2011 Kazakhstan First Division

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Kazakhstan First Division
Season 2011
Champions Sunkar
Matches played 252
Goals scored 306 (1.21 per match)
Top goalscorer Kanat Akhmetov (24 goals total)
2010
2012

Kazakhstan First Division 2011 is the 16th edition of Kazakhstan First Division, the second level football competition in Kazakhstan. 18 teams to play against each other on home-away system. Two top teams gain promotion to the Premier League next season.

Teams[edit]

Stadia and locations[edit]

Pos Team Location Venue Capacity Head Coach Team Captain
8 Ak Bulak Talgar UTC CSKA 3,000 Kazakhstan Marat Yesmuratov Kazakhstan Ibragim Baimurziyev
9 Aktobe-Zhas Aktobe ODYUSH #2 3,200 Kazakhstan Samat Dzhumalishev Kazakhstan Yuri Kuvakin
11 Tarlan Shymkent Kazakhstan Kanat Musatayev Kazakhstan
7 Astana-64 Astana K.Munaitpasov Stadium 12,343 Kazakhstan Yuri Konkov Kazakhstan
6 Bolat Temirtau Metallurg 15,000 Kazakhstan Aleksandr Moskalenko Kazakhstan
12 Caspiy Aktau Zhas Kanat 5,000 Kazakhstan Mels Kushanov Kazakhstan Nurbek Toksanov
10 Tsesna Almaty Tsesna 300 Kazakhstan Samvel Kostandyan Kazakhstan
17 CSKA Almaty Almaty CSKA 2,000 Kazakhstan Oleg Trofimov Kazakhstan Ivan Karkachov
5 Ekibastuz Ekibastuz Shakhter 6,300 Kazakhstan Vitali Sparyshev Kazakhstan Aidyn Bralin
16[1] Gefest Karaganda Sunkar Stadium (Saran) Kazakhstan Ilya Melanic Kazakhstan Dastan Darabayev
3 Ile-Saulet Otegen Batyr Football Land (Almaty) 2,000 Kazakhstan Berik Argimbayev Kazakhstan Yerkin Nurzhanov
2 Okzhetpes Kokshetau Okzhetpes Stadium 4,158 Kazakhstan Vladimir Cheburin Kazakhstan
w/o[1] Kazakhmys Satpayev Kazakhmys 2,300 Kazakhstan Andrei Kucheryavykh Kazakhstan
15 Kyzylzhar Petropavl Karasai Kazakhstan Yuri Chukhleba Kazakhstan Andrei Selivyorstov
13 Lashyn Taraz Zhastar 3,000 Kazakhstan Talgar Dzhunusbayev Kazakhstan Yerzhan Dzhatkanbayev
14 Spartak Semey Semey Spartak 11,000 Kazakhstan Marat Syzdykov Kazakhstan Igor Goryachev
1 Sunkar Kaskelen Tauelsizdik 10 zhyldygy 2,500 Kazakhstan Askar Kozhabergenov Kazakhstan Zhiger Kukeyev
4 Akzhayik Oral Petr Atoyan Stadium 8,320 Russia Andrey Chernyshov Kazakhstan

League Table 2011[edit]

Pos
Club
Pld
W
D
L
F
A
±
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1
Sunkar (C)
32
23
5
4
62
19
+43
77
Promoted to Premier League
2
Okzhetpes
32
21
6
5
59
25
+34
69
Promoted to Premier League
3
Ile-Saulet
32
18
5
9
42
23
+19
59
4
Akzhayik
32
16
8
8
54
30
+24
53
Promoted to Premier League
5
Ekibastuz
32
15
7
10
47
34
+13
52
6
Bolat
32
15
5
12
39
32
+7
50
7
Astana-64
32
14
8
10
48
38
+10
39
8
Ak Bulak
32
12
11
9
38
31
+7
47
9
Aktobe-Zhas
32
13
7
12
56
53
+3
46
10
Tsesna
30
13
4
15
47
50
-3
43
11
Tarlan
32
11
10
11
38
34
+4
43
12
Caspiy
32
10
7
15
33
42
-9
37
13
Lashyn
32
8
10
14
31
39
-8
34
14
Spartak Semey
32
8
8
16
36
53
-17
32
15
Kyzylzhar
32
7
10
15
34
56
-22
22
16
Gefest
32
6
3
23
21
64
-43
21
17
CSKA Almaty
32
3
2
27
19
81
-62
11
w/o[1]
Kazakhmys
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

(C)= Champions, (R)= Relegated, Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; ± = Goal difference; Pts = Points
Source:[2]

Last updated 23 October 2011.

  • Akzhaiyk and Kyzylzhar lose 3 points each by a decision of FFK regulating bodies
  • FC Kazakhmys withdrew from the First Division on 25 May.[1]
  • FC Gefest withdrew from the First Division on 20 September, in the remaining games count toward her defeat with a score of 0-3.[1]

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