Before the establishment of the Iranian Football Federation, Amjad-o-Nezam (Amjadolsaltaneh) made a deal to sell his garden at a reduced price with the condition that the stadium would bear his name, Amjadieh.
Throughout its existence, Amjadieh served as a venue for numerous significant football, political, and social events in Iran. However, during the 80s, due to escalating violence and large crowds attending Esteghlal-Persopolis matches, these games were relocated to the Azadi Stadium on the city outskirts. Since October 2009, Amjadieh has been under the control of the Athletics Federation of the Islamic Republic of Iran and has not hosted any significant football events.
What remains today are faded glimpses of distant years and cherished memories for those who experienced Amjadieh’s golden era.