JK Sillamäe Kalev

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Sillamäe Kalev
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Full name Jalgpalliklubi Sillamäe Kalev
Founded 1951
Ground Sillamäe Kalevi Staadion, Sillamäe
Ground Capacity 2,000[1]
Chairman Aleksandr Starodubtsev
Managers Sergei Frantsev
League Meistriliiga
2013 3rd
Website Club home page

Jalgpalliklubi Sillamäe Kalev is an Estonian football club based in Sillamäe and founded in 1951. The club currently play in the Meistriliiga, the highest level of Estonian football. Sillamäe Kalev's home is the 2,000-person capacity Sillamäe Kalevi Staadion.[1]

In 2007 the club won its way back to the Estonian top-flight – Meistriliiga.

Honours[edit]

UEFA club competition results[edit]

European record[edit]

Competition P W D L GF GA
UEFA Europa League 4 1 0 3 5 14

Last updated: 11 July 2014

Matches[edit]

Season Competition Round Opponent 1st Leg 2nd Leg Aggregate
2010–11 UEFA Europa League 2Q Belarus Dinamo Minsk 1–5 0–5 1–10
2014–15 UEFA Europa League 1Q Finland Honka 2–1 2–3(a.e.t.) 4–4(a)
2Q Russia Krasnodar

Sillamäe Kalev in Estonian Football[edit]

Meistriliiga Esiliiga II Liiga III Liiga II Liiga Esiliiga II Liiga Esiliiga II Liiga Meistriliiga

1992–2006[edit]

2007–[edit]

Season League Position Games W D L GF GA GD Points Top goalscorers
2007 2 3 36 20 9 7 67 40 27 69 Estonia Vitali Bolšakov (14)
2008 1 5 36 13 6 17 49 79 −30 45 Ukraine Irfan Ametov (13)
2009 1 2 36 24 4 8 85 40 45 76 Russia Aleksei Naumov (13)
2010 1 5 36 18 5 13 79 52 27 59 Russia Nikita Kolyaev
Russia Aleksandr Nikulin
Lithuania Nerijus Vasiliauskas (9)
2011 1 5 36 17 3 16 77 59 18 54 Russia Aleksei Alekseev
Russia Aleksandr Nikulin (14)
2012 1 5 36 15 10 11 51 43 8 55 Russia Vladislav Ivanov (10)
2013 1 3 36 23 6 7 75 22 53 75 France Kassim Aidara (17)

E = Eastern Zone; E/N = Eastern/Northern Zone; N = Northern Zone; P = Promotion Group; R = Relegation Group

* 4 points deducted.

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 22 July 2014.[2]

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

No. Position Player
1 Estonia GK Mihhail Starodubtsev
2 Japan DF Hiroki Maehara
3 Russia DF Igor Dudarev
4 Estonia DF Andrei Sidorenkov
5 Russia DF Igor Cheminava
6 Estonia MF Denis Vnukov
7 Estonia DF Aleksandr Volodin
8 Spain MF Micha
9 Ukraine MF Kyrylo Silich
10 Estonia MF Daniil Ratnikov
11 Russia MF Nikolai Mashichev (vice-captain)
13 Estonia MF Aleksandr Dubõkin
No. Position Player
14 Estonia FW Kirill Novikov
15 Estonia FW Aleksandr Volkov
16 Estonia GK Mihhail Lavrentjev
17 Ukraine FW Yaroslav Kvasov
18 Estonia MF Deniss Tjapkin
26 Lithuania DF Mindaugas Bagužis
27 Estonia DF Pavel Aleksejev
33 Russia FW Stanislav Murikhin
94 Brazil DF João Paulo
99 Russia FW Yevgeni Kabaev
Estonia FW Vjatšeslav Zahovaiko (captain)

Out on loan[edit]

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

No. Position Player
Russia GK Artem Levizi (to Tallinna Kalev)
No. Position Player
Ukraine MF Oleksiy Lazebnyi (to Lokomotiv)

Reserve squad[edit]

As of 20 June 2014.[3]

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

No. Position Player
12 Estonia DF Igor Moissejev
13 Estonia FW Daniil Mironov
14 Estonia MF Elar Meldre
18 Estonia MF Artur Smirnov
19 Estonia MF Roman Ovtšinnikov
21 Estonia MF Jevgeni Beljajev
No. Position Player
22 Russia DF Anton Panov
23 Estonia FW Dmitri Kolipov
25 Estonia MF Mihhail Kulik
28 Russia DF Aleksei Cherkasov
77 Ukraine DF Oleksiy Mukhin
94 Estonia DF Ivan Lihhatšov

See also: Category:JK Sillamäe Kalev players

Managers[edit]

Name Years
Ukraine Vadym Dobizha 2006–2009
Russia Anatoli Ushanov 2009
Russia Vladimir Kazachyonok 2010–2011
Estonia Valeri Bondarenko 2011–2012
Lithuania Algimantas Briaunys 2012–2013
Estonia Sergei Ratnikov 2013–2014
Ukraine Vadym Dobizha
Lithuania Algimantas Briaunys
2014
Russia Sergei Frantsev 2014–

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Stadiums in Estonia". worldstadiums.com. Retrieved 3 October 2008. 
  2. ^ "JK Sillamäe Kalev - Eesti Jalgpalli Liit". jalgpall.ee. Retrieved 20 June 2014. 
  3. ^ "JK SILLAMäE KALEV II (2014) - Eesti Jalgpalli Liit". jalgpall.ee. Retrieved 20 June 2014. 

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