PAS Hamedan F.C.

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PAS Hamedan Football Club (Persian: باشگاه فوتبال پاس همدان, Bashgag-e Futbal-e Pas Hemidan) is an Iranian football club based in Hamedan, Iran and compete in the Azadegan League. The club was formed after the dissolution of Pas Tehran in 2007.

PAS Hamedan
پاس همدان
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Full namePAS Hamedan Football Club
Nickname(s)Great PAS, Champion of Asia, Hegmatane Soldiers, Greens
Founded1953; 68 years ago
GroundQods Stadium
Hamedan
Capacity8,000
ChairmanAmir Azimi
Head CoachSiamak Farahani
LeagueFootball's 2nd Division
2021–22Azadegan League, 15th (Relegated)
Current season

HistoryEdit

EstablishmentEdit

PAS Hamedan was formed on June 9, 2007 as a result of the dissolution of PAS Tehran. The team was initially named Alvand Hamedan after the Alvand mountain range in Hamedan, however after much deliberation it was changed to PAS Hamedan. PAS stands for Piroozi Esteghamat Sarfarazi (esteghamat starts with Aleph (A) in Persian).[1]

Doping ScandalEdit

In July 2008, it was revealed that numerous players and staff members were involved in distributing illegal doping substances. Midfielders Saeed Daghighi and Faruk Ihtijarević were banned for six months after testing positive for doping in a match against Rah Ahan. Team translator Reza Chalangar and head athletic trainer Morad-Ali Teymouri were found to have been distributing the substances and were banned for four years from involvement in any Iranian sport. In addition, the team was fined for 25,000 Swiss Francs.[2]

Persian Gulf CupEdit

PAS Hamedan initially enjoyed some success in the IPL. They finished 5th in the 2007–2008 but the team dropped in the rankings in their next three IPL seasons and eventually got relegated in the 2010–2011 season.

Azadegan LeagueEdit

PAS appointed Faraz Kamalvand[3] in their first season in the Azadegan League as they aimed to get promoted back to the IPL. He was sacked in the mid-season break due to poor results and was replaced with Vinko Begović. The team finished the season in 4th place and they failed to get promoted to the IPL.

PAS Novin Hamedan was promoted from the Iran Football's 2nd Division to the Azadegan League following the 2011–12 season and now plays under the name Alvand Hamedan in Group A of the 2012–13 Azadegan League.

PAS finished the 2012–13 Azadegan League (Group B) in 3rd place and qualified to the promotion play-offs following the disqualification of Shahrdari Tabriz over a match-fixing scandal.[4] In the first round of the play-offs PAS defeated Mes Sarcheshmeh 3–2 (2–1, 1–1) after two matches, but lost 5–3 (4–2, 1–1) to Zob Ahan Isfahan in the second round.

Logo historyEdit

 
Logo's Pas Hamedan 2007–2011
 
Logo's Pas Hamedan 2011–2013
 
Logo's Pas Hamedan 2013–2018
 
Logo's Pas Hamedan 2018–present

Season-by-SeasonEdit

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

Season League Position Hazfi Cup Notes
2007–08 IPL 5th Quarterfinals
2008–09 IPL 13th Semifinals
2009–10 IPL 15th Fourth Round
2010–11 IPL 16th Fourth Round Relegated
2011–12 Div 1 4th Group B Second Round
2012–13 Div 1 3rd N/A
2013–14 Div 1 9th Group B Third Round
2014–15 Div 1 3rd Group B Fourth Round
2015–16 Div 1 16th Did not enter Relegated
2016–17 Div 2 6th Group C first round First Round
2017–18 Div 2 9th Group C first round Did not enter
2018–19 Div 2 3rd Group B Did not enter
2019–20 Div 2 2nd Group B Play-off Loser Fourth Round

PlayersEdit

First-team squadEdit

as of January 5, 2016[5]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 Milad Sadeghian
3 DF   IRN Mohammad Sadegh Karami
4 DF   IRN Mohsen Varzkar
8 MF   IRN Jamal Masoumi
11 FW   IRN Arman Ramezani
13 DF   IRN Vahid Jalalinia
14 MF   IRN Hossein Kazemi
17 MF   IRN Saeid Kheradmand
18 MF   IRN Mohsen Lotfi U23
19 DF   IRN Amin Pourali
20 MF   IRN Mohsen Azarpad
21 MF   IRN Armin Talaeimanesh
22 GK   IRN Masoud Pourmohammad
23 MF   IRN Mohammad Reza Molaei
27 DF   IRN Nader Hooshyar
30 FW   IRN Nima Partoei
No. Pos. Nation Player
55 DF   IRN Navid Khosh Hava
62 MF   IRN Majid Gholamnejad
70 MF   IRN Davoud Shahvaraghi
77 MF   IRN Ahmad Jamshidian (captain)
99 GK   IRN Mohammadreza Khazaei
GK   IRN Mohammadreza Saberizadeh U21
  IRN Mohsen Lashni U23
  IRN Reza Karami U23
  IRN Milad Jan Jan U23
  IRN Mohammad Ghofrani U23
  IRN Javad Tale' Moheb U23
  IRN Milad Salehi U23
  IRN Mehdi Mohammadi U23
  IRN Mohammad Khademi U21
  IRN Nima Ataei U21
  IRN Amir Mohammad Rezaei U21

For recent transfers, see List of Iranian football transfers summer 2013.

ManagersEdit

Name Period
  Vinko Begović 2007–2009
  Ali Reza Mansourian 2009
  Ali Asghar Modir Roosta 2009–2010
  Mahmoud Yavari 2010–2011
  Ali Asghar Modir Roosta 2011
  Faraz Kamalvand 2011–2012
  Vinko Begović 2012–2013
  Omid Tayeri 2013
  Mojtaba Khorshidi 2013–2014
  Mohsen Ashouri 2014
  Davoud Mahabadi 2014–2015
  Reza Talaeimanesh 2015–2016
  Akbar Mohammadi 2016–2017
  Ali Latifi 2017–

HonoursEdit

As PAS Tehran

 
Pas players celebrating their first league championship in 1967

DomesticEdit

ContinentalEdit

  Winners (1): 1992–93

IntercontinentalEdit

InternationalEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Fourth oldest club cup, organized by the Indian Association and played between Indian clubs and other invited ones.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Alvand Hamedan changes to PAS Hamedan". isna.ir. Retrieved 2007-07-09.
  2. ^ "با محروميت 6 ماهه دقيقي و اختياروويچ هشت امتياز از تيم پاس همدان كسر شد". Farsnews.com. Retrieved 2018-01-02.
  3. ^ "Football News, Live Scores, Results & Transfers - Goal.com". www.goal.com. Retrieved 2 January 2018.
  4. ^ "رای کامل کمیته استیاف درباره پرونده بزرگ تبانی لیگ دسته اول". ffiri.ir. Retrieved 2 January 2018.
  5. ^ "همه پاسی ها در فصل 92-93 /صابر میرقربانی آخرین بازیکنی که با پاس قرارداد بست". Archived from the original on 2013-09-23. Retrieved 2013-09-21.
  6. ^ Somnath Sengupta (1 August 2011). "The Glorious History of IFA Shield". Retrieved 10 July 2018.

External linksEdit

OfficialEdit