Asian Club League Championship 06/30 06:30 - Mes Kerman v T-Sports W 33-28
Asian Club League Championship 06/29 08:30 - Al Noor v Mes Kerman L 33-31
Asian Club League Championship 06/27 12:30 - Al Kuwait SC v Mes Kerman L 30-17
Asian Club League Championship 06/25 10:30 - Al Wakra v Mes Kerman L 25-22
Asian Club League Championship 06/23 10:30 - Al Najma (Bahrain) v Mes Kerman L 31-25
Asian Club League Championship 06/19 12:00 - Mudhar v Mes Kerman W 29-32
Asian Club League Championship 06/17 12:00 - Mes Kerman v Al Duhail L 29-33
Asian Club League Championship 06/16 08:00 - Mes Kerman v AGMK W 35-24
Asian Club League Championship 06/14 14:00 - Al Wehda v Mes Kerman W 25-32
Asian Club League Championship 06/13 16:00 - Mes Kerman v Al Kuwait SC L 24-25
Asian Club League Championship 06/12 08:00 - Al Qaten v Mes Kerman W 19-37
Iran Premier League 02/22 12:30 - Sepahan v Mes Kerman L 18-15

Wikipedia - Sanat Mes Kerman F.C.

Mes Kerman Football Club (Persian: باشگاه فوتبال صنعت مس کرمان, Bashgah-e Futbal-e Sân't-e Mis Kârman) is an Iranian football team based in Kerman, Iran. They were promoted to Iran's top league, the Iran Pro League, in the 2005–06 season. They won their only domestic double in 2006–2007 season with the help of Mohammad Fakori. They have been relegated at the 2013–14 season. The team is named after and sponsored by Kerman's copper industries (Persian: اصف romanized: mes).

Mes Kerman F.C. is the football club of the multisport Sanat Mes Kerman Cultural and Athletic Club who are better known for their success in the field of cycling.



Mes Kerman Football Club was formed on 2 March 1998 by Kerman's copper industry. The national Iranian copper industry had already formed a football team in Rasfanjan a year prior. They started playing in Iran Football's 2nd Division and were promoted to the Azadegan League in 2000. Bijan Zolfagharnasab was appointed in 2000 as head coach of the club after the team was promoted to the Azadegan League.

Azadegan League (2000–2007)

They was promoted to the Azadegan League in 2000–01 season. In 2005–06 season under management of Nader Dastneshan, the club was promoted to the IPL for the 2006–07 season.

Persian Gulf Cup (2007–2014)

They started the league in 2007 with Farhad Kazemi and but he was replaced by Amir Ghalenoei halfway through the season where they finished second in the second half of the season league. Parviz Mazloomi was appointed in 2008 as the head coach and the club was promoted to the AFC Champions League for the first time in their history by finishing third in the league. Mes surprisingly progressed to the last 16 and but got knocked out by fellow countrymen Zob Ahan. In that same season the club finished ninth in the league.

Return to Azadegan League

In the 2013–14 Iran Pro League season, Mes finished bottom of the league and were relegated to the Azadegan League with one matchday left. In the same season Mes reached the 2014 Hazfi Cup Final losing 1–0 to Tractor Sazi. On 27 April 2015 after a 0–0 draw against Aluminium Hormozgan, Mes Kerman secured a spot in the Persian Gulf Pro League promotion play-off. However, they lost to Esteghlal Khuzestan to miss the qualification. Riots ensued in the stadium afterwards as Mes fans set fires to the seats. In March 2016 Mes Kerman coach Begovic was replaced with Akbar Misaghian.