JK Narva Trans

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Narva Trans
JK Narva Trans.png
Full name Jalgpalliklubi Narva Trans
Founded 1979
Ground Kreenholm Stadium, Narva
Ground Capacity 2,200
Chairman Nikolai Burdakov
Manager Aleksei Yagudin
League Premium Liiga
2014 Meistriliiga, 8th

Jalgpalliklubi 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[edit]

Old Narva Trans logo

Meistriliiga

Achievements[edit]

UEFA club competition results[edit]

Competition GP W D L GF GA
UEFA Cup / Europa League 14 1 0 13 6 49
Intertoto Cup 18 1 1 16 13 56
Total 32 2 1 29 19 105

GP = games played, W = won, D = drawn, L = lost, GF = goals for, GA = goals against

  • 1Q = First Qualifying Round
  • 1R = First Round
Season Cup Round Opponent Score
1996 Intertoto Cup 1R Netherlands FC Groningen 1–4
Hungary Vasas SC 1–4
Belgium Lierse SK 0–3
Turkey Gaziantepspor 0–0
1999 Intertoto Cup 1R Finland FC Jokerit 0–3 1–4
2000 Intertoto Cup 1R Romania FC Ceahlăul 2–5 2–4
2001–02 UEFA Cup 1Q Sweden IF Elfsborg 3–01 0–5
2003 Intertoto Cup 1R Serbia OFK Belgrade 1–6 3–5
2004 Intertoto Cup 1R Lithuania FK Vėtra 0–3 0–1
2005 Intertoto Cup 1R Belgium KSC Lokeren OV 0–2 1–0
2006 Intertoto Cup 1R Sweden Kalmar FF 1–6 0–2
2007–08 UEFA Cup 1Q Sweden Helsingborgs IF 0–6 0–3
2008 Intertoto Cup 1R Lithuania FK Ekranas 0–1 0–3
2009–10 Europa League 1Q Slovenia Rudar Velenje 0–3 1–3
2010–11 Europa League 1Q Finland MYPA 0–2 0–5
2011–12 Europa League 1Q Republic of Macedonia FK Rabotnički 1–4 0–3
2012–13 Europa League 1Q Azerbaijan Inter Baku 0–5 0–2
2013–14 Europa League 1Q Sweden Gefle IF 0–3 1–5
Notes
  • 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.

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 15 May, 2015.[1]

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

No. Position Player
1 Ukraine GK Roman Smishko
3 Estonia DF Roman Nesterovski (captain)
4 Russia DF Pavel Avdeev
7 Estonia FW German-Guri Lvov
8 Estonia MF Marek Kaljumäe
9 Ukraine FW Volodymyr Kilikevych
10 Estonia FW Artjom Škinjov
11 Estonia MF Svjatoslav Jakovlev
12 Latvia FW Vitālijs Ziļs
No. Position Player
13 Estonia MF Vladislav Fjodorov
14 Russia MF Roman Protasov
17 Russia MF Vitali Andreev
19 Ivory Coast MF Bi Séhi Irié Elysée
21 Estonia DF Aleksei Jahhimovitš
22 Estonia DF Tanel Tamberg
23 Russia FW Dmitri Barkov
33 Estonia GK Aleksei Matrossov

Former players[edit]

See also: Category:JK Narva Trans players

Managers[edit]

Name Years
Estonia Valeri Bondarenko 1 July 1997 – 30 June 1998
Estonia Juri Salamov 1 Jan 1999 – 31 Dec 1999
Estonia Valeri Bondarenko 1 Jan 2000 – 31 Dec 2000
Russia Anatoli Belov 1 Jan 2001 – 5 June 2002
Russia Aleksei Yagudin 5 June 2002 – 31 July 2002
Russia Gennadi Molodov 1 Aug 2002 – 31 Dec 2002
Estonia Sergei Zamogilnõi 1 Jan 2003 – 31 Dec 2003
Estonia Tõnu Eapost 1 Jan 2004 – 19 June 2004
Russia Aleksei Yagudin 20 June 2004–Sept 2, 2004
Estonia Valeri Bondarenko Sept 3, 2004–13 April 2008
Estonia Sergei Ratnikov 1 Jan 2009 – 30 Nov 2009
Estonia Valeri Bondarenko 1 Dec 2009 – 29 Oct 2010
Belarus Yury Svirkov 3 Feb 2011 – 18 June 2011
Russia Aleksei Yagudin 20 June 2011 – 9 Feb 2012
Russia Sergei Prikhodko 10 Jan 2012 – 30 June 2012
Russia Aleksei Yagudin 1 July 2012 – 7 April 2013
Estonia Valeri Bondarenko 8 April 2013–

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Narva JK Trans - Eesti Jalgpalli Liit". jalgpall.ee. Retrieved 28 February 2014. 

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