BIIK Kazygurt

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BIIK Kazygurt
BIIK Kazygurt logo.png
Full name BIIK Kazygurt
Founded 2009
League Kazakhstani women's football championship
2014 1st

BIIK Kazygurt (Kazakh: БИІК-Қазығұрт) is a women's football club based in Shymkent, Kazakhstan competing in the Kazakhstani Championship. Formerly established in Almaty as Alma-KTZh,[1] the team won five championships in a row between 2004 and 2008 under this name and represented Kazakhstan in the European Cup, making it into the last 16 in four occasions. It was subsequently surpassed by SShVSM Almaty, but following its refoundation it won the 2010 national cup and the 2011 national championship.[2][3] The team has played some seasons in the UEFA Women's Champions League.

Titles[edit]

UEFA Competition Record[edit]

Season Competition Stage Result Opponent
2004–05 Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 5–1 (A) Bulgaria Super Sport Sofia
4–0 (A) Slovakia MŠK Žiar nad Hronom
2–1 (A) Czech Republic Slavia Prague
First Stage 0–3 (A) Norway SK Trondheims-Ørn
0–2 (A) Denmark Brøndby IF
1–4 (A) Russia Energiya Voronezh
2005–06 Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 5–0 (A) Bulgaria NSA Sofia
3–0 (A) Hungary MTK Hungaria
2–3 (A) Greece AE Aegina
First Stage 5–3 (A) Serbia Mašinac PZP Niš
0–3 (A) Sweden Djurgårdens IF
0–8 (A) Iceland Valur Reykjavik
2006–07 Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 2–5 (A) Russia Rossiyanka Khimki
5–2 (A) Slovakia Slovan Duslo Šaľa
4–2 (A) Romania CFF Clujana
2007–08 Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 5–0 (A) Moldova Narta Chișinău
5–0 (A) Azerbaijan Ruslan-93 Baku
3–1 (A) Hungary Femina Budapest
First Stage 0–4 (A) England Arsenal
1–5 (A) Italy Bardolino Verona
0–3 (A) Austria SV Neulengbach
2008–09 Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 3–1 (A) Croatia ŽNK Osijek
8–0 (A) Northern Ireland Glentoran Belfast United
3–1 (A) Romania CFF Clujana
First Stage 1–2 (A) Italy Bardolino Verona
0–6 (A) Sweden Umeå IK
0–8 (A) Iceland Valur Reykjavik
2009–10 Champions League Round of 32 1–0 (H), 0–2 (A) Czech Republic Sparta Prague
2012–13 Champions League Qualifying Stage 3–0 (A) Estonia Pärnu JK
2–0 (A) Serbia Spartak Subotica
4–0 (A) Bulgaria NSA Sofia
Round of 32 0–4 (H), 0–4 (A) Norway Røa IL
2014–15 Champions League Round of 32 2–2 (H), 0–4 (A) Germany FFC Frankfurt
2015–16 Champions League Round of 32 1–1 (H), 1–4 (A) Spain FC Barcelona
2016–17 Champions League Qualifying Stage 3–1 (A) Republic of Ireland Wexford Youths
3–0 (A) Moldova ARF Criuleni
3–0 (A) Lithuania Gintra Universitetas
Round of 32 3–1 (H), 1–1 (A) Italy AGSM Verona
Round of 16 0–3 (H), X–X (A) France Paris Saint-Germain
2017–18 Champions League Qualifying Stage 2–1 Portugal Sporting CP
1–0 Kosovo WFC Hajvalia
Hungary MTK Hungária

Current squad[edit]

As of 31 October 2016, according to UEFA's website
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Kazakhstan GK Madina Shoikina
5 Kazakhstan DF Yekaterina Babshuk
6 Cameroon MF Annette Jacky Messomo
7 Georgia (country) FW Gulnara Gabelia
8 United States MF Jordan Roseboro
9 Kyrgyzstan MF Alina Litvinenko
10 Kazakhstan FW Adilya Vyldanova
11 Kazakhstan MF Saule Karibayeva
12 Cameroon DF Josephine Ngandi
13 Kazakhstan FW Svetlana Bortnikova
14 Russia DF Kristina Mashkova
No. Position Player
15 Kazakhstan DF Yekaterina Krasyukova
17 Kazakhstan DF Ulbosin Zholchiyeva
18 Kazakhstan DF Yulia Myasnikova
19 Nigeria FW Chinwendu Ihezuo
20 Nigeria FW Charity Adule
21 Kazakhstan MF Ksenia Khairulina
22 Ukraine DF Darya Kravets
23 Kazakhstan MF Madina Zhanatayeva
55 Kazakhstan MF Kamila Kulmagambetova
99 Kazakhstan GK Oksana Zheleznyak

References[edit]

  1. ^ Profile in the Kazakhstani Football Association's website
  2. ^ "2010 Cup results". ffk.kz. 13 November 2010. Retrieved 26 July 2011. 
  3. ^ "2011 final table" (in Russian). prosportkz.kz. 12 October 2011. Retrieved 13 October 2011. 
  4. ^ "BIIK wins first ever supercup edition" (in Russian). prosportkz.kz. 25 March 2013. Retrieved 9 December 2013.