In November 2014 The Guardian reported that "An Iranian-British woman jailed for trying to attend a men’s volleyball game in Iran has been released on bail, her family has said.
Ghoncheh Ghavami, 25,(pictured) was found guilty last month of “propagating against the ruling system” and received the custodial sentence.
She was detained in June at a Tehran stadium after trying to attend a men’s volleyball match between Iran and Italy.
Her brother, Iman Ghavami, 28, told the Press Association: “She has been bailed until her court appeal, when she hopes to be vindicated.
“She was bailed for £20,000 and now wants to spend time with her family.”
The following is a photo from Melbourne where Iran played Bahrain in the Asian Cup
Iranian fans celebrate Ehsan Haji Safi's goal on Sunday. Photo: Reuters
All the ladies in this photo are beyond the religious police of Iran. Not only have they attended a soccer match - prohibited in Iran - they do not wear a burqua or hijab and their faces and arms are bare. One in the upper far right of the picture is even in a tank top.