Bank Tejarat F.C.

Bank Tejarat Football Club (Persian: بانک تجارت‎, Bank Tejaret) was an Iranian football club based in Tehran, Iran. It was owned by Bank Tejarat, a state owned bank in Iran. In 1989, Parviz Abutaleb owner of Butan F.C. sold the rights and license of the club to Bank Tejarat.[1] They are famous for launching the career of Iranian football legend Ali Daei. His coach was Amir hajrezaei who was head coach of the Iranian national under 17s team in 1990. From 1991-1994 Godarz Habibi was his assistant. In 1996, Tejarat started in the Tehran league division 1 again and in May, 2001 sold the rights and license of the club.

Bank Tejarat Football Club
Full nameBank Tejarat Football Club
LeagueTehran League, Azadegan league of Iran

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  1. ^ "روزنامه اعتماد86/2/20: داستان تيم هاي يک شبه در فوتبال ايران". Archived from the original on 2011-07-16. Retrieved 2009-04-24.