JK Narva Trans
|Full name||Jalgpalliklubi Narva Trans|
|Ground||Kreenholm Stadium, Narva|
JK Narva Trans is an Estonian football club based in Narva. The club was founded in 1979. They play in the Meistriliiga, the highest level Estonian football league. Kreenholm Stadium is their home stadium.
The club won the Estonian Cup once in 2001 and the Estonian SuperCup twice in 2007 and 2008. While it has never been relegated since the Meistriliiga's formation in 1992, they have never won the league title.
Narva Trans in Estonian Football
- Meistriliiga runner-up: 2006
- Meistriliiga bronze medallist: 1995, 2005, 2008, 2010 and 2011
- Cup holder: 2001
- Cup Finalist: 1994, 2007, 2011 , 2012
- SuperCup holder: 2007, 2008
UEFA club competition results
|UEFA Cup / Europa League||14||1||0||13||6||49|
GP = games played, W = won, D = drawn, L = lost, GF = goals for, GA = goals against
- 1Q = First Qualifying Round
- 1R = First Round
|1996||Intertoto Cup||1R||FC Groningen||1–4|
|1999||Intertoto Cup||1R||FC Jokerit||0–3||1–4|
|2000||Intertoto Cup||1R||FC Ceahlăul||2–5||2–4|
|2001–02||UEFA Cup||1Q||IF Elfsborg||3–01||0–5|
|2003||Intertoto Cup||1R||OFK Belgrade||1–6||3–5|
|2004||Intertoto Cup||1R||FK Vėtra||0–3||0–1|
|2005||Intertoto Cup||1R||KSC Lokeren OV||0–2||1–0|
|2006||Intertoto Cup||1R||Kalmar FF||1–6||0–2|
|2007–08||UEFA Cup||1Q||Helsingborgs IF||0–6||0–3|
|2008||Intertoto Cup||1R||FK Ekranas||0–1||0–3|
|2009–10||Europa League||1Q||Rudar Velenje||0–3||1–3|
|2011–12||Europa League||1Q||FK Rabotnički||1–4||0–3|
|2012–13||Europa League||1Q||Inter Baku||0–5||0–2|
|2013–14||Europa League||1Q||Gefle IF||0–3||1–5|
- Note 1: Trans were awarded a 3–0 win as Elfsborg fielded an ineglible player, Christian Lundström. The score at the moment was 1–3.
- As of 27 October 2013.
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
See also: Category:JK Narva Trans players
|Valeri Bondarenko||July 1997–June 98|
|Valeri Bondarenko||Jan 2000–Dec 00|
|Sergei Zamogilnõi||Jan 2003–Dec 03|
|Valeri Bondarenko||July 2004–April 8|
|Sergei Ratnikov||Jan 2009–Nov 09|
|Valeri Bondarenko||Dec 2009–Oct 10|
|Yuri Svirkov||Feb 2011–June 11|
|Aleksei Yagudin||June 2011–Feb 12|
|Sergei Prikhodko||Jan 2012–June 12|
|Aleksei Yagudin||July 2012–April 13|
|Valeri Bondarenko||April 2013–|
- "Esindusmeeskond". www.fctrans.ee. Retrieved 27 October 2013.
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