|Full name||Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Sevidov|
|Date of birth||September 5, 1921|
|Place of birth||Moscow, Russia|
|Date of death||April 15, 1992(aged 70)|
|Place of death||Moscow, Russia|
|1939||FC Dynamo Kazan|
|1941||FC Dinamo Minsk||7||(1)|
|1945||FC Krylia Sovetov Moscow||16||(10)|
|1946||FC Torpedo Moscow||6||(2)|
|1958-1960||FC Moldova Kishinyov|
|1962-1969||FC Dinamo Minsk|
|1962-1963||FC Dinamo Minsk (director)|
|1966-1969||FC Dinamo Minsk (director)|
|1971-1973||FC Dynamo Kyiv|
|1975-1979||FC Dynamo Moscow|
|1981-1982||FC Lokomotiv Moscow|
|1984-1985||FC Dynamo Moscow|
|1987||Neftchi Baku PFC|
|1989-1990||FC Rotor Volgograd|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 1 January 2009.
Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Sevidov (Russian: Александр Александрович Севидов; born September 5, 1921 in Moscow; died April 15, 1992 in Moscow of cancer) was a Soviet professional football coach and player. As a player, he made his professional debut in the Soviet First League in 1939 for FC Dynamo Kazan.
Honours as a coach
- Soviet Top League champion: 1971, 1976 (spring).
- Soviet Top League runner-up: 1972, 1973.
- Soviet Top League bronze: 1963, 1975.
- Soviet Cup winner: 1977, 1984.
- Soviet Cup finalist: 1965, 1973.
- UEFA Cup Winners' Cup semifinalist: 1978, 1985.
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