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Dünamo Tallinn
Dinamotallinn.png
Full name Tallinna JK Dünamo
Founded 1940
Ground Sõle Gümnaasiumi staadion, Tallinn
Ground Capacity 500
Chairman
Manager Viktor Neštšeretnõi
League Esiliiga B
2013 Esiliiga B, 8th, relegated after play-offs[1]

Tallinna Dünamo is an Estonian football club from Tallinn. The club was formed in 1940 and won ten Estonian SSR championships. In 2004 the club won a surprising return to Estonian top flight – Meistriliiga, when Tervis Pärnu turned out to be ineligible for promotion, but then the club suffered two successive relegations, first to the Esiliiga and then to Estonian II Liiga.

Current squad[edit]

As of 24 August 2013.[2]

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

No. Position Player
23 Russia DF Mihhail Andrejev
22 Russia MF Alexander Basharin
8 Estonia DF Anatoli Božko
18 Estonia MF Igor Gerassimov
1 Estonia GK Joosep Grents
13 Russia MF Evgueni Gribovski
1 Estonia GK Aleksei Grigorenko
12 Estonia FW Emil Guseinov
8 Estonia MF Aleksandr Gussev
11 Estonia MF Artur Kašitski
7 Estonia FW Paul Kirsipuu
25 Estonia MF Valeri Korobtsov
21 Estonia MF Artjom Kudaškin
18 Russia MF Eduard Kuzmin
No. Position Player
5 Estonia DF Jevgeni Larin
19 Estonia DF Sergei Lefanov
17 Estonia MF Mihhail Letjaga
1 Estonia GK Mihhail Lissenkov
7 Estonia MF Ilja Monakov
3 Estonia DF Dmitry Podlisovskiy
16 Estonia MF Anton Polotnjanõi
6 Estonia MF Maksim Ramazanov
15 Estonia MF Denis Skatškov
14 Estonia MF Dmitri Židkov
10 Estonia MF Maksim Židkov
24 Estonia MF Ilja Tšistjakov
20 Estonia MF Andres Tui
20 Estonia MF Dmitri Vassilenko

Reserves[edit]

Achievements[edit]

1945, 1947, 1949, 1950, 1953, 1954, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1983.

  • Estonian SSR Cup: (7)

1946, 1947, 1949, 1953, 1972*, 1979, 1983.

*"As Dünamo Kopli"

Dünamo Tallinn in Estonian Football[edit]

Year League Position Goals +/- Points
1992
I
5
-5
5
1992/93
I
9
-26
13
1993/94
I
9
-29
12
1994/95
II
4
+27
15
1995/96
II
5
-6
8
1996/97
II
1
+9
29
1997/98
II
5
+2
16
1998
III*
3
+7
21
1999
III*
1
+29
41
2000
II
5
-10
35
2001
III**
5
-19
17
2002
IV*
1
+48
47
2003
III**
1
+56
67
2004
II
4
-18
38
2005
I
10
-129
12
2006
II
9
-41
29
2007
III**
11
-10
27
2008
III**
9
7
33
2009
III**
2
21
55
2010
III**
6
-3
32
2011
III**
8
-15
36
2012
III**
6
+12
41
2013
III
8
-44
31
2014
IV

* Northern Zone
** North/East Zone

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