|Full name||Gevorg V. Kasparov|
|Date of birth||25 July 1980|
|Place of birth||Yerevan, Armenian SSR|
|Height||1.82 m (5 ft 11 1⁄2 in)|
|Current club||Mika Yerevan|
|2009–2010||Sanati Kaveh Tehran||0||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 23 August 2013.
† Appearances (Goals).
Kasparov is a graduate of the Artashat football school. As a youth, he played with the team Dvin Artashat. At the age of 17 years, he became the main goalkeeper of the club. Because of the club's poor defensive line, the number of goals scored against Kasparov were 51 goals in 18 matches. The following season, the situation had changed. In 10 matches, Kasparov caught the ball outside of the gate 19 times. He played for the youth club from 1997–1999.
In 2000, Kasparov signed a contract with the club Zvartnots-AAL, which reached the final of the Armenian Cup twice and became runner-ups in the 2001 Armenian Premier League. Perhaps Kasparov would have continued his career in this club, but at the end of the season, the club withdrew from the Armenian Premier League because of financial problems.
Kasparov was forced to find a new job. A proposal came from neighboring Iran, from Tehran's F.C. Ararat Tehran. He played there for the 2003 season, then went back home.
In 2004, he moved to the Mika Yerevan. Kasparov's debut match for the club was held in Ashtarak on April 17, where the opponent was the Armenian Premier League champion last year, Pyunik Yerevan. In that match, Mika was defeated by a score of 1:3. Together with the team, they were runner-ups in the 2004 Armenian Premier League.
The following year, Kasparov became a player for Pyunik Yerevan. After the first round, Apoula Edel left the team, and Kasparov became the main goalkeeper of the team. With Kasparov as part of Pyunik, the club won the Armenian Premier League in 2005 and 2006 and the Armenian Supercup in 2005 and runner-ups in 2006, as well as Kasparov was voted the best Armenian Premier League goalkeeper in 2005.
PAS Tehran and Rah Ahan
Kasparov returned to Armenia in 2008 when he received an offer from Ulisses Yerevan. In Ulisses, Kasparov played for two full seasons. In the 2009 Armenian Premier League championship, the club came in third place. At the end of the second season, he went to the Tehran club Sanati Kaveh Tehran. A contract was signed with the club for five months, until the end of the championship in the Azadegan League First League.
Return to Mika Yerevan
In 2010, during the summer transfer window, there was information about the interest of Kasparov by Mika Yerevan again. Further negotiations were set to acquire the player. In the end, a contract was signed, and Kasparov, after 6 years, returned to Mika. In the 2010 season, he was the fourth goalkeeper in the club during the 2010 Armenian Premier League. Before Kasparov joined, former goalkeeper, Klevinskas Grishikashvili, left the club. In the first round against Kilikia F.C., Kasparov took part. As a result, the team won over their rival up 4-1. In the Armenian Cup, with the help of the actions by Kasparov, Mika reached the finals, where they were defeated by Shirak Gyumri - 4:1. On December 1, Kasparov's contract with Mika expired and before it could be renewed, Kasparov began negotiations himself with a number of Iranian clubs playing in the First League. The possibility that the player will extend the current agreement with the club Mika was not excluded. What eventually happened was Kasparov signed a one-year agreement with Mika. The performance of Mika in the first half of the season was impressive. The team was in the lead with a value card stock before their closest rivals. Posed game coach Zsolt Hornyák instilled confidence in the team's actions. Kasparov considerable the impeccable playing defensive line part in the success of the club. However, in the summer, Kasparov left the club by going to loan in Ulisses.
In early July, Kasparov and teammate Aghvan Mkrtchyan moved to Ulisses. The transition has been associated with an increase of the club before the matches of the 2012–13 UEFA Champions League qualifier against Sheriff Tiraspol. Having not played a single match for Ulisses in the Champions League, Kasparov and Mkrtchyan returned to Mika.
Gevorg is a member of the Armenia national team since 2004. He has participated in 23 international matches since his debut in an away 2006 World Cup qualification match against Andorra on 12 October 2005, in which Armenia won 3-0. Kasparov had been instrumental in Armenia's UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying campaign. He is usually second to starting goalkeeper Roman Berezovsky.
Gevorg is married and has children.
Kasparov is a Russified version of the Armenian surname Gasparyan.
- Armenian Premier League (2): 2005, 2006
- Armenian Supercup (1): 2005
- Armenian Supercup Runner-up (1): 2006
- Best Goalkeeper of Armenia: 2005
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