|Full name||David Grigorievich Loriya|
|Date of birth||31 October 1981|
|Place of birth||Tselinograd, Soviet Union, Kazakh SSR|
|Height||1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|1996–1997||Enfield City Falcons||0||(0)|
|2006||→ Astana-64 (Astana) (loan)||24||(0)|
|2007||→ Halmstads BK (loan)||7||(0)|
|2009||→ Astana (Lokomotiv) (loan)||12||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 9 November 2014.
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 2 July 2012
David Grigorievich Loria (Russian: Давид Григорьевич Лория born 31 October 1981) is a Kazakhstani football goalkeeper of Georgian Jewish descent. He plays for Kazakhstan Premier League club Irtysh Pavlodar. He also plays for the Kazakhstan national football team since 2000.
Trials at Eredivisie clubs
Allsvenskan and Halmstads BK
In 2007 Halmstads BK goalkeeper Magnus Bahne got injured and missed the rest of the season, Halmstad then only had one fit goalkeeper, making the club looking for a new goalkeeper for the remainder of the season and the choice became Kazakhstan international David Loria. However, his Scandinavian journey did not last long and returned home shortly after playing only 7 games.
Loria represented Kazakhstan at U21 level when they qualified to U21 World Cup 1999 in Nigeria. Seventeen-year-old David was the youngest player of that team. He received his first cap for Kazakhstan senior team on 26 May 2000 in a friendly against Syria at the age of 18, putting a record as the youngest player. This record was broken by Sergei Larin after five years. Loria represented Kazakhstan in World Cup 2002, World Cup 2006, Euro 2008 and World Cup 2010 qualifiers.
- Likes numbers 1 and 99, since his dad and grandfather played #9, 99 is a combination of both.
- He is nicknamed "Dato" in Kazakhstan
Club career stats
Last update: 2 December 2014
|1996–97||Enfield City Falcons||Australia||SA Premier League||3||0|
|1997||Okzhetpes (Avtomobilist)||Kazakhstan||Premier League||1||1|
|1998||Astana-64 (Zhenis)||Kazakhstan||Premier League||1||3|
|1999||Astana-64 (Zhenis)||Kazakhstan||Premier League||1||7|
|2000||Astana-64 (Zhenis)||Kazakhstan||Premier League||1||12|
|2001||Astana-64 (Zhenis)||Kazakhstan||Premier League||1||22|
|2002||Astana-64 (Zhenis)||Kazakhstan||Premier League||1||26|
|2006||Astana-64 (Astana)||Kazakhstan||Premier League||1||24|
|2009||Spartak Nalchik||Russia||Premier League||1||2|
|2009||Astana (Lokomotiv)||Kazakhstan||Premier League||1||12|
|2010||Irtysh Pavlodar||Kazakhstan||Premier League||1||32|
|2011||Irtysh Pavlodar||Kazakhstan||Premier League||1||9|
|2012||Irtysh Pavlodar||Kazakhstan||Premier League||1||14|
|2012–13||Çaykur Rizespor||Turkey||TFF First League||1||33|
|2013||Kairat Almaty||Kazakhstan||Premier League||1||13|
|2014||Kairat Almaty||Kazakhstan||Premier League||1||3|
|2014–15||Karşıyaka||Turkey||TFF First League||1||8|
|2015–present||Irtysh Pavlodar||Kazakhstan||Premier League||1||4|
- 2000 Kazakhstan FF "Best goalkeeper of the year"
- 2005 Kazakhstan FF "Best goalkeeper of the year"
- 2006 GOAL Journal "Best Player of the year"
- Kazakhstan League Winner: 2000, 2001, 2006
- Kazakhstan Cup Winner: 2000, 2002
- Trial at PSV The club's official site, 16 July 2007, (Dutch)
- Trial at Sparta The club's official site, 4 August 2007,(Dutch)
- "Bahne borta resten av säsongen" (in Swedish). Hallandsposten.se. 2007-08-29. Retrieved 2008-10-11.[dead link]
- "Bahne tillbaka efter EM-uppehållet" (in Swedish). Hallandsposten.se. 2008-02-20. Retrieved 2008-10-11.[dead link]
- "Terminated The Contract With Loria". www.fckairat.kz (in Russian). FC Kairat. 12 June 2014. Retrieved 2 December 2014.