behnamifard
Iran MF Mojtaba Mahboub-Mojaz
Iran MF Kamyar Asmaei
Iran MF Ehsan Khorsandi
Iran FW Ali Karimi
Iran FW Mostafa Nobakht
Armenia FW Vahik Goostavian
Iran FW Hossein Divsallar
Iran FW Hamid Hajhassan

Club managers[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Baderan Company bought Parseh club licence and changed the name of Club to Baderan Tehran
  2. ^ پارسه جانشين تيم داماش در ليگ
  3. ^ Baadraan Company bought Parseh club licence in Azadegan League
  4. ^