Pegah F.C.

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Pegah Gilan
پگاه گیلان
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Full name Pegah Gilan Football Club
Founded 5 August 2002
Dissolved 11 October 2008
Ground Dr. Azodi Stadium
Ground Capacity 11,000
League Persian Gulf Cup
2007-08 Persian Gulf Cup, 15th

Pegah Gilan Football Club (Persian: باشگاه فوتبال پگاه گیلان‎) was an Iranian football club based in Rasht, Iran that participated in the Iran Pro League and Azadegan League from 2002 to 2008.

Club history[edit]

The club began its life with the name, Esteghlal Rasht. They spent a number of seasons in the lower leagues of Iranian football but made it back to the top level, finishing 10th in the 2000-01 season. The next season proved to be disastrous for the team, they were managed by Nasser Hejazi, but finished 13th in the standings. They were relegated and embarrassingly lost 7-1 to Aboomoslem on the last match day of the season. The following season Pegah Dairy Co. bought the team, making it one of the few privately owned football clubs in Iran. The club's name was changed and was now known as Pegah Gilan.They won promotion again that season and went back to the IPL. They stayed in the IPL for two season but were relegated again in the 2004-05 season. Despite finishing first in Group A standings in the Azadegan league during the 2005-06 season, they were eliminated in the playoff stage and missed out on promotion.

Success Under Nader Dastneshan[edit]

Pegah under Nader Dastneshan were able to beat Persepolis, Esteghlal, Saipa in 2007-08 season and even make it to the final game of Hazfi Cup but losing to Esteghlal.

Dissolution of Pegah[edit]

In October 2008 Pegah terminated their sports activities due to financial problems. Damash Iranian (Damash Mineral Water Company) owned by Amir Abedini took over their license. The new club was named Damash Gilan.


For details on seasons, see List of Pegah F.C. seasons

Year Division Position Hazfi Cup Notes
2002-03 First Division 2nd Promoted to Pro League
2003-04 Pro League 9th 1/8 Final
2004-05 Pro League 16th 1/8 Final Relegated to Azadegan League
2005-06 First Division 1st Promoted to 2nd Round
2006-07 First Division 1st First Round Promoted to Pro League
2007-08 Pro League 15th Final

Club honors[edit]

Runner Up (1): 2007-08

Club managers[edit]

Managerial history[edit]

Famous players[edit]

External links[edit]

Fan sites[edit]