Shensa Saveh FSC

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Shensa Saveh FSC
Full name Shensa Saveh Futsal Club
Nickname(s) Shensa
Founded 1999
Dissolved 2008
Ground Fajr-e Felestin Hall
Ground Capacity 2,500
Owner Shensa Saveh Co.
Chairman Iran Mohammad Mortazavinejad
Head Coach Brazil Sávio Sousa
League Iranian Futsal Super League
2007-08 13th
Website Club home page

Shensa Saveh Futsal Club (Persian: باشگاه فوتسال شن‌سا ساوه‎‎) was an Iranian futsal club based in Saveh, Iran. Shensa were the champions of the Iranian Super League and the Asian Club Futsal Championships.





The table below chronicles the achievements of the Club in various competitions.

Season League Asia Leagues Top goalscorer Manager
Division P W D L GF GA Pts Pos Name Goals
1999 ~ 2002  ???
2002–03 Premiere Futsal League 3rd Iran Seyed Mehdi Abtahi
2003–04 Futsal Super League 22 18 2 2 106 49 56 1st Iran Mahmoud Lotfi[5] 36 Iran Saeed Tahmtan
2004–05 Futsal Super League 26 12 7 7 78 71 43 3rd
2005–06 Futsal Super League 26 19 4 3 101 61 61 1st Champion*[6] Brazil Sávio Sousa[7]
AFC Futsal Club Championship Group stage 2 2 0 0 15 0 6 1st Iran Mahmoud Lotfi 8
Semi-finals Shensa Saveh 10 - 5 Thailand CAT Telecom
Finals Shensa Saveh 5 - 1 Uzbekistan Ardus Tashkent
2007–08 Futsal Super League 13 7 1 5 42 39 22 13th Brazil Sávio Sousa
Relegation to the 1st Division issued by Iranian Football Federation

* unofficial titles
1 worst title in history of club

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


Former players[edit]

For details on former players, see Category:Shensa Saveh FSC players.

World Cup Players[edit]

Famous players[edit]


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Fan sites[edit]

Preceded by
Inaugural Champions
Asia Futsal Cup
2006 (trial edition)
Succeeded by
Foolad Mahan
Preceded by
Iranian Futsal Super League
03-04 (First title)
Succeeded by
Tam Iran Khodro
Preceded by
Tam Iran Khodro
Iranian Futsal Super League
05-06 (Second title)
Succeeded by
Tam Iran Khodro