With Tom in 2013
|Full name||Anatoli Viktorovich Davydov|
|Date of birth||November 13, 1953|
|Place of birth||Tula, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union|
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|1971-1975||FC Metallurg Tula|
|1975-1988||FC Zenit Leningrad||370||(10)|
|1989||FC Lada Togliatti||32||(2)|
|1989||FC Krylia Sovetov Kuybyshev||3||(0)|
|1991||FC Lokomotiv Leningrad|
|1997||FC Zenit St. Petersburg||15||(0)|
|1997-1998||FC Zenit St. Petersburg (assistant)|
|1998||FC Zenit St. Petersburg (caretaker)|
|1999-2000||FC Zenit St. Petersburg|
|2000||FC Zenit-2 St. Petersburg (assistant)|
|2001||FC Zenit St. Petersburg (reserves)|
|2002-2004||FC Metallurg Lipetsk|
|2004-2005||FC Metallurg Lipetsk|
|2005-2006||FC Sibir Novosibirsk|
|2007||FC Tekstilshchik-Telekom Ivanovo|
|2008-2009||FC Zenit St. Petersburg (reserves)|
|2009||FC Zenit St. Petersburg|
|2010-2013||FC Zenit St. Petersburg (reserves)|
|2013||FC Tom Tomsk|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
He made his professional debut in the Soviet Second League in 1971 for FC Metallurg Tula. He played 2 games in the UEFA Cup 1987–88 for FC Zenit Leningrad, the former name of Zenit Saint Petersburg. Davydov was one of the most respected and influential players during Zenit's golden era in the 1980s, and continued to play top-level competitive football until the record age of 43, then becoming a Zenit's coach. He also holds the club record for the most first team appearances - 454 official games, 53 games in Soviet Cup.
His son Dmitri Davydov is a professional footballer.
- As a player
- Soviet Top League champion: 1984.
- Soviet Top League bronze: 1980.
- USSR Federation Cup finalist: 1986.
- As a coach
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