FC Kuressaare

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FC Kuressaare
Kuressaare.png
Full name Football Club Kuressaare
Nickname(s) Kure[1]
Founded 1997[1]
Ground Kuressaare Linnastaadion, Kuressaare
Ground Capacity 2,000 [2]
Chairman Priit Penu[1]
Manager Pelle Pohlak[1]
League Esiliiga
2013 Meistriliiga 10th,
(relegated)
Website Club home page

Football Club Kuressaare is an Estonian football club based in Kuressaare, Saaremaa. Founded in 1997, they currently play in the Esiliiga after being relegated in 2013 Meistriliiga. Due to their numerous promotions and relegations, they are considered a yo-yo club. Their home ground is the Kuressaare Linnastaadion.

League history[edit]

Season League Position Played W D L GF GA GD Pts Top goalscorer(s)
1997–98 4W 1 6 5 1 0 18 3 15 16
1998 2 6 14 4 5 5 20 19 1 17
1999 2 1 28 21 4 3 92 25 67 67
2000 1 7 28 5 4 19 25 68 43 19
2001 1 8 28 2 1 25 18 114 –96 7
2002 2 2 28 17 2 9 82 50 32 53 Estonia Tiit Tikenberg (17)
2003 1 8 28 1 2 25 11 121 –110 5
2004 2 5 28 11 2 15 56 35 21 35 Estonia Martti Pukk (13)
2005 1 9 36 7 6 23 40 96 –56 27
2006 2 2 36 22 5 9 64 44 20 71 Estonia Rainer Veskimäe (12)
2007 1 9 36 5 3 28 25 94 –69 18 Estonia Dmitri Kulikov
Estonia Rainer Veskimäe (5)
2008 2 2 36 21 8 7 67 35 32 71 Estonia Martti Pukk (14)
2009 1 8 36 7 3 26 21 99 –78 24 Russia Dmitri Skiperski (8)
2010 1 9 36 7 3 26 32 93 –61 24 Russia Dmitri Skiperski (9)
2011 1 9 36 7 5 24 28 68 –40 26 Estonia Martti Pukk (8)
2012 1 8 36 5 11 20 31 80 –49 26 Estonia Andre Ilves (6)
2013 1 10 36 2 5 29 22 87 –65 11 Estonia Andre Ilves
Estonia Karl Mööl
Estonia Elari Valmas (4)
2014 2

W – Western Zone

Personnel[edit]

Position Name
Manager Estonia Pelle Pohlak
Assistant manager Estonia Jan Važinski
Youth coach Estonia Maikko Mölder
Physiotherapist Estonia Martin Seeman

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 28 February 2014.[3] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
3 Estonia DF Jaanis Kriska
4 Estonia DF Märt Kluge
5 Estonia FW Raido Reinsalu
8 Estonia MF Karl Johan Kastein
9 Estonia FW Martti Pukk
10 Estonia MF Sander Seeman
11 Estonia FW Tõnis Koppel
12 Estonia GK Riido Reiman
14 Estonia DF Reivo Vinter
No. Position Player
15 Estonia DF Urmas Rajaver
19 Estonia FW Reio Alt
20 Estonia MF Margus Rajaver
21 Estonia MF Kristo Salumaa
23 Estonia MF Amor Luup
25 Estonia MF Sander Viira (captain)
26 Estonia MF Sander Laht
33 Estonia DF Märten Pajunurm

Reserve squad[edit]

See Sörve[4]

Notable former players[edit]

Players whose name is listed in bold represented their countries while playing for Kuressaare.

See also: Category:FC Kuressaare players

Records[edit]

Player records[edit]

As of 18 April 2014.[5] Players in bold played for the team in 2014 Esiliiga season.

Managers[edit]

Name Years
Estonia Jan Važinski 1998–2009
Estonia Sergei Zamogilnõi January 2010 – 7 January 2014
Estonia Pelle Pohlak 8 January 2014 –

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Klubi". FC Kuressaare. 
  2. ^ "Staadion". FC Kuressaare. 
  3. ^ "FC Kuressaare". fckuressaare.ee. Retrieved 28 February 2014. 
  4. ^ "Sörve JK". FC Kuressaare. 
  5. ^ "FC Kuressaare mängijad läbi aegade" (in Estonian). FC Kuressaare. Retrieved 18 April 2014. 

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