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List of Iranian football champions

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Iranian League (1st tier)

Local League
(1970–1972)
Takht Jamshid Cup
(1973–1978)
Qods League
(1989–1990)
Azadegan League[notes 1]
(1991–2001)
Pro League
(2001–)

Persepolis,The current Champion  with 14 times champions
Persepolis,The current Champion with 14 times champions
Founded
1970
Number of Teams
16
Current Champions
Persepolis
Country
Iran
Iran
Most successful club
Persepolis
(14 times champions)

The Iranian football champions are the winners of the highest league in Iranian football, which since 2001–02 is the Pro League. The title has been contested since 1970, in varying forms of competition. While Persepolis has won a record 14 championship titles.

Champions

Local League (1970–72)

Year Winner (number of titles) Runners-up Third-Place Top scorer (club) (goals)
1970–71 Taj (1) Pas Tehran Taj Abadan Iran Hossein Kalani (Persepolis) (6)
1971–72 Persepolis (1) Pas Tehran Taj Iran Hossein Kalani (Persepolis) (12)

Takht Jamshid Cup (1973–78)

Year Winner (number of titles) Runners-up Third-Place Top scorer (club) (goals)
1973–74 Persepolis (2) Taj Pas Tehran Iran Gholam Hossein Mazloumi (Taj)
Iran Aziz Espandar (Malavan) (15)
1974–75 Taj (2) Persepolis Homa Iran Gholam Hossein Mazloumi (Taj) (10)
1975–76 Persepolis (3) Homa Pas Tehran Iran Nasser Nouraei (Homa) (10)
1976–77 Pas Tehran (1) Persepolis Shahbaz Iran Gholam Hossein Mazloumi (Shahbaz) (19)
1977–78 Pas Tehran (2) Persepolis Malavan Iran Aziz Espandar (Malavan) (16)
1978–79 Not completed due to the Iranian Revolution.

Qods League (1989–1990)

Year Winner (number of titles) Runners-up Third-Place Top scorer (club) (goals)
1989–90 Esteghlal[notes 2] (3) Persepolis Malavan Iran Mohammad Ahmadzadeh (Malavan) (16)

Azadegan League (1991–2001)

Year Winner (number of titles) Runners-up Third-Place Top scorer (club) (goals)
1991–92 Pas Tehran (3) Esteghlal Persepolis Iran Farshad Pious (Persepolis) (11)
1992–93 Pas Tehran (4) Persepolis KeshavarzTractor Iran Jamshid Shahmohammadi (Keshavarz) (11)
1993–94 Saipa (1) Persepolis Jonoob Ahvaz Iran Abbas Simakani (Zob Ahan) (17)
1994–95 Saipa (2) Esteghlal Keshavarz Iran Farshad Pious (Persepolis) (20)
1995–96 Persepolis (4) Bahman Esteghlal Iran Mohammad Momeni (Polyacryl) (19)
1996–97 Persepolis (5) Bahman Sepahan Iran Ali Asghar Modir Roosta (Bahman) (18)
1997–98 Esteghlal (4) Pas Tehran Zob Ahan Iran Hossein Khatibi (Tractor) (16)
1998–99 Persepolis (6) Esteghlal Sepahan Iran Koroush Barmak (Tractor)
Iran Abdoljalil Golcheshmeh (Aboomoslem) (14)
1999–2000 Persepolis (7) Esteghlal Fajr Sepasi Iraq Mohanned Mehdi Al-Nadawi (Sanat Naft) (15)
2000–01 Esteghlal (5) Persepolis Saipa Iran Reza Sahebi (Zob Ahan)
Iran Ali Samereh (Esteghlal) (14)

Iran Pro League (2001–)

