1993 in Russian football

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1993 was the second season Russia held its own national football competition since the breakup of the Soviet Union.

Club competitions[edit]

FC Spartak Moscow won the league for the second time in a row.

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Cup competitions[edit]

The first ever edition of the Russian Cup, Russian Cup 1992–93 was won by FC Torpedo Moscow, who beat PFC CSKA Moscow in the finals in a shootout 5-3 after finishing extra time at 1-1.

Early stages of the Russian Cup 1993–94 were played later in the year.

European club competitions[edit]

UEFA Champions League 1992–93[edit]

PFC CSKA Moscow continued their group campaign and finished it without much success, only gaining 2 points in 6 games, coming in last in the group and suffering a 0-6 defeat against Marseille.[1] They could not play their home games in Moscow due to the lack of a stadium meeting the Champions League standards at the time.

PFC CSKA Moscow: Plotnikov, Mamchur, Kolotovkin (captain), Bystrov, Malyukov, Antonovich, Minko (Karsakov, 55), Ivanov (Dudnyk, 46), Sergeyev, Bushmanov, Faizulin.
PFC CSKA Moscow: Guteyev, Mamchur, Kolotovkin (captain), Bystrov, Malyukov, Antonovich, Minko, Mashkarin (Karsakov, 40), Sergeyev, Bushmanov (Grishin, 46), Faizulin.
PFC CSKA Moscow: Plotnikov, Guschin, Kolotovkin (captain), Mashkarin, Malyukov, Bushmanov, Minko, Karsakov (Mamchur, 70), Ivanov (Antonovich, 32), Faizulin, Sergeyev.
PFC CSKA Moscow: Plotnikov, Guschin, Mamchur, Mashkarin, Malyukov (captain), Bushmanov, Minko, Karsakov, Antonovich, Sergeyev, Faizulin (Dudnyk, 60).

European Cup Winners' Cup 1992–93[edit]

FC Spartak Moscow reached the semifinals, tying the best European result in club's history.[2]

FC Spartak Moscow: Cherchesov (captain), Khlestov, Ivanov, Popov (Gashkin, 89), Beschastnykh, Chernyshov, Onopko, Karpin (Pisarev, 72), Piatnitski, Lediakhov, Radchenko.
FC Spartak Moscow: Cherchesov, Khlestov (Mamedov, 62), Ivanov, Popov, Bondar, Lediakhov, Onopko (captain), Karpin, Piatnitski, Cherenkov, Radchenko.
FC Spartak Moscow: Cherchesov, Khlestov, Ivanov, Popov, Beschastnykh, Chernyshov, Mamedov, Karpin (captain), Piatnitski, Lediakhov, Radchenko (Pisarev, 57).
FC Spartak Moscow: Cherchesov, Khlestov, Ivanov, Popov (Gashkin, 42), Pisarev, Chernyshov, Onopko (captain), Karpin, Piatnitski, Lediakhov, Radchenko (Baksheyev, 44).

UEFA Champions League 1993–94[edit]

FC Spartak Moscow qualified for the group stage and continued to play in the group into the 1994.[3]

FC Spartak Moscow: Staučė (Pomazun, 33), Khlestov, Mamedov, Tsymbalar, Rodionov, Nikiforov, Onopko (captain), Karpin, Pohodin, Lediakhov, Beschastnykh.
FC Spartak Moscow: Pomazun, Khlestov, Mamedov, Tsymbalar, Pisarev (Tikhonov, 70), Ananko, Onopko (captain), Karpin, Piatnitski, Rodionov, Beschastnykh (Lediakhov, 60).
FC Spartak Moscow: Pomazun, Khlestov, Mamedov, Tsymbalar, Pisarev, Nikiforov, Onopko (captain), Karpin, Ananko, Cherenkov (Lediakhov, 51), Beschastnykh (Tikhonov, 75).
FC Spartak Moscow: Pomazun, Khlestov, Mamedov, Tsymbalar, Pisarev, Nikiforov, Onopko (captain), Karpin, Ananko (Cherenkov, 40), Lediakhov, Beschastnykh.
FC Spartak Moscow: Pomazun, Khlestov, Ivanov, Tsymbalar, Pisarev, Nikiforov, Onopko (captain), Karpin, Mamedov, Lediakhov (Piatnitski, 46), Beschastnykh (Rodionov, 74).
FC Spartak Moscow: Pomazun, Khlestov (Ivanov, 33), Mamedov, Tsymbalar, Pisarev, Nikiforov, Onopko (captain), Karpin, Piatnitski, Lediakhov, Beschastnykh (Ananko, 58).

UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1993–94[edit]

FC Torpedo Moscow went out in the first round.[4]

FC Torpedo Moscow: Podshivalov (captain), Kalaychev, Cheltsov, Afanasyev, Borisov, Chumachenko (Prokopenko, 79), Grishin, Filimonov (Ulyanov, 14), Talalayev, Chugainov, Pazemov.
FC Torpedo Moscow: Podshivalov (captain), Kalaychev (Savichev, 46), Cheltsov, Afanasyev, Ulyanov (Solovyov, 82), Shustikov, Grishin, Vostrosablin, Talalayev, Chugainov, Borisov.

1993–94 UEFA Cup[edit]

All three participating Russian teams drew very tough opponents in the first round and all were eliminated.[5] FC Spartak Vladikavkaz and FC Lokomotiv Moscow played in Europe for the first time in their history.

