Name
Iranian Persian Gulf Pro League

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Established
1970 (52 years old)

First Recorded Event
2019-08-22

Current Season
2021-2022

API Football ID
3935

Sport
Soccer

Location
Iran

Gender
Male

Alternate Names
Iranian Persian Gulf Cup

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Upcoming Events
22 Jan 22 Mes Rafsanjan  - Sepahan
22 Jan 22 Havadar  - Esteghlal
22 Jan 22 Persepolis  - Foolad FC
23 Jan 22 Tractor Sazi  - Gol Gohar
23 Jan 22 ZOB Ahan  - Sanat Naft
23 Jan 22 Aluminium Arak  - Shahr Khodro
23 Jan 22 Naft Masjed Sol  - Paykan
24 Jan 22 Fajr Sepasi  - Nassaji Mazanda

Latest Results
13 Jan 22 Mes Rafsanjan 0 - 0  Paykan
13 Jan 22 ZOB Ahan 0 - 0  Gol Gohar
13 Jan 22 Naft Masjed Sol 0 - 3  Esteghlal
13 Jan 22 Aluminium Arak 0 - 0  Sepahan
13 Jan 22 Tractor Sazi 1 - 1  Nassaji Mazanda
13 Jan 22 Havadar 1 - 2  Sanat Naft
13 Jan 22 Persepolis 1 - 0  Fajr Sepasi
13 Jan 22 Foolad FC 2 - 0  Shahr Khodro
08 Jan 22 Nassaji Mazanda 1 - 0  ZOB Ahan
08 Jan 22 Fajr Sepasi 1 - 1  Tractor Sazi

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The Persian Gulf Pro League (Persian: لیگ برتر خلیج فارس‎), formerly known as the Iran Pro League (Persian: لیگ برتر فوتبال ایران‎), is the highest division of professional football in Iran. The league was also known as the Persian Gulf Cup (Persian: جام خلیج فارس‎) from 2006. It is the top-level football league in Iran since its foundation in 2 November 2001. Each year, the top finishing team in the Persian Gulf Pro League becomes the Iranian football champion, and the lowest finishing teams are relegated to Azadegan League.

Since 2013, the league comprises 16 teams. The winner and runner-up of the Persian Gulf Pro League and the Hazfi Cup champion are automatically qualified for the AFC Champions League group stage. The third of the Persian Gulf Pro League is qualified for the AFC Champions League Play-off round. The bottom two teams in the league are relegated to Azadegan League. In the past, the format and number of teams were changed for various times. Persepolis is the most successful club with five titles, two runners-up, and two third places. Persepolis also holds the Iranian record champion, with 12 titles.

Seasons

2019-2020

2020-2021

2021-2022

Teams

Aluminium Arak
-11

Esteghlal
-11

Fajr Sepasi
-11

Foolad FC
-11

Gol Gohar
-11

Havadar
-11

Mes Rafsanjan
-11

Naft Masjed Sol
-11

Nassaji Mazanda
-11

Paykan
-11

Persepolis
-11

Sanat Naft
-11

Sepahan
-11

Shahr Khodro
-11

Tractor Sazi
-10

ZOB Ahan
-11

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