Jõhvi FC Lokomotiv

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Jõhvi Lokomotiv
Logo of Johvi FC Lokomotiv.png
Founded June 2, 1999[1]
Ground Jõhvi Linnastaadion
Ground Capacity 60[2]
Chairman Jevgeni Gužovski
Manager Alexey Tikhomirov
League Meistriliiga
2013 Esiliiga 2nd, (promoted)
Website Club home page

Jõhvi Football Club Lokomotiv is an Estonian football club based in Jõhvi. The club was founded on 2 June 1999. Their home stadium is Jõhvi Linnastaadion.

The club was renamed from Jõhvi JK Orbiit to Lokomotiv after the 2011 season.[3]

League history[edit]

Meistriliiga Esiliiga II Liiga III liiga IV Liiga

Season League Position Games W D L GF GA GD Points Top goalscorer
1999 5 1 20 13 3 4 44 22 22 42 Estonia Ruslan Berov (11)
2000 4 2 16 9 3 4 39 25 14 30 Estonia Jevgeni Gužovski (8)
2001 4 8 18 4 5 9 32 44 –8 17
2002 4 2 18 10 6 2 59 24 25 36 Estonia Sergei Kuzmitšov (23)
2003 4 5 18 8 4 6 46 36 10 28
2004 4 4 18 10 1 7 62 30 32 31 Estonia Aleksandr Kulatšenko (13)
2005 4 1 22 15 6 0 69 22 47 51 Estonia Aleksandr Marašov (14)
2006 3 6 28 11 5 12 47 44 3 38
2007 3 5 26 12 6 8 45 26 19 42
2008 3 4 26 14 6 6 68 28 40 48 Estonia Aleksandr Marašov (21)
2009 3 1 26 18 5 3 84 36 48 59 Russia Aleksandr Avdeev (23)
2010 2 10 36 6 4 26 35 82 –47 22 Estonia Aleksandr Marašov (8)
2011 3 5 26 11 8 7 48 37 9 41
2012 3 1 26 20 6 0 79 16 63 66 Estonia Vassili Kulik (18)
2013 2 2 36 20 9 7 80 39 41 69 Estonia Andrei Jõgi (13)

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 28 February 2014.[4]

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 Dmitri Smirnov
4 Estonia DF Valeri Kurlotskin
5 Republic of the Congo MF Maxime Mboungou
6 Russia MF Anton Vasilyev
7 Russia MF Vitali Kutuzov
8 Estonia MF Sergei Paltsev
9 Estonia MF Kevin Kaivoja
11 Estonia DF Deniss Kulikov
14 Russia MF Maksim Bazjukin
16 Estonia FW Andrei Jõgi
17 Estonia FW Svjatoslav Jakovlev
No. Position Player
20 Russia DF Yegor Potapov
21 Estonia MF Sergei Bazjukin
22 Estonia DF Aleksandr Zahharenkov
23 Latvia FW Rihards Ivanovs
24 Georgia (country) FW Lasha Naveriani
25 Estonia DF Boriss Gritsjuk
25 Latvia DF Bogdans Ņesterenko
26 Estonia MF Nikita Volkov
28 Estonia GK Valeri Smelkov (captain)
48 Estonia GK Aleksei Matrossov
Estonia DF Jegor Rudomin

Reserves[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ida-Virumaa spordiliit — Jõhvi jalgpalliklubi Orbiit
  2. ^ "Jõhvi linna jalgpalliväljak" (in Estonian). Eesti Spordiregister. 7 May 2013. Retrieved 11 December 2013. 
  3. ^ "Конференция, посвященная развитию футбола" (in Russian). Jõhvi FC Lokomotiiv. 23 August 2011. Retrieved 3 March 2012. 
  4. ^ Eesti Jalgpalli Liit — JõHVI JK LOKOMOTIV (2014)

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