|Full name||Boris Andreyevich Arkadyev|
|Date of birth||21 September 1899|
|Place of birth||Sankt Petersburg, Russian Empire|
|Date of death||17 October 1986(aged 87)|
|Place of death||Moscow, Soviet Union|
|Height||1.72 m (5 ft 8 in)|
|1914||Unitas Sankt Petersburg|
|1958–1959||CSK MO Moscow|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 12 May 2012
Boris Andreyevich Arkadyev (Russian: Бори́с Андре́евич Арка́дьев; 21 September 1899 – 17 October 1986) was a Russian footballer and a coach. He became the first coach of the Soviet Union national football team. Merited Master of Sports of the USSR (1942), Merited Coach of the USSR (1957).
Among teams of masters that he coached are included Metallurg Moscow (1937–1939), Dinamo Moscow (1940–1944), CDSA Moscow (1944–1952), Lokomotiv Moscow (1953–1957 and 1963–1965), CSK MO Moscow (1958–1959), Neftyanık Baku (1961–1962), Paxtakor Tashkent (1967), Neftyanik Fergana (1968) and FC Shinnik Yaroslavl (1969).
Boris had a twin brother Vitaliy Arkadiev (1899-1987) who was Merited Coach of the USSR in fencing.
|Soviet Union (Olympic)||1959||1959||4||1||2||1||3||2||+1||25.00|
- "Аркадьев Борис Андреевич". CSKA. Retrieved 5 May 2012.
- Boris Andreevich Arkad'ev at KLISF.ru at Archive.is (archived 2013-07-31)
- Profile on rusteam.permian.ru (in Russian)
- Profile on PFC CSKA Moscow (in Russian) at the Wayback Machine (archived 2013-07-23)
- День в истории. 21 сентября - Чемпионат.Ру (in Russian)
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