FC Yakutiya Yakutsk

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FC Yakutia Yakutsk
Full name Football Club Yakutia Yakutsk
Founded 1991
Ground Tuymaada Stadium
Ground Capacity 12,800
Chairman Dmitri Glushko
Manager Sergei Shishkin
League Russian Professional Football League,
Zone East
2013–14 6th

FC Yakutia Yakutsk (Russian: ФК «Якутия» Якутск) is a Russian football team from Yakutsk. It played professionally from 1991 to 1995, including two seasons (1992–1993) on the second highest level, Russian First Division. It was called[citation needed] Dynamo Yakutsk (1991–1996), Montazhnik Yakutsk (1997–2003), FC Yakutsk (2004–2007), Fakel-ShVSM (2008–2009) and ShVSM (2010)[citation needed]. In 2011 it was renamed FC Yakutia and the team entered Russian Second Division once again.

Current squad[edit]

As of 27 February 2015, according to the official PFL website.

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

No. Position Player
Russia GK Aleksei Balagan
Russia GK Kirill Muzyka
Russia DF Sergei Fedotov
Russia DF Anton Lazarev
Russia DF Igor Mendelev
Russia DF Dmitri Sergeyev
Russia DF Yevgeni Smirnov
Russia DF Anatoli Tarasenko
Russia DF Aleksei Zavrazhnov
Russia MF Roman Amirkhanov
Russia MF Aleksandr Bulanovskiy
Russia MF Roman Bykov
No. Position Player
Russia MF Pavel Galyukshev
Russia MF Aleksei Kiselyov
Russia MF Denis Lazarev
Russia MF Nikolai Mironov
Russia MF Mikhail Nikiforov
Russia MF Andrei Omelchak
Russia MF Vasili Starostin
Russia MF Stanislav Yudin
Russia FW Aleksandr Krupoder
Russia FW Ilya Shishkov
Russia FW Valeri Skorodumov
Russia FW Aleksei Tokarev

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