FC Slavia-Mozyr

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Slavia-Mozyr
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Full name Football Club Slavia-Mozyr
Founded 1987
Ground Yunost Stadium, Mozyr, Belarus
Ground Capacity 5,300
Chairman Sergey Turchin
Manager Yuri Puntus
League Belarusian First League
2013 Premier League, 12th (relegated)

FC Slavia-Mozyr (Belarusian: ФК Славія Мазыр, FK Slaviya Mazyr) is a Belarusian football team, based in Mozyr, Belarus.

History[edit]

The team was founded in 1987 as Polesie Mozyr. Between 1987 and 1991 they played in Belarusian SSR league. From 1992 till 1995 they played in the Belarusian First League. They changed their name to MPKC Mozyr since 1994-95 season. MPKC stands for the Mozyr Industrial-Commercial Center. They won the First League the same year and made their debut in the Belarusian Premier League in fall 1995 season.

Their first few seasons were quite successful. They finished 2nd in 1995 and won the championship in 1996, becoming the first team other than Dinamo Minsk to win it. After changing their name to Slavia Mozyr in 1998, they again finished 2nd in 1999 and won the title in 2000. After that the results deteriorated and in 2005 they finished last and were relegated.

After the relegation they had to merge with ZLiN Gomel in order for both teams to survive in any form due to financial problems. The new team went through a number of name changes before arriving with the current name, FC Slavia-Mozyr.

Name changes[edit]

  • 1987: Founded as FC Polesye Mozyr
  • 1994: Renamed to FC MPKC Mozyr
  • 1998: Renamed to FC Slavia Mozyr
  • 2006: Merged with ZLiN Gomel and renamed to FC Mozyr-ZLiN
  • 2007: Renamed to FC Mozyr
  • 2008: Renamed to FC Slavia-Mozyr

Honours[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of April 2014

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Belarus GK Uladzimir Haew
3 Belarus MF Vasiliy Kanapatskiy
4 Belarus DF Dmitry Akhramenko
5 Belarus DF Pavel Grechishko
7 Belarus MF Maksim Pavlovets
8 Belarus DF Ruslan Khadarkevich
9 Belarus MF Yevgeniy Shikavka
11 Belarus MF Alyaksandr Kobets
12 Belarus FW Denis Laptev
13 Latvia FW Igors Sļesarčuks
14 Belarus MF Oleg Radchenko
18 Belarus MF Syarhey Shchehrykovich
19 Belarus MF Dmitry Kharitonchik
No. Position Player
20 Belarus MF Alyaksandr Raewski
21 Belarus DF Dmitry Khomitsevich
22 Belarus MF Dmitry Herman
23 Belarus MF Alyaksandr Katlyaraw
28 Belarus GK Yevgeniy Ivanenko
Belarus GK Gennadiy Aleinikov
Belarus DF Aram Abd Al-Majid
Belarus DF Artem Shut
Belarus MF Oleg Strakhanovich
Belarus MF Artem Galyak
Belarus MF Yuriy Dadamyan
Belarus MF Yuriy Yarkov
Belarus FW Vladislav Kovsharov

League and Cup history[edit]

Season Level Pos Pld W D L Goals Points Domestic Cup Notes
1992 2nd 7 15 5 6 4 18–22 16 Round of 64
1992–93 2nd 2 30 22 5 3 54–14 49 Round of 64
1993–94 2nd 2 28 19 5 4 48–18 43 Round of 32
1994–95 2nd 1 30 24 3 3 106–17 51 Quarterfinals Promoted
1995 1st 2 15 11 3 1 44–9 36 Winners
1996 1st 1 30 24 4 2 64–17 76
1997 1st 6 30 12 7 11 39–30 43 Round of 16
1998 1st 6 28 12 9 7 41–36 45 Quarterfinals
1999 1st 2 30 20 5 5 74–25 65 Runners-up
2000 1st 1 30 23 5 2 78–25 74 Winners
2001 1st 7 26 13 5 8 49–27 44 Runners-up
2002 1st 11 26 6 6 14 38–61 24 Quarterfinals
2003 1st 14 30 6 7 17 29–64 25 Round of 16
2004 1st 12 30 9 4 17 32–51 31 Round of 32
2005 1st 14 26 2 5 19 14–60 11 Round of 16 Relegated
2006 2nd 4 26 11 10 5 44–24 43 Round of 16
2007 2nd 13 26 4 6 16 26–44 18 Round of 32
2008 2nd 13 26 6 5 15 33–62 23 Round of 32
2009 2nd 13 271 5 8 14 23–41 23 Round of 32
2010 2nd 9 30 10 7 13 33–44 37 Round of 16
2011 2nd 1 30 22 5 3 53–15 71 Round of 32 Promoted
2012 1st 10 30 7 6 17 22–58 27 Round of 32
2013 1st Round of 16
  • 1 Including additional game (2–1 win) for the 13th place, which was necessary as Slavia-Mozyr gained the same amount of points as Spartak Shklov while only one team should be relegated.

Slavia in European Cups[edit]

Season Competition Round Club 1st Leg 2nd Leg
1996–97 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup QR Iceland KR Reykjavík 2–2 (H) 0–1 (A)
1997–98 UEFA Champions League 1Q Moldova Constructorul Chişinău 1–1 (A) 3–2 (H)
2Q Greece Olympiacos 0–5 (A) 2–2 (H)
1997–98 UEFA Cup 1R Georgia (country) Dinamo Tbilisi 1–1 (H) 0–1 (A)
2000–01 UEFA Cup 1Q Israel Maccabi Haifa 1–1 (H) 0–0 (A)
2001–02 UEFA Champions League 1Q Faroe Islands VB Vágur 0–0 (A) 5–0 (H)
2Q Slovakia Inter Bratislava 0–1 (H) 0–1 (A)

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