Iran Volleyball Super League to be held with 12 teams
TEHRAN – Director of Competition and Events of Iran volleyball federation Shahram Azimi has announced that a total of 12 teams will take part at the new season of Iran Volleyball Super League.
According to him, the First Division competition will also be held with 19 participants in the men’s division.
The Islamic Republic of Iran Volleyball Federation (IRIVF) has recently postponed the league competitions due to second wave of coronavirus.
The league was originally scheduled for July but Azimi has predicted that the competition will start in September.
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 has won the most titles in the new Super League with 12 titles.