In 2012, Mazani chain store company from Babol, Khooneh Be Khooneh bought Bahman's certificate to take part in 3rd Division Football League. Previously, Khooneh Be Khooneh had successful experiences with their team in wrestling. With Farshad Pious as their manager they got their first promotion in their first season.
After appointing Hamid Derakhshan midway through the season as manager in their first season at second tier of Iranian football, the team went on a disastrous run and missed out on promotion. However at the end of the season, Alireza Marzban the coach of Azadegan League champions Paykan announced he had taken over as manager.
In 2016–17 season following high hopes with Marzban as the coach, after suffering from some weak results, specially their 3-0 defeat against their rival Baadraan, club and manager decided to take separate ways from about middle of the season. Then Levon Stepanyan and Alireza Emamifar took over and co-managed the team against Pars Jonoubi Jam and Sepidrood as caretakers. After a little while Nader Dastneshan managed the team for the rest of the season and failed to promote to upper division.
In 2017-18, they've chosen former Team Melli's captain and assistant manager Javad Nekounam as their manager. Being under Carlos Queiroz for few months, Nekounam started his first season as manager with brilliant vision and strong ideas. He got great results with the team in the league and led them through Hazfi Cup's semi-final. Just after losing the first game of his season with Khooneh Be Khooneh, he resigned from his position and soon after losing his second game of the season he left the club. He later signed by other Mazani club Nassaji and later led them into Persian Gulf Pro League after 24 years. Later club replaced Nekounam with Croatian coach Dragan Skočić. Although Skočić got great results with the team and even went on unbeaten streak for 11 games and also led the team through Hazfi Cup's final, he failed to promote the team in the last week because of goal difference head to head with Nassaji in the table after Nassaji crushed Rah Ahan 6-0 in Tehran.