FC Aşgabat

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Aşgabat FT
Fc ashgabat logo.png
Full nameAşgabat Futbol Topary
Nickname(s)Şäherliler
Founded2006; 13 years ago (2006)
GroundNisa Stadium,
Ashgabat, Turkmenistan
Capacity1,500
ChairmanTölekow Rahmanguly Annagulyyewiç
ManagerAmangylyç Koçumow
LeagueÝokary Liga
20187th

Aşgabat Football Club is a Turkmenistani football club based in Ashgabat. They play in the top division in Turkmenistan football, Turkmenistan Higher League. Their home stadium is Olympic Stadium.[1] The club was first founded in 2006, they finished 3rd in their debut year under famous manager Ali Gurbani, who left the club following the home loss to Turan Dasoguz. After the national team coach Rahym Gurbanmämmedow took charge, the club clinched their first title in 2007, and will be representing Turkmenistan in the annual CIS Cup and the AFC club tournaments.

History[edit]

The first season in the Ýokary Liga FC Ashgabat started season under the leadership of coach Ali Gurbani. However, in mid-season, after the defeat of the outsider FC Turan, he was dismissed.[2]

In place of Ali Gurbani came Rahym Kurbanmämmedow, with whom the club won the bronze medal in 2006. The following year Kurbanmämmedow led the team in the same season to the championship title. The club first won the right to represent Turkmenistan in the 2008 Commonwealth of Independent States Cup, and the third largest Asian club tournament AFC President's Cup.

In July 2008 FC Ashgabat took the Supercup of Turkmenistan, beating by penalties Şagadam FK. At the end of the 2008 season the club won the championship again, and again by led of Kurbanmämmedow.

In 2012 the team took last place in the 2013 Ýokary Liga but continued to perform in the Ýokary Liga for the guidance of Amangylyç Koçumow.[3]

Domestic[edit]

Season League Turkmenistan Cup Top goalscorer Manager
Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Name League
2006 1st 3 28 14 6 8 40 24 48 Turkmenistan Ali Gurbani
Turkmenistan Rahym Kurbanmämmedow
2007 1st 1 28 19 4 5 44 14 61 Turkmenistan Rahym Kurbanmämmedow
2008 1st 1 20 16 4 0 48 4 52 Turkmenistan Berdi Şamyradow
Turkmenistan Mämmedaly Garadanow
11 Turkmenistan Rahym Kurbanmämmedow
Turkmenistan Amangylyç Koçumow
2009 1st 4 16 9 2 5 24 24 29 Quarter-final Turkmenistan Berdi Şamyradow 18 Turkmenistan Amangylyç Koçumow
2010 1st 6 18 7 5 6 29 19 26 First round Turkmenistan Berdi Şamyradow 11 Turkmenistan Amangylyç Koçumow
2011 1st 3 36 23 4 9 79 41 72 Runner-up Turkmenistan Amangylyç Koçumow
2012 1st 9 32 5 4 23 28 80 19 First round Turkmenistan Amangylyç Koçumow
2013 1st 4 36 20 4 12 76 52 64 Turkmenistan Elman Tagayev 22 Turkmenistan Amangylyç Koçumow
2014 1st 7 36 13 7 16 57 47 46 Turkmenistan Amangylyç Koçumow
2015 1st 3 36 18 5 13 57 42 59 Quarter-final Turkmenistan Berdi Şamyradow Turkmenistan Amangylyç Koçumow
Turkmenistan Tofik Şukurow
2016 1st 6 36 14 10 12 43 38 52 Runner-up

Continental[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
2008 CIS Cup Group stage Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg 2–1 4th
Moldova Sheriff Tiraspol 0–4
Estonia Levadia Tallinn 0–1
2008 AFC President's Cup Group stage Myanmar Kan Baw Za 0–1 1st
Bhutan Transport United 7–1
Sri Lanka Ratnam SC 2–0
Semi-final Tajikistan Regar-TadAZ 3–4
2009 CIS Cup Group stage Russia Russia U21 0–0 4th
Belarus MTZ-RIPO Minsk 0–4
Lithuania Ekranas 1–3
2009 AFC President's Cup Group stage Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Army 5–1 1st
Bangladesh Abahani Limited 0–0
Semi-final Kyrgyzstan Dordoi-Dynamo Naryn 1–2

Honours[edit]

Turkmenistan League (2)
2007, 2008
Turkmenistan Super Cup (1)
2007

References[edit]

  1. ^ V@DIM. "Золотой век". turkmenistan.gov.tm. Retrieved 18 August 2017.
  2. ^ "Ежедневная спортивная газета СПОРТ-ЭКСПРЕСС (интернет-версия)". www.sport-express.ru. Retrieved 18 August 2017.
  3. ^ V@DIM. "Золотой век". turkmenistan.gov.tm. Retrieved 18 August 2017.