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Mahram Tehran
Mahram Tehran logo
Leagues Iranian Super League
Founded 2001
Arena Azadi Basketball Hall
(Capacity: 3000)
Location Tehran, Iran
Team colors White and Red
President Amir Mohammad Ganji
Vice-presidents Farrokh Samadian
Head coach Iran Mostafa Hashemi
Championships (1) Asian Cup
(2) West Asian Cup
(3) Iranian Championships
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Away jersey
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Mahram Tehran Basketball Club is an Iranian basketball club based in Tehran, Iran. They compete in the Iranian Basketball Super League. Mahram are the current Champions of Asia.

They are owned and sponsored by Mahram Food Company.


Tournament records


Iranian Super League

WABA Champions Cup

Asian Champions Cup

Dubai International Tournament

  • 2007: Champions
  • 2008: 5th place
  • 2009: 6th place
  • 2010: Champions


Number Player Position Height (m)
4 Iran Mehrad Atashi SG 1.92
5 United States Lebanon Jackson Vroman PF 2.08
6 Iran Kaveh Nour-Afza PG 1.77
7 Iran Mehdi Kamrani (C) PG 1.81
8 Iran Amir Seddighi PG
9 Iran Aidin Kabir SF 1.94
10 Iran Hamed Afagh SG 1.92
11 Iran Alireza Honardoust PF 2.00
12 Iran Mehdi Esmaeili C 2.06
13 Iran Afshin Ariajoo PF 2.00
14 Iran Samad Nikkhah Bahrami SF 1.98
15 Iran Mohammad Reza Daragi C 2.16
17 Iran Mohammad Khaleghifard PF 2.01
18 Iran Pouria Mahmoudi SG 1.88
21 United States Loren Woods C 2.18
Position Name
Head Coach Iran Mostafa Hashemi
Assistant Coach Iran Ali Arezoumandi
Director Iran Hamid Reza Samadzadeh

Depth chart

Pos. Starter Bench Bench Reserve
C Loren Woods Mehdi Esmaeili Mohammad Reza Daragi
PF Jackson Vroman Alireza Honardoust Afshin Ariajoo Mohammad Khaleghifard
SF Samad Nikkhah Bahrami Aidin Kabir
SG Hamed Afagh Mehrad Atashi Pouria Mahmoudi
PG Mehdi Kamrani Kaveh Nour-Afza


  • Iran Hassan Negahdari (2004 – 2005)
  • Iran Mohammad Mehdi Izadpanah (2005 – 2006)
  • Serbia Radenko Orlović (2006 – 2007)
  • Iran Mostafa Hashemi (2007 – present)

Notable former players


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