Dmitry Fedoseyev

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Dmitry Fedoseev
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Personal information
Full name Dmitry Borisovich Fedoseev
Date of birth (1965-10-03) October 3, 1965 (age 52)
Playing position Defender
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1993–1999 MFC Norilsk nickel
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 1 January 2009

Dmitry Borisovich Fedoseev (Russian: Дмитрий Борисович Федосеев; born October 3, 1965, Perm, RSFSR, USSR) is a retired Russian football player (1993–1999), coach (1993—1998), and sports functionary (1993–1999) From 2004–2009 he was the chairman of the committee for physical culture, sports and tourism in the administration of Norilsk. From 2004–2009 he was the chief technologist of the Luzhniki Olympic Complex.

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Fedoseev was born on October 3, 1965 in Perm. From 1982–1987 he studied in the department of Cryolithology and Glaciology in the geographical faculty of Moscow State University. From 1987–1989 he served in the Soviet Army. In 1989, he moved to Norilsk. He worked in the scientific-research and design institute of bases and underground structures named after N. M. Gersevanov (NIIOSP). He was engaged in scientific-research works on construction and exploitation of buildings and structures in the conditions of permafrost soils. He also worked for some time in the institute of Norilskproekt and the MMC Norilsk Nickel.[1]

Since childhood he had always played football at the amateur level, continuing to play while studying at the university, in the army, and in his free time in Norilsk. In 1993, at the age of 28 he began his professional football career. He was established[2] in the Norilsk football club, Norilsk (in 1998 it was renamed as the mini-football club MFC Norilsk nickel). In this same club he moved from being a player (1993–1999), to being the head coach (1993–1998), to being the general director (1993–1999). In 2000, after a year of work as executive and technical director left the club, he became the founder of the club. Fodesoeev initiated and created the Norilsk branch of the Russian association of mini-football (NO RAMF), in which he was chairman. He organized a regional system of competitions (national, regional, district and city competitions) and worked with the fan club MFC Norilsk nickel.[3]

From 2000–2002 he was the chairman of the committee for physical culture, sports and tourism in the administration of Norilsk.[4] He was also the Founder of the Polar federation of alpine skiing and snowboarding.

In 2002, he moved to Moscow. From 2004–2009 — chief technologist of the Luzhniki Olympic Complex. He was the main executor of works on preparation of the Luzhniki Stadium to the Uefa Champions League final on 21 May 2008 (a portable natural field).[5][6][7] At his own expense he built a mini-soccer field in the kindergarten in the Kuzminki, where he began to train children of preschool age. In 2010, he initiated and created a federation of football on the version of K2 (two touches).[8] He is married with two children[9] and is fluent in English.[10]

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