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    * Naft Tehran F.C. *

    باشگاه فوتبال نفت تهران


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    (Wikipedia) - Naft Tehran F.C. Naft Full name Nickname(s) Founded Ground Ground Capacity Owner Chairman Manager League 2013–14 Website
    Naft Tehran Football Club باشگاه فوتبال نفت تهران
    Iran''s Dortmund
    23 August 1950; 64 years ago
    Takhti Stadium, Tehran
    30,122
    National Iranian Oil Company
    Mansour Ghanbarzadeh
    Ali Reza Mansourian
    Iran Pro League
    Iran Pro League, 3rd
    Club home page
    Home colours Away colours
    Current season

    Naft Tehran F.C. is an Iranian football club based in Tehran, Iran. They currently compete in the Persian Gulf Pro League. They are owned by the National Iranian Oil Company.

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    History Establishment

    In 23 August 1971, National Iranian Oil Company decided on starting a football team. Before the Iranian Revolution the team competed in the Takht Jamshid Cup for several years.

    Promotion

    In 2003 the team was competing in the Tehran Local Leagues, in 2005 they were promoted to the 3rd Division. The following year, Naft again finished first and was promoted to the 2nd Division. After three years of competing in the 2nd Division, Naft was promoted to the Azadegan League. On 28 June 2010 Naft Tehran secured promotion and thus played in the Iran Pro League in the 2010–11 season for the first time in sixty years. During the 2011-12 season, Naft Tehran considered moving cities because of poor attendance but it was later denied. In that same year Naft Tehran almost made the Asian Champions League for the first time. Missing out on the last day of the league as they finished 5th.

    Champions League

    On the final day of the 2013–14 Iran Pro League season, Naft lead the league and had a opportunity to win the league. However, Naft lost to Sepahan and dropped to 3rd place, which was still good enough for a spot in the AFC Champions League, the first time in club history the team has reached the international stage. In May 2014 Yahya Golmohammadi announced that he would not be extending his contract with Naft and had signed with Zob Ahan. Shortly after on 31 May, Naft revealed Ali Reza Mansourian as their manager for the upcoming season.

    Season by seasonTakhti Stadium is home ground of Naft Tehran

    The table below chronicles the achievements of Naft Tehran in various competitions since 2003.

    Season League Position Hazfi Cup Notes
    2003–04 Tehran League 4th
    2004–05 Tehran League 1st Promoted
    2005–06 3rd Division 1st Promoted
    2006–07 2nd Division 5th
    2007–08 2nd Division 7th First round
    2008–09 2nd Division 1st 1/16 Final Promoted
    2009–10 Azadegan League 1st Third round Promoted
    2010–11 Iran Pro League 13th Round of 32
    2011–12 Iran Pro League 5th Round of 32
    2012–13 Iran Pro League 5th Round of 16
    2013–14 Iran Pro League 3rd Round of 16
    Kit Manufacturer History Period Kit provider Sponsor
    2007–08 Merooj NIOC
    2008–09
    2009–10
    2010–11 Daei Sport
    2011–12 Uhlsport
    2012–13
    2013–14
    2014–15
    First Team Squad

    As of July 6, 2014 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

    No.Position Player
    1 GK Alireza Beiranvand U23
    2 MF Mehdi Shiri
    4 DF Siamak Kouroshi
    5 DF Mohammad Amin Hajmohammadi
    6 MF Alireza Ezzati (Captain)
    7 MF Hossein Ebrahimi
    8 MF David Wirikom
    9 MF Vahid Amiri
    10 FW Gholamreza Rezaei
    11 MF Kamal Kamyabinia
    12 DF Meysam Joudaki U21
    13 DF Vahid Hamdinejad
    14 DF Saeid Lotfi U23
    No.Position Player
    17 DF Bahram Dabbagh U23
    20 DF Leandro Padovani
    22 DF Reza Aliari U21
    23 MF Iman Mobali
    27 MF Arash Rezavand U23
    31 FW Ali Ghorbani
    32 DF Saeed Ghezelagchi
    33 MF Vahid Zolghadr U21
    40 GK Vahid Sheikhveisi
    45 GK Ahmad Gohari U21
    66 MF Morteza Pouraliganji U23
    77 FW Amir Arsalan Motahari U23
    99 GK Ali Mohsenzadeh U23

    For recent transfers, see List of Iranian football transfers summer 2014.

    Loan list

    Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

    No.Position Player
    MF Mohammad Hossein Mehrazma (at Malavan until 30 May 2015)
    MF Hamid Bou Hamdan (at Naft Masjed Soleyman until 30 May 2015)
    Notable players
    Head coachesAlireza Mansourian the current head coach of Naft Tehran Name Nat From To
    Hamid Shirzadegan January 17, 1975 June 1, 1976
    Parviz Dehdari March 30, 1976 December 1, 1986
    Nasser Faryadshiran February 5, 2003 July 6, 2006
    Mehdi Dinvarzadeh July 6, 2006 May 3, 2010
    Nader Dastneshan June 5, 2010 July 1, 2010
    Hossein Faraki July 1, 2010 July 5, 2012
    Mansour Ebrahimzadeh July 7, 2012 June 1, 2013
    Yahya Golmohammadi June 1, 2013 June 1, 2014
    Ali Reza Mansourian June 1, 2014 Present
    Coaching Staff Staff Name
    Head coach Alireza Mansourian
    Assistant coach Mohammad Khoramgah
    Assistant coach Gholamhossein Atashgah
    Goalkeeping coach Seyed Mohsen Seyedi
    Doctor Masoud Ghorbani
    Chiropractor Vahid Zivari
    Technical Manager Rahim Ali Iranian
    Achievements Domestic League Provincial

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