1936 Soviet Cup Final

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1936 Soviet Cup Final
Event 1936 Soviet Cup
Date 28 August 1936
Venue Dynamo Stadium, Moscow
Referee Nikolay Usov (Leningrad)
Attendance 22,000

The 1936 Soviet Cup Final was a football match that took place at the Dynamo Stadium, Moscow on August 28, 1936. The match was the first Soviet Cup final and it was contested by Lokomotiv Moscow and Dinamo Tbilisi. At one point the competition was decided to be the Soviet championship by the Olympic system of elimination, but later it was decided to keep the already existing championship and create a new one called the Cup of the Supreme Council of Fitness and Sport.

Road to Final[edit]

The clubs of the Top League Group A as well as Group B had to start from the second round of the competition.

Lokomotiv Moscow

Round 1 Dynamo Kungur 0–7 Lokomotiv Moscow
Round 2 Dynamo Kharkiv 0–1 Lokomotiv Moscow
Round 3 Lokomotiv Moscow 3–0 Spartak Leningrad
Quarter-final Lokomotiv Moscow 2–1 Silmash
Semi-final Lokomotiv Moscow 5–0 Krasnaya Zaria

Dinamo Tbilisi

Round 1 Dinamo Batumi 0–2 Dinamo Tbilisi
Round 2 Dinamo Tbilisi 3–2 aet Stroitel Baku
Round 3 Traktorny Zavod 1–3 Dinamo Tbilisi
Quarter-final Spartak Moscow 3–3 Dinamo Tbilisi
Replay Spartak Moscow 3–6 aet Dinamo Tbilisi
Semi-final Dinamo Tbilisi 5–1 Krasnoye Znamya

Match details[edit]

17:00 LST
Lokomotiv Moscow 2 – 0 Dinamo Tbilisi
Sokolov Goal 18'
Lavrov Goal 24'
Dynamo Stadium, Moscow
Attendance: 22,000
Referee: Nikolay Usov (Leningrad)
Lokomotiv Moscow
FC Dinamo Tbilisi
Lokomotiv Moscow:
GK Nikolai Razumovsky
DF Ilya Gvozdkov
DF Dmitriy Maksimov (c)
MF Vitaliy Strelkov
MF Mikhail Zhukov
MF Nikolai Ilyin
FW Nikolai Mikheyev
FW Aleksei Sokolov
FW Viktor Lavrov Substituted off
FW Aleksandr Semyenov
FW Pyotr Terenkov
FW Nikolai Mikheev Substituted in
GK Valentin Granatkin
Soviet Union Alexei Stoliarov
Dinamo Tbilisi:
GK Aleksandr Dorokhov
DF Shota Shavgulidze (c) Substituted off
DF Eduard Nikolaishvili
MF Nikolai Anikin
MF Vladimir Berdzenishvili
MF Vladimir Dzhorbenadze
FW Ilya Panin
FW Mikhail Berdzenishvili
FW Boris Paichadze
FW Mikhail Aslamazov
FW Nikolai Somov
? Substituted in
France Jules Limbeck[1]

Soviet Cup 1936 Winners
Lokomotiv Moscow
First title

See also[edit]


  1. ^ French coach in Tbilisi (in Russian)

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