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Iranian Volleyball Super League

Iranian Super League
Current season, competition or edition:
2013–14 Iranian Volleyball Super League
Sport Volleyball
Founded 1975 officially
1997 with current format
No. of teams 12
Country  Iran
Most recent champion(s) Matin Varamin (1st title)
Most titles Paykan Tehran (11 titles)
TV partner(s) IRIB
Official website

The Iranian Super League (ISL) is a professional volleyball league in Iran at the top of the Iranian volleyball league system. It was founded in 1975 as the Pasargard Cup, but after the Iranian Revolution it was renamed to the first Division. In 1997 the league system was revamped and the Iranian Super League was established. Paykan Tehran has won the most titles in the new Super League with ten titles. While Matin Varamin are the current champions.

2013/14 teams

League champions

Pasargad Cup

Season Champion Runner-up Third place
1975–1976 Dokhaniat Tehran Persepolis Tehran Taj Tehran
1976–1977 Taj Tehran Persepolis Tehran Zob Ahan Isfahan
1977–1978 Taj Tehran Irana Tehran Liftraksazi Tabriz
1978–1990 No national league competition only provincial leagues. (because of revolution and war)

First Division

Season Champion Runner-up Third place
1990–1991 Bonyad Shahid Tehran Bank Melli Tehran Bank Mazandaran Sari
1991–1992 Bonyad Shahid Tehran Bank Melli Tehran Bank Tejarat Tehran
1992–1993 Bank Melli Tehran Bank Tejarat Tehran Zob Ahan Isfahan
1993–1994 Abgineh Qazvin Bank Melli Tehran Bank Tejarat Tehran
1994–1995 Fajr Sepah Tehran Foolad Khuzestan Rikhtehgari Tabriz
1995–1996 Fajr Sepah Tehran Persepolis Tehran Zob Ahan Isfahan
1996–1997 Paykan Tehran Zob Ahan Isfahan Fajr Sepah Tehran

Super League

Season Champion Runner-up Third place
1997–1998 Paykan Tehran Zob Ahan Isfahan Abgineh Qazvin
1998–1999 Paykan Tehran Sanam Tehran Zob Ahan Isfahan
1999–2000 Paykan Tehran Motojen Tabriz Sanam Tehran
2000–2001 Sanam Tehran Paykan Tehran Aboumoslem Khorasan
2001–2002 Sanam Tehran Paykan Tehran PAS Tehran
2002–2003 Paykan Tehran Sanam Tehran PAS Tehran
2003–2004 Sanam Tehran Paykan Tehran Pegah Urmia
2004–2005 Sanam Tehran Pegah Urmia Paykan Tehran
2005–2006 Paykan Tehran Saipa Tehran Azarpayam Ertebatat Urmia
2006–2007 Paykan Tehran Gol Gohar Sirjan Saipa Tehran
2007–2008 Paykan Tehran Saipa Tehran Pegah Urmia
2008–2009 Paykan Tehran Saipa Tehran Foolad Urmia
BEEM Mazandaran
2009–2010 Paykan Tehran Saipa Karaj Kalleh Mazandaran
2010–2011 Paykan Tehran Saipa Alborz Kalleh Mazandaran
2011–2012 Kalleh Mazandaran Saipa Alborz Paykan Tehran
Shahrdari Urmia
2012–2013 Kalleh Mazandaran Matin Varamin Paykan Tehran
2013–2014 Matin Varamin Kalleh Mazandaran Shahrdari Urmia

Titles by club

Team Winners Runners-Up Years Won Years Runner-Up
Paykan Tehran 11 3 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 2001, 2002, 2004
Sanam Tehran 4 2 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005 1999, 2003
Kalleh Mazandaran 2 1 2012, 2013 2014
Esteghlal Tehran 2 0 1977, 1978
Bonyad Shahid Tehran 2 0 1991, 1992
Fajr Sepah Tehran 2 0 1995, 1996
Bank Melli Tehran 1 3 1993 1991, 1992, 1994
Matin Varamin 1 1 2014 2013
Dokhaniat Tehran 1 0 1976
Abgineh Qazvin 1 0 1994
Saipa Alborz 0 6 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
Persepolis Tehran 0 3 1976, 1977, 1996
Zob Ahan Isfahan 0 2 1997, 1998
Irana Tehran 0 1 1978
Bank Tejarat Tehran 0 1 1993
Foolad Khuzestan 0 1 1995
Motojen Tabriz 0 1 2000
Pegah Urmia 0 1 2005
Gol Gohar Sirjan 0 1 2007

Titles by city

City (Province) Winners Runners-up
Tehran (Tehran) 23 16
Amol (Mazandaran) 2 1
Varamin (Tehran) 1 1
Qazvin (Qazvin) 1 0
Karaj (Alborz) 0 3
Isfahan (Isfahan) 0 2
Ahvaz (Khuzestan) 0 1
Tabriz (East Azerbaijan) 0 1
Urmia (West Azerbaijan) 0 1
Sirjan (Kerman) 0 1

Notable foreign players

See also

External links

  • I.R. Iran Volleyball Federation
  • (Persian) League champions
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