FC Dynamo Moscow: Smetanin, Selezov, Kovtun, Smertin, Kalitvintsev, Chernyshov, Tedeyev, Cheryshev, Tetradze, Dobrovolski (captain), Rybakov (Nekrasov, 46).
FC Spartak Vladikavkaz: Khapov, Pagayev, Denisov, Yanovskiy, Dzhioyev (captain), Alchagirov, Kostin (Saprykin, 90), Markhel (Isayev, 65), Dzoblayev, Suleymanov, Gazdanov.
FC Lokomotiv Moscow: Ovchinnikov, Arifullin, Rakhimov, Podpaly (captain), Sabitov, Drozdov, Kosolapov, Alenichev, Samatov, Smirnov (Gorkov, 65), Petrov (Garin, 54).
FC Dynamo Moscow: Kleimyonov, Selezov, Krutov (Nekrasov, 71), Smertin, Kalitvintsev, Chernyshov, Tedeyev, Cheryshev (Savchenko, 86), Tetradze, Dobrovolski (captain), Simutenkov.
FC Spartak Vladikavkaz: Khapov, Pagayev, Denisov, Yanovskiy, Dzhioyev (captain), Alchagirov, Kostin (Igor B. Kachmazov, 52), Markhel, Dzoblayev, Suleymanov, Gazdanov.
FC Lokomotiv Moscow: Ovchinnikov, Arifullin, Rakhimov, Podpaly (captain), Sabitov, Fuzailov (Gorkov, 59), Kosolapov, Alenichev, Samatov, Smirnov, Nikulkin.

National team[edit]

Russia national football team qualified for 1994 FIFA World Cup after coming second in the qualifying group behind the winners Greece. Pavel Sadyrin was the manager in 1993.[6]

Russia: Cherchesov (captain), Khlestov, Chernyshov, Ivanov, Onopko, Lediakhov (Afanasyev, 58), Popov (Tedeyev, 33), Karpin, Beschastnykh, Sergeyev (Matveyev, 70), Radchenko.
Russia: Ovchinnikov, Khlestov, Sklyarov, Ivanov, Afanasyev, Onopko (captain), Karpin (Sergeyev, 46), Lediakhov, Tedeyev, Beschastnykh (Matveyev, 78), Radchenko.
Russia: Cherchesov (captain), Khlestov, Chernyshov, Ivanov, Onopko, Lediakhov, Karpin, Popov (Tedeyev, 46), Beschastnykh (Matveyev, 46), Sergeyev, Radchenko.
Russia: Cherchesov, Kuznetsov, Gorlukovich, Mokh, Ivanov, Kulkov, Onopko (captain), Karpin, Korneev, Radchenko (Popov, 46), Kiriakov.
Russia: Cherchesov, Gorlukovich, Ivanov, Onopko, Kanchelskis, Shalimov (captain), Dobrovolski, Korneev (Kulkov, 66), Kolyvanov, Yuran, Kiriakov (Popov, 77).
Russia: Kharine, Onopko, Ivanov, Gorlukovich, Kanchelskis, Shalimov (captain), Dobrovolski, Korneev (Kulkov, 56), Kolyvanov, Yuran, Kiriakov (Mostovoi, 74).
Russia: Kharine, Gorlukovich, Onopko, Ivanov, Kanchelskis, Shalimov (captain), Dobrovolski, Kulkov (Tatarchuk, 65), Kolyvanov, Yuran, Kiriakov.
Russia: Kharine, Gorlukovich, Onopko (captain), Ivanov, Kanchelskis, Tatarchuk (Korneev, 68), Dobrovolski, Kulkov, Kolyvanov, Yuran (Lediakhov, 75), Kiriakov.
Russia: Cherchesov, Khlestov (Popov, 46), Onopko (captain), Ivanov, Kanchelskis, Gorlukovich, Lediakhov, Karpin (Tetradze, 70), Piatnitski, Yuran, Radchenko (Faizulin, 65).
Russia: Kharine, Gorlukovich, Onopko, Ivanov, Kanchelskis, Shalimov (captain), Piatnitski (Dobrovolski, 70), Nikiforov, Kolyvanov, Yuran (Borodyuk, 55), Kiriakov.
Russia: Ovchinnikov (Podshivalov, 63), Galiamin, Onopko (captain), Kulkov, Khlestov, Karpin (Kosolapov, 63), Piatnitski, Tetradze, Mostovoi, Yuran, Beschastnykh (Tedeyev, 63).
Russia: Cherchesov, Khlestov, Onopko, Nikiforov, Kulkov, Shalimov (captain), Dobrovolski, Popov (Mostovoi, 82), Kolyvanov, Yuran (Salenko, 46), Kiriakov.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Champions League 1992-93 details by KLISF". Archived from the original on 2009-07-31. Retrieved 2009-07-29. 
  2. ^ Cup Winners Cup 1992-93 details by KLISF
  3. ^ Champions League 1993-94 details by KLISF
  4. ^ Cup Winners' Cup 1993-94 details by KLISF
  5. ^ UEFA Cup 1993–94 details by KLISF
  6. ^ Кашинцев Александр |. "National team games in 1993". Archived from the original on 2009-07-31. Retrieved 2009-07-29.