Iran Volleyball Super League kicks off
TEHRAN – The 2020-21 Iran Volleyball Super League kicked off on Wednesday.
A total of 15 teams across the country participate in the new edition of the competition.
The matches will be held in two rounds of preliminary and playoffs. In the preliminary round the competition will be played in a two-legged system.
The top eight teams will qualify for the playoffs round.
The Iranian Super League (ISL) is a professional volleyball league in Iran at the top of the Iranian Volleyball League system. It was founded in 1975 as the Pasargard Cup, but after the Iranian Revolution it was renamed to the First Division. In 1997, the league system was revamped and the Iranian Super League was established.
Paykan Tehran, which have captured the Asian Men’s Club Championship for 7 times including 6 in a row (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011), have won 12, the most titles in the new Super League.
Week 1 Results:
*Shahrdari Varamin 3–1 Shahrdari Qazvin
*Shahrdari Urmia 3–0 Azar Battery Urmia
*Sepahan 3–1 Khatam Ardakan
*Shahrdari Gonbad 1 –3 Shahdab Yazd
*Foolad Sirjan 3–0 Rahyab Melal Kordestan
*Labaniyat Haraz Amol 3–0 Paykan Tehran
*Saipa 3-0 Hoorsun Ramsar