Background: Football has surpassed the borders of countries and established an integral relationship with national pride. Objectives: The purpose of the current study was to investigate the association between leadership style and the personality type of Tehran club pro members, first, second, and third leagues, and their performance. Methods: This descriptive, analytic, inferential, and cross-sectional study was conducted on three hundred and sixty-two members of Tehran Football Leagues’ staff, captains, supervisors, and medics. The data were collected by five questionnaires with tested validity and reliability. Results: Based on the leadership style, the majority of members had the training and exercising style. Considering the personality type, many of the members were inclined towards type B and types one, two, five, and seven of the Enneagram. A significant relationship was observed between the personality type and performance of the football teams in arenas of maintenance, knowing the team, financial issues, and team performance (P < 0.05). Besides, there was a significant relationship between the leadership style of training and exercising, and the personality types one, two, five, and seven (P = 0.039). Finally, the social support style and personality types one, two, five, and seven showed a significant relationship (P = 0.04). Conclusions: The staff, captains, supervisors, and medics preferred the leadership style of training and exercising as well as the humanitarian aspect. They mostly had personality types B, one, two, five, and seven of the Enneagram. Therefore, it is emphasized to pay attention to personality type A and other types of Enneagram for different professions.