F.C. Pars Jonoubi Jam

Football Club Pars Jonoubi Jam (Persian: باشگاه فوتبال پارس جنوبی جم, Bashgah-e Futbal-e Pars Jinubi), commonly known as Pars Jonoubi Jam, is an Iranian football club based in Jam, Bushehr. They were promoted to the Persian Gulf Pro League in 2016–17 season.

Pars Jonoubi
پارس جنوبی
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Full nameFootball Club Pars Jonoubi Jam
Nickname(s)زنبورهای جنوب
Zenburhai Jinub (South bees)
Founded2007; 16 years ago (2007)
GroundTakhti Jam
OwnerPars Special Economic Energy Zone
ChairmanMorad Moradi
Head CoachMohammad Nosrati
LeagueAzadegan League
2020–21Azadegan League, 10th

The football team plays their home games at the Shohada Stadium which has a seating capacity of 15,000. The club is owned and supported by the PSEEZ (Pars Special Energy Economic Zone) and is named after the South Pars Gas Field.



In 2007 FC Pars Junubi Jam Bushehr was founded by the PSEEZ (Pars Special Energy Economic Zone). In 2010 Pars Jonoubi Jam were allowed to play in Iran Football's 2nd Division. In 2015–16 Iran Football's 2nd Division Pars Jonoubi Jam finished second in their group and were placed in the promotion Play-off against Naft va Gaz Gachsaran. Pars Jonoubi Jam won 4–0 on aggregate and were promoted to the Azadegan League.

Azadegan LeagueEdit

On 7 August 2016, Pars Junubi Jam played its first ever Azadegan League match against Mes Rafsanjan. They won the game 1–0.[1] On 24 April 2017 Pars Jam defeated Esteghlal Ahvaz 2–1 and were crowned Azadegan League champions and were promoted to the Persian Gulf Pro League for the 2017–18 season.

Persian Gulf Pro LeagueEdit

In September 2017, Pars shocked Iran after leading the league after six rounds following their surprise 2–0 win against Iranian giants Esteghlal.


Pars Junubi Jam is the highest supported team in Jam County. Many workers from the Pars Special Energy Economic Zone are supporting the club.


The home venue of Pars Junubi Jam is the Shohada Stadium in Jam, Bushehr, Iran with a 10,000 seating capacity. It is owned by the PSEEZ (Pars Special Energy Economic Zone).


The table below shows the achievements of the club in various competitions.

Season League Position Hazfi Cup Notes
2010–11 2nd Division 5th/Group A Did not qualify
2011–12 9th/Group A Did not qualify
2012–13 4th/Group A
2013–14 7th/Group B
2014–15 3rd/Group B
2015–16 2nd/Group A Promoted
2016–17 Azadegan League 1st Round of 32 Promoted
2017–18 Iran Pro League 5th Round of 32
2018–19 12th Round of 16
2019–20 15th Round of 32 Relegated


Domestic competitionsEdit

Pars Jam players celebrating promotion to the Persian Gulf Pro League



First team squadEdit

As of 29 July 2020.

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
2 DF   IRN Mohammad Pourshaker U21
3 DF   IRN Amir Hossein Esmaeilzadeh U21
5 DF   IRN Ali Abdollahzadeh
6 MF   BRA Magno Batista
7 MF   IRN Shahram Goudarzi
8 MF   IRN Mahmoud Shafiei
9 FW   IRN Reza Khaleghifar
10 FW   IRN Mohammad Ebrahimi
12 GK   IRN Ali Hajivand U25
16 FW   IRN Ahmad Baharvandi U23
17 FW   IRN Milad Taghian U23
21 FW   CAN Adam Hemati
No. Pos. Nation Player
28 MF   IRN Nima Entezari U25
32 FW   IRN Homayoun Eftekhari U19
33 GK   IRN Masoud Pourmohammad
34 MF   IRN Iman Basafa
44 DF   IRN Amir Hossein Rafiei U21
45 DF   IRN Mohammad Reza Sameni U23
66 MF   IRN Hassan Farivar U21
68 GK   IRN Mohsen Forouzan
69 DF   IRN Milad Khodayi
72 DF   IRN Milad Bagheri
96 DF   IRN Babak Hatami
99 FW   IRN Sasan Hosseini U21