Year Winner (number of titles) Runners-up Third-Place Top scorer (club) (goals)
2001–02 Persepolis (8) Esteghlal Foolad Iran Reza Enayati (Aboomoslem) (17)
2002–03 Sepahan (1) Pas Tehran Persepolis Iran Edmund Bezik (Sepahan) (13)
2003–04 Pas Tehran (5) Esteghlal Foolad Iran Ali Daei (Persepolis) (16)
2004–05 Foolad (1) Zob Ahan Esteghlal Iran Reza Enayati (Esteghlal) (20)
2005–06 Esteghlal (6) Pas Tehran Saipa Iran Reza Enayati (Esteghlal) (21)
2006–07 Saipa (3) Esteghlal Ahvaz Persepolis Iran Mehdi Rajabzadeh (Zob Ahan)
Nigeria Daniel Olerum (Aboomoslem) (17)
2007–08 Persepolis (9) Sepahan Saba Battery Iran Mohsen Khalili (Persepolis)
Iran Hadi Asghari (Rah Ahan) (18)
2008–09 Esteghlal (7) Zob Ahan Mes Kerman Iran Arash Borhani (Esteghlal) (21)
2009–10 Sepahan (2) Zob Ahan Esteghlal Iraq Emad Mohammed (Sepahan) (19)
2010–11 Sepahan (3) Esteghlal Zob Ahan Iran Reza Norouzi (Foolad) (24)
2011–12 Sepahan (4) Tractor Esteghlal Iran Karim Ansarifard (Saipa) (21)
2012–13 Esteghlal (8) Tractor Sepahan Iran Jalal Rafkhaei (Malavan) (19)
2013–14 Foolad (2) Persepolis Naft Tehran Iran Karim Ansarifard (Tractor) (14)
2014–15 Sepahan (5) Tractor Naft Tehran Brazil Éder Luciano (Tractor) (20)
2015–16 Esteghlal Khuzestan (1) Persepolis Esteghlal Iran Mehdi Taremi (Persepolis) (16)
2016–17 Persepolis (10) Esteghlal Tractor Iran Mehdi Taremi (Persepolis) (18)
2017–18 Persepolis (11) Zob Ahan Esteghlal Iran Ali Alipour (Persepolis) (19)
2018–19 Persepolis (12) Sepahan Esteghlal Brazil Kiros Stanlley (Sepahan)
Brazil Luciano Pereira Mendes (Foolad) (16)
2019–20 Persepolis (13) Esteghlal Foolad Mali Cheick Diabaté (Esteghlal) (15)
2020–21 Persepolis (14) Sepahan Esteghlal Iran Sajjad Shahbazzadeh (Sepahan) (20)

Bold indicates Double winners – i.e. League and Hazfi Cup winners OR League and Champions League winners
Italic indicates Treble winners – i.e. League, Hazfi Cup and Champions League winners

Asian Club Championship/ AFC Champions League Qualified Asian Cup Winners' Cup Qualified

Notes

Performances

Titles won by club (%)

  Persepolis – 14 (36.84%)
  Esteghlal – 8 (21.05%)
  Pas Tehran – 5 (13.16%)
  Sepahan – 5 (13.16%)
  Saipa – 3 (7.90%)
  Foolad – 2 (5.26%)
  Est.Khuzestan – 1 (2.63%)

Clubs

The following table lists the performance of each club describing winners of the Championship.

Club Winners Runners-up Winning seasons
Persepolis
14
9
1971–72, 1973–74, 1975–76, 1995–96, 1996–97, 1998–99, 1999–2000, 2001–02, 2007–08, 2016–17, 2017–18, 2018–19, 2019–20, 2020–21
Esteghlal
8
10
1970–71, 1974–75, 1989–90, 1997–98, 2000–01, 2005–06, 2008–09, 2012–13
Pas Tehran
5
5
1976–77, 1977–78, 1991–92, 1992–93, 2003–04
Sepahan
5
3
2002–03, 2009–10, 2010–11, 2011–12, 2014–15
Saipa
3
0
1993–94, 1994–95, 2006–07
Foolad
2
0
2004–05, 2013–14
Esteghlal Khuzestan
1
0
2015–16

Total titles won by city

The following table lists the Iranian football champions by city.

City Titles Winning Clubs
Tehran
29
Persepolis (14), Esteghlal (8), Pas Tehran (5), Saipa (2)
Isfahan
5
Sepahan (5)
Ahvaz
3
Foolad (2), Esteghlal Khuzestan (1)
Karaj
1
Saipa (1)

Total titles won by province

The following table lists the Iranian football champions by Province.

Province Titles Winning Clubs
Tehran
30
Persepolis (14), Esteghlal (8), Pas Tehran (5), Saipa[1] (3)
Isfahan
5
Sepahan (5)
Khuzestan
3
Foolad (2), Esteghlal Khuzestan (1)

^1 Since 2003 to 2015, Saipa Club had played its games in Karaj (Capital of Alborz Province). but before the formation of the Alborz province in 2010, Karaj was considered part of the Tehran province in Iran's divisions.

See also

Sources

References and notes

  1. ^ Azadegan League is now the name of the 2nd highest division in Iran, only the IPL is higher.
  2. ^ Taj changed its name to Esteghlal in 1979.

External links

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